Dermatovenereologic health care delivery management in the Russian Federation. Results of 2018

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The paper presents the analysis of resources and the results of work of dermatovenereologic healthcare organizations in 2018. The dynamics of incidence of sexually transmitted infections, and the dynamics of prevalence of skin disorders in the Russian Federation is described.

About the authors

A. A. Kubanov

State Research Center of Dermatovenereology and Cosmetology, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation

Author for correspondence.

Dr. Sci. (Med.), Prof., RAS Corresponding Member, Acting Director,

Korolenko str., 3, bldg 6, Moscow, 107076

Russian Federation

E. V. Bogdanova

State Research Center of Dermatovenereology and Cosmetology, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation


Cand. Sci. (Med.), Senior Researcher of the Scientific-Organizational Department, 

Korolenko str., 3, bldg 6, Moscow, 107076

Russian Federation


  1. Ресурсы и деятельность медицинских организаций дерматовенерологического профиля. Заболеваемость инфекциями, передаваемыми половым путем, заразными кожными болезнями и болезнями кожи за 2011–2018 гг. Статистические материалы.
  2. Ресурсы и деятельность кожно-венерологических учреждений. Заболеваемость. 2002–2010 гг. Статистические материалы.
  3. Формы федерального статистического наблюдения № 9 «Сведения о заболеваниях инфекциями, передаваемыми половым путем, и заразными кожными болезнями» за 2011–2018 годы.
  4. Формы федерального статистического наблюдения № 34 «Сведения о больных заболеваниями, передаваемыми преимущественно половым путем, и заразными кожными заболеваниями» за 2011–2018 годы.
  5. Паспорт национального проекта «Здравоохранение» (утв. президиумом Совета при Президенте РФ по стратегическому развитию и национальным проектам, протокол от 24.12.2018 № 16).



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