"Proletarian state cannot save on the working people health?": Medical assistance in Yenisseyskaya Province (October 1917-1920) - Statements and reality

Тип публикации: статья из журнала

Год издания: 2016

Ключевые слова: healthcare manpower, MEDICAL assistance, public health, Siberia, soviet power, soviet state, welfare, Yenisseyskaya Province, Healthcare manpower, Medical assistance, Public health, Soviet Power, Soviet state, Welfare

Аннотация: The article studies medical assistance - the main direction of social maintenance system stated by Soviet government - as exemplified by Yenisseyskaya Province. Yenisseyskaya Province is valuable through its vast territory of 2.34 million square kilometers, its geographical distance from economic and cultural centres of Russia, its underpopulation, absence of well-developed traffic and social infrastructure, and severe natural and climatic conditions. Soviet Power finally established here in January 1920 and, as compared to other Siberian provinces, did not face any serious opposition in this region. The article is based on the documents from State Archive of Krasnoyarsk Krai and published sources. These data allowed revealing limitation of resources (both material and human) in the sphere of medical assistance and service. There is a confirmed statement in research literature that states the fact that during the period of Revolution and the Civil War (October 1917-1920) they did not manage to perform real social maintenance of the working people to the full extent due to the inconformity of the stated programme of social assistance to the needy with the real opportunities for its realization.

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Журнал: Man in India

Выпуск журнала: Т.96, 10

Номера страниц: 3551-3560

ISSN журнала: 00251569

Издатель: Man In India

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