Central Asian Journal of Medicine


A survey was conducted of a survey of 429 professors of the three largest universities of the Republic of Uzbekistan in order to identify the social portrait of modern university professors, his conditions and lifestyle, and their significance for the health of respondents. The social characteristics of the teaching staff are presented (gender composition, age, length of service, social factors, diet, physical activity, organization of leisure, bad habits); self-assessment indicators of respondents' health are described (attitude to their health, the presence of diseases, health-improving work at the university).

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