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National and international responses to women’s health problems tend to be fragmented and limited. The adoption of a separate target for maternal health highlighted the lack of progress in this area and provided both political and financial support to accelerate change. The addition of the target on universal access to reproductive health helped broaden the scope of this target. To study the fact and degree of influence of the level of education on health self-assessment. Materials and methods. Data on health self-assessment were obtained through an anonymous survey of 566 women aged 18 to 49 years who were under observation in women’s clinics. To achieve the research goal, a subgroup with a high level of education (higher and incomplete higher education) and a subgroup with a lower level of education (secondary and incomplete secondary) were identified. The health self-assessment was conducted on a five-point scale, where 5 points - the highest level of health, 1 point - the lowest indicator of health. Results. It is shown that a higher level of education in women of reproductive age determines higher indicators of health self-assessment throughout the reproductive period of a woman’s life, and age dynamics does not depend on the level of education, but women with higher educational status in all age groups had higher self-assessment indicators than women with a lower level of education
Черкасов, С. Н. Влияние уровня образования на самооценку здоровья женщин репродуктивного возраста / С. Н. Черкасов, И. Л. Сопова // Вестник Северо-Восточного федерального университета им. М. К. Аммосова. Серия: Медицинские науки.— 2020. — N 4 (21). — С. 67-71.