ISSN Print 2500–1094    ISSN Online 2542–1204
Bulletin of RSMU
BIOMEDICAL JOURNAL OF PIROGOV UNIVERSITY (MOSCOW, RUSSIA)

Natalya V. POLUNINA

Advisor to the Rector,
Head of the Department of Public Health, Healthcare and Healthcare Economics, Faculty of Pediatrics,
Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University (Moscow, Russia)

Corr. member of RAS, DSc (medicine), professor

Areas of expertise:

health of different age, sex and social groups, impact of various factors on health, positive and negative impact of lifestyle on health, technologies for workflow management in healthcare, improvement of medical care quality; assessment of medical institutions performance, undergraduate and postgraduate medical training, development of professional and educational standards

Special awards and honors:

International Recognition Award of United Nations European A&P Committee
Diploma and Badge for Excellence in Healthcare of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (2014)
Letter of Appreciation from the Head of the Russian Imperial House, the Grand Duchess Maria Vladimirovna for exemplary serviceto the Motherland, outstanding educational efforts and significant personal contribution to the shaping of patriotic values (2015)
Moscow City Government Letter of Gratitude for active participation in the project “Become a doctor with EMIAS” (2015)
Certificate of Merit from the Presidium of the Higher Attestation Commission of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation for attestation of academic and teaching personnel (2016)

ABOUT SCIENCE:

Significant publications in last 5 years

  1. Polunina NV, Soltamakova LS. [The Factor Affecting University Professors; Health and Ways of Its Improvement]. Sechenovskiy Vestnik. 2016; 24 (1): 58–65. Russian.
  2. Polunina NV, Shmelev IA, Konovalov OE, Dmitriev AV. [The Opinion of Pediatricians About Observance Rights of Patients-Children and Their Legal Representatives]. P. Pavlov Russian Medical Biological Herald. 2015; 4: 57–62. Russian.
  3. Roshal LM, Baranov AA, Polunina NV, Albitskiy VYu. [The eighty-fifth anniversary of pediatric education in Russia]. Rossiiskii Meditsinskii Zhurnal. 2015; 21 (5): 4–8. Russian.
  4. Polunina NV, Razumovsky AYu, Savvina VA, Varfolomeev AR, Nikolaev VN. [The rate of congenital anomalies as a healthy index component in the pediatric population of a region]. Russian Bulletin of perinatology and pediatrics. 2014; 59 (5): 47–52.
  5. Polunina NV, Razumovskiy AYu, Savvina VA, Varfolomeev AR, Nikolaev VN. [The accessibility of high-tech medical care of newborns with surgical pathology in conditions of Far North]. Problems of Social Hygiene, Public Health and History of Medicine. 2014; (4): 39–43.
  6. Polunina NV, Moiseev AB, Mironov AA, Kolbe OB, Badyaeva SA, Labutina NV, et al. Kliniko-ekonomicheskie aspekty lecheniya neyrogennoy disfunktsii mochevogo puzyrya u detey i podrostkov. Pediatria. Journal named after G. N. Speransky. 2014; 93 (2): 134–6. Russian.
  7. Polunina NV, Kryukov AI, Voloshin AA. [The role of medical activity in health amelioration of patients with pyoinflammatory pathology of ENT organs]. Rossiiskii Meditsinskii Zhurnal. 2014; 20 (1): 4–7. Russian.
  8. Kostenko EV, Polunina NV. [The factorial conditionality of health conditions of patients with dorsopathies and its role in implementation of health promotion activities]. Rossiiskii Meditsinskii Zhurnal. 2013; 19 (3): 11–5. Russian.
  9. Polunina NV. [Children's health in Russia: current state and ways for improvement]. Vestnik Roszdravnadzora. 2013; (5): 17–25. Russian.
  10. Polunina NV, Moiseev AB, Mironov AA, Kolbe OB. [Clinical and Economic Effectiveness of the Treatment of Urination Disorders in Children]. Lechebnoe delo. 2013; (2): 62–5. Russian.