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Karlyshev V.M., Kazarina A.S., Mironova V.M. New paradigm and methodology in health improving work with a person in modern conditions

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2021.1.p111-119
New paradigm and methodology in health improving work with a person in modern conditions
Vladimir Mikhailovich Karlyshev, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, professor, Aurelia Svyatoslavovna Kazarina, the senior lecturer, post-graduate student, Valentina Mikhailovna Mironova, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Department chair, Ural State University of Physical Culture, Chelyabinsk
The article summarizes various approaches to human health improvement, gives a brief description and reveals the multi-level content of the quantum approach. With the crisis of modern medicine observed in recent years, clearly and repeatedly noted by many of its luminaries, there is a need to understand what is happening and search for new approaches in the methodology of health work. Such ideas have long been formulated, but little implemented in modern practice. There is a need to return to these ideas and understand how they are used to solve the urgent problems of improving society. A brief description of the quantum theory and the corresponding methodological approach in health-improving work with the population are considered. The scientific novelty lies in the fact that for the first time it was the multilevel approach, based on quantum theory, as applied to health-improving activities, was considered. The practical significance of this study lies in the integrative consideration of all levels of health-improving activity, which include psychological, medical and health-improving aspects. This material can be used in the development of new methodological approaches in health related activities.
Keywords: paradigm, methodology, seven-level reality, matter, information, space, time, energy, health work, valeology, physiological, psychosomatic, quantum, theological medicine, approaches and means of health improvement, system of level health technologies and their content.

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