Medical Science And Education Of Ural | VOL. 22
Анализ особенностей половозрастного состава населения ХМАО-Югры за 2018-2019 гг.
Publication Date Jun 29, 2021
Purpose of the study: assessment of the gender and age structure of the population in terms of its impact on the upcoming dynamics of natural increase and changes in the population. Materials and methods of research. We used statistical materials from the “Health of the population of Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug-Yugra and activities of medical organizations” annual collection and data of statistical reporting of the population from the program “Medstat”, in particular the number of persons residing on the territory of Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug-Yugra, number of female and male population by age category (children, adults of employable age, people over employable age). Such indicators as demographic potential of gender and age structure of population, mortality, fertility, natural population growth, life expectancy, demographic load were used in the analysis. Results. It was revealed that life expectancy for 2018 in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug-Yugra is 1.4 years higher than the national average and amounts to 74.3 years (Russian Federation – 72.9 years, Ural Federal District – 72.01), which indicates high quality and availability of medical care in the Okrug. The dependency ratio (ratio between the employable part of the population and the non-employed population (children, retirees) in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug-Yugra is: 657 citizens of nonworking age per 1,000 citizens of working age, in the Ural Federal District – 803, in the Russian Federation – 804, which indicates a younger composition of the District’s popula...
Ural Federal District Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug-Yugra Russian Federation Age Structure Of Population Activities Of Medical Organizations Low Proportion Of People Natural Population Growth Availability Of Medical Care High Birth Rates Fertility Rate
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