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[The mental health of Russians in "post-pandemic": the empirical studies review].

The article presents review of empirical social medical and sociological studies of mental health of Russians in "post-pandemic" (2022 - first half of 2023). The purpose of the study is to generalize results of corresponding studies. The review covers the articles in national scientific journals indexed in the RSCI, the results of monitoring surveys carried out by both all-Russian research organizations handling analysis of public opinion and by Federal research and educational organizations. The criteria of selection of studies included the study field stage was implemented in January 2022 - June 2023; sociological survey technique was applied; the study object was whole population of the Russian Federation or its subject or a separate social group. it was established, on the basis of all-Russian and regional data, that in mentioned period public mental health of residents of Russia is characterized by wave dynamics. The increasing of anxiety level in beginning of March and in the end of September 2022. The level of depressive symptomatic prevalence still exceeded "pre-pandemic" values. The increased level of anxiety is more typical in the youth and women. The vulnerable groups are also residents of territories bordering on zone of special military operation, members of families of combatants and Ukraine refugees. In conditions of law demand of population for psychological psychiatric care the issue of searching alternative tools of psychological safety of Russian citizen is actualized.

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