The results of XVII All-Russian competition “My country-my Russia”, which is one of the projects of the presidential platform “Russia – the country of opportunities” were summed up.
Five representatives of the Volgograd region are among the winners, they are: Sophia Timofeeva, Ekaterina Kharlanova, Viktor Noskin, Sergey Muratov and Alexander Zubkov. Their projects, focused on socio-economic development of the regions, were considered to be the best.
Alexander Zubkov -a student of the Volgograd state technical university got information support of his project. He presented a mobile application for interaction between a doctor and a patient with exertional angina. The digital service allows the doctor to control better the dynamics of the patient’s health and as for the patient it will be easier and faster to get individual prescriptions from the doctor. The service saves doctors’ recommendations, the client's physiological parameters, a list of necessary medicines, and strategies for taking them. Data security ensures the division of the software into three sections: for doctor, for patient and for relatives. Alexander Zubkov took the third place in the nomination “My health”. As a reward, Alexander will receive a valuable prize from the partners of competition nomination.
Viktor Noskin –a student of Volgograd state technical university, presented his elaboration of a digital service, which supports patients after a surgery of endoprosthesis replacement. The application will provide monitoring and management of the treatment and rehabilitation process of patients at the stage of ambulatory medical care, including daily recommendations for the patient during 35 days after the operation. Viktor occupied the third place in the competition and got money prize in the amount of 50 thousand rubles from the Russian society “Knowledge”.
The aim of the All-Russian competition “My country –my Russia” is to involve young people in realization of prioritized national projects and solving of acute problems, connected with development of the Russian regions, cities and rural areas. The competition has been being organized for 17 years and it annually attracts thousands of pupils, students, young scientists, innovative teachers and initiative citizens of the country, who present their own initiatives, aimed to improve the quality of life on the territory of Russia. In 2020 the competition is held in 20 theme nominations, including most areas of socio-economic development of the country.