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"Health Index. Ukraine". Presentation of KIIS research data
Kyiv, December 21, 2018 - The Ukrainian Health Crisis Media Center hosted a presentation of the results of this year's “Health Index. Ukraine”, initiated by the International Renaissance Foundation, the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology and the School of Public Health of the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. The purpose of the study is to determine the actual level of satisfaction of Ukrainian citizens with medical care, as well as their experience and behavior in health-related issues. The research is conducted for the third year in a row and allows us to trace changes in the experience, perceptions and attitudes of Ukrainians to individual components of medical reform
The study data was presented by the deputy director of KIIS Victoria Zahozha.
Participation and satisfaction with the "Dostupni liky (Affordable Medication)" program
17.7% of respondents answered “yes” to the question "Did you or your family members participate in the “Dostupni liky” program, that allows for pharmacies to provide patients who are suffering from chronic diseases such as asthma, type II diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases with medications for free or for lower price?" Another 79.7% of respondents answered "no", and 2.6% could not answer the question.
Signing a contract and satisfaction with a family doctor
Моніторинг електоральних настроїв українців
Згідно з результатами спільного соціологічного дослідження, проведеного зусиллями трьох соціологічних компаній (КМІС, Центр Разумкова та Соціологічна група Рейтинг), 78% українців вважають, що країна рухається у неправильному напрямку.
Self-assessment of the feeling of happiness (May 2018)
More than half of the Ukrainians consider themselves to be happy. According to the results of a survey conducted by the Kiev International Institute of Sociology, in May 2018, 63% of the Ukrainians felt happy or rather happy, 16% felt partly happy, partly not, and 17% were unlucky or rather unlucky.