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Sergey M. Burkov

Pacific National University,
Tihookeanskaya str., 136, 680035, Khabarovsk, Russia,

Igor P. Loginov

The Far Eastern State Medical University,
Muravyov-Amursky str., 35, 680000, Khabarovsk, Russia,

Sergey Z. Savin

Pacific National University,
Tihookeanskaya str., 136, 680035, Khabarovsk, Russia,


Growth of narcological disease, its distribution in regions of the moderate and low risk, preclinical diagnostics and methods of revealing of contingents of risk of a drug addiction staticize the big moral and economic losses connected with treatment and social protection of patients, inevitable direct and indirect losses of productive forces, absence of accessible methods interdisciplinarity researches. Are spent socially-psychological, narcologo-epidemiological, ethnocultural, criminological and medicogenetic researches of features of distribution of chemical dependences in territory of Amur region of Khabarovsk territory. Despite certain successes in business of preventive maintenance, early diagnostics and treatment of narcotisms, the problem of distribution of psychoactive substance remains to one of the major for medicine, criminology, sociology, psychology and economy of Far East federal district. Methods of studying of behavioural reactions of persons inclined to dependent behaviour, medico-genetic methods, psychologosociological methods, methodology ethnocultural and transcultural analysis, methods of information modelling with application of new information technology are used psychometric and sociometric. Results of GIS-researches will allow to improve structure of the psychological and narcological help to the region population, development of effectual measures of social protection, preventive maintenance and a mental health care of the population of Amur region.


geoinformation system (GIS), socially significant disease, epidemiology, psychoactive substances (PS), social psychiatry.


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For citation: Burkov S.M., Loginov I.P., Savin S.Z. GEOINFORMATION SYSTEM FOR ANALYSIS OF ETHNO-CRIMINOLOGICAL SITUATION IN PRIAMURYE Proceedings of the International conference “InterCarto. InterGIS”. 2018;24(1):194–201