StatusThe thesis was presented on the 29 September, 2010
Approved by NCAA on the 23 December, 2010
Abstract– 0.39 Mb / in romanian
The thesis is exposed on 114 pages in electronic format and it contains: introduction, 4 chapters, conclusions and practical recommendations. The thesis is illustrated with 24 tables, 34 diagrams, 7 annexes; the bibliography index quotes 167 sources. The results were published in 12 scientific works.
Domain of research: Social Medicine and Management
The aim of study: Assessing the socio-medical and psychological issues of judge’s morbidity by revealing their professional activity factors that have a negative influences on psychosomatic health and on the judge’s personality and finding the appropriate improving, maintaining and promoting measures.
Objectives of research: studying the judge’s general morbidity, assessing the professional risk factors for judges, studying the psychological typology of judge’s personality, pointing the judge’s personality features with high and low resistance to stress; developing the recommendations, methods, remedies for health maintaining, providing and developing. Novelty and originality of research: For the first time in Republic of Moldova the judge’s morbidity scientific analysis was effectuated. Also a complex survey of judge’s professional activity particularities was made pointing the influence factors in this class.
Theoretical value: The results of this study argued the need of implementing a monitoring system of judge’s somatic and mental health, developing judge’s personality profile, improve working conditions and adapt the judges with the implementation of reforms in the judiciary system.
Applied value: The outlined features can be used in developing the candidate’s selection methodology of for judge and in the process of job identification and granting effective health services for that class.
Practical implementation: The results of this research are used in the development of
monitoring implementation system of judge’s somatic and mental health and helped reducing the
occupational stress events to this class. Аs a result of this research an innovation was used in