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Title: The Concept of Professional Psychological Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities Acquired During Combat Operations and Special Military Operations as a Resource for Organizations of Higher Education
Other Titles: Концепция профессионально-психологической реабилитации лиц с инвалидностью, приобретенной в процессе боевых действий и специальных военных операций, в контексте ресурсного потенциала образовательных организаций высшего образования
Authors: Borozinets, N. M.
Борозинец, Н. М.
Vodolazhskaya, M. G.
Водолажская, М. Г.
Salnikova, O. D.
Сальникова, О. Д.
Solovyeva, O. V.
Соловьева, О. В.
Shekhovtsova, T. S.
Шеховцова, Т. С.
Keywords: Combat disabled;Rehabilitation potential;Professional psychological rehabilitation
Issue Date: 2023
Citation: Borozinets, N.M., Vodolazhskaya, M.G., Salnikova, O.D., Solovyova, O.V., Shekhovtsova, T.S. The Concept of Professional Psychological Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities Acquired During Combat Operations and Special Military Operations as a Resource for Organizations of Higher Education // Psychological Science and Education. - 2023. - 28 (6). - pp. 53-61. - DOI: 10.17759/pse.2023280605
Series/Report no.: Psychological Science and Education
Abstract: The paper presents an analysis of scientific research on rehabilitation of persons with disabilities acquired during special military operations. We identified scientific deficiencies secondary vocational rehabilitation and vocational retraining of these persons. We described main approaches of the concept of professional and psychological rehabilitation in the context of psychophysiological, psychological, professional-pedagogical and socio-environmental directions. The resource potential of educational institutions of higher education is analyzed from the point of view of the effectiveness of the implementation of this concept.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12258/26637
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