ISSN 2409-7616

G. Gayazov, G. Gizatshina, A. Kazeeva, M. Larkina, M. Sharafutdinov



Gulshat A. Gayazov –Candidate of medical sciences, associate professor of the Department of pedagogy, Bashkir state University, Ufa, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Gulnaz M. Gizatshina –Senior lecturer of the Department of geodesy, cartography and geographic information systems, faculty of geosciences and tourism, Bashkir state University, Ufa, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Arina A. Kazeeva –Student of the Department of geodesy, cartography and geographic information systems, faculty of geosciences and tourism, Bashkir state University, Ufa, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Maria S. Larkina –Student of the Department of geodesy, cartography and geographic information systems, faculty of geosciences and tourism, Bashkir state University, Ufa, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Marat A. Sharafutdinov –Professor of the Department of public health and organization of health care with the course of the Institute of additional professional education, Bashkir state Medical University, Ufa, Russia Federation, E-mail:

Abstract. Nosogeography is a section of medical geography that examines the validity of the spread of any diseases in various geographic zones and conditions. One of the most convenient forms of information transfer are medical – geographical and nosogeographic maps. HIV infection is an urgent problem of modern healthcare. The use of nosogeographic mapping allows the most informative display of the initial data on the spread of diseases in the study area, as well as the data obtained as a result of analysis. One of the components of the medical state information system should be a medical geographic information system (GIS), since the preparation of an electronic medical record of a patient, the creation of information systems in the field of computer diagnostics of diseases, systems of electronic document circulation and analysis of medical statistics is in full swing in the modern world. The map is aimed at the formation and extraction of spatial and territorial statistical information reflecting the dynamics of the incidence of HIV infection in the population of municipalities of the Republic of Bashkortostan in 2016 – 2018. Development of new ways and methods of cartographic representation and analysis of nosogeographic information using GIS-technologies allows creating cartographic works of a new quality – nosogeographic geoinformation-cartographic models.

Keywords: methodology, educational technologies, nosogeography, medical geography, nosogeographic mapping, HIV-infection, Republic of Bashkortostan, statistical data, GIS-technology.


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For citation:

Gayazov G.A., Gizatshina G.M., Kazeeva A.A., Larkina M.S., Sharafutdinov M.A. Method of making medical and geographic maps (on the example Of data on hiv disease in the Republic of Bashkortostan). CITISE, 2020, no. 4, pp.117-129. DOI: