Dostępność seniorów migrantów do aptek (studium przypadku Krakowa)

Sławomir Pytel,

Agnieszka Piechota

Abstrakt

Seniorzy borykają się z wieloma problemami zdrowotnymi, a ich stan zdrowia pogarsza się wraz z wiekiem. W związku z czym znacząca część budżetów osób starszych przeznaczana jest na leki. Dlatego autorzy za cel badania wybrali ukazanie powiązań między napływem seniorów do miasta a dostępnością do jednej z wybranych usług medycznych, jaką są apteki. Dzięki pozyskanej bazie danych ustalono miejsce zamieszkania seniorów po migracji. Pozyskano także rozmieszczenie 317 aptek znajdujących się w badanym mieście Krakowie. Dzięki tym bazom można było określić środowisko mieszkaniowe seniorów po migracji. Badanie wykazało korzystną lokalizację aptek. Są one skoncentrowane przestrzennie przede wszystkim w centralnych dzielnicach Krakowa, podobnie jak miejsca w których osiedlają się seniorzy po migracji. Badanie to miało na celu także wskazanie stronie podażowej nowych miejsc na lokalizację aptek.
 

Availability of migrant seniors to pharmacies (Cracow case study)

Senior citizens face numerous health problems, and their health deteriorates as they age. As a result, a significant proportion of older people's budgets are spent on medication. Therefore, the authors of the study focused on the relationship between the influx of senior citizens to the city and the accessibility of one of the selected medical services, i.e., pharmacies. They established the place of residence of the migrating seniors using the obtained database. The distribution of 317 pharmacies located in the city of Krakow was also recorded. Thanks to these databases, it was possible to determine the housing environment of seniors after migration. The study revealed a favourable location of pharmacies. As far as it is concerned, they are concentrated mainly in the central districts of Krakow, as are the whereabouts where seniors settle after migration. As fa as the supplies are concerned, the study also aimed to identify new locations for pharmacies

Słowa kluczowe: środowisko mieszkaniowe seniorów, migracje seniorów, dostęp do usług, apteki, srebrna gospodarka, housing environment of seniors, senior migration, access to services, pharmacies, silver economy
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