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Rapport Deltaplan Dementie 2012-­2020 (Report Deltaplan Dementia 2012-2020)

Government of the Netherlands; Country Resources Neurological disorders including dementia Netherlands 19 August 2012 Policy document dementia, policy

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Het Dementie Deltaplan is gebouwd op drie pijlers: 1) de ontwikkeling van een e-health portal; 2) de oprichting van een nationale dementie register en 3) de investeringen en de uitvoering van de nieuwe programma's voor wetenschappelijk onderzoek. De Dementie Deltaplan vormen het beleid van de regering om de zorg voor ouderen duurzame en betaalbaar te houden. Het Deltaplan zal nauwlettend volgen de JPND strategische onderzoeksagenda en het versterken van de internationale positie van Nederland voor zowel onderzoek en industrie. Het plan wordt uitgevoerd door een publiek / private samenwerking worden uitgevoerd.

The Dementia Delta Plan is built on three pillars: 1) the development of an e-health portal; 2) the establishment of a national dementia registry and 3) the investment and implementation of new programs for scientific research. The Dementia Delta Plan shapes the policy of the Government to keep the care for the elderly sustainable and affordable. The Delta Plan will follow closely the JPND strategic research agenda and strengthen the international position of Netherlands for both research and industry. The Plan will be carried out by a public/private partnership.

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