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Beleidsplan Geestelijke Gezondheidszorg Vlaanderen (Mental Health Policy Plan Flanders)

Flemish Ministry of Welfare Health en Family (Flemish Government) Country Resources Mental Health Policies Belgium 1 January 2009 Policy document mental health system, policy

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*This document applies to the Flemish region (Flanders).

In deze beleidsnota wordt de Vlaamse beleidspunten voor geestelijke gezondheidszorg geschetst. Aan het einde van de nota en bij wijze van samenvatting staan alle actiepunten die de legislatuur trachten te realiseren.

De Vlaamse beleidpunten weerspiegelen de nabije toekomst. Om ze naar waarde te schatten is het goed de evoluties te beschrijven die de geestelijke gezondheidszorg gekend heeft (deel 1) en de manier waarop de geestelijke gezondheidszorg vandaag georganiseerd is (deel 2).

The Flemish policies for mental health and all actions and plans that the law makers seek to achieve are outlined respectively in the first and last part of the document.

The Flemish policies reflect the future of mental health. Part 1 deals with developments in mental health care and Part 2 deals with the organization of mental health care today..

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