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Informatīvais ziņojums „Pamatnostādņu „Iedzīvotāju garīgās veselības uzlabošana 2009 -2014 gadā” īstenošana 2009.-2010.gadā (Report on “Policy on improvement of mental health of the population in 2009-2014” implementation in the year 2009-2010)

Ministry of Health Country Resources Evaluation of Policy, Law, Strategies, Plans, and Services Latvia 25 May 2012 Policy document mental health service, mental health system, policy

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Informatīvais ziņojums par pamatnostādņu "Iedzīvotāju garīgās veselības uzlabošana 2009.–2014.gadā" īstenošanu 2009.-2010.gadā (turpmāk – informatīvais ziņojums) izstrādāts saskaņā ar Ministru kabineta 2008.gada 6.augusta rīkojuma Nr.468 „Par pamatnostādnēm „Iedzīvotāju garīgās veselības uzlabošana 2009.-2014.gadā” (turpmāk - MK rīkojums Nr.468) 3.3. apakšpunktu, kas nosaka, ka sākot ar 2011.gadu, reizi divos gados līdz attiecīgā gada 1. jūnijam VM MK jāiesniedz pārskats (ziņojums) par pamatnostādņu īstenošanas gaitu.

This is a report on the implementation of the “Policy on improvement of mental health of the population in 2009-2014” in 2009-2010. The implementation of the policy is evaluated every 2 years by the Ministry of Health.

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