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Conférence nationale Santé: Vers un Plan national Santé/Towards a National health Plan

Government of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Luxembourg 1 January 2009 Policy document health promotion, public health

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Cette publication rappelle l’objectif des quatre conférences nationales de santé (2006-2009) qui consistait à élaborer et à mettre en œuvre un Programme National Santé au Grand-Duché de Luxembourg qui s’inscrit dans un large processus de réflexions et d’actions entamé ensemble avec les différents partenaires du secteur médico-social.

Sur 96 pages, est présenté le bilan des différents programmes d’actions réalisés dans le cadre des différentes initiatives de prévention et de promotion de la santé dont certains portent déjà leurs fruits grâce à la qualité du travail, des interventions et des contributions de tous les participants et acteurs impliqués.

This publication recalls the objectives of the four national health conferences (2006-2009) which was to develop and implement a National Health Program in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, part of a broad process of reflection and action started together with partners medico-social sector.

The results of the various action programs in the different initiatives of prevention and health promotion are presented, some of which are already bearing fruit with the quality of work, interventions and contributions of all participants and stakeholders.

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