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Normativa Nacional en Políticas Sanitarias de Prevención y Lucha Frente al Consumo Excesivo de Alcohol (National Standards in Health Policy for Preventing and Combating Excessive Alcohol Consumption)

Ministry of Health; Argentina Country Resources Substance Abuse Policies Argentina 2011 Policy document alcohol, child and adolescent, policy, prevention

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En el presente Programa se establece los conceptos principales, la caracterización del problema, sus fines, objetivos y las acciones que se llevarán a cabo para cumplirlos, estableciendo las responsabilidades y competencias de todas las áreas que intervienen. Tratándose de un problema complejo y multicausal con repercusiones sociales de gran magnitud, se han involucrado a diversos sectores tales como sociedades científicas, asociaciones profesionales, organizaciones de la sociedad civil, para lograr un tratamiento planificado, concertado y efectivo del mismo.

In this program the main concepts are, the characterization of the problem, purpose, objectives and actions to be carried out to meet challenges, whilst establishing the responsibilities and competences of all involved. Being a complex and multicausal with the social impact of a large-scale problem. Various actors have been involved such as scientific societies, professional associations, civil society organizations, to achieve a planned treatment, that is concerted and effective at the same time.

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