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Zehn vorrangige Gesundheitsziele für NRW (Ten priority health targets for NRW)

Government of North Rhine-Westphalia; Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Affairs Country Resources General Health Policies North Rhine-Westphalia 1 January 1995 Policy document health promotion, non communicable disease, public health

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Zum ersten Mal verfasst das Land Nordrhein-Westfalen 1995 10 vorrangige Gesundheitsziele zu folgenden Bereichen: Herz-Kreislaufkrankheiten reduzieren, Krebs bekämpfen, Rahmenbedingungen zur Förderung der Gesundheit, Gesundheitsschäden durch Tabak, Alkohol und psychoaktive Substanzen reduzieren, Umwelthygiene-Management, Primäre Gesundheitsversorgung, Krankenhausversorgung, Bürgernahe Dienste für besondere gesundheitliche Bedürfnisse, Forschung und Entwicklung im Gesundheitsbereich, Unterstützung durch Gesundheitsinformation.

In 1995 the state of North Rhine-Westphalia set 10 priority health targets regarding the following topics: reduce cardiovascular disease, fight cancer, promote good health, reduce diseases caused by tobacco, alcohol and psychoactive substances, environmental sanitation management, primary health care, hospital care, development of community services to meet special needs, research and development in the health sector and support provided by health information.

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