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The Icelandic National Health Plan to the year 2010

The Ministry of Health and Social Security Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Iceland 31 December 2010 Policy document 9979-872-92-6 health promotion, plan, policy, prevention

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During the years 1996-2000 a committee appointed by Iceland's Minister for Health and Social Security worked on the revision of a health plan which had been in effect since 1991. This revision has taken into account the policy of WHO on Health for All and the health plans of other countries on the one hand, and the public policy and revising of many aspects of health matters in Iceland on the other.


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