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Maßnahmen des Bundesministeriums für Gesundheit zur Umsetzung der nationalen Gesundheitsziele (Measures of the Federal Ministry of Health to Implement the National Health Objectives)

Ministry of Health Government of Germany Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Germany 2 December 2008 Report depression, non communicable disease, quality care

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This report outlines the six health objectives identified as the focus of the Ministry of Health of Germany. The six objectives are; (1) reduce risk of disease: type-2 diabetes, (2) early recognition and treatment of persons who are ill, (3) breast cancer: reducing mortality and increasing quality of life, (4) depressive disorders: prevent, detect early, sustainable treatment, (5) reduce tobacco use and, (6) strengthen patient autonomy and competence.

Dieser Bericht beschreibt die sechs gesundheitspolitischen Ziele, die als Schwerpunkt des Ministeriums für Gesundheit in Deutschland festgelegt sind. Die sechs Ziele sind: (1) das Risiko von Krankheit verringern: Diabetes Typ 2, (2) Früherkennung und Behandlung von Personen, die krank sind, (3) Brustkrebs: Sterblichkeit verringern und die Lebensqualität erhöhen, (4) depressive Störungen : vorbeugen, frühzeitig erkennen, nachhaltige Behandlung (5) Tabakkonsum reduzieren und (6) Stärkung von Autonomie und Kompetenz des Patienten.


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