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Projet Régional de Santé Guyane 2011-2015 (Regional Project on Health French Guiana 2011-2015)

French Guiana Health Regional Agency Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans French Guiana 31 December 2011 Policy document health promotion, plan, public health

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Trois priorités nationales transversales guident l’élaboration des projets régionaux de santé:

- Améliorer l’espérance de vie en bonne santé, ce qu’implique la mise en oeuvre d’une politique ambitieuse de prévention, à la fois médicale et comportementale;
-Promouvoir l’égalité devant la santé entre hommes et femmes, groupes sociaux et territoires géographiques;
- Développer un système accessible et efficient de soins et de santé de qualité.

Three cross-national priorities guide the development of regional health projects:

- Improving life expectancy in good health, the implications of the implementation of an ambitious policy of prevention, both medical and behavioral;
-Promoting equity in health between men and women, social groups and geographical areas;
- Develop an accessible and efficient system and health care quality.

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