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კანონი ფსიქიატრიული დახმარების შესახებ (Law on Psychiatric Care)

Georgia Parliament of Georgia Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Georgia 21 March 1995 Legislation/regulation mental health care, mental health service

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ამ კანონის მიზანია:
ა) უზრუნველყოს ფსიქიკური აშლილობის მქონე პირთათვის ფსიქიატრიული დახმარების ხელმისაწვდომობა და უწყვეტობა, აღნიშნულ პირთა უფლებების, თავისუფლებებისა და ღირსების დაცვა; ბ) განსაზღვროს ფსიქიატრიის დარგის მუშაკთა უფლებები და მოვალეობანი.

Objectives of this Law are the following:
a) Ensure access to and continuity of psychiatric care for people with mental disorders, as well as protection of their rights, freedoms and dignity;
b) Specify the rights and obligations of the personnel working in the field of psychiatry.


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