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Política Nacional de Salud Mental 2012-2021 (National Mental Health Policy 2012-2021)

Ministry of Health; Republic of Costa Rica Country Resources Mental Health Policies Costa Rica 31 December 2012 Policy document human resources, mental health facility, Social Inclusion

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En la Política Nacional de Salud Mental 2012-2021 se exponen un resumen de los antecedentes y de la situación actual de la Salud Mental en Costa Rica, así como la metodología seguida en su elaboración. Se expone el modelo de Salud Mental como producto social, con la construcción de una definición de Salud Mental propia de Costa Rica.

The 2012-2021 National Mental Health Policy contains a summary of the background and current mental health status in Costa Rica. It also includes the methodology followed in the preparation of the policy. This document shows the mental health system as a national product, and it offers a definition of Mental Health in Costa Rica.


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