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Plan Nacional de prevención del Suicidio, Para Uruguay 2011-2015 “Un compromiso con la vida” (National Suicide Prevention Plan for Uruguay 2011-2015

Ministry of Health; Oriental Republic of Uruguay Country Resources Suicide Prevention Uruguay 31 December 2011 Policy document plan, prevention

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This Plan addresses suicide at all levels, as a major problem for public health, with the understanding that it is a preventable act for the prevention of which the participation of all sectors of the community is needed, in order to provide timely assistance.

Este Plan sienta sus bases en la prevención a todo nivel del suicidio, como problema mayor para la salud pública, en el entendido de que es un acto prevenible que implica la participación de todos los sectores de la comunidad, para brindar la ayuda oportuna en el momento justo.

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