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Programa Nacional de Atención a Usuarios Problemáticos de Drogas (National Care Programme for Problematic Drug Users)

Oriental Republic of Uruguay Ministry of Public Health; National Committee on Drugs Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Uruguay 31 December 2007 Policy document rehabilitation, substance use

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Está orientado a mejorar la calidad de la atención a consumidores de drogas, mediante parámetros de intervención definidos, con base en las buenas prácticas clínicas y en la satisfacción de los usuarios, incorporando la evaluación sistemática como un factor indispensable.

The National Care Programme for Problematic Drug Users is designed to improve the quality of care for drug users, based on early intervention, good clinical practices and on service evaluation with the participation of service users.


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