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Приказ № 575 О мерах по профилактике суицидов и оказании помощи лицам, совершившим суицидальные попытки (Order number 575 on measures for the prevention of suicide and assisting persons who committed suicide attempts)

Ministry of Health; Belarus Country Resources Suicide Prevention Belarus 9 July 2007 Legislation/regulation prevention

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Создано на основании Положения о Министерстве здравоохранения Республики Беларусь, утвержденного постановлением Совета Министров Республики Беларусь от 23 августа 2000 г. № 1331, в редакции постановления Совета Министров Республики Беларусь от 1 августа 2005 г. № 843 и во исполнение мероприятий Программы развития здравоохранения Республики Беларусь на 2006–2010 годы, утвержденной постановлением Совета Министров Республики Беларусь от 31 августа 2006 г. Представляет комплекс мер по профилактике суицидов. В частности о введении формы первичной медицинской документации «Сведения о лице, совершившем суицидальную попытку», организации обучающих семинаров для медицинских работников, и другие меры.

On the basis of the Regulation on the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus approved by decree of the Council of Ministers on August 23, 2000 № 1331, as amended by Resolution of the Council of Ministers on August 1, 2005 number 843 and in pursuance of the Development Programme of Health of the Republic of Belarus for 2006-2010, approved by the Council of Ministers on August 31, 2006. The act presents a set of measures for the prevention of suicide. In particular the introduction of forms of primary medical records, Information about the person who has made a suicide attempt, training workshops for health professionals, and other measures.

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