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Strategiei naţionale de sănătate publică (National Strategy for Public Health)

Ministry of Health; Romania Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Romania 16 July 2004 Policy document health system, non communicable disease, prevention, public health

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Domeniile prioritare ale Strategiei naţionale de sănătate publică sunt următoarele:
- boli transmisibile;
- boli netransmisibile;
- sănătatea familiei;
- sănătate mintală;
- servicii medicale preventive;
- managementul sistemului de sănătate.

The priority areas of national public health strategy are:
- Diseases;
- Non-communicable diseases;
- Family Health;
- Mental health;
- Preventive health services;
- Management of the health system.


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