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Meerjarenvisie GGZ Nederland 2013-2020 (Multiannual Vision Mental Health Care Netherlands 2013-2020)

GGZ Nederland, Government of the Netherlands Country Resources Mental Health Policies Netherlands 1 January 2013 Policy document mental health care, mental health promotion

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In deze meerjarenvisie beschrijft GGZ Nederland, in opdracht voor de Rijksoverheid Nederland, het aanbod van de ggz aan patiƫnten en maatschappelijke partners voor de periode 2013-2020. In deze meerjarenvisie beschrijven we de nieuwe verhoudingen in het zorgveld, de waarde van de ggz/de waarden van de samenleving, de visie op effectiviteit, de visie op werkgeverschap, de visie op de stijl van een koersvaste sector en een betrouwbare partner.

In this multi-annual vision, commissioned by the Dutch Government, GGZ Netherlands describes the range of mental health services to patients and community partners for the period 2013-2020. The policy focuses on the decentralization of mental health care in times of budget cuts, the relationship between therapists and patients, early screening in society, stigma, effectiveness and efficiency of care, and staff.

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