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Sabiedrības veselības pamatnostādnes 2011 –2017 gadam (Policy on public health in 2011-2017)

Ministry of Health Country Resources General Health Policies Latvia 5 October 2011 Policy document health service, health system

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Sabiedrības veselības pamatnostādnes 2011.–2017.gadam (turpmāk - Pamatnostādnes) ir vidēja termiņa politikas plānošanas dokuments, kas izstrādāts, lai turpinātu 2001.gadā Ministru kabinetā apstiprinātās Sabiedrības veselības stratēģijas un tās rīcības programmā 2004.-2010.gadam uzsāktās sabiedrības veselības politikas īstenošanu, izvirzītu jaunus attīstības mērķus, kā arī norādītu rīcības virzienus to sasniegšanai, un saglabātu, uzlabotu un atjaunotu Latvijas iedzīvotāju veselības stāvokli nākamajos septiņos gados.

Policy on public health in 2011-2017 is a medium-term political planning document, that was developed to continue the previous policy on public health that was approved by the Cabinet of Ministers for 2004-2010. This policy also sets new aims for development, and describes the possible ways to achieve those aims, in order to maintain and improve the health of the Latvian citizens in the next seven years.

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