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Proyecciones de la Salud Pública en Cuba para el 2015 (Projections of Public Health in Cuba for 2015)

Cuba Ministry of Public Health Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Cuba February 2006 Policy document health promotion, health service, health system, public health

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Estas Proyecciones de la Salud Pública para el 2015, constituyen un valioso instrumento estratégico y programático del camino que debemos seguir en los próximos diez años pues define no sólo los propósitos y metas a alcanzar, sino que precisa la organización y funcionamiento, en base a las prioridades del sistema. En las Directrices Generales hemos significado las principales líneas de trabajo, emanadas de las más altas políticas del sector, que conducirán al alcance de las metas planteadas y que demandan de la participación cohesionada de nuestros cuadros y trabajadores con todo el pueblo. Las metas y directrices específicas son productos del trabajo participativo de experimentados científicos y técnicos del sector en los campos particulares de las especialidades y disciplinas de las Ciencias de la Salud. Como toda meta, resultan tensas y desafiantes, pero alcanzables si con entrega y cohesión trabajamos con ciencia, inteligencia y creación. A partir de estas Proyecciones quedarán diseñados los Objetivos del Sistema Nacional de Salud y todos los programas y planes tanto administrativos como técnicos que aseguren el cumplimiento en todos los niveles.

These Public Health projections 2015, are a valuable instrument of strategic and programmatic value, defining the purposes and goals to achieve, as well as the precise organization and operation, based on system priorities, for the next ten years. In the General Guidelines the main lines of work are defined, which will lead to achieving the set goals, through the involvement of reach the goals set and demanded the cohesive involvement of our cadres and workers and all the people. The goals and specific guidelines are products of participatory work of experienced scientists and technicians of the sector in particular fields of specialties and disciplines of Health Sciences. Like any goal, they are tense and challenging, but achievable if work is done with dedication and cohesion, as well as with knowledge creativity. From these projections the Millennium National Health and all programs, as well as both administrative and technical plans to ensure compliance at all levels, will be designed.

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