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Plan de Salud Mental de la Región de Murcia 2006-2009 (Mental Health Plan of Murcia Region 2006-2009)

Murcian Health Service. Murcian Ministry of Health Servicio Murciano de Salud. Consejería de Sanidad Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Murcia 31 December 2006 Policy document mental health care, mental health service, mental health system

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In this Plan, after an analysis of the situation and a description of the issues in mental health, the welfare programs implemented in Murcia, the analysis of the demand and available resources, a number of conclusions were made in order to serve to establish the objectives and activities of the new Mental Health Plan for the period 2006-2009, which aims to design the most important and necessary actions in this area to provide people the best quality of care in mental health.

En el presente Plan, tras un análisis de situación donde se realiza una caracterización de la problemática de la salud mental en general, los programas asistenciales implantados en nuestra Región, el análisis de la demanda, así como los recursos disponibles, se elaboran una serie de conclusiones que sirven para establecer los objetivos y actividades del nuevo Plan de Salud Mental para el periodo 2006­2009, que pretenden diseñar las actuaciones mas importante y necesarias en esta materia para proporcionar a la población la mejor calidad asistencial en salud mental.


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