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Le SRP - Schéma Régional de Prévention 2011-2014/Regional Prevention Scheme

Health Agency of Martinique Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Martinique 1 January 2011 Policy document prevention, public health

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Le SRP - Schéma Régional de Prévention

Le volet Prévention, Promotion de la Santé (PPS) du Schéma Régional de Prévention (SRP) présente les orientations visant à améliorer l’offre de services de promotion de la santé et de prévention, tant du point de vue organisationnel (positionnement des acteurs et articulation des politiques, identification des leviers d'action, couverture des territoires, thèmes prioritaires pour les populations, etc.) que qualitative (amélioration de la qualité et l'efficience des actions par une professionnalisation des intervenants).

Le volet PPS du SRP s'articule autour de 5 axes :

Développer une culture de la prévention et de la promotion de la santé
Améliorer l’offre en prévention et en promotion de la santé
Décliner les priorités dans des programmes de santé
Animer et piloter la politique de prévention et de promotion de la santé en région et dans les quatre territoires de proximité
Améliorer l’observation et la connaissance : pour une meilleure connaissance de l’état de santé et une meilleure lecture des problématiques relevant des inégalités de santé

The prevention component, Health Promotion (PPS) of the Regional Plan for Prevention (SRP) provides guidance to improve the provision of services of health promotion and prevention, both from an organizational perspective (positioning of actors and articulation of policies, identifying levers, territorial coverage, priority issues for people, etc.) and qualitative (quality improvement and efficiency actions by professional speakers).
PPS component of SRP is based on five pillars:

Develop a culture of prevention and health promotion
Improve the offer in prevention and health promotion
Decline priorities in health programs
Lead and guide the policy of prevention and health promotion in the region and in the four nearby territories
Improve compliance and knowledge: for a better understanding of health and a better reading of the issues covered by health inequalities


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