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El Programa de Acción Específico (PAE) Promoción de la Salud y Determinantes Sociales 2013-2018 (The Specific Action Plan for Health Promotion and Social Determinants 2013-2018)

Ministerio de Salud Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Mexico 2014 Policy document health promotion, social development

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El Programa de Acción Específico (PAE) Promoción de la Salud y Determinantes Sociales, tiene como fin contribuir al logro de un México Incluyente, así como optimizar los recursos destinados a los diferentes sectores de gobierno que inciden en los determinantes de la salud a través de la coordinación intra e intersectorial y el impulso de políticas públicas a favor de la salud.
Se integra a partir de tres programas que anteriormente venían operando en la Dirección General de Promoción de la Salud (DGPS): Nueva Cultura, Escuela y Salud, Vete Sano, Regresa Sano y un modelo de atención intersectorial de Promoción de la Salud para Población Indígena que operó de manera piloto en el municipio de Chilón, Chiapas.Por tanto, el contenido de este nuevo Programa fortalece aquellas acciones que se vienen desarrollando y que tienen mayor incidencia en los determinantes de la salud. Es a través de seis objetivos, seis estrategias y 13 líneas de acción, que se propone la entrega de los servicios de promoción de la salud a los diferentes grupos poblacionales que están bajo la cobertura de la Secretaría de Salud con énfasis en la población vulnerable.

Objectivos Específicos :
• Realizar la entrega de los servicios de Promoción de la Salud, con enfoque de determinantes de la salud.
• Fortalecer la promoción de la salud en la atención integral de línea de vida.
• Desarrollar conocimientos, habilidades y actitudes para el manejo adecuado de los determinantes de la salud.
• Favorecer la incorporación de políticas públicas saludables en los servicios público, social y privado.
• Generar hábitos y conductas favorables a la salud, basados en los principios de la mercadotecnia social en salud.
• Fortalecer los mecanismos de seguimiento y evaluación para incrementar la efectividad del Programa.

The Specific Action Program for Health Promotion and Social Determinants aims to contribute to the achievement of an Inclusive Mexico and optimize the resources allocated to the different sectors of government that affect the determinants of health through intra- and inter-sectoral coordination and promotion of public policies for health. It integrates from three programs that previously had operating at the Directorate General of Health Promotion (DGPS): New Culture School and Health, Go Healthy, Return Healthy and a model of intersectoral care Health Promotion for Indigenous People which operated on a pilot basis in the municipality of Chilon, Chiapas. Therefore, the content of this new program strengthens actions that are being developed and have greater impact on the determinants of health. The program has six goals, six strategies and 13 action lines, delivering services and promoting health to the different population groups that are under the umbrella of the Ministry of Health with emphasis on vulnerable populations.

Specific Objectives:

• Realize the delivery of health promotion services, with a focus on determinants of health
• Strengthen health promotion in the comprehensive care of a lifetime
• Develop knowledge, skills and attitudes for the proper management of the determinants of health.
• Promote the incorporation of healthy public policies in the public, social and private services.
• Create favorable habits and health, based on the principles of social marketing in health behaviors.
• Strengthen mechanisms for monitoring and evaluation to increase the effectiveness of the program

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