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Plan Estratégico Nacional Para la Prevención y Control Integral de las Enfermedades No Transmisibles y sus Factores de Riesgos, años 2014-2019 (National Strategic Plan for Prevention and Integrated Control of Noncommunicable Diseases and their Risk Factors 2014-2019)

Ministerio de Salud Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Panama 19 September 2014 Policy document non communicable disease, plan

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Este Plan es una estrategia para la prevención y el control integral de las ENT y factores de riesgo, que va desde la promoción de salud hasta los cuidados paliativos. El plan tiene seis líneas estratégicas que permitirán trabajar con la comunidad y disminuir los factores de riesgos de estas enfermedades que tienen cuatro factores comunes: el sedentarismo, la inactividad física, la dieta poco saludable (con alto contenido de grasas, azucares refinados, alto valor calórico y bajo contenido nutricional) y la ingesta excesiva de alcohol y tabaco.

This Plan is a strategy for the prevention and integrated control of NCDs and risk factors, ranging from health promotion to palliative care. The plan has six strategic lines that will work with the community and reduce risk factors for these diseases that have four common factors: sedentary lifestyle, physical inactivity, unhealthy diet (high in fat, refined sugars, high in calories and low nutritional content) and excessive consumption of alcohol and tobacco.


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