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Decreto Supremo N° 033-2015-SA: Acceso universal y equitativo a las intervenciones de promoción y protección para preservar salud mental (Supreme Decree No. 033-2015-SA: Universal and equitable access to promotion and protection interventions to preserve mental health)

El Presidente del Perú Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Peru 6 October 2015 Legislation/regulation mental health promotion, mental health treatment

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El reglamento aprobado tiene como objetivo garantizar que las personas con problemas de salud mental tengan acceso universal y equitativo a las intervenciones de promoción y protección de la salud. Asimismo que los pacientes accedan a servicios de prevención, tratamiento, recuperación y rehabilitación psicosocial, con visión integral y enfoque comunitario de derechos humanos, género e interculturalidad, en los diferentes niveles de atención.Este dispositivo legal incorpora servicios y una red asistencial en todo el país. En ese sentido, dispone que la atención de las personas se efectúe obligatoriamente desde el primer nivel de atención, con servicios de atención de salud mental que cuenten con un equipo de especialistas en psicología y psiquiatría.La nueva modalidad de atención se realizará mediante redes de servicio de salud en forma ambulatoria; es decir, sin necesidad de que los pacientes mentales sean internados u hospitalizados. Para lograr ello, el personal médico tendrá la misión de buscar la resocialización del paciente, al insertarlo rápidamente a su familia y a la comunidad.

The regulation adopted aims to ensure that people with mental health conditions have access to universal and equitable interventions for the promotion and protection of mental health. They should also have access to prevention, treatment, recovery and psychosocial rehabilitation, with integrated vision and community approach to human rights, gender and multiculturalism in the different levels of care. This device incorporates legal services and service network throughout the country. The new method of care will be made possible by network health services on an outpatient basis; that is, without hospitalization of persons with mental health conditions. To achieve this, the medical staff's mission is the patient’s resocialization within the family and community.

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