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Εθνικό Σχέδιο Δράσης για την Αντιμετώπιση της Άνοιας στην Κύπρο 2012-2017 (National Action Plan for the Treatment of Dementia in Cyprus 2012-2017)

Ministry of Health Country Resources Neurological disorders including dementia Cyprus 2012 Policy document dementia, Older Persons

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Το Υπουργείο Υγείας, αναγνωρίζοντας τις τεράστιες διαστάσεις που λαμβάνει η νόσος της άνοιας, σε συνδυασμό και με τη γήρανση του πληθυσμού, και θέλοντας να συμβάλει καταλυτικά στην αντιμετώπισή της στην Κύπρο, ανέθεσε στην Πολυθεματική Επιτροπή της Νόσου Alzheimer το σχεδιασμό στρατηγικής δράσης κατά της άνοιας.
Έτσι, η Πολυθεματική Επιτροπή της Νόσου Alzheimer ανέλαβε να ετοιμάσει ένα σχέδιο δράσης το οποίο θα περιλαμβάνει τους τρόπους ανάπτυξης και εφαρμογής μιας ολοκληρωτικής στρατηγικής αντιμετώπισης της άνοιας στην Κύπρο, και το οποίο θα εναρμονίζεται με τις αρχές και το όραμα του Υπουργείου Υγείας.

The Ministry of Health, recognizing the enormous dimensions of dementia, in combination with the aging population, and wanting to contribute catalytically to its treatment in Cyprus, commissioned the Alzheimer's Disease Committee to plan a strategic action against dementia.
Thus, the Multidisciplinary Committee of Alzheimer's Disease undertook to prepare an action plan which will include the ways of developing and implementing a comprehensive strategy for the treatment of dementia in Cyprus, and which will be in line with the principles and vision of the Ministry of Health.

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