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Plan Director de Salut Mental y Adicciones de Cataluna (Plan for Addictions and Mental Health Service of Catalonia)

Generalitat de Catalunya; Government of Spain Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Catalonia 31 December 2006 Policy document mental health service, prevention, substance use

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El Plan de Salud de Cataluña es la herramienta con la que se dota el Gobierno para marcar las prioridades en materia de salud. El Gobierno de la Generalidad, fomentando el rol directriz del Plan de Salud, lo refuerza creando los planes directores que se encargan de hacer operativas las políticas marcadas en el Plan de Salud. El Departamento ha priorizado seis materias, sobre la base del análisis de la salud, de los servicios sanitarios y del contexto socioeconómico del país, como planes directores para el periodo 2005-07. Estos son: la salud mental y las adicciones, la oncología, las enfermedades vasculares, los problemas de salud sociosanitarios, la inmigración y la investigación en ciencias de la salud.


The Catalan Health Plan is the tool that is provided by the Government to set priorities in health. The Government of the Generalitat, promoting the role of the Health Plan guideline, it reinforces creating master plans that are responsible for operationalizing the policies laid down in the Health Plan. The Department has prioritized six areas, based on the analysis of health, sanitation and the socioeconomic context of the country, as master plans for the period 2005-07. These are: mental health and addictions, oncology, vascular diseases, geriatric health problems, immigration and research health sciences.

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