Health policy in the field of prevention and the promotion of the diseases in Bulgaria - evaluation of the effectiveness
Prevention of disease is one of the main challenges to public health and the Bulgarian society in recent years. More and more are data that prove, that the main risk factors for public health are associated with harmful effects of the various components of the environment - physical and socio-economic, concern behavior and' s distorting style and way of life. Experts, dealing with the problems of public health, should offer the public a new look to health of the population to rational use of limited resources in the health care system and achieve a greater degree of conservation of life and improve its quality. These approaches may not be provided by the traditional medical (clinical) interventions, due to their limited (an individual) range. Development of practical approaches and methods of intervention, related to the prevention of disease, based on the concept of action on the basis of the study of preventable events through study of the risk and risk approach.
|Date of creation:||Dec 2011|
|Date of revision:||Jul 2012|
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