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Các nghiên cứu liên quan đến y tế thôn bản trên thế giới và Việt Nam

Từ nhiều thập kỷ qua, vai trò của các nhân viên y tế thôn bản (YTTB) là rất quan trọng trong việc đóng góp vai trò của mình trong xây dựng, thực hiện các nhiệm vụ y tế, tham gia các chương trình y tế quốc gia rất tích cực, cuối cùng đã làm giảm mắc, giảm chết và hạn chế nguy cơ dịch bệnh truyền nhiễm xảy ra trên địa bàn. Thành công đó, không những biểu hiện ở kiểm soát các căn bệnh truyền nhiễm mà còn hạn chế về các bệnh không lây nhiễm, dù không trực tiếp điều trị nhưng họ đã và đang tuyền truyền truyền thông giáo dục sức khỏe cho cộng đồng tích cực.Và điều đó giờ đây rất cần trong các chiến lược hành động tiến tới loại trừ nhiều bệnh truyền nhiễm như phong, lao và đặc biệt là sốt rét từ nay đến năm 2030.

Một số văn bản liên quan đến YTTB

1.Bộ Y tế (2013). Thông tư quy định tiêu chuẩn, chức năng, nhiệm vụ của nhân viên y tế thôn bản, Số 07/2013/TT-BYT, ngày 08 tháng 3 năm 2013.

2.Nghị định số 63/2012/NĐ-CP ngày 31 tháng 8 năm 2012 của Chính phủ quy định chức năng, nhiệm vụ, quyền hạn và cơ cấu tổ chức của Bộ Y tế;

3.Quyết định số 153/2006/QĐ-TTg ngày 30 tháng 6 năm 2006 của Thủ tướng Chính phủ về việc phê duyệt quy hoạch tổng thể phát triển hệ thống y tế Việt Nam giai đoạn 2010 và tầm nhìn đến năm 2020;

4.Quyết định số 75/2009/QĐ-TTg ngày 11 tháng 5 năm 2009 của Thủ tướng Chính phủ về việc quy định chế độ phụ cấp đối với nhân viên y tế thôn, bản

5.Dự án Quỹ toàn cầu Phòng chống sốt rét Việt Nam (2007). Tài liệu đào tạo mới nhân viên y tế thôn bản. Nhà xuất bản Y học 2007.


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