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Public Health

6. november 2017 - 13:45

The Ministry of Social Affairs is responsible for the development and management of public health policy. Public health is an inter-sectoral field, the aim of which is to increase people’s life expectancy, improve their quality of life, and reduce health inequality.  
 

Работник сферы здравоохранения, обязательно обнови сертификаты своей ID-карты на этих выходных

Врачам, медсёстрам и аптекарям начиная с полудня пятницы и до позднего вечера воскресенья открыта возможность дистанционно обновить сертификаты ID-карт во внеочередном порядке. Департамент полиции и погранохраны также откроет временные пункты обслуживания у пяти крупнейших больниц в помощь врачам, медсёстрам и аптекарям. Временные пункты обслуживания будут работать в субботу и воскресенье с 10 до 15 часов. 

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The Estonian Presidency holds an alcohol policy conference

Today and tomorrow, 30 and 31 October, the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union will hold an international conference 'Cross-Border Aspects in Alcohol Policy – Tackling Harmful Use of Alcohol' in Tallinn. Experts from Europe and beyond – policy makers and scientists in the fields of health, culture, agriculture and finance are discussing the main cross-border aspects of alcohol policy – alcohol labelling, cross-border trade, and cross-border alcohol advertising, including in new media.

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Kaia Iva: sotsiaalvaldkond vajab inimkesksust ja innovatsiooni

„Kui me räägime e-riigist, e-teenustest, e-tervisest, siis selle „e“ kõrval on sotsiaalvaldkonnas kahtlemata tähtsal kohal „i“ – inimkesksus, informatsioon, innovatsioon,“ ütles sotsiaalkaitseminister Kaia Iva täna, 30. oktoobril ajakirja Sotsiaaltöö 20. juubelile pühendatud seminaril hotellis Euroopa. Minister rõhutas, et sotsiaaltöö suund peab olema nutikatele lahendustele orienteeritud ja vajab mitmekülgset koostööd.

EST

International alcohol policy conference will be held in Tallinn next week

The Estonian Presidency will hold an international conference 'Cross-Border Aspects in Alcohol Policy – Tackling Harmful Use of Alcohol' in Tallinn, on 30-31 October. The conference will focus on three main cross-border issues: the labelling of alcoholic beverages, cross-border trade, and cross-border advertising, including in new media.

The two-day event will bring policy makers and experts from a number of different fields in addition to the health sector, such as agriculture, culture and finance, to Tallinn.

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