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Pour développer des actions locales : laisser s'exprimer le talent de chacun à l'intérieur d'un cadre stratégique

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  • Strategic Framework
  • Regional Health Programme
  • Networks
  • Health Promotion
  • Prevention
  • Cadre Stratégique
  • Programme Régional De Santé
  • Expression Des Acteurs
  • Réseau
  • Approche Socio-Géographique
  • Promotion De La Santé
  • Prévention
  • Law
  • Criminology & Political Science :: Political Science
  • Public Administration & International Relations [E08]
  • Droit
  • Criminologie & Sciences Politiques :: Sciences Politiques
  • Administration Publique & Relations Internationales [E08]
  • Human Health Sciences :: Public Health
  • Health Care Sciences & Services [D22]
  • Sciences De La Santé Humaine :: Santé Publique
  • Services Médicaux & Soins De Santé [D22]
  • Biology
  • Medicine


Developing local actions: allowing individual talents be expressed and utilised within a strategic framework. The Regional Health Programme of Children and Adolescents in Province Alpes Cote d'Azur (PRSJ), developed between March 1998 and May 1999, is characterised by its scope and complexity. It is more a strategic framework for action than an operational programme. To carry out this action, it was adapted to the level of intervention, on the one hand, using instruments at the regional level adapted for professional interventions, and,on the other hand, through the development of territory-based approaches founded on the creation of networks. Evaluations have shown that the actors found the framework proposed by PRSJ positive and adopted it. They expressed their creativity with more spontaneity in the networks with therapeutic objectives, than those responding to health determinants, which needed initial local support. Local communities appeared as the ideal setting for dissemination and stainability of PRSJ's objectives. PRSJ's strategic framework allowed local actors to express their talent. This mode of action, which accommodates not only programmatic focus within the context of practitioners on the ground, but also, epidemiology and socio-geographic interventions, are pertinent. To go beyond the explicit milestones set by the strategic orientations of the programme, different elements strengthening the framework are highlighted.

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