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Non-Communicable Disease Prevention & Control Program

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Transcript of Non-Communicable Disease Prevention & Control Program

National Healthy Lifestyle Program
National Mental Health Program
Oral Health Program
What are NCDs?
NCD Programs
Prevent
CONCLUSION
Non-Communicable Disease Prevention & Control Program
THANK YOU!
by JERICHO S. JAVIER, R.N.
These diseases are caused by similar determinants and therefore share mitigation and prevention opportunities.
Also includes mental health, accidents and dental health
1. NCDs account for
63%
of all deaths worldwide.
2.
80%
of NCDs deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries.
3. More than 9 million of all deaths attributed to NCDs occur before the
age of 60
.
4. Around the world, NCDs affect women and men almost
equally
.
5. NCDs are largely
preventable
6. NCDs are not only a health problem but a
development challenge
as well.
7. 1.5 billion adults, 20 and older, were
overweight
in 2008.
8. Nearly 43 million
children under 5 years old
were overweight in 2010.
9.
Tobacco
use kills nearly 6 million people a year.
10. Eliminating
major risks
could prevent most NCDs.
10 facts about NCDs
Promote
Risk Factor
Assessment

NCD Screening/
Diagnostic Tests
Referral to higher level
Diagnostic Tests
Not at risk
At risk
Without
NCD
With
NCD
HL Info/
Education
Lifestyle
Modification
Lifestyle Modification
Treatment
Rehabilitation
Palliative Care

Referral for Higher Level:
Treatment
Rehabilitation
Palliative Care
Delivery Flow
Prevention of Blindness Program
“All Filipinos enjoy the right to sight by
year 2020”
Substance Abuse Control Program
Republic Act 9211
Tobacco Regulation Act of 2003
MPOWER
Monitor. Protect. Offer. Warn. Enforce. Raise
Anti-Drunk and Drugged Driving Act of 2013
Republic Act No. 10586
Republic Act 9165 Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002
Vision
Better Quality of Life through Total Health Care for all Filipinos
Mission
A Rational and Unified Response to Mental Health
Goal
Quality Mental Health Care

Objective
Implementation of a Mental Health Program strategy
1. Formation of a Mental Health Legislation.

2. The need to establish a community based mental health care.

3. Integration of mental health care into general health services.

4. The need to review and strengthen financing strategies.
ISSUES
Administrative Order No. 179 s.2004
Proclamation No. 40

August of every year was declared as
“Sight Saving Month”
Strengthen Partnership
Empower Communities
Access To All
Poverty Alleviation
Strengthen Partnership
Empower Communities
Access To All
Poverty Alleviation
General Objective:
To reduce the current prevalence of bilateral blindness due to all causes to
less than 0.5%
KEY PROGRAM MILESTONES
Amended AO for PBP
Operationalized PBP Registry
Developed guidelines on service delivery and clinical pathway
Identified 5 year research / policy agenda
Capacitated CHDs/LGUs/other stakeholders
Model Building on Integrated Eye Health Care
2013
KEY PROGRAM MILESTONES
Advocated for development of PhilHealth package for eye health care
Conducted PBP Summit / conference
Rolled out model on integrated eye healthcare
Enhanced capacity of the referral and referring facilities
2014
48.3 %
87.4 %
General Objectives:
To reduce the prevalence rate of dental caries and periodontal diseases by end of 2016 among general population.
Specific:

increase the proportion of OFC under 6 years old to 12% by 20% by 2020
control oral health risks among the young people
improve the oral health conditions of pregnant women by 20% and older persons by 10% every year till 2016

Pre-school children
Adolescents
Mothers
Elderly
Status of Implementation / Accomplishments
Outpatient Dental Health Care Finance Package
Orally Fit Child (OFC) Campaign
Capacity Enhancement Program (CEP) for Public Health Dentists
AO 101 s. 2003 dated October 14, 2013-
National Policy on Oral Health

AO 2007-0007 dated January 3, 2013 -
Guidelines in the Implementation of Oral Health Program for Public Health Services in the Philippines

Guidelines
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