In response to the increasingly urgent health challenge of, among other things, the need to combat serious infectious diseases of the respiratory system, as identified by the World Health Organisation, the RESIDENTIAL HEALTH SOCIETY was established. POLAND BREATHES HEALTHY. [PZO SOJUSZ]. The initiative, which aims to develop systemic solutions and educate the public, was set up by patient organisations working in the field of health and chronic diseases.
The aim of establishing the Alliance for the Control of Respiratory Infectious Diseases. Healthy Breathing Poland. [PZO SOJUSZ] is to address the health problem of increasing incidence of infectious respiratory diseases and to identify long-term priority strategic solutions that should be taken in the short term to counter these life-threatening diseases.
The intention of SOJUSZU PZO will be to identify long-term systemic solutions aimed at avoiding unnecessary morbidity, reducing the proportion of hospital admissions due to avoidable respiratory infectious diseases and implementing effective disease prevention especially in high-risk groups, which include people with chronic diseases such as diabetes, asthma, COPD, cancer and heart disease. The activities of the PZO Alliance are also intended to raise the awareness of the general public about these respiratory infectious diseases through information and education activities.
The initiators of the PZO Alliance are NGOs representing patients with chronic diseases: Institute for Patients' Rights and Health Education, Polish Diabetes Association, Federation of Amazons Associations, National Association of Patients with Heart and Vascular Diseases EcoSerce, Polish Federation of Associations of Asthma and Allergic Diseases and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases.