Buijs Trends hps Europe ASCD-ISHN Symposium

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A presentation to the ASCD-ISHN symposium, Pattaya, Thailand August 23-25, 2013

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Buijs Trends hps Europe ASCD-ISHN Symposium

  1. 1. Trends and issues on HPS in Europe Goof Buijs 24 August 2013, Pattaya
  2. 2. led by CBO as WHO Collaborating Centre for School Health Promotion
  3. 3. SHE Network – Who are we? • 43 member countries: EU and EECA • National coordinators and SHE Research Group • Since 1992 • Support: WHO Euro, Council of Europe and EC • Focus: making HPS an integral part of policy development in education and health sector
  4. 4. Overview SHE 2013 • Support SHE network 2013 assembly/newsletters/social media • Capacity building autumn school, workshops • Advocacy 2 SHE factsheets/online school manual • Support research writing workshop, new research publication 11-9-2013 Title of the presentation 5
  5. 5. 4th HPS conference: Equity, Education & Health Theme 1: Innovative School-based Health Promotion (07.10.13): • Dominic Richardson • Bjørn Holstein Theme 2: Equity and School Health Promotion (08.10.13) • Oddrun Samdal • Serob Khachatryan • Glen Leverack Theme 3: Steps of sustainable change in School-based Health Promotion (09.10.13) • Margaret Barry • Allan Dyson • Gerjo Kok
  6. 6. Trendy topics HPS in Europe • Monitoring and research on evidence • Early childhood care and education • Early school leaving • Schools and community development • Child rights and prevention of violence • Promoting healthy lifestyles – Mental health promotion – Preventing overweight and school feeding • Communicable diseases (ECDC) 11-9-2013 Title of the presentation 7
  7. 7. Welcome to health promoting school in Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia) April 2013 8
  8. 8. Issues in Europe • Making better use of 30 years experience intersectoral collaboration • Focus on reducing inequalities in health • Support leadership of low and middle income countries in European region • Linking HPS with community development • Sustainable (public/private) funding 11-9-2013 Title of the presentation 9
  9. 9. contact • www.schoolsforhealth.eu • gbuijs@cbo.nl 11-9-2013 Title of the presentation 10

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