IUHPE Conferences

10th European Conference

10th IUHPE European Conference and 4th International Forum for Health Promotion Research will be taking place during 
24-26 September 2018, in Trondheim, Norway

The scientific program of the Conference will be developed around the theme, “Implementing Health Promotion in the Life Course - User Involvement in Practice and Research.” The conference aims to strengthen the role of health promotion in Europe as a source of innovative practices that are based on solid evidence by gathering health promotion practitioners, researchers and policy makers. 

The conference welcomes abstracts for oral presentations, workshops and poster presentations in areas and settings such as local communities, work life, health services as well as schools, education and upbringing.
Deadline for submission is 1 April 2018. For more information, check the conference website and the flyer.

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The conference is jointly organized by the IUHPE and the Center for Health Promotion Research at the Norwegian University for Science and Technology (NTNU-CHPR).   

Participating in the IUHPE European Conference and International Forum gives you a privileged access to two key initiatives in the field of Health Promotion. The UNESCO Chair and UNITWIN network on “Global Health and Education will be presented during the event and a European Alliance for Health Promotion Researchers will be launched benefiting from the presence of many of its potential members. These initiatives aim to contribute to the advancement of scientific knowledge in this field and to its transfer to both policy-making and practice. 


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