International Conference on Salutogenesis organized by the International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE), its Global Working Group on Salutogenesis, the Society for Theory and Research on Salutogenesis (STARS), and the Center of Salutogenesis (CoS) of the University of Zurich (UZH).
The course focuses on the multi-component factors and conditions of importance for sustainable leadership, from a system perspective (individual – group – workplace – organization – society). In these aspects, the course focuses especially on contemporary challenges such as creating attractive, inclusive and innovative workplaces. The course also applies a hands-on perspective of managerial work to support application in practice.
The Programme Organising Committee (POC) and the Boards of ASOI, EASO and WOF have worked dynamically together to create a vibrant platform which will bring together colleagues from every area of obesity research, prevention and management. Participants are clinicians, practitioners, physicians, nutritionists, surgeons and researchers – all experts and key opinion leaders in the field of obesity and its related conditions. The ECO-ICO2020 programme will include a mix of plenary lectures, oral communications, poster sessions and symposia.
This Conference is a part of a PEROSH project on ‘Prolonging Working Life’ that was initiated in 2018. It aims to determine push and stay factors regarding labour market participation of elderly workers across different European countries.
11th conference of HEPA Europe: An ecosystem approach to health enhancing physical activity promotionPalais de la Méditerranée, Nice (France)
HEPA Europe is a network that works for better health and wellbeing in the WHO European Region through more physical activity for all people. This Conference is the 11th and will focus on a wide range of issues, including policy, sports, active transport, determinants of physical activity, health outcomes, sedentary behavior, and many others.
Occupational health hazards have evolved with the world of work. In addition to the physical, chemical and biological risks, there are new risks arising from globalization, the dominance of the free market, or new technologies. Teleworking, staff downsizing, outsourcing, the increase in working hours and precariousness led to a threat to physical, mental and social health: psychosocial risks.
A global forum for the exchange of information and opinion by experts in safety and health, representatives of companies and employees, decision-makers from government and public authorities, social partners, and anyone active in the area of occupational safety and health. The Congress Programme will cover: Innovations in Addressing Longstanding Safety and Health Challenges; Implications of the Changing World of Work for Occupational Safety and Health and Advancing a Culture of Prevention.