Hybrid conference for sharing knowledge and stimulating networking within the PEROSH institutes about the topic of prolonging working life. The conference is also open for non-PEROSH members. Abstract submission (extended deadline 1st May 2022.
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Health Enhancement Research Organization (HERO)annual conference. The HERO Forum is three days of Interactive breakout sessions, deep dives into current topics with experienced panels, and several keynote speakers working in the field.
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International 23rd Puijo Symposium - Physical exercise and Medical Care: Translation of Research Evidence to Everyday PracticeFinnkino Scala, Kuopio (Finland)
Symposium organized by Kuopio Research Institute of Exercise Medicine and the Foundation for Research in Health Exercise and Nutrition about Physical exercise and Medical Care: Translation of Research Evidence to Everyday Practice.
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The aim of the conference, as for the previous ones, is to share current knowledge, best practices and innovations, relating to wellbeing at work, in order to provide a coherent research agenda capturing challenges and changes in the world of work.
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In the online pre-conference of 24th IUHPE World Conference, the members of the IUHPE Global Working Group on Salutogenesis want to raise and discuss new questions to be addressed by Salutogenesis in current challenging times and want to explore applications of salutogenesis beyond health.
The School of Public Health of the Université de Montréal (ESPUM) is joining forces with the IUHPE to develop the 24th World Conference on the theme: Promoting policies for health, well-being and equity. This conference will be an opportunity for researchers, health practitioners, decision-makers, and other sectors critical to population health to exchange knowledge and share experiences on progress and challenges in better aligning policies for the promotion of population health equity and well-being.
To solve important limitations of current workplace health promotion, we need new approaches of how to intervene at work. “The Goldilocks Work Principle” is a new approach to how productive work can be designed to promote health and fitness. Goldilocks says that productive work tasks can and should be changed in a manner that will lead to workers getting fit and healthy only by performing their work. This NIVA course will address the Goldilocks approach to workplace promotion of health, guided by the vision “Workers should get healthier by performing their work”.
Sharing solutions in occupational health through and beyond the pandemic The 37 ICOH Scientific Committees, covering the full range of OSH fields, are contributing an exciting range of topics and speakers to lead the scientific program.
Ex4OSH 2021 conference will bring together an international and interdisciplinary audience of employers, workers, health and safety professionals, researchers, policymakers, and the academic community to address the need for an expanded focus for occupational safety and health (OSH).
Event co-organized by the National Institute of Safety and Health at Work (INSST) and the Canary Islands Institute of Occupational Safety to recognize WHP good practices (6th edition)
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