Events

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30 - 40 - 50plus: Healthy Work in an Ageing Europe

Linz, Austria

The 5th European Conference of the ENWHP will conclude the 5th ENWHP initiative and to pursue the following objectives: 1. To disseminate the results of the 5th initiative; 2. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of ENWHP; 3. To address highly important topics on the political agenda.

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5th Nordic Health Promotion Research Conference

Ejsberg, Denmark

The conference entitled ?Health and Institutional Change? will take place on 15-17 June 2006 in Ejsberg in Denmark. It is organised by the South University of Denmark, IUHPE and the Danish National Institute of Public Health. The main themes will be: Evidence for Effective Practice Organizational Development and Health Health Promotion Economics Health Impact Assessment Healthy Public Policy Health Promotion Developments The deadline for abstracts is 15 November 2005. http://www.5nhprc.sdu.dk

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Comprehensive Workplace Health Promotion - An Innovative Strategy of Company Health and Productivity Management

Prague, Czech Republic

The 48th World Health Assembly and the WHO-EURO 3rd ministerial conference, 1999, stipulated that WHP is a corporate strategy complementary to occupational health crucial for prosperity and the cut-down of social spending. The multidisciplinary WHP needs a variety of professionals, incl. human resource managers, and is oriented to work conditions, job stress, life- and work-style health determinants, using employees´ health assessment tools to assist individuals or groups in behavioural modification and promotion of mental and behavioural health. Contact of further info: mhorvath.icohsatellite@seznam.cz

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Age Management: Working after 60?

Saariselkä Lapland, Finland

Background The demographic transition has pervasive effects on work life and society. The working population will be older, and this requires work life reforms to enable longer work careers for experienced workers. The employability rate for the 55-64-year-old working population has been set by the European Union to be 50% in the year 2010, which is about 10% higher than the average current rate in the member states. The actual retirement age, which is close to 60 years today, should be raised by 5 years. Working after the age of 60 should be strongly promoted and supported in order to reach this goal.

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Gezond in Bedrijf

Jaarbeurs Utrecht, Netherland

Gezond in Bedrijf 2006 (Health at Work 2006) organises a conference and trade show on Health Management for companies and public sector organisations. Main themes are Prevention, Absenteeism management and Reintegration. More than 90 exhibitors and 2500 trade visitors are expected. Partners are i.e. the Dutch Ministry of Social Affairs and NIGZ, member of the ENWHP. http://www.gezond-in-bedrijf.nl

Swiss National Congress for WHP

Fribourg, Switzerland

Background The demographic transition has pervasive effects on work life and society. The working population will be older, and this requires work life reforms to enable longer work careers for experienced workers. The employability rate for the 55-64-year-old working population has been set by the European Union to be 50% in the year 2010, which is about 10% higher than the average current rate in the member states. The actual retirement age, which is close to 60 years today, should be raised by 5 years. Working after the age of 60 should be strongly promoted and supported in order to reach this goal.

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8th National Health Promotion Conference

Aarau, Switzerland

Main Issues: Challenge "Healthy Body Weight" and Mental Health - Stress" http://www.gesundheitsfoerderung.ch/de/about/news/news_detail.asp?id=195

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