Beneficial return on investment in Workplace Health Promotion - setting the evidence base for a sound allocation of activities
Working together to reduce stress at work - a guide for employees
Nutrition of workers - an important component of the national programme of nutrition policy in Slovenia
Workplace health promotion: how to encourage employees to be physically active
Leadership, organization and health at work: a case study of a Swedish industrial company
The top 10 emerging psychosocial risks are identified
Next to alcohol, tobacco is the most widely used stimulant
16TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HEALTH PROMOTING HOSPITALS
Berlin, Germany: 14th-16th May 2008
After the deadline for submission the scientific committee of the 16th International Conference on Health Promoting Hospitals received more than 300 abstracts from all 5 continents. Besides the European countries there are abstracts from Australia, Canada, USA, Taiwan and Korea.
The Scientific Committee will create an interesting program with parallel sessions and posters.
The Conference is an excellent opportunity to get to know more about the topic of health promotion from different perspectives and from different countries.
It will take place in the beautiful ?Langenbeck-Virchow-Haus? in Berlin Mitte.
- Quo vadis, HPH: Health promotion by re-orienting core business or by expanding into new services - or by both?
- Improving patient orientation: Safety, clinical evidence, cultural appropriateness
- Improving staff orientation: The challenge of an ageing workforce
- Improving community and public health orientation: Sustainability and corporate social responsibility
Until March 10th, 2008 you can profit from the early registration bonus. Register directly at: www.univie.ac.at/hph/berlin2008
"People are not made for modern life"
"Gaining a Competitive Advantage Through HPM"
- Wellness Strategies for the Aging Workforce
- Employee Engagement through Well-being Programs
- How to Measure Presenteeism and Prove Return-on-Investment
- Weight Management Programs at the Workplace
- Hypertension and Cardiovascular Disease - Managing a Global "Killer"
+ for the first time: Health Management Vendor Showcase
Featuring company case studies, breakout sessions and presentations by leading researchers, policy makers and health promotion experts.
Target audience: Human resource and business managers, occupational physicians and nurses, public health, health promotion and social security professionals
Location: Forum Uetlihof, Credit Suisse, Uetlibergstrasse 231, Zürich, Switzerland
Registration Fee: ?425 early bird rate (until June 1), ?495 (after June 1)
Contact: Wolf Kirsten at email@example.com
More details including the preliminary program and registration page to follow on the IHPM website www.ihpm.org.
European Pact for Mental Health and Well-being
EUROPEAN NANOSH CONFERENCE - NANOTECHNOLOGIES: A CRITICAL AREA IN OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH
3rd - 5th December 2007
The Conference will discuss global safety issues surrounding nanoparticles and nanotechnologies, in occupational safety and health in particular; and will provide an insight into future actions for assuring the safety, and thereby the future success of nanotechnology.
Further information at: http://www.ttl.fi/euronanosh
MoveEurope - Eating is one of the best things life has to offer
THE 10TH EUROPEAN HEALTH FORUM: SHAPING THE FUTURE OF HEALTH
3rd-6th October 2007
Bad Hofgastein, Austria
2007 the Gastein Forum celebrates its 10th anniversary. Under the motto "10 YearsGastein ? Shaping the future of health" main aspects and challenges of European Health Policy will be discussed from 3. to 6. of October with the delegates in order to develop potential solutions for the future.
Following the traditional Gastein approach we engage a broad range of stake-holders. Those participating in the event include senior policy and decisionmakers representing politics and government at EU, national and regional levels; business and industry; health care funders and service providers; civil society; as well as experts and researchers in health care and public health.
Besides the official programme, the event provides a vast array of opportunities for informal meetings, discussion and networking.