Clinical Health Promotion Centre

WHO Collaborating Centre: Implementation of Evidence-based Clinical Health Promotion

Alcohol/Drugs - Tobacco - Nutrition - Physical Activity - Co-morbidity

Clinical Health Promotion Centre

WHO Collaborating Centre: Implementation of Evidence-based Clinical Health Promotion

Alcohol/Drugs - Tobacco - Nutrition - Physical Activity - Co-morbidity

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Welcome to Clinical Health Promotion Centre - WHO Collaborating Centre for Implementation of Evidence-based Clinical Health Promotion.

Our mission is to work towards better health gain for patients, staff and community via clinical health promotion through;

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11 August 2017  Strong for surgery - strong for life
Updated meta-analyses announced recently show that shorter life style changes starting...

02 July 2017  FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION - More countries need to be included in clinical health promotion
A total of about 150 000 girls and women, born in, or with both parents (or mother)...

29 June 2017  Strong for Surgery-Strong for Life
Unhealthy living habits increase the risk of complications after surgery. It is well...

Professor Talks

Becoming a patient is a critical stage in life for most people. The illness and the treatment are often stressful - physically as well as mentally. It is therefore important to improve treatment results and promote faster recovery - both for the individual patient and for the society at large.

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Professor Talks


05 May 2016  Professor Talks
Becoming a patient is a critical stage in life for most people. The illness and the...

Myth of the Month

"If you have bad genes there´s not much you can do – it’s fate"

 

Many see genetic risk as an unevitable fate, but for cardiovascular disease it does not seem to be the case. A new study shows clearly that even those with high genetic risk can reduce risk with life style changes to the same level as for people with low genetic risk. It is possible to change the course of genetic risk – that is the truth! 

http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1605086

 

 

 

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Myth of the month


13 January 2017  If you have bad genes there´s not much you can do – it’s fait
Many see genetic risk as an inevitable fate, but for cardiovascular disease it does not...