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

Major interest in media the last few days, about Swedish doctors requiring patients to be alcohol-free before surgery.

For patients with excessive alcohol consumption, it may halve the risk of complications during the operation. This includes the risk of infections, wound complications, intensive care and death. Read the Swedish article published in DN here

We arrange a seminar together with Kunskapscentrum levnadsvanor och sjukdomsprevention, on World No Tobacco Day, May 31, in Malmö.

The focus is "Tobacco and heart disease", and the aim of the seminar is to inform and disseminate knowledge about the link between tobacco use and cardiovascular disease, and the chance of reducing the risk by quit using tobacco.

 

For more information and registration click here

 

The registration for the 26th International HPH Conference is open. The conference takes place in Bologna Italy June 6-8, 2018.  

There are reduced prices for HPH members, students and participants from developing countries. If your hospital or health services is a HPH member, you will be asked to give name of the institution at the registration.

Go to conference site

Please be informed that the deadline for Early Bird registration ends April 22, 2018.
 
Take the chance to register now for the very interesting conference on Health Promotion strategies to achieve reorientation of health services: Evidence-based policies and practices in Bologna, Italy.
 
For details on the program, please have a look here
Experiences of Cancer Rehabilitation: A Cross-Sectional Study
 
"More efforts should be taken to reach patients in need of cancer rehabilitation.
Additionally, more attention should be directed toward family members and young Children"
 
Read the article here