Health promotion

Conference programme, day 2


Parallel sessions, day 2, 11:00 - 12:30

A) Health promotion and urban planning (Veranda 4)

  • Process of urbanisation and health dynamics, Gérard Salem, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense / IRD, France
  • Healthy urban planning in Seoul, Park Sohyun, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea

B) Evaluation of HiAP (Helsinki hall)

  • Evaluation of Health in All Policies: Challenges and application, Fran Baum, Flinders University, Australia
  • Measurement in the evaluation of HiAP: extending the assessment of whether HiAP projects are effective, Adrian Bauman, University of Sydney, Australia

C) Local government as a key player in implementation (Veranda 2)

  • Local government as an arena for HiAp, Asa Cristina Laurell, CAESS, Mexico
  • Intersectoral/HiAP approaches to reducing health risks in New York City and California, Lynn Silver, California, United States

D) The role of the health sector in implementing HiAP (Finlandia hall)

  • How can the lessons learned from health equity integration inform and support consideration of health in the policies of other sectors? Mana Herel, Public Health Agency of Canada
  • Planning for noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) using a social determinants approach: An overview of national plan, Douglas Webb, United Nations Development Programme
  • The response to SARS/Avian Flu as an example of multisectoral action: Lessons learned, Regina Ching Cheuk-Tuen, Department of Health, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

E) How to engage the private sector? (Veranda 1)

  • Participation of private sector in health promotion, Lucero Rodriguez, Ministry of Health, Mexico
  • How to engage with private sector without compromising public health? Vera da Costa e Silva, FIOCRUZ, Brazil
  • How private sector interests can be combined with public health interests, Frank Dassler, World Federation of Sporting Goods Industries

F) Response to health inequity: The role of social protection and self-help measures in reducing poverty and achieving equality (Veranda 3)

  • Social protection floor, Xenia Scheil-Adlung, International Labour Organization
  • Implementation of social protection floor framework: Experiences from Zimbabwe, Sidney Mhishi, Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare, Zimbabwe
  • Cooperatives and micro-financing, Rakesh Srivastava, former DG Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, India
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