Health promotion

Conference programme, day 4

Parallel sessions, day 4 - 14:00 - 15:30

A) Reducing inequalities: Life course approach

  • Children, health and society - Frances Fitzgerald, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Ireland
  • Promoting health and equity in schools - Goof Buijs, Manager, Schools for Health in Europe network, The Netherlands
  • Ageing - Barbro Westerholm, AGE Platform Europe, Sweden

B) Reducing inequalities: Integrated Policies

  • Lessons learnt - national action plan on inequities and health, Hannele Palosuo, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland, Tone B. Torgersen, The National Institute for Public Health, Norway, (speaker three tbc)

C) Better Governance: HiAP in national and local policy making

  • Regional level - David Pattison, NSH Health Scotland, United Kingdom
  • Local level - Petteri Paronen, Mayor of Kuopio, Finland
  • Public health policy - The European Action Plan for strengthening Public Health, Anna Korotkova, Federal Research Institute Health Organization and Informatics Ministry of Health Russian Federation

D) Better Governance: Partnership

  • From Stability Pact to Health in All Policies (SEEHN) - Svetlana Cotelea, Ministry of Health, Republic of Moldova
  • Violence and injury - Joanne Vincenten, Child Safety Alliance, United Kingdom
  • Capacities for health promotion and Health in All Policies, Margaret Barry, National University, Galway, Ireland

E) Priority Areas: Progree in NCD

  • National and regional progress in NCD prevention and control - Julia Critchley, St George´s, Univeristy of London, UNited Kingdom, Sergey Boytsov, State Scientific Research Institute of Organization and Information of Health Care, Russian Federation, Maris Jesse, National Public Health Institute, Estonia

F) Priority Areas: Mental health in all policies

  • Supporting early childhood development: the role of nursery care - Mirjam Kalland, Mannerheim League for Child Welfare, Finland
  • Mental health promoting schools - Jonathan Campion, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom
  • TBC - Dóra Guðmundsdóttir, Directorate of Health, Iceland