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Kommande disputation

Published: 10 October 2019

"Karen Hovhannisyan i ämnet klinisk medicin med inriktning hälsa och kroniska sjukdomar"


Time: 2019-12-19, 13:00
Place: Meddelas ca tre veckor innan disputationsdag.
Avhandlingens titel: VIP (Very Integrated Program): Health Promotion for Patients with Alcohol and Drug Addiction.

Huvudhandledare: Hanne Tønnesen 

Fakultetsopponent: professor Peter Allebeck, Stockholm
Ordförande vid disputationen: professor Inger Kristensson

New article published

Published: 27 June 2019

"Compliance with the Very Integrated Program (VIP) for smoking cessation, nutrition, physical activity and comorbidity education - among patients in treatment for alcohol and drug addiction"

Meeting adherence is an important element of compliance in treatment programmes. It is influenced by several factors one being self-efficacy. We aimed to investigate the association between self-efficacy and meeting adherence and other factors of importance for adherence among patients with alcohol and drug addiction who were undergoing an intensive lifestyle intervention. The intervention consisted of a 6-week Very Integrated Programme.

Read more

 

Learn how to lead sleep groups - a course for district nurses in primary care

Published: April 30 2019

The course is primarily aimed at district nurses and nurses working in primary care who are interested in sleep and insomnia treatment for adults.

Language: Swedish 

Time and Place:

2-3 October 2019

Venue: Clinical Health Promotion Centre, Malmö

Read more

Sign up for next course in Gold Standard Programme

Published: 21 March 2019

We arrange Gold Standard Programme (GSP) courses on smoking and alcohol cessation intervention for staff in health care. The GSP course is related to the national initiative smoke free operation and the aim is to reduce surgical complications related to smoking and alcohol. After completing the course, participants can intervene patients in intensive smoking and alcohol cessation treatment. The courses are arranged in collaboration with Lund University, WHO-CC Evidence-based Health Promotion in Hospitals & Health Services and Addicition Centre, Region Skåne.

Read more

World No Tobacco Day – Seminar

Published: 19 March 2019

We arrange a seminar together with Region Skåne, Kunskapscentrum levnadsvanor och sjukdomsprevention, May 29, in Malmö.

 

The theme this year is "tobacco and lung health", and the purpose is to provide new knowledge and highlight news and ongoing activities within the tobacco field.

The presentations are in Swedish.

 

For more information and registration click here

 

New article published

Published: 13 March 2019

'Bedside tests for predicting difficult airways: an abridged Cochrane diagnostic test accuracy systematic Review'

Although bedside screening tests are routinely used to identify people at high risk of having a difficult airway,
their clinical utility is unclear. We estimated the diagnostic accuracy of commonly used bedside examination
tests for assessing the airway in adult patients without apparent anatomical abnormalities scheduled to undergo
general anaesthesia.

Read the article here

HPH Conference 2019: Online registration now open!

Published: 22 February 2019

Online registration for the 27th International Conference on Health Promoting Hospitals and Health Services in Warsaw, Poland, is now available!

Please click here to find all information concerning registration including the link to the online registration system.

New article published

Published: 17 December 2018

'Very Integrated Program (VIP): Smoking and other lifestyles, co-morbidity and quality of life in patients undertaking treatment for alcohol and drug addiction in Sweden'

Most patients with alcohol and drug addiction have other risky lifestyles and non-communicable diseases (NCDs), adding to their morbidity and pre-mortality.

Those are, however, potentially preventable. The aim was to identify and compare the patients in treatment for alcohol and drug addiction and identify important factors for high risk.

Read the article here

New Cochrane Review

Published: 3 December 2018

'Perioperative alcohol cessation intervention for postoperative complications'

Risky consumption of alcohol is a global problem. More than 3.3 million deaths annually are associated with risky use of alcohol. People with high alcohol consumption often require planned and emergency

surgical procedures.

 

The objective is to assess the effects of perioperative alcohol cessation interventions on rates of postoperative complications and alcohol consumption.

Find the Review here

Meeting of the World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centres to strengthen the capacity to tackle noncommunicable disease risk factors and to improve surveillance in the WHO European Region. Moscow, Russian Federation

Published 30 November 2018

The focus is to strengthen the capacity to tackle noncommunicable disease risk factors and to
improve surveillance in the WHO European Region.

New article published

Published: 17 October 2018

Implementing a salutogenic treatment model in a clinical setting of emergency child and adolescent psychiatry in Sweden. Emergency care in child and adolescent psychiatry often lacks a coherent treatment model. This study reports on the development and implementation of a salutogenic treatment model at the Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Emergency Unit in Malmö, Sweden

 

Read the article here

 

HPH Conference 2019: Call for abstracts now open!

Published: 16 October 2018

The 27th International Conference on Health Promoting Hospitals and Health Services will take place in Warsaw, Poland, May 29-31, 2019. The title is: "Balancing high tech and high touch in health care: Challenges and chances of digitalization and dialogue"

The call for abstracts is now open. For more information visit: https://www.hphconferences.org/warsaw2019/?L=0

 

Exciting visit

Published: 07 September 2018

Great day yesterday when The Swedish Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, visited our centre to listen to some of our latest research.

National project on the effect of stop-smoking interventions

Published: 20 September 2018

Please visit www.rokstoppsprojektet.se and hear Matz Larsson, Associate Professor at Clinical Health Promotion Centre, talk about the new national project on the effect of stop-smoking interventions for different groups of smokers in Sweden.

 

New article published

Published: 22 August 2018

Staff experiences with strategic implementation of clinical health promotion: A nested qualitative study in the WHO-HPH Recognition Process RCT

 

Read the article here

 

Summer Greeting

Published: 29 June 2018

 

A big thank you to all who has supported our work towards more effective treatments and better helth gain for patients.The centre will be closed during the holiday in the month of July. We look forward to an exciting autumn with new collaborators and fruitful projects.

We wish you all a pleasant summer!

 

New article published

Published: 13 June 2018

 

"Effectiveness of the Gold Standard Programme (GSP) for smoking cessation on smokers with and without a severe mental disorder: a Danish cohort study"

 

Read the article here

 

No alcohol prior to surgery

Published: 02 May 2018

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

 

Sign up for next course in Gold Standard Programme

Published: 12 June 2018

We arrange Gold Standard Programme (GSP) courses on smoking and alcohol cessation intervention for staff in health care. The GSP course is related to the national initiative smoke free operation and the aim is to reduce surgical complications related to smoking and alcohol. After completing the course, participants can intervene patients in intensive smoking and alcohol cessation treatment. The courses are arranged in collaboration with Lund University, WHO-CC: Evidence-based Health Promotion in Hospitals & Health Services and Addicition Centre, Region Skåne.

 

Date: October 29 - October 30 + November 15 and December 6 - 2018 (3½ days)

Last registration date: October 15 -2018

More information here

 

World No Tobacco Day – Seminar

Published: 24 April 2018

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

 

HPH Conference - Early Bird registration ends April 22

Published: 19 April 2018

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

Register for the 26th International HPH Conference

Published: 23 March 2018

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

WHO-CC Annual Report

Published: 12 March 2018

Each year on February 10, which is the anniversary of our designation as a WHO Collaborating Centre we deliver a annual report to WHO Europe.

 

The 2017-2018 WHO-CC for Implementation of Evidence-based Clinical Health Promotion is now available. The report outlines centre activities and accomplishments from the past year.

 

2017-2018 WHO-CC Annual Report

 

 

New accepted article

Published: 13 March 2018

 

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

 

Video interview with Professor Hanne Tönnesen

Published: 25 January 2018

Watch this newly released video interview with Hanne Tönnesen conducted by Daniel Swärd in his nonprofit project "Inspiring People".

 

Find the interview here

 

Publication of LIVE INCITE Request for Tenders

Published: 24 January 2018

The LIVE INCITE project - funded by EU, coordinated by Stockholm County Council, and including Hospital Clinic Barcelona and Bispebjerg-Fredriksberg Copenhagen - challenges the market to develop a digital solution to support life-style changes related to surgeries. The aim is to reduce complications from surgeries related to risk factors such as smoking and risky drinking. Market stakeholders are invited to submit offers to participate in a pre-commercial procurement (PCP) process over three phases (solution design, prototype development, and original development and pilot). See here for more information and here for download of the Request for Tenders.

 

 

Interview with Professor Hanne Tönnesen

Published: 24 January 2018

Stop smoking and alcohol drinking before surgery reduces the risk of complications. Read the interview with Professor Hanne Tönnesen here

Merry Christmas!

Published: 21 December 2017

2017 was a great year for our WHO-CC and we are so grateful for the strong support and collaboration we have received, to our work towards more effective treatments and better health gain for patients.

Worldwide, implementation is a major challenge in the clinical health care, therefore the focus in our WHO-CC is on the very new model for Fast Track Implementation including development of useful definitions and description of business cases. This focus will continue for the coming years.

A few highlights from 2017: Presentation of new evidence, Publication of 15 scientific articles + 1 book chapter, Implementation seminar on evidence-based teaching, New business case, among many other activities.

 

We are looking forward to next year and want to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

 

Last chance to sign up for the next course in Gold Standard Programme

Published: 04 January 2018

We arrange Gold Standard Programme (GSP) courses on smoking and alcohol cessation intervention for staff in health care. The GSP course is related to the national initiative smoke free operation and the aim is to reduce surgical complications related to smoking and alcohol. After completing the course, participants can intervene patients in intensive smoking and alcohol cessation treatment. The courses are arranged in collaboration with Lund University, WHO-CC: Evidence-based Health Promotion in Hospitals & Health Services and Addicition Centre, Region Skåne.

 

Date: January 22 - January 23 + February 26 - 2018

Last registration date: January 8 -2018

More information here

HPH Conference 2018: Call for abstracts now open

Published: 07 December 2017

The 26th International HPH Conference will take place in Bologna, from June 6-8. The title is:

“Health promotion strategies to achieve reorientation of health services: evidence-based policies and practices”

 

The call for abstracts is now open. For more information visit: https://www.hphconferences.org/

 

Two new articles published

Published: 30 November 2017

Pernilla Garmy, Post Doc at WHO-CC, is one of the authors of two new published articles: 

Insufficient Sleep Is Associated with Obesity and Excessive Screen Time Amongst Ten-Year-Old Children in Sweden

School Nurses’ Experiences Working With Students With Mental Health Problems

 

 

New published article

Published: 27 November 2017

Self-reported needs for improving the supervision competence of PhD supervisors from the medical sciences in Denmark

 

Quality of supervision is a major predictor for successful PhD projects. The aim of this study was to explore PhD supervisors' self-reported needs and wishes regarding the content of a new program in supervision, with a special focus on the supervision of PhD students in medical fields.

Overall, the results indicated a general interest in improved competence and development of a new supervision programme. Those who were not interested argued that, due to their extensive experience with supervision, they had no need to participate in such a programme. The analysis revealed seven overall themes to be included in the course. The clinical context offers PhD supervisors additional challenges that include the following sub-themes: patient recruitment, writing the first article, agreements and scheduled appointments and two main groups of students, in addition to the main themes. In conclusion, the PhD supervisors reported the clear need and desire for a competence enhancement programme targeting the supervision of PhD students at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences. Supervision in the clinical context appeared to require additional competence.

 

Read the article here

Tobacco-free week in Sweden

Published: 21 November 2017

Tobacco smoking is still one of the main risk factors for Swedish burden of diseases and it contributes largely to inequity in health. Each day someone dies from the consequences of tobacco. Tobacco-free week is a national campaign working for a smoke-free Sweden. It is also a part of the national work "Tobacco Endgame - Smoke Free Sweden in 2025".

Photo: Tobaksfakta

Yesterday’s seminar: Are we doing what’s best for the patients?

Published: 23 November 2017

 

Great enthusiasm yesterday when 90 persons attended our seminar "New knowledge about education in patient-oriented health promotion - Are we doing what’s best for the patients?"

Staff and patients need more knowledge and evidence-based education in clinical health promotion! That’s one of the conclusions from yesterday’s seminar.

Representatives from Lund University, the health care sector, patient organizations, regional and national decision makers attended. Seven presentations covering different aspects and a panel discussion with six representatives.

Some of the interesting topics were: new plans for a Master of Clinical Health Promotion, a good example from the University Hospital in Malmö where they have an active lifestyle programme for patients before kidney transplant, and we need a complete curriculum for education in patient-oriented health promotion.

 “We need to prioritize and work together - taking one thing at a time” was one of the final comments in the panel discussion.

Last conclusion: Are we doing whats best for the patients? – Not yet, but we are working on it!

 

Seminar November 22n

Published: 14 November 2017

Last chance to sign up for our seminar on November 22nd in Malmö (16/11 at latest).

 

"New knowledge about education in patient-oriented health promotion - Are we doing whats best for the patients?"

 

Welcome to a seminar where knowledge about education in patient-oriented health promotion is presented and discussed. Representatives from health care, politics and education nationally and regionally are on the list of speakers.

 

Date & Time: 22nd November 2017, 12:30 PM-16:00 PM

Venue: CRC Aula, Jan Waldenströms gata 35, Malmö

The seminar is free and presentations are in Swedish

 

To register send an email to info@whocc.se

 

Welcome!

 

Projects on sleep, health and lifestyle in school-aged children and adolescents

Published: 25 October 2017

Pernilla Garmy, Post Doc at WHO-CC, has two ongoing projects on sleep, health and lifestyle in school aged children and adolescents. Find more information about the projects below:

Sleep and lifestyle in school age children

The effects from delayed school start on adolescent sleep, health and school performances

 

Another Swedish region introduces alcohol stop prior to surgery

Published: 12 October 2017

Region Östergötland accepted last week the proposal - to introduce alcohol stop prior to surgery. Great news which will decrease the risk of postoperative complications and promote faster recovery for patients.

 

Read more in Swedish here

 

New published article

Published: 02 October 2017

New article published in Läkartidningen about: Lifestyle factors being overlooked in Swedish National Quality Registries for Surgery.

 

Find the article here

 

 

Sign up for Seminar Nov 22nd

Published: 05 October 2017

Do not forget to register for this exciting seminar arranged by WHO-CC on November 22nd in Malmö.

"New knowledge about education in patient-oriented health promotion - Are we doing whats best for the patients?"

 

Welcome to a seminar where knowledge about education in patient-oriented health promotion is presented and discussed. Representatives from health care, politics and education nationally and regionally are on the list of speakers.

Date & Time: 22nd November 2017, 12:30 PM-16:00 PM

Venue: CRC 2, Jan Waldenströms gata 35, Malmö

The seminar is free and presentations are in Swedish

 

To register send an email to info@whocc.se

Welcome!

 

Sign up for Gold Standard Programme

Published: 25 September 2017

We arrange Gold Standard Programme (GSP) courses on smoking and alcohol cessation intervention for staff in health care. The GSP course is related to the national initiative smoke free operation and the aim is to reduce surgical complications related to smoking and alcohol. After completing the course, participants can intervene patients in intensive smoking and alcohol cessation treatment. The courses are arranged in collaboration with Lund University, WHO-CC: Evidence-based Health Promotion in Hospitals & Health Services and Addicition Centre, Region Skåne.

Sign up for the next course planned in January 2018.

 

More information here

 

New article about the Gold Standard Programme

Published: 20 September 2017

Read a new article about the effectiveness of the Gold Standard Programme compared with other smoking cessation interventions in Denmark.

Find the article here

       

Seminar November 22nd

Published: 12 September 2017

Save the Date for this exciting seminar, arranged by WHO-CC in Malmö on November 22nd 2017.

"New knowledge about education in patient-oriented health promotion"

 

More information and registration will come in due course.

Strong for Surgery-Strong for Life

Published: 11 August 2017

Updated meta-analyses announced recently show that shorter life style changes starting before surgery have a positive effect for patients. Complications after operations can be reduced by up to 50% this way. Only intensive programs aiming at cessation of smoking and alcohol 4-8 weeks, starting before surgery have an effect on risk reduction at surgery.

- Quitting of smoking and risky drinking is part of good perioperative care that should be offered to all patients in need, says professor Hanne Tönnesen from Lund University.

Read more: Strong for Surgery-Strong for Life

New published article

Published: 12 September 2017

Written Examinations in Swedish Medical Schools: Minds Molded to Medicate?

 

"Today, there is overwhelming evidence for the importance of lifestyle factors in the prevention and management of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs)"

 

Read the interesting article here

 

 

FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION - More countries need to be included in clinical health promotion

Published: 02 July 2017

A total of about 150 000 girls and women, born in, or with both parents (or mother) from, one of the 29 countries listed by EIGE (European Institute for Gender Equality) are registered in Sweden. These 29 countries are listed as high risk for female genital mutilation by EU and UNICEF and therefore recommended to be included when estimating national risk.

-  We would like the Swedish national estimation to have a broader perspective and include more countries than today, says Vanja Berggren project coordinator. Since many years our Nordic neighbouring countries include more listed countries for example from the Middle East. That would have an important impact on the Clinical Health promoting work in Sweden.

Read more: FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION - More countries need to be included in clinical health promotion

 

Strong for Surgery-Strong for Life

Published: 29 June 2017

Unhealthy living habits increase the risk of complications after surgery. It is well documented that preoperative smoking and drinking cessation programmes of 4-8 weeks duration, significantly reduce the increased risk of complications after surgery.

Strong for Surgery - Strong for Life is a project by Swedish Society of Medicine with the aim to increase safety for patients during surgery through intervention against unhealthy living habits, as well as reducing the risk of future illness by supporting the maintenance of a healthy lifestyle.

By integrating more effective programme for lifestyle intervention in the clinical setting, we can improve treatment results and promote faster recovery.

Read more (in Swedish) about the evidence and Strong for Surgery – Strong for Life here

Empower patients to support lifestyle change

Published: 16 May 2017

Supporting lifestyle changes, improving outcomes of care LIVE INCITE aims to empower patients and support lifestyle changes in order to improve outcomes of surgical procedures as well as cost effectiveness of healthcare providers. The EU funded project is a collaboration between Sweden, Spain and Denmark. LIVE INCITE will conduct a three-step precommercial procurement, where the majority of the EU funding will be allocated to the companies that participate in solving care challenges. The project is currently in its preparatory phase, which includes a market analysis. Companies can register their interest here: www.ted.europa.eu

Here you can find the recording of the Open Market Information meeting in Stockholm on May 9th 2017.

 

 

Join our Clinical Health Promotion Society

Published: 20 April 2017

For free you can now improve your knowledge about clinical health promotion and build a network via joining our scientific society. Please join; www.whocc.se/2016-05-12-08-17-14/join

Visit from South Africa on Capacity Building and Training

Published: 21 April 2017

Recently the center had a visit from Limpopo University, South Africa. The group consisted of clinicians and researchers. During their visit apart from getting a presentation of WHO CC, they were particularly interested in womens’ health programs in Sweden. In the region where they are active, northern South Africa, maternal health issues heavily needs to be strengthened.

The visit was planned and funded together with South African Medical research Council and FORTE (Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare)

Professor Linda Skaal, Public Health Specialist, Professor Tibogo Motiba, department of Nursing Science and Ms Matidze, manager for a maternal health unit in Limpopo Province in meeting with Professor Hanne Tönnesen and Vanja Berggren.

 

 

Clinical Health Promotion Society on the agenda at ongoing conference

Published: 11 April 2017

Health Promoting Hospitals and Health Services (HPH) are holding their annual conference in Vienna this week. Thor Bern Jensen, affiliated to the WHO CC, is holding a symposium on Friday April 14th, together with Jeff Kirk Svane. The theme is "How do I present my research?" 

 

To read more about the conference and symposiums; http://www.hphconferences.org/vienna2017/program/?L=0&tx_mhconferences_itinerary%5Bagendaitem%5D=385&tx_mhconferences_itinerary%5Baction%5D=show&cHash=3161b277b68dbf5c565a7481e87d7ed7

 

Gold standard programme for smoking cessation in Denmark works best

Published: 08 March 2017

A new study by Mette Rasmussen and Hanne Tönnesen has just been published on BMJ open. The study compared different smoking cessation programmes. 

Read more here

 

 

The center celebrates one year

Published: 16 February 2017

Since the designation of the center in February last year some of the highlights include a new PhD, several articles published, the launch of the web page and the official opening in May 2016.

 

Read more: The center celebrates one year

Patients with high genetic risk can reduce risk with life style changes

Published: 13 January 2017

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  

New PhD focuses on immigrants’ health

Published: 01 February 2017

Vanja Berggren works her first week at the centre and will start a research study. Her focus is on life-style behaviour among immigrants in Sweden and the effects on their health. Vanja has earlier conducted research in African settings and taught in the Middle East as well as at Lund university.

Read more

Study on schoolchildren's health in Sweden published

Published: 18 November 2016

Results show that physical and mental health of schoolchildren in high-risk areas was perceived as worse than that of children in low-risk areas.

Read more: Study on schoolchildren's health in Sweden published

 

New study about life style factors and surgery well on it’s way

Published: 18 November 2016

A study lead by Professor Hanne Tönnesen– is ready to be published within short. The aim of the study is to evaluate if life style factors are reported to national surgical quality registers. Secondly, if preoperative interventions and postoperative complications, related to preoperative life style factors and interventions are registered.

 

New researcher at WHO CC writes about snuff and E-cigarettes

Published: 11 November 2016

Senior Consultant David Chalom from the department of Orthopedics at Hässleholm-Kristianstad-Ystad is a new Ph D at the centre. His main project has the title ”Snuff, E-cigarettes and other lifestyles related to orthopedic outcomes".

 

New award-winning literature for students

Published: 29 August 2016

Nurses will learn more about smoke-free and alcohol-free surgery in the new Swedish literature: Omvårdnad och kirurgi. Read chapter 6 written by Professor Hanne Tönnesen about tobacco and alcohol as risk factors in surgery.

Swedish University Hospital introduces preoperational alcohol stop

Published: 19 September 2016

Akademiska sjukhuset, Uppsala University Hospital, will introduce alcohol stop prior to surgery in Orthopaedics and hand surgery. The purpose is to avoid complications and faster recovery for patients. The project will start the 1st of October with those two clinics, the aim is that all operations at the hospital will have preoperational alcohol stop in the future. Akademiska sjukhuset is the third hospital in Sweden introducing such a programme for patients. Skåne University Hospital in Malmö and Visby hospital are already up and running with similar programmes. The hospital will also actively ask patients about alcohol consumption and offer help to lower consumptions for patients with a risk consumption.

 

Read more in Swedish here

Medical students will learn more about tobacco and treatment

Published: 29 August 2016

Swedish medical students will learn more specific about tobacco and treatment as part of Addiction Medicine at Lund University

 

Explorative meeting in Lund

Published: 27 June 2016

An explorative meeting about establishing a Swedish branch of the Nordic Cochrane Center, took place at the Pufendorf Institute in Lund.

Scientific Journal: ClinHP

Published: 14 May 2016

Scientific Journal of Clinical Health Promotion: Editorial Secretariat now at Lund

http://www.clinhp.org/

Grand Opening

Published: 06 May 2016

The grand opening of the new WHO Collaborating Centre!

                                                                                                                      

May 16 the grand opening of the new WHO Collaborating Centre will be held at Biskopshuset in Lund with invited researchers, health care staff, politician and other collaboration partners. We looking forward to officially start up the work towards improved health benefit for patient

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