Summer School "A systems approach to the promotion of healthy lifestyles for healthy ageing across the life course"

  • Culture scientifique
  • Santé
  • Formation
Publié le 25 mai 2023 Mis à jour le 17 juillet 2023
Date(s)

du 18 juillet 2023 au 20 juillet 2023

From July 18 to 20, 2023 |

 WHO Europe in collaboration with the Université Côte d’Azur and the Ulysseus European University are hosting a 3-day summer school on : “A systems approach to the promotion of healthy lifestyles for healthy ageing across the life course” in Nice, France 18-20 July 2023. 

✅ If the Summer-school is relevant to your work, we would like to invite you to apply to the Summer-school and share further with potential candidates as well as relevant networks.

 

Day 1 agenda

18 July 2023, 09:00 – 17:00

Welcome & opening 

  • Stéphane Ngo Mai, Vice-President, Université Côte d'Azur
  • Hans Henri P. Kluge, Regional Director, WHO Regional Office for Europe
  • Gauden GaleaStrategic Adviser to the Regional Director, Special Initiative on NCDs and Innovation, WHO Regional Office for Europe


Morning: panel discussions and key-note presentations


Panel discussion
  • Hans Henri P. Kluge, Regional Director, WHO Regional Office for Europe
  • Stéphane Ngo Mai, Vice-President, Université Côte d'Azur
  • Iveta NagyovaPresident of the European Public Health Association
  • Milka SokolovićDirector-General of the European Public Health Alliance
Presentations
  • Healthier choices: Behavioural insights and behavioural economics to nudge people towards adopting healthy behaviours and combating NCDs, Iveta Nagyova, President of the European Public Health Association 
  • The need for ‘all of society approaches’ and engagement of civil society for the positive development of NCD prevention policies, Milka Sokolović, Director-General of the European Public Health Alliance
  • Systems thinking and complexity science for healthy living and healthy ageing, Ruth Hunter, Professor, Queen's University Belfast 
  • Promoting systems, resilience and well-being approaches in public health by enabling participative, forward-looking, and interconnected communities of practice of public health authorities, Dorota Sienkiewicz, Senior Policy Coordinator EuroHealthNet
Afternoon: Interactive sessions
  • How to use systems approaches to promote cross & multi sectorial collaboration? Nick Cavill, Senior Honorary Research Fellow, University of Bristol
  • Becoming a systems thinker, Chloe Clifford Astbury, Post-doctoral Fellow, York University, Ruth Hunter, Professor, Queen's University Belfast, Ione Avila-Palencia, Research Fellow, Queen's University Belfast
 

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