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The 2nd International forum of Health Promotion Research in Trondheim, Norway, organized by the Center 25.-27. August was a great success

Health promotion theory, ongoing research and practice was discussed for three days with approximately 150 participants.  The picture is from a panel debate on the future...

The 2nd International forum of Health Promotion Research in Trondheim, Norway, organized by the Center 25.-27. August was a great success

Health promotion theory, ongoing research and practice was discussed for three days with approximately 150 participants. 

The picture is from a panel debate on the future challenges of health promotion research. In the panel was Professor Magnus Sverke, University of Stockholm, Professor Helen Berry, University of Canberra, Professor Ilona Kickbush, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Professor Maurice Mittelmark, University of Bergen and Professor Bengt Lindström, NTNU and The Global Working Group on Salutogenesis.

More information and key notes are available at www.ntnu.edu/healthforum.


The 2nd International Forum on Health Promotion Research is now open for registration and abstracts submissions.

News about the conference will also show up on Twitter: @geirae

The 2nd International Forum on Health Promotion Research is now open for registration and abstracts submissions.

News about the conference will also show up on Twitter: @geirae


Collaboration with Luleå University in Sweden

The Center takes part in a collaboration called "Health on thin ice" with Luleå Universiyy in Sweden  and Oulu University in Finland.  Read more about the project here . ...

Collaboration with Luleå University in Sweden

The Center takes part in a collaboration called "Health on thin ice" with Luleå Universiyy in Sweden  and Oulu University in Finland.  Read more about the project here.


On October 18 the PRACTA started with a kick-off meeting in Warsaw.

http://www.wum.edu.pl/2013-10-18-spotkanie-inauguracyjne-polsko-norweskiego-projektu-badawczego-practa Gørill Haugan and Geir Arild Espnes were attending form us. More on the meeting here...

On October 18 the PRACTA started with a kick-off meeting in Warsaw.

http://www.wum.edu.pl/2013-10-18-spotkanie-inauguracyjne-polsko-norweskiego-projektu-badawczego-practa
Gørill Haugan and Geir Arild Espnes were attending form us.
More on the meeting here on the home pages of Warsaw Medical University (in Polish).
Professor Geir Arild Espnes from our Center presented an academic speech.


Aaron Anonovskys "Health, Stress and Coping" available as e-book

Aaron Antonovsky's first book "Health, Stress and Coping" (Jossey-Bass, 1979) is now available as en e-book for free.

Aaron Anonovskys "Health, Stress and Coping" available as e-book

Aaron Antonovsky's first book "Health, Stress and Coping" (Jossey-Bass, 1979) is now available as en e-book for free.

Fill out the form and send it by e-mail or fax to Avishai Antonovsky. Contact information is provided in the form. You will then receive a personal copy (pdf) of the book by e-mail.

Coming New International Forum:
Conference "Next Health" in Trondheim, Norway
25 - 27 August 2014

Go to the conference website

Contact RCHPR

Email:
mail@svt.ntnu.no

shf@hist.no

bard.li@svt.ntnu.no

 

Telephone:

Director:
Professor Geir Arild Espnes
+47 901 65 153

 

Assistant Director:

Assosiate Professor Monica Lillefjell
+47 907 76 570

 

Administration:

Advisor Bård Li
+47 73 55 10 23

 

Visiting adress:
NTNU Dragvoll
Building 11, level 5

 

Postal adress:

Research Centre for Health Promotion and Resource NTNU/HIST
NO-7491 Trondheim
Norway