We are pleased to announce the preliminary programme for the 24th IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion is now available online!
We have confirmed an exciting and informative programme in a variety of formats that will explore the conference theme Promoting policies for health, well-being and equity from multiple angles and offering multiple perspectives.
The following features represent well what IUHPE 2022 has to offer:
- 3 plenary sessions with leading experts in public health and health promotion from all over the world. We will share information on their inspiring careers here;
- 15 sub plenaries showcasing cutting edge innovative approaches to health promotion. The sub-plenary sessions are encouraged to be fun, critical, and to actively engage audience participation;
- 40 workshops at the end of the day covering a wide variety of topics: from discussions on Indigenous knowledge and approaches, to local and intersectoral action, health promotion values, planetary health, capacity building, knowledge transfer, advocacy, health literacy as well as tips on how to prepare a scientific publication and review for health promotion journals;
- 45 round tables and 23 lunches with an author promoting more interactive discussion and fostering networking during and after the conference;
- 15 symposia, over 50 parallel sessions and over 450 posters that bring together the state of the art in research, practice and policy-making and foster conversations across these areas and across sectors;
- Sessions in all three languages – English, French and Spanish – every day and across the schedule;
- Last but not least, an Art display in acknowledgement of its important role in health promotion practice.
If you have not registered yet, make sure you do so now before early-bird registration closes on January 24. Special rates are available to IUHPE members, so one more reason to join the community!
We are confident you will find this programme engaging and the most challenging aspect will be to choose which session to attend!
Last chance: The call for Late-breaking abstracts is open until January 24! It is an opportunity for the latest innovations and research to be included in the programme.