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The International Health Development Research Centre, Faculty of Health & Social Science, University of Brighton. Professor John Kenneth Davies Director IHDRC. WHO 7 th Global Conference on Health Promotion 2005.

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The International Health Development Research Centre,Faculty of Health & Social Science,University of Brighton

Professor John Kenneth Davies Director IHDRC

who 7 th global conference on health promotion 2005
WHO 7th Global Conference on Health Promotion 2005

“Health must be placed at the centre of development and the active participation of civil society is crucial in this process”

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IHDRC Rationale for Health Development

  • a holistic concept
  • based on socio-ecological model
  • with salutogenic as well as pathogenic aspects
  • values based on principles of participation, empowerment, social justice and equity
  • focus on determinants of health
  • tackling inequalities in health
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SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT

RESOURCES

RISK FACTORS

INDIVIDUAL(S)

mental

social

HEALTH CAPACITIES

DISEASE

POSITIVE HEALTH

ANALYTICAL PERSPECTIVES ONHEALTH DEVELOPMENT

PATHOGENESIS

SALUTOGENESIS

EUHPID HEALTH DEVELOPMENT MODEL(HP Outcome indicators)

HEALTH OPPORTUNITIES

HEALTH

physical

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Classifying indicators of health of individual(s)

Sub-dimension

Endpoints of health

Disease

Positive health

Social

Mental

Physical

Classifying indicators of health capacities of individual(s)

Sub-dimension

Endpoints of health capacities

Riskfactors

Resources

Social

Mental

Physical

Classifying indicators of health opportunities of the socio-ecological environment

Sub-dimension

Endpoints of health opportunities

Riskfactors

Resources

Supportive environment

Policy

Organisation/network

Community

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Ottawa Charter Action Areas: Reference point for Health Promotion Actions and Health Promoting Areas

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SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT

HEALTH PROTECTION

HEALTH OPPORTUNITIES

RESOURCES

RISKFACTORS

INDIVIDUAL(S)

HEALTHPROMOTION

PREVENTION

mental

social

DISEASE

POSITIVEHEALTH

HEALTH CARE

ANALYTICAL PERSPECTIVES ONHEALTH DEVELOPMENT

PATHOGENESIS

SALUTOGENESIS

EUHPID HEALTH DEVELOPMENT MODEL (Public health intervention approaches)

HEALTH CAPACITIES

HEALTH

physical

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HEALTHPROMOTIONPRINCIPLES

  • participatory
  • empowering- holistic
  • intersectoral
  • multistrategy- equitable
  • sustainable

HEALTH PROMOTION(HP Structure & Process indicators)

HEALTHPROMOTIONCAPACITY

- Health promotion (infra-)structure

- Systematic action cycle

HEALTHPROMOTION ACTIONS

- Supportive environment development

- Policy

development

- Organisational/network

development

- Community

development

- Competency building /

health education

ihdrc areas of work
IHDRC Areas of Work
  • Research
  • Education & training
  • Professional development
  • Consultancy
ihdrc core research areas
IHDRC Core Research Areas
  • Theoretical aspects of Health Development & Health Promotion
  • International Research, Education, & Professional Development in HP
  • Knowledge & Information Systems for HP Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Health Promotion Policy & Practice
  • Healthy Cities & Settings Approaches
research
International Visiting Researchers Programme

European Health Knowledge & Information

EUHPID

ECHIM

Health Systems WP

Indicators WP

Healthy Cities

Brighton & Hove Healthy City

WHO links

Health Promotion Policy & Practice in Europe

BEN 1&2; HP Source; EURO-MED; Gradient Bid; Everywhere; Nowhereland; Determine

In Asia

Korea & Japan

EU-Asia

In Africa

Cross-cultural Health – Health First

PG Feasibility

Research
education training
Education & Training
  • Brighton PG Courses
    • Masters – International HP, European HP, HP, HP & Education, HP & Management
  • EUMAHP 1 & 2
  • European Dimension of Health Promotion – Summer Schools
  • EU-Canada CEIHPAL Project
  • PHETICE Project
  • International PhD/Professional Doctorate
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The EUMAHP Programme

  • Funded by EC (DG SANCO) 1998-2004
  • Dedicated postgraduate core curriculum in countries of Europe*
  • Benchmarking to improve present pg training and meeting training needs

* See Davies, JK (2003) Expanding European Perspectives in Health Promotion, Health Education Journal Vol 62, No 2 pp125-132

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EU-Funded Masters Projects

European master in public health nutrition

19 EU-countries /universities involved

Stockholm leading university

European master in health promotion

14 EU-countries / universities involved

Brighton leading university

25 EU-countries/ universities involved

Amsterdam Leading university

European master in public health

72 institutions / schools involved

ASPHER-Paris leading organisation

European master in epidemiology

15 EU-countries / universities involved

Mainz leading university

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European Dimension of Health Promotion

  • Student centred, self-directed learning experience of European dimension in practice
  • Develop students perceptions of socio-cultural, political diversities & commonalities in health promotion
  • Planning for sustainability through training development
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Aims of PHETICE Project

  • Integrate public health training from EU member states & candidate countries into existing European programmes
  • Common understanding of core competencies within specialist areas
  • European professional & academic standards
    • Uniform quality control & joint degrees
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Aims of PHETICE Project

  • Further develop methods for PH training and integrate areas
    • Inequality; health monitoring; best practice
  • Publish & disseminate guidelines
    • For PH specialist training
  • Increase access to evidence based education and information to European PH specialists
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PHETICE Work Packages

  • Mapping PH/HP programmes in EU
  • Professional & academic standards /teaching & learning strategies
  • Programme linkage, curriculum, delivery
  • Prioritised issues, networking, guidelines
  • Websites & databases
  • Co-ordination
  • Dissemination of results
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Consensus Workshops

  • Consensus on theoretical model to underpin PHETICE
  • Consensus of core PH competencies
  • Best practice in specialist areas of PH
  • Best practice in delivery methods
the phetice model

The PHETICE Model

PROCESS

OUTCOME

STRUCTURE

outcome

Public Health in the EU

Target Groups

Health Models

OUTCOME

Populations

Communities

Groups

Individuals

EUHPID

Socio-economic

Health Map

ICF

ICD

structure

Institutions

Professionals

STRUCTURE

Mission

Capacity

Values

Values

Competencies

Performance

Functions

Performance

process

Implementation

and Evaluation

Assessment

and Analysis

Policy and

Planning

PROCESS

Communication

Information Processing

Teamwork

Leadership

the phetice model1

The PHETICE Model

PROCESS

OUTCOME

STRUCTURE

professional development
Professional Development
  • Integrating Mental Health Promotion – IMPHA 1&2
  • Professional Exchange Programme
  • PHETICE Competencies
  • Integrated Settings
  • Global & European HP Conferences
    • Turin 2008; Hong Kong 2010
  • UK HP Academics Forum
consultancy
Consultancy
  • International Union for Health Promotion & Education
    • European Region – IUHPE/CIPES Turin Centre
  • EC European Policy Forum, Brussels
  • Brighton & Hove Healthy City Partnership Board
  • WHO HQ – HP Conferences - Bangkok
  • External teaching
ihdrc current future plans
IHDRC Current & Future Plans
  • International Core Curriculum in HP
  • International Research Collaboration
  • Building Research-Practice Links
  • Health Inequalities Research
    • Including Migrants health/inter-cultural health
  • Health Promoting University
    • Including community university alliances
  • European/International Research Training
  • International Consultancy Brokerage
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