Creating health promoting environments
This year’s Health Promotion Conference takes place at the Creative Hub Garden in Tallinn on the 4th of July and the focus is set on ways to design health promoting living environments.
People’s health, development, behaviour and choices are heavily influenced by the surrounding living environment – physical, mental, social and digital as well as economic and political. While some aspects, such as the safety of the physical environment and the prevention of injuries have been discussed quite a lot, the environment’s impact on human behaviour or brain or the effect of space and design on health have received less attention.
The conference will present best practices and results of studies and develop innovative solutions through practical exercises. The HPP project team will also conduct two parallel sessions on the design of physical environment and on the different aspects of health in everyday choices.
The conference welcomes the participation of members of the safety and health boards and committees from counties and local governments, heads of local governments, social and welfare workers, health care professionals, employees and students from educational institutions, including universities and institutions of higher education, representatives of employers, ministries, government agencies, NGOs, media, spacial design professionals as well as all other interested parties.
Further information about the conference and registration will be available mid-April on this site as well as on www.tai.ee and www.terviseinfo.ee.
The conference is without charge; however, prior registration is required.
See you at the conference!
National Institute for Health Development
Estonian Health Insurance Fund
Ministry of Social Affairs
Tallinn University Haapsalu College
Haapsalu Vocational Education and Training Centre
Metropolia University of Applied Sciences
WHO Country Office in Estonia