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Milestones, challenges and achievements of Health Promoting Hospitals and Health Services within 25 years of international conferencesProf.em. PhD Jürgen M. PELIKAN, WHO Collaborating Centre for Health Promotion in Hospitals and Health Care, AUT
Distinctive features of HPH in Taiwan: what made this network successful?Ying-Wei WANG, M.D., Dr. P.H., Director-General, Health Promotion Administration, Ministry of Health and Welfare Taiwan, TWN
Looking back, challenges ahead: a diagnosis for future scenariosRichard ALDERSLADE, MA., BM., BM.Ch, FRCP, FFPHM, Senior Advisor to WHO/Euro
SDGs and their implications for health promoting health careNittita PRASOPA-PLAIZIER, Technical Officer for Education and Capacity Development, WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific
Creating synergies between HPH and SDGsShu-Ti CHIOU, M.D., Ph.D., M.Sc., Adjunct Associate Professor of School of Medicine, National Yang-Ming University, TWN
The Austrian health targets: enabling healthy sustainable development on a national levelDr. Christina DIETSCHER, Austrian Federal Ministry of Health and Women's Affairs, Department of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
Health needs, challenges and opportunities of refugees and migrants on a global levelRoumyana PETROVA-BENEDICT, IOM Senior Regional Migration Health Manager for Europe and Central Asia, BEL
Refugees' and migrants' health: hands-on experiencesDr. Werner KERSCHBAUM, Secretary General, Austrian Red Cross, AUT and Rabee ALREFAI, M.D., General Surgeon, SYR
Contributions of HPH to meet health needs of refugees and migrantsAntonio CHIARENZA, PhD, Chair of HPH Task Force on Migration, Equity & Diversity, Local Health Authority of Reggio Emilia, ITA
Building climate resilient health systemsElena VILLALOBOS PRATS, Climate change and health team, Department of Public Health, Environmental and Social Determinants of Health, World Health Organization Headquarters, Geneva, WHO/PHE
Climate change and healthcare systems: A reciprocal relationship with risks and opportunitiesDipl.-Ing. Dr. Willi HAAS, Alpen-Adria University, Institute for Social Ecology Vienna, AUT
HPH & Environment: Achievements and contributions of the HPH Task ForceChin-Lon LIN, Chief Executive Director, Tzu Chi Medical Foundation and Chief, Task Force on Health Promoting Hospital & Environment, TWN
A critical review of reorienting health services: suggestions for next stepsProf. DDr. Ilona KICKBUSCH, Director Global Health Centre, The Graduate Institute, Geneva, CHE
Welcome and introduction: “The Task Force on Migration, Equity and Diversity”Antonio Chiarenza, Task Force Chair, AUSL of Reggio Emilia, Italy
What does MIPEX tell us about European health policies on responsiveness to diversity?David Ingleby, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Access to health care for vulnerable migrant groups: the economic argumentUrsula Trummer, Centre for Health and Migration, Austria
NONEMI (Norwegian Network of Migrant Friendly Hospitals) – Working together towards equitable health care servicesRagnhild Spilker, The Norwegian Centre for Migration and Minority Health, NAKMI, Norway
Cultural Equity in Healthcare Organizations: the Relation between Organizational Standards and Professional CompetencesManuel Garcia-Ramirez, CESPYD, University of Seville, Spain
Access to Language and Health Literacy for Refugee InclusionMarie Serdynska, Montreal Children’s Hospital, McGill University Health Centre, Canada
Using Video Remote Intercultural Mediation to provide equitable care to refugees and migrantsHans Verrept, FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment, Belgium