12th IUHPE European Conference on Health Promotion
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7th International Conference on Salutogenesis
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Medical University of Lodz - Poland

The 12th IUHPE European Conference on Health Promotion will be held on June 17-18, 2024, immediately followed by the 7th International Conference on Salutogenesis, June 19-20 in Lodz, Poland. As a premier event for the global health promotion community, the organizers invite professionals (e.g. researchers, health promotion practitioners in community settings, civil servants working on health-promoting policies and programming) from around the world for in-person participation, fostering direct engagement, networking, and collaboration.

The 12th IUHPE European Conference on Health Promotion, with the theme Health Promotion: Cultivating Change Through the Lifespan is co-organized by the Medical University of Lodz in collaboration with the Foundation for the Medical University of Lodz. These meetings evaluate the current state of knowledge and practice of health promotion, highlighting future challenges and shaping the agenda for progress in the field. The conference will play a significant role in disseminating health promotion research with an emphasis on facilitating health transformations at every stage of life.

Subsequent to this event, Lodz will also host the 7th International Conference on Salutogenesis focusing on Everyday life and crises as opportunities for salutogenic transformation. The conference is co-organized by the Society for Theory and Research on Salutogenesis (STARS) and aims at advancing and disseminating the theory and research of Salutogenesis, offering a forum for the discussion and sharing of pioneering approaches in salutogenic research, policy and practice.

Why should you come to Lodz in June 2024?

  • Opportunity to share something exciting you have been working on or a best practice you have developed – either by submitting your contribution or discussing it with colleagues more informally.
  • Get new ideas on international programmes, consortiums and projects.
  • Networking and relationship building. Learning from each other and pooling resources together is vital to develop new services and new skillsets.
  • Understanding current health and well-being issues within Europe and globally.
  • Improving your skills through our lectures and workshops.