Track 10: Health Promotion
The process of empowering people to exert more control over and make improvements to their health is known as health promotion. It shifts away from an emphasis on personal behavior and toward a variety of societal and environmental interventions.
The practice of empowering people to exert more control over and improve their health is known as “health promotion.” 1998 Health Promotion Glossary.
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An overview of Health Promotion History
Ottawa hosted the first International Conference on Health Promotion in 1986, largely in response to the rising hopes for a global public health movement. In order to accomplish “Health For All” by the year 2000 and beyond, it spurred a number of efforts by international organisations, national governments, and local communities. The Ottawa Charter highlighted three primary tactics for health promotion: advocate (to increase the variables that promote health), facilitate (to allow all individuals to attain health equity), and mediate (through collaboration across all sectors).
The global principles and action areas for health promotion have since been defined. The 9th global conference (Shanghai 2016), with the theme “Promoting health in the Sustainable Development Goals: Health for all and health for all,” recently brought attention to the crucial connections between promoting health and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The Shanghai Declaration offers a framework through which governments can make use of the transformative potential of health promotion while also advocating for strong political initiatives to quicken national action on the SDGs.
Adult Health Promotion
- Assisting smokers to stop.
- Increasing Access to Nutritionally Sound Foods and Exercise.
- Keeping Abuse of Alcohol under Control.
- Encouraging disease management and lifestyle changes.
- Fostering the reproductive health of women.
- Encouraging the use of clinical preventive services.
- Encouraging the fluoridation of community water.
Subtracts of Health Promotion:
- Health communication
- Health education policy
- Systems and environmental change
- A stable eco-system
- Social justice, and equity
- Sustainable resources
Universities of Health Promotion:
- Middle Tennesse State University
- Arizona State University
- Simmons University
- Miracosta College
- George Mason University
- Claremont Graduate University
- University of Tennessee
- George Washington University
- Oklahoma State University
Health Promotion Associations:
- American Academy of Health Behaviour
- American Association for Health Education
- American College Health Association
- APHA – American Public Health Association
- ASHA – American School Health Organization
- Association of University Programs in Health Administration
- ESG – Eta Sigma Gamma
- Health Care Education Association
- Mesothelioma + Asbestos Awareness Centre
- Society for Prevention Research
- SOPHE -Society for Public Health Education