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Plenary Presentations

Plenary 1: Opening Lectures

Health 2020 and the European Action Plan for strengthening public health - the contribution of Health Promoting Hospitals and Health Care
Dr. Hans KLUGE, WHO-Euro (DNK)

Mind-body connection: Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) - Important implications for health services and systems

Kavita VEDHARA, Professor of Health Psychology, Division of Primary Care, School of Community Health Sciences, University of Nottingham (GBR)

Plenary 2: Psychoneuroimmunology and Empowerment for the Coproduction of Health

The Promise of Psychoneuroimmunology for Health-promoting Patient Interactions
Nancy L. MCCAIN, DSN, RN, FAAN, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond (USA)

Reducing stress through cultural competent health services

Dr. Antonio CHIARENZA, AUSL Reggio Emilia (ITA)

An integrated approach to physical and mental health - implications for health policy and practice

Dr. Jo NURSE, BM, MPH, MSc, FFPH, Senior Advisor Public Health Services, Division of Health Systems and Public Health, WHO Regional Office for Europe (DNK)

Health-oriented health system in Sweden
Olivia WIGZELL, Director for the Division for Public health and Healthcare, Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, Stockholm (SWE)

Plenary 3: Effects of Hospital Culture & Design

Culture and health: Practice implications from theory
Prof. Gunnar BJURSELL, Senior professor in molecular biology, Karolinska Institute, Gothenburg (SWE)

The Salutogenic Design Approach - The Search for Healthy Society
Alan DILANI, Ph.D., International Academy for Design and Health (IADH), Stockholm (SWE)

Plenary 4: Measuring patient-reported Health Outcomes

What are patient-reported health outcomes, and why do we need them for clinical learning?
Prof. Margareta KRISTENSON, Linköping University (SWE)

Subjective pain measurement in clinical routine: Implications for patients and staff
Dr. Simone TASSO, Veneto Region Outpatient Service (ITA)

The systematic use of an Health Literacy approach to transform health system equity, quality and outcomes
Prof. Richard OSBORNE, Chair of Public Health, School of Health and Social Development, Deakin University, Melbourne (AUS)

Plenary 5: Enabling more health oriented Health Services through more health oriented Health Systems

Making Health Promotion Your Daily Business - A Case Study of Health Oriented Healthcare Management in an HMO
Dr. Diane LEVIN-ZAMIR, PhD, MPH, CHES, Clalit Health Services (ISR)

A whole patient pathway perspective - past traditions and future trends in Västra Götaland

Ralph HARLID, Västra Götland Health Services (SWE)

Towards a more health oriented health service in Sweden
Sven OHLMAN, MD PhD, Director, Department of Knowledge Based Policy and Guidance at the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare (SWE)



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