Spring School 2018 - First Day
From 23-25 April 20018 the Spring school on Whole of society approach and the role of primary health care in populations health, prevention and intersectoral action for health equity and well- being, was held in Ljubljana. It was organized by the Centre for Health and Development Murska Sobota with the support of the National Institute of Public Health and the Ministry of Health.
On Monday, April 23, the first day of the Spring School, the national day, was held. In the framework of the project "Upgrading and development of preventive programmes and their implementation in primary health care and local communities" and the project "Community approach model to health promotion and reduction of health inequalities in local communities" in support of the renovation of preventive programmes in health centres, training for providers from health centres and stakeholders from local communities titled "Community approach to health promotion and reduction of inequalities in health" took place in the Hotel City in Ljubljana.
The Spring School started with the address of Tatjana Buzeti, Director of the Directorate for Long-Term Care, Ministry of Health of the Republic of Slovenia, and Dr. Darina Sedlakova, WHO Head of Country Office in Slovenia.
Rade Pribakovič Brinovec, Head of the MoST Project, from the National Institute of Public Health, presented two projects: "Model of the community approach to health promotion and reduction of health inequalities in local communities - MoST" and "Upgrading and development of preventive programmes and their implementation in primary health care".
Tatjana Buzeti, Director of the Directorate for Long-Term Care, Ministry of Health of the Republic of Slovenia spoke about the Determinants of health and inequalities in health.
After a short break, Majda Pahor from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Ljubljana held a lecture on Community and community approach to health.
Experiences with community approach in Slovenia were presented by Tilka Jamnik from the Reading Badge at the ZPMS with a lecture Reading for health: family, library, community, and Mateja Štirn from the ISA Institute and her lecture First Aid Points for Victims of Violence: Community for Health.
Sanja Belec from the Employment Service of Slovenia presented a presentation titled "Experiences and the need for a community approach in strengthening the health of the unemployed and their ability to work" Dr. Ivanka Huber described the Establishment and operation of structures at the local community level according to the model of a community approach to health promotion and the reduction of health inequalities, while Neda Hudopisk from NIJZ OE Ravne na Koroškem talked about experiences with working in local communities.
The last part of the day was a workshop in groups: Challenges and opportunities for health and a better quality of life. The participants were classified into several groups and jointly identified the most important partners for the implementation of the community approach in the local environment and planned the next steps in the project. The groups reported back and then discussed the issue together and concluded the first day.
- Spomladanska sola 2018 - prvi dan.pdf (419.6 KiB)
- 01_Rade Pribakovic Brinovec: Izvajanje projektnih aktivnosti - skupnostni pristop.pdf (1.3 MiB)
- 02_Tatjana Buzeti: Neenakosti v zdravju.pdf (1.5 MiB)
- 03_Majda Pahor: Skupnost in skupnostni pristop k zdravju.pdf (1.1 MiB)
- 04_Tilka Jamnik: Branje za zdravje.pdf (1.0 MiB)
- 05_Mateja Stirn: Tocke prve pomoci za zrtve nasilja - skupnost za zdravje.pdf (2.8 MiB)
- 06_Sanja Belec: Skupnostni pristop NIJZ.pdf (1,013.4 KiB)
- 07_Ivanka Huber: Vzpostavitev in delovanje struktur na ravni lokalne skupnosti.pdf (945.2 KiB)
- 08_Neda Hudopisk: Izkusnje z delom v lokalni skupnosti.pdf (3.9 MiB)