Health Promotion Systems – a broad category that includes the supporting work and infrastructure that underpins the other health promotion work that the IUHPE does. This includes capacity building, advocacy, health literacy, surveillance, communications, evidence of the effectiveness of health promotion and the work of the global working groups and networks, evaluation frameworks, competencies, accreditation schemes, tools and experiences, research, transferability of implementation evidence and practice knowledge across culture, systems, structures and contexts, health indicators, and new technologies (websites, mobile phones, social networks).
Welcome to the ISECN website!
On our pages you find information about our work, interesting health promotion topics, people, literature and the latest conference and training updates.
We invite you to find out more about us and our parent organization, the International Union for Health Promotion and Education.
Sara Rodgers (London/UK)
Director of Communications:
Erika Bro (Te Anau/New Zealand)
Immediate Past Global Chair:
Emily Hennessy (Nashville/USA)
Founder and Faculty Adviser
Hope Corbin (Bellingham/USA)