Centro Sperimentale per la Promozione della Salute e l’Educazione Sanitaria
The European Training Consortium in Public Health and Health Promotion (ETC-PHHP) organizes an annual summer  school focused on developing practical and theoretical tools to enhance health promotion strategies in Europe. The  course which is held each July/August, is conducted at post-graduate (Master) level and constitutes 200 hours of  formal study. The learning approach is based on salutogenic principles using a Pan-European perspective. Residential Summer Course From July 15 to July 28, 2018 STARTS 14TH of May 2018 with Distance Learning phase Host: University of Perugia Venue: University of Perugia  Residential: 80 hours  e-mail: Coordinator: Giuseppe Masanotti Experimental Center For health Promotion and Education, Department of Experimental Medicine,  University of Perugia  Residential: 80 hours Schedule: Classes run from Monday through Friday and take place in the morning and afternoon. Course aims The aim of the residential Summer School in Perugia is to provide an international and multidisciplinary forum for the  exchange of knowledge and skills and opportunities to explore: People-environment interaction in relation to the promotion of health and wellbeing (health promotion) Internal and external resources and mechanisms that enable people to participate fully in society System approaches to create synergy between Salutogenesis and Public Health The 2-week course opens with a 1-day International Concha Colomer Symposium (Payment information) which is  open to a wider audience of local and international professionals and academics with an interest in health promotion.  Both theoretical and practical elements of health promotion are included throughout the program, which  isunderpinned by an emphasis on participant interaction. (Programme)(Poster) This includes field visits to exemplary local program and opportunities for sharing knowledge and experiences with  international colleagues involved in promoting health in its broadest sense. All participants are involved in preparing a "country presentation" to present to all participants during the beginning of the course and will later engage in  developing a project (including a research component) as part of an international multidisciplinary working group.   WHO should come? All those that work or are interested in health promotion, public health and health or social care professions are all  welcome as are participants with a broad understanding of the concept of health. People who have a background or  interested in urban planning, education, social work, in research, management, practice or policy will find the course  stimulating and relevant. The course working language is English. The number of participants is limited to 30.   Experts and organizations involved Prof. Giuseppe Masanotti Experimental Centre of Health Promotion and Education, University of Perugia, Italy Prof. Giancarlo Pocetta Experimental Centre of Health Promotion and Education, University of Perugia, Italy Dr. Lenneke Vaandrager Coordinator the European Training Consortium in Public Health and Health Promotion, Health & Society, Department of Social Sciences, Wageningen University, The Netherlands Prof. Carlos Alvarez-Dardet Diaz The Public Health Research Group of the Universidad de Alicante, Spain Prof. Paolo Contu Department of Public Health, Clinical and Molecular Medicine University of Cagliari, Italy Prof. Bengt B. Lindström Department of Social Work and Health Science (ISH), Norwegian University of Science & Technology (NTNU), Norway Gwendolijn Boonekamp  Institute Sports & Exercise, MSc HAN University of applied Sciences, The Netherlands Dr. Anna Bonmati Faculty of Nursing, University of Girona, Spain  Prof. Eric Breton The Inpes Health Promotion Chair at the EHESP, EHESP School of Public Health, Rennes, France Dr. Arnd Hofmeister Independent German consultant and lecturer at Liverpool University, Germany Prof. Lynne Kennedy Department of Clinical Sciences and Nutrition, University of Chester, UK Dr. Gaby Ortiz Barreda  Department of Health Promotion and Development, University of Bergen, Norway Prof. Gordana Palekovic School of Medicine, Andrija Stampar School of Public Health, University of Zagreb, Croatia Prof. Elisa Chilet Rosell The Public Health Research Group of the Universidad de Alicante, Spain