Forty years after Alma Ata and 30 years after the Ottawa Declaration, health promotion in and with communities remains a critical element for improving health.
The ongoing digital revolution brings new tools that can facilitate the dissemination of information, awareness and training of populations, the link between patients and health structures. These tools, especially mobile phones, also facilitate the active involvement of citizens.
These changes are present all over the world but represent a particular hope in resource-limited countries.
From two concrete situations (one in Cameroon and one in Kenya), the workshop proposes to explore how the dynamics of health promotion can be developed with digital tools.
|Heinrichs Nancy||NorWest Co-op||Canada||Chairman|
|Sozanski Gabriella||Alliance for Health Promotion||Switzerland||Chairman|
|Battisti Marco||Federazione Sanità||Italia||Membre|
|Chave Romain||Education and Solidarity Network||France||Membre|
|Girard Jean Pierre||Université du Québec à Montréal||Canada||Membre|
|Kadasia Bernard||Alliance for Health Promotion||Kenya||Membre|
|Kirkbride Michelle||NorWest Co-op||Canada||Membre|
|Roebbel Nathalie||Social Determinants of Health Unit, WHO||Switzerland||Membre|
|Shiroya Veronica||Heidelberg University||Germany||Membre|
|Tadjudje Willy||Louvain University||Belgium||Membre|