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on "From Evidence to Pulic Health Policy and Practice"
2-3 September 2020, Department of Health Sciences and Medicine, University of Lucerne
The Swiss Public Health Conference is organised by The Swiss Society for
Public Health and the Swiss School of Public Health (SSPH+). Each year,
a Swiss academic institution assumes the role of host and takes the
Swiss Public Health Conference 2019 in Winterthur
Healthy children and adolescents
The manifest was officially launched at the Swiss Public Health Conference 2019 by its three sponsors, Swiss School of Public Health (SSPH+), ZHAW Health and Public Health Switzerland. Read more.
How healthy are our children?
Ursula Zybach and Daniel Frey in a daily talk with Martin Lehmann during the Swiss Public Health Conference in Winterthur on September 28 (only in German). Hören Sie mit.
Serra Asangbeh wins SSPH+ ScienceFlashTalk Award at the 2019 Swiss Public Health Conference
Serra Asangbeh, PhD student at the University of Bern and supervised by SSPH+ Faculty member Julia Bohlius, has won the second of two events of the 2019 SSPH+ ScienceFlashTalk Award at the Swiss Public Health Conference in Winterthur on 28 August 2019. She is also one of the GlobalP3HS students.
Serra convinced the audience with her 3-minute flash talk on Fighting the 'female cancer'. In her PhD project Serra identifies and evaluates monitoring indicators from international guidelines and those currently in use in Southern Africa for cervical screening through a systematic review and site survey.
Milena Foerster wins SSPH+ Best Published PhD Article Award 2019
At the Swiss Public Health Conference 2019 in Winterthur, SSPH+ announced the winner of the SSPH+ Award for the Best Published PhD Article. Milena Foerster, former PhD student at Swiss TPH (supervised by the SSPH+ Faculty Member Martin Röösli) and now working at International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), won the award with her article "A prospective Cohort Study of Adolescents' Memory Performance and Individual Brain Dose of Microwave Radiation from Wireless Communication" published in "Environmental Health Perspectives" in July 2018.
SSPH+ welcomes Ignazio Cassis' decision to no longer pursuing a sponsorship by Philip Morris International (PMI)
The Swiss School of Public Health (SSPH+) who is against a sponsoring by Philip Morris International (PMI) and sent Ignazio Cassis a letter (see here) welcomes the decision to not longer pursue a sponsorship by PMI
Find the press release of the decision here
Luciano Ruggia, researcher at the ISPM Bern and SSPH+ Fellow, is designated head of the "Arbeitsgemeinschaft Tabakprävention Schweiz (AT)"
Read more here.
Will the Swiss pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai damage your health?
Read the IJPH editorial by Nino Künzli, Milo Puhan and L. Suzanne Suggs
SSPH+ against the draft act on tobacco products - Media release
Die Wissenschaft fordert evidenzbasierte Gesetze und lehnt den Gesetzesvorentwurf über Tabakprodukte und elektronische Zigaretten ab. Siehe Medienmitteilung hier.
La science exige des lois fondées sur des preuves (evidence-based policy) et, par conséquent, le rejet de l’avant-projet de loi fédérale sur les produits du tabac. Voir le communiqué de presse ici.
La scienza richiede una politica basata sull'evidenza e, quindi, il rifiuto del progetto di legge federale sul tabacco. Vedi il comunicato stampa qui.