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  • Expo Dubai 2020 online with SSPH+: Health in all Sustainable Development Goals

    Expo Dubai 2020 online with SSPH+: Health in all Sustainable Development Goals

    SSPH+ will showcase Swiss public health sciences related to the 17 SDG’s at the Swiss Pavilion of the Expo Dubai 2020 (postponed to October 2021-March 2022) during its "Health and Wellness Week” (30.01-05.02.22). As pre-event, Nino Künzli participated online in the World Majilis on "The Pursuit of Happiness. Building healthier and happier communities in a post-COVID era" (discussion platform starts at hour 1:52:05 until 3:05:00).

    More on SSPH+ and Expo Dubai 2020 (postponed to October 2021-March 2022) will follow. Stay tuned!


  • HSR in Switzerland: what is the way forward? Online Event, June 22, 2021

    HSR in Switzerland: what is the way forward? Online Event, June 22, 2021

    HSR Conference - Online Event / Krebsforschung Schweiz, Oncosuisse, 74 NRP

    We are delighted to announce the Health Services Research (HSR) Community Building Conference. Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) it has been reshaped. Inspirational keynote speeches and interactive formats are part of the programme to discuss the prospects and challenges of health services research in Switzerland.

    www.hsrconference.ch

  • SSPH+ new owner of Public Health Reviews (PHR)

    SSPH+ new owner of Public Health Reviews (PHR)

    The ownership of Public Health Reviews (PHR) has been moved from ASPHER to SSPH+. PHR will remain a society owned journal. As of 2021, Swiss based Frontiers will take over from BCM the role as publisher of PHR. With SSPH+ now owning PHR and the International Journal of Public Health (IJPH), Dr. Anke Berger (Swiss TPH, Basel), will lead the editorial office of both journals. PHR will publish reviews (sytematic, scoping and other review formats) and Policy Briefs. Details of those developments will be communicated on the website in 2021.

  • Study protocol of Corona Immunitas published in IJPH

    Study protocol of Corona Immunitas published in IJPH

    Read the paper online or download it as PDF

  • Temitope Adebayo has won the second SSPH+ ScienceFlashTalk Award at the Swiss Public Health Conference 2020

    Temitope Adebayo has won the second SSPH+ ScienceFlashTalk Award at the Swiss Public Health Conference 2020

    Temitope is a PhD student at the Swiss TPH and supervised by SSPH+ Director Nino Künzli. She has won the second of two events of the 2020 SSPH+ ScienceFlashTalk and convinced the audience with her 3-minute flash talk on "Air pollution as a public health problem in South Africa". In her PhD research, she aims to fill in the gap and provide scientific evidence to encourage the South African government to update and strengthen the air quality policy and make air pollution a priority research area. Temitope is also one of the GlobalP3HS students.

  • Apolline Saucy wins SSPH+ ScienceFlashTalk Award at the 2020 SSPH+ Online Faculty Meeting

    Apolline Saucy wins SSPH+ ScienceFlashTalk Award at the 2020 SSPH+ Online Faculty Meeting

    Apolline Saucy, PhD student at the Swiss TPH and supervised by SSPH+ Faculty member Martin Röösli, has won the first of two events of the 2020 SSPH+ ScienceFlashTalk Award at the SSPH+ Online Faculty Meeting on 16 June 2020. She convinced the audience with her 3-minute flash talk on Cardiovascular effects of aircraft noise.

  • This year we have two winners of the SSPH+ "Best published PhD Article Award": Giulia Paternoster and Kathryn Dawson-Townsend

    This year we have two winners of the SSPH+ "Best published PhD Article Award": Giulia Paternoster and Kathryn Dawson-Townsend

    SSPH+ announces the two winners of the SSPH+ Award 2020 for the "Best published PhD Article":

    - Giulia Paternoster, PhD student of Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Zurich won with her article "Epidemic cystic and alveolar echinococcosis in Kyrgyzstan: an analysis of national surveillance data" published in "the Lancet" in April 2020.

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    CV Giulia Paternoster

    - Kathryn Dawson-Townsend, PhD student at the University of Lucerne, Health Sciences
    Swiss Learning Health System, won with her article "Social participation patterns and their associations with health and wellbeing for older adults" published in "SSM - Population Health" in August 2019.

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    CV Kathryn Dawson-Townsend

  • 15-year SSPH+ Jubilee Report is online

    15-year SSPH+ Jubilee Report is online

    2020 was supposed to become a jubilee year to celebrate the 15th anniversary of SSPH+. Instead, we had to cancel or postpone planned events.Nevertheless, we decided to go out with our online report which we started to develop in 2019 when our lives were still ‘normal’. Due to COVID-19 we postponed and partly revised the report.

    Enjoy reading our online report. Parts of it is available as printable PDF.

  • COVID-19 SSPH+ Platform

    COVID-19 SSPH+ Platform

    SSPH+ welcomes the national public health science community to provide scientific expertise and support to the Federal and Cantonal authorities. Questions, discussions and work in working groups is facilitated via the COVID-19 SSPH+ Platform, which is a closed platform. If you are a public health scientist not yet affiliated with SSPH+ directly or one of the 12 Swiss universities of the SSPH+ Foundation, please send an email to snocera@ssphplus.ch with your name, affiliation, area of competency and email-address. SSPH+ may provide access to you.

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) disease: Information sources

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) disease: Information sources

    Actual and accurate information concerning the new coronavirus (COVID-19 ) disease can be found here:

  • Swiss Public Health Conference 2020 - Registration is open!

    Swiss Public Health Conference 2020 - Registration is open!

    The registration for the SPHC2020 in Lucerne on "From Evidence to Pulic Health Policy and Practice" go to conference website

    Date: 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 scientific-thematic lead.

  • Serra Asangbeh wins SSPH+ ScienceFlashTalk Award at the 2019 Swiss Public Health Conference

    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

    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.

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    CV Milena Foerster

  • SSPH+ against the draft act on tobacco products - Media release

    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.

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