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European Public Health WEEK
17-21 May 2021
Joining forces for healthier populations
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|Date / theme:||Wednesday 19 May - Your local community|
|Time:||16h30 until 17h30 (GMT) Lisbon (organisers' local time)|
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|Event type: ||Conference|
|Event format:||Online only|
|Description:||In this session Luis Saboga-Nunes will explore the benefits of the use of the digital tools, from the health promotion perspective, with a study case in smoking cession. Luis Saboga-Nunes (LicSoc, MPH, PhD, EuHP), a health sociologist, is President of the Health Promotion Section at the European Public Health Association (EUPHA), associate professor at the Institute of Sociology, University of Education, Freiburg, Germany, professeur affilié UNESCO Chair/WHO Collaborating Center in Global Health & Education, professor coordinator of Healthy Public Policies & Health Policies, IPC. He is also Scientific Consultant of the Institute for Evidence Based Medicine, Faculdade de Medicina, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal. His research focus theoretical and evidence-based best practices in public health & health-literacy in the context of health in the virtual world/ e-health, digital health literacy and life styles.|
|Hosting country: ||Israel, Portugal|
|Organisers:||EUPHA Health Promotion Section; Freiburg University of Education, Germany; Institute for Evidence Based Medicine, Faculdade de Medicina, Universidade de Lisboa|
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