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European Public Health WEEK

16-20 May 2022

Health throughout the life course

 

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  HW45 - Prevention is better than cure
      EUPHA Featured event: interesting in-person event with livestreaming

Date / theme:Monday 16 May - A healthy and health literate youth
Time:11h00 until 20h00 (GMT+02:00) Bratislava (organisers' local time)
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Event type:  Conference, Walk, Webinar, Campaign
Event format:In-person with live streaming
Description:Institute for Prevention and Intervention is an organisation with the priority to increase health literacy of the general public, in order to improve the quality of life and prevent avoidable deaths. Within EUPHW, we have prepared an online streaming conference on "Prevention is better than cure". The event also includes outdoor activities focused on first aid training, hand hygiene, measuring blood pressure, blood glucose, measuring body composition as well as physical activities.
Hosting country:  Slovakia and Slovensko
Specific location(s):Zichiho palác, Ventúrska 265 Bratislava, Slovakia
Language(s):Slovak
Reach:Local
Organisers:St. Elisabeth University, Slovak Obesitology Association, Biomedical Research Center of the Slovak Academy of Sciences
For registration and further information please contact the event organisers directly:
Website:ipisk.eu/webináre
Contact email:marianamrazova@gmail.com
Contact info:ipisk.eu
Social media:IPI (fb), Mariana Mrázová (LinkedIn)

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