International Network of Health Promoting Hospitals and Health Services (HPH)
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as European Network of Health Promoting Hospitals (HPH), by WHO Regional Office for Europe (WHO/Europe). Subsequently changed title to International Network of Health Promoting Hospitals. Directly coordinated by WHO Collaborating Centre for Evidence-based health Promotion in Hospitals and Health Services, since Nov 2001.
Facilitate and encourage cooperation and exchange of experience between hospitals of a region or country, including identification of areas of common interest, sharing of resources and development of common evaluation systems; implement health promotion into the culture of hospitals and health services; broaden the focus of hospital management and structures to include health care and to develop documented and evaluated examples of good practice for the use of other institutions.Available with paid subscription only.
Organizes Annual International Conference on Health Promoting Hospitals and Health Services.
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Members in 35 countries
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