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Fifth Global Conference on Health Promotion : [publication] : Mexico City, Mexico, 5-9 June, 2000 : final report /

by Global Conference on Health Promotion (5 ; 2000 ; Mexico City); Pan American Health Organization; Organisation mondiale de la santé‏ ‎.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Washington : Pan American Health Organization, 2000, [2000]Description: 49 p. ; 30 cm.MeSH subject(s): Health Promotion | CongressesPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: ProceedingsSummary: [Contents] The opening ceremony. Joint technical-ministerial sessions. The technical themes and case studies : 1. Evidence base for health promotion 2. Investment for health 3. Social responsibility for health 4. Building community capacity and empowerment of the individual 5. Securing an infrastructure for health promotion 6. Reorienting health services. - A framework for countrywide plans of action on health promotion. Health promotion in Mexico. Key issues arising fro the meeting : Restatement of the relevance of health promotion. Focus on the determinants of health. Bridging the Equity Gap. [...] Health promotion is scientifically sound, ... socialy relevant, ... politically sensitive. The role of women in health development. Conclusions and recommendations.
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[Contents] The opening ceremony. Joint technical-ministerial sessions. The technical themes and case studies : 1. Evidence base for health promotion 2. Investment for health 3. Social responsibility for health 4. Building community capacity and empowerment of the individual 5. Securing an infrastructure for health promotion 6. Reorienting health services. - A framework for countrywide plans of action on health promotion. Health promotion in Mexico. Key issues arising fro the meeting : Restatement of the relevance of health promotion. Focus on the determinants of health. Bridging the Equity Gap. [...] Health promotion is scientifically sound, ... socialy relevant, ... politically sensitive. The role of women in health development. Conclusions and recommendations.