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2 2016 Melbourne, Australia [2 nd outside Europe] 2015 Oslo, Norway 2014 Barcelona, Spain 2013 Gothenburg, Sweden 2012 Taipei City, Taiwan [1 st outside Europe] 2011 Turku, Finland 2010 Manchester, England 2009 Crete, Greece 2008 Berlin, Germany 2007 Vienna, Austria 2006 Palanga, Lithuania 2005 Dublin, Ireland 2004 Moscow, Russia 2003Florence, Italy … Warsaw (1 st ) The International Network of Health Promoting Hospitals and Health Services (HPH) was initiated by WHO-Euro in HPH promotes health promotion in and by hospitals as a strategy to improve the health gain of patients and relatives, staff, community and population. HPH combines a vision, a concept, a set of 18 core strategies and 5 standards that can be linked with the organisation's quality management. 2

3 Why Melbourne? Kindly watch this! https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=XHrCf_mdj1s https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=XHrCf_mdj1s “World’s Most Liveable City” - 4 years in a row (Economist Intelligence Unit) UNESCO “City of Literature” Plenty of historical and contemporary attractions and entertainment Harmonious multicultural population World class sports venues and events Variety of day trips and post event holiday destinations Too far? One-flight access from many Asian, Middle East and Pacific Island countries Two-flight access from many European and North American countries, with stopovers in Asia 3

4 A Message from The Women’s CEO The first meeting of the Victorian Network of Health Promoting Hospitals and Health Services was held at The Royal Women’s Hospital a decade ago – November Dr Sue Matthews, RN BA MHScN DPH Wharton Fellow Dr Matthews joined the Women's from the Niagara Health System in Ontario, where she held the position of interim President and CEO from Prior to that, she was Executive Vice President, Clinical Operations and Chief Nursing Executive for two years. Dr Matthews has held positions as Ontario Vice President, Operations and Chief of Practice, as National Executive Director of Disease Management for the Victorian Order of Nurses (VON), and as Provincial Chief Nursing Officer with the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Dr Matthews holds a Doctor of Public Health degree along with a Master’s in Health Science Nursing degree from Charles Sturt University. In addition, she has a Bachelor of Liberal Arts in Health Studies degree from York University and a Diploma in Nursing from Ryerson Polytechnic University. She is also a Clinical Associate Professor at McMaster University, an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto and an Adjunct Professor Faculty of Health Services Management at Charles Sturt and Trent Universities. “The Royal Women's Hospital has a proud history of achievements in caring for and promoting the health of Victorian women through their life-course and ensuring babies have the best start possible. We fully support the idea of bringing the International Conference on Health Promoting Hospitals and Health Services to Melbourne in 2016, the 30th anniversary of the WHO Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion. We welcome the opportunity to meet colleagues from around the globe and our region for celebrations, networking, exchanges and debates on a critical theme for public health in the 21st century - how our health care systems, organisations, professionals and consumers can best prevent ill-health and promote health and wellbeing, with equity at the forefront of our efforts.” 4 The Women’s, Australia’s first public women’s hospital, was established in Melbourne in August It is among the oldest and most distinguished of women's hospitals in the world today.

5 Local host – Victorian HPH Network Assured current end 2014 The Royal Women’s Hospital Alfred Health [ 3 sites] Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Hepburn Health Service Eastern Health Peninsula Health (Frankston Hospital) Northern Health (Northern Hospital) Inner South Community Health Service BreaCan Honorary Secretariat Based at La Trobe University Network Committee [Core] Sue Kearney, Royal Dental Hospital Katherine Simons, Mercy Hospital Sally Fawkes, La Trobe University/ BreaCan Representative – The Women’s Members have diverse interests and expertise in health-related areas health literacy smoking cessation in context of community tobacco control migrant friendly and culturally competent HC (TF) women’s health promotion children’s and adolescents’ rights in health care (TF) consumer engagement in health care multi-sector action on obesity, physical activity … [TF] salutogenic design (health care facilities) family violence detection and prevention healthy food services/catering green healthcare and so on….. 5

6 Key Partners – Local and International Victorian Department of Health – Dr Pradeep Philip, Secretary, Dept of Health Victorian Healthcare Association and Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association – Peak bodies of hospitals and health services World Health Organization – Offices: Western Pacific, South East Asia, Europe Climate and Health Alliance – 28 peak medical and health organisations, with global presence and networks Victorian Network of Smokefree Healthcare Services Professional colleges & associations – Inc: Australian Health Promotion Association, Public Health Association of Australia, Australasian College of Health Care Management, Royal Australian College of Surgeons Universities - which have strong academic training in HPH-related areas: – La Trobe University (public health, health promotion, health service management allied health, nursing/midwifery, dentistry, paramedicine,) – University of Melbourne (medicine, allied health, global health, management) – Monash University (medicine, occupational health) – Deakin University (health promotion, nutrition, exercise and sports, disability) Victorian Health Promotion Foundation Cochrane Groups: Public Health Group, Cochrane Consumers and Communication Review Group Women’s Health Victoria Consumer organisations – Consumer Health Forum International Academy of Design and Health 6

7 Why Melbourne? >> The HPH agenda has been alive in Australia for decades 30 year history of HPH prototypes and innovation. Health promotion work (using wellness concept) in hospitals initiated in Melbourne pre-Ottawa Charter ie since 1983 Health promotion innovator - Home to first health promotion foundation in the world …. VicHealth. New Board Chair – Prof John Catford Multi-cultural population yet diverse, well-managed, quality –oriented health services Internationally recognised standards of performance across key HPH areas: – governance, policy, management – patient and family care – including services – staff health and wellbeing – organisational and facilities management – continuity of care/ prevention and HP partnerships – environmental management Cutting edge health care facilities and intellectual hubs supporting first class care, increasing communicating concepts of wellness, people centredness, salutogenesis World-leading health and medical research institutions Accomplished universities which train health professionals in medicine, surgery, allied health, health promotion, management, consumer participation 7

8 Why Melbourne? >> We’re connected: Regional partnerships in health care and HP/prevention International supports – WHO WPR, WHO SEAR, IUHPE Existing HPH anchors in Asia – especially Taiwan, Thailand, Japan, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia… Potential to mobilise scholarships through AusAID to engage Pacific Region Links to WHO ProLEAD Fellows (ProLEAD is WHO’s Health Leadership Development Program for senior officials in the Western Pacific Region and soon, South East Asian Region) 8

9 Why Melbourne? Ideal conference location (2014 World AIDS Conference, 2014 APAC [quality in health care] Conference) Range of well-equipped conference venues to choose from Possible venues: 1.Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre 2. University of Melbourne Special events – In world-leading hospitals “World’s Most Liveable City” - 4 years in a row (Economist Intelligence Unit) UNESCO “City of Literature” Plenty of historical and contemporary attractions and entertainment Harmonious multicultural population World class sports venues and events Variety of day trips and post event holiday destinations One-flight access from many Asian and Pacific Island countries Two-flight access from many European and North American countries, with stopovers in Asia On the Yarra River, next to the CBD 9

10 Why Melbourne? >> Legal responsibility Victorian Department of Health is, at this stage, proposed as having legal responsibility on behalf of the local host. This is the current situation. We have an election on 29 November and there is a likelihood that government will change. This is unlikely to affect the commitment by the bureaucracy to support the conference and the current Opposition party has a pro-health promotion record >> Budget Kindly refer to handout. This proposed budget will be reviewed on advice from the GB about assumptions 10

11 Why Melbourne? >> We have leading edge ideas for Conference themes: Ottawa + 30: Retrospective and prospective HPH futures Applying complex systems thinking to escalate impact ** Cross-network learning from other networks – cities, schools, green healthcare ** Proposed theme for skill development-based HPH Winter School 11

12 PROPOSED PROGRAM IN BRIEF SMTWThFS Site visits Metro Alfred The Women’s Peter Mac Eastern Regional Bendigo Ballarat HPH Winter School Alfred CEO’s Leadership for Prevention in HPH General Assembly Taskforce meetings x 5-6 Plenary 2Plenary 4 Newcome rs Workshop The W omen’s Parallel sessions Plenary 3 Plenary 5 The Melbourne Declaration Opening Indigenous Welcome to Country Ceremony Plenary 1 Official dinner [HPH Awards] Plaza Ballroom Closing Welcome 12

13 Conference Innovations 13

14 That’s Why! For Further information, contact Dr Sally Fawkes, Senior Lecturer, La Trobe University Telephone Skype - sally.fawkes1


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