Presentation on theme: "Sibiu 2010 ROMANIA. Romania SIBIU Sibiu (Hermannstadt in German) was the largest and wealthiest of the seven walled citadels* built in the 12th century."— Presentation transcript:
SIBIU Sibiu (Hermannstadt in German) was the largest and wealthiest of the seven walled citadels* built in the 12th century by German settlers known as Transylvanian Saxons Sibiu is home to the first hospital in Romania (1292), the first pharmacy (1494) and the oldest museum in Romania, the Brukenthal Museum, opened in 1817 The historical centre includes the Great Square, Huet Square, the beautiful Passage of Steps connecting the upper town to the lower town, the well-known Bridge of Lies, Goldsmiths’ Square and the Small Square. Population: 170,000 Inhabited since: 300 BC First documented: 1191 AD
City of SIBIU ASTRA Open Air Museum is the second largest open-air museum in the world (250 acres) Located in the middle of a dense forest and surrounded by a beautiful lake, ASTRA features more than 300 buildings as well as watermills and windmills, gigantic presses for wine, fruit and oil, hydraulic forges and structures representing village architectural styles from many parts of Romania. Sibiel - The Museum of Painted Glass Icons
HOW TO GET THERE Sibiu International Airport (SBZ) Address: Sos. Alba Iulia 73 Tel: (269) 228.347 Web: www.sibiuairport.ro The airport is located 3.5 miles from the city centre.www.sibiuairport.ro PALACE DUMBRAVA – HILTON SIBIU
INVITATION The National School of Public Health, Management and Training in Health, Bucharest, together with Sheffield Hallam University, UK, has the pleasure to invite you, to the final dissemination conference of the DECiPHEr project - Developing an evidence-based approach to city level public health planning & investment in Europe, a EU financed project, under the Leonardo da Vinci, Lifelong Learning Program, that will take place in Sibiu, at Hotel Hilton Dumbrava, on Tuesday 07.09.2010. The project has as partners besides the research and training institution the cities of Turku, Finland; Udine, Italy; Sheffield UK; Helsingborg, Sweden. The project developed an instrument to estimate the impact of investments in different public health interventions at city level, for the reduction of cardiovascular disease such as stroke and MI and the reduction in costs due to these intervention. Also a VET training program was developed to help city level decision makers to understand the importance of the problem and be able to use the SHEFTOOL in the decision making process.
CONFERENCE PROGRAM 09.00 09.30Registration of participantsSecretariat 09.30 10.00Welcome speech Representative of MoH Mayor of Sibiu or representative of Sibiu District Representative of NSPHHSM 10.00 10.30Short presentation of projectDaniela Valceanu 10.30 11.30 The DECiPHEr approach to City Level investment and Sheffield Health Effectiveness Framework - SHEFTOOL Malcolm Whitfield 11.45 12.30 Employing the DECiPHEr approach to city-level public health investment (including SHEFTOOL) in European Cities: the project partners’ perspectives. Elisabeth Bengtsson – Helsingborg Heini Parkkunen – Turku Daniela Valceanu – Romania Stefania Pascut – Udine 12.30 14.00 Evidence base domains and VET. Practical examples - explore the evidence on the 6 domains Geoff Green 15.00 15.30 Assuring a high quality of the DECiPHEr training programmeStephan Jendteg 15.30 16.00Using the Sheffield Health Effectiveness Framework – SHEFTOOL Practical session facilitated by Professor Malcolm Whitfield 16.15 17.00 A plenary session – enhancing an implementation of the DECiPHEr approach and SHEFTOOL: How to tackle short term outcomes and long-term gain- making it ‘Win-Win’ for politicians and policy makers? How can we enhance the DECiPHEr approach to City level investment and? Katarzyna Machaczek 17.00 17.15Close out – a summary of key points and where we go next.Katarzyna Machaczek
DECiPHEr Developing an Evidence-Based Approach to City Level Public Health Planning and Investment in Europe A LEONARDO DA VINCI TRANSFER OF INNOVATION PROJECT Under the Lifelong Learning Programme It started 01 October 2008 and ends on 30 September 2010 Partners : Sheffield Hallam University (UK), National School of Public Health, Management and Professional Development (Romania) and the cities of Sheffield(UK), Turku (Finland), Helsingborg (Sweden) and Udine (Italy)
DECiPHEr Aim: to systematically inform city planners & decision makers of the relative cost-effectiveness of different types of municipal & health investments on shaping the lifestyle of the community and thus reducing the level & burden of disease. Objectives: 1- to transfer an innovative modelling tool, designed to predict the impact of population level risk reduction on the cost of acute CHD related hospital admissions and death rates over a five-year period to be used to assess the impact of City level investments on lifestyle issues such as exercise, diet etc and subsequently risk level and the burden of disease. 2 - to transfer an innovative VET programme, designed for public health specialists, to facilitate the use of the risk assessment tool in the decisión making process in City planning and investment decisions
SHEFTOOL Each city needs to introduce data by sex and age group Population total Mean BMI - body mass index Mean HBA1c – Mean total cholesterol Mean HDL cholesterol Smoking prevalence Mean systolic BP
PARTICIPANTS RECEIVED A CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE
PRESS RELEASE - The press release regarding the conference in Sibiu was sent to the following publication : local press: TRIBUNA TURNUL SFATULUI CITY NEWS (publicatie on-line) ADEVARUL DE SEARA RONDUL / DE TOATE PENTRU TOTI ORA DE SIBIU (publicatie on-line) ADZ HDZ SIBIU STANDARD SIBIU 100% PULSUL SIBIAN EXPRES SIBIAN DACII LIBERI MONITORUL DE SIBIU INFOSIB BUSINESS ADVISER/POINT MEDIAFAX (Corespondent) AGERPRES (Corespondent) Journals: EUPHORION TELEGRAFUL ROMAN TRANSILVANIA PROFIL CULTURAL local TV: PRO TV ANTENA 1 REALITATEA TV TELEVIZIUNEA EVENIMENT TV SIBIU
PRESS RELEASE PRIMA TV (Corespondent) KANAL D (Corespondent) TVR Corespondent local radio: KISS FM MAGIC FM ONE FM PRO FM ANTENA SIBIULUI VOCEA EVANGHELIEI RADIO 7 RADIO EVENIMENT RADIO SIBIU NATIONAL FM Radio stations from Sibiu: RADIO ROMANIA ACTUALITATI EUROPA FM RADIO GUERRILLA INFO PRO RADIO 21
The event generated 2 on-line apparitions at the following addreses : www.niuzer.ro www.sibiu.net
Investment in health The National School of Public Health, Management and Training in Health has organized today, the dissemination conference of the DECiPHEr project – Developing an evidence- based approach to city level public health planning & investment in Europe. The DECiPHEr project is coordinated by Sheffield Hallam University and co-funded by the European Commission, under the Leonardo da Vinci, Lifelong Learning Program. Publication: www.niuzer.ro Link: http://www.niuzer.ro/discutii/Afaceri-si-Economie/Investitii-fonduri-si-investitori- 948.html Date of article: 07.09.2010 no of visitors : - 10
Investment in health The National School of Public Health, Management and Training in Health has organized today, the dissemination conference of the DECiPHEr project – Developing an evidence-based approach to city level public health planning & investment in Europe. The DECiPHEr project is coordinated by Sheffield Hallam University. The project partnership brings together two academic institutions (Sheffield Hallam University and The National School of Public Health, Management and Training in Health, Romania), together with four City authorities drawn from the World Health Organisation (WHO) European Healthy Cities Network. Publication: www.sibiu.net Link: http://www.sibiu.net/din-sibiu/investi%C5%A3ii-%C3%AEn- s%C4%83n%C4%83tate Date of article: 14.09.2010 no of visitors: - 12
Investment in health (continued) The project is co-funded by the European Commission, under the Leonardo da Vinci, Lifelong Learning Program. During the project partners have developed an innovative VET programme for City-level Decision Makers and Public Health Experts, to equip them with competencies, knowledge and skills to enhance their decision making regarding city level public health investment and planning. Another innovative outcome of the DECiPHEr project is a multidisciplinary prediction tool - Sheffield Health Effectiveness Framework (SHEFTOOL). The tool provides information on relative cost-effectiveness of different types of municipal and health investments on saving healthcare resources, reducing preventable deaths and hospital admissions due to Cardio-Vascular Disease.