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The Handbook of Salutogenesis
In this chapter, the authors, representing The Netherlands, Spain, Germany, Italy, Norway, the United Kingdom and Poland, trace the development of higher education in salutogenesis in Europe, spanning 30 years. At this time, the annual summer schools of the European Training Consortium in Public Health and Health Promotion (ETC-PHHP) have trained more than 700 participants from 60 countries. Perhaps the most distinguished member of the summer school’s faculty – at least from the perspective of advancing salutogenesis as a theory for health promotion – is Aaron Antonovsky, who participated in the 1992 edition of the course in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Education | Medicine and Health Sciences
Education, Salutogenesis professional training, Post-graduate education, Salutogenesis in Europe, Health promotion, Health promotion summer schools
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Vaandrager, Lenneke; Bonmatí-Tomàs, Anna; Hofmeister, Arnd; Alvarez-Dardet, Carlos; Contu, Paolo; Koelen, Maria; Ortiz-Barreda, Gaby; Masanotti, Giuseppe; Boonekamp, Gwendolijn; Kennedy, Lynne; Pocetta, Giancarlo; Canal, Dolors Juvinya; Garista, Patrizia; Lindström, Bengt; and Wrzesińska, Magdalena, "Salutogenesis Post-Graduate Education: Experience From the European Perspective on the ETC-PHHP Health Promotion Summer Schools (1991–2020)" (2022). All Works. 4775.
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