Forskningsseminarium 2011


Det 4:e Internationella Forskningsseminariet i Salutogenes samt IUHPE-GWG-SAL möte ägde rum
den 30-31- maj 2011, på Högskolan Väst i Trollhättan, Sverige.


Utmärkta presentationer diskuterades av 100 deltagare från 15 olika länder från hela världen. Vi tackar alla huvudtalare samt alla som gav muntliga eller poster presentationer för förträfflig medverkan till seminariet. Här hittar du
programmet.

Seminariets presentationer finns nu tillgängliga nedan, listade enligt seminariets program.
OBS! Användning av presentationsmaterial kräver referens till seminariet.




Huvudtalare (Keynote Speakers):
 

Professor Bengt Lindström, Finland:
How to construct a salutogenic framework for adolescent health.

Professor Shifra Sagy, Israel:
Culture, Conflict and Coping - The salutogenic approach in research among adolescents.

Dr. Lenneke Vaandrager, The Netherland:
Salutogenic benefits of green space and nature.

Professor Charli Eriksson, Sweden:
The relevance of approaching adolescents and quality of life - Some new research outcomes.

Mr. Antony Morgan, UK:
The asset approach to health as seen in adolescent health through the WHO HBSC data.

Professor Robert Blum, US:
Connectedness as a key element in adolescent health.

Dr. Monica Eriksson, Sweden:
Some salutogenic evidence on adolescent health and quality of life.

Professor Geir Arild Espnes, Norway:
The working model for best practice at RCHPR.

 

 

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Muntliga presentationer

Fiona Brook, UK. Creating a healthy community for young people: Conceptualizing keystone assets. Abstract.

Bruno Neuner, Germany. Sense of Coherence as a predictor of quality of life in adolescents with congenital heart defects: a register-based 1-year follow-up study. Abstract.

Åsa Bringsén, Sweden. A health promoting leisure time for young teenage girls. Results from a focus group study in Sweden. Abstract.

Orna Braun-Lewensohn, Israel. Coping resources among adolescents under missile attacks: a longitudinal study. Abstract.

Astier M. Almedom, US. Sense and sensibilities of coherence in disaster mitigation and response. Abstract.

Peter Thybo, Denmark. Health for All - All for Health. Abstract.

Ulrica Åström, Sweden. Balancing daily life. A grounded theory-study on adolescent girls' experiences. Abstract.

Elisabeth A. Tyree, US. Cultural preservation in the face of waterway conflict. Abstract.

Signe Vallumrod, Norway. Well-being in the therapeutic garden for patients with dementia. Abstract.

Pamela Gray, Finland. Family Sense of Coherence and Connectedness. Abstract.

Åse Boman, Sweden. If dad comes, we are happy - if mom fails to appear, we become desperate. Abstract.

Thomas Hennell, UK. Assets and risks for wellbeing in adolescents: The Health surveys for England. Abstract.

Maria Leppäkari, Finland. Motivation for your future vocation: Experiences from Folkhälsan HP pilot ESF project "On the right track" among adolescent vocational college students. Abstract.

Masoud Vaezghasemi, Sweden. Overweight and lifestyle among 13 to 15 year olds: A cross-sectional study in northern Sweden. Abstract.

 

Poster presentationer

Mariano Hernán Garcia & Angel Luis Mena Jiménez, Spain. Starting an e-strategy to implement the salutogenic model in Andalusia, Spain. Abstract.

Emelie Condén, Jerzy Leppert, Lisa Ekselius, Cecilia Åslund, Sweden. The prevalence of type D personality and its associations with psychosomatic symptoms and musculoskeletal pain among adolescents. Abstract.

Katarina Haraldsson, Eva-Carin Lindgren, Cathrine Hildingh, Bertil Marklund, Sweden. What makes the everyday life of Swedish adolescent girls less stressful? Abstract.

Donna Lake, US. Preliminary evaluation of an adolescent positive health measurement scale: A salutogenic health promotion approach. Abstract.

Unni Karin Moksnes & Geir Arild Espnes, Norway. The role of sense of coherence for emotional health in adolescents. Abstract.

Pilar Pozo & Encarnación Sarriá, Spain. Quality of life and gender differences in parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in Spain: the moderator role of sense of coherence. Abstract.

Signe Vallumrod, Norway. Well-being for patients with dementia at the nursing home. Abstract.

Salla-Maarit Volanen, Sakari Suominen, Lauri Sillanmäki & Markku Koskenvuo, Finland. Sense of coherence and all-cause mortality. 14-year follow-up study among Finnish respondents. Abstract.

 

 

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