Sustainable Health in Children and Students - Reduce the GAP!
The European Union for School and University Health and Medicine (EUSUHM) invites you to the 22nd congress on “Sustainable Health in Children and Students - Reduce the GAP!” in Potsdam, Germany.
Health services for educational settings play a vital role in fostering the overall well-being of students and supporting their academic success by focusing on monitoring health, promoting mental well-being, and addressing specific health challenges. The conference focuses on the disparities in health and healthcare access among European children and adolescents, taking into account the multiple impacts of the pandemic. It will explore numerous health-related initiatives and programs carried out in learning environments, primarily focusing on educational institutions.
The program highlights the following topics:
Objectives of the conference:
Exchange of evidence, experiences, and best practices
The 22nd EUSUHM conference will take place in the Oberlin-Schule Potsdam, which is a dedicated educational and living space for children and adolescents with diverse disabilities. Potsdam is home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including Sanssouci Palace, a symbol of the Age of Enlightenment, and the Cecilienhof, where the post-World War II Europe was restructured.
The EUSUHM conference and scientific program is set up in close cooperation with The German Federal Association of Doctors in the Public Health Service (BVÖGD), The German Association of Public Health (DGÖG) and The Swiss Association of Specialists in School Health Services (SCOLARMED).
Looking forward to seeing you at the conference.
Gabriele Ellsaesser Susanne Stronski & Tina Huber-Gieseke Johannes Nießen
EUSUHM, president SCOLARMED, co-presidents BVÖGD, chair