9 April 2013 – health promotion conference “TERE tervis!“.On the agenda: Mark McCarthy, University College London, Professor of Public Health HEALTH IMPACT ASSESSMENT AND EXPERIENCE Terhi Saaranen, University of Eastern Finland, Lecturer at the Department of Nursing Science PROMOTING THE WELL-BEING OF EMPLOYEES IN THE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT Ülla-Karin Nurm, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, Head of Public Health Capacity and Communication THE RELIABILITY AND IMAGE OF VACCINATIONS – THE EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE Heli Laarmann, Praxis Centre for Policy Studies EVIDENCE-BASED INTERVENTIONS OF HEALTH PROMOTION Kersti Pärna, University of Tartu, Department of Public Health, Associate Professor in Health Promotion ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION AND RELATED DEATH-RATES Toomas Proovel, Tartu University Hospital, Centre of Excellence in Health Promotion and Rehabilitation AN OVERVIEW OF THE HEALTH SURVEY BY THE CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE IN HEALTH PROMOTION AND REHABILITATION Recognition “Kõige tervem” (“The healthiest”)
10 May 2013 – a conference in the field of mud treatment in cooperation with Estonian Society of Occupational Health Physicians “Prevention and Balneological Treatment of Work-Related Diseases Caused by Overload”On the agenda: About the Centre of Excellence in Health Promotion and Rehabilitation (CEHPR). Talis Vare/ Tallinn University Haapsalu College, Director of the Centre of Excellence in Health Promotion and Rehabilitation Work-related musculoskeletal diseases (MSD) in occupational health. Viive Pille/The North Estonia Medical Centre/ Chairwoman of Estonian Society of Occupational Health Physicians Curative muds and mud treatment. Viiu Tuulik/Mud Products Administrator at CEHPR, Jaanus Terasmaa/ Tallinn University/ CEHPR Risk sssessment of workplace in case of MSD. Piia Tint / Professor of Tallinn University of Technology, Head of the Chair of Labour Environment and Safety MSD rehabilitation. Professor Elena Ilieva/General Secretary of the European Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (lecture in English) European developments in balneology Impressions from the US conference of occupational health doctors, Karin Sarapuu / East-Tallinn Central Hospital, Tiia Piho / Tartu University Hospital Statistics of occupational diseases, Mari Järvelaid/ Health Board, The Bureau of Occupational Health Occupational physiotherapy at the example of assembly-line workers, Hille Maas /University of Tartu, Lecturer of Occupational Physiotherapy Mud treatment in a sanatorium complex, Monika Übner/ University of Tartu Pärnu College The role of Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund in preventing work-related disorders. The Latvian experience in assessing and restoring work capacity, Professor Aivars Vetra/ Riga University
September/October 2013 – training seminars in the field of rehabilitation “Neuro-developmental treatment (Bobath) introductory course in the management of adult hemiplegia“ and “Advanced course in the treatment of adults with hemiplegia: upper extremity“.
27 November 2013 – Conference “Resort Treatment in a Changing World” organized by University of Tartu Pärnu College, a partner of the CEHPR.On the agenda: Ken Kalling – Why mud treats! Annelii Nikitina – Does resort treatment have a future? Mai Vaht – Rehabilitation in a spa: an alternative to hospital treatment? Kadi-Kai Eljaste – Development possibilities for treatment spas and the concept of managing the aging process Kaja Sepp – The importance of the spa service in health care Varje-Riin Tuulik – Using mud treatment for industrial workers with the overload syndrome Monika Übner – New possibilities in mud treatment Hele Torop – Skin diseases in resort treatment Raili Raik – Lymphatic massage in resort treatment Jelena Sokk – Adhesive capsulitis and resort treatment
21 November 2013 – seminar “Design of Health Products“.On the agenda: Ain Aaviksoo (Healthin) – Design in the service of health Arvo Pärenson (CEHPR, Tallinn University Haapsalu College) – The pyramid of health products design Indrek Hirvlaan (Tehnolabor) – Possibilities of developing health products at the example of Tehnolabor Tanel Joost (EQUA) – Challenges of developing health products at the example of EQUA