|CONFERENCE FRAMEWORK PROGRAM|
|Day of health promotion|
|list of journals|
|Terms of the Conference|
|Terms of the Student Sessio|
|III edition - media|
|II edition - ageing|
|I edition - biopolitics|
III National Scientific -Training Conference "Sociology of medicine - health promotion - media"
Centrum Naukowej Informacji Medycznej Uniwersytetu Medycznego we Wrocławiu,
ul. Marcinkowskiego 2-6, Wrocław
Welcome to another edition of the Conference, whose purpose is to exchange ideas and research experience, dissemination of knowledge, but also the integration of academia, that focuses its research on broader issues of health and disease.
The first two parts that make up the title of the conference, namely - "medical sociology" and "health promotion" the key areas of interest and theoretical research, remain unchanged. The subject matter of the third edition of the conference; to which we have the pleasure to invite researchers, will be devoted to media in the context of broadly understood individual, social and cultural health dimensions.
The conference is interdisciplinary and is dedicated to in-depth analysis of the theoretical and practical considerations of health and disease, embedded in the areas of sociology, medical sociology, sociology of culture, promotion of health, medicine, public health, psychology, pedagogy, ethics, philosophy. The major idea of the conference is to present existing research, but also to develop new methods of practical application of theoretical knowledge and the results of empirical studies in the practice of social life. Therefore, special sessions will be devoted to the so-called good practices in health promotion.
Department of Humanistic Sciences in Medicine, Wrocław Medical University.
Creatively for Health Foundation, Wrocław.
Medical College, Jagiellonian University.
Department of Health and Voivodeship Promotion - Marshal's Office of Lower Silesia.
Department of Health and Social Affairs of the Municipal Office in Wroclaw.
Section of Sociology of Health and Medicine - Polish Sociological Association.