Self-care, health literacy and digital tools are some of the key areas for sustainable health, that has a radically different approach to investment, outcomes, ressources across the globe.
The Self-Care Summit – March 26-27, 2020 in Copenhagen – explores paths and partnerships that will make this happen.
Participation is free, however seats for this event are very limited – if you are interested in attending, please contact Lars Münter, Head of DCHE International Projects Unit.
Find the full programme with further information about agenda and the speakers here.
|Day 1 – 13.00-17.00||Day 2 – 9.00-13.00|
|Theme 1 – Community, City & Workplace||Theme 2 – Regions, Nations & Systems|
|Local action, sustainable cities, patient engagement & integrated care.||Nordic Health 2030, health data, implementation of policies, and economy of wellbeing.
Director, Danish Commitee for Health Education
|David Munis Zepernick
Head of Business Development and Public Affairs, Medicon Valley Alliance
Associate Partner, Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies
Director, International Federation for Housing & Planning
COO, Nordic Innovation
President, European Mens Health Forum & Co-chair, EU Health Coalition
Professor, Aarhus University
Senior Advisor, Health Advocacy, Cities Changing Diabetes – Novo Nordisk
CEO Digital Health & Care Alliance (tbc)
Scientific Coordinator, CHRODIS+
Senior Advisor, Business Finland
Head of Health and Prevention
Country Manager Digital, Siemens Healthineers
Head of Public Health,
City of Copenhagen
Health & Sustainable Development Policy Advisor – EU Commission Employment & Social Affairs
|Nicolaj Holm Faber
Head of Development, Danish Committee for Health Education
| Clayton Hamilton
Unit Leader E-health & Innovation – WHO Europe
|Simon Feldbæk Peitersen
Consultant WHO/Head of Staff Danish Society for Patient Safety
Founder of Ketotic Hypoglycemia International
The event is organized by the Danish Committee for Health Education, with the support of the Danish Ministry for Health, as part of Self-Care in Europe in collaboration with CEmPaC, Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies & the Nordic Health 2030 Movement.