About the journal
Clinical Health Promotion – Research and best practice for patients, staff and community
- the official Journal for the International Network of Health Promoting Hospitals and Health Services
The overall aim of the journal is to support the work towards better health gain by integrating Health Promotion into the organisational structure and culture of the hospitals and health services. This is done by significant improvement of a worldwide publication of on clinical health promotion based on best evidence-based practice; including staff competences and patient preferences.
An international platform
Our wish is not just to create ‘another’ journal, but also to have a focused journal that provides a platform for a lively interaction between specialist and experts in the field. (E.g. with regular columns by individuals expressing personal thoughts on how our work/research is developing; interactive “how to treat” sessions; Task Force presentation etc.)
Hot topics will be addressed such as the place and future of new interventions and “forgotten” disorders.
The journal will be provided to the readers at no cost. Please, visit Archive to find the needed issue.
The Editorial group
Advisory Editor: Prof. Torben Schroeder, Vascular Surgery, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen. (Scientific Editor-in-Chief, Danish Medical Journal (Ugeskr Laeger) since 2002, Editor-in-Chief. Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg 2000-2004)
Editor in Chief: Prof. Hanne Tønnsen, Director WHO Collaborating Centre, Bispebjerg Hospital (Declaration of Competing Interests)
Editors: Gen Dir. Shu-Ti Chiou, Bureau of Health Promotion, Department of Health, Taiwan
Prof. Claudia Spiess, Charite Hospital, Germany
Prof. David O. Warner, Mayo Clinic, United States of America
Prof. Henrik Møller, Kings College London, United Kingdom
Prof. Jürgen Pelikan, University of Vienna and LBIHPR Vienna/Austria
Lecturer in Health Services Research Oliver Groene, Faculty of Public Health and Policy, Department of Health Services Research & Policy, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK
Assoc Prof. Ann M. Møller, Herlev Hospital, Denmark