ETC Books

Twenty-five Years of Capacity Building
The ETC ‘Healthy Learning’ Process

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In 2016, the ETC (the European Training Consortium in Public Health and Health Promotion) celebrated their 25th anniversary, arranging its 25th summer school. The overall aim of the summer school is to explore new frontiers, putting policy, theory and evidence into practice and advance the public health and health promotion capacity, with a focus on developing practical and theoretical tools to enhance health promotion strategies in Europe. The course is conducted at post-graduate level and entails 8 ECTS of formal study. Throughout the years, the consortium has been a dynamic venture that never did lean back, but steadily has grown and adapted the content and the organization of the courses, related to the new developments in policy, theory and practice.

The ETC-Book reflects and summarizes the ‘Evolution of Salutogenic Training’ in twenty-five years of capacity building through the ETC ‘Healthy Learning’ Process. The ETC-Book was published on the occasion of our 25th Anniversary and presented at the Concha Colomer Symposium 2016 to the Mayor of Wageningen Mr. G. van Rumund in Wageningen, The Netherlands.

As PDF File available (9,7 MB): ETC Book 2016

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Twenty years of Capacity Building
Evolution of Salutogenic Training: The ETC ‘Healthy Learning’ Process

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The ETC-Book reflects and summarizes the ‘Evolution of Salutogenic Training’ in twenty years of capacity building through the ETC ‘Healthy Learning’ Process. The ETC-Book was published on the occasion of our 20th Anniversary and the Symposium 2011 in Zagreb, Croatia.

As PDF File available (3,6 MB): ETC_Book_2011

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