Paolo Contu

Paolo Contu PhD, MD

Paolo Contu PhD, MD

IUHPE Vice President Capacity-Building, Education & Training

Organisation
Department of Public Health
Clinical and Molecular Medicine
University of Cagliari
Cittadella Universitari,
09042 Monserrato
Cagliari, Italy

Position
Professor of Public Health, Department of Medical Sciences and Public Health, University of Cagliari
Vice-president for Communications – International Union Health Promotion and Education
Co-Chair of the Global Working Group “Competencies and Workforce Development” –
International Union Health Promotion and Education
Director of the School of Public Health, University of Cagliari

Other Professional Positions
1992- 2001: Associate Professor of Public Health, University of Cagliari
1989-1992: Hygiene and Public Health Professional, Health Local Unit (NHS) of Cagliari

Experiences
2007–date: member of the Global Board of Trustees International Union
Health Promotion and Education
2010 –2016: Vice-president for Capacity Building Education and Training – International Union Health Promotion and Education
2012 –2015: President of the Faculty of Medicine – University of Cagliari
1995- member of the European Training Consortium in Public Health and
Health Promotion (lecturer and tutor in 16 summer courses)

Teaching public health, health promotion, epidemiology and medical
statistics for undergraduate and postgraduate medical students,
nurses, social workers, health visitors, PHD students

Research in the area of epidemiology and health promotion (clinical
epidemiology, biostatistics, action research, participatory methods).

ETC-PHHP – Salutogenic training in health promotion

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