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JAPAN: HPH Newcomers Workshop 2015

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Transcript of JAPAN: HPH Newcomers Workshop 2015

HPH Newcomers Workshop
Second HPH Seminar, Japan, Jan 2015
...an introduction to HPH
1. Welcome and introduction

2. Vienna Recommendations and Background

3. Structure, Constitution & Communication

4. Member privileges and obligations

5. Conclusion

Get a good introduction and a good start to HPH
get inspired by the successes of others
don't repeat what others have shown not to work
A "free-space" chance to
reflect (what are you looking for? what you're likely to get? what's needed to get there?)
discuss with others in your situation
and ask ANY questions on HPH
Being a Newcomer and a local expert...
Bring your knowledge, approach, work and experience into play

The participants
Structure, Constitution and Communication of
the International HPH Network


We hope you have:
A picture of HPH as a well-established intl network of colleagues with easy and effective ID of collaborators
A sense of how to build on existing knowledge and experience in HPH
Gathered even further inspiration (cases, best practices)
Intentions to take part in further education, teaching, staff exchange and training
Intentions to take part in international research, TFs & WGs
An idea of what HPH Membership is for (broad HP framework, technical support, tools etc.)
Ambitions to do even more to help the overall improvement of health in H&HS in your country and globally

Group work:
Discussing implementation
of the WHO HPH Standards

1) Management Policy
2) Patient assessment
3) Patient information & intervention
4) Healthy workplace
5) Continuity & Cooperation

What is your hospital already doing?

EB WHO Standards
Self Asessment Tool to monitor the implementation process

Group work:

Discussing implementation of the WHO HPH Standards

Conferences (Local, National, Regional, International)
Schools (newcomers, WHO-HPH, N/R, Managers)
GA + Courses + staff exchange
Newsletter + journal
HPH website: www.hphnet.org
Tools: Twinning, entry/exit forms, affiliated membership, Webex, Google maps, Linkedin, FB, twitter, Generic HPH Slides, Project Zones, forum, N/R and TF subsites,
Library, Guides etc.

Communication and tools

Trial Profile for PhD project: WHO HPH Recognition Project

HPH Membership

N/R Network Member (Corporate Member)
Minimum 3 hospitals / health services
N/R Coordinator and coordinating institution
HPH Network Agreement with the HPH Secretariat

Individual Member Hospital / HS
Signing the HPH Letter of Intent

HPH Task Forces

Migrant-Friendly & Culturally Competent Health Care (IT)
HP for Children & Adolescents in & by Hospitals (IT/PT)
HPH and the Environment (TW) (incl. HCWH and WHO participation)
Health Promoting Physical Activity in H/HS (S)
Age Friendly Care in H/HS

General Assembly
National / Regional HPH Coordinators
WHO CC representatives
WHO representative (observer)
Task Force Leaders
Observers from upcoming networks

Governance Board
7 elected members
2 WHO CC representatives (Vienna, Copenhagen)
1 WHO representative

Organizational bodies

HPH History

1988 – 97 From Project to European Network
2004 Int. HPH Network and Secretariat
2005 Gen Assembly & Governance Board
2008 HPH Constitution
2009 First Global HPH Strategy
2010 MoU, New website, Intl Progress Rep
2011 Second Global HPH Strategy
2011 Scientific journal of Clinical HP research and best practice
2012 First Intl HPH Conference in Asia
2014 MoU 2020 with WHO

WHO Terms of reference

Run the Intl HPH Secretariat and
support countries to:
Implement WHO principles for HP and use
HP strategies and standards
Create further evidence
Teach and train staff in EB HP
Implement best EB practice for HP

300 Eur per H/HS

(or pay-per-employee scaled fee for bigger organizations)

HPH Member Fee/Year

Raffaele Zoratti (Italy) (Chair)
Ida Bukholm (Norway) (Vice Chair)
Manel Santina (Spain)
Susan Frampton (USA)
Bozena Walewska (Poland)
Jerneja Farkas (Slovenia)

Governance Board

Ottawa Charter, Budapest Declaration, Vienna Recommendations, Bangkok Charter and WHO Standards for Health Promotion in Hospitals

HPH Constitution

”HPH shall work towards incorporating the WHO concepts, values, strategies and standards or indicators of HP into the organizational structure of the H/HS”

”Increase the contribution of H/HS to better health gain through HP”

(Sackett, DL, Strauss SE, Richardson WS et al. Evidence-based medicine. Churcill Livingstone 2000)

Best Evidence-Based HP Includes three parts

HPH World Map

Priorities 2013 – 2015
Standards & Indicators
Teaching and Training
Communication and Advocacy
Advancement of ClinHP Research

How we work

Ex: Adding HP to surgery

HPH Structure

720+ members
HPH Action Plan
2. should belong to the national/regional network in the countries where such a networks exist (hospitals in countries without such networks should apply directly to the international coordinating institution);

3. should comply with the rules and regulations established at the international and national/regional levels by the members of the international network, the World Health Organization and the international coordinating institution.

Hospitals and health services that want to belong to the WHO HPH Network:

1. Should endorse the fundamental principles and strategies for implementation of the Vienna Recommendations;

3. Using methods and techniques from organizational development and project management:
to change and reorient existing hospital routines to make the hospital a learning organization;
to train and educate personnel in areas relevant for health promotion, such as education, communication, psychosocial skills and management;
to train project leaders in project management and communication skills;

4. Learning from experience:
exchange of experience with implementing health promoting hospitals projects at the national and international level should be promoted so that participating hospitals can learn from different approaches to problem solving;
health promoting hospitals should commit themselves to regional, national and international exchange and communication.

2. Improving communication, information and education by:
Improving communication within and the culture of the hospital so that they contribute to the quality of life for hospital staff (communication styles used by hospital staff should encourage inter-professional cooperation and mutual acceptance);
improving the communication between the hospital staff and the patients so that it is guided by respect and humane values;
enhancing the provision and quality of information, communication and educational programmes and skill training for patients and their relatives;

1. Fostering participation and creating commitment by:
encouraging participatory, health-gain-oriented procedures throughout the hospital,
including the active involvement of all professional groups and building alliances with other professionals outside the hospital;
encouraging an active and participatory role for patients according to their specific health potential, fostering patients’ rights, improving patients’ wellbeing and
creating health promoting hospital environments for patients and relatives;
creating healthy working conditions for all hospital staff, including the reduction of hospital hazards, as well as psychosocial risk factors;
enhancing the commitment of hospital management to health gain, including the principles of health in the daily decision-making processes;

4. be centred on people providing health services in the best way possible to patients and their relatives, to facilitate the healing process and contribute to the empowerment of patients;
5. use resources efficiently and cost-effectively, and allocate resources on the basis of contribution to health improvement; and,
6. form as close links as possible with other levels of the health care system and the community.

A. 6 Fundamental principles

1. promote human dignity, equity and solidarity, and professional ethics, acknowledging differences in the needs, values and cultures of different population groups;
2. be oriented towards quality improvement, the wellbeing of patients, relatives and staff, protection of the environment and realization of the potential to become learning organizations;
3. focus on health with a holistic approach and not only on curative services;

A. 6 Fundamental principles

A. 6 Fundamental principles

B. Implementation strategies

C. Participation in the WHO Health
Promoting Hospitals and Health
Services Network


Adopted at the 3rd Workshop of N/R HPH Network Coordinators
in Vienna, 16 April 1997

1986: Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion
(WHO) – ”Reorientation of health services”

1991: Budapest Declaration on HPH (First HPH paper)

1996: Ljubljana Charter for Reforming Health Care

1997: Vienna Recommendations (on HPH)

2005: Bangkok Charter (global health)

Background documents

Vienna HPH Recommendations

B. Implementation strategies

B. Implementation strategies

B. Implementation strategies

C. Participation in the WHO Health Promoting Hospitals Network

Implementation of a culture for health promotion in the organisation aimed both at patients, staff and local community

Pay fee

You get from the network what you put into it

National working groups on specific topics for exchange of knowledge and who work on common projects

A national strategy with a detailed yearly work plan




Tools – that bring framework to life
Energy and direction

What should be the obligations in Japan?

What should be the benefits in Japan?

Norwegian HPH strategy

Take part in the national working groups


Share experiences

Example: Norway - obligations

Support the principals of international documents such as the Ottawa charter, Vienna recommendations etc

Management support (signatory to LOI)

Smoke-free policy

Identify a local coordinator – local working group


The national coordinator works full time with the network

A professor works 20% at the secretariat with developing a joint research project

The secretariat is placed in a living HP environment at the only Centre for Health Promotion in a Norwegian hospital

The network is lead by a steering committee with highly knowledgeable and enthusiastic people who believe that HP makes a difference. Who also work with lobbying.

Example: Norway- privileges

Support from the International Secretariat

Support from national/regional coordinating institutions

International HPH conferences and WHO schools

International website, the new scientific journal, newsletter, social media – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn

Tools such as HPH standards, guide for healthy workplace, SEMT on children’s rights in hospital, standards for equity in health

Access to a network of over 800 hospitals and health services who have seen the benefit of working with health promotion

Invitations to join research projects – and at the same time access to a network of possible partners for research you want to do

A network where you can spread knowledge about tactics and methods you use, research you have done etc

Access to new knowledge – about organisational and professional development and HP strategies

The possibility of taking part in international task forces and working groups. Possibility to initiate such groups.

What do we get out of joining the HPH network?

Member privileges and obligations

What do we get out of joining the HPH network?

HP is easy - and you could do it yourself without HPH... but you dont.
"Save 1 complication after surgery by offering 1 patient HP that really works - and you have saved the money for your HPH member fee - and then some!"
Example: Norway- privileges


- Take 5 minutes to discuss with the person next to you...
Member privileges and obligations
Vienna Recommendations
How we work in HPH
Program of today
After the short presentation of the group work assignment, please PRESS PAUSE!
B. Implementation strategies
HPH website: www.hphnet.org
Follow-up on Group work (5 min):

What did you talk about in the groups?

Does your hospital already do specific Health Promoting activities, which fall in line with the WHO HPH Standards?

(Most hospitals have activities and procedures, which fall in line with the WHO HPH Standards - sometimes the activities have got other titles but covers the content described in the standard)
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