Health promotion

9th Global Conference on Health Promotion, Shanghai 2016

Promoting health, promoting sustainable development: Health for all, and all for health

Conference programme

Time
Monday, 21 November 2016
Venue
10:30–11:30 Opening ceremony 7F Grand Ballroom
Celebrating the powerful contribution that promoting health can make to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
Keynote addresses
Health is central to sustainable development
11:30–12:30 Opening plenary 7F Grand Ballroom
Prioritizing promoting health to accelerate progress on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
Keynote addresses
How to strengthen good governance for health, including through action across sectors and social mobilization?
How to improve urban health and support healthy cities and communities?
How to strengthen health literacy?
12:30–13:30
Lunch
Mandarin Hall 1
12:30–13:30 Ministerial lunch 9F Huangpu River Hall
How to promote policy coherence between economic policy and public health policy?
12:30–13:30 Mayors lunch (including opening of the Mayors' Forum) 7F Pearl Hall
How to strengthen the role of Mayors in promoting health at the city level?
13:45–14:45
Opening plenary (continued)
7F Grand Ballroom
High-level panel discussion: How to make bold political choices for health in the face of other interests?
How will including health as one of the central lines of government policy accelerate progress on the SDG targets?
How can action be taken to better align private sector incentives with public health goals?
How to strengthen policy coherence and synergies between trade and investment policies and public health?
Gavel moment: Adoption of the Shanghai Declaration on Health Promotion
Time for action: Making the Shanghai Declaration on Health Promotion deliver for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
14:45–15:00
Healthy break
7F Foyer outside Grand Ballroom
Mayors Forum: Improving urban health and supporting healthy cities and communities
15:15–17:15 Plenary session 7F Grand Ballroom
How to strengthen and expand a strong worldwide movement for healthy cities?
How to make cities smoke-free?
Panel discussion: How can cities and their citizens advance health?
What roles do cities and their inhabitants play in making urban centres healthy?
Gavel moment: Celebrating the Shanghai Mayors’ Consensus on Healthy Cities
Signing of the Shanghai Mayors’ Consensus on Healthy Cities.
17:15–17:30
Healthy break
Transformative pathways (parallel sessions)
17:30–18:45 Road to safer cities: SITIS 9F Huangpu River Hall
How to improve road safety through cross-sectoral and multidisciplinary approaches?
17:30–18:45 From urban living to green living 1F Century Hall
Cities are at the frontline in the fight against climate change. Can fast-growing, fast-developing cities be green cities too?
17:30–18:45 Healthy Life, Healthy City 5F Yangtze River Hall
How can cities be designed and organized so that their citizens' everyday choices are healthy choices?
17:30–18:45 Healthy ageing and future cities 5F Europe Hall
How can cities accommodate rapidly ageing communities, to ensure inclusiveness and quality of life?
17:30–18:45 Science for healthier cities 3F Auditorium
How can science, innovation and new technology be best used to promote health in fast-changing urban environments?
17:30–18:45 Healthy City, Healthy Mind 3F Yellow River Hall
How can cities be designed and organized to promote good mental health and well-being?
19.15–20.45 Reception hosted by the National Health and Family Planning Commission of China and the Shanghai Municipal Government 7F Grand Ballroom

Time
Tuesday, 22 November 2016
Venue
09:00–10:00 Special panel session: Innovation for health - a vision into the future 3F Auditorium
What role can innovation and entrepreneurship play to promote health in the SDG era?
10:00–11:15 Plenary session: Strengthening good governance for health through action across government sectors 3F Auditorium
Which countries have shown high-level political commitment and legislative action? What are the results?
Which structures and mechanisms work?
How can it be financed?
High-level panel
How can tax policies on healthy or harmful products foster economic growth, prosperous lives and sustainability?
11:15–11:30
Healthy break
3F Foyer outside Auditorium
Transformative pathways (parallel sessions)
How can progress on these SDGs be accelerated by promoting action across sectors for health?
11:30–13:00 SDG 2: Zero hunger 3F Auditorium
How can progress on SDG 2 be accelerated by strengthening good governance for health through action across government sectors?
11:30–13:00 SDGs 2 and 3: Ending childhood obesity 3F Yellow River Hall
How can progress on SDGs 2 and 3 be accelerated by strengthening good governance for health through action across government sectors?
11:30–13:00 SDGs 3 and 16: Physical activity 5F Yangtze River Hall
How can physical activity be everybody’s business?
11:30–13:00 SDGs 2, 3 and 4: Antimicrobial resistance 5F Europe Hall
How can progress on SDGs 2, 3 and 4 be accelerated by strengthening good governance for health through action across government sectors?
11:30–13:00 SDGs 1, 5 and 10: Social protection policies 7F Pearl Hall
How can progress on SDGs 1, 5 and 10 be accelerated by strengthening good governance for health through action across government sectors?
11:30–13:00 SDGs 4, 5 and 16: Interpersonal violence 9F Huangpu River Hall
How can progress on SDGs 4, 5 and 16 be accelerated by strengthening good governance for health through action across government sectors?
13:00–14:00
Lunch
Mandarin Hall 1
13:00–14:00 Lunch-time symposia
How can digital health provide innovation for addressing the SDGs? 3F Yellow River Hall
The next generation of health promotion: What will it look like? 5F Yangtze River Hall
How can youth become future health promotion leaders in delivering on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development? 7F Pearl Hall
14:15–15:45 Plenary session: Broadening and strengthening social mobilization 3F Auditorium
How can social mobilization engage communities to accelerate the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development?
Which approaches work?
How can it be financed?
High-level panel
How can social mobilization transform early warning, risk reduction and management of health risks during urban epidemics?
15:45–16:15
Healthy break
3F Foyer outside the Auditorium
Transformative pathways (parallel sessions)
How can progress on these SDGs be accelerated by broadening and strengthening social mobilization?
16:15–17:45 SDGs 1, 2, 3 and 13 3F Auditorium
Climate resilience: How can social mobilization prepare people for the growing risks of climate change?
16:15–17:45 SDGs 2, 3 and 4 3F Yellow River Hall
Realizing gender equality: How can social mobilization empower women and girls and close the gender gap?
16:15–17:45 SDG 3 5F Yangtze River Hall
Policy coherence: How can social mobilization promote mutual accountability of policymaking on health?
16:15–17:45 SDG 1 5F Europe Hall
No poverty: Can social mobilization help to end poverty in all its forms everywhere?
16:15–17:45 SDG 3 7F Pearl Hall
Disease outbreaks: Can social mobilization reduce the risk of spread of epidemics and pandemics?
16:15–17:45 SDG 3 9F Huangpu River Hall
Refugees and migrants: Can social mobilization address the drivers of migration and the causes of large movements of refugees?
17:45 Second day adjourns

Time
Wednesday, 23 November 2016
Venue
Healthy China 2030 (from vision to action)
9:00–10:30 SDG 3 and 9: Healthy China strategic plan 3F Auditorium
How can health promotion accelerate the implementation of the 13th Five-year Plan for Health and the Healthy China 2030 plan through multisectorial collaboration and usage of new technology?
9:00–10:30 SDGs 1, 3 and 10: Health system reform 3F Yellow River Hall
What are the achievements, challenges and lessons learned towards UHC and health equity? How can catastrophic health expenditure and related poverty be prevented? How can health system reform be further deepened to promote health and related SDGs?
9:00–10:30 SDG 3: Healthy living and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) 5F Yangtze River Hall
How does health promotion contribute to cultivating the culture of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)? How can TCM contribute to healthy living and sustainable development?
9:00–10:30 SDGs 3 and 11: Promoting health literacy 7F Pearl Hall
What has worked during the 60 year journey of developing healthy cities in China? How has health literacy become the foundation block for health and sustainable development?
9:00–10:30 SDGs 3 and 16: Health emergency response 5F Europe Hall
How has the joint multi-sectoral emergency response system worked in response to Ebola, Zika, SARS, earthquakes and other public health emergencies? How can individuals and communities be empowered in emergency response?
9:00–10:30 SDGs 3, 4 and 11: Healthy China 2030 exhibition 3F Foyer outside Auditorium
Showcase of the best practices in health promotion and a demonstration of China's achievements in health promotion and sustainable development.
On-site visits
10:30–19:30 On-site visits organized by the Shanghai Health and Family Planning Commission have been aranged to showcase local experiences in health promotion and sustainable development in Shanghai On-site
47 routes have been prepared, covering 15 districts of Shanghai.
Each route includes 3 sites: 1 healthy school, 1 health workplace and 1 healthy community.
Lunch and dinner will be provided.

Time
Thursday, 24 November 2016
Venue
9:00–10:15 Plenary session: Promoting health literacy 3F Auditorium
Will national plan for strengthening health literacy accelerate progress on the SDGs?
How do we create consumer environments that support healthy choices?
How do we set standards for health literate organizations?
High-level panel
How can health literacy contribute to quality education and promote lifelong learning?
10:15–10:30
Healthy break
3F Foyer outside Auditorium
Transformative pathways (parallel sessions)
How can progress on these SDGs be accelerated by promoting health literacy?
10:30–12:00 SDGs 3 and 8: Decent work and economic growth 3F Auditorium
Should leaders promote health employment as a driver of inclusive economic growth?
10:30–12:00 SDGs 3 and 9: Industry, innovation and infrastructure 3F Yellow River Hall
How can health literacy bridge the digital divide and development knowledge societies?
10:30–12:00 SDGs 3 and 6: Clean water and sanitation 5F Yangtze River Hall
How can health literacy contribute to prevent disease through safe water and sanitation for all?
10:30–12:00 SDG 3: Universal health coverage 5F Europe Hall
How can health literacy help to achieve universal health coverage and access quality health care?
10:30–12:00 SDGs 3 and 5: Maternal, newborn, child health and reproductive health 7F Pearl Hall
How can health literacy accelerate the pace of progress?
10:30–12:00 SDG 3: Endemic infectious diseases 9F Huangpu River Hall
Making the case for investing in health promotion.
12:00-12:15
Healthy break
3F Foyer outside Auditorium
Plenary session continued
12.15-12.45 Plenary session: Reporting back 3F Auditorium
Summary of the main outcomes of the Conference
12.45-13.00 Closing ceremony 3F Auditorium
How can we implement the Shanghai Declaration?
How can WHO and the other agencies of the UN system support governments in their national efforts?
13:00
Conference adjourns
3F Auditorium
Lunch will be provided in Mandarin Hall after the Conference has adjourned