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STARS researchers from several countries are collaborating on an international study to examine the relationship between coping resources and mental health during the Corona crisis. 

Data collection is currently in progress in English (United States) 

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People - Planet - Health: There is no human health without planetary health

An invitation for young global stakeholders

The IUHPE Rotorua statement calls for urgent action to promote planetary health and sustainable development. This project aims to collect, communicate and connect existing initiatives and projects in a “bottom-up” process to give voice, visibility, support, network, and sustainability opportunities to local projects, initiatives, ideas, and groups that interconnect planetary health and health promotion. The project's duration is from July 2020 until July 2021, and it is led by the International Union of Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE), Lucerne University of Applied Arts and Sciences, University of Nottingham and National University of Ireland Galway. For questions and suggestions please contact the project leaders: Claudia Meier Magistretti (claudia.meiermagistretti@hslu.ch) and Jake Sallaway-Costello (Jake.Sallaway-Costello@nottingham.ac.uk).

6th International Conference on Salutogenesis

Advancing Salutogenesis towards thriving societies

Girona, June 17-18, 2021

Following five successful International Research Seminars on Salutogenesis (Helsinki 2008 & 2009, Geneva 2010, Tröllhattan 2011 & 2012), the International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE), its Global Working Group on Salutogenesis, the Society for Theory and Research on Salutogenesis (STARS), and the Center of Salutogenesis (CoS) of the University of Zurich (UZH) are pleased to invite you to participate in the 6th International Conference on Salutogenesis.