SHE network is the Schools for Health in Europe network. SHE network aims to support organisations and professionals to further develop and sustain school health promotion in each country by providing the European platform for school health promotion. The network is coordinated by CBO, as a WHO Collaborating Centre for School Health Promotion.
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SHE network is a network of National Coordinators from 45 countries in the European Region. Learn more about the SHE member countries.
The SHE network provides easy access to information, good practices, contacts and exchange of information. International collaboration helps to minimize duplication of effort and to provide a framework that fosters and sustains innovation. Membership for the SHE network is open for any organisation or professional with an interest in schools and health. Read more about the Schools for Health in Europe network.
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Schools for Health News
Mon, 5 October 2015
The Health and Wellbeing International Conference took place on 21-22 September 2015 in Glasgow, Scotland. The focus was on the role of health and wellbeing in education and learning.
Mon, 31 August 2015
The SHE network will be represented at the WHO European Ministerial Conference on the Life-course Approach in the Context of Health 2020. The meeting will take place on 21-22 October 2015 in Minsk, ...
Mon, 31 August 2015
HBSC’s factsheets and visualizations offer new ways to engage with HBSC’s data and explore their key health findings related to topics such as physical activity, substance use and mental health in s...
- Wed, 14 October 2015 - Sat, 17 October 2015 8th European Public Health Conference
- Wed, 14 October 2015 - Thu, 15 October 2015 2015 annual meeting of Regions for Health Network (RHN)
- Tue, 17 November 2015 - Thu, 19 November 2015 The 3rd European Health Literacy Conference