Nordic School of Public Health NHV: 60 Years of Public Health
Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordic School of Public Health NHV2014 (English)Report (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))Alternative title
Nordic School of Public Health NHV : Nordisk folkhälsa under 60 år (Swedish)
Nordic School of Public Health NHV (NHV) was a pioneer within Nordic public health science and education during 1953-2014. The activities at NHV rested on the three pillars of public health, Nordic ontext and international outlook. The Nordic Council of Ministers (NMR) was the responsible body for NHV, which was earlier also known by its Swedish names ‘Nordiska högskolan förfolkhälsovetenskap’ and ‘Nordiska hälsovårdshögskolan’. NHV was financed by the Nordic countries Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
In June 2013, NMR decided to close NHV on the basis that education in public health could now befound at other Nordic universities. As a result, academic activities at NHV ended on December 31, 2014.
NHV had a clear objective to generate Nordic synergy and added value by having Nordic perspectives and Nordic participants as well as Nordic examples in both education and research. NHV focussed much effort on Nordic collaborations and networking. NHV’s mission statement was to create and disseminate knowledge that promotes good and equal health. Several evaluations demonstrated NHV’s strong role within the field of public health in Europe. This joint Nordic mission within education and research generated a unique competence at NHV, since no other institute of higher education could demonstrate a similar profile. Having had the entire Nordic region as the base of its activities, NHV had the possibility to take advantage of the access to stimulating similarities and differences between the Nordic countries.
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Göteborg: Nordic School of Public Health NHV Göteborg, Sweden , 2014. , 6 p.
NHV Reports and Doctor of Public Health-Theses, ISSN 0283-1961 ; NHV Report 2014:3
Medical and Health Sciences
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