Reports from Uppsala Health Summit

Effective dialogue requires a common understanding of the challenge. That is why we produce Uppsala Health Summit's pre-conference reports. These reports, which are prepared by the program committee, also provide an overview of recent research and developments within the field. 

Conclusions from the Summits, i.e. reflections and proposals on how to move forward, are prepared by the same team, and published a few months after the Summit.

You are encouraged to download the reports, share them and use them for your work.


Pathways to Lifelong Mental Wellbeing - Preconference report

Pathways to Lifelong Mental Wellbeing - Postconference Compendium of briefs

Pathways to Lifelong Mental Wellbeing - Executive Summary brief

Pathways to Mental Wellbeing - Postconference briefs for each workshop: 

Implementation of the Swedish Method Physical Activity on Prescription

Psychological Flexibility, Mental Health, Covid 19 and Beyond

Public Mental Health: Discussions on Semantic and Taxonomic Problems Regarding Mental Health and Illness, and the Application and Implication of New Technologies

Hormones and Mood 

Addressing Peripartum Depression

Public Mental Health Promotion as an Integral Part of Clinical and Community Care Programme 

How to Improve Access to Evidence-Based Psychological Interventions

Animal Assisted Interventions - How they Can Improve Wellbeing Among Children Facing Mental Health Difficulties at School



Managing Antimicrobial Resistance Through Behaviour Change - Preconference report

Managing Antimicrobial Resistance Through Behaviour Change - Postconference Compendium of briefs 

Managing Antimicrobial Resistance Through Behaviour Change - Executive Summary

Managing Antimicrobial Resistance through Behavior Change - Post-conference briefs for each workshop:

Why not practise knowledge? The art of disease prevention.

Roadmap for guiding the implementation of incentives to stimulate antibiotics R&D

Consumer behaviour and antibiotic resistance

Antibiotics and antibiotic resistant bacteria in the environment. How can behavior change become partof the solution? 

Making sense of antibiotic resistance - Communicate for behavior change

When children relate to the 'wild' - potential benefits and perils in human-animal learning encounters

Where are our antibiotics? Three possible solutions to addressing antibiotics shortages and improving antibiotic supply globally

Teaching antimicrobial resistance - educating young people to be change agents. 



Healthy Urban Childhoods - Pre-Conference Report

Healthy Urban Childhoods - Post-Conference Report



Care for Cancer - Pre-Conference Report

Care for Cancer - Post-Conference Report



Tackling Infectious Disease Threats - Pre-Conference Report

Tackling Infectious Disease Threats - Post-Conference Report 



Ending Childhood Obesity - Pre-Conference Report

Ending Childhood Obesity - Post-Conference Report 



A world without antibiotics - Pre-Conference Report

A world without antibiotics - Post-Conference Report 



Healthcare for Healthy Ageing - Pre-Conference Report

Healthcare for Healthy Ageing - Post-Conference Report 


Last modified: 2022-03-21