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Crafting health promotion: from Ottawa to beyond Shanghai Volume 15, numéro 6, Novembre-Décembre 2016

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Auteurs
1 MSc MPH PhD
Director of the Centre for Health Equity Training Research & Evaluation (CHETRE)
UNSW Australia Research Centre for Primary Health Care & Equity
Unit of Population Health
South Western Sydney Local Health District
NSW Health and member of the Ingham Institute
Australia
2 BSW MPASR PhD
Deputy Director of the Centre for Health Equity Training
Research & Evaluation (CHETRE)
UNSW Australia Research Centre for Primary Health Care & Equity
Unit of Population Health
South Western Sydney Local Health District
NSW Health and member of the Ingham Institute
Australia
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a Evelyne de Leeuw attended the International conference on health promotion in Ottawa (November 1986) and all subsequent Global Conferences on Health Promotion. She may not be in Shanghai.

Impact and changeThis year there are celebrations, around the world, of the 30th anniversary of the Ottawa Charter [1]. We have seen similar celebrations five years [2, 3] and ten years ago [4, 5]. The Charter remains visionary and inspirational, with a lasting legacy. But it has not delivered on its vision comprehensively. Two of its action areas stand out as having failed to show real evidence of success: the call to build healthy public policy, and the need to reorient health services for health [...]