In order to create health and wellbeing for all, we need to work together between sectors, in line with the UN´s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Therefore, we decided to host the Nordic Public Health Conference and the European Positive Psychology Conference in the same week with one shared day. We hope that this will allow participants to make new connections and develop stronger networks in order to create a world we want to live in.

The 13th Nordic Public Health conference will take place 22-25 June 2020 and the 10th European Conference on Positive Psychology (ECPP) will take place on 24-27 June 2020, during the season of bright nights in Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland.
The home of the conference will be HARPA, Reykjavik´s spectacular new conference and concert hall, located by the harbour, downtown Reykjavik.
The theme of the Nordic conference is
“Health and wellbeing for all – heading for the future”
The theme for the European conference is
“Creating a world we want to live in”.

The focus will be on the science of wellbeing and how we can apply it.
The conference program will include subjects such as mental wellbeing, commercial determinants of health and wellbeing and wellbeing measures to name a few. We promise you high quality and inspiring conferences.

Finally yet importantly, the spectacular, unspoiled nature of Iceland will be there to welcome you. Participants will have the opportunity to increase their wellbeing in various ways, like swimming, running or hiking during our bright nights. We are looking very much forward to seeing in June 2020 in Reykjavik.
We look forward to welcome you all in our home country.

Warm regards,

Alma D. Möller
President of NPHC 2020
Director of Health

Dora Gudrun Gudmundsdottir
President of ECPP 2020
Director, Public Health

Directorate of Health in Icleand

The ECPP 2020 and NPHC 2020 leadership is closely monitoring the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.
We are currently proceeding with all original plans for the Conferences in Iceland in June 2227,  2020.
However, we will provide updates to participants in as timely manner as possible should anything change.

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