"Health and Territories" Cycle - Tuesday 6 november 2018 from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM - Maison de l'Architecture en Ile De France

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The levers of action on health and well-being depend on broader policies than those of health stricto sensu, and have cultural, social and economic ramifications for which the urban dimension plays a role of integrator and regulator.

INTA and Urbapilot, with the support of elected officials, professionals and economic partners who contribute to improving the living environments that are determinants of health, question the capacity of the territories to seize the opportunities that can offer them the renewal of urban policies to rewrite the links between urban planning and health.

  • Put urban health at the heart of local politics
  • Propose new solutions by involving local actors and inhabitants
  • Engage the private sector in a new health culture in the territories


The conclusions of this meeting and the following served as a framework for the launch of an application program to engage territories in a new culture of health. This program began with a series of breakfast-debates (INTA-Kawa) to address health issues in the territories.

Programme & Speakers

"Rebuilding links between Health & Urbanism : which role for inhabitants ?"
What makes health for the inhabitants outside the places of health / the offer of care services?

Marie Chabrol, Urbapilot : restitution of the research "Design with the inhabitants neighborhoods beneficial to health and well-being" / presentation of orientations and project tracks (city that occupies / makes move / allows nature / regulates)

We had the pleasure of welcoming two Great Witnesses:

Denis Bernadet, scientific animator at Leroy Merlin Source and Frédéric Dor, pharmacist, ex hygiene laboratory City of Paris, training coordinator DEJEPS, Ile-de-France Badminton League.

These exchanges were moderated by Bernard Roth, INTA's scientific advisor.

 

Conclusions & Pictures

 

// Listen the speakers interviews (in French)

 

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