The Danish Committee for Health Education

The website of the Committee is unfortunately only in Danish. But here is an introduction to the Comittee.


The Danish Committee for Health Education was founded in 1964 and is a non-profit non-governmental organization with close working relations with public authorities like the Ministry of Health, the National Board of Health and private organizations in the health field. The membership organizations are primarily professional associations in the health field and the associations of county councils and local authorities.

Sponsored by mainly public health authorities, the Committee develops and produces health promotion material on many themes and to many target groups. Themes include pregnancy prevention, child and maternity health, sexually transmitted diseases, breastfeeding, child raising and alcohol problems.


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