At Sundeborgere.dk, which is the Healthy Cities Network’s digital knowledge sharing platform, municipalities can share knowledge on best practice from various health-promoting and preventive initiatives. Sundeborgere.dk is intended as a platform where municipalities can exchange practice experiences, so that municipal efforts become grounded on a more solid foundation of practice knowledge.
As Sundeborgere.dk becomes larger and more content is continually added, there has been an interest in summarizing comparable cases under so-called "master cases", which municipalities can then use to gain an overview of a given area.
The National Institute of Public Health will help to make such summaries.
In connection with the Healthy City Network's expansion of www.sundeborgere.dk in 2021-2023, financed by a grant from the Danish Health Authority’s Health Promotion Fund 2021-2023, the collaboration between National Institute of Public Health and Healthy City Network resumes in two areas: Development of eight master cases and quality assurance of 16 cases on the sundeborgere.dk within several new areas.
The development of a master case consists of reading through the existing individual cases within various topics and conducting a qualitative analysis, which summarizes insights that go across the individual cases. The National Institute of Public Health will develop a total of eight mastercases.
For example, The National Institute of Public Health has already developed a master case that summarizes learning points from various smoking prevention initiatives targeting young people. In 2021, a master case will be created, which will address nature as an arena for health-promoting initiatives. In addition, in 2021, a master case, which summarizes initiatives working with meaningful communities will too be developed.
The development of the mastercases will consist of a qualitative analysis of relevant cases on Sundeborgere.dk and adhere to the template at sundeborgere.dk
There will be developed
2 cases in 2021
3 cases in 2022
3 cases in 2023
Collaboration and fund providers
Healthy City Network