Welcome to the website of the Office of Projects for Global Public Health.

The office is a part of the structure of International Association of Educators for World Peace (IAEWP), which is an international organisation with consultative relationship to the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), which deals among others with public health.

         The office was established to facilitate the activities of the organisation aiming at popularising and informing about the problems of global public health and finding solutions to these.

          We draw up projects and deal with opinions concerning innovations in public health, which comprise new diagnosing methods and treatment especially of common civilisation diseases and the health education method (promoting health and pro-health behaviour).

           We support innovations which are to improve the health comfort of the population in:

ź  diagnosing myocardial ischemia

ź  biotechnology (e.g. nanotechnology)

ź  genetics (e.g. tests of genetically related  cancer cases)

ź  new ways of treating civilisation diseases.

                We give lectures and presentations. We advise in the area of innovative technologies. We propagate internationally the knowledge in the form of projects, which can function as a basis for the implementation of these solutions.

                We support organising trainings and specialist courses which end with or facilitate gaining job qualifications in areas connected with health protection. Moreover, we participate in the education process in the subjects of studies connected with health protection.

               We promote extraordinary solutions which can be a breakthrough in the health care system and propose these to prestigious international awards.

                Supporting new solutions in the health care we offered cooperation to Jerzy Stanislaw Janicki, PhD - an author of a new theory of the action of the heart, who is a Partner of the IAEWP Office of Projects for Global Public Health.

                Jerzy Janicki, for establishing the new theory of the action of the heart and based on it a special system of diagnosing early detection of myocardial ischemia using the Satro method, aspires to two prestigious international awards for 2010:

                - The Kavli Prize in Neuroscience  (Reference Number of Nomination 9444828) 

                - The Nobel Peace Prize.

Nobel Peace Prize Committee in Oslo, by letter to IAEWP dated 7 April 2010 officially confirmed the candidacy of Stanislaw Jerzy Janicki  to the Nobel Prize.

Dr. Jerzy Janicki is the second reported by IAEWP Pole for this prestigious award, by side of the well-known in the world Professor Kazimierz Imieliński.

             This method, called SATRO, has been confirmed in multi-centre clinical trials in Poland. Early detection of CHD is an important social issue, due to the statistically prevalent cause of death and the high costs of the existing standard diagnostics and treatment of CHD. The method and its practical implementation in health care systems allows its universal application, also, or above all, in the form of telemedicine.

              J. S. Janicki has financed himself the discovery of the method, popularisation and publication of important academic papers, thus implementing the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of the business. He is perceived in Poland as the model for entrerpreneurs. He gives examples of his ideal combination of Science and Business.  

                In Poland he is regarded as one of the most innovative authors of the year 2010. He won an Innovation Award 2009 during International Congress of Electrocardiology and the polish title of the Country Innovation Leader 2009. 

                Approved clinical research of this diagnostic method prognosticates enormous social benefits stemming from its implementation, which is the subject of our project ’Common myocardial ischemia (coronary hearth disease) prevention ‘ being the official project of the organisation.

                We encourage You to learn more about public health at other sites of our office.