The Centre of Excellence in Health Promotion and Rehabilitation
The Centre of Excellence in Health Promotion and Rehabilitation is a centre for promoting and advancing research and development, as well as implementation, dissemination and mediation of information in the fields of curative mud treatment and human mobility and operational capacity. The centre is a partner for the private sector in developing new evidence-based products and services.
The Centre of Excellence in Health Promotion and Rehabilitation was founded in 2011 on the basis of Tallinn University Haapsalu College and based on the regional potential for development in the fields of mobility and operational capacity (Haapsalu Neurological Rehabilitation Centre, Tallinn University Haapsalu College) and curative mud treatment (curative mud mining, traditions of mud treatment, spas), relying on a network of partners who share common interests.
The mission of the centre is preserving and restoring the working capacity of the (working-age) population and promoting regional development.
The work of the Centre of Excellence in Health Promotion and Rehabilitation focuses on to main fields:
- The field of curative mud treatment
- The field of mobility and operational capacity