10th

EPH Conference logo

 

Sustaining resilient and
healthy communities

Stockholm, Sweden
1 - 4 November 2017

PRE-CONFERENCE WEDNESDAY 1 NOVEMBER 2017 (12:30 - 17:00) 

Stockholmsmässan

 

Young Researchers' Forum

 

Organised by

ASPHER

Chairs:

Kasia Czabanowska, ASPHER President (Maastricht University)
Laurent Chambaud, ASPHER Executive Board Member (EHESP)
Nino Künzli, ASPHER Executive Board Member (SSPH+)

13:00 – Arrivals

13:30 – Opening by Kasia Czabanowska, ASPHER President

13:45 - Deliberate self-harm among the homeless population in Ireland: a national registry-based study of incidence and associated factors by Peter BARRETT, University College Dublin, IRELAND

14:00 - Time trends in prevalence and incidence rates of childhood overweight and obesity in Portugal: Generation XXI birth cohort by Ana Isabel FREITAS, University of Porto, PORTUGAL

14:15 - Fruit and vegetable intake among urban palestinians and israelis - A Cross Sectional Study by Tamara HUSEINI, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, ISRAEL

14:30 - Prevalence of food insecurity and associated socio-demographic characteristics in young adults: evidence from a Portuguese population-based sample by Isabel MAIA, University of Porto, PORTUGAL

14:45 - Break

15:15 - Socioeconomic status, sleep and cardiometabolic disorders: pooled analyses from six European cohorts by Dusan PETROVIC, University of Lausanne, SWITZERLAND

15:30 - Social inequalities in lung function development from adolescence to early adulthood: the EPITeen Cohort study by Vânia ROCHA, University of Porto, PORTUGAL

15:45 - Costs and effectiveness of influenza vaccination: a review by Silvia ROTA, University of Milan-Bicocca, ITALY

16:00 - The association between iron supplementation during pregnancy and childhood and anemia status among one to five year old children in India by Monica THOMAS, American University of Armenia, ARMENIA

16:15– Closing speech by Elina Hemminki, Professor, Finnish National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) and 2017 Andrija Stampar Medallist

16:45  - Awards by ASPHER chairs

The following abstracts will be presented as posters:

Stressors and coping strategies among general secondary students in governmental schools in North West Bank
Mariam AL-TELL, An Najah National University, PALESTINE

Sexting among adolescents: the bad scenario and the reactions
Yara BARRENSE-DIAS, University of Lausanne, SWITZERLAND

The relationship between physical activity and mental health: results of a population level survey in Ireland.
Andrea BOWE, University College Dublin, IRELAND

Migrants and Perinatal Health: Assessing Equity in Healthcare in Portugal
Mariana CARRAPATOSO, Imperial College London, UNITED KINGDOM

Association between the availability and affordability of medicines under the uniform price regulation policy in low- and lower-middle-income (LI and LMI) countries
Kateryna CHEPYNOGA, University of Lausanne, SWITZERLAND

Support for evidence-based alcohol policy: results from the community action on alcohol pilot project in Ireland
Martin DAVOREN, University College Cork, IRELAND

Reproductive trajectories and social-biological dimensions in parenthood: findings from the validation of the Portuguese version of the Meaning of Parenthood Scale
Ana HENRIQUES, University of Porto, PORTUGAL

What do political parties in Croatia talk about when they talk about health? An unexpected follow-up
Damir IVANKOVIC, Andrija Stampar School of Public Health, CROATIA

Creating conditions of equality within public health deliberations
Jaime JIMENEZ-PERNETT, Andalusian School of Public Health, SPAIN

What are the conditions for decentralization to improve the public health system? Perspectives from key decision-makers in the Philippines after 25 years of decentralizing health services
Harvy Joy LIWANAG, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, SWITZERLAND

Measuring childhood obesity and obesogenic urban form at neighbourhood-level. A public health approach for prioritizing communities for obesity control.
Ana Isabel RIBEIRO, University of Porto, PORTUGAL

Using Facebook in a nutritional program for overweight underpriveleged adolescents
Laura SAEZ, University of Lorraine, FRANCE

Access to healthcare among drug users: utilization and barriers
André TADEU, University of Porto, PORTUGAL

Individuals' Motivation to Undergo Three Types of Cancer Screening in Kazakhstan
Alfiya SHAMSUTDINOVA, Asfendiyarov Kazakh National Medical University, KAZAKHSTAN

 

Registration

The registration fee is € 70 which includes networking lunch and refreshments.