Pre-conference - Wednesday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P7
EUPHA-EPI, EUPHA-HSR, EUPHR-RP CAUS - Foundations of causal inference: Gently introducing public health researchers to counterfactuals, causal diagrams, and target trials

Chair: Linsay Gray, EUPHA section of Public Health Epidemiology, United Kingdom


Introduction to the pre-conference
Linsay Gray, United Kingdom


Motivation and course logistics
Sonja Swanson, the Netherlands


Counterfactuals (1/2)
Sonja Swanson, the Netherlands


Counterfactuals (2/2)
Sonja Swanson, the Netherlands


Target trials
Sonja Swanson, the Netherlands


Wrap-up
Sonja Swanson & Linsay Gray

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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P1
ENBEL, RCSI and IDE CLIM - Connecting health and climate change


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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P8
EUPHA-ECO ECON - Panel data econometrics: how to perform your analysis with R

Welcome and opening
João Vasco Santos, President EUPHA Public health economics section


Speakers
Yves Croissant and Giovanni Millo

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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P10
EUPHA-HTA, ASPHER Working Group on Economic Evaluation in Healthcare EEHE EVAL - Developments in Economic Evaluation in Healthcare

Introduction to the topic – chair: Chiara de Waure

Developments of EU HTA and economic evaluation – Silvia Evers

Costing of health interventions - Ciaran O'Neill

 

Health service innovation and medical devices - Chair: Bosiljka Djikanovic

Economic evaluation of health services - Rositsa Koleva-Kolarova

Economic evaluation of medical devices - Elena Petelos

 

Innovative pharmaceuticals - Chair: Céu Mateus

Economic evaluation of pharmaceuticals - Tomasz Bochenek

Pricing of innovative pharmaceuticals – Wim Groot

 

Reflection on the topic – chair: Judit Simon

Economic evaluation and professional practice – Lorena Dini

Economic evaluations beyond the QALYs - Petra Baji

 

Closing - Milena Pavlova

 

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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P6
Berlin School of Public Health (BSPH) GERM - Re-boosting public health in Germany – bottom-up and top-down initiatives with the potential for an informal public health system

Parallel initiatives on the legislative and the stakeholder level have the potential to form an informal public health system in the future 
Chair/Moderator: Nina Adelberger, Berlin School of Public Health

 

P1: Overview of the current German public health situation
Freia De Bock, BZgA, ZfPH

 

P2: Future Forum Public Health – On the Way to a Public Health Strategy for Germany
Karin Geffert, ZfPH

 

P3: The Public health service pact and its implications for the public health system
Elke Bruns-Philipps, Public health agency of Lower Saxony, BVÖGD, and Michaela Diercke, Robert Koch Institute

 

P4: Reacting to COVID-19 – Competence Network Public Health COVID-19 as a broad network of researchers for providing evidence to decision-makers
Ansgar Gerhardus, Competence Network Public Health COVID-19

 

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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P4
EUPHA-HP, UNESCO Chair Global Health & Education and International Institute, University of Michigan HPRO - Genuine Participation and the Transformational Potential of Health Promotion - Coronavirus Politics

 

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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P2
Institute of Public Health in Ireland, Faculty of Public Health Medicine, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland IFPH - Public Health in Ireland North and South, Past, Present and Future


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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P12
EUPHA-INJ INJU - Safety challenges and altered injury patterns in Europe during COVID-19 and beyond

Moderators:
Maria Papadakaki, President EUPHA INJ, Hellenic Mediterranean University, Greece
Birute Strukcinskiene, Vice President EUPHA INJ, Klaipeda University, Lithuania

 

The theoretical framework of unintentional injuries in adults: a focus on risk perception, risk communication and injury-related preventive behaviour
Christos Lionis, School of Medicine, University of Crete, Greece

 

Overview of home and leisure injury prevention in Europe
Robert Bauer, Department of Sports and Leisure Safety, KfV/Austrian Road Safety Board, Austria

 

Road traffic injuries: the new landscape after the pandemic
Maria Papadakaki, President EUPHA INJ, Hellenic Mediterranean University, Greece

 

Home and leisure pediatric injuries and the pandemic
Tatiana Alves, School of Health, Polytechnic Institute of Setúbal, Portugal and National Institute of Health Dr Ricardo Jorge

 

Intentional violent events, risk management and the COVID pandemic
Lodewijk Pas, University of Leuven, Belgium, and European Family Justice Centers Association

 

Alcohol consumption and injuries
Anne Lounamaa, National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL), Finland

 

Injury prevention and safety promotion strategies, and the Safe Community concept
Birute Strukcinskiene, Department of Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, Klaipeda University, Lithuania

 

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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P3
JAHEE: Joint Action Health Equity Europe JAHEE - Addressing Health Inequalities in Europe: lessons learned and key messages from the Joint Action Health Equity Europe


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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P5
EUPHA-MIG, Global Society of Migration, Ethnicity, Race & Health MIGR - Beyond the Covid-19 Syndemic: lessons learned for migrant and ethnic minority health


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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P9
EUPHA-ECO, Obesity Cobweb network OBES - What simulation modelling of obesity can be offered to policymakers and practitioners? How can we improve its contribution?

Welcome and opening

 

Overview of the pre-conference and audience engagement

 

Economic simulation modelling of obesity

  • Introduction (the German Markov Obesity Model)
  • What simulation modelling can and can’t offer policymakers and practitioners 
  • Research, data and knowledge translation needs
  • Audience engagement

Examples of international collaboration

  • The OECD and its SPHeP Models
  • The Norwegian MOON Model: How it was developed
  • Other examples
  • Audience engagement

Making simulation modelling work better for us

  • Introduction to the Obesity Cobweb network
  • An international programme to address research, data and knowledge translation needs:
  • Framework for simulation modelling of obesity
  • Gaps list
  • Audience engagement

Panel discussion: What’s to be done? What’s the way forward?

Wrap up and an invitation to join the Obesity Cobweb network

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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P11
EUPHA-SSWH SSWH - Mental health conditions a global challenge to social security and health systems?


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Join the network meetings - Wednesday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 10th
12:50-13:50
EUPHA-DH JTN001 - Digital health: Join the network

EUPHA Sections are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA Sections are inviting you to Join the Network and attend their annual meeting.


Wed 10th
12:50-13:50
EUPHA-FN JTN002 - Food and nutrition: Join the network

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Wed 10th
12:50-13:50
EUPHA-HIA JTN003 - Health impact assessment: Join the network

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Wed 10th
12:50-13:50
EUPHA-IDC JTN004 - Infectious diseases control: Join the network

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Wed 10th
12:50-13:50
EUPHA-PHMR JTN005 - Public health monitoring and reporting: Join the network

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Wednesday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 10th
14:00-14:40
Plenary Hall
OC - Opening Ceremony: Public health futures in a changing world

Moderators: Anthony Staines, Chair of the 14th EPH Conference 2021 and Regien Biesma-Blanco, Chair of the International Scientific Committee 2021

 

This session is the official opening session of the conference. European public health has had a difficult year. Across Europe the public health response to the COVID-19 pandemic has not been entirely successful despite an enormous amount of hard work in public health units all across Europe. The past year has shown that we need to identify futures for our discipline. If we don’t, others will, and that is not necessarily for the benefit of our practice, our practitioners, or the public. If we are to be more than well trained technicians perhaps we need to articulate more forcibly who we are, why we are, and why we are relevant? 

 

Speakers:

  • Stella Kyriakides, Commissioner for Health and Food Safety, European Commission
  • Stephen Donnelly, Minister of Health, Ireland
  • Robin Swann, Minister of Health, Northern Ireland

 

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Join the network meetings - Wednesday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 10th
14:50-15:50
EUPHA-HSR JTN006 - Health services research: Join the network

EUPHA Sections are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA Sections are inviting you to Join the Network and attend their annual meeting.


Wed 10th
14:50-15:50
EUPHA-EPI JTN007 - Public health epidemiology: Join the network

EUPHA Sections are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA Sections are inviting you to Join the Network and attend their annual meeting.


Wed 10th
14:50-15:50
EUPHA-PMH JTN008 - Public mental health: Join the network

EUPHA Sections are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA Sections are inviting you to Join the Network and attend their annual meeting.



Wednesday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 10th
14:50-15:50
Plenary Hall
Observatory, WHO EURO, ASPHER PL1 - Plenary 1: Public health practice, training and workforces for the future - Lessons from the pandemic

Moderator: Josep Figueras, Director European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies

 

The evidence base for this session will be a study by WHO Europe and the Observatory analyzing how well public health has responded to the pandemic. How did European countries perform in fighting the pandemic? Young professional will reflect from different perspectives: public health workforce skills and training, health equity, working across sectors, the role of social media. We will look into the future of our discipline: what is that we do well? What value do we bring? What skills do we need for now and for the future? 

 

Speakers/panellists to be confirmed.

 

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Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room A
A. The futures of public health EUPHA-LAW, EUPHA-ENV, Global Health Law Groningen (Netherlands), PETRA 1.A. - Workshop: Public health, climate change and strategic litigation
Chairperson(s): David Patterson - Netherlands, Vlatka Matkovic - Belgium

What is strategic litigation?
Marlies Hesselman - Netherlands

Current litigation - what can we learn?
Richard Harvey - United Kingdom

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room B
B. COVID-19 Epidemiology, impact and responses EUPHA-IDC, EUPHA-LAW, EUPHA-INJ, WHO Venice Office 1.B. - Round table: Biological, socioeconomic, legal and environmental health determinants in the COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA), Lara Tavoschi - Italy

COVID-19 as a syndemic: from inequalities to biological embodiment
Paolo Vineis - United Kingdom

The role of socioeconomic and educational determinants in the context of COVID-19
Giuseppe Costa - Italy

The response to COVID-19 and legal determinants
Dimitra Lingri - Greece

Addressing inequalities and research funding in the post-COVID-19 era
Edward Whiting - United Kingdom

Focusing on inequalities and assessing vulnerabilities in the field to combat COVID-19
Christos Lionis - Greece

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room C
C. COVID-19 Building Back Fairer 1.C. - Oral presentations: The effects of COVID-19 on mental health
Chairperson(s): Sofia Ribeiro - EUPHA (PHPP)

Alcohol and drug abuse as a manifestation of social stress due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Victoria Semyonova - Russia

Did the COVID-19 pandemic impact population’s mental health ?
Cécile Forgeot - France

Mental health in the general population over 1 year of the Covid-19 pandemic: findings from Ireland
Ella Arensman - Ireland

stress and perceived discrimination among Israeli Arabs: the mediation role of threat and trust
Carmit Satran - Israel

Depression and post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy
Stefano Rousset - Italy

The effect of COVID-19 on schoolteachers’ emotional reactions and mental health
Kirsten Nabe-Nielsen - Denmark

Preventive and risky health behavior of Swiss university students during the COVID-19 pandemic
Annina Zysset - Switzerland

Psychological trauma and unsafe behaviour during the COVID-19 pandemic
Yuan Cao - China

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room D
D. Chronic diseases EUPHA-FN, EUPHA-CHR 1.D. - Workshop: Emerging behavioral risk factors for mental health: a life-course perspective
Chairperson(s): Giuseppe Grosso - EUPHA (FN), Sarah Cuschieri - Malta

Sleep and its effect on mental health among adolescent and adult population
Saverio Stranges - EUPHA (CHR)

Nutritional psychiatry: implications for public health
Felice Jacka - Australia

Dietary factors affecting cognitive and sleep disorders
Justyna Godos - Italy

Poor physical activity as a risk factor for mental health disorders
Brendon Stubbs - United Kingdom

Magic bullet for public mental health: is cheap also cheerful?
Shehzad Ali - Canada

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room E
E. Climate change, Environment EUPHA-HIA, EUPHA-CAPH 1.E. - Workshop: Addressing vulnerability within climate change related health impacts
Chairperson(s): Piedad Martin-Olmedo - EUPHA (HIA), Sonia Saxena - EUPHA (CAPH)

Climate Change in Wales and its health impact: Who is vulnerable and how?
Liz Green - United Kingdom

Child health and wellbeing in a changing climate
Kam Sripada - Norway

Vulnerability risk assessment in the context of climate change – the need for interdisciplinarity
Fiona Haigh - Australia

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room F
F. Communication and infodemics 1.F. - Oral presentations: Digital tools and health communication
Chairperson(s): Heidi Lyshol - Norway

Data is the new oil. How Covid-19 boosted information transparency in Austria.
Claudia Habl - Austria

Communication via mobile phone as an effective tool of public health: Findings of MAMAmobi program
Elena Dmitrieva - Russia

WHO public health research agenda for managing infodemics
Tim Nguyen - WHO EURO

COVID-19 fake news, conspiracy beliefs and the role of eHealth literacy: an Italian nationwide survey
Giuseppina Lo Moro - Italy

Listening to community concerns in the COVID-19 infodemic: A WHO digital approach
Tina Purnat - Switzerland

Risk communication during COVID-19: a comparative analysis of four countries
Brogan Geurts - Germany

Emotions: the missing link in responding to epidemics
Antonis Kousoulis - United Kingdom

Factors affecting the COVID-19 contagion on Twitter
Valentina Lorenzoni - Italy

COVID-19, Public Transportation, and Public Health Communication
Charity Hung - United States

Design, protocol, and perspectives of the MADRE-REA study
Andrea Maugeri - Italy

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room G
G. Digitalisation in health EUPHA-HP, COVID-HL Network 1.G. - Workshop: COVID-HL: A global survey on digital health literacy in university students during the pandemic
Chairperson(s): Orkan Okan - EUPHA (HP), Kevin Dadaczynski - Germany

COVID-HL: A cross-sectional study on digital health literacy in university students in Germany
Kevin Dadaczynski - Germany

Digital health literacy among Greek students during COVID-19 pandemic
Evanthia Sakellari - Greece

Digital health literacy and online information queries in Portuguese university students
Rafaela Rosário - Portugal

Digital health literacy and information behaviour in university students in Finland
Marjorita Sormunen - Finland

Digital health literacy and online information-seeking behaviour of Lebanese university students
Carmel Bouclaous - Lebanon

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room H
H. Health assessment, monitoring and reporting COST Action CA18218–European Burden of Disease Network 1.H. - Workshop: Health, risk factors and inequalities in the EU: insights from the Global Burden of Disease study
Chairperson(s): Brecht Devleesschauwer - Belgium

The state of health in the European Union in 2019
João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO)

Burden of diseases and injuries attributable to risk factors in the European Union in 2019
João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO)

Inequalities in non-communicable diseases across the European Union: current state and trends from 2000 to 2019
José L. Peñalvo - Belgium

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room I
I. Health care systems and services 1.I. - Workshop: Capturing access challenges in health care: can the vignette methodology help?
Chairperson(s): Dimitra Panteli - Belgium, Ewout Van Ginneken - Germany

Using the vignette methodology to measure access
Ewout Van Ginneken - Germany

Access to stroke care in Europe: results of a vignette approach
Wilm Quentin - Germany

Understanding access to palliative care for cancer patients in Europe: a vignette approach
Nathan Shuftan - Germany

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room K
K. Health inequalities / Food and nutrition EUPHA-INJ, EUPHA-SSWH 1.K. - Workshop: New working environments, occupational risks and socioeconomic inequalities during covid-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Maria Papadakaki - EUPHA (INJ), Gunnel Hensing - EUPHA (SSWH)

Survey on Living, working and COVID19
Barbara Gerstenberger - Ireland

Occupational inequalities during the pandemic: epidemiological evidence.
Nico Dragano - Germany

EU-OSHA´s perspective on occupational safety and health in the Covid-19 pandemic.
Elke Schneider - Spain

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room L
L. Health promotion and healthy behavior EUPHA-PMH 1.L. - Workshop: Assessment of substance abuse in different populations
Chairperson(s): Marija Jakubauskiene - EUPHA (PMH), Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Substance use instruments for refugees-systematic review
Sarah Marth - Germany

Syrian refugees perspectives on substance use
Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Risk behavior among people who inject drugs
Marija Jakubauskiene - EUPHA (PMH)

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room M
M. Health workforce, training and education EUPHA -HWR, Observatory, WHO 1.M. - Workshop: Protecting and preparing healthcare workers: what to learn from COVID-19 to strengthen resilience?
Chairperson(s): Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR), Matthias Wismar - European Observatory

The health workforce: central to an effective response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe
Tomas Zapata - Denmark

How are countries supporting health workers? Data from the COVID-19 Health System Response Monitor
Gemma Williams - United Kingdom

Health workforce protection and preparedness during COVID-19: a rapid assessment of EU countries
Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR)

Health system resilience and health workforce capacities: health system responses during COVID-19
Viola Burau - Denmark

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room N
N. Public health policy 1.N. - Oral presentations: Future facets of public health and health care
Chairperson(s): Marleen Bekker - EUPHA (PHPP)

An Evaluation of the Keeping Well at Home Booklet
Annemarie Money - United Kingdom

Place of death in Europe: trends and associations in a 30-country panel (2005-2017)
Jingjing Jiang - Ireland

Combining personalised medicine and patient-centered care in breast cancer: a systematic review
Carolina Castagna - Italy

Building a roadmap for the evaluation of a National Health Plan: the experience of Portugal
Luciana Costa - Portugal

Vaccine adhesion before and after Vaxzevria suspension in a Local Health Unit of Piedmont - Italy
Dario Catozzi - Italy

Undergraduates' perception of health risk of body arts: results of an Italian multicentre study
Daniela Marotta - Italy

Health, job precarity, employment, and life expectancy
Aviad Tur-Sinai - Israel

Benchmarking physical activity and nutrition policies in Europe: lessons from the CO-CREATE project
Ioana Vlad - United Kingdom

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room O
O. Maternal, child and adolescent public health 1.O. - Oral presentations: Reproductive health and prenatal care
Chairperson(s): Danielle Jansen - EUPHA (CAPH)

Does precarious situtation impact contraceptive use in a context of full health insurance coverage?
Juliette Congy - France

'wherever you are, my son, wait for me.' study on medically assisted reproduction
Margherita Napolitani - Italy

Knowledge and attitudes of young women regarding preconception health-An Italian survey
Drieda Zace - Italy

Vitamin D status and its influencing factors among pregnant women in Szeged, Hungary
Edit Paulik - Hungary

The effect of nutrients on telomere length of fetal DNA: findings from the Mamma & Bambino cohort
Roberta Magnano San Lio - Italy

Maternal and paternal dietary quality, dietary inflammation status, and offspring DNA methylation
Marion Lecorguillé - Ireland

The role of mobile apps for pregnancy and postnatal care in promoting maternal and child health
Laura Brunelli - Italy

Chronic Kidney Disease and Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
Sukainah Al Khalaf - Ireland

Antenatal care access and concerns of pregnant women during pandemic: a population-based study
Petek Eylul Taneri - Turkey

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room P
P. Mental health EUPHA-PMH 1.P. - Workshop: European Public Mental Health Responses to COVID-19
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH), Shari McDaid - United Kingdom

Public Mental Health services in the European region during the COVID-19 pandemic
Naomi Wilson - United Kingdom

The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on population mental health policy: A Scottish case study
Shari McDaid - United Kingdom

The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on population mental health policy: A Swiss case study
Frank Wieber - Switzerland

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room Q
Q. Migration, LGBTI and minorities health St George's University of London (UK), ESGITM 1.Q. - Workshop: Novel digital tools and approaches to improve migrant health in European primary care services
Chairperson(s): Sally Hargreaves - United Kingdom, Teymur Noori - Sweden

Implementing an innovative integrated multi-infection screening digital decision support tool (IS-MiHealth) in primary care: lessons from Spain
Ana Requena Mendez - Spain

Health Catch-UP!: digital innovations in UK primary care to strengthen multi-disease screening and catch-up vaccination and to promote general health in at-risk migrants
Lucy Goldsmith - United Kingdom

Implementation of latent TB screening targeting high-risk migrants in primary care: engagement is key
Dominik Zenner - United Kingdom

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room A
A. The futures of public health 2.A. - Oral presentations: The societal context of public health
Chairperson(s): Chiara Cadeddu - Italy

Public engagement in the management of the COVID-19 pandemic: Views & expectations of the publics
Sophie Kemper - Netherlands

The resetting of a local health system: an opportunity for health promotion.
Maria Assumpció Bou Monclús - Spain

How democracy alters our view of inequality and what this means for wellbeing
Alexi Gugushvili - Norway

Mechanisms for addressing the influence of corporations on public health
Melissa Mialon - Ireland

Cutting through complexity: a review of solutions to industry influence on health policy
Adam Bertscher - United Kingdom

Toward resourcefulness: Pathways for community positive health
Laura Peters - United Kingdom

Economic crisis, epidemiology and resilience in Italian Regions
Francesca Vanacore - Italy

How to promote experiential knowledge in public health: a new training for French practitioners
Béatrice Georgelin - France

COVID-19 surveillance robot: rapid innovation for public health pandemic management
Julie Arnott - Ireland

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room B
B. COVID-19 Epidemiology, impact and responses 2.B. - Oral presentations: COVID-19 epidemiology and vaccinations
Chairperson(s): Ricardo Mexia - EUPHA (IDC)

After-Action Reviews (AARs) of the public health response to COVID-19 in Europe
Jonathan Suk - Sweden

SARS-CoV-2: serological evidence of circulation in Southern Italy in late 2019?
Claudia Maria Trombetta - Italy

Serum neutralizing activity against SARS-CoV-2 variants in hospitalized COVID-19 patients
Serena Marchi - Italy

Risk factors for severe and fatal COVID-19 among patients admitted to an Italian hospital
Antonella Agodi - Italy

Individual level lifestyle changes during the COVID-19 pandemic – A Finnish population-based study
Tuija Jääskeläinen - Finland

Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine side effects among healthcare workers in Malta
Sarah Cuschieri - Malta

Vaccine hesitancy among healthcare providers during COVID-19 pandemic
Fahad Algabbani - Saudi Arabia

Vaccine coverage inequalities by local authority socioeconomic index and traffic light system color
Nihaya Daoud - Israel

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room C
C. COVID-19 Building Back Fairer WHO/Europe, Observatory 2.C. - Round table: COVID-19
Chairperson(s): Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - WHO EURO, Josep Figueras - European Observatory

Anna Sagan - United Kingdom

Dorit Nitzan - Denmark

Dimitra Panteli - Belgium

Tomas Zapata - Denmark

Scott Greer - United States

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room D
D. Chronic diseases 2.D. - Oral presentations: Risk factors in cardiovascular diseases
Chairperson(s): Raffaele Palladino - United Kingdom

Daily composition of movement behaviors with cardiovascular disease incidence in elderly
Manasa Shanta Yerramalla - France

Survey of risk factors in coronary heart disease: novel recruitment strategy and preliminary results
Anna Marza Florensa - Netherlands

Prospective analysis of gender-related characteristics in relation to cardiovascular disease
Renee Bolijn - Netherlands

Educational Level Inequalities in Cardiovascular Outcomes and All-Cause Mortality in Turkey: A Cohort
Erdem Erkoyun - Turkey

Health-related QoL and fatality in CHD patients: findings from a national cohort study, Turkey
Sibel Sakarya - Turkey

Sex differences in the risk of coronary heart disease associated with socioeconomic status in Turkey
Öykü Turunç - Turkey

Socio-economic position and burden of ischemic heart disease in Finland in 2017
Laura Paalanen - Finland

Contextual factors in premature CHD mortality in selected African countries within the SDG framework
Oluwatosin Dotun-Olujinmi - United States

Cost of hospitalization for ischaemic heart and cerebrovascular diseases in Belgium
Vanessa Gorasso - Belgium

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room E
E. Climate change, Environment EUPHA -ENV 2.E. - Workshop: Health in Green Deal and Climate Pact
Chairperson(s): Peter Van Den Hazel - EUPHA (ENV), Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Impact of air pollution on health in South-East Europe
Claudio Belis - Italy

Delivering on the Green Deal’s zero pollution ambition for health
Anne Stauffer - Belgium

Climate and health adaptation: evidence needs for policy (Stakeholder mapping in Europe)
Francesca de'Donato - Italy

Improving Health through Green Deal and Climate Pact (motivation for WB Region)
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room F
F. Communication and infodemics EUPHA -EPI 2.F. - Workshop: Informing COVID-19 responses with longitudinal studies: demonstrating harmonised data infrastructure
Chairperson(s): Srinivasa Katikireddi - United Kingdom, Tea Lallukka - Finland

Health care disruption inequalities during Covid-19: Evidence from eleven longitudinal studies
Sam Parsons - United Kingdom

Mental health inequalities in disruptions across multiple domains during COVID -19: an investigation in 12 population-based longitudinal studies
Eoin McElroy - United Kingdom

Diet, physical activity, and sleep in relation to furlough during the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK: evidence from eight longitudinal studies.
Jane Maddock - United Kingdom

Substance use behaviours and the UK furlough scheme: evidence from eight longitudinal population surveys
Michael Green - United Kingdom

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room G
G. Digitalisation in health EUPHA Digital Health, EUPHA Public Health Monitoring and reporting 2.G. - Workshop: The European Health Data Space (EHDS): future opportunities and current challenges
Chairperson(s): Anna Odone - EUPHA (DH) (IDC), Petronille Bogaert - EUPHA (PHMR)

Overview of the European Health Data Space (EHDS): goals and current challenges
Ander Elustondo Jauregui - European Commission

The EU’s Joint Action Towards the European Health Data Space (TEHDAS) cooperation project
Markus Kalliola - Finland

Challenges (and solutions) for the development of a European Federated Health Data Infrastructure
Enrique Bernal-Delgado - Spain

How can population health research benefit from a European Health Data Infrastructure?
Nienke Schutte - Belgium

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room H
H. Health assessment, monitoring and reporting EUPHA-, EUPHA-HIA, EUPHA-PHPP, EUPHA-PHMR, Observatory 2.H. - Workshop: Role of Health impact assessment in the policy-making process for the control of COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Piedad Martin-Olmedo - EUPHA (HIA), Heidi Lyshol - Norway

The Health and wellbeing impacts of Home and agile working in Wales: A HIA Approach
Liz Green - United Kingdom

HIA on lockdown and social distancing to contain the COVID‐19 pandemic in Austria – results and lessons learned
Gabriele Antony - Austria

Assessing the health impact of staying at home,social distancing and lockdown measures during the Covid-19 epidemic
Valentina Chiesa - Italy

Are public health experts providing useful information for the control of COVID-19 pandemic?
Marleen Bekker - EUPHA (PHPP)

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room I
I. Health care systems and services 2.I. - Oral presentations: The impact of COVID-19 on health services
After Action Reviews to assess COVID-19 hospital responses
Sebastiano Sorbello - Italy

Changes in the utilisation of acute hospital care in Ireland during the first wave of COVID-19
Louise Marron - Ireland

Continuity of care during the COVID-19 pandemic: Qualitative results from a mixed-methods study
Katharina Tabea Jungo - Switzerland

Impact of COVID-19 on healthcare waste generation: correlations and trends from a tertiary hospital
Jacopo Garlasco - Italy

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the intensity of health services use in general practice
Yael Rachamin - Switzerland

Public health impact of COVID-19 pandemic on the emergency healthcare system: a region-wide analysis
Aurea Oradini Alacreu - Italy

Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on health services utilization: a cross-sectional study.
Claudia Isonne - Italy

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room K
K. Health inequalities / Food and nutrition Observatory 2.K. - Round table: Everything you always wanted to know about (COVID-19 and) EU-health policy
Chairperson(s): Matthias Wismar - European Observatory

Sarah Rozenblum - United States

Holly Jarman - United States

Nick Fahy - United Kingdom

Anniek de Ruijter - Netherlands

Eleanor Brooks - United Kingdom

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room L
L. Health promotion and healthy behavior EUPHA-HP, Bielefeld University (Germany) 2.L. - Workshop: Health literacy in childhood and adolescence (HLCA): A focus on health literacy in schools
Chairperson(s): Orkan Okan - EUPHA (HP), Torsten Michael Bollweg - Germany

The relationship between health literacy, health status and health outcomes among German 4th-graders
Torsten Michael Bollweg - Germany

Generic health literacy of adolescents in Germany: Results of a nationwide cross-sectional survey
Susanne Jordan - Germany

Tool-HLCA: An intervention to promote the health literacy of school-aged children
Tessa Schulenkorf - Germany

Evaluation of a school-based intervention to promote mental health literacy. Preliminary results
Sandra Kirchhoff - Germany

Health Literate Schools (HeLit-Schools): Organizational Health Literacy in the School Setting
Orkan Okan - EUPHA (HP)

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room M
M. Health workforce, training and education European Commission Expert Panel on Effective Ways of Investing in Health (EXPH) 2.M. - Round table: Supporting mental health of the health workforce: Recommendations from an EC Expert Panel (EXPH)
Chairperson(s): Heather L. Rogers - Spain, Pedro Pita Barros - Portugal

Introduction to the Expert Panel on Effective ways of investing in health (EXPH) and its mandate
Pedro Pita Barros - Portugal

A conceptual framework for supporting the mental health of the health workforce and key determinants
Christos Lionis - Greece

Cost-effective and promising interventions relative to mental health of the health workforce and their delivery conditions
Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA)

Recommendations to support the mental health of the health workforce
Jelka Zaletel - Slovenia

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room N
N. Public health policy EUPHA-ETH, UK Faculty of Public Health 2.N. - Round table: COVID-19, ethics, and the many publics in public health policy and practice
Chairperson(s): Ilaria Tocco Tussardi - Italy, Farhang Tahzib - EUPHA (ETH)

John Coggon - United Kingdom

Kai Michelsen - Germany

Peter Schröder-Bäck - EUPHA (ETH)

Sadie Regmi - United Kingdom

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room O
O. Maternal, child and adolescent public health 2.O. - Oral presentations: Maternal and neonatal care
Chairperson(s): Sonia Saxena - EUPHA (CAPH)

Female genital mutilation remains high in Senegal: an analysis of DHS 2018
Ndeye Mareme Sougou - Senegal

Adversity in Infancy and Childhood Cognitive Development: Evidence from four developing countries
Wondi Manalew - United States

Challenges to effective breastfeeding among indigenous Ngäbe-Bugle communities in Panama
Brianna Ma - United States

Available prevention and management interventions for fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (2007 to 2017)
Babatope Adebiyi - South Africa

Profile of unobservant women regarding contraception in Sousse (Tunisia)
Imen Bannour - Tunisia

Health related quality of life measured by in Tunisian female patients with breast cancer
Imen Bannour - Tunisia

Effect of COVID-19 on maternal and neonatal healthcare services in Guinea: a hospital based study
Alexandre Delamou - Guinea

Breastfeeding initiation and duration among female physicians: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Myriam B. Charron - Ireland

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room P
P. Mental health EUPHA-CHR, EUPHA-PMH 2.P. - Workshop: Disasters and mental health
Chairperson(s): Martin McKee - United Kingdom

Covid-19 and population mental health in perspective
Sandro Galea - United States

Mental health impact of the COVID disaster on older people – how does it feel to be a burden?
Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

The caring perspective during a COVID pandemic
Julian Mamo - EUPHA (CHR)

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room Q
Q. Migration, LGBTI and minorities health EUPHA-SGMH, EUPHA-ETH 2.Q. - Workshop: Intersex human rights and wellbeing
Chairperson(s): Arjan van der Star - EUPHA (SGMH), Els Maeckelberghe - EUPHA (ETH)

Intersex human rights, sexual orientation, gender identity and the Yogyakarta Principles
Morgan Carpenter - Australia

Introducing intersex wellbeing and rights and the INIA programme
Surya Monro - United Kingdom

Towards a human rights-based research ethics in intersex studies: Reflections from the INIA project
Amets Suess Schwend - Spain

My body, my decision: the lived experience of young people with a variation in sex characteristics in New Zealand
Denise Steers - New Zealand

Partial care: the need to uncover cultural bias to reach intersex wellbeing
Marta Prandelli - Italy