Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
A. Solidarity in health 1.A. - Pitch presentations: Determinants of health equity
Quantitative research on health determinants in high-income countries: Systematic literature review
Vladimira Varbanova - Belgium

Community based approach to address health disparities among Roma in North Macedonia
Borjan Pavlovski - Macedonia

Mapping perspectives of inhabitants and professionals in deprived neighborhoods in the Netherlands
Charlot Lugtigheid - Netherlands

Equality of Opportunity and Mortality in Europe
Alexi Gugushvili - United Kingdom

Exploring social inequalities in the use and experience of prenatal care in Brussels.
Claudia Schönborn - Belgium

Gender inequality in self-reported health and its evolution in Europe between 2004 and 2016
Luis Roxo - Portugal

Food insecurity and social determinants of students’ low adherence to the Mediterranean diet
Thomas Tsiampalis - Greece

Intercultural opening: participant observation in two hospitals and two outpatient care services
Lisa Peppler - Germany

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
B. Migration and health Robert Koch Institute 1.B. - Workshop: How to include migrant and refugee populations health monitoring and surveillance in Europe
Chairperson(s): Claudia Santos-Hövener - Germany, Nicole Rosenkötter - EUPHA (PHMR)

Collecting high-quality survey data on hard-to-reach populations: lessons from Finland
Shadia Rask - Finland

To measure the health status and health behavior of migrants: the Italian experience of the survey on Social Condition and Integration of Foreign Citizens (SCIF)
Paola Mucciteli - Italy

The IMIRA (Improving Health Monitoring in Migrant Populations)-project in Germany –Lessons learned und implications for health monitoring
Claudia Santos-Hövener - Germany

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
D. European and global health 1.D. - Oral presentations: Global health and migration
Dyslipidaemia among Ghanaian migrants in Europe and their compatriots in Ghana: the RODAM Study
Eva van der Linden - Netherlands

Metabolic syndrome among Ghanaian migrants and their homeland counterparts: the RODAM study
Eva van der Linden - Netherlands

Hyperuricemia And Estimated Cardiovascular Risk Among Migrant and non-migrant Africans.
Felix Chilunga - Netherlands

“Queer Migrants Welcome” in Public Health Teaching
Yudit Namer - Germany

Vaccination status of migrant populations in EU/EEA countries and implications for VPD control
Sally Hargreaves - United Kingdom

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
E. Public health policy and politics University of Michigan 1.E. - Workshop: Comparative Public Health: Politics, science, and professionalism
Chairperson(s): Marleen Bekker - EUPHA (PHPP), Karine Chevreul - France

France: A Public health system built on competing paradigms
Sarah Rozenblum - United States

Germany: The reformation of public health
Michelle Falkenbach - United States

The United States: A system built on fragmentation
N'dea Moore-Petinak - United States

The politics of public health in the United Kingdom between medical, social, and local
Scott Greer - United States

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
F. Maternal, child and adolescent health 1.F. - Pitch presentations: Predictors of adolescent health and well being
Effectiveness of school-based interventions to prevent anxiety & depression in young people
Deborah Caldwell - United Kingdom

Are lifestyle behaviors correlated to mental health disorders in medical students?
Houda Ben Ayed - Tunisia

Higher Education Students’ Mental Health Problems: Results from the Norwegian SHOT study
Tormod Bøe - Norway

Chronic sleep deprivation and adolescent health: Two longitudinal studies of youth in Western Canada
Annalijn Conklin - Canada

Italian adolescents and sexual health: what has changed during the last 20 years?
Carlotta Lorenzini - Italy

Does adolescents like modern sports experiences? A trivial question for a major public health stake.
Maxime Luiggi - France

Adolescents with intellectual disability (ID) and their perceptions of activity and sports
Elisabeth Hansen - Sweden

Psychosocial difficulties, obesity and disadvantage in a cohort of Irish children.
Mckenzie Dow - Ireland

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
G. Chronic diseases 1.G. - Oral presentations: The burden of multiple chronic conditions
Prospective study on chronic diseases and healthcare costs for the south of France region, 2016-2028
Berengere Davin - France

Patients with more comorbidities have better detection but poorer management of chronic diseases
Grace Sum - Singapore

The concurrence of chronic diseases among unemployed and employed persons: a register-based study
Berivan Yildiz - Netherlands

Depressive symptoms, neuroticism and participation in breast and cervical cancer screening in the UK
Claire Niedzwiedz - United Kingdom

Socioeconomic trajectories and risk of hospitalization in the Moli-sani Study cohort
Marialaura Bonaccio - Italy

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
H. Health services research, systems and economics 1.H. - Pitch presentations: Prediction and control of health care costs
No UHC without medicines: out-of-pocket payments for non-communicable diseases in 18 countries
Adrianna Murphy - United Kingdom

Economic evaluation of the Austrian telephone-based triage system
Herwig Ostermann - Austria

Activity-based hospital payments: a qualitative evaluation by Israeli managers and physicians
Ruth Waitzberg - Israel

Expansion of activity-based hospital payment in Israel: evaluation of effects on inpatient activity
Ruth Waitzberg - Israel

Impact of mental illness on in-patient hospital costs for somatic disorders and associated factors
Morgane Michel - France

Country comparison study on costs associated to avoidable hospital admissions: Brazil and Portugal
Joao Victor Rocha - Portugal

outsourced management service to guarantee safety and cost-effectiveness in pediatric cardiac surgery
Jacopo Ceradini - Italy

Diagnosis and Treatment of Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma (MPM) Care Pathway and its cost analysis
Martina Giusti - Italy

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
I. Infectious diseases control 1.I. - Oral presentations: Surveillance and control of infectious diseases
Area deprivation and notifiable infectious diseases in Germany: A longitudinal small-area analysis
Sven Rohleder - Germany

Sustainable Development Goals and the challenge of Human resources for health in Congo
Gilbert Ndziessi - Congo (Brazzaville)

Untreated alcohol use disorder in people who inject drugs: a major barrier to HCV treatment uptake
Tangui Barré - France

Discrimination of people living with hiv/aids: a survey with dentists in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire
Jean-Claude Guinan - Canada

Predictors of overall mortality among people living with HIV/AIDS in Brazil, 2007-2015
Melina Erica Santos - France

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
K. Mental health / LGBTI and minorities 1.K. - Oral presentations: Epidemiology and management of mental illness
Life events as predictors for depression in men and women: A Finnish twin study
Maarit Piirtola - Finland

The Economic and Mental Health Impact of IAPT: Pragmatic Trial in Three English Regions
Veronica Toffolutti - Italy

Are Patients with Subclinical Hypothyroidism at Risk of Depressive Symptoms?
Lea Wildisen - Switzerland

Effectiveness of Prompt Mental Health Care: Preliminary results from a randomized controlled trial
Marit Knapstad - Norway

Mental illness prevention in post-ACS men: A partcipatory action research
Jalila Jbilou - Canada

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
L. Health assessments / Elderly care / Cancer 1.L. - Pitch presentations: Cancer: epidemiology, screening and care
Economic burden of cancer from 2012 to 2017 based on the French national claim database (SNDS)
Dorian Verboux - France

Speedy, predictable and secure cancer care? Introducing cancer patient pathways in Norway
Line Melby - Norway

Estimation of the epidemiological impact of the organized screening program for colorectal cancer
Stephanie Barre - France

Quantifying the impact of adherence to screening on colorectal cancer incidence and mortality
Elvira D'Andrea - Italy

Barriers and facilitators on cervical cancer screening among HIV women in Cote d’Ivoire
Keitly Mensah - France

Employment two years after breast cancer diagnosis: role of household characteristics, CANTO cohort
Elsa Caumette - France

The effect of breast cancer on work participation in different sectors. A Danish registry based study
Laura Jensen - Denmark

Socio-economic position across the lifecourse and risk of breast cancer: findings from EPIC-Italy
Eloïse Berger - France

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
M. Healthy living, food and nutrition 1.M. - Oral presentations: Globalisation, dietary evolution and health
Does trade liberalisation affect food insecurity among the world's poorest household?
Aaron Reeves - United Kingdom

Ultra-processed food intake and cardiovascular disease risk in the NutriNet-Santé prospective cohort
Bernard Srour - France

Traditional Eastern European diet and its relationship with mortality: results from the HAPIEE study
Denes Stefler - United Kingdom

Mediterranean diet and risk of first hospitalization for heart failure and atrial fibrillation
Marialaura Bonaccio - Italy

Association between fast-food outlet exposure and Body Mass Index in 124,286 Lifelines participants.
Carel-Peter van Erpecum - Netherlands

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
N. Health information and health literacy 1.N. - Pitch presentations: Health literacy
Evaluation of Education for Public Health: A Practical Foundation for Solidarity
Mikko Perkiö - Finland

We’re making individuals more “health literate” but what about communities?
Candan Kendir - France

Building bridges takes time: Views of healthcare professionals on health literacy and migration
Annika Baumeister - Germany

Potentials of school nursing for strengthening health literacy: a 2017/18 German longitudinal survey
Elke de Buhr - Germany

Social gradient in health literacy among primary healthcare users in Cyprus.
Christiana Nicolaou - Cyprus

Association between occupational situation and health literacy: A Danish population-based survey
Gabriele Berg-Beckhoff - Denmark

Digital health literacy of health care profession students
Julia Dratva - Switzerland

Information seeking and knowledge on in-home care services in a representative sample in Switzerland
Sarah Mantwill - Switzerland

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
O. Global health and environmental change EUPHA (PMH), EUPHA (ENV) 1.O. - Workshop: Building bridges between environmental and Public Mental health
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH), Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Prevention of mental health effects by climate change and environmental drivers
Peter Van Den Hazel - EUPHA (ENV)

Environmental Challenges as Mental Health risks and oppotunities in the light of SDGs
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Environment and mental health – developing a research agenda
Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
P. Data, evidence and practice 1.P. - Oral presentations: Understanding the evidence and novel approaches to health
“Brave men” and “emotional women”: A literature review on gendered norms towards patients with pain
Anke Samulowitz - Sweden

The association between screen time and psychological distress in Norwegian adolescents
Annette Løvheim Kleppang - Norway

Sense of belonging and its association with health among people of foreign background in Finland
Anna Seppänen - Finland

G-CSF spending: Cost Impact of an intervention conducted in a French area: Pays-de-la-Loire
Chaslerie Anicet - France

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
Q. Health workforce / Health at work 1.Q. - Oral presentations: Paid work, sickness absence and workforce management
Emotional demands at work and risk of long-term sickness absence among 1.5 million Danish employees
Elisabeth Framke - Denmark

Labor market outcomes before and after first episode of part-time sickness absence
Jenni Ervasti - Finland

Work-pressure, job-satisfaction and turnover intentions among health managers in Serbia
Milena Šantrić Milićević - Serbia

A life course analysis of income and incident AMI - a Danish register based cohort study
Rikke Lund - Denmark

Vaccination role on abseteeism during a severe flu season: following the Global Influenza Strategy
Omar Kakaa - Italy


Poster walks - Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
1.R. - Poster walk: Health promotion, health literacy
1.R.1 - EnCLASS: an innovative project merging 2 international surveys (HBSC/ESPAD) among French students
Emmanuelle Godeau - France

1.R.2 - What if we combine Quit and win and individual approach to help smokers quit at the community level?
Jasmina Kovačević - Croatia

1.R.3 - Acceptability of WHO “Best Buys” for reducing harmful drinking among Hong Kong Chinese Adults
Jean Kim - China

1.R.4 - Past and objectively assessed current smoking behavior of IQOS shops customers
Effie Panagiotopoulou - Greece

1.R.5 - Effective elements of Dutch care-physical activity initiatives for low socioeconomic status adults
Annemarie Wagemakers - Netherlands

1.R.6 - Integration of the oral health module in the Stepwise method in Senegal
Aida Kanouté - Senegal

1.R.7 - Health promotion at residential facilities for people with mental and intellectual disabilities
Maj Britt Dahl Nielsen - Estonia

1.R.8 - Examining multi-layer constraints on activity engagement among older adults
Sunwoo Lee - Czech Republic

1.R.9 - The Association of Socio-demographic Determinants and Self-Perceived Health of Disabled People
Sonja Susnjevic - Serbia

1.R.10 - Reliability and Validity of Disability Literacy Scale for Medical School Students
Sevil Aydoğan - Turkey

1.R.11 - Validating a model & self-assessment tool to measure organizational health literacy in hospitals
Jürgen M Pelikan - Austria

1.R.12 - The role of health literacy in long-term treatment outcomes in psychosocial care for adolescents
Lindy Beukema - Netherlands

1.R.13 - Digital health literacy among adults living in the community in Singapore
Jade Soh - Singapore

1.R.14 - Health Literacy of Hearing-Impaired High School Students, Some of the Problem, and their Expectations
Kamer Gür - Turkey

1.R.15 - Beliefs About Medicines: Differences in cholesterol treatment adherence among the Visegrad countries
Klara Boruzs - Hungary

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
1.S. - Poster walk: Migrants and access to care
1.S.1 - Trust in health care systems Arab minority, Jewish immigrant and non-immigrant
Ronit Pinchas-Mizrachi - Israel

1.S.2 - Understanding racism in Swedish healthcare
Sarah Hamed - Sweden

1.S.3 - Information and communication technology-based interventions to support healthcare in migrants
Fabrizio Giovanni Vaccaro - Italy

1.S.4 - Racial discrimination and biological dysregulation among Indigenous adults: The role of culture
Cheryl Currie - Canada

1.S.5 - Evaluation of the use of standardized methods to identify mental health problems among refugees
Sara Delilovic - Sweden

1.S.6 - Migrants and access to healthcare: the Italian public health residents action plan
Leonardo Mammana - Italy

1.S.7 - Breast cancer by migrant origin in Belgium: lower risk, worse survival among non-European women?
Wanda Van Hemelrijck - Belgium

1.S.8 - Co-designing a health worker training module with people seeking sanctuary
Rebecca Scott - United Kingdom

1.S.9 - A first assessment of the electronic health insurance card for asylum seekers in Berlin
Nora Gottlieb - Germany

1.S.10 - Health assessment of newly arrived refugees to the Municipality of Copenhagen, Denmark
Mathilde Horn Andersen - Denmark

1.S.11 - Communication between GPs and dementia patients with a migrant background: a need for support?
Judith Tillmann - Germany

1.S.12 - Subjective status comparisons and depressive symptoms among migrants and refugees to Germany
Jens Hoebel - Germany

1.S.13 - Your Health, Your Faith: HIV prevention with African faith-based communities in Germany
Tanja Gangarova - Germany

1.S.14 - Predictors of Late Presentation for HIV among HIV-positive Tajik Migrants to the Russian Federation
Daniel Bromberg - United States

1.S.15 - Does the ehealth card facilitate access to healthcare from the point of view of refugees in Germany?
Kristin Rolke - Germany


Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
A. Solidarity in health 2.A. - Oral presentations: Poverty homelessness and health
Household Income, Life Expectancy and Cause Specific Mortality in Norway, 2005-2015
Simon Øverland - Norway

Economic hardship over twenty-two consecutive years of adult life and markers of early ageing
Else Foverskov - Denmark

Long-term effects of a housing support intervention in homeless people with severe mental illness
Coralie Lemoine - France

Europeans’ willingness to pay for ending homelessness: a contingent valuation study
Sandrine Loubiere - France

Do financial difficulties affect health? A study among older adults in Switzerland
Magali Dumontet - France

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
B. Migration and health MyHealth Project 2.B. - Workshop: Developing interventions to improve migrants’ healthcare access in Europe
Chairperson(s): Núria Serre-Delcor - Spain, Stella Evangelidou - Spain

Community engagement towards the development of health promotion tools: Summary findings of Metaplan sessions in Barcelona
Stella Evangelidou - Spain

In the search of solutions to improve healthcare access for migrants and refugees in Athens, Greece
Maria Ntetsika - Greece

Informing the development of a pilot intervention to improve migrants’ healthcare assess in Brno, Czech Republic
Narine Movsisyan - Czech Republic

Participatory research for developing health promotion campaigns for migrants and host community in Berlin, Germany
Nur Kirkgöze - Czech Republic

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
C. Digital applications in health 2.C. - Pitch presentations: Digital health
E-health for healthcare system users & social and geographic health inequalities, literature review
Viviane Ramel - France

Could machine learning aid the production of evidence reviews? A retrospective test of RobotAnalyst
Amy Hookway - United Kingdom

MS-Diet, a tailored nutrition counselling web-application based on mathematical diet optimization
Rozenn Gazan - France

National survey on telemedicine education and training among medical students and residents in France
Robin Ohannessian - France

Research Implications for future telemedicine studies and innovations
Lorenz Harst - Germany

Telepathology and second opinion for cancer diagnosis in sub-Saharan French-speaking countries
Louise Petit - France

Digital media : How to adapt digital media to promote health of young people?
Manon Colard - France

Children and digital devices: a survey on risk perception and use.
Loredana Covolo - Italy

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
D. European and global health WFPHA 2.D. - Workshop: NCDs prevention through integrated approaches: reducing obesity from individuals to populations
Chairperson(s): Marta Lomazzi - Switzerland, Walter Ricciardi - Italy

Will the world be obese in 2050?
Bettina Borisch - Switzerland

Why integration matters
Marta Lomazzi - Switzerland

Ihe Italian case – reversing the obesity trend
Walter Ricciardi - Italy

Is the solution really the 'Nanny State'. Arm wrestling with industry.
Michael Moore - Australia

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
E. Public health policy and politics University of Bordeaux 2.E. - Workshop: Quantifying burden of disease to support public health policy: exchange of views and experiences
Chairperson(s): François Alla - France, Jean-Claude Désenclos - France

The GBD project
Spencer James - United States

The « cartographie » tool (CNAM, France)
Christelle Gastaldi-Ménager - France

Global Burden of Disease Study: overview and experience from England
John Newton - United Kingdom

The joint action of health information
Anne Gallay - France

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
F. Maternal, child and adolescent health 2.F. - Pitch presentations: Cultural and health behavioural change in adolescents
Cultural values and adolescents’ health inequalities in 21 European countries
Maxim Dierckens - Belgium

Changes in patterns of adolescent substance use from 1988 to 2011 in Sweden: a latent class analysis
Brittany Evans - Sweden

Lifestyle of young adults – changes and accumulation
Tuija Jääskeläinen - Finland

Which are the communication styles of anti-tobacco spots that most impress adolescents?
Alice Mannocci - Italy

Participation of disadvantaged school age children (7-18) in health inequality projects
Maja Jovanovic - Germany

Transition into secondary education and health-compromising behaviours: A longitudinal study
Arja Rimpelä - Finland

Use of e-cigarettes by young people in Great Britain before and after Tobacco Products Directive
Linsay Gray - United Kingdom

Homophily in social networks and alcohol use among young Swedes with different ethnic backgrounds
Alexander Miething - Sweden

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
G. Chronic diseases 2.G. - Pitch presentations: Multiple chronic conditions: monitoring and care delivery
Implementing integrated care for multi-morbidity: analysis of experiences in 17 European programmes
Verena Struckmann - Germany

Monitoring of non-communicable diseases in Belgium
Brecht Devleesschauwer - Belgium

Multimorbidity and quality of life: longitudinal analysis of the European SHARE database
Tatjana Makovski - Luxembourg

Personalized action plans for patients with multiple chronic diseases in Andalusia
Ana M Carriazo - Spain

Distribution of Cancer cases and survival analysis results: A retrospective cohort study
Erkan Pehlivan - Turkey

Association between cancer and neurodegenerative disorders including dementias; a systematic review
Louisa Gagatsis - United Kingdom

Metabolic syndrome and renal cell cancer risk in Chinese males: a population-based prospective study
Xin Li - China

Sugary drink consumption and cancer risk: results from NutriNet-Santé prospective cohort
Eloi Chazelas - France

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
H. Health services research, systems and economics 2.H. - Oral presentations: Health services and innovative technologies
Challenges in building image-based diagnostic support deep-learning algorithm for acute burns
Constance Boissin - Sweden

Evaluating a digital sepsis alert in a multi-site hospital: a natural experiment
Kate Honeyford - United Kingdom

An automated diagnostic device for children under 5 years of age: A proof-of-concept study in Malawi
Mohammad Shah - United States

Impact of deprivation on hospital efficiency and financial balance in paediatrics
Morgane Michel - France

The effect of an mhealth clinical decision-making support system on neonatal mortality in Ghana
Hannah Brown Amoakoh - Netherlands

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
I. Infectious diseases control RIVM 2.I. - Workshop: Sharing best practices and building effective training at European points of entry
Chairperson(s): Aura Timen - EUPHA (IDC), Christos Hadjichristodoulou - Greece

Effective training in cross-border infection prevention and response
Doret de Rooij - Netherlands

Public health events in the maritime transport sector
Carmen Varela Martinez - Greece

Best practices for core capacities at ports
Christos Hadjichristodoulou - Greece

Best practices and training for preparedness and response at airports
Jan Heidrich - Germany

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
K. Mental health / LGBTI and minorities EUPHA (SGMH) 2.K. - Workshop: Predictors and developmental timing of mental health problems among sexual minority individuals
Chairperson(s): Corina Lelutiu-Weinberger - United States, Richard Bränström - EUPHA (SGMH)

Depression and self-harm from adolescence to young adulthood in sexual minorities compared with heterosexuals in the UK: a population-based cohort study
Gemma Lewis - United Kingdom

Sexual orientation openness and depression symptoms: A population-based study
Arjan van der Star - EUPHA (SGMH)

Minority stress, intra-minority stress and social anxiety: Examining an extended psychological mediation framework among sexual minority men
Conor Mahon - Ireland

Untethered lives: Barriers to societal integration as predictors of the sexual orientation disparity in suicidality
John Pachankis - United States

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
L. Health assessments / Elderly care / Cancer 2.L. - Oral presentations: Determinants of frailty
Sex, age and socioeconomic inequalities in older people’s unscheduled care
Kate Levin - United Kingdom

Influence of Physical Activity, Protein Intake and Social Network on the Frailty development
Sandra Haider - Austria

Risk of fall among the hospitalized over-49 population. A retrospective cohort study in a hospital
Francesco Gilardi - Italy

The contribution of eHealth to improve fall and balance disorder care in the elderly
Luís Velez-Lapão - Portugal

Traumatic brain injury as a risk factor for dementia
Elisabetta Mezzalira - United States

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
M. Healthy living, food and nutrition 2.M. - Oral presentations: Obesity and diabetes: preventing disease
Body mass index and mortality in relation to age and follow-up of 30 years in large Austrian cohorts
Gabriele Nagel - Germany

Association between psychosocial stress and obesity among migrant and non-migrant Ghanaians
Charles Agyemang - Netherlands

A National Digital Diabetes Prevention Programme: Feasible, acceptable and effective?
Elizabeth Murray - United Kingdom

Association between detection of non-diabetic hyperglycaemia and vascular complications
Raffaele Palladino - United Kingdom

2early? Clinical and psychosocial profile of adults with early onset type 2 diabetes in Denmark
Anne Bo - Denmark

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
N. Health information and health literacy EUPHAnxt, Global Health Next Generation Network, EUPHA (PHPP) 2.N. - Workshop: How to Advocate Scientific Evidence to Decision-makers?
Chairperson(s): Viveka Guzman - Ireland, Keitly Mensah - France

WHO Approach
Tanja Kuchenmueller - WHO EURO

Strategies and practical examples
Tugce Schmitt - Germany

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
O. Global health and environmental change Academic Collaborative Centre Environment and Health 2.O. - Workshop: Climate change and the impact on public and occupational health
Chairperson(s): Peter Van Den Hazel - EUPHA (ENV), Moniek Zuurbier - Netherlands

Occupational health effects during periods with heat
Moniek Zuurbier - Netherlands

Preventing heat stroke and heat illness on the workplace: a study on knowledge, attitudes and practices of safety representatives from Northern Italy (2016-2017)
Matteo Riccò - Italy

The role of youth in de climate change debate
Peter Van Den Hazel - EUPHA (ENV)

The health impact of heat waves in Europe: insights from national plans and key informant interviews
Joris van Loenhout - Belgium

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
P. Data, evidence and practice 2.P. - Oral presentations: Population health metrics and innovative data sources
Slowing improvements in life expectancy across European Economic Area countries
John Ford - United Kingdom

Disease burden in the Nordic region. Results from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017 (GBD 2017)
Ann Kristin Knudsen - Norway

People with a disability status in the French claim database: which characteristics and diseases?
Antoine Rachas - France

Compared to whom? Reference groups in socio-economic comparisons and self-reported health
Alexi Gugushvili - United Kingdom

Neurodevelopmental multimorbidity and educational outcomes of 766,244 Scottish schoolchildren
Ehsan Salim - United Kingdom

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
Q. Health workforce / Health at work 2.Q. - Pitch presentations: Risk of disability pension and morbidity
Do poor health behaviors have an impact on the transition from sick leave to disability pension?
Pia Svedberg - Sweden

Job control and risk of disability pension in the nationwide Danish Work Life Course Cohort
Ida E. h. Madsen - Denmark

Socioeconomic consequences for adults with atrial septal defect: A register based follow-up study
Kirsten Fonager - Denmark

Copenhagen Burnout Inventory On A National Representative Sample Of Pre-School Teachers
Pavle Piperac - Serbia

Earnings among people with multiple sclerosis in Sweden, by education and occupation.
Chantelle Murley - Sweden

Implementation of health promotion activities in mental health care in Denmark
Loni Ledderer - Denmark

RT Accidents mortality in Italy: a population-based study in Piedmont on Vulnerable Road Users
Alessio Pitidis - Italy


Poster walks - Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
2.R. - Poster walk: Overweight, underweight and diet
2.R.1 - Variation in uptake of Healthy Start Food Vouchers in the Six Health and Social Care Partnerships
Ehsan Salim - United Kingdom

2.R.2 - Prenatal exposure to extra vitamin D from fortification and risk of developing coeliac disease
Caroline Moos - Denmark

2.R.3 - Interventions for gestational diabetes prevention: An umbrella review of meta-analyses of RCTs
Demetris Lamnisos - Cyprus

2.R.4 - Relationship between perception of emotional home atmosphere and fruit and vegetable consumption
Monica Hunsberger - Sweden

2.R.5 - Impact of an excise tax on the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages in Catalonia, Spain
Miguel Ángel Royo Bordonada - Spain

2.R.6 - How the French Nutri-Score can impact sales of processed-foods? A complex system perspective
Eric Breton - France

2.R.7 - Salt reduction in bread: Is it enough? Preliminary results of a HIA in Portugal
Joana Raquel Raposo Santos - Portugal

2.R.8 - Joint associations of fruit and vegetable consumption and physical activity with mortality risk
Elina Mauramo - Finland

2.R.9 - The dynamics of the occurrence of overweight and obesity in military recruits to the army in Poland
Monika Binkowska-Bury - Poland

2.R.10 - Medical costs associated with childhood maltreatment history among Japanese older people
Aya Isumi - Japan

2.R.11 - Body size, Mental health and Inequalities: The burden of obesity in South Africa
Ilona Koupil - Sweden

2.R.13 - Trends of sarcopenia and physical activity in elderly Koreans using KNHNES 2007-2017
Hyungsoon Ahn - Korea, South

2.R.14 - The Trends of Underweight in South Korean between 1998 and 2015
Kyungjin Lee - Korea, South

2.R.15 - Evaluation of Malnutrition and Depression in Elderly People: An Epidemiological Study in Turkey
Sevil Aydoğan - Turkey

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
2.S. - Poster walk: Child and adolescent health
2.S.1 - The Evaluation of Stigmatization and Related Factors in Students of Health-Related Faculties
Sevil Aydoğan - Turkey

2.S.2 - Socioeconomic disparities in diabetes prevalence and quality of care among Israeli children
Yiska Loewenberg Weisband - Israel

2.S.3 - Family environment risk factors for overweight in childhood
Vesselka Duleva - Bulgaria

2.S.4 - Factors associated with self- and other-directed aggression in Slovak adolescents
Anna Janovska - Slovakia

2.S.5 - Suicidal ideation among Tunisian adolescents and the association with adverse life experiences
Jihene Sahli - Tunisia

2.S.7 - Mood disorders with onset in early adulthood and socio-economic outcomes over the long run
Christian Hakulinen - Finland

2.S.8 - Intrapersonal/interpersonal factors related to alcohol use and smoking cigarettes among juveniles
Beata Gajdosova - Slovakia

2.S.9 - What should parents do to emphasise their disapproval of adolescents’ substance use?
Maria Bacikova-Sleskova - Slovakia

2.S.10 - Adolescent tooth brushing frequency evolution (2006-2014), risk factors and causality hypothesis
Gabriel Fernandez de Grado - France

2.S.11 - Adolescent suicide behaviour profiles: comparing unplanned attempts, planned attempts and ideation
Claire van Duin - Luxembourg

2.S.13 - Association between positive mental health and family background among young people in Finland
Kaija Appelqvist-Schmidlechner - Finland

2.S.14 - Social capital and students’ health: results of the splash study
Insa Backhaus - Italy

2.S.15 - Regional Differences in Pediatric Asthma Admission Rates – Israeli National Data: 1996-2017
Isabella Karakis - Israel


Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
11:40-12:25
OP - Opening Ceremony
Thu 21st
13:40-14:40
WHO EURO, EUPHA PL1 - Plenary 1: Bridging for an interdisciplinary approach to public health to implement the Sustainable Development Goals
Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
A. Solidarity in health Erasmus MC, Rotterdam 3.A. - Round table: Re-thinking health inequalities
Chairperson(s): Johannes Siegrist - Germany

Johan Mackenbach - Netherlands

Johannes Siegrist - Germany

Alastair Leyland - United Kingdom

Olle Lundberg - Sweden

Ramune Kalediene - Lithuania

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
B. Migration and health Bielefeld University 3.B. - Workshop: The Effects of Shared Accommodations on Refugee Health in Germany: An Interdisciplinary Approach
Chairperson(s): Alexander Krämer - Germany, Kerstin Schmidt - Germany

Housing facilities for asylum seekers in Germany: Ethical concerns regarding social exclusion, othering and negative effects on health
Sylvia Agbih - Germany

The impact of the housing situation on the health-related quality of life of refugees located in North Rhine-Westfalia, Germany
Matthias Belau - Germany

The Effect of Refugee Women’s Accommodation on Maternal Health Care Provision
Anne Kasper - Germany

Antibiotic resistances of S. aureus in refugee accommodations – an investigation from the microbiological perspective
Ines Kiemann - Germany

Spiritual participation and its relation to housing conditions for refugees in Germany
Sakin Özisik - Germany

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
C. Digital applications in health EUPHA (DH) 3.C. - Workshop: Bridging the Gap in Digital Public Health in Europe
Chairperson(s): Luís Velez-Lapão - Portugal, Anthony Staines - Ireland

The Challenge of Digital transformation in Public Health in Europe?
Luís Velez-Lapão - Portugal

Q-Methodology Evaluation of a European Health Data Analytic End User Framework
Anthony Staines - Ireland

Artificial Intelligence-based tools to control healthcare associated infections: where do we stand
Alessandro Scardoni - Italy

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
D. European and global health SFSP 3.D. - Skills building seminar: Develop collaborative tools among public health societies to mutually reinforce their interventions
Chairperson(s): Yves Charpak - France, Emmanuel Rusch - France

Public Health, Ministry of Health and Economic Actors: the case of food and information of public
Pierre Lombrail - France

The construction of alliances in the field of health : about addictions
Loïc Josseran - France

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
E. Public health policy and politics INSERM 3.E. - Workshop: Cohorts: coordinated tools for decision support
Chairperson(s): Charles Persoz - France

Development of a French ecosystem to support cohorts
50 Durrleman - France

The Constances cohort
Marie Zins - France

The Sweden cohort consortium (Cohort.se)
Johan Sundstrom - France

The German National Cohort: aims, study design and current status
Wolfgang Ahrens - Germany

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
F. Maternal, child and adolescent health EUPHA (CAPH) 3.F. - Round table: Applying multidisciplinary sciences to improve paediatric primary care for children in Europe
Chairperson(s): Danielle Jansen - EUPHA (CAPH), Jochen Ehrich - Germany

Organization and content of primary care for adolescents – comparison of actual and desired situation.
Danielle Jansen - EUPHA (CAPH)

Children deserve adequately trained doctors
Karoly Illy - Netherlands

Improving child and adolescent public health from a sociological point of view
Sakari Karvonen - Finland

Clinical philosophy in the context of pediatric care
Jochen Ehrich - Germany

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
G. Chronic diseases EUPHA (FN), EUPHA (CHR) 3.G. - Workshop: Impact of nutrition on non-communicable chronic diseases: a global perspective
Chairperson(s): Tatjana Buzeti - EUPHA (FN), Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA (CHR)

Global trends of chronic non-communicable diseases risk factors
Mariachiara Di Cesare - United Kingdom

Impact of nutritional risk factors on chronic non-communicable diseases
Giuseppe Grosso - Italy

Socio-economic determinants of nutrition transition in Southern European countries
Licia Iacoviello - Italy

Epidemiological and nutritional transition in low- and middle-income countries
Saverio Stranges - Luxembourg

Identifying best practices in junk food taxation and other food policies: Selected examples and their assessment
Piotr Romaniuk - Poland

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
H. Health services research, systems and economics INSERM 3.H. - Workshop: Access to health services in health systems providing universal coverage
Chairperson(s): Olivier Grimaud - France, Helmut Brand - Netherlands

: “Living long in India”– India’s progress towards Universal Health Coverage
Lakshmi Balraj - Netherlands

Variations in the use of caesarean section: a Comparison between France and Australia
Karine Chevreul - France

Socio-economic inequalities in timing of childhood immunizations in Scotland
Anna Pearce - United Kingdom

Geographical variations in access to expert centers for multiple sclerosis in France
Emmanuelle Leray - France

Care trajectories of patients initiating dialysis as planned versus emergency procedure
Maxime Raffray - France

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
I. Infectious diseases control EUPHA (IDC), ECDC 3.I. - Round table: Using evidence for action – the story on life-course vaccination
Chairperson(s): Anna Odone - Italy, Karl Ekdahl - ECDC

Investing in communication education- the example of vaccine hesitancy
Irina Ljungqvist - ECDC

Understanding the perspectives of older adults and elderly regarding vaccination; a snapshot in four European countries
Aura Timen - EUPHA (IDC)

Reflections on life-course vaccination: the England experience
Michael Edelstein - United Kingdom

The EU Joint Action on Vaccination – capitalizing on existing knowledge
Jonas Sivela - Finland

Designing and evaluating an information campaign on HPV vaccination in Denmark
Bolette Soborg - Denmark

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
K. Mental health / LGBTI and minorities EUPHA, EUPHA (PMH), EUPHA (ETH) 3.K. - Round table: Liberté, égalité and fraternité in public health
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Mauro Giovanni Carta - Italy

Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA

Els Maeckelberghe - Netherlands

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
L. Health assessments / Elderly care / Cancer EUPHA (HTA), EUPHA (HSR) 3.L. - Workshop: It’s time for timeliness in Health Technology Assessment
Chairperson(s): Chiara de Waure - EUPHA (HTA), Carlo Favaretti - EUPHA (HTA)

Striking a balance between accuracy and timeliness in HTA: an elusive task
Elena Petelos - Greece

Why do we need for timeliness of research in decision-making?
Judith de Jong - EUPHA (HSR)

Sharing hospital-based health technology assessments internationally
Marco Marchetti - Italy

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
M. Healthy living, food and nutrition THL, EuroHealthNet, EU JointAction ChrodisPlus, EUPHA (HP), EUPHA (INJ) 3.M. - Workshop: Tools and opportunities for health promotion
Chairperson(s): Caroline Costongs - EuroHealthNet, Anne Lounamaa - EUPHA (INJ)

Health promotion and primary prevention in 21 European countries
Andrew Barnfield - Belgium

How to institutionalise health promotion through legislation?
Heli Hätönen - Finland

Assessing health promotion practice in Finland with a benchmarking tool
Timo Ståhl - Finland

Public health policy implementation and evaluation in portugal and israel (Project PH.PIE): the intersectoral pledge and the case of health literacy for tobacco control in the building of the Homo Salus
Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP)

Multimodal health promotion – An approach to successful aging
Janus Gudlaugsson - Iceland

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
N. Health information and health literacy InfAct, EUPHA (PHMR), WHO EURO, Sciensano 3.N. - Skills building seminar: Learning to assess Health Information Systems
Chairperson(s): Neville Calleja - Malta, David Novillo Ortiz - Denmark

The WHO support tool: how is it used and what kind of adaptations are needed?
Nicole Rosenkötter - EUPHA (PHMR)

The WHO support tool: what can you learn and how have others experienced it?
Petronille Bogaert - Belgium

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
O. Global health and environmental change INSERM 3.O. - Workshop: Social-to-biological processes over the lifecourse and social inequalities in health
Chairperson(s): Michelle Kelly Irving - France, Marc Chadeau-Hyam - France

Early life socioeconomic position and adult systemic inflammation: the role of gene regulation
Cristian Carmeli - France

Parental socioeconomic position and chronic inflammation during adolescence
Silvia Fraga - France

Social patterning of inflammation over the lifecourse and its relationship with mortality
Raphaële Castagné - France

A socially patterned Biological Health Score and mortality in Understanding Society and UKBiobank
Marc Chadeau-Hyam - France

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
P. Data, evidence and practice EUPHA (HP), Austrian Public Health Institute 3.P. - Workshop: A methodology for monitoring population health literacy in Europe – the HLS19 project
Chairperson(s): Jürgen M Pelikan - Austria, Dietscher Christina - Germany

A methodology for monitoring population health literacy in Europe – the HLS19 project.
Jürgen M Pelikan - Austria

Using data on population health literacy as a basis for evidence-informed health policy
Dietscher Christina - Germany

Using survey data on population health literacy for developing a National Action Plan in Germany
Eva-Maria Berens - Germany

WHO Action Network on Measuring Health Literacy: the Italian pilot for the Survey 2019 Title
Luigi Palmieri - Italy

Italian participation to the WHO action network on measuring health literacy: policy implications
Chiara Cadeddu - Italy

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
Q. Health workforce / Health at work EUPHA, WHO Collaborating Centre Investment for Health and Wellbeing, WHO EURO, WHO RHN 3.Q. - Skills building seminar: How to make the case for advocating for investment in wellbeing and health equity
Chairperson(s): Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - EUPHA, Francesco Zambon - WHO EURO

Step-by-step process of making the case for sustainable investment in wellbeing and health equity
Mariana Dyakova - United Kingdom

Tools and approaches towards sustainable investment for health equity
Tatjana Buzeti - EUPHA (FN)

Panellists one & two
Marleen Bekker - EUPHA (PHPP)

Panellist three
Aileen Clarke - United Kingdom

Panellist four
Ana M Carriazo - Spain


Poster walks - Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
3.R. - Poster walk: Health in education: from childcare to college
3.R.1 - Developing a regional strategy to disseminate physical activity promotion in childcare centers
Holger Hassel - Germany

3.R.2 - 'The Pyramid of Success” the health promotion program for school- children with visual impairment
Magdalena Wrzesinska - Poland

3.R.3 - Food and lifestyle education at primary and secondary school: an Italian project on health promotion
Marco Tarroni - Italy

3.R.4 - Obesity prevention - is school an effective place? A systematic review
Ulla Walter - Germany

3.R.5 - Effectiveness of a drug use prevention program on alcohol use and drunkenness among schoolchildren
Marcela Štefaňáková - Slovakia

3.R.6 - Adopting healthy habits through the collaboration of health, education and culture systems
Ana Puljak - Croatia

3.R.7 - School ethos and recurring sickness absence: a multilevel study of ninth grade students in Stockholm
Sara Brolin Låftman - Sweden

3.R.8 - Effects of educational policy on unhappiness of middle and high school students in Korea, 2006-2016
Sang Jun Eun - Korea, South

3.R.9 - Satisfaction with health and oneself and the Unplugged program among Slovak Schoolchildren
Olga Orosova - Slovakia

3.R.10 - Bullying and pain in school-aged children and adolescents
Guðrún Kristjánsdóttir - Iceland

3.R.11 - Risks and success conditions for the French sanitary service of health students
Laurent Gerbaud - France

3.R.12 - The trends in health behaviour of the first-year students from Kaunas universities, 2000 - 2017
Janina Petkeviciene - Lithuania

3.R.13 - Perception of Social Gender Roles in Medical Faculty Students
Hatice Aygar - Turkey

3.R.14 - A cluster randomised controlled trial to improve teacher mental health support and training
Judi Kidger - United Kingdom

3.R.15 - School connectedness and adult depressiveness, longitudinal study of the Northern Swedish Cohort
Hrafnhildur Gunnarsdottir - Sweden

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
3.S. - Poster walk: Chronic disease and burden
3.S.1 - An ordinary life with chronic condition as a goal for medicine
Marie Gaille - France

3.S.2 - A Diabetes Paradox in India: Case of Kerala and Bihar
Rajeshwari Biradar - India

3.S.3 - Education and T2DM: the role of differential exposure and susceptibility to overweight and obesity
Jimmi Mathisen - Denmark

3.S.4 - Machine learning application to the reduction of ambulatory care sensitive admissions (ACSA)
Tu Ngo - France

3.S.5 - Presence of intimate family and cancer screening behavior: a cross-sectional study of 4237 workers
Naomi Miyamatsu - Japan

3.S.7 - The status of compliance with guidelines of cancer screening in Japan
Kanako Kono - Japan

3.S.8 - Patients’ participation in the colorectal cancer screening program and their health beliefs
Snieguole Kaseliene - Lithuania

3.S.9 - Standardization of the Cancer Health Literacy Test – 6 in a non-cancer populations
Levent Dumenci - United States

3.S.10 - Comparison of Cardiovascular Disease Risks of Actual and Perceptions of Men's that 40-65 Years Old
Sebahat Gözüm - Turkey

3.S.11 - Increased risk of Roma for 10-year development of CVDs based on Framingham Risk Score calculation
Peter Piko - Hungary

3.S.12 - Economic burden of diabetes in France between 2012 and 2017 based on French national claim database
Pierre Denis - France

3.S.13 - Economic burden of cardiovascular diseases from 2012 to 2017 based on French national claim database
Muriel Nicolas - France

3.S.14 - Individual and social factors influence the Quality of Life of Knee OA patients: a systematic Review
Marianna Vitaloni - Spain


Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
16:50-17:50
ECDC, EUPHA (IDC) PL2 - Plenary 2: Building bridges for migration in a planetary context