Pitch presentations - Saturday 12th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room A
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health 9.A. - Pitch presentations: Strengthening primary and secondary care
Primary care management strategies and COVID-19 related hospitalization: a population-based study
Lucia Palandri - Italy

The health system and health impacts of primary healthcare reform in China: A systematic review
Chang Cai - United Kingdom

A composite index of avoidable hospitalization to assess primary care quality: an Italian experience
Gianfranco Damiani - Italy

The impact of SARS-CoV-2 on emergency health care in a referral acute-care center in northern Italy
Allegra Ferrari - Italy

COVID-19 incidence on Emergency Departments accesses. Health need and fear of infection, what wins?
Roberta Bosco - Italy

Characterizing post-covid conditions in a Turkish cohort: A prospective study
Öykü Turunç - Turkey

Population indicators and the association between mobility restriction and SARS-CoV-2 spread
Mounir Ould Setti - Finland

WICID 2.0: Integrating evidence and ethics in decisionmaking and guideline development on SARS-CoV-2
Jan Stratil - Germany

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room B
B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 9.B. - Pitch presentations: Lessons learned from COVID-19
Leadership in public health crisis: a review to summarize lessons learned from COVID-19 pandemic
Angelica Valz Gris - Italy

Learning from COVID-19: The inclusion of vulnerable groups in COVID-19 responses across Europe
Jil Molenaar - Belgium

What makes health systems resilient? A framework drawing on learnings from the COVID-19 pandemic
Miriam Reiss - Austria

Disparities in COVID-19 intensive care hospitalization and death by country of birth in Sweden
Mikael Rostila - Sweden

Readiness of Community Health Agents for COVID19
Anya Vieira-Meyer - Brazil

COVID-19 and psychological distress in Belgium: individual and group vulnerabilities
Pablo Nicaise - Belgium

The top three causes of prematuremortality in Belgrade 2020
Natasa Rosic - Serbia

Covid-19 Vaccination and the issue of insurance status
Daniel Schröpfer - Switzerland

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room C
C. European public health / Food and nutrition 9.C. - Pitch presentations: Dietary patterns in Europe
Sharp Increase in Eating Disorders among University Students since the COVID-19 Pandemic
Marie-Pierre Tavolacci - France

Real-life effects of nudging and pricing strategies in the supermarket to promote healthy diets
Josine Stuber - Netherlands

Circadian nutritional behaviours and risk of cardiovascular disease in NutriNet-Santé
Alice Bellicha - France

Plant-based dietary pattern and the risk of dementia: a population-based study
Tosca de Crom - Netherlands

The association between food insecurity and diet quality among Finnish private sector workers.
Hanna M Walsh - Finland

The Southern European Atlantic Diet and depression incidence: a multicohort study
Adrián Carballo-Casla - Spain

Roma study hints health and environmental implications of the current state of nutrition in Hungary
Erand Llanaj - Hungary

Ultra-processed food intake is associated with worse mental health in Southern Italian individuals
Giuseppe Grosso - EUPHA (FN)

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room D
D. Chronic diseases 9.D. - Pitch presentations: Risk factors for chronic diseases
Gambling disorder and chronic diseases in Finland: a nationwide register study
Tanja Grönroos - Finland

Smoking cessation at diagnosis and cancer survival: systematic review and meta-analysis
Marco Del Riccio - Italy

Rapid systematic review of smoking cessation interventions for people who smoke and have cancer
Kate Frazer - Ireland

The burden of musculoskeletal disorders in Belgium: a national population-based study
Vanessa Gorasso - EUPHA (ECO)

Healthcare use among cancer survivors during the COVID-19 pandemic
Ana Rute Costa - Portugal

Gender bias in cardiovascular practice guidelines: the example of ischemic heart diseases
Kathleen Bastian - France

Social environment and cardiometabolic health outcomes: systematic review and meta-analysis
Taymara Abreu - Netherlands

Association of birthweight with lung function and respiratory diseases: results from the GEIRD study
Ilaria Tocco Tussardi - Italy

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room E
E. Environment, climate and health 9.E. - Pitch presentations: Health hazards and sustainability
Association between high temperature and heatwaves with heat-related illnesses: a systematic review
Clare Faurie - Australia

Covid-19 pandemic in north-west Italy: the potential role of meteorology, air pollution and pollens
Giulia Squillacioti - Italy

Ethnic and socioeconomic inequalities in relation to air pollution exposure in the Netherlands
Lieke van den Brekel - Netherlands

PLAN HEALTH FAIRE: an innovative and efficient tool to train health actors in sustainable healthcare
Jérémy Guihenneuc - France

Policies out of sync – are healthy ageing agendas fit for the future?
Angelique Mavrodaris - United Kingdom

Identifying cross-sectoral cooperation for urban health
Kaija Matinheikki - Finland

To what degree are health insurance enrollees aware of the restrictive conditions of their policies?
Frank van der Hulst - Netherlands

Let's not forget those who forget! Participatory design in the context of dementia built environment
Evangelia Chrysikou - EUPHA (URB)

Exposure to phthalates, potential endocrine disruptors, in an infant cohort in Modena, Italy.
Camilla Lugli - Italy

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room F
F. Digital health and communication 9.F. - Pitch presentations: Digital solutions and experiences
Perceived quality and willingness to continue using telemedicine services in patients with diabetes
Francesco Sanmarchi - Italy

Specchio-COVID19: a digital cohort study to improve public involvement in epidemiological research .
Helene Baysson - Switzerland

Effect of a mobile app on breastfeeding among cesarean deliveries: A randomized controlled trial
Doan Duong - Vietnam

Content related with preschool children's health on Facebook: a study of parental informational needs
Indre Liepinaite - Lithuania

Youth health promotion in countries affected by forced migration: The role of mHealth technologies
Ozge Karadag - United States

Real-time classification of causes death using Artificial Intelligence – sensitivity analysis
Patrícia Pita Ferreira - Portugal

Using real-world data (RWD) for policy making in Europe: status quo and unmet stakeholder needs
Timo Clemens - Netherlands

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room G
G. Health data, information and assessments EUPHA-HIA, -PHPP, -ECO, -LAW 9.G. - Workshop: Health in all Policies: key driver for better health still awaiting of greater governing stewardship
Chairperson(s): Piedad Martin-Olmedo - EUPHA (HIA), Monica O'Mullane - Ireland

Health in All policies: what do we mean and where are we now?
Liz Green - United Kingdom

Alternative routes to HiAP implementation
Marleen Bekker - EUPHA (PHPP)

Economics and health economics as a major determinant towards HiAP
João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO)

(panellist-vision from Law and Public health section within EUPHA)
Nikhil Gokani - EUPHA (LAW)

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room H
H. Health determinants and health inequalities Research Unit FOR2723 9.H. - Workshop: Understanding the institutional context of health inequalities. A life stage approach
Chairperson(s): Irene Moor - Germany, Dennis Jepsen - Germany

Socioeconomic position and self-rated health among adolescents: the mediating role of the family
Petra Rattay - Germany

Do family characteristics explain a social gradient in overweight in early childhood?
Stephanie Hoffmann - Germany

A sport focus of ECEC centres appears especially health-promoting for boys from lower socio-economic background
Alena Mayer - Germany

The impact of the school-to-work transition on self-rated health & subjective well-being in Germany
Marvin Reuter - Germany

The role of regional health policy for socioeconomic inequality in health services utilization
Wiebke Schüttig - Germany

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room J
J. Health services and welfare systems Babes-Bolyai University (Romania) 9.J. - Workshop: Reflections and results of capacity building in the public health domain in Tunisia
Chairperson(s): Ovidiu Oltean - Romania, Ali Ayadi - Tunisia

Capacity building for evidence-informed policymaking in Tunisia. What did we learn from evaluating the CONFIDE project?
Maria Palianopoulou - Denmark

Towards achieving sustainability of the Centers for Evidence into health policy in Tunisia
Ali Ayadi - Tunisia

Policy game: exploring and challenging barriers in public health policymaking in Tunisia
Ovidiu Oltean - Romania

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room K
K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights 9.K. - Oral presentations: Health promotion tools
A gamification-based intervention to encourage active travel
Marc Harris - United Kingdom

Quality changes of workplace health promotion in Austrian companies over time
Gert Lang - Austria

Assisted Reproductive Technology: Gaps in young adults’ perceptions and information from clinics
José Miguel Carrasco - Spain

Leo&Giulia: a cartoon series to promote health and prevention in primary school-aged children
Anna Odone - EUPHA (DH) (IDC)

Are French local health contracts promising in addressing determinants of diet and physical activity?
Yann Le Bodo - France

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room L
L. Health workforce, training and practice TU Berlin 9.L. - Workshop: A motivated, healthy and high-performing workforce: Innovation in health workforce research in Europe
Chairperson(s): Reinhard Busse - Germany

Walter Sermeus - Belgium

Ronald Batenburg - EUPHA (HWR)

Lode Godderis - Belgium

Rudolf Kubik - Czechia

Claudia Maier - Germany

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room M
M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines 9.M. - Pitch presentations: Antimicrobial resistance and infection control
Role of surfaces and sinks in the control of multiresistant bacteria in Intensive Care Unit
Elvira Marin Caba - Spain

Prevalence of unnecessary antibiotic use in European hospitals – a systematic review
Lea Tyllack - Germany

Impact of sepses caused by three Multi-Drug Resistant bacteria in a tertiary hospital in 2018-2020
Jacopo Garlasco - Italy

Trends in mortality associated with surgical site infections: a cohort study in Italy, 2009-2019.
Giovanni Paladini - Italy

Aetiology of influenza-like illnesses in the pre-COVID-19 season 2019-2020: role of coronaviruses.
Irene Amoruso - Italy

Flu vaccination coverage in healthcare workers during a 3-year period in the context of the pandemic
Giuditta Scardina - Italy

Information technology systems to support antimicrobial stewardship programs
Veronica Gallinoro - Italy

A systematic review of randomized clinical trials on quadrivalent influenza vaccines for adults
Andrea Pellacchia - Italy

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room N
N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health EUPHA-CAPH 9.N. - Workshop: ‘It Takes Two To Improve European Child Health (Care)’
Chairperson(s): Danielle Jansen - EUPHA (CAPH), Silja Kosola - Finland

The vision of Dutch paediatric care until the year 2030: prevention and collaboration as key ingredients
Danielle Jansen - EUPHA (CAPH)

Toward a digital child health booklet
Julia Dratva - EUPHA (CAPH)

A Finnish vision of a pathway from health promotion and prevention to paediatrics
Silja Kosola - Finland

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room O
O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ 9.O. - Pitch presentations: Access to health services by migrants
Ethnic differences in COVID-19 deaths across various waves of Coronavirus pandemic in Netherlands.
Felix Chilunga - Netherlands

Unseen abilities – how refugee women with disabilities experience social participation
Sarah Scheer - Germany

Which effects had the pandemic in migrants’ health and well-being? A mixed-methods approach
Ana Gama - Portugal

Resilience in Syrian refugee youth
Cecilie Dangmann - Norway

Elevated stress during pregnancy in women of Turkish origin: Results from a prospective cohort study
Laura Scholaske - Germany

Stressful life events as predictors of refugee adolescents’ subjective mental health need
Alexandra Fretian - Germany

Training peer researchers for CBPR on racism in health care in Germany
Tanja Gangarova - Germany

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room P
P. Policy, politics and public health 9.P. - Pitch presentations: Mental health policies
Reform of the mental health care system in the Republic of Croatia
Danijela Stimac Grbic - HDJZ

Self-cutting in bullying victimized adolescents is mediated by depression and dissociation
Manisha Hamal - Finland

Evaluating Mood and Anxiety Disorders in Canada Through a Gender-Based Analysis Plus (GBA+) Lens
Shant Torkom Yeretzian - Armenia

Mental health problems, low economic capability, and social marginalization among 28,047 adults
Siri Havas Haugland - Norway

Low-quality employment trajectories and mental health disorders among Swedish and migrant workers
Roxana Pollack - United Kingdom

The within-person relationship of school climate and mental wellbeing in adolescence
Helga Urke - Norway

Femicides in Turkey: Analysis of the last two decades’ cases
Paksoy Erbaydar - Turkey

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room Q
Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight COST Action CA18218–European Burden of Disease Network 9.Q. - Skills building seminar: Redistribution of ill-defined deaths: a methodological conundrum
Chairperson(s): Brecht Devleesschauwer - Belgium

Redistribution down under—dealing with ill-defined deaths in the Australian Burden of Disease Study
Melanie Dunford - Australia

Redistribution of ill-defined deaths: the Scottish Burden of Disease approach
Eilidh Fletcher - United Kingdom

Redistributing ill-defined deaths in the German Burden of Disease study BURDEN 2020
Annelene Wengler - Germany

Years of life lost for 137 causes of death in Belgium by age, sex, and region, 2004-2018
Aline Scohy - Belgium


Poster walks - Saturday 12th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Hall
9.R. - Poster walk: Mental health 1
9.R.1 - Is mental health coverage in other high-income countries better than Medicare in the U.S.?
Munira Gunja - United States

9.R.2 - ProWell - E-training for teachers to protect students´ mental health during public health crisis
Christin Bohl - Germany

9.R.3 - Depression among survivors of 1988 Spitak earthquake in Armenia: a prospective cohort study
Anahit Demirchyan - Armenia

9.R.5 - Change in the financial situation of students during COVID-19 and its impact on depressive symptoms
Sarah Negash - Germany

9.R.6 - COVID-19 impact on familial relationships and mental health in a representative sample of adults
Giacomo Pietro Vigezzi - Italy

9.R.7 - Country-level determinants of gender differences in major depression and alcohol use disorder
Daniel Hagen - United States

9.R.8 - An analysis of hospital-treated attempted hanging and drowning in Ireland, 2007-2019
Philippa White - Ireland

9.R.9 - Risk factors for internet addiction among Croatian university students during the COVID-19 pandemic
Maja Miskulin - Croatia

9.R.10 - Preoperative anxiety and health literacy in patients applying to the anesthesia outpatient clinic
Mehmet Mutlu - Turkey

9.R.11 - The association of loneliness and social isolation with healthcare utilization in Denmark
Julie Christiansen - Denmark

9.R.12 - Care obligations, employment and mental health
Uwe Rose - Germany

9.R.13 - Risk factors associated with depression among French university students during covid-19 lockdown
Thibaut Sabatier - France

9.R.14 - Burden of Depressive disorders in Balkan countries
Aleksandar Stevanović - Serbia

9.R.15 - Burden of alcohol use disorder in Balkan countries
Aleksandar Stevanović - Serbia

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Hall
9.S. - Poster walk: Public health monitoring and reporting
9.S.1 - Sexual and Contraceptive Behaviour of Adolescents and Young Adults in Germany
Sara Scharmanski - Germany

9.S.2 - Temporal trends in adolescent sport participation in the south-east of France from 2001 to 2019
Maxime Luiggi - France

9.S.3 - Trends and serotype distribution of human Salmonella strains in central Italy (2015-2021)
Valeria Russini - Italy

9.S.4 - The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on tuberculosis case reporting in Kazakhstan
Mukhtar Kulimbet - Kazakhstan

9.S.5 - Major economic burden of musculoskeletal and connective tissue diseases in Slovenia
Marjetka Jelenc - Slovenia

9.S.6 - The HAPPEN Wales primary school network: Bridging the gap between research and practice
Emily Marchant - United Kingdom

9.S.7 - The Portuguese observatory on occupational psychosocial factors: contribution for public health
Claudia Fernandes - Portugal

9.S.8 - Changing life expectancy in Europe 1990-2019: Global Burden of Disease Study 2019
Nicholas Steel - United Kingdom

9.S.9 - Causes of death in Germany: A time series analysis of official statistics from 1990 to 2020
Diego Montano - Germany

9.S.10 - Social inequalities in multimorbidity patterns in southern Spain: findings from the DEMMOCAD survey.
Jesús Carretero-Bravo - Spain

9.S.11 - Standardized blood pressure self-measurement – feasibility study (MeinBlutdruck)
Tim Weihrauch - Germany

9.S.12 - Strategies to recruit people with selected nationalities for the interview survey GEDA Fokus
Carmen Koschollek - Germany

9.S.13 - The impact of perceived discrimination on subjective health among adolescents
Katja Kajikhina - Germany

9.S.14 - An analysis of RMNCH data quality on technological applications and methods to improve it
Harhini Harhini - India

9.S.15 - Trends in working years lost due to different types of work disability and unemployment
Taina Leinonen - Finland


Plenary session - Saturday 12th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 12th
10:30-11:30
Plenary Hall
ASPHER, EHMA PL5 - Plenary 5: Sustaining high quality care: interprofessional training for our clinical and public health workforce
Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room A
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health Observatory 10.A. - Workshop: Integrated primary care: reform experiences from Estonia, Poland, and Slovenia
Chairperson(s): Ewout Van Ginneken - Germany, Katherine Polin - Germany

Trends in health reforms in the Health System and Policies Monitor network: increasing interaction of primary health care and care coordination
Katherine Polin - Germany

Primary health care reforms in Estonia: using financial incentives to encourage multidisciplinary care
Kaija Kasekamp - Estonia

Primary health care reforms in Poland: ambitions versus reality
Iwona Kowalska-Bobko - Poland

Primary health care reforms in Slovenia: leveraging existing structures to expand care
Pia Vracko - Slovenia

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room B
B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 University of Augsburg (Germany) 10.B. - Round table: Shelter in place: lessons from policy making during the COVID-19 pandemic in three countries
Chairperson(s): Verina Wild - Germany, Angus Dawson - Australia

Report from public health decision-maker interviews
Keren Landsman - Germany

Report from NGO interviews on impact on vulnerable communities
Sylvia Agbih - Germany

Report from school interviews
Quintus Sleumer - Germany

Report on selected key ethical issues arising from analysis
Verina Wild - Germany

Building for the future: some thoughts on a comprehensive ethics assessment
Angus Dawson - Australia

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room C
C. European public health / Food and nutrition EUPHA-LAW, -FN, University of Essex, University of Liverpool Law & NCD Unit, EPHA 10.C. - Workshop: EU nutrition policies: from rhetoric to practice
Chairperson(s): Giuseppe Grosso - EUPHA (FN)

Food labelling
Nikhil Gokani - EUPHA (LAW)

Food marketing
Amandine Garde - EUPHA (LAW)

Discussant
Nikolai Pushkarev - Belgium

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room D
D. Chronic diseases EUPHA-INJ, -EPI, -PHMR, -ECO 10.D. - Workshop: Injury Severity Classification and burden of disability measurement
Chairperson(s): Maria Papadakaki - EUPHA (INJ), João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO)

Severity in a Norwegian hospitalized injury material (N=177,663) by two severity measures: threat-to-life and threat of disability
Johan Lund - Norway

Methodological considerations when assessing the Burden of Disease due to injuries
Robby De Pauw - Belgium

Quantification the cost of injuries
Juanita Haagsma - Netherlands

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room E
E. Environment, climate and health ASPHER, Ecorys, EUPHA -ENV 10.E. - Round table: Climate emergency, health and equity education: policy and practice recommendations for Europe
Chairperson(s): Rana Orhan - ASPHER, Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Tara Chen - Belgium

Dorota Sienkiewicz - Belgium

Daniek Korver - Netherlands

Laurent Chambaud - France

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room F
F. Digital health and communication 10.F. - Pitch presentations: Communicating public health messages
Storytelling to communicate public health messages during the COVID-19 pandemic; A systematic review
Priyamvada Paudyal - United Kingdom

Effectiveness of a health literacy intervention targeting kidney patients and professionals
Marco Boonstra - Netherlands

The risk and safety profile of electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS): An umbrella review
Taghrid Asfar - United States

Evaluation of an Italian educational programme on changing students’ hygiene behaviors
Lucia Bricchi - Italy

Improving the quality of translation for patients with language barriers
Rebecca Newell - United Kingdom

Health literacy, consciousness, and locus of control in relation to vaccine hesitancy and refusal
Alexandros Heraclides - Cyprus

Designing a bilingual health prevention website : challenges of using a participatory approach
Johann Cailhol - France

A novel stream of collaborative National portals to enhance preparedness and informed choices
Fabrizio Carinci - Italy

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room G
G. Health data, information and assessments 10.G. - Oral presentations: Health information and infodemic management
Semi-Automatic Knowledge Extraction from COVID-19 Scientific Literature: the COKE Project
Davide Golinelli - Italy

Infodemic management for public health practitioners: landscape analysis and practical tools
Atsuyoshi Ishizumi - Switzerland

Delivering actionable infodemic insights and recommendations for the COVID-19 pandemic response
Tina Purnat - Switzerland

PHIRI Rapid Exchange Forum (REF): A key tool for cross-country exchange in times of crisis
Claudia Habl - Austria

Effect of a client-accessible record on autonomy of parents and adolescents in Dutch care for youth
Janine Benjamins - Netherlands

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room H
H. Health determinants and health inequalities EUPHA-HTA, -LAW, EAHL 10.H. - Round table: Access, equity and the relevance of the Pandemic Treaty: lessons from the COVID-19 response
Chairperson(s): Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA, Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA)

Dimitra Lingri - Greece

Rosa Castro - Belgium

Ellen t'Hoen - Netherlands

Tom Buis - Netherlands

Aurelie Mahalatchimy - France

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room J
J. Health services and welfare systems 10.J. - Pitch presentations: Health services research across the world
Diabetic ketoacidosis among patients admitted to a general hospital in Ethiopia: a spatial analysis
Roberto Benoni - Italy

health service utilization among older population in a terai region of nepal
Baburam Subedi - Nepal

Health facilities readiness to provide primary cardiometabolic healthcare in Burkina Faso, 2012-2018
Kadari Cissé - Burkina Faso

Socio-demographic determinants of infectious disease knowledge in Armenia
Zhanna Sargsyan - Armenia

Premature depletion of ovarian function and Late-life chronic diseases in India
Sampurna Kundu - India

Mortality among internal and international migrants in the 100 Million Brazilian Cohort
Julia Pescarini - United Kingdom

Inequalities in adverse birth outcomes and survival in early childhood: birth cohort in South Korea
Minjin Jo - Korea, South

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room K
K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights EUPHA-WGHL, COVID-Health Literacy Network, Fulda University of Applied Sciences, TU Munich 10.K. - Workshop: School health during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Perspectives from the COVID-HL school principal study.
Chairperson(s): Kevin Dadaczynski - Germany, Orkan Okan - EUPHA (HP)

The COVID-19 pandemic as an disruptive event in school health promotion. Survey results from Germany
Kevin Dadaczynski - Germany

Beliefs about vaccines and information about coronavirus, COVID-19 and the pandemic. Findings from Italy
Chiara Lorini - Italy

Life-work balance of school-principals during the COVID-19 pandemic in Poland
Karina Leksy - Poland

School health promotion during the COVID-19 pandemic: Associations with school leaders’ health literacy
Simona Betschart - Switzerland

The COVID-19 HL School Principal Survey (Wales) linked to routinely collected anonymised health data
Emily Marchant - United Kingdom

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room J
L. Health workforce, training and practice Careum Center for Health Literacy (Switzerland), GÖG (Austria) University of Bielefeld (Germany) 10.L. - Round table: Health literacy in health professionals – conceptualising and piloting a new measuring instrument
Chairperson(s): Doris Schaeffer - Germany, Saskia De Gani - Switzerland

Robert Griebler - Austria

Lennert Griese - Germany

Alexander Haarmann - Germany

Rebecca Jaks - Switzerland

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room M
M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines 10.M. - Pitch presentations: COVID-19 vaccination strategies
COVID-19 vaccination hesitancy in Kazakhstan
Gaukhar Mergenova - Kazakhstan

Development of a strategy to control COVID-19 in hard-to-reach migrant communities
Annalisa Rosso - Italy

Impact of COVID-19 vaccination on risk perception: a cross- sectional study on vaccinated people
Valentina De Nicolò - Italy

How to deal with COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in pregnant and breastfeeding women? A meta-analysis
Francesco Paolo Bianchi - Italy

Impact of booster vaccination on COVID-19 outcomes in Portuguese population aged 80 or more years old
Irina Kislaya - Portugal

A dynamic transmission model to calculate vaccination coverage needed to control COVID-19 in Germany
Maria Waize - Germany

Trust in Institutions, Science Skepticism, and COVID-19 Vaccination Willingness
Kit Man - United States

Case-case study on comparative vaccine effectiveness against Delta and Omicron SARS-CoV-2 infections
Irina Kislaya - Portugal

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room N
N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health 10.N. - Pitch presentations: Family planning and early childhood
Effect of continuum of maternity care on postpartum family planning among young women in India
Monirujjaman Biswas - India

Smoking during pregnancy and children’s emotional and behavioural trajectories
Mathilde Fekom - France

Evaluation of the factors affecting family planning attitudes of postpartum women in Izmir Turkey
Zeynep Sedef Varol - Turkey

The impact of conscientious objection on voluntary abortion in Italy in the last two decades
Emanuele Koumantakis - Italy

Factors influencing the first thousand days of life
Elena Capitani - Italy

Future in Pediatrics: prevention in maternal child chronic diseases in the first 1000 days
Barbara Hugonin-Rao - Italy

A stigma-reduction intervention targeting abortion and contraceptive use among adolescents in Kenya
Marlene Makenzius - Sweden

Household deprivation, comorbidities and COVID-19 hospitalization in 690,115 children/adolescents
Nico Dragano - Germany

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room O
O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ EUPHA-SGMH, -CAPH 10.O. - Workshop: Developmental and School-Based Factors Shaping Sexual and Gender Minority Youth Mental Health
Chairperson(s): Arjan van der Star - EUPHA (SGMH), Richard Ma - United Kingdom

Sexual orientation and mental health disparities in US pre-teens: A longitudinal mediation study
Arjan van der Star - EUPHA (SGMH)

Suicide attempts in LGBTQ+ youth in Switzerland: Qualitative insights in school-based risk factors
Niolyne Jasmin Bomolo - Switzerland

Sexual attraction-based disparities in adolescent mental health: The role of school norms
Wouter Kiekens - Netherlands

Envisioning supportive and safe learning environments: A dialogical study with LGBTQ+ adolescents living with chronic conditions or diagnoses
Lourdes Cantarero Arevalo - Denmark

Structural and school factors, affirmation and well-being among gender minority youth across Europe
Sandra Sevic - Croatia

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room P
P. Policy, politics and public health SESPAS, EUPHA-PHPP, ASPHER 10.P. - Round table: Public health of the future: innovations in surveillance, communication and knowledge translation
Chairperson(s): Enrique Bernal-Delgado - Spain, Gabriela Barbaglia - Spain

Robert Otok - ASPHER

Sofia Ribeiro - EUPHA (PHPP)

Manuel Franco - Spain

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room Q
Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight FIOH 10.Q. - Workshop: Imbalance in use and impact of public psychotherapy–A Finnish working-age population register study
Chairperson(s): Ari Väänänen - Finland, Sanna Selinheimo - Finland

Psychotherapy and change in mental health-related work disability - A prospective population level register-based study in Finland
Johanna Kausto - Finland

Psychotherapy – A Sound Investments In (Mental) Health Capital?
Jarno Turunen - Finland

Socioeconomic factors affecting psychotherapy use rates
Sanna Selinheimo - Finland

Occupational class, gender, mental distress and use of psychotherapy
Sanna Selinheimo - Finland

Distinctive mental health profiles in the working population: A nation-wide study from Finland
Ari Väänänen - Finland


Poster walks - Saturday 12th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Hall
10.R. - Poster walk: Mental health 2
10.R.1 - Prevention of postpartum depression by promoting breastfeeding
Cristina Franco Antonio - Spain

10.R.2 - A German study on the impact of stress on interparental relationship strain after preterm birth
Alinda Reimer - Germany

10.R.3 - Perceived discrimination and mental health among adolescents in Germany
Miriam Blume - Germany

10.R.4 - Metabolomic component during pregnancy predictive of maternal BMI and mental disorders in children
Polina Girchenko - Finland

10.R.5 - Normalisation of mental health problems: Adolescents’ views on mental health problems and stigma
Veronica Hermann - Sweden

10.R.6 - Multi-method analysis of gender differences in psychological distress among the elderly during COVID
Ieva Reine - Latvia

10.R.7 - Poor School-Related Well-Being among Adolescents with Disabilities or ADHD
Sanna Maria Tiikkaja - Sweden

10.R.8 - Enhancing the understanding of parental burnout from an empirical and psychometric perspective
Katharina Prandstetter - Austria

10.R.9 - Managing Minds at Work: development of a digital line manager training programme
Holly Blake - United Kingdom

10.R.10 - Exploring ethical issues arising from a problem-solving intervention in the Swedish Primary Care
Ida Karlsson - Sweden

10.R.11 - Effect, economic and process evaluation of a mental health return to work intervention: study design
Fiona Starke - Germany

10.R.12 - Mental health care in the post-partum: differences between Danish-born, migrants and descendants.
Paula Santia - Spain

10.R.13 - Having mental health problems but not sickness absent: factors of importance among privately employed
Jurgita Narusyte - Sweden

10.R.14 - Job resources do not mitigate the impact of job demands for workers with depression
Patricia Ots - Netherlands

10.R.15 - Co-locating public mental health services in communities: a realist evaluation
Shamini Gnani - United Kingdom

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Hall
10.S. - Poster walk: Policy, politics and public health
10.S.1 - Transformation of the long-term care system in Poland in the light of the maps of health needs
Jan Olminski - Poland

10.S.2 - The frequency of UTIs in people who undertake intermittent catheterization: A systematic review
Floriana D'Ambrosio - Italy

10.S.3 - Anticipating & assessing adverse consequences of public health interventions - CONSEQUENT framework
Jan Stratil - Germany

10.S.5 - Tobacco outlet availability in Dutch rural and urban areas
Tessa van Deelen - Netherlands

10.S.6 - Public perceptions uncovered: engaging in decision-making regarding non-pharmaceutical interventions
Sophie Kemper - Netherlands

10.S.7 - Determinants influencing municipal decision-makers in Germany regarding community health promotion
Lisa Paulsen - Germany

10.S.8 - Swedish local and regional politicians’ views on their role in health promotion
Sara Svanholm - Sweden

10.S.9 - A decade of discordance: Assessing Canada's nutrition policy processes for voluntary agreements
Lesley James - Canada

10.S.10 - How effective are regulatory policies on digital alcohol marketing: a systematic review
Sandra Rados Krnel - Slovenia

10.S.11 - Preparing for the unexpected: Comparing plans for post-terror health response in Norway and France
Lisa Govasli Nilsen - Norway

10.S.12 - Impact of the kidney transplantation moratorium in France because of the COVID-19 pandemic
Vincent Bonnemains - France

10.S.13 - Public Health Guideline to prevent and control SARS-CoV-2 in schools: development and evaluation
Lisa Maria Pfadenhauer - Germany

10.S.14 - The role of socioeconomic status and political attitudes in the spread of Covid-19 in Austria
Anja Stradner - Austria

10.S.15 - European Reference Networks and integration into national health system: an inventory
Timo Clemens - Netherlands


Join the network meetings - Saturday 12th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 12th
12:45-13:45
Room 1
EUPHA-HTA JTN26 - Health technology assessment - Join the network

EUPHA Sections and working groups are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA Sections and working groups are inviting you to Join the Network and attend their annual meeting during the lunch break. These meetings are open to all delegates. Get your lunch before or after the meeting and feel free to join the network.


Sat 12th
12:45-13:35
Room 2
EUPHA- PHMR JTN27 - Public health monitoring and reporting - Join the network

EUPHA Sections and working groups are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA Sections and working groups are inviting you to Join the Network and attend their annual meeting during the lunch break. These meetings are open to all delegates. Get your lunch before or after the meeting and feel free to join the network.


Sat 12th
12:45-13:45
Room 3
EUPHAnxt JTN28 - EUPHAnxt - Join the network

EUPHA Sections and working groups are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA Sections and working groups are inviting you to Join the Network and attend their annual meeting during the lunch break. These meetings are open to all delegates. Get your lunch before or after the meeting and feel free to join the network.



Workshops - Saturday 12th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room A
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health Montpellier University Hospital (France) 11.A. - Workshop: Leveraging meso-level data to advance population health in Europe: further directions
Chairperson(s): Gregoire Mercier - France

Meso-level ambulatory care and ambulatory care sensitive hospitalizations in Germany
Wiebke Schüttig - Germany

Geographic variation in COVID-19 hospital admissions in France: a population-based study
Gregoire Mercier - France

Characterizing population-based health care needs at the departement level in France
Ulysse Rodts - France

Data-driven policy making: a key step for the healthcare system
Angele Malatre - France

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room B
B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 ASPHER 11.B. - Round table: From Science to Policy Making: Lessons learned from ASPHER’s COVID-19 Task Force
Chairperson(s): Nadav Davidovitch - Israel, Ines Siepmann - Belgium

Alison Mc Callum - United Kingdom

John Reid - United Kingdom

Rok Hrzic - Netherlands

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room C
C. European public health / Food and nutrition 11.C. - Pitch presentations: Food, nutrition and children
Preschool children’s temperament and its associations with energy intake
Riikka Pajulahti - Finland

Awareness, compliance and effectiveness of school nutrition guidelines in Canadian schools
Katerina Maximova - Canada

Trans fatty acid intake and risk of type 2 diabetes in the NutriNet-Santé prospective cohort
Gaëlle Wendeu-Foyet - France

The path to evidence-based guidelines for food insecurity during pregnancy
Fiona McKay - Australia

The bidirectional relationship between growth and appetite regulation in the first year of life
Christiana Demetriou - Cyprus

Children’s and family’s determinants of cognitive performance among children: The I-MOVE Study
Francesco Esposito - Italy

Anemia in children aged 6 to 59 months attending a quaternary health facility in Maputo, Mozambique
Reka Maulide Cane - Portugal

Understanding eating-related health outcomes: connections between anxiety and eating behavior
Felix Hussenoeder - Germany

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room D
D. Chronic diseases Tuebingen University (Germany) 11.D. - Workshop: Depression comorbidity in prediabetes and diabetes: evaluating risk factors and outcomes
Chairperson(s): Norbert Schmitz - Germany

Childhood trauma, depression, and the risk of incident prediabetes in young adults: findings from the Lifelines Cohort Study
Sonya Deschenes - Ireland

Systemic inflammation and the risk of depression in people with type 2 diabetes
Norbert Schmitz - Germany

Depression, diabetes and change in cognitive functioning: results from the Canadian Longitudinal study on Aging
Mahdieh Shojaa - Germany

Time at home during the COVID-19 pandemic: a prospective examination of psychosocial health in people with and without type 2 diabetes using digital phenotyping
Amy McInerney - Ireland

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room E
E. Environment, climate and health EUPHA-URB, -PMH, -ENV 11.E. - Workshop: Urban Green Spaces, Built Environment and Urban
Chairperson(s): Stefano Capolongo - EUPHA (URB), Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Bridging Epidemiological Data with Features of the Urban Context: An experience of Urban Public Health within the City of Milan, Italy.
Andrea Rebecchi - Italy

Urban places and Mental Health challenges (lessons learned from Covid-19 crisis).
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Green space availability and mental health – results from a cross-sectional study in Northwestern Germany.
Felix Sisenop - Germany

How breaks in nature can affect the users’ wellbeing: an experience based survey during the lockdown.
Marco Gola - Italy

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room F
F. Digital health and communication University of Graz, EUPHA (WGHL) 11.F. - Workshop: Can digital health literacy act as a protective factor for students in times of crisis?
Chairperson(s): Barbara Gasteiger-Klicpera - Austria, Michaela Wright - Austria

Digital health literacy and well-being of university students in Austria during the pandemic
Franziska Reitegger - Austria

The relationship between well-being and digital health literacy in university students from Romania
Marius-Ionut Ungureanu - Romania

Digital health literacy and well-being of students at Sofia University – Bulgaria
Ioannis Patias - Bulgaria

Digital health literacy and well-being of health sciences students from MU-Sofia during the pandemic
Nikoleta Leventi - Bulgaria

Digital health literacy and well-being in university students in Germany
Kevin Dadaczynski - Germany

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room G
G. Health data, information and assessments EUPHA-PHMR, -HSR, -ECO, Sciensano (Belgium), PHIRI 11.G. - Round table: Resilient health systems: harnessing health information to improve population health.
Chairperson(s): Petronille Bogaert - EUPHA (PHMR), Johan Hansen - EUPHA (HSR)

Ebba Barany - Luxembourg

Cianrán Nicholl - Italy

Kenneth Grech - Malta

Miriam Saso - Belgium

Anna Sagan - United Kingdom

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room H
H. Health determinants and health inequalities EUPHA (HTA), EMA, WHO 11.H. - Round table: Timely access to quality-assured medicines worldwide
Chairperson(s): Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA), Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA

Victoria Palmi - Netherlands

Mariana Roldão Santos - Switzerland

Richard Pilsudski - France

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room J
J. Health services and welfare systems Bielefeld University 11.J. - Workshop: Enabling participation of vulnerable groups in primary health and long-term care
Chairperson(s): Kerstin Haemel - Germany, Anja Dieterich - Germany

Relevance and limits of patient surveys within humanitarian primary health care in Germany
Anja Dieterich - Germany

Primary mental health care in India for older people: stigmatization and community-orientation
Tom Kafczyk - Germany

Participation in vulnerable old age? Barriers and opportunities in nursing homes in Germany
Susanne Kuempers - Germany

Participation and chronic illness: Nurses’ perceptions in primary care in Brazil, Germany, and Spain
Marcus Heumann - Germany

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room K
K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights 11.K. - Pitch presentations: Barriers and enablers in health promotion behaviours
Health literacy time trends in Germany
Eva-Maria Berens - Germany

Health literacy among migrants in Germany – results of the quantitative cross-sectional HLS-MIG study
Eva-Maria Berens - Germany

Motivational health coaching to increase physical activity of people with serious mental illness
Matteo Sattler - Austria

Language barriers for primary care access in Europe: a systematic review
Priyamvada Paudyal - United Kingdom

Exploring the involvement of representatives of migrant groups in health research
Elin Lampa - Sweden

Public knowledge of chronic kidney disease in Portugal: a quantitative approach
Ana Rita Pedro - Portugal

Evaluation of pediatric dentists' approaches to oral health literacy
Nevra Karamüftüoğlu - Cyprus

An update on national recommendations for the use of the adjuvanted recombinant zoster vaccine
Romy Weller - Germany

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room L
L. Health workforce, training and practice 11.L. - Pitch presentations: Providing services to diverse populations
Utilization of secondary preventive medications after ischemic stroke in immigrants to Denmark
George Mkoma - Denmark

Use of stroke care processes among immigrants to Denmark
George Mkoma - Denmark

Migrants and frequents users of the emergency department: Who are they and why do they consult?
Carmen Cariello - Switzerland

Ethnicity and paediatric healthcare utilisation: Improving the quality of quantitative research
Claire Zhang - United Kingdom

Racially discriminatory experiences among older chronically ill people of Turkish origin in Germany
Hürrem Tezcan-Güntekin - Germany

Diversity competence: what should be prioritised in an online course? An adapted delphi study.
Janne Sorensen - Denmark

Foreign-born people and covid-19 in Sweden - the effect of co-morbidity
Sharareh Akhavavn - Sweden

Health Service Experiences of Transgender Individuals from Foreign Backgrounds in Finland
Mercédesz Czimbalmos - Finland

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room M
M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines EURO HEALTH GROUP (Denmark), School of Public Health & Health Management (Serbia) 11.M. - Workshop: Vaccination hesitancy in the Western Balkans and inclusive governance
Chairperson(s): Michele Gross - Denmark, Ulrich Laaser - Germany

Global decline in vaccine coverage; COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy
Ulrich Laaser - Germany

COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in five Western Balkan countries
Sanja Matovic Miljanovic - Serbia

Does it matter who addresses whom in vaccination promotion campaign?
Smiljana Cvjetkovic - Serbia

Inclusive governance: Enhance health literacy to reduce vaccine hesitancy
Vesna Bjegovic-Mikanovic - Serbia

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room N
N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health University of Pisa, Federal Centre for Health Education - WHO Collaborating Centre for Sexual and Reproductive Health; EUPHA-IDC 11.N. - Workshop: School-based sexual health education: from evidence to implementation and evaluation
Chairperson(s): Lara Tavoschi - Italy, Johanna Marquardt - Germany

School-based sexuality Education in Europe and Central Asia
Johanna Marquardt - Germany

Co-creation of a school-based sexual health education intervention in Italy
Alice Chinelli - Italy

Implementing a school-based comprehensive sexual health education intervention in Italy: experiences from the field
Domenico Martinelli - Italy

How to evaluate a sexual health education intervention: experience from an Italian pilot project
Marco Ubbiali - Italy

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room O
O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ 11.O. - Pitch presentations: Effects of COVID-19 on mental health
Anxiety and depression symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic in European countries and Australia
Katalin Gemes - Sweden

Inequalities in psychological distress before and during the COVID-19 pandemic among UK adults
Kishan Patel - United Kingdom

The effect of financial support on depression among young adults during the COVID-19 pandemic
Pierre-julien Coulaud - Canada

The effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on the stress and depression levels of new mothers
Cristina Florea - Austria

Reactive surveillance of suicides during the COVID-19 epidemic in France, 2020- March 2022
Anne Fouillet - France

Self-reported anxiety and depression among COVID-19 patients: A prospective cohort study from Turkey
Öykü Turunç - Turkey

Longitudinal rate of change in depression symptoms from pre- to post-COVID-19 onset among US mothers
Julie Kapp - United States

Establishing Covid-19 Research in UK Care Homes – Infrastructure Challenges for Trial Design.
Paul Leighton - United Kingdom

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room P
P. Policy, politics and public health Tilburg University, Amsterdam UMC, University of Amsterdam 11.P. - Workshop: Tobacco control policy strategies to contribute to the EU’s tobacco-free generation goal
Chairperson(s): Andrea Rozema - Netherlands, Mirte Kuipers - Netherlands

Diffusion of smoke-free policies at outdoor sports clubs in the Netherlands
Rixt Smit - Netherlands

Policies to reduce availability of tobacco products in the retail environment
Tessa van Deelen - Netherlands

Impact of smoke-free policies in hospitality venues and the home environment on smoking behaviour and exposure to second-hand smoke: results of two systematic reviews
Heike Garritsen - Netherlands

Implementing a smoking cessation training for lower socioeconomic groups into local policy in Amsterdam, the Netherlands: Identifying preconditions and barriers among multiple stakeholder groups
Judith Visser - Netherlands

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room Q
Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight 11.Q. - Pitch presentations: Monitoring the burden of disease
The global burden of neglected zoonotic diseases: current state of evidence
Carlotta di Bari - Belgium

The changing landscape of food deserts and swamps in Flanders, Belgium
Vincent Smets - Belgium

Complications and comorbidities in a group of deaths of patients tested positive for SARS-CoV-2
Francesco Grippo - Italy

The prevention indicator system of the German Federal States – a tool to monitor prevention policies
Jonas D. Finger - Germany

The pandemic impact on the Italian elderly: changing in health profile and access to services.
Benedetta Contoli - Italy

Monitoring the burden of disease in Scotland and the contribution of risk factors.
Ian Grant - United Kingdom

Evaluation of the quality of cause of death statistics of the last decades in the European Union.
Lluís Cirera - Spain

Undetected hypertension in primary care – a public health iceberg?
Lauren Young - United Kingdom


Poster walks - Saturday 12th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Hall
11.R. - Poster walk: The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic
11.R.1 - Flu and Covid-19: is there adherence to vaccination in target groups?
Domitilla Marconi - Italy

11.R.2 - Immune Response After Vaccination against SARS-CoV-2 in the Elderly in the Czech Republic
Hana Tomaskova - Czechia

11.R.3 - Attitudes towards mandatory vaccinations during the COVID-19 pandemic in Bulgaria
Stanislava Hadzhieva - Bulgaria

11.R.4 - Fear of infection or fear of protection – driving factors of COVID-19 vaccine uptake in Bulgaria
Stanislava Hadzhieva - Bulgaria

11.R.5 - Hand hygiene and HAI transmission in Piedmont, Italy: an observational study, 2017-2019.
Antonino Russotto - Italy

11.R.6 - Vaccination policy strategies before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: an overview
Jacopo Garlasco - Italy

11.R.7 - Using default opt-out strategies to undercover the unknown HCV infections: a scoping review
Gianluca Paparatto - Italy

11.R.8 - Impact of lockdown on football players’ injuries
Vittorio Falcone - Italy

11.R.9 - Dietary factors and risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection in the Moli-sani Study Cohort
Marialaura Bonaccio - Italy

11.R.10 - Parental perception about the pandemic impact on mental health of children: a cross-sectional study
Sonia Pinto - Italy

11.R.11 - Participatory development of inclusive health communication on COVID-19 with homeless people
Anabell Specht - Germany

11.R.12 - DHL as a Factor Mediating the Association: Covid-19 information Search & Well-Being Among Students
Tran Thi Mai Lien - Vietnam

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Hall
11.S. - Poster walk: Prenatal and maternal health
11.S.1 - Community Perceptions of Facilitators and Barriers to Post Natal Care access in Rural Laos
Monika Christofori-Khadka - Switzerland

11.S.2 - Using Intervention Mapping to develop an intervention to promote healthy child weight development
Camilla Thørring Bonnesen - Denmark

11.S.3 - Interaction between MTNR1B polymorphisms and lifestyle intervention on pregnancy outcomes.
Mireille van Poppel - Austria

11.S.4 - Impact of COVID-19 on maternal and neonatal outcomes: a population-based cohort study in Latvia
Irisa Zile-Velika - Latvia

11.S.5 - Dietary habits of pregnant women in Bulgaria
Rositsa Chamova - Bulgaria

11.S.6 - Late antenatal care initiation and neonatal outcomes in an ethnically diverse maternal cohort
Shuby Puthussery - United Kingdom

11.S.8 - Health professionals’ communication and Italian pregnant women’s attitudes to the Covid-19 vaccine
Carlotta Fiammenghi - Italy

11.S.9 - Knowledge, beliefs and experience of adopting healthy habits in pregnancy: a mixed methods study
Ourania Kolokotroni - Cyprus

11.S.10 - Breastfeeding and allergic disease at age nine in Ireland: An Irish prospective cohort study
Ellen Juliet Cosgrave - Ireland

11.S.11 - Assessment of maternal and newborn services in Uganda based on the Effective Coverage framework.
Marco Fonzo - Italy

11.S.12 - Birth defects and associated antenatal care factors related with 1st trimester of pregnancy
Irisa Zile-Velika - Latvia

11.S.13 - Health-related quality of life among five-year-old extremely preterm children with motor disorders.
Adrien M Aubert - France

11.S.14 - The influence of paternity leave uptake on parental post-partum depression: An ELFE cohort study
Katharine Barry - France


Plenary session - Saturday 12th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 12th
15:00-15:45
Plenary Hall
EPH Conference CC - Closing Ceremony

Moderators:

Speakers:

  • Christian Drosten, Institute of Virology, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany
  • Dineke Zeegers Paget, past Executive Director EUPHA
  • Anthony Staines, Chair of the 16th EPH Conference 2023