Saturday 23rd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
A. Solidarity in health 8.A. - Pitch presentations: Women's health
“People expect you to work like you don’t have a child but be a mum like you don’t have a job'
Lynne Rush - United Kingdom

Risk factors associated with repeated voluntary termination of pregnancy in Tuscany, Italy
Margherita Napolitani - Italy

Nation-wide profile of women using hormonal contraception in Finland in 2017
Elena Toffol - Finland

Reproductive and contraceptive healthcare for vulnerable people in the Netherlands: Pregnant not now!
Connie Rijlaarsdam - Netherlands

Prevalence of female genital mutilation and associated obstetric outcomes in rural Northern Ghana
Engelbert Nonterah - Ghana

Health situation and health care of women aged 50 years and older in rural regions in Germany
Franziska Prütz - Germany

Health service provision for women 50+: the “Frauen 5.0” project in the north-east region in Germany
Lorena Dini - Germany

Mothers’ Oral Health Literacy and children’s oral health: study in the department of Pikine, Senegal.
Serigne Name Dieng - France

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
B. Migration and health 8.B. - Oral presentations: Welcoming refugees: from monitoring to practice
Surveillance of health and primary care of asylum seekers in reception centers: concept and results
Rosa Jahn - Germany

The health of asylum seekers in Finland: a total population health examination survey (TERTTU).
Natalia Skogberg - Finland

Health monitoring among refugees: a state-wide, cross-sectional, population-based study in Germany
Louise Biddle - Germany

Treatment gap and mental health service use among Syrian refugees in Turkey
Daniela Fuhr - United Kingdom

Participatory practice with queer refugees in Germany
Tanja Gangarova - Germany

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
C. Digital applications in health 8.C. - Pitch presentations: Digital technologies: future in care
Establishment of Centrе of competence “Leonardo Da Vinci” in Medical University of Pleven, Bulgaria
Silviya Yankulovska - Bulgaria

Final Products: a regional integrated output assessment in Public Health services, 2017-19 Italy.
Cecilia Smaniotto - Italy

European network staff eXchange for integrAting precision health in the health Care sysTems” project
Marco Mariani - Italy

International, inter-university transferability of a student health surveillance system (SuSy) tool
Ralf Reintjes - Germany

Medical records completeness: can Link Professionals improve quality in a Rehabilitation Hospital?
Enrico Scarpis - Italy

Educational requirements for Health Information Systems: A scope review of the literature
André Beja - Portugal

Using technology and cross-cultural teams to deliver trauma-informed medication management
Thomas Buckley - United States

Digital health initiatives and the policy context in European integrated health systems.
Micol Tedeschi - United Kingdom

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
D. European and global health 8.D. - Pitch presentations: Infectious disease surveillance and control in the African region
Equity in uptake of HIV testing: time trends from population-based surveys in 16 African countries
Pearl Anne Ante - France

Community hygiene against lassa fever disease and its predictors in a Nigerian rural settlement.
Abdulrazaq Gobir - Nigeria

Asymptomatic malaria : building bridges with communities through patients in Côte d'Ivoire
Daniel Yao - Cote d'Ivoire

Surveillance of dengue: evolution of surveillance strategies during a large outbreak, Réunion, France
Luce Menudier - France

Influenza-associated morbidity and mortality in Tunisia
Hind Bouguerra - Tunisia

Hepatitis B vaccination status and vaccine immune response among children in rural Senegal.
Lauren Perieres - Senegal

Multiple interventions to strengthen immunization services in an Angolan district
Mattia Fattorini - Italy

sentinel physicians network in Reunion: an essential and key actor for epidemiological surveillance
Jamel Daoudi - France

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
E. Public health policy and politics 8.E. - Pitch presentations: Informing the health policy process
Health and healthcare in the year 2040 – Facts for planning a complex and uncertain future
Tjede Funk - Sweden

The Public Health Implications of Brexit in Wales: A Health Impact Assessment (HIA) approach
Liz Green - United Kingdom

Danish policymakers and research evidence in public health policy process
Natasa Loncarevic - Denmark

Situation analysis on evidence-informed health policy-making in Poland
Katarzyna Dubas-Jakóbczyk - Poland

Towards a deliberative approach in public health policy making
Wannes Van Hoof - Belgium

Health is not for sale, is it?
Thomas Plochg - Netherlands

Southeastern Regional Health Information System: a mapping tool for public health actors
Marie Jardin - France

The EU Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Knowledge Gateway
Ioanna Bakogianni - Italy

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
F. Maternal, child and adolescent health 8.F. - Pitch presentations: Promoting child centred health systems
Validation of a Screening Tool for Social Vulnerability in Pediatrics
Remi Laporte - France

Can nurses improve self-management among pediatric patients? A systematic review and meta-analysis
Annamaria Mele - Italy

Importance and feasibility of implementing child and parent centeredness in routine care
Michael Eichinger - Germany

Exposure to car smoking among youth in seven countries of the European Union
Martin Mlinarić - Germany

Sleep habits and sleep characteristics at 1 year-old in the ELFE birth cohort study
Sabine Messayke -

Impact of sleep and screen times on incidence of overweight in European children and adolescents
Viveka Guzman - Ireland

Effects of school-based interventions on children’s health and hygiene literacy in Manila
Stephanie Sangalang - Germany

Determinants of health care use and cost among school-age children with asthma
Maha Dardouri - Tunisia

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
G. Chronic diseases 8.G. - Pitch presentations: The breadth of public health
Models and evidence of intersectoral cooperation in prevention and health promotion
Ulla Walter - Germany

The development of a monitoring instrument to measure the strength of health promoting systems
Gerdine Fransen - Netherlands

The necessity of applying Rasch measurement theory in questionnaire-based public health research
Hanne Søberg Finbråten - Norway

Trajectories of systolic blood pressure in Chinese adults born in four decades
Leah Li - United Kingdom

Tuberculosis contact investigations in congregate settings in Rome, Italy: contribution of migration.
Monica Sane Schepisi - Italy

Mesothelioma: a rare cancer in the Valencian Region’s Cancer Registry (Spain)
Clara Cavero Carbonell - Spain

Impact of the Govan SHIP case management project on emergency hospital admission and GP interactions
Kate Levin - United Kingdom

Bringing greater transparency to health workforce planning in Tajikistan: using the WISN approach
Helen Prytherch - Switzerland

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
H. Health services research, systems and economics 8.H. - Pitch presentations: Hospitals, public health and safety
Measuring organizational performance. A review of the dimensions of hospital performance indicators
Elettra Carini - Italy

Healthcare costs and outcomes: a value-based assessment tool for Clinical Governance
Maria Lucia Specchia - Italy

Development of the Austrian version of the Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture
Šehad Draganović - Austria

Patient safety incidents in ambulatory care in Germany
Max Geraedts - Germany

The Bundle approach to reduce SSI rate of colon surgery, Piedmont(Italy) : experience of 2012-2017
Alessandro Scacchi - Italy

Acute respiratory infection hospitalized in intensive care unit: long-term outcome in Elderly
Leslie Grammatico-Guillon - France

Obstetric interventions among native and migrant women: a survey of episiotomy in Portugal
Elsa Lorthe - Portugal

Caesarean section and neonatal outcomes among women of migrant origin in Finland
Kalpana Bastola - Finland

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
I. Infectious diseases control 8.I. - Pitch presentations: Improving vaccine confidence: actions and outcomes
Misconceptions and lack of vaccine confidence: even First Responders are not spared
Matteo Riccò - Italy

Compulsory vaccination policies: a systematic review about knowledge, attitudes and believes.
Gianluca Voglino - Italy

Opinions and beliefs in vaccine hesitant parents in Italy: what makes the difference.
Sofia Zanovello - Italy

Knowledge, false myths and beliefs on vaccines among pregnant women: results from NAVIDAD study.
Maria Rosaria Gualano - Italy

The use of ICT to increase vaccination uptake: state of the evidence from experimental studies
Federica Balzarini - Italy

Flu vaccination coverage in a large Italian teaching hospital: the example of the leaders
Marcello Di Pumpo - Italy

Vaccination apps: a missing opportunity from various perspectives?
Dario Catozzi - Italy

An innovative continuing medical education approach of general practitioners on vaccination: ForMéVac
Marie-christine Banide - France

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
K. Mental health / LGBTI and minorities 8.K. - Pitch presentations: Determinants of mental health
Living arrangement and mid-late life depression in England and China: a cross-country comparison
Yaoyue Hu - Germany

Physical health of people with mental illness: conditions of its constitution as a public issue
Delphine Moreau - France

Income-related inequalities in mental health in Sweden and the role of social determinants
Sara Fritzell - Sweden

Child living arrangements following separation and mental health of parents in Sweden
Sara Fritzell - Sweden

Young people’s depression trajectories: comparing social inequality in the United States and Canada
Anita Minh - Netherlands

The assessment of students anxiety and depression symptoms, sense of coherence and suicidal risk
Giedrė Žulpaitė - Lithuania

Development of the guideline ‘Challenging behaviour in adults with intellectual disability’
Marieke Kroezen - Netherlands

The impact of a national public awareness campaign on dementia knowledge and help-seeking in Ireland
Desmond Hickey - Ireland

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
L. Health assessments / Elderly care / Cancer 8.L. - Pitch presentations: Population health patterns
The decomposition of life expectancy for age and cause of death in Tuscany, Italy
Francesco Gori - Italy

Trends in disease burden in Poland, 1990-2017: years of life lost, and years lived with disability.
Bartosz Rudnicki - Poland

Trends in disease burden in Poland, 1990-2017: disability-adjusted life-years (DALYs).
Tomasz Nogal - Poland

Domain-specific physical activity patterns and cardiorespiratory fitness among adults in Germany
Johannes Zeiher - Germany

Cognitive function and type of physical activity: results from the FRéLE longitudinal study
Caroline Dupré - France

Monitoring of obesity in the Italian adult population: preliminary results of 1998-2018 trend
Chiara Donfrancesco - Italy

Trends in the co-occurrence of cardiovascular risk factors by education in Finland, 1997–2017
Laura Paalanen - Finland

Variants in Neuromedin U pathway genes and risk of cardiovascular disease in an Italian population
Francesco Gianfagna - Italy

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
M. Healthy living, food and nutrition 8.M. - Oral presentations: Interventions to change behaviours
Effects of a behavioural approach on lifestyle habits : a before-after interventional study
Emilia Guberti - Italy

The GOOD Life trial: Effects on perceived injunctive norms about smoking, alcohol and cannabis use
Lotte Vallentin-Holbech - Denmark

One year update following removal of high sugar sweetened beverages from a university campus
Patricia Fitzpatrick - Ireland

Recruitment of women from disadvantaged areas to a smoking cessation intervention: preliminary findings from the We Can Quit2 (WCQ2) cluster randomised controlled trial.
Catherine Hayes - Ireland

Using an intervention theory to build a dashboard for designing and evaluating behavior change SDApps
Olivier Aromatario - France

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
N. Health information and health literacy 8.N. - Pitch presentations: Citizen and patient access to information and participation
Public participation in health data governance: a scoping review
Cláudia De Freitas - Portugal

Solidarity and reciprocity in data governance: information sharing among gamete donors and recipients
Cláudia De Freitas - Portugal

Solidarity in genomic healthcare ? Results of the Belgian citizen forum (2018)
Chloe Mayeur - Belgium

Improving access of French people to health information: the National Health Information Service
Giovanna Marsico - France

Online health information seeking by parents for their children. A systematic review
Christian Kubb - Austria

“Patient participation”: Towards a conceptual model and dimensions’ descriptions.
Iness Ortiz Halabi - Belgium

The determinants of patients' opinions about physicians' services in the Internet-based ranking site
Mariusz Duplaga - Poland

Umbrella review of strategies to improve uptake of screening programmes
Lirije Hyseni - United Kingdom

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
O. Global health and environmental change Sciensano 8.O. - Skills building seminar: Environmental Burden of Disease: methods and applications
Chairperson(s): Brecht Devleesschauwer - Belgium

Introduction to the Environmental Burden of Disease concept – history, methods and selected results
Dietrich Plass - Germany

Environmental Burden of Disease in the Netherlands
Henk Hilderink - Netherlands

Burden of disease due to nitrogen dioxide exposure in Germany
Dietrich Plass - Germany

Burden of disease of heavy metals in population clusters: towards targeted public health strategies
Sofie Theresa Thomsen - Denmark

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
P. Data, evidence and practice 8.P. - Pitch presentations: Trends in primary, ambulatory and integrated care
How primary care and public health interact in local health contracts in France?
Candan Kendir - France

Organizational Culture and Readiness for Change in German pediatric outpatient centres
Sabine Georg - Germany

French GPs’ willingness to delegate tasks: may financial incentives balance risk aversion?
Alain Paraponaris - France

Time to use of primary health care after being informed about increased health risk in HUNT
Marlen Toch-Marquardt - Norway

Identification of clusters and outcomes of multimorbid patients in UK general practice
Yajing Zhu - United Kingdom

Individual and area-level factors associated with ambulatory care sensitive conditions in Finland
Markku Satokangas - Finland

Benefits of performing same day discharge lead and varicose interventions in active patients
Asma Hamid - France

The Integrated Care Performance Assessment Tool: a co-design journey
Mariana Dates - United Kingdom

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Q. Health workforce / Health at work 8.Q. - Pitch presentations: Current issues in the health workforce
Supporting Primary care teams by training coordinators to combat shortage of medical services
François-Xavier Schweyer - France

Migration intentions among Polish physicians - the profile of a potential migrant
Alicja Domagała - Poland

Career satisfaction of Polish physicians – evidence from a survey study
Alicja Domagała - Poland

What doctors and nurses think about the residents' role within the Academic Hospital of Udine?
Edoardo Ruscio - Italy

Nurse's job satisfaction and organization's innovation propensity: organizational climate in italy
Chiara Barchielli - Italy

Status of Excessive Work and Direction of Work Style Reform for OB/GYNs in Japan
Masatoshi Ishikawa - United States

National survey of UK general practice pharmacy services
Vilius Savickas - United Kingdom

Essential knowledge for junior doctors regarding infectious disease control: a modified Delphi study
Nienke van den Berg - Netherlands


Poster walks - Saturday 23rd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
8.R. - Poster walk: Addiction and other matters
8.R.1 - Intentions to use electronic cigarettes, cigarettes, and hookah among adolescents in Kuwait
Maram Alhussaini - Kuwait

8.R.2 - Patterns of electronic cigarette, conventional cigarette, and hookah use among adolescents in Kuwait
Ali Esmaeil - Kuwait

8.R.3 - Association of electronic cigarette use with respiratory outcomes among adolescents
Abdullah Alnajem - Kuwait

8.R.4 - Treatment of the opioid use disorder in the primary health care in The City of Zagreb
Danijela Stimac - Croatia

8.R.5 - Risk factors for hazardous drinking in university students from South Africa and Belgium
Guido Van Hal - Belgium

8.R.6 - Trauma-related mortality in patients with severe psychiatric disorders: a nationwide study
Laurent Boyer - France

8.R.7 - An exploratory study on the prevalence of opiate use, abuse and treatment in tuhc
Donias Doko - United States

8.R.8 - The minimization of alcohol harm to participants at mega events
Anura Jayasinghe - New Zealand

8.R.9 - The role of unjust treatment for experienced unmet need for health care among Finnish Roma
Hannamaria Kuusio - Finland

8.R.10 - Frailty as predictor for all-cause and cause-specific mortality: 11-year follow-up cohort study
Thomas Dorner - Austria

8.R.11 - Potential predictors of unmet health needs among the elderly: a population-based study in Serbia
Milena Šantrić Milićević - Serbia

8.R.12 - Changes in work stress among doctors in Norway from 2010 to 2019: a study based on repeated surveys
Judith Rosta - Norway

8.R.13 - Midwifery matters: resilience and subjective wellbeing of midwives
Niccolò Vonci - Italy

8.R.14 - Serum modified HDL was associated with cardiovascular disease in a Japanese community-based cohort
Tomonori Okamura - Japan

8.R.15 - Alcohol use disorders and long-term risk of dementia: Mediation by cardiovascular disease
Yaoyue Hu - Germany

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
8.S. - Poster walk: Health workforce
8.S.1 - Evidence-based practice among health sciences students: attitudes, knowledge and skills
Mohamed Ayoub Tlili - Tunisia

8.S.2 - Measuring improved decision-making in MPH learning teams
Mark Speechley - Canada

8.S.3 - Pharmacist to improve hypertension management: concordance between Europe and North America
Valérie Santschi - Switzerland

8.S.4 - Teaching medical students multi-disciplinary team work through integrated course
Rabiga Khozhamkul - Kazakhstan

8.S.5 - Final clinical practicum of nursing education and transition experience of new nurses
Anu-Marja Kaihlanen - Finland

8.S.6 - Health Communication needs of health professionals in Europe – the H-COM cross sectional study
Konstantina Zota - Greece

8.S.7 - Engaging a wider public health workforce: bringing public health into architecture education
Rachael Marsh - United Kingdom

8.S.8 - Delegation of medical services to specially trained medical practice assistants
Susanne Schnitzer - Germany

8.S.9 - Human Resources for Health challenges during health emergencies—do numbers matter?
Mirna Amaya Amaya - United States

8.S.10 - The socio-economic planning of a community nurses programme in mountain areas
Roberto Ippoliti - Germany

8.S.11 - Informal carer in Portugal: moving towards political recognition in Portugal
Ines Fronteira - Portugal

8.S.12 - Evaluation of the impact of distractions in the operating room on teamwork, workload and stress
Wiem Aouicha - Tunisia

8.S.13 - Assessment of patient safety culture in the Tunisian intensive care units and its associated factors
Mohamed Ayoub Tlili - Tunisia

8.S.14 - Older Patients in Emergency Departments. Challenges from the health care providers' perspective
Johannes Deutschbein - Germany

8.S.15 - Attitudes of social welfare professionals of the concept of positive health in the Netherlands
Cindy De Bot - Netherlands


Saturday 23rd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 23rd
9:40-10:40
EuroHealthNet PL5 - Plenary 5: Migrant and refugee inequalities in urban settings and changing public health practice
Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
A. Solidarity in health EUPHA (IDC), EUPHA (MIG), EUPHA (PHPP) 9.A. - Workshop: Better prison health for better public health
Chairperson(s): Ana Carina Ferreira Borges - Denmark, Sofia Ribeiro - Portugal

The health of people in prison in Europe
Eamonn O'Moore - United Kingdom

Prison health: governance and monitoring do matter
Daniel Lopez-Acuña - Spain

Evidence-based decision making for prison health
Lara Tavoschi - Italy

Case study: Drug related problems in prison settings
Marialinda Montanari - Portugal

Case study: HCV micro-elimination in prison
Fadi Meroueh - France

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
B. Migration and health Work group 'Economic arguments in migrant health policy making' 9.B. - Workshop: Bringing economics, health and migration together: a mutual learning experiment
Chairperson(s): Kayvan Bozorgmehr - Germany

The potential of economic evaluation studies to improve health screening and assessment policies for asylum seekers in Germany
Louise Biddle - Germany

Effects of non-health-targeted policies on migrant health
Sol Juarez - Sweden

Ethics, economics and migration: intersections, synergies and tensions
Ursula Trummer - Austria

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
C. Digital applications in health EUPHA (HP), DPH, EUPHA (IDC) 9.C. - Round table: Online anti-vaccination movements: the role of social media in public health communications
Chairperson(s): Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP), Patty Kostkova - United Kingdom

Role of Social Media in vaccination debate about HPV: the VAC Medi+Board study
Daniel Artus - United Kingdom

Exploring online anti-vaccination movements: the role of social media in public health communications and reporting
Bolette Soborg - Denmark

Countering anti-vaccination trends and changing online opinion
Carlo Signorelli - Italy

The role of health literacy as a public health strategy to counter act the anti-vaccination movement in the web
Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP)

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
D. European and global health EHFG, EUPHA (PHPP) 9.D. - Skills building seminar: Young policy voices for our future
Chairperson(s): Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - EUPHA, Damir Ivankovic - Netherlands

A fresh look at national health policy issues
Damiet Onderstal - Netherlands

Youth Alliance - a new model for health policy development
Christian Bröer - Netherlands

Young health leaders shape their future policies
Maaike Droogers - EUPHA

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
E. Public health policy and politics Observatory 9.E. - Workshop: The changing politics of ageing and welfare state: Connecting politics with realities
Chairperson(s): Scott Greer - United States, Jonathan Cylus - United Kingdom

Busting the myth of the 'greedy elderly'
Julia Lynch - United States

Taking the high road: The politics of win-win approaches
Jane Gingrich - United Kingdom

The real inequalities
Clare Bambra - United Kingdom

The politics of bad policy: Why don't governments pick win-wins?
Michelle Falkenbach - United States

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
F. Maternal, child and adolescent health Karolinska Institutet 9.F. - Workshop: Twins: a powerful study design to examine the role of genetics and environment for work incapacity
Chairperson(s): Pia Svedberg - Sweden

Studies from the Norwegian Twin Registry on risk factors for health related work incapacity
Ragnhild Elise Orstavik - Norway

Risk factors of disability pensions – what will twin studies from Finland and Sweden add?
Annina Ropponen - Finland

Mental health in childhood and adolescence in association to sickness absence and disability pension
Jurgita Narusyte - Sweden

Education, lifestyle and life course differences in level of work incapacity – genes and environment
Karoline Brobakke Seglem - Norway

Adverse outcomes of sick leave due to mental disorders: prospective studies of discordant twin pairs
Lisa Mather - Sweden

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
G. Chronic diseases Scottish Government 9.G. - Skills building seminar: Capacity-building for implementing integrated care
Chairperson(s): Andrea Pavlickova - United Kingdom, Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA (CHR)

EU level actions and instruments to support the implementation of integrated care
Filip Domanski - Belgium

SCIROCCO Exchange - Capacity-building support for integrated care
Andrea Pavlickova - United Kingdom

Maturity of integrated care in Flanders region - What can we learn?
Solvejg Wallyn - Belgium

Maturity of integrated care in the Basque Country - What can we learn?
Jon Txarramendieta - Spain

Maturity of integrated care in Poland - What can we learn?
Katarzyna Wiktorzak - Poland

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
H. Health services research, systems and economics BZgA, Robert Koch Institut, Future Forum Public Health, ZfPH 9.H. - Workshop: National approaches to Public health; policy, strategies, legislation and implementation in Europe
Chairperson(s): Yvette Shajanian Zarneh - Germany, Svenja Matusall - Germany

The preventive health care act and the future forum public health in Germany
Freia De Bock - Germany

The future generation’s act: Wales
Catherine Weatherup - United Kingdom

The Swedish national public health policy and its achievements after ten years
Nina Lindqvist - Sweden

Slovenian PH system: reshaping and new approaches to interventions and linkages with primary care
Tit Albreht - Slovenia

The public health system in France and the structural developments during the last ten years
Pierre Arwidson - France

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
I. Infectious diseases control EUPHAnxt, EuroNet MRPH, YFG 9.I. - Skills building seminar: Skillscamp : from soft skills to health for all
Chairperson(s): Rafaela Tripalo - Austria, Gisela Leiras - Portugal

Introduction to soft skills
Duarte Vital Brito - Portugal

Soft skills for esearch on gender and sexual minorities
Arjan van der Star - EUPHA (SGMH)

Soft skill for research on migrants' health
Charles Agyemang - Netherlands

Soft skills to improve the health of homeless people
Freek Spinnewijn - Belgium

Interactive activity and discussion
Keitly Mensah - France

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
K. Mental health / LGBTI and minorities EUPHA 9.K. - Workshop: To regulate or not to regulate: that is still the question
Chairperson(s): Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - EUPHA, Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA

Building bridges between public health and law
Farhang Tahzib - United Kingdom

An emerging trend to tax sugar sweetened beverages and other junk foods: overregulation or an effective way to modify dietary behaviours?
Piotr Romaniuk - Poland

Example 1: Danish regulations to phase out smoking
Charlotta Pisinger - Denmark

Example 2: The Italian law on compulsory vaccinations
Stefania Boccia - Italy

Example 3: The Dutch ‘polder model'
Thomas Plochg - Netherlands

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
L. Health assessments / Elderly care / Cancer WHO RHN, WHO ECEH, Regional Government of Andalusia, EUPHA (HIA) 9.L. - Round table: Making progress in Health Impact Assessment: from theory to practice
Chairperson(s): Francesco Zambon - WHO EURO, Piedad Martin-Olmedo - Spain

Health impact assessment: what it takes, what it can and cannot deliver
Marco Martuzzi - Germany

Systematically introducing the 'health factor' in decision-making is possible: The success case of Andalusia
Francisco Javier Rodríguez Rasero - Spain

Panellist, Flanders (Belgium)
Bart Bautmans - Belgium

Panellist, Andalusia (Spain)
Ana M Carriazo - Spain

Panellist, North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany)
Odile Mekel - EUPHA (HIA)

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
M. Healthy living, food and nutrition BZgA 9.M. - Workshop: Creating healthy living environments in municipalities – European concepts, needs and actions
Chairperson(s): Christina Plantz - Germany

A common European framework on how to create healthy living environments on the local level
Eike Quilling - Germany

Current capacities and challenges for equity-oriented municipal health promotion in Europe
Christina Plantz - Germany

Country Report: How do Greek municipalities currently promote health and health equity?
Joanna Velissari - Greece

Country Report: How do Serbian municipalities currently promote health and health equity?
Dragana Jovanovic - Serbia

How the City of Utrecht develops a Health and Equity in all Policies approach
Miriam Weber - Netherlands

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
N. Health information and health literacy InfAct, Sciensano, EUPHA (PHMR) 9.N. - Round table: Strengthening capacities in health information for better public health practice in Member States
Chairperson(s): Claudia Habl - Austria, Herman Van Oyen - Belgium

Developing a health information (HI) training programme: strengthening the public health workforce
Luís Velez-Lapão - Portugal

Strengthening health information systems in Europe through peer review assessments
Petronille Bogaert - Belgium

Development of composite indicators to monitor burden of disease across Member States
Romana Haneef - France

Global cardiovascular risk assessment: a national training course for General Practitioners
Luigi Palmieri - Italy

Building a sustainable network of health examination surveys through training and mutual learning
Hanna Tolonen - Finland

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
O. Global health and environmental change GHNGN, IFGH 9.O. - Skills building seminar: Access to Medicines: A theatrical exploration of diverse perspectives
Chairperson(s): Viveka Guzman - Ireland, Eunice Phillip - Ireland

The timeline of a drug - From research and development to prescription
Sandra Del Ponzo - Spain

Access to medicines policy in Europe
Eunice Phillip - Ireland

The time to ACT in access to medicines is now!
Viveka Guzman - Ireland

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
P. Data, evidence and practice Bielefeld University 9.P. - Workshop: How to do (and not to do) gender in health research: methods developments and lessons from the field
Chairperson(s): Celine Miani - Germany

Conceptual framework for intersectionality-based gender sensitivity in multivariable analysis
Emily Mena - Germany

Operationalisation of gender and migration in epidemiological research – a systematic review
Lisa Wandschneider - Germany

Violation of maternal integrity during childbirth: a micro-, meso- and macrostructural perspective
Stephanie Batram-Zantvoort - Germany

A critical discussion of theoretical foundations and measurement methods of gender roles
Philipp Jaehn - Germany

Lessons from the field: Gender roles and researcher reflexivity in smoking cessation in South Asia
Melanie Boeckmann - Germany

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
Q. Health workforce / Health at work EUPHA (HWR) 9.Q. - Skills building seminar: Building skills and capacity for a future health workforce
Chairperson(s): Ronald Batenburg - Netherlands, Ellen Kuhlmann - Germany

Building institutional capacity for a future health workforce. The WHO Global HRH Strategy
Gabrielle Jacob - Denmark

Professionalisation of the public health workforce: why, what and how
Kasia Czabanowska - ASPHER

Internationalisation of health workforce education: the case of medicine in Romania
Marius-Ionut Ungureanu - Romania

Researching the health workforce: a framework for action
Ellen Kuhlmann - Germany


Poster walks - Saturday 23rd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
9.R. - Poster walk: Child health
9.R.1 - Parental health literacy and health behaviors in children: a 2017 cross-sectional survey in Germany
Elke de Buhr - Germany

9.R.2 - Parents' socioeconomic position, psychological problems, and emotional neglect in childhood
Hrafnhildur Gunnarsdottir - Sweden

9.R.3 - Parental mental vulnerability and use of healthcare services in infants
Signe Heuckendorff - Denmark

9.R.4 - Effects of a healthy lifestyle intervention on health behaviors and obesity for vulnerable children
Jina Choo - Korea, South

9.R.5 - The effectiveness of a web-based Dutch parenting program to prevent overweight in children age 9-13
Emilie Ruiter - Netherlands

9.R.7 - Early socioeconomic circumstances and cardiometabolic health in 10-year-old children
Sara Soares - Portugal

9.R.8 - Early socioeconomic circumstances and adverse childhood experiences in 10-year-old children
Flávia Soares Peres - Portugal

9.R.9 - Spatial analysis and mapping of child malnutrition in Burkina Faso
Ying-Chih Chuang - Taiwan

9.R.10 - Social-emotional problems among Swedish three-year-olds: an Item Response Theory Analysis
Marie Lindkvist - Sweden

9.R.11 - Associations between childhood deaths and adverse childhood experiences
Hannah Grey - United Kingdom

9.R.12 - Are neighbourhood characteristics associated with physical activity levels in schoolchildren?
Gulin Kaya - Turkey

9.R.13 - Sexual maturation in girls: association with physical activity and sedentary behaviour
Veronique Desnouck - Belgium

9.R.14 - Placing healthy kids meals on the restaurant menu by co-creation between chef-cooks and children
Kris Bevelander - Netherlands

9.R.15 - Study on Children's Health Program and Maternity Health Program, Bulgaria
Stefan Stefanov - Bulgaria

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
9.S. - Poster walk: Mental health inequalities and care
9.S.2 - Depression in the Portuguese population, its relation with satisfaction with life and social support
Mariana Neto - Portugal

9.S.4 - Diabetes care in individuals with severe mental Illnesses in Israel
Yael Wolff Sagy - Israel

9.S.5 - Lessons from end-of-life care among patients with cancer and mental disorder: a nationwide study
Laurent Boyer - France

9.S.6 - Associations between mental illnesses and acute cardiovascular events and cancers in France in 2016
Philippe Tuppin - France

9.S.7 - Comorbidity associated with Severe Mental illness (The APNA study)
Ines Aguinaga-Ontoso - Spain

9.S.8 - Piloting Sexual Assault Care Centers in Belgium: Who do they reach and what care is offered?
Ines Keygnaert - Belgium

9.S.10 - Adolescent’s substance use and suicidal thoughts in Tunisia
Jihene Sahli - Tunisia

9.S.11 - Occupational class and sector differences in common mental disorders in young employees in Sweden
Emma Björkenstam - Sweden

9.S.12 - Suicide mortality and its income-based inequalities in Korea, 2005-2017
Hee-Yeon Kang - Korea, South

9.S.13 - Social capital and mental health status among the residents of a neighborhood in Istanbul, Turkey
Ilker Kayi - Turkey

9.S.14 - A systematic scoping review to approach the construct of gender discrimination
Laura De la Torre - Spain

9.S.15 - Gender differences in self-reported health - the significance of inequality in domestic work
Carin Nyman - Sweden


Saturday 23rd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
A. Solidarity in health UWE Bristol 10.A. - Workshop: Transforming four walls into bridges: embracing solidarity via prison health
Chairperson(s): Nasrul Ismail - United Kingdom

A public health approach to imprisonment.
Nick de Viggiani - United Kingdom

The European Court of Human Rights and the protection of prisoners’ health.
Angus E. M. Wallace - Switzerland

Nature-based health promotion: a valuable tool in prison partnerships.
Michelle Baybutt - United Kingdom

The longitudinal course of prisoners’ mental health problems during and after imprisonment.
Anja J. E. Dirkzwager - Netherlands

Impact of austerity on prison health in England: a qualitative study involving national policymakers
Nasrul Ismail - United Kingdom

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
B. Migration and health University of Bern 10.B. - Workshop: Active participation of migrants, refugees, and ethnic minorities in public health research
Chairperson(s): Thomas Abel - Switzerland, Annika Frahsa - Germany

Introduction of key definitions and concepts in participatory research community-based participatory health research: principles and practice
Hella von Unger - Germany

The co-design approach in the MIWOCA project
Annika Frahsa - Germany

Structural and ethical challenges in participatory research with migrant and minority groups
Nora Gottlieb - Germany

Health mediator model as a way to access to care and health information for Syrian refugees in Turkey
Ilker Kayi - Turkey

Applying Community Based Participatory Research on sexual health & sexual violence with refugees, asylum seekers and undocumented migrants in Europe and the European Neighbourhood
Ines Keygnaert - Belgium

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
C. Digital applications in health EUPHA (DH) 10.C. - Workshop: EUPHA and Europe-wide action on digital public health
Chairperson(s): Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA, Anna Odone - Italy

Presentation of the European Journal of Public Health 2019 supplement on Digital Health
Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - EUPHA

Assessing the impact of digital transformation of health services: Opinion by the Expert Panel on Effective Ways of Investing in Health (EXPH)
Walter Ricciardi - Italy

Objectives, mission, scope and preliminary output of the proposed EUPHA Section on Digital Health
Anna Odone - Italy

Selected examples of succesfull projects on digital public health
Stefan Buttigieg - Malta

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
D. European and global health University of Southern Denmark, Babes Bolyai University 10.D. - Round table: International capacity building to boost public health: Can we join forces and share know-how?
Chairperson(s): Arja Aro - Denmark, Razvan M Chereches - Romania

Capacity building in the field of public health in Tunisia: processes and challenges
Razvan M Chereches - Romania

Increase Capacity in Injury Research in Eastern Europe – the iCREATE Project
Nino Chikhladze - Georgia

Capacity building in public health with two Saudi universities: Challenges of knowledge transfer
Arja Aro - Denmark

Experiences and pedagogical considerations of training the trainers in Saudi Arabia
Anne Leena Ikonen - Denmark

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
E. Public health policy and politics EUPHA (PHPP) 10.E. - Workshop: Political parties, health and influence in the EU
Chairperson(s): Marleen Bekker - EUPHA (PHPP), Sofia Ribeiro - Portugal

A health screening of European political party manifestos to inform priorities and strategies for influence
Nina Bos - Netherlands

An analysis of Croatian political parties’ pre-election manifestos and healthcare policies
Damir Ivankovic - Netherlands

Health in the 2018 Italian general election
Stefano Guicciardi - Italy

Do political parties matter to health?
Michelle Falkenbach - United States

Populist radical right parties, welfare policy and population health in Europe
Chiara Rinaldi - Netherlands

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
F. Maternal, child and adolescent health AFM Telethon 10.F. - New born screening in neuromuscular diseases
Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
G. Chronic diseases SCIROCCO Exchange Project 10.G. - Workshop: SCIROCCO: a tool for accelerating the adoption of integrated care
Chairperson(s): Diane Whitehouse - Belgium, Cristina Adriana Alexandru - United Kingdom

Introduction to the SCIROCCO Project's online participatory tool and its evaluation
Cristina Adriana Alexandru - United Kingdom

Practical experience with SCIROCCO twinning and coaching- the perspective of a transferring region
Andrea Pavlickova - United Kingdom

Practical experience with SCIROCCO twinning and coaching- the perspective of a receiving region
Jon Txarramendieta - Spain

Steps forward for the SCIROCCO tool and its evaluation as part of SCIROCCO Exchange
Cristina Adriana Alexandru - United Kingdom

Discussion and dialogue on steps forward for the SCIROCCO tool
Diane Whitehouse - Belgium

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
H. Health services research, systems and economics RIVM 10.H. - Workshop: Social Cost-Benefit Analyses in Public Health
Chairperson(s): Ardine De Wit - Netherlands, Paul Van Gils - Netherlands

the SCBA methodology and to provide a brief introduction to methodological aspects
Ardine De Wit - Netherlands

Social cost-benefit analysis of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for alcohol and cannabis addiction
Eelco Over - Netherlands

Social cost-benefit analysis of tobacco control policies in the Netherlands
Paul Van Gils - Netherlands

Social cost-benefit analysis of regulatory policies to reduce alcohol use in The Netherlands
Ardine De Wit - Netherlands

A social cost-benefit analysis of two One Health interventions to prevent toxoplasmosis
Anita Suijkerbuijk - Netherlands

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
I. Infectious diseases control University of Bielefeld 10.I. - Workshop: Bridging disciplines, sectors and systems for interdisciplinary research on antimicrobial resistance
Chairperson(s): Kayvan Bozorgmehr - Germany

Using a cultural contexts of health approach to address the challenge of antibiotic resistance
Katie Ledingham - United Kingdom

Applying a One Health approach to inter- and trans-disciplinary research on antimicrobial resistance
Timo Falkenberg - Germany

Exploring equity, social determinants of health and gender considerations for antimicrobial resistance
Victoria Saint - Germany

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
K. Mental health / LGBTI and minorities EUPHA (PMH) 10.K. - Workshop: Terrorist attacks and aftercare
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Psychological follow-up and its perception in civilians involved in the January 2015 terrorist attack in Paris, France
Cécile Vuillermoz - France

Psychological support in short term after the January 2015 terrorist attack in Paris, France
Stéphanie Vandentorren - France

Psychosocial aid provided to and sought by rescue workers after the March 2016 terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium. A qualitative analysis.
Roel Van Overmeire - Belgium

Research under Attack: A Framework for Prospective Cross-European Research in the Wake of Terrorism
Lise Eilin Stene - Norway

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
L. Health assessments / Elderly care / Cancer EUPHA (HTA), EUPHA (EPI) 10.L. - Workshop: Real-world data: are we ready to take up the challenge?
Chairperson(s): Chiara de Waure - EUPHA (HTA), Stefania Boccia - Italy

Call for a European collaboration in the use of Real World Data in Health Technology Assessment
Marco Marchetti - Italy

Can we rely on non-randomised studies? Findings from a meta-epidemiological review
Maximilian Salcher-Konrad - United Kingdom

Governance of collection, use and storage of RWD in the view of data protection concerns
Mahsa Shabani - Belgium

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
M. Healthy living, food and nutrition EUPHA (CHR), WHO EURO, IBTN 10.M. - Workshop: Behaviour change and knowledge translation: The unlocked potential to improve people’s health
Chairperson(s): Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA (CHR), Simon Bacon - Canada

EVIPNet Europe – bridging the research-to-policy gap
Tanja Kuchenmueller - WHO EURO

Using behaviour change principles in the development and adoption of health policies
Simon Bacon - Canada

Applying behavioural science to improve physicians’ ability to help people improve their own health behaviours
Kim Lavoie - Canada

Mobilizing knowledge in behaviour change to promote health; the case of the Behaviour Change Wheel
Ariane Belanger-Gravel - Canada

Motrial - An Academic and Collaborative Search Engine Dedicated to Behavioural and/or Public Health Intervention Publications
Gregory Ninot - France

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
N. Health information and health literacy InfAct, Sciensano, Belgian Federal Public Health Institute 10.N. - Workshop: Leveraging evidence for policy making: lessons from the European Joint Action on Health Information
Chairperson(s): Claudia Habl - Austria, Herman Van Oyen - Belgium

Generating knowledge on data collection methods and the availability of health information in Europe
Brigid Unim - Italy

The innovative use of health information in public health policy across EU-Member States
Romana Haneef - France

Prioritizing Health Information in Europe – What do we want and need to know?
Katherine J. Ombrellaro - Germany

Real world evidence for European health policy-making: making the case for interoperability
Enrique Bernal-Delgado - Spain

The Health-Information Impact Index: a tool to monitor the uptake of evidence in policy and practice
Marie Delnord - Belgium

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
O. Global health and environmental change INSERM 10.O. - Workshop: Knowledge transfer strategies for more evidence-based practices: West Africa and France examples
Chairperson(s): Linda Cambon - France, Valéry Ridde - France

Evaluation of a KT scheme to improve policy making and practices in health promotion, TC-REG project
Aurelie Affret - France

Impact of the TC-REG project on decision-makers and field professionals’ practices
Karyne Pierre-Louis - France

A reflexive analysis of 10 years of knowledge transfer activities in French-speaking West Africa
Valéry Ridde - France

Knowledge translation : how can NGOs contribute to bridging the gap between researchers and health practioners?
Sophie Calmettes - France

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
P. Data, evidence and practice EUPHA (HP), EUPHA (PHMR), Robert Koch Intistute, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin 10.P. - Workshop: Better ask those who are concerned: co-creation in participatory epidemiology and health promotion
Chairperson(s): Nicole Rosenkötter - EUPHA (PHMR), Mario Bach - Germany

Co-Creation in participatory epidemiology
Mario Bach - Germany

Co-designing a virtual reality game for alcohol prevention
Christiane Stock - Germany

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
Q. Health workforce / Health at work EHESP 10.Q. - Skills building seminar: Designing accessible environments for disabled people for training, expression of views & co-working
Chairperson(s): William Sherlaw - France, Marie Cuenot - France

ParticipaTIC: Lessons from developing accessible on-line training for disabled people’s leaders
Marie Cuenot - France

Facilitating the collective expression of parents of disabled children at a scientific conference
Alain Chatelin - France


Poster walks - Saturday 23rd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
10.R. - Poster walk: Citizens engagement and patient-centered care
10.R.1 - Addressing & understanding citizens’ perceptions of homelessness: a cross-European study
Owen Taylor - France

10.R.2 - Promoting health literacy in seniors through self-reliant groups. Results of the GeWinn intervention
Holger Hassel - Germany

10.R.3 - Changing criteria of access to gamete donation: the views of donors and recipients
Inês Baía - Portugal

10.R.4 - 'I had no idea what could come'- health care support for AMD in Germany- The patients' view
Anne Thier - Germany

10.R.5 - The creation of a guide supporting actions for health advocacy by and for citizens
Denis Mannaerts - Belgium

10.R.6 - Integrating priorities of disadvantaged parents and professionals for community family health
Gerda Wink - Netherlands

10.R.7 - Appointment adherence to a free, community-wide cardiovascular disease prevention program
Jina Choo - Korea, South

10.R.8 - Health promotion with older informal caregivers: a demand-oriented organization of support.
Holger Hassel - Germany

10.R.9 - The association between frailty and satisfaction with social contacts in the general older population
Diem Nguyen - Belgium

10.R.10 - Organising preventive care and support networks: a need for citizen-centred service delivery
Marleen Fluit - Netherlands

10.R.11 - Social inequalities of postpartum depression: the mediating role of social support during pregnancy
Aurélie Nakamura - France

10.R.12 - Multidimensional assessment for patients with multimorbidity in primary care – first practice test
Gerald Gredinger - Austria

10.R.13 - Inequalities in the participation and outcomes of breast cancer screening programs in Valencia,Spain
Julio Muñoz - Spain

10.R.14 - Do the modes of invitation and responses to a survey have an influence on who is responding?
Olaf Holmboe - Norway

10.R.15 - Evaluation of “Sophia Diabetes”, a diabetic patient support programme, 8 years after its initiation
Anne-Sophie Aguadé - France

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
10.S. - Poster walk: Patients, risks and healthcare
10.S.1 - Evaluation of the 'sophia' asthma patient management program at two years
Anne-Sophie Aguadé - France

10.S.2 - Use of medical care in the 7 years before dementia in the French health insurance database in 2016
Antoine Rachas - France

10.S.3 - Effect of drug compliance on health care costs in newly-diagnosed dementia: a nation-wide analysis
Seung-Taek Oh - Korea, South

10.S.4 - Outpatient health care 30 days after hospitalization for heart failure in France
Thomas Lesuffleur - France

10.S.5 - Assessing patient safety culture and its associated factors in 12 emergencies across Tunisia
Wiem Aouicha - Tunisia

10.S.6 - Patient safety culture in Austrian hospitals – A qualitative study
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10.S.7 - Significant improvement in cancer management in Europe
Marjetka Jelenc - Slovenia

10.S.8 - Anaemia under-reporting in a hospital setting in Italy
Francesca Lucaroni - Italy

10.S.9 - Preoperative evaluation of patients receiving bariatric surgery: a comprehensive Breton study
Astrid Barataud-Reilhac - France

10.S.10 - Evaluation of observation of the patients with coronary heart disease after surgical treatment
Zhanagul Bekbergenova - Kazakhstan

10.S.11 - Health-related quality of life and risk of hospitalization in a healthy general population
Marialaura Bonaccio - Italy

10.S.12 - Predictors of in-hospital mortality post hip fracture in Ireland 2013-2017
Helena Ferris - Ireland

10.S.13 - Avoidable hospitalization in Milan’s metropolitan area: inequalities and comparison with OECD cities
Benedetta Pongiglione - Italy

10.S.15 - Attitudes and behaviours of theology faculty students on organ donation An Eastern City Of Turkey
Ali Ozer - Turkey


Saturday 23rd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 23rd
15:15-16:00
CC - Closing Ceremony