Poster displays

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity

8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DA - Solidarity in health
DA.1 - Analysis of the free caesarean section initiative at the Nabil Choucair Health Center
Mamadou Makhtar Mbacké Leye - Senegal

DA.2 - Developing international inter hospital cooperation to reach the SDGs
Helene Rossinot - France

DA.3 - Accessibility to oral health care of precarious and non precarious populations in Côte d'Ivoire
Abou Dramane Sangare - Cote d'Ivoire

DA.4 - Building bridges between community, primary healthcare and academia for solidarity in health
Rabiga Khozhamkul - Kazakhstan

DA.5 - Critical thinking on strengthening the NGO contribution to improve solidarity in public health
Dilek Aslan - Turkey

DA.6 - Improving Health Care Management in Primary Care for Homeless People: A Literature Review
Maeva Jego - France

DA.7 - Impact of macro-socioeconomic determinants on perinatal healthcare quality for very preterm infants
Julia Nadine Doetsch - Portugal

DA.8 - Burnout and quality of life among masseurs with visual impairment - Polish cross-sectional study
Katarzyna Binder-Olibrowska - Poland

DA.9 - Youth engagement on health as a political issue
Le Grand Eric - France

DA.10 - Health promoting ideas and actions generated by community engagement in an underserved Swedish area
Maria Magnusson - Sweden

DA.11 - Public Health and Communication: closing the health gap depending on each other
Maria Magnusson - Sweden

DA.12 - Understanding place-based public health to reduce inequalities in the context of austerity
Monique Lhussier - United Kingdom

DA.13 - Hospital “Outside the walls” against HIV and other Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) in Russia
Cyriac Bouchet-Mayer - France

DA.14 - Giving blood: providing treatment, providing knowledge
Pierre Tiberghien - France

DA.15 - Disparities in smoking habits in Hungarian Roma and general populations
Szilvia Fiatal - Hungary

DA.16 - Crowdfunding for unmet medical needs: the case of CAR-T and Gofundme
Stefano Guicciardi - Italy

DA.17 - Estimated number of homeless people in Marseille in 2016.
Alexandre Daguzan - France


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DB - Migration and health
DB.1 - Factors influencing use of natural environments among immigrant women in Norway
Catherine Lorentzen - Norway

DB.2 - Perceived risks and barriers to care for international migrants in transit through Mexico
Silvana Larrea - Mexico

DB.3 - Migrants in Austria and their understanding of mental health issues
Marion Weigl - Austria

DB.4 - Advocating migrant and minority health in Bulgaria through an innovative education subject
Mariela Kamburova - Bulgaria

DB.5 - Health, wellbeing and access to care of undocumented migrants in Geneva, Switzerland
Yves Jackson - Switzerland

DB.6 - Adequate utilisation of emergency services in Germany: a differential by migration background?
Odile Sauzet - Germany

DB.7 - Support for unaccompanied children and youth - Results from a systematic literature review
Henry Ascher - Sweden

DB.8 - Parent emigration and physical health of children left behind: systematic review of the literature.
Justina Racaite - Lithuania

DB.9 - Non-communicable diseases among refugees claimants in Greek refugee camps—are their care needs met?
Signe Smith Jervelund - Denmark

DB.10 - A partnership between a local public health unit and schools to end female genital mutilation
Maria Margarida Paixão - Portugal

DB.11 - Culturally sensitive diabetes education supporting ethnic minorities with type 2 diabetes
Nana Folmann Hempler - Denmark

DB.12 - Health promotion for unaccompanied minor asylum seekers – a qualitative evaluation
Miriam Kasztura - Switzerland

DB.13 - Access to health care among people with foreign background and the general population in Finland
Hannamaria Kuusio - Finland

DB.14 - Policies for tackling health inequities in migrants in an irregular situation: learning from Italy
Maurizio Marceca - Italy

DB.15 - Mental health treatment gap in adults of Russian, Somali, and Kurdish origin in Finland
Katja Cilenti - Finland

DB.16 - Increase of tuberculosis incidence in Ile-de-France region and the role of recent migration
Yassoungo Silue - France

DB.17 - Migrants’ social determinants of health: living conditions, violence exposure, access to healthcare.
Estelle Spoel - Belgium

DB.18 - Risk perceptions among women with an ethnic minority background and prior GDM living in Denmark
Stine Bagger - Denmark

DB.19 - Asylum seekers’ mental health in the Finnish Asylum Seekers Health and Wellbeing Survey (TERTTU)
Anu Castaneda - Finland

DB.20 - Barriers to health access for women during forced migration: An exploratory study
Brighid Scanlon - Australia

DB.21 - Self-reported discrimination in health surveys: results from a scoping review
Katja Kajikhina - Germany

DB.22 - Self-reported health conditions among refugees and asylum-seekers (AS) in Italian hosting centres
Marco Fonzo - Italy

DB.23 - Health experiences of asylum seekers and refugees in Wales
Catherine Weatherup - United Kingdom

DB.24 - Significance and challenges of assessing health literacy among migrants
Eva-Maria Berens - Germany

DB.25 - Health among immigrants in Norway, results from the Living Condition Survey among immigrants 2016
Marte Kjøllesdal - Norway

DB.26 - Access to abortion of undocumented migrants seen by Médecins du Monde in the Humanitarian Hub
Felipe Rojas Lopez - Belgium

DB.27 - Empowering minor migrants: peer support program Nantes.
Le Grand Eric - France

DB.28 - Improving access to health of Migrants in France. Qualitative assessment of a national guide
Emmanuelle Hamel - France

DB.29 - Gender differences of health literacy in first and second generation migrants: A systematic review
Digo Chakraverty - Germany

DB.30 - Acceptability of rapid tests for migrants during the medical consultation at the migration pointt
Martin Duracinsky - France

DB.31 - Episodes of violence suffered by migrants transiting Libya, Italy and France
Laura Reques Sastre - Spain

DB.32 - Self Rated Health among Syrian refugees in Lebanon and Norway – a cross sectional study
Jasmin Haj-Younes - Norway

DB.33 - Strategies to enhance follow-up response in a cohort study with Berliners of Turkish descent
Lilian Krist - Germany

DB.34 - Training development in the ORAMMA (Operational Refugee and Migrant Maternal Approach) project
Elena Petelos - Greece

DB.35 - The factors affecting response rate in survey on well-being among people with foreign origin
Eero Lilja - Finland

DB.36 - Social Gradients in Alcohol Use Disorders with and without Depression: Immigrants vs Norwegians
Marja Leonhardt - Norway

DB.37 - sustained virological response to Do hepatitis C DAA treatments in migrants and non-migrants groups
Tchadine Djaogol - France

DB.38 - Factors related to emigration self-efficacy among university students in Slovakia
Bohuš Hajduch - Slovakia

DB.39 - Bridging Generations: Sharing stories from the past with the future
Maryellen Brisbois - United States

DB.40 - Health-Related Quality of Life in resettled refugee youth
Cecilie Dangmann - Norway

DB.41 - Health and behavioral changes among international students at the University of Georgia
Mariam Lobjanidze - Georgia

DB.42 - Factors influencing the migration intention of dental and medical graduates in developing countries
Sara Hajian - Iran

DB.43 - The impact of precarious employment on the health and wellbeing of immigrants: a systematic review
Monique Lhussier - United Kingdom

DB.44 - Combined sexual prevention targeted to LGBTI+ migrants: between 'outdoor' and 'indoor' hospial
Cyriac Bouchet-Mayer - France

DB.45 - Experiences of specialist social workers for asylum seeking patients at a large Swedish hospital
Veronica Svärd - Sweden

DB.46 - Services for refugees subject to sexual and gender-based violence in Turkey and Sweden
Hannah Bradby - Sweden

DB.47 - Syndromic infectious disease surveillance of refugees in Greece: a mixed methods analysis
Julia Graef - United Kingdom

DB.48 - The influence of culturalisation on GP consultations and in research on GP care
Alex Stern - Germany

DB.49 - Ethnic differences in participation in diabetes education programmes
Anne Juul - Denmark

DB.50 - Country Assessments: Identifying gaps in policy and practice to address equity in health for migrants
Charlott Nordström - Norway

DB.51 - Characteristics of specialist consultations regarding immigrant patients at a large Swedish hospital
Veronica Svärd - Sweden

DB.52 - Optimum control of TB in the EU by addressing migrant health effectively in an interconnected world
Margo Koster - Netherlands

DB.53 - Family conflict mediates the relationship between past violence and wellbeing among female refugees
Leah Okenwa Emegwa - Sweden

DB.54 - Maternal country of birth and in-hospital exclusive breastfeeding: results from a Portuguese study
Cláudia De Freitas - Portugal

DB.55 - The way towards Migrant Sensitive Occupational Health Care System –
István Szilárd - Hungary

DB.56 - Health system resilience – a conceptual and empirical review of health system literature
Katharina Wahedi - Germany

DB.57 - The benefits and challenges of cash transfer programmes in Greece, with a focus on protection
Florence Rodgers - United Kingdom

DB.58 - Living conditions, diet and lifestyle of Asian and African undocumented immigrants in Athens, Greece
S G Sarwar Shah - United Kingdom

DB.59 - Perceptions of primary care providers on TB care for migrants: a mixed methods study in Portugal
Sonia Dias - Portugal

DB.60 - Illness behaviour and health needs in migrants characterised by low satisfaction with healthcare
Birgit Reime - Germany

DB.61 - Asylum seekers’ healthcare in Italy: policies and practices among different regions
Chiara Milani - Italy

DB.62 - Self-help as a relief strategy for Turkish family caregiver of people with dementia? A Scoping Review
Ilknur Özer Erdogdu - Germany

DB.63 - How to improve the medical check-up of migrants at entry points
Frédérique Thonon - France

DB.64 - Unmet needs for contraception among Somali immigrant women
Abdi Gele - Norway


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DC - Digital health
DC.1 - Digital marketing in healthcare
Miljenko Grbic - Croatia

DC.2 - Patient information ownership in the age of digital health and big data
Martin Mirchev - Bulgaria

DC.3 - Infographic as a form of communication in public health
Lovela Machala Poplašen - Croatia

DC.4 - The meaningfulness of open data in Public Health and Healthcare
Joao Pita Costa - Slovenia

DC.5 - Use of social media in public and private hospitals in Italy: preliminary results
Umberto Gelatti - Italy

DC.6 - Connecting Older Adults and Their Families through Social Technology
Janina Mueller - Austria

DC.7 - StopBlues: a French e-health device to prevent suicide in the general population
Anaïs Le jeannic - France

DC.8 - Role of Social Media in vaccination debate about HPV: the VAC Medi+Board study
Dan Artus - United Kingdom

DC.9 - ZIKA: improved surveillance and forecast of Zika virus in Brazil
Patty Kostkova - United Kingdom

DC.10 - The use of E-sexual health as a way of lowering help-seeking barriers for sexual dysfunctions
Claudia Van Der Heijde - Netherlands

DC.11 - AntiCoagulation Help App for SurgERy: CHASER Project
Joanna Zembala-John - Poland

DC.12 - Healthcare digital services in Italy: good practices across Regions
Elisa Guidotti - Italy

DC.13 - Understanding non-compliance with surgical antibiotic prophylaxis prescribing guidance, in Nigeria
Caroline Wood - United Kingdom

DC.14 - eHealth Literacy and Fertility – managing complex information in a digital environment
Susie Sykes - United Kingdom

DC.15 - Cities engaging in mental health promotion programs using mHealth technologies
Kathleen Turmaine - France

DC.16 - Artificial Intelligence-based tools to control healthcare associated infections: where do we stand
Anna Odone - Italy

DC.19 - Addressing equity in eHealth interventions for healthcare system users & patients, literature review
Viviane Ramel - France

DC.20 - Identifying latent needs in elderly digital literacy: the PROADAS study
Maria Prodromou - Cyprus

DC.21 - Social capital and social networks
Elisabetta Corvo - United Kingdom


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DD - European and global health
DD.1 - Promoting healthy sustainable societies through a circular analytical dialogue method
Stéphanie Paillard Borg - Sweden

DD.2 - Primary care providers’ beliefs and practices on colorectal cancer screening in Kuwait.
Eleni Tolma - Kuwait

DD.3 - Women political empowerment and child health: an empirical analysis, 1990-2016
Elodie Besnier - Norway

DD.4 - Is the French Emergency Medical Service System duplicable in developing countries?
Helene Rossinot - France

DD.5 - How aligned are the WHO European Region policy documents to the Sustainable Development Goals?
Katya Andrea Nogales Crespo - Portugal

DD.6 - Physical activity and self-perceived health of women in the Province of Vojvodina
Dragana Milijasevic - Serbia

DD.7 - High-throughput profiling of health-associated political, economic, commercial and social factors.
José Luis Sandoval - Switzerland

DD.8 - A practical guide to make the case for sustainable investment in well-being and health
Mariana Dyakova - United Kingdom

DD.9 - Factors associated with activity limitation: are the risk patterns the same across Europe?
Elena Von Der Lippe - Germany

DD.10 - European Public Health Master program – public health support worldwide
Ewa Kocot - Poland

DD.11 - From deliberative dialogue to impact: envisioning kmowledge translation
Robert Borst - Netherlands

DD.12 - The role of micro-insurance in the field of public health
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

DD.13 - Citizens’ perspectives on genomic sciences and direct-to-consumer genetic tests: systematic reviews
Ilda Hoxhaj - Italy

DD.14 - Use of personal protective equipment among farmers in Nebraska, Lithuania, Latvia, and Slovenia
Chandran Achutan - United States

DD.15 - Bridging the Atlantic Projects: nursing students learning to work globally with vulnerable groups
Maryellen Brisbois - United States

DD.16 - Scale-up integrated care for diabetes and hypertension in Cambodia, Slovenia and Belgium
Kerstin Klipstein-Grobusch - Netherlands

DD.17 - Difficulties in Life affected by Job Lost after the Great East Japan Earthquake
Yoko Tsuchiya - Japan

DD.18 - Strategies and measurement for global health governance assessment: a 5-years mixed review
Gianfranco Damiani - Italy

DD.19 - Acceptability and utilization of evidence for decision-making: helminth control, sub-Saharan Africa
Georgina Pearson - United Kingdom

DD.20 - Implementation research to evaluate an educational intervention for people who inject drugs
Salim Mezaache - France

DD.21 - Identifying the relative importance of health care barriers for persons with disabilities in Malawi
Thomas Halvorsen - Norway


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DE - Maternal, child and adolescent public health
DE.1 - Stress perceived by pregnant and decision-making factors of maternal caesarean section request
Sébastien Riquet - France

DE.2 - Induced abortions in Estonia, 1992-2017: registry-based study
Piret Veerus - Estonia

DE.3 - The impact of social media misused and behavior problems among adolescent in Thailand
Punnita O-ium - Thailand

DE.4 - Screenings for children: international programmes & recommendations from evidence-based guidelines
Roman Winkler - Austria

DE.5 - Perceptions of youth healthcare professionals of the concept Positive Health in the Netherlands
Cindy De Bot - Netherlands

DE.7 - Collaboration between midwives and dietitians in improving dietary intake of low SES women
Annemarie Wagemakers - Netherlands

DE.8 - Assessment of Adolescent and Youth Friendly Health Services in Sri Lanka using WHO’s ‘4S’ Framework
Nuwan Wickramasinghe - Sri Lanka

DE.9 - School Health Programme in Sri Lanka: Assessment using WHO’s ‘4S’ Framework
Nuwan Wickramasinghe - Sri Lanka

DE.10 - Determinants of health and cancer: investigating conceptions of children aged 6 to 11
Maéliane Deyra - France

DE.11 - eDelphi survey to shape the content of a digital resource to enhance parental health literacy
Ourania Kolokotroni - Cyprus

DE.12 - Smoking and substance abuse prevalence in adolescents in a city of Turkey
Erkan Pehlivan - Turkey

DE.13 - The effect of Women's decision-making autonomy on family Planning acces in Senegal in 2017
Ndeye Mareme Sougou - Senegal

DE.14 - Association of maternal developmental disorder traits with child maltreatment
Takeo Fujiwara - Japan

DE.15 - Maternal health care for refugee women in Germany: A qualitative approach on the interaction level
Anne Kasper - Germany

DE.16 - “Shared learning in action” - model of early prevention program on drug abuse in primary schools
Anđelka Grujičić - Serbia

DE.17 - Prevalance of Using Cigarette,Alcohol,Substance Among High School Students and Factors Affected Them
Ali Ozer - Turkey

DE.18 - Indications and practices of Cesarean Sections in a French region – The Robson classification
Emeline Laurent - France

DE.19 - One-year activity of a “Casa de Espera” (Maternity Waiting Home) in the south of Angola
Mattia Fattorini - Italy

DE.20 - Finding alternative roles for Traditional Birth Attendants: an experience from the south of Angola
Mattia Fattorini - Italy

DE.21 - Abortion among French students: result of a 15 years follow-up in a French university
Laurent Gerbaud - France

DE.22 - Direct and the Indirect Determinants of Weight-Control Behaviours among Adolescents
Aviad Tur-Sinai - Israel

DE.23 - Cancer education support project: Spread of cancer education in Japan based on web search
Kayoko Katayama - Japan

DE.24 - Health related behaviours of secondary students living in dormitory in Hungary
Petra Skerlecz - Hungary

DE.25 - Teenage mothers: a long-term view on their well-being
Amke van Tintelen - Netherlands

DE.26 - Caesarean Delivery Rates in Birth Centres: confrontation using Robson Classification
Margherita Napolitani - Italy

DE.27 - Cesarean delivery and its social determinants in women of childbearing age:analysis of Benin's DHS
Yolaine Glele Ahanhanzo - Benin

DE.28 - Pregnancy warning labels on alcohol packaging: results of an exploratory study
Ana Millot - France

DE.29 - Cosmetics and pregnancy : perception of health risk by health professionals and pregnant women
MP Sauvant-Rochat - France

DE.30 - Evaluation of the oral health of pregnant women in prenatal consultations in Côte d'Ivoire.
Guanga David Meless - Cote d'Ivoire

DE.31 - Health Education as a Tool for Sexual Health and Sexuality of Brazilian Adolescents
Alberone Sales - Brazil

DE.32 - Antenatal care initiation in an ethnically dense socially disadvantaged maternal cohort
Shuby Puthussery - United Kingdom

DE.34 - Sequence of cigarette and e-cigarette initiations and daily smoking in adolescents (HBSC 2018)
Maud Dujeu - Belgium

DE.35 - Adolescent health literacy in 3 European cities and its association with smoking and smoking beliefs
Pirjo Lindfors - Finland

DE.36 - Socio-demographic and lifestyle determinants of the micronutrients status during pregnancy
Kinga Polanska - Poland

DE.37 - Participatory research in the field of early childhood interventions - how can this be achieved?
Marion Weigl - Austria

DE.38 - The role of health literacy in explaining regional health differences among adolescents
Nina Simonsen - Finland

DE.39 - Adolescents' use of an online question-answer service to gain health knowledge
Eva Lassemo - Norway

DE.40 - Abriendo Futuros: An empowerment program for indigenous adolescent girls in Yucatán, Mexico.
Silvana Larrea - Mexico

DE.41 - Barriers and enablers for practicing kangaroo mother care (KMC) in rural Sindh, Pakistan
Mohammad Shah - United States

DE.42 - How adolescents use an online question-answer (QA) service to address their mental issues
Kari Sand - Norway

DE.43 - The role of maternal psychological control and pressure on body image in a child´s drive for thinness
Lucia Hricova - Slovakia

DE.44 - Employment and health of working parents: a joint effort to uncover hidden treasures in birth cohorts
Ute Bültmann - Netherlands

DE.45 - How early childhood services address health inequalities and child wellbeing in France
Marie-Renée Guevel - France

DE.46 - Effect of the delivery type in satisfaction with the hospital care for childbirth in Brazil
Dayana Costa - Brazil

DE.47 - Maternal characteristics in childhood and smoking at age of 15: Findings from the Czech Republic
Jitka Pikhartova - United Kingdom

DE.48 - Supporting child development to reduce child health inequalities in Belgium: a realist evaluation.
Manon Beauvarlet - Belgium

DE.49 - Long-term effect of long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in infant formula on ‎cognitive ability
Maximiliane Verfuerden - United Kingdom

DE.50 - Sickness absence and disability pension in relation to first childbirth: three cohorts in Sweden
Krisztina Laszlo - Sweden

DE.51 - Factors associated with the use of non-pharmacological analgesia for labor pain management
Jade Merrer - France

DE.52 - Vaccination of classmates for an immunosuppressed child’s protection in a school in the LHA Roma 1
Emanuela Maria Frisicale - Italy

DE.53 - Health and well-being of parents with 4-year-old children – a nationwide study in 2018 in Finland
Reija Klemetti - Finland

DE.54 - Umbilical cord care through community-based distribution of chlorhexidine in rural Sindh, Pakistan
Mohammad Shah - United States

DE.55 - A vaccination campaign in a Roma community in Rome: an experience of the Local Health Autority Roma1
Emanuela Maria Frisicale - Italy

DE.56 - Sexual behaviour and attitudes among university students in Zagreb
Marjeta Majer - Croatia

DE.57 - How do male students perceive their role in contraception and the protection against STDs?
Claudia Van Der Heijde - Netherlands

DE.58 - What are the determinants of body image distortion and dissatisfaction among Tunisian teenagers?
Houda Ben Ayed - Tunisia

DE.59 - External resources of resilience in association with the alcohol use among early adolescents
Lenka Abrinková - Slovakia

DE.60 - Childhood life events and disturbed eating behaviors in a population-based cohort in the Netherlands
Robin Thomas - Italy

DE.61 - Raising young people’s awareness on sexual and reproductive health issues
Maria Papadakaki - Greece

DE.62 - Is school furniture design a contributing factor to low back pain in adolescents?
Houda Ben Ayed - Tunisia

DE.63 - Prevalence of Italian children living in food insecure households and their health status
Drieda Zace - Italy

DE.64 - Weight Control Practices in Turkish Adolescents and Factors Related with Over- Weight and Obesity
Ayse Ergun - Turkey

DE.65 - Risk factors of pregnancy morbidity in migrant women from Subsaharan Africa
Holy Bezanahary - France

DE.66 - Features of establishment of early lactation in women who gave birth after in vitro fertilization
Artyom Gil - Russia

DE.68 - Association between maternal factors and appropriate medication for nursery school children in Japan
Natsuyo Yanagi - Japan

DE.69 - Screening for celiac disease in school aged children in Croatia
Tatjana Petricevic-Vidovic - Croatia

DE.70 - The importance of relationships in adolescent risk behaviour prevention
Monique Lhussier - United Kingdom

DE.71 - Identifying binge-eating disorders in obese young people living in vulnerable areas of Marseille
Severine Pinto - France

DE.72 - Improving maternal healthcare in Georgia
Natia Skhvitaridze - Georgia

DE.73 - Social deprivation and adverse perinatal outcomes in France: national study of preterm and SGA birth
Nolwenn Regnault - France

DE.74 - Environmental Health: Knowledge and Practice of Perinatal Health Professionals in Southern France
Claire Sunyach - France

DE.75 - Surveillance of transient congenital hypothyroidism using the French newborn screening programme
Nolwenn Regnault - France

DE.76 - Cost-effectiveness of mental health promotion and prevention for young people: a systematic review
Masja Schmidt - Belgium

DE.77 - VBAC or not VBAC? Improvement of performance and outcome indexes with the promotion of care safety
Sergio Parrocchia - Italy

DE.78 - Maternal admissions to Intensive Care Units in France: trends in rates, causes and severity
Nolwenn Regnault - France

DE.79 - A French network for prevention and reduction of reproductive risk in couples and pregnant women
Claire Sunyach - France

DE.80 - Parental Education, Health Literacy and Children’s Height in Adult Life
Alexi Gugushvili - United Kingdom

DE.81 - First national results of the evaluation of the neonatal hearing loss screening programme in France.
Nolwenn Regnault - France

DE.82 - Potential effective elements in combined lifestyle interventions for overweight children.
Jenneke Saat - Netherlands

DE.83 - Women’s experiences with labor companionship in public facilities in Arab countries
Tamar Kabakian-Khasholian - Lebanon

DE.85 - Trends in physical activity and overweight among adolescents and their parents in Russian population
Diana Denisova - Russia

DE.86 - School bullying among Tunisian adolescents: prevalence and psychosocial outcomes
Jihene Sahli - Tunisia

DE.87 - Parents’ evaluation of early home visit by midwife
Ragnhild Sollesnes - Norway

DE.88 - Analysis of coordinating capacities in schools of grades 10 and 11 in a public school of Bogotá.
Natalia Stephany Morales Eraso - Colombia

DE.89 - Infant mortality rates in the territories adjacent to the former Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site
Yuliya Semenova - Kazakhstan


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DF - Chronic diseases
DF. - Diabetes in Israel- do all patients receive equal care?
Ronit Calderon-Margalit - Israel

DF.1 - Association between leisure-time physical activity and the risk of chronic diseases
Audrius Dedele - Lithuania

DF.2 - Using 'White Flags' to categorize socio-cultural aspects in chronic pain
Claudia Winkelmann - Germany

DF.4 - Teaching Program for laymen and experts for neighborhood-based offers to elderly people living alone
Claudia Winkelmann - Germany

DF.5 - Beyond the diabetes epidemic – a public health challenge
Sarah Cuschieri - Malta

DF.6 - Lifestyle related risk factors of coronary artery disease patients in Nepal
Pramila Gaudel - Finland

DF.7 - Positive health as a new concept for physiotherapy in the Netherlands?
Cindy De Bot - Netherlands

DF.8 - Unsatisfactory effectiveness of preventive programs for oncogynecological diseases in Bulgaria
Stela Georgieva - Bulgaria

DF.9 - Type2 diabetes:changing patterns of use of antidiabetic drugs 8 years after starting treatment(snds)
Anne-Sophie Aguadé - France

DF.10 - Dynamics of the occupational respiratory diseases in Bulgaria in the period 2009-2016
Karolina Lyubomirova - Bulgaria

DF.11 - Prevention of chronic diseases in family medicine in Croatia
Maja Maric-Bajs - Croatia

DF.12 - Mortality trends for multiple sclerosis in Italy
Francesco Gori - Italy

DF.13 - Maternal perceptions of paediatric cancer and diabetes in Cameroon
André Wamba - Cameroon

DF.14 - From the experience of planning a life with diabetes to the mechanisms of the management of illness
Matchika Megaptché Mathilde - Cameroon

DF.15 - Preventive actions for the gradual reduction of excessive salt intake and its monitoring in Italy
Luigi Palmieri - Italy

DF.16 - Predicting musculoskeletal disorders risk using tree-based ensemble methods
Pierre Michel - France

DF.17 - Mortality inequalities from major causes of death in Lithuania by education during 2001-2014
O Meščeriakova-Veliulienė - Lithuania

DF.18 - Prevalence of multiple sclerosis in the South of Italy based on healthcare administrative data
Raffaele Palladino - United Kingdom

DF.19 - Improving participation of detained men in organised screening of colorectal cancer in Toulon.
Mélanie Porte - France

DF.20 - Elevated fatty liver index as a risk factor for all-cause mortality in HIV-HCV co-infected patients
Tangui Barré - France

DF.21 - Ketoacidosis admission rate in type 2 diabetes mellitus patients from 2006 to 2015 in Abruzzo, Italy
Francesca Meo - Italy

DF.22 - Management of COPD in Anhui Province: compliance with GOLD guidelines
Shizhen He - Sweden

DF.23 - Geographic disparities in bladder cancer incidence among men in the department of Bouches-du-Rhône
Laurence Pascal - France

DF.24 - The analytic hierarchy process as a holistic model for the assessment of dialysis centres
Magdalena Barbara Kaziuk - Poland

DF.25 - Nutritional and Rehabilitation goals in Acquired Brain Injury patients: a new decannulation protocol
Matteo d'Angelo - Italy

DF.26 - Health Literacy Profile and educational intervention as a prevention action for Type2 Diabetes
B Sabeena Dowlut - Mauritius

DF.27 - Network of Vascular Centers in the Russian as a way to reducing mortality in the working population
Aleksandr Zubko - Russia

DF.28 - Prognostic value of the Diverticular Inflammation and Complication Assessment (DICA) classification
Gabriella Nasi - Italy

DF.29 - Improving chronic diseases management using Learning from Excellence (LfE) model
Alice Borghini - Italy

DF.30 - Factors associated with patient activation in a Turkish population with diabetes and/or hypertension
Sibel Sakarya - Turkey

DF.32 - Assessment of quality of life in elderly with aortic stenosis after TAVI
Joanna Zembala-John - Poland

DF.33 - Participatory approach in developing the long-term care strategy in Slovakia
Zuzana Katreniakova - Slovakia

DF.34 - Rising prevalence of diabetes: evidence from the national registry in North Macedonia
Aleksandra Stamenova - Republic of North Macedonia

DF.35 - Clustering & trajectories of multimorbidity across the lifecourse: a 70 year birth cohort study
Amal Khanolkar - United Kingdom

DF.36 - Leadership and chronic diseases: a bibliometric review
Miguel José Cabral de Pinho - Portugal

DF.37 - Evaluating the effectiveness of a screening program for cardiovascular diseases in Kazakhstan
Vitaliy Koikov - Kazakhstan

DF.38 - Metabolic complications of obesity
Ramla Mizouri - Tunisia

DF.39 - Validation of a national algorithm for diabetes screening
Maria Prodromou - Cyprus

DF.40 - Breast Cancer burden in Tunisia: situation in 2017 and projections by 2030
Amal Cherif - Tunisia

DF.41 - Current and future burden of prostate cancer in Tunisia projections to 2030
Amal Cherif - Tunisia

DF.42 - Lung Cancer burden of disease in The Northern Tunisia
Amal Cherif - Tunisia


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DG - Environment, climate and health / Urban health
DG.1 - Organizing the institutional Public Health response to heat under climate change: A scoping review
Melanie Boeckmann - Germany

DG.2 - Environment and Health: Official knowledge and lay response.
Phil Elliott - United Kingdom

DG.3 - Citizens’ perceptions of the health-related neighbourhood environment in Limassol, Cyprus.
Nicos Middleton - Cyprus

DG.4 - “Is anyone walking in our neighborhoods?”: Citizens’ experience of the neighbourhood environment
Nicos Middleton - Cyprus

DG.5 - Identifying barriers to organizational health literacy in public health departments in Germany
Anika Mehlis - Germany

DG.6 - Associations of environmental variables with different types of stroke
Vidmantas Vaiciulis - Lithuania

DG.7 - Socioeconomic inequalities in cognitive performance among early ageing people: The Constances cohort
Noémie Letellier - France

DG.8 - Social cohesion as a mechanism behind neighbourhood effects on mental or physical health
Odile Sauzet - Germany

DG.9 - An ego-centred approach for the evaluation of health inequalities in urban areas
Odile Sauzet - Germany

DG.10 - High resolution data to estimate effects of pollution and temperatures in Italy: The BEEP project
Achille Cernigliaro - Italy

DG.11 - Cancer incidence in the vicinity of a waste incineration plant in the Nice area between 2005-2014.
Eugènia Mariné Barjoan - France

DG.12 - Implementation of a nationwide Waterborne disease outbreak surveillance system in France
Stéphanie Rivière - France

DG.13 - Arsenic metabolism and urothelial cancer risk: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Giuseppe Di Martino - Italy

DG.15 - Assessing the use and understanding of the Portuguese Heat–Health Warning System (ÍCARO)
Andreia Leite - Portugal

DG.16 - Environmental health risks perceptions: results from cross-sectional surveys in Southeastern France
Aurélie Bocquier - France

DG.17 - A mobile device to reduce airborne particulate and prevent surgical site infections
Giulio Alberto Carta - Italy

DG.18 - Association between heat waves and number of deaths for old-age in slovenia, from 2013 to 2017
Simona Percic - Slovenia

DG.19 - Towards a better integration of health in urban development project: from theory to action
Anne Roué-Le Gall - France

DG.20 - Evaluation of quality of life in the population of Ust-Kamenogorsk exposed to industrial pollution.
Lyudmila Pivina - Kazakhstan

DG.21 - Evaluating implementation of an Heat-health action plan during 2018 heatwave in Amadora, Portugal
Andreia Leite - Portugal

DG.23 - Neighborhood environment and physical activity among rural Japanese older adults
Kenta Okuyama - Japan

DG.24 - Hillwalking and walk leading motivations, perceived benefits and the role of natural environment.
Nora Morocza - United Kingdom

DG.25 - Environmental noise levels and noise annoyance in Novi Sad, 2012-2016
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

DG.26 - Bridging worlds: community led visual methods amidst climate change related disasters in Australia
Colin Macdougall - Australia

DG.27 - Facing climate change challenges: the Italian Public Health Residents response
Marco Righini - Italy

DG.28 - Healthier breath for all and everywhere – Urban air quality monitoring experience
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

DG.29 - Occupational exposure assessment to per and trichloroethylene in dry cleaning in Sfax city (Tunisia)
Fatma Omrane - Tunisia

DG.30 - Effect of outdoor air pollution on respiratory deseases in the District of Tunis
Aicha Lahchaichi - Tunisia


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DH - Food, nutrition and diet
DH.1 - Do we practice what we preach? Assessing the food environment in Malta’s only state hospital
Sarah Cuschieri - Malta

DH.2 - Evaluation of Norovirus contamination in bivalve molluscs harvested from Northern Adriatic Sea, Italy
Stefania Barbieri - Italy

DH.3 - Visual information on labels in commercial baby foods on Bulgarian market
Lalka Rangelova - Bulgaria

DH.4 - Situations in which mothers experience difficulty stimulating healthy EBRB in school-aged children
Emilie Ruiter - Netherlands

DH.5 - A set of pedagogical recommendations for improving the integrated approach to childhood obesity
Emilie Ruiter - Netherlands

DH.6 - The impact of joining the Eurozone on nutrition habits in Lithuania
Rimantas Stukas - Lithuania

DH.7 - Attitudes, norms and behaviors enhancing unhealthy food choices of high school students in Armenia
Lusine Aslanyan - Armenia

DH.8 - Food “from the Outside” and Correct Nutrition for Outpatients
Aviad Tur-Sinai - Israel

DH.9 - Evaluation of growth monitoring activity in Yopougon-Est Health District (Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire)
Francke-Lina Siagbé Gbogbo - Egypt

DH.10 - Impacts of post-Brexit agricultural policy on fruit and vegetable intake and cardiovascular disease
Paraskevi Seferidi - United Kingdom

DH.11 - Integrated veterinary-medical activity on characterization of shigatoxin producing Escherichia coli
Guido Finazzi - Italy

DH.12 - Effect of lifestyle on blood pressure in Portuguese population under antihypertensive drugs
Mario Rui Salvador - Portugal

DH.13 - Visual food diary - peer support and better diet quality
Taija Puranen - Finland

DH.14 - Evaluation, recommendation and implementation of the local hospital catering system
Giulio Barocco - Italy

DH.15 - Integrated guide for public procurement and private contracts of collective catering system and SDGs
Giulio Barocco - Italy

DH.17 - An Investigation of Family Nutrition and Physical Activity and Affecting Factors in Primary Schools
Ezgi Hasret Kozan - Turkey

DH.18 - Customer satisfaction survey in Friuli Venezia Giulia university canteens
Marco Righini - Italy

DH.19 - Main sources of information on nutrition of various socio-economic groups
Žymantas Žandaras - Lithuania

DH.20 - Determination of Orthorexia Nervosa Symptoms and Eating Attitudes in Medicine Students
Ali Ozer - Turkey

DH.21 - Early feeding profiles based on breastfeeding, infant formula and introduction of solid foods
Hélène Amazouz - France

DH.22 - Background characteristics of meat consumption exceeding the Finnish Dietary Guidelines in 2000-2017
Elviira Lehto - Finland

DH.23 - Drinking water quality: results from the data analysis in Lombardy region
Samuele Rivolta - Italy

DH.24 - Breastfeeding knowledge and attitudes of young people
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

DH.25 - Risk assessment of Portuguese population to multiple mycotoxins: the human biomonitoring approach
Carla Martins - Portugal

DH.26 - Burden of disease attributable to exposure to aflatoxins in Portugal using Human biomonitoring data
Carla Martins - Portugal

DH.27 - Dietary polyphenol intake and socioeconomic status in adult russian/siberian population
Irina Berezovikova - Russia

DH.28 - Estimating the burden of disease of exposure to chemical contaminants in food in Denmark
Lea Sletting Jakobsen - Denmark

DH.29 - Food insecurity and social determinants of students’ low adherence to the Mediterranean diet
Thomas Tsiampalis - Greece


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DI - Health assessments: impact, technology
DI.1 - Evaluation of the effects of health impact assessment (hia) practice in monteregie
Kareen Nour - Canada

DI.2 - Nursing community 2.0: a method to promote online collaborative learning
Roberta Arnone - Italy

DI.3 - Identification of a strategy for disinvestment in the Italian National Health Service (NHS)
Chiara Cadeddu - Italy

DI.4 - Knowledge and Attitude towards the Gradual Reduction of Salt in Bread – an Online Survey
Alexandra Costa - Portugal

DI.5 - Cost-effectiveness analysis of low-dose computed tomography screening for lung cancer in Hungary
Zoltan Voko - Hungary

DI.6 - Digital technology interventions to reduce loneliness in adults: a systematic review
S G Sarwar Shah - United Kingdom

DI.7 - The psychometric properties of a short version of the General Self-Efficacy Scale: A Rasch analysis
Anne Mari Steigen - Norway

DI.8 - Unexpected effect of smoking/drinking cessation among computed tomography lung screening consumers
Cheng-Che Chen - Taiwan

DI.9 - The Villeneuve renovation program Health Impact Assessment
Lucie Anzivino - France

DI.10 - Breast Cancer Screening (BCS) by Mammography Tomosynthesis
Maria Filomena Correia - Portugal

DI.11 - Evaluation of the Health impact assessment (HIA) deployment process in a French region
Francoise Jabot - France

DI.12 - Different designs of additional payments for new technologies: The approach of Germany and the USA
Cornelia Henschke - Germany

DI.13 - Quantitative Health Impact Assessment Methodology for Societal Initiatives: A Scoping Review
Laurens Reumers - Netherlands

DI.14 - Hospital contextual factors affecting the use of health technologies: a systematic review.
Adriano Grossi - Italy


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DK - Health at work, Social security
DK.1 - Usefulness of the results of a surveillance program for uncompensated work-related diseases in France
Maëlle Robert - France

DK.2 - Emotional demands at work and risk of depressive disorder: A nationwide Danish cohort study
Ida E. h. Madsen - Denmark

DK.3 - Cardiovascular and respiratory diseases and neoplasms in seafarers and farmers in Denmark
Kimmo Herttua - Denmark

DK.4 - Social validity for work ability assessments and official decisions – clients' experiences
Elin Karlsson - Sweden

DK.5 - Longitudinal analysis of work-family conflict and self-rated health among working parents in Germany
Lea-Sophie Borgmann - Germany

DK.6 - Work-related diseases in temporary workers in France between 2009 and 2014
Stéphanie Rivière - France

DK.7 - High mortality in manual occupations and the role of alcohol in 2001-2015 in Finland
Hanna Rinne - Finland

DK.8 - Effects of sickness absence on disability pension risk: Finnish register study of two native groups
Kaarina Reini - Finland

DK.9 - Individual- and company level determinants of vocational rehabilitation: a multilevel study
Mikko Laaksonen - Finland

DK.10 - Physicians’ use of information from sickness certification guidelines: A nationwide Swedish survey
Veronica Svärd - Sweden

DK.11 - Determinants of managerial preventive actions in relation to common mental disorders at work
Iris van de Voort - Netherlands

DK.12 - Gender differences in managers’ attitudes toward depressed employees: a cross-sectional study
Ilaria Mangerini - Sweden

DK.13 - Occupational diseases in self-employed workers in France
François Latil - France

DK.14 - Manager perspectives on workers’ return to work after cancer treatment
Steffen Torp - Norway

DK.15 - Topic modeling to mind illegal compensation for occupational injuries
Sung-Hee Song - Korea, South

DK.16 - Work capacity assessments – reviewing the what and how of physicians’ clinical practice
Paula Nordling - Sweden

DK.17 - The effects of skill-based team learning curriculum in workplace violence prevention for nurses
Min-Chien Tsai - Taiwan

DK.18 - Psychosocial working conditions and future sick leave and disability pension trajectories in Sweden
Laura Salonen - Finland

DK.19 - Approach for Compensation System of Asbestos-Related Lung Cancer
Yuka Nishina - France

DK.20 - Health perception, health risks and healthy lifestyle behaviours of road construction workers
Hasibe Kadioglu - Turkey

DK.21 - Predicting occupational exposure to trace metals from welding by non-air monitoring based models
Fatma Omrane - Tunisia

DK.22 - An investigation of putative exposure of staff to novel psychoactive substances in a prison
Kate Mark - United Kingdom

DK.23 - Life style habits of truck drivers in France.
Virginie Bourdin - France

DK.24 - Lung cancer screening by low-dose CT among asbestos-exposed workers: first results of a pilot program
Jan Heidrich - Germany

DK.25 - The barriers of workplace safety and health management: from the supervisor’s perspective
Min-Chien Tsai - Taiwan

DK.26 - Sexual harassment at work: Design of a new questionnaire to measure sexual harassment
Maj Britt Dahl Nielsen - Estonia

DK.27 - Two step cluster analysis of burnout among preschool teachers
Jovana Todorovic - Serbia

DK.28 - Occupational Eye Trauma : a major public health issue in Rabat, Morocco.
Yassine El Harrak - Morocco

DK.29 - Diurnal rhythms of cortisol and melatonin in night eating and non-night eating male police officers
Jeppe Karl Sørensen - Denmark

DK.30 - Attitudes of Polish employers towards smoking/e-cigarette use in workplaces.
Grzegorz Juszczyk - Poland

DK.31 - A taxonomy of mechanisms underpinning the impact of welfare rights advice on health
Monique Lhussier - United Kingdom

DK.32 - Setting the agenda for further research on health and welfare
Monique Lhussier - United Kingdom

DK.33 - Trajectories of musculoskeletal pain among midlife employees
Subas Neupane - Finland


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DL - Health services research
DL.1 - Direct access physiotherapy for patients with musculoskeletal disorders: a systematic review
Aurelie Bourmaud - France

DL.2 - Mapping, guiding, and assessing social prescription services in the UK
Kerryn Husk - United Kingdom

DL.3 - Developing a Patient Advocacy Scale for Nurses
Ezgi Sermet - Turkey

DL.4 - Infrequent patient-physician conversations about sexual health at an Austrian university hospital
Nikola Komlenac - Austria

DL.5 - The risk of emergency department visits in adults living in rural France.
Gregoire Mercier - France

DL.6 - Health benefits through prevention: there is still a lot to be gained
Paul Van Gils - Netherlands

DL.7 - Societal Expenditure on Prevention
Paul Van Gils - Netherlands

DL.8 - Used and foregone of primary care in French university students
Marie-Pierre Tavolacci - France

DL.9 - Evaluation designs of outpatient health centres focusing on vulnerable patient groups
Roman Winkler - Austria

DL.10 - Healthcare providers’ perceptions of difficulties related to frequent users of emergency departments
Véronique S Grazioli - Switzerland

DL.11 - Is there an association between social determinants and care dependency risk?
Susanne Schnitzer - Germany

DL.12 - Hospitalization patterns of uninsured as base for services and health need assessment
Silvia Florescu - Romania

DL.13 - The experience of patients and family caregivers during Hospital-at-Home in France
Helene Rossinot - France

DL.14 - Clinical characteristics, care professionals’ intervention for elderly patients in hospital at home
Matthieu de Stampa - France

DL.16 - Effectiveness of participatory interventions in improving clinical coordination in Latin America
M Luisa Vázquez Navarrete - Spain

DL.17 - Associated factors to the perception of clinical coordination in the Catalan national health system
M Luisa Vázquez Navarrete - Spain

DL.18 - Geographical accessibility to permanent care centers of family doctors from Bihor County, Romania
Dorel Petru Tirt - Romania

DL.19 - Healthcare Use in Multimorbidity Patients
Guilherme Quinaz Romana - Portugal

DL.20 - Hospital volume and five-year survival after cancer surgery in 2007-2011 in Osaka, Japan
Sumiyo Okawa - Japan

DL.21 - Research Management Committee as strategic device for Implementation Research
Carlos Alberto dos Santos Treichel - Brazil

DL.22 - Improving inmates in Norwegian prisons' oral health
Kjersti Evensen - Norway

DL.23 - Improving diabetes care through educational intervention in primary care in rural China
Shaofan Chen - Sweden

DL.24 - Implementing treatment guidelines for ambulance services in a low- and middle income setting
Henrik Carlsson - Sweden

DL.25 - Two-year supervised tooth brushing program evaluation in preschools in Southern Israel
Dan Dekel - Israel

DL.26 - Public Health Nurse and interprofessional collaboration related to adolescent mental health problems
Marie Granrud - Norway

DL.27 - The assessment of the functionality of public health specialists’ activities in schools
Jurgita Vladickiene - Lithuania

DL.28 - Are general practitioners willing to deprescribe in oldest-old patients with polypharmacy?
Katharina Tabea Jungo - Switzerland

DL.29 - How to engage French professionals to undertake social responsibility at a local level?
Sylvain Gautier - France

DL.30 - Impact of an intervention to activate unemployed people on the use of primary health care services
Pia Hakamäki - Finland

DL.31 - Can clinical coordination be improved through Participatory Action Research (PAR) interventions?
M Luisa Vázquez Navarrete - Spain

DL.32 - intervention on knowledge and perception of hand hygiene among healthcare workers
Asma Ben Cheikh - Tunisia

DL.33 - Assessment of unmet needs and barriers to end-of-life care provision in Kazakhstan
Lyazzat Toleubekova - Kazakhstan

DL.34 - Does case management provides support for staff facing frequent users of emergency departments?
Michael von Allmen - Switzerland

DL.35 - Future Physicians and Cosmetic Medical Interventions
Nesrin Cilingiroglu - Turkey

DL.36 - Evaluation of minimum standards for communal catering in Styrian nursing homes
Christina Lampl - Austria

DL.37 - Waiting times in cardiology and quality of care: analysis of performances in an Italian hospital
Elena Olivero - Italy

DL.38 - Using routine data to benchmark quality and outcomes of diabetes care in the EU HEALTHPROS project
Fabrizio Carinci - United Kingdom

DL.39 - Accessibility of early diagnostics for children with a developmental disorder in Flanders, Belgium
Eva Cloet - Belgium

DL.40 - Mergers of primary care organizations: a systematic review of the literature
Domenico Pascucci - Italy

DL.41 - Keeping up with the codes; accounting for quality in cancer patient pathways (CPPs) in Norway
Erna Håland - Norway

DL.42 - Nursing processes analysis in district hospital in Lithuania
Jurgita Vladickiene - Lithuania

DL.43 - Reasons for cervical cancer screening participation among Turkish- and Moroccan-Dutch: focus groups
Eline Marchena - Netherlands

DL.44 - Waiting times for diagnosis and surgery in a large obstetric-gynecological hospital in Italy
Fabrizio Bert - Italy

DL.47 - Inequalities in the utilisation of primary and specialist physicians in Europe - a systematic review
Sara Lena Lueckmann - Germany

DL.48 - Compliance with smoke-free policy at tuberculosis facilities in Armenia: a mixed-methods study
Zaruhi Grigoryan - Armenia

DL.49 - A qualitative study on cancer patients´ experiences with financial burden and financial distress
Sara Lena Lueckmann - Germany

DL.50 - Genetic services for Hereditary Cancer: a systematic review of Patient Reported Outcomes studies.
Erica Pitini - Italy

DL.51 - Paying attention to personnel in organizational changes: the impact of hospital mergers
Leuconoe Grazia Sisti - Italy

DL.52 - Obstetrical complications treated in the maternities of the region of Sousse (Tunisia).
Jihene Sahli - Tunisia

DL.53 - Time trends of primary care quality across Portuguese regions: using prevention quality indicators
João Vasco Santos - Portugal

DL.54 - Missing hospital discharge consultation and patients’ self-reported treatment success and wellbeing
Henna Riemenschneider - Germany

DL.55 - Barriers to patient-oriented care from patients' perspective of the German health care system
Kathrin Gödde - Germany


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DM - Health systems and economics
DM.1 - Individual Versus Area Level Social Risk Measurement in the General French Population
Gregoire Mercier - France

DM.2 - The economic burden of NCDs due to low fruit and vegetables consumption in the Russia in 2016
Dinara Mukaneeva - Russia

DM.4 - Demographic forecasting of population projection in Greece: A Bayesian probabilistic study
Demetris Lamnisos - Cyprus

DM.5 - Availability and drug lag of new medicines in South Korea
Kyung-Bok Son - Korea, South

DM.6 - Assessment of State of Health and Healthcare Expenditure by Single-Person Households
Aviad Tur-Sinai - Israel

DM.7 - The social and economic benefit of health literacy interventions in the WHO EURO region
Mariana Dyakova - United Kingdom

DM.8 - Capturing the social value and return on investment of public health services and interventions
Mariana Dyakova - United Kingdom

DM.9 - Experience of clinical nursing guidelines development in Kazakhstan
Vitaliy Koikov - Kazakhstan

DM.10 - Economic burden of main Noncommunicable diseases in the Russian Federation in 2016
Azaliia Myrzamatova - Russia

DM.11 - Development of health management system with recording daily living habits and body compositions
Takeo Shibata - Japan

DM.12 - Public expenditure on health promotion and prevention interventions in Austria in 2016
Brigitte Piso - Austria

DM.13 - Balanced Scorecard for performance assessment in healthcare settings: a review of literature
Pasquale Cacciatore - EUPHAnxt

DM.14 - Health insurance literacy assessment tools: A systematic review
Ana Cecilia Quiroga Gutierrez - Switzerland

DM.15 - Measuring inequity in using routinely collected data in an emergency setting: a systematic review.
Kevin Morisod - Switzerland

DM.16 - The endless story of copayment insurance in Slovenia - is it necessary?
Tit Albreht - Slovenia

DM.17 - What factors underpin minimum volume regulations: a comparison of 13 European countries
Katherine Polin - Germany

DM.18 - The satisfaction of the new competencies and roles of nurses in Kazakhstan
Vitaliy Koikov - Kazakhstan

DM.19 - Calculation of road accessibility for the rural population in the Shikoku Island of Japan using GIS
Rina Katayama - Japan

DM.20 - How the Euripid collaboration contributes to affordability of medicinal products
Claudia Habl - Austria


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DN - Health workforce development and research
DN.1 - A new health professional profile in Switzerland: the county practitioner?
Sandrine Motamed - Switzerland

DN.2 - Social aspects of occupational diseases in clothing industry in Bulgaria
Irena Stoilova - Bulgaria

DN.3 - From pillars of postgraduate education towards motivated and competent public health workforce
Nino Chikhladze - Georgia

DN.4 - Evaluation of chronic disease follow-up training of family physicians in primary care units
Erkan Pehlivan - Turkey

DN.5 - Looking for bridge engineering : the role of an information officer in 'sanitary service'
Marion Defaut - France

DN.6 - Physician-patient communication: A qualitative study of perceptions, barriers, and needs in 4 EU MS
Konstantina Zota - Greece

DN.7 - Predictors of job satisfaction in public hospitals in Belgrade, Serbia: a cross-sectional study
Katica Tripković - Serbia

DN.8 - Implementation and development of guidelines in the emergency services in Kosovo –PARIHS framework
Ruhija Hodza-Beganovic - Sweden

DN.9 - Preferences and expectations of graduates in nursing towards lifelong learning (Bulgaria, 2016-2019)
Gena Grancharova - Bulgaria

DN.10 - Clinical psychologists in primary mental health care in Norway - what to do?
Silje L. Kaspersen - Norway

DN.11 - A methodological support to set up multidisciplinary group practices in Southeastern France
Hélène Dumesnil - France

DN.12 - Employment program graduates of internship of higher education institutions of Kazakhstan
Vitaliy Koikov - Kazakhstan

DN.13 - FINDRISK and occupation: need of prevention of diabetes type 2 at the workplace
Karolina Lyubomirova - Bulgaria

DN.14 - An Evaluation of Midwifery Education System in Armenia
Serine Sahakyan - Armenia

DN.15 - Aging of professional medical workforce – a newly emerging public health problem in Kazakhstan
Yuliya Semenova - Kazakhstan

DN.16 - Foreign workers’ health in agriculture: assessing health workers' perception and training needs
Aurora Angelozzi - Italy

DN.17 - What do health workers think about a population exposed to health inequalities? The Bastogi case
Susanna Caminada - Italy

DN.18 - MATRIX SUPPORT: management instrument of Technical School of Health System of Maranhão in Brazil
Cidália Ghardênia - Brazil

DN.19 - Midwifery in Germany – The necessity of developing a workforce and service planning approach
Manuela Raddatz - Germany

DN.20 - The AAPRISS Platform: Learning and Taking Action to Reduce Social Inequalities in Health to help PHIR
Michelle Kelly Irving - France

DN.21 - PERMANENT HEALTH EDUCATION-TRAINING OF THE COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS IN BRAZIL: overcoming a decade
Dayana Costa - Brazil

DN.23 - Contributions of Training of the Health Technique for Health Care Assistance in Maranhão
Mariana Pereira Almeida Santos - Brazil

DN.24 - Reports of experiences of popular health educators in the municipality of São Luis-MA
Ceanny Costa - Brazil

DN.25 - The experience in the technical training of the community health agent in northeastern Brazil
Ellen Santos - Brazil

DN.26 - Humanization in gestation and delivery: experience of mediation and encouragement of good practices
Emmanuele de Jesus Balata Sousa Alves - Brazil

DN.27 - Pre-participation screening of the athletes in Turkey: approach of primary care physicians
Kubilay Kaymaz - Turkey

DN.28 - Key Aspects of Modernizing Public Health Doctoral Program at The University of Georgia
Tamar Lobjanidze - Georgia

DN.29 - Evaluation of medical students to interest in the health research in Kazakhstan at 2018
Vitaliy Koikov - Kazakhstan

DN.30 - User typology for workplace health offers
Elisabeth Noehammer - Austria

DN.31 - Nurses' experiences with the Implementation of a Manchester Triage System in an Emergency Department
Elisabeth Noehammer - Austria

DN.32 - ASPHER V4 Working Group supports the road map for professionalising the public health workforce
Alena Petráková - Czechia

DN.33 - The problematization in the technical training of community health agents in the municipalities
Ellen Santos - Brazil


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DO - Healthy living and health promotion
DO.1 - Socioeconomic and health differences in physical activity: a cross sectional study in Lithuania
Audrius Dedele - Lithuania

DO.2 - Health promotion, community-campus-local authorities partnership and new health professional profile
Sandrine Motamed - Switzerland

DO.3 - The Relationship between strength and academic performance: A new reason to promote physical activity
Jhonatan Peña - Colombia

DO.4 - Health promotion among the unemployed: an international systematic review
Alfons Hollederer - Germany

DO.5 - Health literacy of commercial industry managers: an exploratory qualitative study in Germany
Holger Pfaff - Germany

DO.6 - Who has access and who participates in parkrun? - implications for selecting future event locations
Paul Schneider - United Kingdom

DO.7 - Exploration of perceptions of health of low SES citizens in the Netherlands
Marja de Jong - Netherlands

DO.8 - The structure and forms of physical activity in the City of Zagreb 2O14. / 2015.
Ana Puljak - Croatia

DO.9 - Impact of community gardens on the sustainability of lifestyles: baseline data of the JArDinS study
Marion Tharrey - France

DO.10 - Smoking behavior and exposure to tobacco smoke in Split-Dalmatia County
Ivana Marasovic Šušnjara - Croatia

DO.11 - The relationship between sleep quality and nutrition of medical school students in a city of Turkey
Erkan Pehlivan - Turkey

DO.12 - Misconceptions, not evidence guide occupational physicians' decisions on legionellosis prevention.
Matteo Riccò - Italy

DO.13 - Clear proceedings as workplace health promotion. Supervision and management tools in rural Uganda.
Gaia Piccinni - Italy

DO.14 - Re-imagining risky health behaviour as salutogenic practice
Ruth Cross - United Kingdom

DO.15 - The Comprehensive Community Engagement Framework for Health and Well-being
Pete Milos Venticich - Netherlands

DO.16 - patient education in the context of Parkinson disease cared for with deep brain stimulation
Marie Gaille - France

DO.18 - Health Promotion: a multidisciplinary analysis of the factors affecting practices of professionals
Maria Assumpció Bou Monclús - Spain

DO.19 - Health relay students’ goals, training and assessment: result from a French national consensus
Laurent Gerbaud - France

DO.20 - Age-related and seasonal change in serum osmolarity and water intake in a healthy population
Tomofumi Nishikawa - Japan

DO.21 - The Turkish adaptation of the family and nutrition and physical activity (abfa-tr) screening tool
Merve Çolak - Turkey

DO.22 - Measuring health literacy: performance-based versus perception-based measures.
Chiara Lorini - Italy

DO.23 - Self-regulation, norms and alcohol consequences: study on university freshman from four EU countries
Ondrej Kalina - Slovakia

DO.24 - Building a social marketing Strategy to reduce alcohol-related harm in France
Guillemette Quatremère - France

DO.25 - Perceptions of health professionnals in a French social marketing campaign against smoking
Guillemette Quatremère - France

DO.26 - Free access to nicotine substitutes and e-cigarette for tobacco cessation: STOP a pilot intervention
Fabienne El-Khoury - France

DO.27 - Self-Reported Muscle Strength As A Strategy For The Prevention Of Non-Communicable Diseases
Frank Rincon - Colombia

DO.28 - Effectiveness of Mois sans tabac 2016, a French social marketing campaign against smoking
Romain Guignard - France

DO.29 - The association between eating vegetables at start of meal and dental caries among Japanese children
Kanade Ito - Japan

DO.30 - Barriers and facilitators of health behavior engagement in ultra-Orthodox Jewish women in Israel
Donna Zwas - Israel

DO.31 - Important factors to ensure wellbeing in a whole-school setting – a photovoice study
Jo Ese - Norway

DO.32 - Implementation process of social prescribing to improve primary care patients’ health and well-being
Sonia Dias - Portugal

DO.33 - “Health Party” intervention on genetic testing for ethnic minority women: study protocol
Valencia Kabeya - United Kingdom

DO.34 - Lifestyle, environmental exposures and male fertility in healthy young men in North Italy
Claudia Zani - Italy

DO.35 - Developing the Turkish version of the exercise benefits/barriers for the elderly scale
Saime Erol - Turkey

DO.36 - Effectiveness of the universal substance use prevention program on alcohol consumption among adults
Marta Dobrowolska Kulanová - Slovakia

DO.37 - Obesity Prevalence in Alabama: Trends from 2011 to 2017 and Evaluation of a State Obesity Program
Zihan Dong - China

DO.38 - The relationship between participation to social activities, life satisfaction, isolation on aged
Saime Erol - Turkey

DO.39 - Opticourses: promoting healthier food purchases at no additional cost in low-income households
Marion Tharrey - France

DO.40 - Transition to health democracy in France: occupational therapy for population-based interventions
Sophie Albuquerque - France

DO.42 - Schoolchildren's participation in health promotion process
Ruta Maceinaite - Lithuania

DO.43 - Is medical ionizing radiation negligible or neglected? How to interact with patients?
Isabelle Nicoulet - France

DO.44 - Analysing local public health action plans: development of a tool for the French CLoterreS Study
Yann Le Bodo - France

DO.45 - Facebook Intervention To Improve Physical Activity Level Among Youth
Jovana Todorovic - Serbia

DO.46 - Children self-reports and Parent proxy reports of physical activity and sedentary behaviour
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

DO.47 - Factors promoting health empowerment of young people: a qualitative pre-interventional study
Marie Corneloup - France

DO.48 - Physical Activity Patterns of Primary School Teachers in a District in Istanbul, Turkey
Nadiye Pinar Ay - Turkey

DO.49 - Appropriate approaches for improving health promotion literacy in adolescents – a systematic review
Silvia Florescu - Romania

DO.50 - Improving participation of hard-to-reach older people in diet interventions: the INVITE strategy
Aurélie Bocquier - France

DO.51 - Measuring health promotion in a sports club setting: a modified Delphi study
Anne Vuillemin - France

DO.52 - Improving health outcomes in Northamptonshire’s Homeless population
Samia Latif - United Kingdom

DO.53 - The profile of people living in extreme poverty in the region of Crete
Maria Papadakaki - Greece

DO.54 - Romanian students’ attitude and opinion about the smoke-free indoors law
Ileana Prejbeanu - Romania

DO.55 - Sleep problems among Dutch higher educational students, working towards solutions.
Claudia Van Der Heijde - Netherlands

DO.56 - Using retrospective process analysis to identify lessons learned from a community health initiative
Kristina Hoffmann - Germany

DO.57 - Perceived needs of elderly for living a self-reliant life: implications for municipal health policy
John Dierx - Netherlands

DO.58 - Improving Health Literacy in Austrian Companies: Results from a Systematic Company Recruitment
Madlene Movia - Austria

DO.59 - School children’s perspectives on food literacy as competencies – insights from a qualitative study
Cecilie Karen Ljungmann - Denmark

DO.60 - A Bridge to Wellness: Gains from a health fair among fishermen in the Port of New Bedford, USA
Maryellen Brisbois - United States

DO.61 - Internalization of rules and risk-behavior among early adolescents and relevance for public health
Jozef Benka - Slovakia

DO.62 - Eating disorders among university students: a public health challenge. An European study
Joel Ladner - France

DO.63 - Learning from calorie posting/traffic light systems introduction in a University hospital canteen
Patricia Fitzpatrick - Ireland

DO.64 - Health literacy and physical activity as buffers to counter act work related stress
Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP)

DO.65 - Importance of Health literacy in magnesium supplementation - Case study Novi Sad, Serbia
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

DO.66 - Adherence to treatment in hypertensive patients exposed to radiation: link with mental distress
Lyudmila Pivina - Kazakhstan


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DP - Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines
DP.1 - Age, period, and cohort effects on infectious disease mortality in Korea, 1983-2017
Sang Jun Eun - Korea, South

DP.2 - Survey of nosocomial influenza in South-western Swiss hospitals during two seasonal epidemics
Delphine Hequet - Switzerland

DP.3 - Seroprevalence of anti-Parvovirus B19 IgG in childbearing age women in Pleven region (Bulgaria)
Silviya Yankulovska - Bulgaria

DP.4 - Effect of rotavirus vaccination offer to children observed in Italy between 2010-2018
Francesca Antinolfi - Italy

DP.5 - Evolution of Healthcare-associated infections over five years: results of prevalence surveys
Asma Ben Cheikh - Tunisia

DP.6 - A systematic review of prediction models used in tuberculosis contact tracing
Farah Kidy - United Kingdom

DP.7 - Measles situation in Ukraine during the period 2017-2019
Roman Rodyna - Ukraine

DP.8 - Influenza vaccine among future health care workers: a cohort study on Italian medical students
Alessio Corradi - Italy

DP.9 - Assessment of the links between awareness about MI and behavior related to vaccination
Vilma Jasiukaitiene - Lithuania

DP.10 - laboratory based Influenza sentinel surveillance in Pakistan At NIC, Islamabad 2007-2017
Nadia Noreen - Pakistan

DP.11 - MRSA contamination in ambulances: a systematic review
Mattia Fattorini - Italy

DP.12 - Evaluation of additional benefits of HPV vaccination to cervical cancer screening in France
Sophie Rousseau - France

DP.13 - Hospital acquired infection, evaluation of point of prevalence in a 147 beds italian hospital
Francesco Gori - Italy

DP.14 - Increasing awareness about psittacosis among bird owners
Annet van t Westeinde - Netherlands

DP.15 - Vaccine hesitancy among parents in the general population in Sicily (South Italy): A survey study
Maria Fiore - Italy

DP.16 - Risk factors of healthcare associated infections: prevalence surveys over five years
Asma Ben Cheikh - Tunisia

DP.17 - Participatory action research for global antibiotic stewardship network in CPLP: mixed-method study
Luis Lapao - Portugal

DP.18 - Evaluating latent tuberculosis testing and treatment programme for new migrants in South East England
Priyamvada Paudyal - United Kingdom

DP.19 - Prevalence survey of healthcare associated infections in a large teaching hospital
Fulvio Castellani - Italy

DP.20 - Knowledge of Romanian young women regarding HPV and cervical cancer
Monica Brinzac - Romania

DP.21 - Analysis of risk factors for occupationally acquired HBV, HCV, HIV infections in Polish paramedics
Katarzyna Topczewska - Poland

DP.22 - Strategies to achieve HPV-related disease control in Italy: results from an integrative approach
Chiara de Waure - EUPHA (HTA)

DP.23 - How to reach high behavioral riskgroups for HBV-vaccination: combining offline and online strategies
Annemarie Meiberg - Netherlands

DP.24 - Surveillance of healthcare-associated infections in a Tunisian university hospital
Asma Ben Cheikh - Tunisia

DP.25 - Community engagement in public health emergency preparedness
Barbora Kinross - Sweden

DP.26 - 'Incidence study of surgical site infections in a large University Hospital in Rome, first results'
Doriana Vallone - Italy

DP.27 - Influenza vaccination campaigns targeted at healthcare workers:results of four hospitals in Rome
Marcello Di Pumpo - Italy

DP.28 - The Knowledge on antibiotics and antimicrobial resistance among Polish medical students
Beata Mazińska - Poland

DP.29 - MenACWY vaccination decisions in the Netherlands: the role of risk perceptions
Marion de Vries - Netherlands

DP.30 - A systematic review of email-based reminder interventions to increase vaccine uptake
Beatrice Frascella - Italy

DP.31 - Information sources and attitudes of Polish migrants accepting or declining vaccination in Scotland
Dermot Gorman - United Kingdom

DP.32 - Legionella control in a tertiary care hospital in Italy: adapting solutions to changing scenarios
Giovanni Noberasco - Italy

DP.33 - RSV burden among hospitalized patients: 6-years surveillance of Liguria regional reference lab
Alberto Battaglini - Italy

DP.34 - Perioperative antibiotic prophylaxis: tools, results and reflections from a 6-year monitoring
Matteo d'Angelo - Italy

DP.35 - Prevalence of measles IgG antibodies among immigrant workers in South Korea
Yu-Mi Kim - Korea, South

DP.36 - Determinants of influenza vaccination uptake among Polish school teachers
Maria Ganczak - Poland

DP.37 - Health professionals as parents are not immune to vaccine hesitancy – an Italian national survey
Sofia Zanovello - Italy

DP.38 - Understanding the complexities of HIV risk among sexual minority men in a global context
Kristefer Stojanovski - United States

DP.39 - Influenza vaccination: a multi-modal approach to increase compliance in an italian teaching hospital
Francesca Malacarne - Italy

DP.40 - Vaccination, Autonomy, Complexity, Solidarity - Ethical analyses of a German policy discourse
Peter Schröder-Bäck - EUPHA (ETH)

DP.41 - Pediatric vaccination appointment scheduling: experience from an Italian clinic
Claudia Cuccaro - Italy

DP.42 - A model of Carbapenemase-Producing Enterobacteriaceae spreading in the French hospitals network
Pascal Crépey - France

DP.43 - Local Tuberculosis Georeference: a tool to define BCG vaccination in high-incidence area in Portugal
Andreia Leite - Portugal

DP.44 - Late presentation of chronic hepatitis B virus in Spain: a country with access to therapy
Jeffrey Lazarus - Spain


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DQ - Learning from practice
DQ.1 - Improving the operational skills of the health personnel working in the emergency departments.
Roberta Arnone - Italy

DQ.2 - Feedback on the transition to routine use of Connexin, a tool to improve city-hospital cooperation
Anne Duburcq - France

DQ.3 - How to build the partnership between researchers and field actors ?
Christine Ferron - France

DQ.4 - Show your rare, handle with care: a knowledge brokers network to handle rare disease patients
Fabiana Rubba - Italy

DQ.5 - Recording educational information in medical record: the experience of a Rehabilitation Hospital
Enrico Scarpis - Italy

DQ.6 - The development of an evaluation framework on community impact of CSL in the Netherlands
Marijke Visser - Netherlands

DQ.7 - How to implement a successful smoking cessation intervention for adolescents?
Amandine Vallata - France

DQ.8 - Participation of medical students in prevention actions: first year of implementation in France
Marie Herr - France

DQ.9 - Relevance of the health insurance databases to study potentially inappropriate prescriptions
Marie Jardin - France

DQ.10 - Complexity in managing the blood transfusion process: experience of an Italian Academic Hospital
Marco Poletto - Italy

DQ.11 - Roma health mediators in Serbia – good example of multisectoral cooperation in health promotion
Milena Vasic - Serbia

DQ.12 - Evaluation of Austrias first PHC: What lessons can be learned?
Brigitte Piso - Austria

DQ.13 - Why declare events? What to draw from experience feedback?
Isabelle Nicoulet - France

DQ.14 - Survey-based experiential learning - means of raising professional awareness in developing countries
Ruhija Hodza-Beganovic - Sweden

DQ.15 - Challenges in handling congenital anomalies clusters: a recent mediatic example in France
Nolwenn Regnault - France

DQ.16 - Carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae (CPE) patient notification exercise
Lindsey Murphy - United Kingdom

DQ.17 - An objective structured clinical examination to assess the communication skills of students
Vitaliy Koikov - Kazakhstan

DQ.18 - Benefits from a tabletop exercise in a Heat-Health Action Plan in Amadora, Portugal
Miguel José Cabral de Pinho - Portugal

DQ.19 - Formative dialogue research - an appropriate strategy in community public health projects?
Grete Eide Rønningen - Norway


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DR - Mental health
DR.1 - The role of Emotional Intelligence in health care professionals burnout
Roberta Arnone - Italy

DR.2 - The depression phenotype in a European population-based study
Sarah Cuschieri - Malta

DR.3 - Depression, anxiety stress and associated factors among university students in France
Karl Herrmann - France

DR.4 - Depressive symptoms and suicidal ideation among medical students: a cross-sectional survey in Turin.
Giuseppina Lo Moro - Italy

DR.5 - Development and preliminary psychometric properties of Mental Health Promotion Scale
Hasibe Kadioglu - Turkey

DR.6 - Antidepressant use in over-indebted individuals compared to the general population in Germany
Jacqueline Warth - Germany

DR.7 - Mapping of early intervention programs for psychosis in france in 2018
Anne Duburcq - France

DR.8 - Relationship between burnout and work engagement among Sri Lankan collegiate cycle students
Nuwan Wickramasinghe - Sri Lanka

DR.9 - MENTAL HEALTH ACT, MALTA 2012 - A personal reflection on 5 years working with a new legal framework
John M Cachia - Malta

DR.10 - Building Resilience in Adolescents and Youths - The Maltese Scene
John M Cachia - Malta

DR.11 - Psychotropic drug purchases among Finnish disability pension applicants with mental disorders
Riku Perhoniemi - Finland

DR.13 - The Good Behavior Game : when the classroom becomes the playground for life skills (Toulon area).
Juliette Sondey - France

DR.14 - Suicide epidemiology in Italy: a population-based study in Piedmont Region
Giuseppe Costa - Italy

DR.16 - Child protection in medicine - closing gaps in continuing education through e-learning
Anna Maier - Germany

DR.17 - Mental health service use among university students with adverse childhood experiences
Milena Jakovljevic - Serbia

DR.18 - Early recognition of mental health problems in Croatia.
Danijela Stimac Grbic - HDJZ

DR.19 - Policies for psychiatric rehabilitation: inclusion through planning permit legislation changes
Evangelia Chrysikou - United Kingdom

DR.20 - The social invisibility of mental health: understanding social exclusion through place & space
Evangelia Chrysikou - United Kingdom

DR.21 - Evaluation of Cyber Bullying and Self-Esteem in High School Students
Sevil Aydoğan - Turkey

DR.22 - Reflective citizens as a tool for well-being and public health achievement (Novi Sad, Serbia)
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

DR.23 - The impact of participation in support groups on mental health of parents having children with autism
Arnur Gusmanov - Kazakhstan

DR.24 - Verbal victimisation and mental health of sexual minority adults in France.
Fabienne El-Khoury - France

DR.25 - Sexual violence and suicidal ideation among French adults, a mediation analysis.
Fabienne El-Khoury - France

DR.26 - The EMMY Project: Promoting mental wellbeing among the oldest old – The Finnish Case
Anna Forsman - Finland

DR.27 - Assessment of Cognitive Reserve: a pilot study for Bulgarian Population
Antonya Yaneva - Bulgaria

DR.28 - Psychosocial distress and cardiovascular disease
Yvonne Natt och Dag - Sweden

DR.29 - Evaluation of Social Media Use Disorder in Medical Faculty Students
Hatice Aygar - Turkey

DR.30 - Interventions to reduce stress, anxiety and depression symptoms in teenagers – a systematic review
Silvia Florescu - Romania

DR.31 - The neighborhood age structure and mental health
Joost Oude Groeniger - Netherlands

DR.33 - The impact of the economic crisis on the mental health of Portuguese primary-school children
Diogo Costa - Portugal

DR.34 - Association among defense mechanisms, causes of procrastination and well- being; Gender differences
Thomas Tsiampalis - Greece

DR.35 - Effectiveness of the Children of Divorce Intervention Program in the Netherlands
Mariska Klein Velderman - Netherlands

DR.36 - Socioeconomic differences in the adolescent mental health time trend: what do we refer to?
Yunhwan Kim - Sweden

DR.37 - French validation of an assessment scale of life skills for children.
Carine Simar - France

DR.38 - Determination of mental status of the university students and related risk factors
Cansu Erden Cengiz - Turkey

DR.39 - Mental health problems and support needs of PhD students: bottle necks of the phD trajectory
Claudia Van Der Heijde - Netherlands

DR.40 - Healthcare use prior to suicide in the Stockholm County population 2011-2016
Jurgita Narusyte - Sweden

DR.41 - Childhood adversities and related mental health among children in socialization centers
Aurelija Peciukaityte - Lithuania

DR.42 - Benefits of non-drug interventions for people with suicidal crises in unipolar depression
Elke Berger - Germany

DR.43 - Mental wellbeing among the oldest old, living in nursing home or at home
Marian Ådnanes - Norway

DR.45 - Use of antidepressant medication in Côte d'Ivoire (2017-2018)
Jerome Kouame - Cote d'Ivoire

DR.46 - Sleep and Mental Health Among Older Adults in the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging
Saverio Stranges - Luxembourg

DR.47 - Suicide in Polish migrants to Scotland
Dermot Gorman - United Kingdom

DR.48 - Gender differences in depression across Europe: a systematic review of cross-national studies
Daniel Hagen - United States

DR.49 - Farmers’ health and wellbeing in the context of changing farming practice: a qualitative study
Madeleine Bondy - Canada

DR.50 - Abortion and psychological distress in Icelandic women
Runar Vilhjalmsson - Iceland

DR.51 - Physical education, leisure time physical activity, and psychological distress in adolescence
Runar Vilhjalmsson - Iceland

DR.52 - Elderly drivers with dementia – how do experts and relatives assess their safety risk?
Birgit Reime - Germany

DR.53 - Mental distress Kazakhstani population exposed to radiation from the Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site
Lyudmila Pivina - Kazakhstan


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DS - Epidemiology, public health monitoring and reporting
DS.1 - Large sociodemographic differences in response rates and methods in a population survey in Sweden
Anu Molarius - Sweden

DS.2 - Added value of combining health examination surveys and human biomonitoring studies
Hanna Tolonen - Finland

DS.3 - Comparison of the difference between income quintiles with the slope index of inequality
Young-Ho Khang - Korea, South

DS.4 - Does diet quality mediate socioeconomic differences in metabolic syndrome in the French West Indies?
Zoé Colombet - France

DS.5 - What can dietary patterns tell us about the Caribbean nutrition transition?
Zoé Colombet - France

DS.6 - Factors associated with mechanical and systemic adverse events after colonoscopy (France, 2010-2015)
Moussa Laanani - France

DS.7 - Determinants of self-rated general health among men and women 70 years or older in Sweden 2017
Carina Persson - Sweden

DS.8 - An online health status report to support public health in Belgium
Aline Scohy - Belgium

DS.9 - Contamination of Poultry Meat with Salmonella infantis should be considered a Risk for Food Safety?
Guido Finazzi - Italy

DS.10 - Illicit drug use among Croatian university students
Ivan Miskulin - Croatia

DS.11 - Validating record-linkage based methodology for addressing health survey non-participation
Linsay Gray - United Kingdom

DS.12 - Risk factors of addictive behavior in adolescents in Tunisia
Asma Ben Cheikh - Tunisia

DS.13 - What do patients consulting in a free STI center know about HIV transmission and prevention?
Christelle Duteil - France

DS.14 - Alcohol use among 15–16-year-old adolescents in Estonia, 2003–2015
Kersti Pärna - Estonia

DS.15 - Could Euroqol 5 Dimension questionnaire predict the characteristics of a hospitalization?
Claudia Cuccaro - Italy

DS.16 - Implementation of a national epidemiological surveillance of prison suicide in France
Christine Chan Chee - France

DS.17 - A six-years point prevalence survey of healthcare-associated infections in an Italian hospital
Andrea Gentili - Italy

DS.18 - Alcohol-related attendances in French emergency departments in 2017
Anne Fouillet - France

DS.19 - Evading the price: do French smokers go abroad to buy cheaper tobacco?
Raphaël Andler - France

DS.20 - General practitioners, pregnancy and addictions in France in 2015
Raphaël Andler - France

DS.21 - Tobacco smoking and binge drinking among university students in three European countries, 2009-2017
Marie-Pierre Tavolacci - France

DS.22 - Who does use ENDS in Russia? Results from Russian tobacco control policy evaluation survey EPOCHA-RF
Marine Gambaryan - Russia

DS.23 - ENDS - a growing threat: results from Russian tobacco control policy evaluation survey EPOCHA-RF
Marine Gambaryan - Russia

DS.24 - Tetralogy of Fallot in infants less than one year old in the Valencia Region (Spain)
Clara Cavero Carbonell - Spain

DS.25 - Validity of sources of information used for the identification of Wilson’s disease in the Registries
Clara Cavero Carbonell - Spain

DS.26 - Use and perceptions of electronic cigarette by the adult population in France in 2017.
Guillemette Quatremère - France

DS.27 - Challenges of a French Hospital Discharge algorithm to detect non-accidental paediatric burns
Coralie Hermetet - France

DS.28 - Autochthonous chikungunya and dengue fever outbreak in Mainland France, 2010-2018
Florian Franke - France

DS.29 - Self-rated health and attitude to cardiovascular prevention in male population in Russia / Siberia
Dmitriy Panov - Russia

DS.30 - Long-term trends in adherence to prevention in female population aged 25-44 years in Russia/Siberia
Dmitriy Panov - Russia

DS.31 - West Nile virus infections in France, July to November 2018
Lauriane Ramalli - France

DS.33 - Out of country tobacco purchases decrease despite a price increase and plain packaging in France.
Ramchandar Gomajee - France

DS.34 - The ICHOM standard set for patient reported outcomes in diabetes
Fabrizio Carinci - United Kingdom

DS.35 - Singular death-causes contribution to temporal trend-shifts of its major causes in Spain, 1975-2016
Lluís Cirera - Spain

DS.36 - How to estimate mild Traumatic Brain Injury Incidence? The interest of Emergency Departments data
Virginie Bourdin - France

DS.37 - Characterization of alcohol consumption patterns among older adults in Ireland
Viveka Guzman - Ireland

DS.38 - Diabetes surveillance in Germany – strategy for the dissemination of results
Lukas Reitzle - Germany

DS.39 - Waterpipe Use Prevalence Rate in Turkey: A Meta-analysis Study
Hatice Aygar - Turkey

DS.40 - Description of low back pain attendances in French ED
Cécile Forgeot - France

DS.41 - Geographic disparities in bladder cancer incidence among women in the department of Bouches-du-Rhône
Laurence Pascal - France

DS.42 - Challenges in a population-based registry of cardiovascular disease in Shiga, Japan
Takako Fujii - Japan

DS.43 - Case-control study about exposure to BPA and DEHP and risk of endometriosis
Margherita Ferrante - Italy

DS.44 - Géodes: the health indicators web portal of the French Public Health Agency
Etienne Lucas - France

DS.45 - A claims-based algorithm to identify cancers in a French retired self-employed craftspeople cohort
Hélène Goulard - France

DS.46 - Huge mortality fluctuations in working ages in Russia after 1991: is alcohol affordability in charge?
Artyom Gil - Russia

DS.47 - Hypertension and body mass index in a population of 19-year-old men in Poland
Agnieszka Hubert-Lutecka - Poland

DS.48 - Open Comparisons in Public Health Not Only a Report But Also a Practical Tool Package
Elisabeth Skoog Garas - Sweden

DS.49 - Modeling the impact of changes in tobacco use on individual disease risks
Markus Stratmann - Switzerland

DS.50 - Trends in tuberculosis incidence rates in the Region of Sousse (Tunisia) from 1992 to 2016
Jihene Sahli - Tunisia

DS.51 - Cancer incidence trend in northern tunisia: 1994-2009
Amal Cherif - Tunisia

DS.52 - Region-based Evaluation System for Stroke Quality Care: Shiga Stroke and Heart Attack Registry
Sachiko Tanaka - Japan

DS.53 - Natality and mortality in the population of ecologically disadvantaged East Kazakhstan
Yuliya Semenova - Kazakhstan


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DT - Injury prevention / genomics / ethics
DT.1 - Study of the factors associated with the delay of health consultation of victims of rape in Senegal
Mamadou Makhtar Mbacké Leye - Senegal

DT.2 - Preventing accidents in the offshore Oil and Gas industry: An interrupted time series analysis
Demetris Lamnisos - Cyprus

DT.3 - Benzodiazepine use and occupational injuries: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Matteo Riccò - Italy

DT.4 - Research for road safety by multidisciplinary approach in Benin: From 'ReMPARt' Unit experience
Yolaine Glele Ahanhanzo - Benin

DT.5 - The role of preimplantational diagnostics in comtemporary reproductive medicine - a survey
Desislava Bakova - Bulgaria

DT.6 - The role of civil society in child safety in Europe
Beatrice Scholtes - Belgium

DT.7 - Injury profile and healthcare expenditure of cyclists admitted in intensive care units
Maria Papadakaki - Greece

DT.8 - Early osteoporosis diagnosis improves post-hip fracture outcome
Maria Prodromou - Cyprus


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DU - LGBTI and minorities health
DU.1 - Evaluating equity in healthcare: pilot implementation of a self-assessment tool
Antonio Chiarenza - Italy

DU.2 - Roma origin as a factor for high level of adolescent fertility and abortion rate in European Union
Mariela Kamburova - Bulgaria

DU.3 - A public health campaing – health promotion in Roma minority population in the City of Zagreb
Marina Polic-Vizintin - Croatia

DU.4 - Roma populations and health inequalities: a systematic review of multiple intersecting determinants
Lois Orton - United Kingdom

DU.5 - Pre-exposure prophylaxis in a sexual health clinic for Men who Have Sex with Men in Portugal
Sofia Ribeiro - Portugal

DU.6 - Reality of trans-identity in Benin and social reactions: Analysis based on a national survey in 2017
Yolaine Glele Ahanhanzo - Benin

DU.7 - Knowledge and sexual behaviors of transgender individuals faced with the risk of STI/HIV in Benin
Yolaine Glele Ahanhanzo - Benin

DU.8 - Sexual orientation disparities in age of sexual debut: effects of different predictor measurements
Kai-Yuan Cheng - United Kingdom

DU.9 - Trough community mobilization to better health for all Balkan’s Roma
Zoran Bikovski - Republic of North Macedonia

DU.10 - Understanding discrimination faced by transgender people in the health and social care settings
Christina Dziewanska-Stringer - Belgium

DU.11 - The clusters and frequencies of adverse social conditions amongst the homeless people
Mzwandile Mabhala - United Kingdom

DU.12 - Are Roma people exposed to NCD? Modifiable risk factors in a rural Roma community from Romania
David Mangaloiu - Romania


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DW - Public health policy
DW.1 - Effects of Private Health Insurance on Unmet Medical Experience in Chronic disease Patients
Hyoeun Cho - Korea, South

DW.2 - Barriers by professionals in primary care in discussing children of substance abusing parents
Margreet Van Der Meer - Netherlands

DW.3 - Legal policy challenges in withdrawal of dialysis treatment in Japan
Miho Tanaka - Japan

DW.4 - A discourse network analysis of the public media debate on the UK Soft Drinks Industry Levy
Shona Hilton - United Kingdom

DW.5 - A comparison of stakeholder networks across two pricing policy debates using discourse analysis
Shona Hilton - United Kingdom

DW.6 - Optimising message framing to advance cancer prevention pricing interventions in the UK and US
Shona Hilton - United Kingdom

DW.7 - Feasability of a regional assessment of needs for palliative care
Michel Tahon - France

DW.8 - Are Cypriot community pharmacists ready to offer hypertension screening interventions? A pilot study
Romina Alexandrou - Cyprus

DW.9 - Actions to improve chronic heart failure management in Paris and its suburbs, preliminary results
Michel Marty - France

DW.11 - Intervention research partnerships: enablers for activating health in all policies approach?
Marion Porcherie - France

DW.12 - Medical students’ involvement in health policy: current focus and trend
Kubilay Kaymaz - Turkey

DW.13 - Energy policy as a social determinant of Australian health equity
Colin Macdougall - Australia

DW.14 - Basic problems in conducting a general preventive review of persons over 18 years of age in Bulgaria.
Penka Stefanova - Bulgaria

DW.15 - Development of an evidence-based reference framework for care coordination interventions in France
Françoise Colombani - France

DW.16 - Evaluation of the health pathway through the patient-experience in the French program PAERPA
Valérie Donio - France

DW.17 - Colorectal Cancer Screening Programme: Algarve Preliminary data
Maria Filomena Correia - Portugal

DW.18 - Alcohol and cancer : risk perception among the French population
Raphaëlle Ancellin - France

DW.19 - Algarve Cervical Cancer Screening Programme
Maria Filomena Correia - Portugal

DW.20 - Predictors of a high work participation in the flexi-job scheme: a regional Danish cohort study
Ditte Munkedal - Denmark

DW.21 - Adolescents’ alcohol use after liberalisation of alcohol sales in Finland in 2018
Arja Rimpela - Finland

DW.22 - Regional variations of amenable mortality rate in Latvia
Jolanta Skrule - Latvia

DW.23 - 1st European Academy for Healthcare Leaders: high training on leadership to manage health systems
Leonardo Villani - Italy

DW.24 - A framework to help defining relevant preventive actions in multi-professional health care centers
Baptiste Pluvinage - France

DW.25 - Government-based financing strategies for public health in Ukraine: way of transforming
Nataliia Kovalenko - Ukraine

DW.26 - Perceptions of barriers and levers to health-enhancing physical activity policies in French cities
Anne Vuillemin - France

DW.28 - Organized colorectal cancer screening: the participation rate according to the precariousness
Sylvie Arlotto - France

DW.29 - Caregivers of non-dependent old person: perceived loneliness is associated with poor health status
Sylvie Arlotto - France

DW.30 - Personalized Care Plan for non dependent old persons decrease significantly caregivers’ burden.
Sylvie Arlotto - France

DW.31 - Mutual Learning in Cancer Control Policy Implementation: Interviews With Local Policy Makers.
Laure Bakker - Belgium

DW.32 - Do modern dental care systems adequately meet the health needs of citizens? Poland comparing to EU
Joanna Kobza - Poland

DW.33 - Healthy public policy competences for public health: interactive and practice-oriented curriculum
Ak'ingabe Guyon - Canada

DW.34 - Predictors of nursing-home entry for elders in Belgium
Finaba Berete - Belgium

DW.35 - Access to emergency care units by socially vulnerable patients: a qualitative research
Margaux Vieille - France

DW.37 - Convergence in disability policies in the welfare states Denmark, Sweden, the UK and Australia?
Natasja Koitzsch Jensen - Denmark

DW.38 - Implementation of a new model of management to increase the effectiveness of nursing specialists
Vitaliy Koikov - Kazakhstan

DW.39 - The Portuguese HIV/AIDS Programme under austerity
Goncalo Figueiredo Augusto - Portugal

DW.40 - Transformative governance for public health: A scoping review
Floor Schreurs - Netherlands


8:30-17:00
Poster stations
DX - Other public health issues
DX.1 - Changes in physical conditions of militars in training: colombian army military school
Laura Elizabeth Castro Jimenez - Colombia

DX.2 - Tamoxifen and antidepressant’s co-prescription: general practitioners and pharmacist’s alert
Chaslerie Anicet - France

DX.3 - Knowledge, Attitudes and Beliefs towards Electronic Cigarettes among University Students in Austria
Priyamvada Paudyal - United Kingdom

DX.4 - Spatial characterization of the targeting's worst-off au Burkina Faso
Emmanuel Bonnet - France

DX.5 - Recognition and Participation of Colorectal Cancer Screening in Turkey: Meta-analysis of Literature
Sevil Aydoğan - Turkey

DX.6 - The relationship between causes of procrastination and sociodemographic factors
Thomas Tsiampalis - Greece

DX.7 - Ageing and its challenges: Communitary Intervention Group findings and experience in 2017, Porto(PT)
Ana Sottomayor - Portugal

DX.8 - Smoking habits among 5th and 6th degree medical students
Cansu Erden Cengiz - Turkey