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


Pre-conference - Wednesday 20th Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 20th
9:00-17:00
Les Goudes 2
ARS Paca CLIM - Public health: how to deal with climate change?

Please check out the programme here.


Wed 20th
9:00-12:30
Marseilleveyre
EUPHA (IDC) CONT - Contagion! A table-top outbreak management simulation

Please check out the programme here.


Wed 20th
9:00-12:30
Ratonneau
EUPHA DIGI - Digital health solutions: building bridges for access to health services in islands and remote communities

Chairs
Natasha Azzopardi-Muscat, EUPHA
Stefan Buttigieg, Malta

Setting the Scene: Islands, Small States and Remote Communities
Champions for the next era of digitalised /robotic health services?
Natasha Azzopardi-Muscat, President European Public Health Association and Head WHO Collaborating Centre Health Systems and Policies in Small States University of Malta 

Small Islands as Digital Health Innovation Hubs: Challenges and Opportunities
The Malta Case Study
Stefan Buttigieg, Co-Founder Digital Health Malta, Co-Chair EUPHA Section Digital health(proposed section), Higher Specialist Trainee Public Health Medicine 

Governance models in eHealth
A summary of different models and experiences
Line Helen Linstad, WHO Coordinator Norwegian Centre for eHealth Research 

Reaching out to small islands from a large country
Telemedicine in French Islands: models and lessons
Robin Ohannessian, Medical Director Telemedecine 360 

The contribution of digital technologies to Emergency Medical Services implementation in remote areas and small islands
The case of Italy
Anna Odone, Director School of Public Health, University Vita-Salute San Raffaele, Milan, Italy, Co-Chair – EUPHA Section Digital health (proposed section) 

The need for primary care and public health integration through digital tools in Greece
Lessons and recommendations for evidence-based practice and evidence-informed policy across the Mediterranean and beyond
Elena Petelos, Co-Chair Real World Evidence & Artificial Intelligence IG, Health Technology Assessment international(HTAi), SRF in Public Health, Lecturer in Evidence-Based Medicine and Evidence-Informed Policy, Clinic of Social and Family Medicine, Department of Social Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Crete, Greece

Sustaining an innovative health service in a small island: What do we ask of digital health?
Reflections from the policy and practice perspective: 
Susan Turnbull, Medical Officer of Health, Government of Jersey, Channel Islands, Great Britain 
Andrea Gualtieri, Director General, Istituto per la Sicurezza Sociale, Republic of San Marino 


Wed 20th
9:00-17:00
Sormiou
ESWI ESWI - Towards influenza vaccination programmes for health care professionals

Chairs
Marc Van Ranst, University of Leuven, Belgium, and Belgian Flu Commissioner
Marco Goeijenbier, Erasmus MC Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Current recommendations and guidelines for healthcare workers vaccination: an overview
Marc Van Ranst, University of Leuven and Belgian Flu Commissioner

The dangers of flu for at-risk groups and healthcare workers
Ab Osterhaus, Research Center for Emerging Infections and Zoonoses, Hannover, Germany, and ESWI chair

What are the roles and responsibilities of healthcare workers in preventing nosocomial influenza infections?
George Kassianos, National Immunisation Lead Royal College of General Practitioners, UK, and ESWI member

 

Mandatory vaccination for health care workers in the US
Lydia Crutchfield, Association of Occipational health professionalos in healthcare (AOHP), United States  

 

Measuring the impact of a mandatory province-wide vaccinate-or-mask policy on healthcare worker absenteeism in British Columbia, Canada
Michelle Murti, Public health physician, Communicable diseases, Emergency preparedness and response, Public Health Ontario, Canada 

 

Mandatory vaccination for health care workers in the United States
Litjen Tan, Immunization Action Coalition On The 'Influenza Vaccination Honor Role' and Influenza Vaccination Mandates of Leading US Medical Organizations

 

The ethics of influenza vaccination of healthcare workers: a critical appraisal - Pros and cons 
Sarah Edwards, Department of Science and Technology Studies, University College London, UK, and Hanna Noyhinek, Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare

 

The role of healthcare professional organizations - Part 1
(Short statements by ESWI coalition partners)
− European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases (ESPID), Delane Shingadia
− European Respiratory Society (ERS), James Chalmers
− Pharmaceutical Group to the EU (PGEU), Stéphane Pichon
− European Academy of Paediatrics (EAP), Hans Jürgen Dornbusch
− European Medical Association (EMA), Damiano Cantone
− European Public Health Association (EUPHA), Maria Gańczak

 

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Wed 20th
9:00-12:30
Morgiou
EUPHA (FN) FOOD - Road to Framework Convention on Food Systems: tackling global syndemic with food policy

Best food policy practices
Piotr Romaniuk

Case study: France
Chantal Julia


Tools to monitor the implementation of recommended policies: Healthy Food Environment Policy Index
Stefanie Vandevijvere


Global Syndemic Report and Framework Convention
Hannah Brinsden

 

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Wed 20th
9:00-12:30
Endoume 4
EUPHA (PHMR) FORE - An introduction to Public Health Foresight Studies

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Wed 20th
9:00-17:00
Endoume 1
EUPHA (ENV), (PMH), (URB) HEPL - Healthy Places: Research, Strategies and Policies, towards Healthy Places and healthy people

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Wed 20th
9:00-17:00
Samena
EUPHA (HIA) HIAI - Health Impact Assessment (HIA) institutionalization and multisectoral collaboration in Europe

Opening by the organizers team
Chair: Piedad Martin Olmedo, Vice-President EUPHA (HIA)

Key note speech
Challenges and perspectives for health impact assessment development in France
Francoise Jabot & Ana Rivadeneyra, France

 

Session 1 – Institutionalization of HIA across Europe results
Chair: Odile Mekel, President EUPHA (HIA)
(15 min./presentation + 15 min. Q/A)

  • The use of HIA to support the plan for a cleaner air - Mathilde Pascal, France
  • Institutionalization of HIA: what's going on in Portugal? - Luciana Costa, Portugal 
  • HIA in context - Rainer Fehr, Germany 

Session 2 – Using HIA inside and outside the health sector 
Chair: Teresa Caldas de Almeida, Portugal
(15 min./presentation + 15 min. Q/A)

  • The Villeneuve renovation program Health Impact Assessment - Lucie Anzinivo, France
  • Legacy of Paris 2024 Olympics bid: a rapid HIA - Muriel Dubreuil, France
  • Towards a neighbourhood with positive health in a working class district of eastern Paris - Agnes Lefranc, France
  • Strategic assessment of neighbourhood environmental impacts on mental health in the Lisbon Region (Portugal) - Adriana Loureiro, Portugal
  • Front-of-package nutrition labelling: HIA approach - Andreia Jorge Silva, Portugal 

Lunch break and poster walk/presentations in small groups
Chair: Luciana Costa, Portugal
(5 min./poster)

  • Knowledge and Attitude towards the Gradual Reduction of Salt in Bread – an Online Survey - Alexandra Costa, Portugal
  • Assessing systematically the impact of urban projects on health and social inequalities in health - Jeanne Blanc-Fevrier, France 
  • Perspectives of Strategic Environmental Assessment Practitioners on considering population and human health - Ciara Logue, United Kingdom
  • HIA on the Adoption of Recommendations regarding Urban Operations in the Reconversion of Industrial Areas with Contaminated Soils: Parque das Nações Case study - Ausenda Machado, Portugal
  • Assessing potential health gains of intervention measures by modelling alternative scenarios for HIA in North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) - Monika Mensing, Germany
  • Improving all student’s health through Municipal policy: a health impact assessment in Chambery, France - Lucie Anzivino, France

Session 3 - The role of HIA in achieving Health in All Policies and the SDGs: practical examples and policy mobilization
Chair: Ben Cave, United Kingdom
(15 min./presentation + 15 min. Q/A)

  • The Public Health Implications of Brexit in Wales: A Health Impact Assessment (HIA) approach - Liz Green, United Kingdom
  • HIA of a Danish policy document on closing down the ghetto areas - Gabriel Gulis, Denmark
  • Exploring the utility of HIA as a participatory approach within Health in All Policies - Katie Hirono, United Kingdom
  • Salt reduction in bread: Is it enough? Preliminary results of a HIA in Portugal - Joana Santos, Portugal

Session 4 – Integrating HIA in environmental assessments: practical examples and policy mobilization
Chair: Julia Nowacki, Germany
(15 min./presentation + 15 min. Q/A)

  • HIA of the Wylfa Nuclear Power Plant - Ben Cave & Liz Green, United Kingdom
  • HIA of the development plan of Geneva International Airport, Switzerland: what effectiveness? - Nicola Cantoreggi, Switzerland
  • Integrating HIA in environmental assessments: practical examples and policy mobilization - Birgitte Fisher Bonde & Sarah Humboldt-Dachenroeden, Denmark 
  • The situation of implementation HIA in the Czech Republic – HIA and technological support via GIS - Jana Loosova & Jiri Smida, Czech Republic
  • Integrating health in EIA: a practitioner’s experience - Senuri Mahamithawa, United Kingdom

Open questions and closing comments 
Chair: Liz Green, United Kingdom

 

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Wed 20th
9:00-17:00
Endoume 3
EUPHA (HP) HPROF - Health Promotion principles as foundations for solidarity and public health

Opening remarks and welcome
Luis Saboga Nunes, President EUPHA HP; Didier Jourdan, holder of the UNESCO Chair GHE and WHO collaborating centre “Global Health & Education”
Orkan Okan, Bielefeld University 

Keynote 1: Creating new ecosystems for knowledge production and sharing
Didier Jourdan & Marie-Pierre Sauvant-Rochat, UNESCO Chair Global Health & Education 

Keynote 2:  Genuine intersectorality at the local level, what do we know?
Louise Potvin, School of Public health, Université de Montréal, Canada 

Keynote 3: Intersectorality, participation and citizenship at the very core of health promotion
Marco Akerman, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil. 

Keynote 4: An intersectoral approach to tackle inequalities in oral health
Hélène Pichot, L'agence sanitaire et sociale de la Nouvelle-Calédonie, Canada 

Keynote 5: Intersectorality in Danish municipalities
Ditte H. Holt, National Institute of Public Health, Denmark 

Round table: Levers and obstacles to intersectorality in health promotion, toward renewed policies and practices
Nastaran Keshavarz Mohammadi, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran - Co-chair of the Scientific & Ethical Committee of the UNESCO chair Global Health & EducationFadi El Hage, University St Joseph, Beirut, Lebanon; Luis Saboga Nunes, President EUPHA Section Health Promotion; Paolo Contu, IUHPE vice-president for Europe; Nicola Gray Celino, Vice-President for Europe of IAAH

Programme Session 2 - Interdisciplinary approaches to health promotion: examples from Germany (afternoon) 
Organized by the German Prevention RESEarch NeTwork (PRESENT) 
Moderator: Hajo Zeeb, Leibniz-Institute for Prevention Research and Epidemiology – BIPS, Bremen, Germany

Keynote 1: Introducing German research networks for primary prevention and health promotion
Hajo Zeeb, PRESENT & AEQUIPA, Leibniz-Institute for Prevention Research and Epidemiology – BIPS, Bremen, Germany
Peter Gelius, Capital4Health, University of Erlangen-Nuremburg, Germany
Klaus Pfeifer, Capital4Health, University of Erlangen-Nuremburg, Germany
Orkan Okan, HLCA, Bielefeld University, Germany
Michael Wright, PartKommPlus, Catholic University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Germany
Britta Renner, SMARTACT, University of Konstanz, Germany
Alexander Woll, SMARTACT, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany 

Keynote 2: Health equity in primary prevention and health promotion
Michael Wright, PartKommPlus, Catholic University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Germany
Ullrich Bauer/Orkan Okan, HLCA, Bielefeld University, Germany 

Keynote 3: Participation in primary prevention and health promotion
Peter Gelius, Capital4Health, University of Erlangen-Nuremburg, Germany
Susanne Kümpers, PartKommPlus, Fulda University of Applied Sciences, Germany 


Keynote 4: New interventions for behaviour change using mobile technology
Jochen Meyer, AEQUIPA, OFFIS – Institute for Information Technology, Oldenburg, Germany
Britta Renner, SMARTACT, University of Konstanz, Germany
Alexander Woll, SMARTACT, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany 

Keynote 5: Primary prevention and health promotion: young researcher’s topics
Saskia Muellmann: Evaluation and implementation of interventions promoting physical activity in older adults, AEQUIPA, Leibniz-Institute for Prevention Research and Epidemiology – BIPS, Bremen, Germany
NN: Tbd, Captial4Health
Orkan Okan: Tbd, HLCA, Bielefeld University, Germany
NN: Tbd, PartKommPlus
Deborah Wahl & Karoline Villinger: Tbd, SMARTACT, University of Konstanz, Germany 


Round table: levers and obstacles to national health promotion practices.

Closing remarks
Luis Saboga-Nunes, EUPHA Section Health Promotion; Institute of Sociology, CISP-National School of Public Health, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal


Wed 20th
9:00-17:00
Riou
EUPHA Research Pillar, EUPHA (EPI) MEDI - Demystifying causal inference and mediation methods for public health researchers

Morning chair
Alastair Leyland, EUPHA Research Pillar, United Kingdom 

Introduction to the workshop
Alastair Leyland, United Kingdom 

Introduction to mediation analysis and DAGs
Anna Pearce, United Kingdom 

Small group exercise: drawing a DAG
Anna Pearce, United Kingdom 

Feedback on small group exercise
Anna Pearce, United Kingdom 

Causal inference and mediation in a potential outcomes world
John Lynch, Australia           

Those annoying intermediates
John Lynch, Australia 

Afternoon chair
Linsay Gray, EUPHA Section on Public Health Epidemiology, United Kingdom 

Recap of morning session, including questions
Anna Pearce, Uinted Kingdom 

Applications of mediation analysis (3 x 20 min time slots)

  • Are certain racial groups really at greater risk of type 2 diabetes? A mediation analysis of income inequality and diabetes incidence in the United States
    Katherine Ford, Luxembourg
  • An application of mediation analysis to examine the impacts of Indigenous culture on reduced drug use problems in Canada
    Cheryl Currie, Canada
  • Mediation Analyses of Educational Differences in Walking Speed Decline in Older Adults over an 11-year Follow-up
    Saila Kyrönlahti, Finland


Applications of mediation analysis (2 x 20 min time slots)
 

  • Mechanisms of life-course socioeconomic inequalities in adult systemic inflammation: findings from two cohort studies
    Cristian Carmeli, Switzerland
  • Education and type 2 diabetes: quantifying the impact of differential exposure and susceptibility to overweight and obesity
    Jimmi Mathisen, Denmark
  • Using structural nested mean models to estimate if social inequalities in smoking initiation could be reduced by intervening on mental health problems among children
    Joost Oude Groeniger, Netherlands

 

Closing Q&A and wrapping up
John Lynch, Australia

 

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Wed 20th
9:00-17:00
Callelongue Parterre
RESPIRE France, EUPHA (HSR) PHPC - How to build bridges between public health and primary care? A skills co-building pre-conference

Session 1: Setting of the scene
Chair of the session: Eric Breton

Introduction, aim of the preconference and agenda of the day
Candan Kendir (Mission RESPIRE, France)

“Why do we talk about it today? Is it old wine in new bottle?”
Yann Bourgueil (Mission RESPIRE, France)

 

Practice examples and view of public health through the glass of primary care professionals
By Emmanuel Allory (General Practitioner, MSP, France)

 

Presentation of MOCHA project
Danielle Jansen (President of EUPHA Section Adolescent& Child Public Health)

Session 2: Education and training activities
Chair of the session: Eric Breton

 

Facilitators:
Yann Bourgueil, Candan Kendir, Sylvain Gautier, (Mission RESPIRE, France)
Eric Breton (Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, EHESP, France),
Judith de Jong (President of EUPHA Section Health Services Research & Representative of European Forum of Primary Care),
Danielle Jansen (President of EUPHA Section Adolescent& Child Health)

 

Session 3: The role of stakeholders and innovations
Chair of the session: Judith de Jong

 

“Unisanté: An institutional initiative for building bridges”
Jacques Cornuz (University of General Practice and Public Health, Switzerland)

Group discussions
Facilitators : Yann Bourgueil, Candan Kendir, Sylvain Gautier, Eric Breton, Judith de Jong, Danielle Jansen 

 

Session 4: What’s next?
Chair of the session: Danielle Jansen


“The role of expert patients in education and training: Collaboration with patients as levers”
Yannick Ruelle, Yohan Saynac, Stéphane Korsia (Department of General Practice, Paris XIII and expert patient)

Conclusion
Judith de Jong

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Wed 20th
9:00-17:00
Les Goudes 1
SFSP SFSP - Quatre images de la santé publique en France [Four images of public health in France]

Opening and welcoming
Yves Charpak (MD, PhD), Vice-president of Société Française de Santé Publique, Chair of the Conference Marseille 2019
Emmanuel Rusch (MD, PhD), President of Société Française de Santé Publique

Session 1 – Access to care for migrants and rights for sick foreigners: how do health systems organize themselves?
Thanh Le Luong (MD), Heath division director, French Office for Immigration and Integration (OFII)
Claire Georges (MD), National Association of Permanences of Access to Health Care (PASS)
Nicolas Vignier (MD, PhD), Head of Public Health Unit, Groupe hospitalier Sud Ile-deFrance, associated researcher, Research team in social epidemiology, IPLESP, Inserm UMR 1136
Belgacem Sabri (MD, MHA), Tunisian Association for the defense of right to health

Session 2 - Tobacco, alcohol, nutrition and physical activity in France
Viet Nguyen-Thanh (MSc), Head of Addictions Unit, Public Health France  Anne Vuillemin (PhD), Professor in Physical activity and health (Côte d’Azur University) and Secretary General of the French Society for Public Health (SFSP)
Chantal Julia (MD, PhD), Associate professor in medicine, Paris XII University
Marie-José Augé-Caumon (PharmD), Co-author of the report « Alcohol and tobacco addictions » by the Economic, Social and Environmental council (CESE)

Session 3 - Big data in Health in France: tools and issues
Marie Zins (MD, PhD), Paris-Descartes University, Scientific Director of CONSTANCES cohort
Marc Cuggia (MD, PhD), Professor, Université de Rennes and Hospital Center of Rennes
Jean-François Delfraissy (MD, PhD), Chair of the National Ethics Advisory Committee
Lydia Morlet-Haïdara (PhD), Associate Professor, Université Paris-Descartes, Institute Law and Health (Institut Droit et Santé)

Session 4 – The challenges of Public Health actions at the city level
Patrick Padovani (MD), Deputy Mayor of Marseille in charge of Health  Didier Febvrel (MD), Chair of the Health Territory Factory 
Didier Febvrel (MD), Chair of the Health Territory Factory
Anne Tallec (MD), Director of Regional Health Observatory Pays-de-la-Loire (RHO)
Aurélie Tinland (MD), Hôpitaux de Marseille, Université Aix-Marseille

 

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Wed 20th
9:00-17:00
Endoume 6
EUPHA (HWR), Observatory SKIL - Skill-mix challenges in the current and future health workforce

Introduction
Matthias Wismar, European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies and Ellen Kuhlmann, EUPHA (HWR) 


Session I: Skill-mix reforms in France – in the context of international evidence

  • Introduction and facilitation (tbn)
  • Keynote, CNAM (tbn)


Session II: Skill-mix innovations in various segments of primary and chronic care

  • Introduction - Claudia B Maier, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany


Session III: Skill-mix innovations for specific roles and tasks

  • Introduction and facilitation - Anita Charlesworth, The Health Foundation and Jim Buchan, The Health Foundation and Editor-in-Chief Human Resources for Health


Session IV: Health workforce challenges now and in the future

  • Introduction and facilitation - Marieke Kroezen, Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands and Ronald Batenburg, NIVEL, The Netherlands
  • Keynote


Closing comments

Gabrielle Jacob

 

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Wed 20th
9:00-17:00
Endoume 5
EUPHA (SSWH) SSWH - Forced migration in Europe – aspects of work, social security and health

Welcome and introduction
Gunnel Hensing, President, EUPHA SSWH, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Ellenor Mittendorfer-Rutz, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

Health and integration of migrants
Allan Krasnik, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Social benefits and employment among refugees in Finland – the role of laws and policies
Maili Malin, Migration Institute of Finland, Finland

Trouble-shooting seminar: Group work and discussion
Nadav Davidovitch, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel 

 

Migrants access to health services, Mipex Health strand
David Ingleby, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Selection of migrants into fields of low paid and/or precarious jobs 
Eskil Wadensjö, Professor, Stockholm University, Sweden

 

Sickness absence and disability pension in migrants
Ellenor Mittendorfer-Rutz, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

Summing up of the day: What did we learn and how can we develop assessments to improve research and knowledge for public health? 
Ellenor Mittendorfer-Rutz, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

 

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Wed 20th
9:00-17:00
Endoume 2
DPH, ASPHER, EUPHA YRF - Young Researchers' Forum
Wed 20th
13:30-17:00
Ratonneau
IRD, Coalition Plus ACTI - Community-based Action Research: What can we learn from the HIV field experiences from the North and the South?

Introduction
Daniela Rojas Castro (Coaliation Plus, Inserm) and Joseph Larmarange (IRD)

 

MAKASI: empowerment of subsaharan migrants in Great Paris area
Iris Zoumenou (Afrique Avenir) and Séverine Carillon (Ceped, IRD)

 

Gundo So: serostatus disclosure management for women living with HIV in Mali
Adam Yattassaye (ARCAD-Sida) and Marie Préau (GRePS, Université Lyon 2)

 

EuroHIV EDAT: implementing community-based HIV testing in Western Europe
Jordi Casabona (CEEISCAT) and Daniel Simoes (GAT)

 

ATLAS: implementing and evaluating HIV self-testing in West Africa
Sophie Calmettes (Solthis) and Joseph Larmarange (IRD)

 

Panel Discussion 
chaired by Yves Martin-Prével (IRD)

 

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Wed 20th
13:30-17:00
Endoume 4
EUPHA (PHMR) HREP - Showcasing innovative cases in health reporting

Welcome and opening: Innovative cases in health reporting
Petronille Bogaert


Health Evidence Network (HEN) synthesis report on mechanisms and tools for the use of health information for decision-making
Tanja Kuchenmüller


Overview and good practices on national health reporting formats in the EU
Martin Thißen


Key figures for policy on a single digital platform: The State of Public Health and Health Care
Mariken Tijhuis


Healthybelgium.be, an online health(care) indicators tool to support public health
Aline Scohy


UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: Translating a regional public health report into Easy-to-Read language- challenges and solutions
Nicole Rosenkötter


Wrap up and key messages
Petronille Bogaert

 

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Wed 20th
13:30-17:00
Callelongue Gradin
CHAFEA HTHR - EU cooperation to strengthen preparedness and management of cross-border health threats

Welcome/Introductory remarks
European Commission, DG SANTE – Wolfgang Philipp

 

Policy framework for EU coordination of preparedness and response to serious cross-border health threats Member State perspective
France, Ministry of Health - Antoine Schwoerer

 

EU Member States and neighbouring countries preparedness & response to serious cross-border health threats
Joint Action Strengthened International Health Regulations and Preparedness in the EU Coordinator, Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare - Mika Salminen & Joint Action EU Healthy Gateways Coordinator, University of Thessaly - Christos Hadjichristodoulou

 

International Health Regulations in the global emergency preparedness context
WHO/Europe – Dorit Nitzan & University of Amsterdam - Anniek de Ruijter

 

Medical countermeasures and deployment in emergencies
European Commission, DG ECHO – Maarten Vergauwen & DG SANTE - Agnes Molnar


Health and security - a contribution to the EU Security Union
European Commission, DG SANTE – Agnes Molnar & ECDC - Karl Ekdahl

 

Closing remarks
European Commission, DG SANTE – Wolfgang Philipp

 

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Wed 20th
13:30-17:00
Morgiou
CNRS, EUPHA (MIG) MIGR - Health behaviours among migrants in Europe – what do we know?

Tobacco use among North Africans and Sub-Saharan African immigrants in France
Damien Bricard, Researcher at the Institute for Research and Information in Health Economics (IRDES), Paris, France.

 

Dietary patterns and type 2 diabetes among Ghanaian migrants in Europe and their compatriots in Ghana: The RODAM study
Mary Nicolaou, Post-doctoral researcher, University of Amsterdam, Department of Public Health, Amsterdam, Netherlands

 

Therapeutic education by nurses among immigrants living with Diabetes
Amaury Derville, General Director of Asalee (to be confirmed), France

 

Adoption of contraception among Sub-Saharan immigrants in France
Barbara Maraux, gynaecologist, Researcher in Epidemiology, France

 

Sexual education and practices among Sub-Saharan immigrant women
Rose Nguekeng, Member of the CBO Ikambéré, France

 

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Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
Les Goudes 2
A. Solidarity in health 1.A. - Pitch presentations: Determinants of health equity
Chairperson(s): Linsay Gray - United Kingdom, Amir Mohsen Mohsenpour - Germany

Quantitative research on health determinants in high-income countries: Systematic literature review
Vladimira Varbanova - Belgium

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
Les Goudes 1
C. Digital applications in health DPH Conference 1.C. - This session is held with 1.T
Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
Sormiou
D. European and global health 1.D. - Oral presentations: Global health and migration
Chairperson(s): Laurence Gruer - United Kingdom, Nicolas Vignier - France

Dyslipidaemia among Ghanaian migrants in Europe and their compatriots in Ghana: the RODAM Study
Eva van der Linden - Netherlands

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

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

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

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

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

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

Germany: The reformation of public health
Michelle Falkenbach - Austria

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

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

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
Endoume 2
F. Maternal, child and adolescent health 1.F. - Pitch presentations: Predictors of adolescent health and well being
Chairperson(s): Ileana Prejbeanu - Romania, Jitka Pikhartova - United Kingdom

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
Endoume 4
G. Chronic diseases 1.G. - Oral presentations: The burden of multiple chronic conditions
Chairperson(s): Raffaele Palladino - United Kingdom, Elena Von Der Lippe - Germany

Prospective study on chronic diseases and healthcare costs for the south of France region, 2016-2028
Berengere Davin - France

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

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

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

Socioeconomic trajectories and risk of hospitalization in the Moli-sani Study cohort
Licia Iacoviello - Italy

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
Riou
H. Health services research, systems and economics 1.H. - Pitch presentations: Prediction and control of health care costs
Chairperson(s): Nesrin Cilingiroglu - Turkey, Katarzyna Dubas-Jakóbczyk - Poland

No UHC without medicines: out-of-pocket payments for non-communicable diseases in 18 countries
Adrianna Murphy - United Kingdom

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
Endoume 5
I. Infectious diseases control 1.I. - Oral presentations: Surveillance and control of infectious diseases
Chairperson(s): Chiara de Waure - EUPHA (HTA), Angelo D'ambrosio - Italy

Area deprivation and notifiable infectious diseases in Germany: A longitudinal small-area analysis
Sven Rohleder - Germany

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

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

Discrimination of people living with hiv/aids: a survey with dentists in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire
Guanga David Meless - Cote d'Ivoire

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

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
Endoume 3
K. Mental health / LGBTI and minorities 1.K. - Oral presentations: Epidemiology and management of mental illness
Chairperson(s): Johan Bilsen - Belgium, Roel Van Overmeire - Belgium

Life events as predictors for depression in men and women: A Finnish twin study
Maarit Piirtola - Finland

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

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

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

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
Ratonneau
L. Health assessments / Elderly care / Cancer 1.L. - Pitch presentations: Cancer: epidemiology, screening and care
Chairperson(s): Marta Lomazzi - Switzerland, Piret Veerus - Estonia

Economic burden of cancer from 2012 to 2017 based on the French national claim database (SNDS)
Dorian Verboux - France

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
Marseilleveyre
M. Healthy living, food and nutrition 1.M. - Oral presentations: Globalisation, dietary evolution and health
Chairperson(s): Piedad Martin-Olmedo - Spain, Jade Soh - Singapore

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

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

Mediterranean diet and risk of first hospitalization for heart failure and atrial fibrillation
Licia Iacoviello - Italy

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

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
Samena
N. Health information and health literacy 1.N. - Pitch presentations: Health literacy
Chairperson(s): Sarah Fredsted Villadsen - Denmark, Susie Sykes - United Kingdom

Evaluation of Education for Public Health: A Practical Foundation for Solidarity
Mikko Perkiö - Finland

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
Endoume 6
O. Global health and environmental change EUPHA (PMH), EUPHA (ENV) 1.O. - Workshop: Building bridges between environmental and Public Mental health
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH), Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

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

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

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

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
Mounine
P. Data, evidence and practice 1.P. - Oral presentations: Understanding the evidence and novel approaches to health
Chairperson(s): Karien Stronks - Netherlands, Robert Borst - Netherlands

A comparison of the effects of maternal anxiety and depression on child development
Shakked Gete - Israel

“Brave men” and “emotional women”: A literature review on gendered norms towards patients with pain
Anke Samulowitz - Sweden

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

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

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

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
Morgiou
Q. Health workforce / Health at work 1.Q. - Oral presentations: Paid work, sickness absence and workforce management
Chairperson(s): Jenni Ervasti - Finland

Emotional demands at work and risk of long-term sickness absence among 1.5 million Danish employees
Elisabeth Framke - Denmark

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

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

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

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

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
Les Goudes 1
T. Digital public health DPH Conference 1.T. - DPH Plenary Session: Digital technologies in the humanitarian context

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Poster walks - Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
Garden Level
1.R. - Poster walk: Health promotion, health literacy
Chairperson(s): Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP), Monica Brinzac - Romania

1.R.1 - EnCLASS: an innovative project merging 2 international surveys (HBSC/ESPAD) among French students
Emmanuelle Godeau - France

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Thu 21st
9:00-10:00
Level 1
1.S. - Poster walk: Migrants and access to care
Chairperson(s): Sonia Dias - Portugal, Ornella Punzo - Italy

1.S.1 - Trust in health care systems Arab minority, Jewish immigrant and non-immigrant
Ronit Pinchas-Mizrachi - Israel

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

1.S.3 - Information and communication technology-based interventions to support healthcare in migrants
Giacomo Pietro Vigezzi - Italy

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

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

1.S.6 - Migrants and access to healthcare: the Italian public health residents action plan
Leuconoe Grazia Sisti - Italy

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

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

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

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

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

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


Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
Les Goudes 2
A. Solidarity in health 2.A. - Oral presentations: Poverty homelessness and health
Chairperson(s): Leena Eklund Karlsson - Denmark

Household Income, Life Expectancy and Cause Specific Mortality in Norway, 2005-2015
Simon Øverland - Norway

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Participatory research for developing health promotion campaigns for migrants and host community in Berlin, Germany
Meryam Schouler-Ocak - Germany

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
Callelongue parterre
C. Digital applications in health 2.C. - Pitch presentations: Digital health
Chairperson(s): Claudia Habl - Austria, Line Linstad - Norway

E-health for healthcare system users & social and geographic health inequalities, literature review
Viviane Ramel - France

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Why integration matters
Marta Lomazzi - Switzerland

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

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

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
Endoume 1
E. Public health policy and politics University of Bordeaux 2.E. - Workshop: Quantifying burden of disease to support public health policy: exchange of views and experiences
Chairperson(s): François Alla - France, Jean-Claude Désenclos - France

The GBD project
Spencer James - United States

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

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

The joint action of health information
Anne Gallay - France

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
Endoume 2
F. Maternal, child and adolescent health 2.F. - Pitch presentations: Cultural and health behavioural change in adolescents
Chairperson(s): Irina Ljungqvist - ECDC, Lorenz Harst - Germany

Cultural values and adolescents’ health inequalities in 21 European countries
Maxim Dierckens - Belgium

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

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

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

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

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

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

Social network characteristics and alcohol use among young Swedes with different ethnic backgrounds
Alexander Miething - Sweden

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
Endoume 4
G. Chronic diseases 2.G. - Pitch presentations: Multiple chronic conditions: monitoring and care delivery
Chairperson(s): Viola Burau - Denmark, Giuseppe Di Martino - Italy

Implementing integrated care for multi-morbidity: analysis of experiences in 17 European programmes
Verena Struckmann - Germany

Monitoring of non-communicable diseases in Belgium
Aline Scohy - Belgium

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

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

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

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

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

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

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
Riou
H. Health services research, systems and economics 2.H. - Oral presentations: Health services and innovative technologies
Chairperson(s): Elena Petelos - Greece, Philip Anyanwu - United Kingdom

Challenges in building image-based diagnostic support deep-learning algorithm for acute burns
Constance Boissin - Sweden

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

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

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

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

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
Endoume 5
I. Infectious diseases control RIVM 2.I. - Workshop: Sharing best practices and building effective training at European points of entry
Chairperson(s): Aura Timen - EUPHA (IDC), Christos Hadjichristodoulou - Greece

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

Public health events in the maritime transport sector
Varvara Mouchtouri - Greece

Best practices for core capacities at ports
Christos Hadjichristodoulou - Greece

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

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
Endoume 3
K. Mental health / LGBTI and minorities EUPHA (SGMH) 2.K. - Workshop: Predictors and developmental timing of mental health problems among sexual minority individuals
Chairperson(s): Corina Lelutiu-Weinberger - United States, Richard Bränström - EUPHA (SGMH)

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

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

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

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

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
Ratonneau
L. Health assessments / Elderly care / Cancer 2.L. - Oral presentations: Determinants of frailty
Chairperson(s): Hynek Pikhart - Czechia

Sex, age and socioeconomic inequalities in older people’s unscheduled care
Kate Levin - United Kingdom

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

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

The contribution of eHealth to improve fall and balance disorder care in the elderly
Luis Lapao - Portugal

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

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
Marseilleveyre
M. Healthy living, food and nutrition 2.M. - Oral presentations: Obesity and diabetes: preventing disease
Chairperson(s): Christopher Birt - EUPHA (FN), Bernard Srour - France

Body mass index and mortality in relation to age and follow-up of 30 years in large Austrian cohorts
Gabriele Nagel - Germany

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

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

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

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

WHO Approach
Tanja Kuchenmueller - WHO EURO

Strategies and practical examples
Tugce Schmitt - Belgium

Tackling the challenges
Marleen Bekker - EUPHA (PHPP)

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
Endoume 6
O. Global health and environmental change Academic Collaborative Centre Environment and Health 2.O. - Workshop: Climate change and the impact on public and occupational health
Chairperson(s): Peter Van Den Hazel - EUPHA (ENV), Moniek Zuurbier - Netherlands

Occupational health effects during periods with heat
Moniek Zuurbier - Netherlands

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

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

The health impact of heat waves in Europe: insights from national plans and key informant interviews
Kirsten Vanderplanken - Belgium

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
Mounine
P. Data, evidence and practice 2.P. - Oral presentations: Population health metrics and innovative data sources
Chairperson(s): Nicole Rosenkötter - EUPHA (PHMR), José Luis Sandoval - Switzerland

Slowing improvements in life expectancy across European Economic Area countries
John Ford - United Kingdom

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

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

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

Neurodevelopmental multimorbidity and educational outcomes of 766,244 Scottish schoolchildren
Michael Fleming - United Kingdom

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
Morgiou
Q. Health workforce / Health at work 2.Q. - Pitch presentations: Risk of disability pension and morbidity
Chairperson(s): Annina Ropponen - Finland

Do poor health behaviors have an impact on the transition from sick leave to disability pension?
Pia Svedberg - Sweden

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

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

Copenhagen Burnout Inventory On A National Representative Sample Of Pre-School Teachers
Jovana Todorovic - Serbia

Earnings among people with multiple sclerosis in Sweden, by education and occupation.
Kristina Alexanderson - Sweden

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

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

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
Les Goudes 1
T. Digital public health DPH Conference 2.T. - Oral presentations: DPH - Digital public health conference

Characterizing and Predicting Repeat Food Consumption Behavior for Just-in-Time Interventions
Yue Liu (Singapore Management University) et al.

The differences in data sensitivity perceptions among private and workplace health apps: A Delphi study
Maren Billmann (Technical University of Munich) et al.

Estimating Glycemic Impact of Cooking Recipes via Online Crowdsourcing and Machine Learning
Helena Lee (Singapore Management University) et al.



Join the network meetings - Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
Pomègue
Hochschulen für Gesundheit JTN28 - Country meeting Germany

This meeting is a networking opportunity for German delegates.

 



Poster walks - Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
Garden Level
2.R. - Poster walk: Overweight, underweight and diet
Chairperson(s): Giuseppe Grosso - Italy, Kiara Chang - United Kingdom

2.R.1 - Variation in uptake of Healthy Start Food Vouchers in the Six Health and Social Care Partnerships
Michael Fleming - United Kingdom

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Thu 21st
10:10-11:10
Level 1
2.S. - Poster walk: Child and adolescent health
Chairperson(s): Sijmen Reijneveld - Netherlands

2.S.1 - The Evaluation of Stigmatization and Related Factors in Students of Health-Related Faculties
Sevil Aydoğan - Turkey

2.S.2 - Socioeconomic disparities in diabetes prevalence and quality of care among Israeli children
Ronit Calderon-Margalit - Israel

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
11:40-12:25
Plenary Hall (Palais des Événements)
EPH Conference OP - Opening Ceremony

ModeratorYves Charpak, Chair of the 12th European Public Health Conference

Speakers:

  • Jérôme Salomon, General Director for Health, French Ministry of Health
  • Hans Kluge, Regional Director Nominee WHO Regional Office for Europe
  • Sophie Beau, Co-founder and General Director of the European Civil Rescue Association SOS Méditerranée, France


Join the network meetings - Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
12:30-13:30
Endoume 2
EUPHA (CAPH) JTN1 - Child and adolescent public health: join the network

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


Thu 21st
12:30-13:30
Morgiou
EUPHA (MIG) JTN10 - Migrant and ethnic minority health: join the network

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


Thu 21st
12:30-13:30
Endoume 6
EUPHA (FS) JTN11 - Foresight - initiative: join the network

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


Thu 21st
12:30-13:30
Callelongue gradin
EUPHAnxt JTN12 - EUPHAnxt: join the network
Thu 21st
12:30-13:30
Endoume 4
EUPHA (SGMH) JTN13 - Sexual and gender minority health: join the network

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


Thu 21st
12:30-13:30
Endoume 3
EUPHA (HP) JTN2 - Health promotion: join the network

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


Thu 21st
12:30-13:30
Ratonneau
EUPHA (DH) JTN24 - Digital health - proposed: join the network

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


Thu 21st
12:30-13:30
Callelongue parterre
EUPHA (HSR) JTN3 - Health services research: join the network

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


Thu 21st
12:30-13:30
Riou
EUPHA (SSWH) JTN4 - Social security, work and health: join the network

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


Thu 21st
12:30-13:30
Samena
EUPHA (PHPP) JTN5 - Public health policy and politics: join the network

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


Thu 21st
12:30-13:30
Endoume 5
EUPHA (ENV) JTN7 - Environment and health: join the network

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


Thu 21st
12:30-13:30
Sormiou
EUPHA (FN) JTN8 - Food and nutrition: join the network

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


Thu 21st
12:30-13:30
Mounine
EUPHA (ECO) JTN9 - Public health economics: join the network

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



Lunch symposiums - Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
12:30-13:30
Endoume 1
EUPHA with support from Sanofi LS1 - How can we join forces to engage in multi-stakeholder actions to reach optimal influenza Vaccination Coverage Rates in Europe?

Chair: Natasha Azzopardi Muscat, President EUPHA

 

Keynote presentation:
The organisation and delivery of vaccination services in the European Union
Martin McKee, European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies

 

Panellists:
George Kassianos, National Immunization Lead, Royal College of General Practitioners, United Kingdom
Litjen Tan, Chief Strategy Officer, Immunization Action Coalition, United States
Anne-Sophie Joly, Présidente du collectif national des associations d’obèses (projet vaccination grippe), France
Rute Horta, Associação Nacional das Farmácias, Portugal
Florence Baron Papillon, Sanofi Pasteur



Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
13:40-14:40
Plenary Hall (Palais des Événements)
WHO EURO, EUPHA PL1 - Plenary 1: Building bridges between different professions and communities as a means to implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Organisers: WHO Regional Office for Europe, EUPHA

Moderators: Natasha Azzopardi Muscat, President EUPHA, and Anna Cichowska Myrup, Programme Manager Public Health Services, WHO Regional Office for Europe

Keynote speakers/Panellists:

  • Hans Kluge, Regional Director Nominee WHO Regional Office for Europe
  • Otto Scharmer, Senior Lecturer, MIT Management Sloan School, Cambridge, United States
  • Miklós Szócska, Director Health Services Management Training Center, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary
  • Paula Vassalo, President European Dental Public Health Association (EADPH)
  • Ricardo Baptista Leite, Member of Parliament and Deputy Mayor and City Councillor of Cascais, Portugal

Please download more information on the plenary here


Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
Les Goudes 2
A. Solidarity in health Erasmus MC, Rotterdam 3.A. - Round table: Re-thinking health inequalities
Chairperson(s): Johannes Siegrist - Germany

Johan Mackenbach - Netherlands

Johannes Siegrist - Germany

Alastair Leyland - United Kingdom

Olle Lundberg - Sweden

Ramune Kalediene - Lithuania

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

The Challenge of Digital transformation in Public Health in Europe?
Luis Lapao - Portugal

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

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

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

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

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

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
Endoume 1
M. Healthy living, food and nutrition THL, ANPAA, EUPHA (PHPP) 3.E. - Workshop: Alcohol policy reforms in European countries – challenges and solutions
Chairperson(s): Sofia Ribeiro - Portugal, Ilmo Keskimäki - Finland

Estonia: Problems created by border-trade for applying high-tax alcohol policy
Heli Laarmann - Estonia

Finnish alcohol policy reform: battle over public health objectives
Pia Mäkelä - Finland

The Scottish case: minimum unit pricing for alcohol
Shona Hilton - United Kingdom

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
Endoume 2
F. Maternal, child and adolescent health EUPHA (CAPH) 3.F. - Round table: Applying multidisciplinary sciences to improve paediatric primary care for children in Europe
Chairperson(s): Danielle Jansen - EUPHA (CAPH), Jochen Ehrich - Germany

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

Children deserve adequately trained doctors
Károly Illy - Netherlands

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

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

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
Endoume 4
G. Chronic diseases EUPHA (FN), EUPHA (CHR) 3.G. - Workshop: Impact of nutrition on non-communicable chronic diseases: a global perspective
Chairperson(s): Tatjana Buzeti - EUPHA (FN), Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA (CHR)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
Endoume 5
I. Infectious diseases control EUPHA (IDC), ECDC 3.I. - Round table: Using evidence for action – the story on life-course vaccination
Chairperson(s): Anna Odone - Italy, Karl Ekdahl - ECDC

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

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

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

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

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

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

Mauro Giovanni Carta - Italy

Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA

Els Maeckelberghe - Netherlands

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

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

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

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

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

Health promotion and primary prevention in 21 European countries
Nella Savolainen - Finland

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

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

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

Multimodal health promotion – An approach to successful aging
Lára Janusdóttir - Iceland

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

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

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

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
Endoume 6
O. Global health and environmental change INSERM 3.O. - Workshop: Social-to-biological processes over the lifecourse and social inequalities in health
Chairperson(s): Michelle Kelly Irving - France, Marc Chadeau-Hyam - United Kingdom

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

Parental socioeconomic position and chronic inflammation during adolescence
Sílvia Fraga - Portugal

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Panellists one & two
Marleen Bekker - EUPHA (PHPP)

Panellist three
Aileen Clarke - United Kingdom

Panellist four
Ana M Carriazo - Spain

Thu 21st
14:50-16:20
Les Goudes 1
T. Digital public health DPH Conference 3.T. - DPH 2019 Innovation Prize Pitches

Click here for more information plus meet our judging panel and shortlisted teams.



Join the network meetings - Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
14:50-15:50
Pomègue
SESPAS JTN29 - Country meeting Spain

This meeting is a networking opportunity for Spanish delegates.


Thu 21st
14:50-15:50
Sugiton
Israeli Association of Public Health Physicians JTN30 - Country meeting Israel

This meeting is a networking opportunity for Israeli delegates.



Poster walks - Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
14:50-15:50
Garden Level
3.R. - Poster walk: Health in education: from childcare to college
Chairperson(s): Alessia Lefebure Lo Porto - France

3.R.1 - Developing a regional strategy to disseminate physical activity promotion in childcare centers
Holger Hassel - Germany

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Thu 21st
14:50-15:50
Level 1
3.S. - Poster walk: Chronic disease and burden
Chairperson(s): Brecht Devleesschauwer - Belgium, Guanga David Meless - Cote d'Ivoire

3.S.1 - An ordinary life with chronic condition as a goal for medicine
Marie Gaille - France

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Join the network meetings - Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
16:50-17:50
Marseilleveyre
Folkehelseforeningen JTN31 - Country meeting Norway

This meeting is a networking opportunity for Norwegian delegates.



Thursday 21st Nov

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

Organisers: European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), EUPHA Section Infectious diseases control (IDC)

Moderators: Karl Ekdahl, ECDC, and Michael Edelstein, EUPHA IDC

Keynote speaker

  • Sally Hargreaves , Lecturer in Global Health, St George's University of London, United Kingdom

Panellists:

  • Nada Ghosn, Head of Epidemiological Surveillance Unit, Ministry of Public Health, Lebanon
  • Neha Pathak, UCL Institute of Health Informatics, United Kingdon
  • Abal Moindazde, France
  • Isabel de la Mata, Principal Adviser for Health and Crisis Management, DG SANTE, European Commission

 Please download more information on the plenary here



Extra activities - Thursday 21st Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 21st
19:30-21:00
Les Halles de la Major
EPH Conference WR - Welcome reception

Friday 22nd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Les Goudes 2
A. Solidarity in health 4.A. - Pitch presentations: Health disparities
Chairperson(s): Terje Andreas Eikemo - Norway, Yunhwan Kim - Sweden

Visualising the complex relationships between ethnic group and health in Scotland: 2001-2013
Laurence Gruer - United Kingdom

Mobile clinic approach towards hard-to-reach populations’ health in Roman suburban settings.
Alice Corsaro - Italy

ED visits and hospital admissions of foreigners for psychiatric disorders in Rome from 2007 to 2018
Angelo Nardi - Italy

Sleep problems among immigrants
Marte Kjøllesdal - Norway

Immigration status and cervical test screening: more underscreening and inequality social health.
Jeanne Sassenou - France

Risk of macrosomia and low birthweight among immigrants in Belgium, a perfect mirror?
Judith Racape - Belgium

Promoting sexual health literacy among migrants in Sweden
Pia Svensson - Sweden

Refugee Escape Room©: a new gamification tool to deepen learning about Migration and Health.
Núria Serre-Delcor - Spain

Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Callelongue gradin
B. Migration and health 4.B. - Pitch presentations: Cross cultural competence and access to health services for migrants
Chairperson(s): Bernadette Kumar - Norway, Elisabeth Strømme - Norway

Transnationalism and Caring for Migrant Families with Young Children
Lisa Merry - Canada

Utilization, satisfaction and barriers of medical care among adults of Turkish descent in Germany
Christina Dornquast - Germany

The health situation of children and adolescents with migration background in Germany
Claudia Santos-Hövener - Germany

Health of adolescents with migration background in Germany: cross-sectional results from KiGGS wave 2
Carmen Koschollek - Germany

Transnational medication management by elderly migrants – a mixed-methods approach
Hürrem Tezcan-Güntekin - Germany

Development of a dictionary for transcultural care in Europe: a deliverable of the TNP project
Maria Prodromou - Cyprus

A mixed-method evaluation study of a comprehensive cross-cultural training program in Stockholm
Jordanos Tewelde - Sweden

Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Callelongue parterre
C. Digital applications in health DPH 4.C. - Round table: AI and Big Data: Ethical Challenges and Health Opportunities
Chairperson(s): Patty Kostkova - United Kingdom

Ethical challenges associated with health-related big data research
Marcello Ienca - Switzerland

Cloud-computing and precision medicine: Big data offers big opportunities
Alain April - Canada

Two presentations will be added to this roundtable at a later date
Caroline Wood - United Kingdom

The importance of ensuring artificial intelligence and machine learning can be understood at the human level
Sudha Ram - United States

Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Sormiou
D. European and global health Mig-HealthCare consortium 4.D. - Workshop: MigHealthCare - strengthening Community Based Care to minimize health inequalities
Chairperson(s): Pania Karnaki - Greece, Allan Krasnik - EUPHA (MIG)

Survey on the physical and mental health among migrants and refugees in ten European countries
Pania Karnaki - Greece

Analysis of needs, expectations and capacities of health and social care professionals in order to provide culturally adapted care
Adele Lebano - Sweden

Best practices addressing healthcare care access of migrants and refugees in European countries
Eleni Riza - Greece

Modelling healthcare access for migrants and refugees in Europe: identifying the major health issues
Alejandro Gil-Salmerón - Spain

Predictions concerning the use of health care services in Europe by migrants/refugees and the Mig-HealthCare Roadmap & Toolbox
Konstantina Zota - Greece

Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Endoume 1
E. Public health policy and politics 4.E. - Pitch presentations: Public health: politics and policies
Chairperson(s): Klaus D. Pluemer - Germany, Elisabetta Mezzalira - United States

The European Semester 2015-2018: themes and progress of country specific recommendations on health
Timo Clemens - Netherlands

Deindustrialisation, Foreign Investment and Social Development: Mortality in the Hungarian Rustbelt
Gabor Scheiring - Italy

Deaths of despair and Brexit votes: cross-local authority statistical analysis in England and Wales
Jonathan Koltai - Italy

Right-wing populism and self-rated health in Europe: a multilevel analysis
Insa Backhaus - Italy

The equity impact of a universal child health promotion programme
A.M. Pulkki-Brännström - Sweden

Prevalence of non-adequate health literacy in Europe: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Carolina Di Paolo - Italy

Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Endoume 2
F. Maternal, child and adolescent health 4.F. - Oral presentations: Healthy start to life
Chairperson(s): Peter Van Den Hazel - EUPHA (ENV), Elodie Besnier - Norway

Maternal immigrant status and signs of neurodevelopmental problems in early childhood
Heiko Schmengler - Netherlands

Association between legal status, prenatal care utilization, severe perinatal and maternal morbidity
Maxime Eslier - France

Could increasing income in lone-parent households reduce inequality in child mental health problems?
Sungano Chigogora - United Kingdom

Degree of consistency of parental dietary and sedentary behavior rules as indicators for overweight
Emilie Ruiter - Netherlands

Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Endoume 4
G. Chronic diseases 4.G. - Pitch presentations: Chronic diseases: surveillance and management
Chairperson(s): Arnaud Chiolero - Switzerland

Transitional care models for chronic patients: preliminary results from an umbrella review.
Maria Teresa Riccardi - Italy

The use of quality indicators (QIs) to evaluate the oncologic care in CCCN: a systematic review
Rosario Andrea Cocchiara - Italy

Clinicians’ decision making about Parkinson’s treatment plans using self-report vs digital data
Lada Timotijevic - United Kingdom

Perceived health and quality of life in chronic and end-stage kidney disease
Karine Legrand - France

Development of ethical governance framework for an mHealth platform for the management of Parkison’s
Lada Timotijevic - United Kingdom

A Developmentally Appropriate Patient Education during Transition
Maxime Morsa - France

FC Prostate - Football for men with prostate cancer in local football clubs
Christian Doesing Soerensen - Denmark

A cross sectional survey to estimate prevalence of asthma in Reunion Island, Indian Ocean
Jamel Daoudi - France

Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Riou
H. Health services research, systems and economics Observatory 4.H. - Skills building seminar: How to enhance collaboration between primary care and public health?
Chairperson(s): Matthias Wismar - European Observatory

How to enhance collaboration between primary care and public health?
Bernd Rechel - European Observatory

Panellist 1
Ilana Ventura - Austria

Panellist 2
Birger Forsberg - Sweden

Panellist 3
Rémi Pécault-Charby - France

Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Endoume 5
I. Infectious diseases control 4.I. - Oral presentations: Antimicrobial resistance and health care associated infections (HAI)
Chairperson(s): Ralf Reintjes - Germany, Shirin Aliabadi - United Kingdom

Does practice characteristics explain the impact of a financial incentive on antibiotic prescribing?
Philip Anyanwu - United Kingdom

Multimodal Surveillance of HAI in an Intensive Care Unit of a Large Teaching Hospital.
Giuseppe Migliara - Italy

Modeling Carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae episodes' evolution in France over 2010-2020
Jonathan Roux - France

Risk factors for E. coli Susceptibility in Bloods Stream Infections in England Between 2013-2017
Shirin Aliabadi - United Kingdom

The PACASurvE laboratory network for real-time infection surveillance and alert at a regional scale
Philippe Colson - France

Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Endoume 3
K. Mental health / LGBTI and minorities EUPHA (PMH) 4.K. - Round table: Toward a better living with schizophrenia
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Community Mental Health Care in Italy: Basaglia's ashes in the wind of the crisis of the last decade
Mauro Giovanni Carta - Italy

Improving access to integrated mental health services in community-based settings in Portugal
Graça Cardoso - Portugal

Toward a Better Living with Schizophrenia
Viviane Kovess-Masfety - France

Effect of family psychoeducation and access to information on illness negative perceptions: a study on French families of persons experiencing schizophrenia
Murielle Villani - France

Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Ratonneau
L. Health assessments / Elderly care / Cancer 4.L. - Pitch presentations: Innovative care for older adults
Chairperson(s): Evangelia Chrysikou - United Kingdom

The Nordic @geing Online project: Co-creating a social application together with older adults
Johanna Nordmyr - Finland

Interrupted time series analyses on the effect on integrated care among the older population
Janne Agerholm - Sweden

Assessments, evolutions and transformations in French nursing homes
Tiba Delespierre - France

In-home monitoring evaluation by home-dwelling older adults, caregivers and healthcare providers
Valérie Santschi - Switzerland

Impact of integrated care on the use of emergency care among older people in Stockholm County
Megan Doheny - Sweden

Factors associated with uptake of abdominal aortic aneurysm screening by older men living in Scotland
Kalonde Kasengele - United Kingdom

Impact of a community respiratory service on emergency hospital admissions
Kate Levin - United Kingdom

Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Marseilleveyre
M. Healthy living, food and nutrition 4.M. - Pitch presentations: Food, nutrition and diet
Chairperson(s): Christopher Birt - EUPHA (FN), Sabrina Ionata Granheim - Norway

The European FOOD programme (Fighting Obesity through Offer and Demand)
Nolwenn Bertrand - Belgium

Eating habits trajectories of students using university canteens
Valentina Lorenzoni - Italy

Energy drink consumption pattern among university students in North East England
Shelina Visram - United Kingdom

Health impact of substituting red meat by fish: addressing variability in risk-benefit assessments
Sofie Theresa Thomsen - Denmark

Macro- and micro-nutrient intake among Hungarian general and Roma adults
Erand Llanaj - Hungary

Taste and food preferences of the Hungarian Roma population
Judit Diószegi - Hungary

A multicentre study of street foods purchased in urban areas of Central Asia: the FEEDCities Project
Sofia Sousa - Portugal

Could chips and nuts be vector of food-borne outbreaks during happy hour?
Francesco Gori - Italy

Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Samena
N. Health information and health literacy EUPHA (HWR), EUPHA (HSR) 4.N. - Workshop: Health workforce coordination and agency across sectors, organisations and professions
Chairperson(s): Ellen Kuhlmann - Germany, Viola Burau - Denmark

An international perspective on organisational strategies to foster skill-mix changes in healthcare
Marieke Kroezen - Netherlands

Intersectoral coordination and diabetes prevention: building capacity through professional agency
Viola Burau - Denmark

Intersectoral coordination and multiprofessional teams: merging primary care and social services
Timo Sinervo - Finland

Interprofessional collaboration in health promotion: changing tasks as leverage for innovation
Loni Ledderer - Denmark

Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Endoume 6
O. Global health and environmental change 4.O. - Pitch presentations: Healthy places
Chairperson(s): Odile Mekel - EUPHA (HIA), Rabiga Khozhamkul - Kazakhstan

Community infrastructure to boost social relations: a systematic review
Anne-Marie Bagnall - United Kingdom

Do perspectives on healthy environment differ between health/social professionals and urban planners?
Kristine Mourits - Netherlands

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

Building bridges: Sustainable Urban Health in Hamburg, 2018
Rainer Fehr - Germany

Who, why, when and how do people use urban green spaces? A study of users from 18 parks in France
Marion Porcherie - France

School environment and obesity in primary schools. An analysis of the WHO European COSI in Austria.
Anna Lena Aufschnaiter - Austria

Deterioration of housing environment and mental health of asylum seekers – a multi-level analysis
Amir Mohsen Mohsenpour - Germany

Prevalence of home smoking bans in six European cities: a repeated cross-sectional study (2013-2016)
Daniela Anastasi - Italy

Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Mounine
P. Data, evidence and practice 4.P. - Oral presentations: Innovative approaches to professionalism, communication and care
Chairperson(s): Pernille Tanggaard - Denmark, Nana Folmann Hempler - Denmark

Differences in attitudes of medical and dental students about e-professionalism on social media
Tea Vukusic Rukavina - Croatia

A MOOC to disseminate key concepts related to the future challenges of the French health system
Cécile You - France

Evaluation of communication skills among physicians: A systematic review of existing assessment tools
Vincent Gosselin Boucher - Canada

Use of voice messaging via mobile phone to communicate female adolescents in Bangladeshi urban slum
Mohammad Shah - United States

MANTRA: a serious game improving knowledge of maternal and neonatal health and geohazards in Nepal
Patty Kostkova - United Kingdom

Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Morgiou
Q. Health workforce / Health at work 4.Q. - Pitch presentations: Work participation and sickness absence
Chairperson(s): Guido Van Hal - Belgium

Creating national guidelines for assessing functional and work capacity of recently settled persons
Misha Henriksson - Finland

The relation between hearing loss and sustainable employability of teachers
Arnold Schriemer - Netherlands

Goal-focused group intervention; sustainable health improvement but no effect on work participation.
Nils Fleten - Norway

Work stress, migration background and risk of long-term sickness absence in Denmark
Reiner Rugulies - Denmark

Socioeconomic differences in paid sickness allowances in Finland
Jenni Blomgren - Finland

Work participation trajectories in 1098748 Finns: determinants and the incidence of sickness absence
Tea Lallukka - Finland

Sickness absences among young employees in private and public sectors
Jurgita Narusyte - Sweden

Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Les Goudes 1
T. Digital public health DPH Conference 4.T. - The European mHealth Knowledge and Innovations Hub

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Poster walks - Friday 22nd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Garden Level
4.R. - Poster walk: Infectious diseases control between policy and epidemiology
Chairperson(s): Ricardo Mexia - Portugal, Kris Bevelander - Netherlands

4.R.2 - Tuberculosis screening for foreign students change : good saving and bad idea ?
Laurent Gerbaud - France

4.R.3 - Healthcare workers and measles outbreaks in Italy: is it time to act? A systematic review
Corrado De Vito - Italy

4.R.4 - Monitoring measles outbreaks using emergency department data in France.
Guilhem Noel - France

4.R.5 - Assessement of the influenza burden in nursing homes during two influenza seasons
Delphine Hequet - Switzerland

4.R.6 - Characteristics of hospitalizations with influenza diagnosis, France, 2012-2017
Mathilde Pivette - France

4.R.7 - Epidemiology of pertussis in Tunisia; results of five years 2013-2017
Hind Bouguerra - Tunisia

4.R.8 - Prevalence and risk factors of hepatitis B in Tunisia
Aicha Lahchaichi - Tunisia

4.R.9 - Human papillomavirus infections and cervical cancer screening in Tunisian women
Hind Bouguerra - Tunisia

4.R.11 - Invasive pneumococcal disease in Latvia seven years after PCV10 introduction
Larisa Savrasova - Latvia

4.R.13 - Overview of three-year trends of antimicrobial consumption and resistance in Sicilian hospitals
Martina Barchitta - Italy

4.R.15 - Community use of antibiotics and development of bacterial resistance: a case-control study in Italy
Gianluigi Ferrante - Italy

Fri 22nd
8:30-9:30
Level 1
4.S. - Poster walk: Health outcomes and social determinants
Chairperson(s): Johannes Siegrist - Germany, Nicos Middleton - Cyprus

4.S.1 - Changes in disease burden in Poland, 1990-2017: a systematic analysis for the GBD Study 2017
Maria Ganczak - Poland

4.S.2 - Daylight saving time and acute myocardial infarction: a meta-analysis
Maria Elena Flacco - Italy

4.S.4 - Association of nationality and education with oral health: a screening programme in Northern Italy.
Massimo Del Pin - Italy

4.S.5 - Monitoring inequalities in self-rated health over 36 years among Finnish women and men
Eero Lahelma - Finland

4.S.6 - Welfare state impact on mental wellbeing of the oldest old in Europe: A multilevel survey data study
Jorid Kalseth - Norway

4.S.7 - Changes in mortality inequalities by marital status in Lithuania during 2001-2014
Skirmante Sauliune - Lithuania

4.S.9 - Public health monitoring in Sweden focusing on inequality – a developmental work
Karin Engström - Sweden

4.S.10 - Development of a barometer to display and monitor health and wellbeing on the neighborhood level
Kristina Hoffmann - Germany

4.S.11 - The applicability of methods for assessing comorbidities: The Cumulative Illness Rating Scale (CIRS)
Margherita Napolitani - Italy

4.S.12 - Population health indicators availability at regional level across the European Union
Claudia Costa - Portugal

4.S.13 - How to build and share an experiential knowledge in public health ?
Anne Laurent - France


Friday 22nd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 22nd
9:40-10:40
Plenary Hall (Palais des Événements)
EC, EUPHA PL3 - Plenary 3: Bridging towards the future of public health in Europe (I). Where can and should we go from here?

Organisers: European Commission, EUPHA

Moderators:  Isabel de la Mata, Principal Adviser for Health and Crisis Management, DG SANTE, European Commission, and Natasha Azzopardi Muscat, President EUPHA

Speakers/Panellists:

Please download more information on the plenary here


Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Les Goudes 2
A. Solidarity in health 5.A. - Pitch presentations: Place and other social determinants of health disparities
Chairperson(s): Vasiliki Kiparoglou - United Kingdom, Stéphanie Tubert-Jeannin - France

Rural primary care: a scoping review
Mark Bosmans - Netherlands

Assessment of the spatial accessibility to health professionals at French census block level
Fei Gao - France

Levelling the Playing Fields: A Pilot Intervention
Stephanie Alexander - France

Health care in Amazon communities for education and awareness about health in low resource settings
José Anibale Rodrigues Jr - Brazil

Multi-morbidity in Ghanaian migrants in Europe and residents in Ghana: the RODAM study
Kerstin Klipstein-Grobusch - Netherlands

Income inequality in disability-free life expectancy in Denmark
Henrik Brønnum-Hansen - Denmark

Social networks as a public health tool - “Non-smoking bars and restaurants”
Anđelka Grujičić - Serbia

Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Callelongue gradin
B. Migration and health SFSP, EUPHA, WFPHA 5.B. - Workshop: Bridging the health divide across the Mediterranean Sea An agenda for Public Health Research & Policy
Chairperson(s): Yves Charpak - SFSP, Bettina Borisch - Switzerland

Setting the Scene: The Health Divide across the Mediterranean Sea: Epidemiology, Health Systems & International Governance
Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - EUPHA

On going transition in Maghreb Health Systems. Sustainability of tentative support from external partners (donors, EU and UN agencies)
Miloud Kaddar - Algeria

Maghreb health systems and European health systems: so different?
Guillaume Dedet - France

Brain drain in human resources in Maghreb countries and the need for ethical code of conduct on this matter. Migrations issues’ challenges in Maghreb Health systems
Belgacem Sabri - Tunisia

Needs for public health collaborations going far beyond health care systems to address majors health threat, increasing pressure from global life style and environment risks factors, collaboration in health promotion and education, advocacy
Djamel Zoughailech - Algeria

Concluding Observations and Remarks
Josep Figueras - European Observatory

Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Les Goudes 1
C. Digital applications in health DPH Conference 5.C. - This session is held with 5.T
Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Sormiou
D. European and global health Chafea, EUPHA, DG Sante 5.D. - Workshop: Paving the path to the health systems of the future

Moderator: Anne-Marie Yazbeck, Chafea

 

  • EU tools to support health system reforms  - Loukianos Gatzoulis, DG SANTE

 

  • Technical support / twinning - Sonia Mueller, VIGOUR

 

  • Financing support - Dita Protopopová, Mental Healthcare reform project, Ministry of Health, Czech Republic

Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Endoume 1
E. Public health policy and politics EUPHA, EUPHAnxt 5.E. - Skills building seminar: Making the elevator pitch work: how to convince a policymaker in less than 2 minutes
Chairperson(s): Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA, Maaike Droogers - EUPHA

Panelist
Michael Moore - Australia

Panelist
Ivan Erzen - Slovenia

Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Endoume 2
F. Maternal, child and adolescent health 5.F. - Pitch presentations: Sexual life, sexual health and gender: connecting the dots
Chairperson(s): Arjan van der Star - EUPHA (SGMH), Lara Tavoschi - Italy

Does Sense make sense? Mixed methods study of a Dutch sexual health program
Rosa Joosten - Netherlands

Sexuality education in Europe – An assessment of the current state, challenges and good practice
Laura Brockschmidt - Germany

PrEP users among Lisbon MSM Cohort participants – A first look after PrEP implementation in Portugal
Francisco Fernandes - Portugal

Prevalence of gonorrhea and chlamydia in a community clinic for Men who Have Sex with Men in Portugal
Sofia Ribeiro - Portugal

How to reach migrant transgender women in Paris? An example of collaborative sexual health action
Antoine Deslandes - France

Gender-specific health literacy of individuals with a migrant background: A mixed-method approach
Angela Aldin - Germany

Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Endoume 4
G. Chronic diseases 5.G. - Pitch presentations: Cardiovascular risk factors
Chairperson(s): Róza Ádány - EUPHA (PHG)

Identifying patients at risk of readmission for heart failure in the French national claim database
Panayotis Constantinou - France

Role of nurses to improve self-care in heart failure patients: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Azzurra Massimi - Italy

Cardiovascular disease risk factors of military: A comparative assessment with civilians
Bienvenu Bongue - France

Cardiovascular hospitalisation before and during the financial crisis among occupations in Taiwan
Yu-Hung Chang - Taiwan

Socioeconomic Inequalities in Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Turkey, 2008-2016
Erdem Erkoyun - Turkey

Risk of cardiovascular diseases after breast cancer: an analysis on a cohort of 1.3 million women
Fulvio Ricceri - Italy

Long working hours and mortality in Central and Eastern Europe: the HAPIEE study
Hynek Pikhart - Czechia

The Role of Niacin in Cardiovascular Disease Prevention: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
Elvira D'Andrea - Italy

Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Riou
H. Health services research, systems and economics TO REACH Consortium, EUPHA 5.H. - Workshop: Transferring innovation in health systems: The role of national mirror groups
Chairperson(s): Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - EUPHA, Karine Chevreul - France

The need for a transformation health systems research programme in Europe
Walter Ricciardi - WFPHA

Learning between European health systems: the nature of the challenge
Nick Fahy - United Kingdom

The achievements of the ToREACH project and next steps
Sabrina Montante - Belgium

Corinne Alberti - France

Matthias Wismar - European Observatory

Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Endoume 5
I. Infectious diseases control EC, Observatory 5.I. - Skills building seminar: How to improve vaccination coverage in the European Union?
Chairperson(s): Josep Figueras - European Observatory, Isabel de La Mata - European Commission - DG Sante

Recent European Union (EU) initiatives to support national vaccination efforts
Isabel de La Mata - European Commission - DG Sante

Vaccination programmes and health systems in the European Union. Report of the Expert Panel on effective ways of investing in Health
Martin McKee - United Kingdom

State of vaccine confidence in the European Union in 2018
Emilie Karafillakis - United Kingdom

The organization and delivery of vaccination services in the European Union
Bernd Rechel - European Observatory

Vaccination coverage in the European Union
Lucia Pastore Celentano - Sweden

Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Endoume 3
K. Mental health / LGBTI and minorities EUPHA (PMH) 5.K. - Skills building seminar: Measuring children mental health
Chairperson(s): Viviane Kovess-Masfety - France, Kerry Keyes - United States

Comparing children mental health across countries : challenges and results
Viviane Kovess-Masfety - France

Academic performance in mathematics and reading and self-reported mental health problems in children across Europe
Mathilde Husky - France

Psychiatric comorbidity and intellectual disability
Kerry Keyes - United States

Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Ratonneau
L. Health assessments / Elderly care / Cancer 5.L. - Oral presentations: Risk factors for cancer
Chairperson(s): Stefania Boccia - Italy

Smokeless tobacco and waterpie use and risk of lunbg cancer
Priyamvada Paudyal - United Kingdom

Mapping variation in breast cancer screening: Where to intervene?
Cindy Padilla - France

Clinical and policy contexts for cancer care: Evidence from Denmark, Ireland and Ontario (Canada).
Maureen Seguin - United Kingdom

The positive effect of workplace accommodations on employment five years after a cancer diagnosis
Caroline Alleaume - France

Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Marseilleveyre
M. Healthy living, food and nutrition 5.M. - Pitch presentations: Nutrition and food safety
Chairperson(s): Tatjana Buzeti - EUPHA (FN), Delphine Amstutz - Switzerland

Children’s food intake in relation to preschool-level facilitators and barriers of healthy nutrition
Reetta Lehto - Finland

How does education affect diet in women? A comparison between Central and Southern Europe cohorts
Antonella Agodi - Italy

Impact of Danish ban of industrial produced trans fatty acids on serum cholesterol levels 1993 – 2006
Kirsten Schroll Bjørnsbo - Denmark

Ultra-processed food intake and risk of type 2 diabetes in a French cohort of middle-aged adults
Bernard Srour - France

Effects of salt reduction on cardiovascular risk factors. The STRIVE-study.
Ulla Toft - Denmark

A future for all to INHERIT: taking integrated action on the environment, health and equity
Caroline Costongs - EuroHealthNet

Dietary pesticide exposure profiles in the NutriNet-Santé cohort
Pauline Rebouillat - France

Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Samena
N. Health information and health literacy EUPHA (HP) 5.N. - Round table: Health literacy and life skills: children and adolescents’ tools for health promotion
Chairperson(s): Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP), Carine Simar - France

French validation of a measurement scale of life skills for children.
Carine Simar - France

Portuguese cultural adaptation and validation of the European Health Literacy Survey (HLS-EU) for children aged 9 to 10 (HLS-EU-PTc)
Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP)

Health Literacy questionnaire development for 9 and 10 years old: a discussion of assessment tools!
Alcinda Reis - Portugal

Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Endoume 6
O. Global health and environmental change EUPHA (ENV) 5.O. - Workshop: Climate change and energy issues in our life-course and our environment
Chairperson(s): Peter Van Den Hazel - EUPHA (ENV), Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Climate and energy issues as preconditions for health and well being
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Impacts of transboundary coal air pollution from Balkan region to European public health
Vlatka Matkovic Puljic - Belgium

Healthy schools, healthy children – achieving climate-friendly and health promoting buildings for future generations
Anne Stauffer - Belgium

How to frame our behaviour in order to limit climate change?
Peter Van Den Hazel - EUPHA (ENV)

Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Mounine
P. Data, evidence and practice 5.P. - Pitch presentations: Prepare, prevent and protect
Chairperson(s): Fabiana Rubba - Italy, Maria Filomena Correia - Portugal

Development of a European Public Health Emergency Preparedness Training Toolkit
Stefano Guicciardi - Italy

Heat Waves and occupational injuries: the importance of a consistent working definition
Matteo Riccò - Italy

Google Trends and forecasting of influenza epidemics in Lithuania
Donatas Austys - Lithuania

Socioeconomic Status, Health Inequalities, and Solidarity Trends in a Mass Vaccination Campaign
Aviad Tur-Sinai - Israel

A practical composite risk score for the development of HUS from STEC infection
Christopher Carroll - Ireland

Impact of safety-engineered devices (SEDs) on the prevention of percutaneous injuries
Jacopo Garlasco - Italy

Rabies vaccination strategies in a western country: a cost evaluation
Anita Suijkerbuijk - Netherlands

Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Morgiou
Q. Health workforce / Health at work EUPHA (HSR), EUPHA (HWR) 5.Q. - Workshop: Health workforce meets HSR: Tackling regional inequalities in health service provision
Chairperson(s): Judith de Jong - EUPHA (HSR), Ellen Kuhlmann - Germany

Rural and urban general practice: a comparison in 34 countries
Peter Groenewegen - Netherlands

Regional shortages in a small country: how to provide the right care in the right place?
Johan Hansen - Netherlands

eHealth solutions to regional shortages in the health workforce
Luis Lapao - Portugal

Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Les Goudes 1
T. Digital public health DPH Conference 5.T. - DPH Plenary Session: The Challenges of Implementing Healthcare Technology and Innovation across Europe and Beyond

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Join the network meetings - Friday 22nd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Sugiton
Elena Petelos JTN32 - Country meeting Greece

This meeting is a networking opportunity for Greek delegates.



Poster walks - Friday 22nd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Garden Level
5.R. - Poster walk: Digital health and social media
Chairperson(s): Kate Honeyford - United Kingdom

5.R.1 - Educational Tools for the development of psychosocial skills in patient education
Pierre Sonnier - France

5.R.2 - Commuter e-bike use is associated with increased total physical activity over time
Bruno Chabanas - France

5.R.3 - Using e-health to shorten treatment delay in patients with severe aortic stenosis
Morgane Michel - France

5.R.4 - The use of digital devices in the field of healthcare in Bulgaria
Kristina Kilova - Bulgaria

5.R.5 - Assessment of the e-health system in the Kaunas City Outpatient Clinic
Snieguole Kaseliene - Lithuania

5.R.7 - How effective is AAL? Results from an RCT among older persons in Austria
Kerstin Loeffler - Austria

5.R.8 - Visualising Q - from the bootstrap to interactive graphics.
Anthony Staines - Ireland

5.R.9 - Training on health communication and social media: European public health residents’ perceptions.
Francesca de Nard - Italy

5.R.10 - A digitalized methodology to strengthen health equity: control, influence and participation
Moa Hallmyr - Sweden

5.R.11 - Social network and grief: a text mining analysis
Elisabetta Corvo - United Kingdom

5.R.12 - Media Freedom is the Primary Culprit for Depressive Disorders: A Cross-National Analysis
Yuchun Lin - Taiwan

5.R.13 - Parents and health professionals’ opinions on information tools on mandatory childhood vaccines
Pierre Verger - France

5.R.15 - The professional experience of a public health intern: How to promote health through a comic strip
Laetitia Leuci - France

Fri 22nd
11:10-12:10
Level 1
5.S. - Poster walk: Health at work, sickness absence and disability pension
Chairperson(s): Kristina Holmgren - Sweden

5.S.1 - Empowerment: a key to promote the health of people with disabilities
Séverine Lafitte - France

5.S.2 - How often do partial disability pensioners end up on a full disability pension?
Anu Polvinen - Finland

5.S.3 - Sickness absence and disability pension sequences before and after a bicycle crash; a Swedish study
Linnea Kjeldgård - Sweden

5.S.4 - Sickness absence trajectories following labour market participation patterns in Catalonia, 2012-2014
Julio Cesar Hernando Rodriguez - Spain

5.S.5 - Sick leave and disability pension before and after breast cancer diagnosis: a Swedish cohort study
Lingjing Chen - Sweden

5.S.8 - Effects of a work-stress intervention in Swedish primary care versus treatment as usual: RCT-study
Christine Sandheimer - Sweden

5.S.9 - Work disability before and after incident myocardial infarction and subsequent common mental disorder
Syed Rahman - Sweden

5.S.10 - Childhood adversities and chronic pain among midlife employees
Aino Salonsalmi - Finland

5.S.11 - Job demands & control among employees in Sweden aged 55-64 and labour market status 11 years later
Kristin Farrants - Sweden

5.S.12 - Health inequality and self-employment in South Korea
HyeJin Kim - Korea, South

5.S.13 - Age-group differences in associations of working hour characteristics and short sickness absences
Annina Ropponen - Finland

5.S.14 - Gender and psychological distress: contribution of work-family balance
Satu Viertiö - Finland


Join the network meetings - Friday 22nd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 22nd
12:30-13:30
Endoume 2
EUPHA (HTA) JTN14 - Health technology assessment: join the network

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Fri 22nd
12:30-13:30
Mounine
EUPHA (INJ) JTN15 - Injury prevention and safety promotion: join the network

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Fri 22nd
12:30-13:30
Callelongue gradin
EUPHA (IDC) JTN16 - Infectious diseases control: join the network

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Fri 22nd
12:30-13:30
Endoume 6
EUPHA (PHG) JTN17 - Public health genomics: join the network

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Fri 22nd
12:30-13:30
Riou
EUPHA (PMH) JTN18 - Public mental health: join the network

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Fri 22nd
12:30-13:30
Ratonneau
EUPHA (URB) JTN19 - Urban public health: join the network

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Fri 22nd
12:30-13:30
Endoume 3
EUPHA (HIA) JTN20 - Health impact assessment: join the network

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Fri 22nd
12:30-13:30
Callelongue parterre
EUPHA (HWR) JTN21 - Health workforce research: join the network

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Fri 22nd
12:30-13:30
Endoume 4
EUPHA (EPI) JTN22 - Public health epidemiology: join the network

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Fri 22nd
12:30-13:30
Endoume 5
EUPHA (PHMR) JTN23 - Public health monitoring and reporting: join the network

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Fri 22nd
12:30-13:30
Endoume 1
EUPHA (CHR) JTN6 - Chronic diseases: join the network

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Lunch symposiums - Friday 22nd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 22nd
12:30-13:30
Endoume 1
DG SANTE and CHAFEA, European Commission LS2 - Working together: The EU 3rd Health Programme as the enabler towards success

Moderator: Dineke Zeegers Paget, Executive Director, EUPHA

 

Speakers/Panellists:
Donata Meroni - Chafea EU Health Programme 
Tit Albreht - 3 joint actions on Cancer 
Christos Hadjichristodoulou - EU HEALTHY GATEWAYS joint action
Andrea Pavlickova - Scirocco Exchange Integrated care and health systems reforms
Anne Sophie Lapointe - European Reference Networks



Friday 22nd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 22nd
13:40-14:40
Plenary Hall (Palais des Événements)
Observatory, ASPHER PL4 - Plenary 4: Bridging towards the future of public health in Europe (II). Can we and how do we ensure Health in All EU Policies?

Organisers: European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, ASPHER

Moderators: Josep Figueras, Director European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies; Naomi Nathan, ASPHER

Keynote speaker/Panellists:

  • Anne Bucher, Director-General, Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety (DG SANTE), European Commission
  • Scott L Greer, Professor Health Management and Policy, University of Michigan, United States
  • John Middleton, President Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region (ASPHER)
  • Marian Harkin, Chair of All Policies for a Healthy Europe, Former Member of the European Parliament

Andrija Stampar medal ceremony:

  • Gaetano Maria Fara, Professor Emeritus of Public Health, Sapienza University of Rome

Newsroom:

  • Dorli Kahr-Gottlieb, Secretary General of the European Health Forum Gastein
  • Naomi Nathan, ASPHER Fellow

Please download more information on the plenary here.


Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Les Goudes 2
A. Solidarity in health 6.A. - Oral presentations: Ferenc Bojan: young investigator award session
Chairperson(s): Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA (CHR), Alastair Leyland - United Kingdom

Health coach online - health benefits on the citizens terms
Moa Kuitunen - Sweden

Egg consumption and risk of total and cause-specific mortality in a Mediterranean population
Licia Iacoviello - Italy

Nutritional quality of food consumed (graded by the FSAm-NPS / Nutri-Score) and mortality in Europe
Mélanie Deschasaux - France

Consumption of ultra-processed foods and the risk of overweight, obesity, and weight trajectories
Bernard Srour - France

Relationship between sleep patterns and multimorbidity in the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging
Saverio Stranges - Luxembourg

Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Callelongue gradin
B. Migration and health 6.B. - Pitch presentations: Health of refugees in Europe
Chairperson(s): Santino Severoni - WHO EURO, Kalonde Kasengele - United Kingdom

Difference in access to health care for newly arrived refugees in Germany: a natural quasi-experiment
Judith Wenner - Germany

Explaining healthcare among unaccompanied minor refugees: a realist review
Hanna-Sophie Ulrich - Germany

Contraceptive use among undocumented migrant women seen by Médecins du Monde in the Humanitarian Hub
Felipe Rojas Lopez - Belgium

Injuries of adult asylum seekers in Finland: results of the 2018 TERTTU-health and well-being survey
Ferdinand Garoff - Finland

Health of asylum seeker children in Finland: a total population health examination survey (TERTTU).
Natalia Skogberg - Finland

Chronic pain and migration-related factors among Syrian refugees: a cross-sectional study
Elisabeth Strømme - Norway

Antonovsky meets Honneth or: The sense of coherence and intersubjective forms of recognition
Ulrike Garstenauer - Austria

Contexts between mental health of fledged people and compassion competence in the care
Sabine Steiner - Austria

Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Callelongue parterre
C. Digital applications in health 6.C. - Oral presentations: The impact of digital technologies on health management
Chairperson(s): Anna Odone - Italy, Constance Boissin - Sweden

The impact of Internet use on mental wellbeing and health behaviours among persons with disability
Mariusz Duplaga - Poland

An automatic platform to monitor Web 2.0 presence of Healthcare Providers in Italy
Angelo D'ambrosio - Italy

Identifying and describing a model region to evaluate the impact of telemedicine
Lorenz Harst - Germany

Health and web for women: preliminary results of “SEI Donna” survey
Loredana Covolo - Italy

Short-term and long-term effectiveness of an e-coaching application; the INHERIT project
Pania Karnaki - Greece

Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Sormiou
D. European and global health WHO EURO 6.D. - Round table: Measuring values: enhancing how WHO monitors and reports on health and well-being
Chairperson(s): Nick Fahy - United Kingdom

Jane South - United Kingdom

Glenn Laverack - Switzerland

Mark Hanson - United Kingdom

Scott Greer - United States

Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Endoume 1
E. Public health policy and politics IARC, INCa 6.E. - Workshop: Population attributable fraction: methodologies, utilization and translations into public health messages
Chairperson(s): Julie Gaillot - France

Population Perception and Estimated Contribution of Lifestyle and Environmental Factors on the National Burden of Cancer in France
Isabelle Soerjomataram - Netherlands

Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Endoume 2
F. Maternal, child and adolescent health 6.F. - Pitch presentations: Maternal and perinatal health
Chairperson(s): Sonia Saxena - United Kingdom, Natia Skhvitaridze - Georgia

Physical violence during pregnancy: national data from France
Marie-Josephe Saurel-Cubizolles - France

Effects of maternity waiting homes on perinatal deaths in an Ethiopian hospital.A case-control study
Sofia Zanovello - Italy

Breatsfeeding supression in a Spanish referral hospital (2011-17): a retrospective cohort study
Anna Llupià i García - Spain

Dietary patterns and gestational weight gain: evidence from the “Mamma & Bambino” cohort
Andrea Maugeri - Italy

Tobacco smoking in pregnant women: fifty years of evolution in France
Nolwenn Regnault - France

Monitoring Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder during the neonatal period in France
Nolwenn Regnault - France

Deprivation & preterm birth predict speech & language at 27-30 months among 26,341 British children.
Daniela Ene - United Kingdom

Adverse pregnancy outcomes and long-term risk of maternal renal disease: a systematic review
Peter Barrett - Ireland

Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Endoume 4
G. Chronic diseases 6.G. - Pitch presentations: Trends in diabetes and hypertension management
Chairperson(s): Charles Agyemang - Netherlands, Jade Soh - Singapore

The Entred 3 study: a national representative sample of people with diabetes, 3rd edition-France-2019
Valerie Henry - France

Trends of diabetes-delated preventable hospitalizations in an italian region from 2006 to 2015
Fabrizio Cedrone - Italy

Motivation for change, cornerstone of diabetes self-management in patients with type 2 diabetes
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Peer support for socially vulnerable citizens with diabetes: Bridging the gap to the health system
Stine Dandanell Garn - Denmark

Trends by gender and predictors of diabetes-related amputations: an Italian regional analysis
Piera Scampoli - Italy

Trends in diabetes prevalence, awareness, treatment, control in Yangon, Myanmar between 2004-2014
Wai Phyo Aung - Norway

Prevalence of hypertension and diabetes in Finland by different data sources
Päivikki Koponen - Finland

Education and hypertension in the CONSTANCES cohort: which factors mediate this association?
Lola Neufcourt - France

Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Riou
H. Health services research, systems and economics Observatory 6.H. - Workshop: Quality strategies in European health systems: assessing their nature, use and effectiveness
Chairperson(s): Ewout Van Ginneken - Germany, Niek Klazinga - Netherlands

Understanding quality of care and analyzing different strategies to assure and improve it
Reinhard Busse - Germany

Key components of international and European governance for quality of care
Willy Palm - Belgium

Regulation of health care professionals as a quality strategy
Dimitra Panteli - Germany

External institutional strategies for health care organizations as a quality strategy
Elke Berger - Germany

“Pay for Quality” (P4Q) as a quality strategy
Wilm Quentin - Germany

Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Endoume 5
I. Infectious diseases control 6.I. - Pitch presentations: Vaccination policy and infectious diseases
Chairperson(s): Michael Edelstein - United Kingdom, Hikombo Hitoto - France

Increasing HPV vaccination uptake among adolescents: A Systematic Review
Chiara de Waure - EUPHA (HTA)

Knowledge and attitudes about Human Papillomavirus and its prevention in Italian students, 2018.
Federico Romanese - Italy

Awareness of HPV and drivers of HPV vaccine uptake among university students in Italy
Marco Fonzo - Italy

Determinants of the intention to vaccinate with MMR among pregnant women from the City of Rome.
Annalisa Rosso - Italy

Measles outbreak at the Val Thorens ski station, France, 2019
Elise Brottet - France

Measles outbreak in a public hospital, Szczecin, Poland, January 2019
Cyrus Alain Koenig - France

Screening for tuberculosis among newly arrived migrants in France. Results from a practice study.
Nicolas Vignier - France

HCV test&treat in Milan prisons-an effective strategy for microelimination and health gaps reduction
Lara Tavoschi - Italy

Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Endoume 3
K. Mental health / LGBTI and minorities EUPHA (SGMH) 6.K. - Workshop: Addressing the mental health needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender populations
Chairperson(s): John Pachankis - United States, Arjan van der Star - EUPHA (SGMH)

Web-based training and supervision for LGBT-affirmative mental health practice: A randomized controlled trial
Corina Lelutiu-Weinberger - United States

Reduction in mental health treatment utilization among transgender individuals after gender-affirming surgeries: A total population study
Richard Bränström - EUPHA (SGMH)

Well Being of Older Gay and Bisexual Men and Women in England: Results of a Cross-Sectional Population Based Study
Igor Grabovac - Austria

The role of country-level structural stigma on sexual orientation disclosure and discrimination in health care settings among lesbian, gay, and bisexuals across Europe
John Pachankis - United States

Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Ratonneau
L. Health assessments / Elderly care / Cancer EUPHA (PMH) 6.L. - Round table: Substance use disorders (SUD)
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH), Martin McKee - United Kingdom

Panel
Martin McKee - United Kingdom

Henrique Barros - Portugal

Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Marseilleveyre
M. Healthy living, food and nutrition 6.M. - Pitch presentations: Health behaviours
Chairperson(s): Eric Breton - France, Donatas Austys - Lithuania

Healthy behaviours and risk of all-cause mortality
Jouni Lahti - Finland

Smoking among immigrants in Norway, results from the Living Condition Survey among immigrants 2016
Marte Kjøllesdal - Norway

Is problematic Internet use associated with substance use among youth? A systematic review
Stéphanie Lanthier-Labonté - Canada

Whole systems approaches to obesity and other complex public health challenges: a systematic review
Anne-Marie Bagnall - United Kingdom

Electronic cigarette use and smoking reduction – longitudinal data from CONSTANCES cohort study.
Ramchandar Gomajee - France

Combined healthy lifestyle factors and risk of all-cause and cardiovascular first hospitalization
Licia Iacoviello - Italy

Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Samena
N. Health information and health literacy EUPHA (FN) 6.N. - Skills building seminar: Innovative future meal services targeting old people in Europe
Chairperson(s): Enni Mertanen - Finland, Lise Justesen - Denmark

An innovative rehabilitating meals-on-wheels service for frail old people
Anette Due - Denmark

The Breakfast Club – co-creational meal practices as rehabilitation strategies in nursing homes
Lise Justesen - Denmark

More variable food and nutrition services for young old
Enni Mertanen - Finland

Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Endoume 6
O. Global health and environmental change EUPHA, EUPHA (HIA), EUPHA (ENV) 6.O. - Workshop: Greening the European Public Health conferences, and beyond
Chairperson(s): Rainer Fehr - Germany, Peter Van Den Hazel - EUPHA (ENV)

Greening the European Public Health conferences – The Green Club
Julian Mamo - Malta

Using the WHO EURO checklist for healthy and sustainable meetings
Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA

Towards quantifying CO2 emissions from EPH conference travel
Rainer Fehr - Germany

Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Mounine
P. Data, evidence and practice University of Copenhagen 6.P. - Workshop: The Danish MAMAACT trial as an example for discussing evaluation methods in complex interventions
Chairperson(s): Sarah Fredsted Villadsen - Denmark, Helle Johnsen - Denmark

Differences in stillbirth and infant mortality by maternal country of birth and descent in Denmark
Trine Damsted Rasmussen - Denmark

What can we learn from the national implementation of The MAMAACT intervention?
Helle Johnsen - Denmark

Ethnic disparity in health literacy related to interaction with the health care provider
Sarah Fredsted Villadsen - Denmark

Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Morgiou
Q. Health workforce / Health at work EUPHA (HP) 6.Q. - Workshop: Health Literacy in the workplace: from health literate organizations to resilient individuals
Chairperson(s): Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP), Carine Simar - France

Health literacy and ehealth tools to improve quality of life
Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP)

From health care hospitals to health literate organizations: the case of health literacy of health workers in Brazil
Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP)

Migration and integration: the case of health literacy (HLS-EU-PT) as a foundation to promote cultural sensitiveness
Alcinda Reis - Portugal

Communicating with migrants: children's health literacy, digital technology, health promotion tools
Alcinda Reis - Portugal

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

Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Les Goudes 1
T. Digital public health DPH Conference 6.T. - Oral presentations: DPH - Digital public health conference

Meet Industrial Design and Geoscience: a Survey on Data-Driven Research to Promote Public Health and Vitality
Xipei Ren (Eindhoven University of Technology) et al.

Assessing the relationship between various climatic risk factors and mosquito abundance in Recife, Brazil
Anwar Musah (University College London) et al.

Prediction of ZIKA Virus Suitability in Recife (Brazil) using Online Extreme Learning and Neural Networks
Adrian Rubio-Solis (Center for Engineering and Industrial Development – CIDESI Mexico) et al.

Spatio-temporal analysis of flu-related drugs uptake in an online cohort in England
Daniela Perrotta (ISI Foundation) et al.



Poster walks - Friday 22nd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Garden Level
6.R. - Poster walk: Mother and child health
Chairperson(s): Danielle Jansen - EUPHA (CAPH), Karin Boode - Netherlands

6.R.1 - Preterm delivery is associated with long-term risk of maternal renal disease
Peter Barrett - Ireland

6.R.2 - Global trends in incidence and mortality of neonatal encephalopathy due to birth asphyxia and trauma
Kathryn Lau - United States

6.R.4 - Breastfeeding and Birth mode: comparative analysis between elective and in-labor caesarean section
Margherita Napolitani - Italy

6.R.5 - Maternal obesity and severe preeclampsia among immigrant women: a mediation analysis
Elie Azria - France

6.R.6 - Combined effect of adverse childhood experiences and young age on self-harm ideation after birth
Satomi Doi - Japan

6.R.7 - The impact of psychosocial factors on breastfeeding duration in the BaBi cohort study, Germany
Celine Miani - Germany

6.R.8 - Postpartum women’s experience of abuse in childhood, postnatal depression, and thoughts of self-harm
Sung-Hyun Cho - Korea, South

6.R.9 - Prenatal care: missed opportunity for HBV prevention in women of childbearing age in rural Senegal
Tchadine Djaogol - France

6.R.10 - Perception of health risk linked to environmental factors by pregnant women.
MP Sauvant-Rochat - France

6.R.11 - Effect of smoking behaviour before and during pregnancy on Low head circumference at birth
Olga Kharkova - Russia

6.R.12 - Does the over-medicalisation of pregnancy help to improve neonatal outcomes?
Claudia Cuccaro - Italy

6.R.13 - Maternal dietary patterns during early pregnancy and birth weight in Japan
Takahiro Yamashita - Japan

6.R.14 - Capacity Building in Nurturing Care in Serbia
Anđelka Grujičić - Serbia

6.R.15 - Breastfeeding-related social media: an online survey of UK mothers’ perceptions
Shelina Visram - United Kingdom

Fri 22nd
14:50-15:50
Level 1
6.S. - Poster walk: Environmental health
Chairperson(s): Melanie Boeckmann - Germany, Julia Nowacki - Germany

6.S.1 - Household disaster preparedness: a survey research results after the wildfires in Portugal, 2017
Mariana Augusta Lopes De Matos Pinheiro Carreira Neto - Portugal

6.S.2 - Monitoring air pollution effects on children for supporting public health policies (MAPEC_LIFE study)
Elisabetta Ceretti - Italy

6.S.3 - Neighborhood disparities in stroke and socioeconomic, urban-rural factors using stroke registry.
Cindy Padilla - France

6.S.5 - Individual and process factors influencing user’s satisfaction with Housing First services
Sandrine Loubiere - France

6.S.8 - Comprehensive unhealthy lifestyle is associated with alcohol consumption as J-shaped curve
Ippei Shimoshikiryo - Japan

6.S.10 - Prenatal exposure of extra vitamin D from fortification and later risk of inflammatory bowel disease
Katrine Sidenius Duus - Denmark

6.S.11 - Individual-level high definition spatial distribution of mammography uptake in Geneva (Switzerland)
José Luis Sandoval - Switzerland

6.S.12 - Prognostic and Predictive biomarkers in a Mediterranean cohort (Review from Atena Project)
Fabiana Rubba - Italy

6.S.14 - Against lead poisoning: effectiveness of housing first and counselling in the home
Remi Laporte - France


Friday 22nd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 22nd
16:20-17:50
Les Goudes 2
A. Solidarity in health Babes-Bolyai University 7.A. - Workshop: Capacity building in public health in Northern Africa.A common effort to develop training programmes
Chairperson(s): Razvan M Chereches - Romania, Arja Aro - Denmark

Strengthening public health research capacity to inform evidence-based policies in Tunisia / CONFIDE
Elena Maria Bozdog - Romania

Centres for Evidence-base Public Health in Tunisia- development, tasks and opportunities
Cheikhrouhou Fatma - Tunisia

Dissemination of the capacity building results - tools adapted to the local context
Kalthoum Kallel - Tunisia

How does capacity building in public health work? Insights from the midterm evaluation of the CONFIDE project
Maria Palianopoulou - Denmark

Capacity building process – medical curricula implications on the long term
Mohamed Ben Rejeb - Tunisia

Fri 22nd
16:20-17:50
Callelongue gradin
B. Migration and health INSERM 7.B. - Workshop: Screening infectious diseases amongst migrants in Europe: The diversity of policies
Chairperson(s): Martin Duracinsky - France, Manish Pareek - United Kingdom

Community-based testing of migrants for infectious diseases in the UK (COMBAT-ID)
Manish Pareek - United Kingdom

A new strategy for screening infectious diseases amongst migrants: the STRADA study
Martin Duracinsky - France

Screening TB in asylum seekers in Switzerland: comparing chest X-ray and interview-based system
Jean-Pierre Zellweger - Switzerland

Integrating HBV, HCV and HIV screening in tuberculosis entry screening for migrants in the Netherlands
Janneke Bil - Netherlands

Fri 22nd
16:20-17:50
Callelongue parterre
C. Digital applications in health BZgA, RIVM, EuroHealthNet 7.C. - Workshop: Best practice portals for public health policies and interventions
Chairperson(s): Yvette Shajanian Zarneh - Germany, Anne-Catherine Viso - France

The good practice portal in Germany and considerations towards integrating best evidence
Yvette Shajanian Zarneh - Germany

Innovative strategies for the implementation of best practices
Djoeke Dale Van - Netherlands

Challenges to create an evidence-based programme register in France
Pierre Arwidson - France

Development and use of best practice portals: a European perspective
Alison Maassen - Belgium

Fri 22nd
16:20-17:50
Sormiou
D. European and global health EUPHA 7.D. - Round table: The new EUPHA strategy 2020-2025: what are the new skills public health professionals need
Chairperson(s): Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA, Marieke Verschuuren - Netherlands

The changing context of public health in Europe
Martin McKee - United Kingdom

EUPHA strategy 2020-2025: Achieving a triple A rating for health in Europe
Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - EUPHA

Panelists:
Danijela Stimac Grbic - HDJZ

Yves Charpak - SFSP

Jorid Grimeland - NOPHA

Pasquale Cacciatore - EUPHAnxt

Walter Ricciardi - WFPHA

Kasia Czabanowska - ASPHER

Fri 22nd
16:20-17:50
Endoume 1
E. Public health policy and politics Observatory 7.E. - Workshop: Everything you always wanted to know about EU health policy but were afraid to ask
Chairperson(s): Matthias Wismar - European Observatory

Scott Greer - United States

Holly Jarman - United States

Nick Fahy - United Kingdom

Willy Palm - Belgium

Fri 22nd
16:20-17:50
Endoume 2
F. Maternal, child and adolescent health EHESP 7.F. - Skills building seminar: How can data on adolescents’ health behavior contribute to public health policies? Lessons from HBSC
Chairperson(s): Emmanuelle Godeau - France

Using HBSC data as part of Ireland’s key policy documents: the example of wellbeing
Michal Molcho - Ireland

Using data from the HBSC study for evidence-based suicide prevention in Luxembourg
Claire van Duin - Luxembourg

School Health Research Network Wales: Development, implementation & contributing to public health policy
Gillian Hewitt - United Kingdom

Learning from success: implementation & evaluation of a national program
Yossi Harel-Fisch - Israel

Using a bio-ecological framework to understand determinants of adolescent mental health: implications for policy
Candace Currie - United Kingdom

Fri 22nd
16:20-17:50
Endoume 4
G. Chronic diseases MILDECA, WHO EURO 7.G. - Workshop: Implementing cost-effective policies to reduce the burden of alcohol in the European region: national and local experiences?
Chairperson(s): Carina Ferreira-Borges - WHO EURO, Nicolas Prisse - France

Priority policies and current status of alcohol control in the WHO European Region
Carina Ferreira-Borges - WHO EURO

Promoting the coherence and efficiency of inter-sectorial public action: the experience of implementing minimum unit pricing in Scotland
Louise Feenie - United Kingdom

Rethinking how to strengthen the health system – the Russian experience
Artyom Gil - Russia

Experience, challenges and support required by local authorities to implement alcohol control policies
Josian Hoareau - France

Fri 22nd
16:20-17:50
Riou
H. Health services research, systems and economics EUPHA (PHMR), EUPHA (URB) 7.H. - Skills building seminar: Population health monitoring goes upstream to improve the uptake of the wider health determinants
Chairperson(s): Nicole Rosenkötter - EUPHA (PHMR), Claudia Costa - Portugal

Geospatial data sources to produce new evidence for routine population health monitoring
Claudia Costa - Portugal

TEAviisari – benchmarking health promotion capacity-building in Finnish municipalities
Vesa Saaristo - Finland

Measuring health and well-being with the help of the community
Greg Williams - United Kingdom

Monitoring upstream determinants of dietary health to increase action on nutrition: The INFORMAS initiative
Stefanie Vandevijvere - Belgium

Fri 22nd
16:20-17:50
Endoume 5
I. Infectious diseases control RIVM 7.I. - Workshop: Reaching out to engaging the risk groups: online respondent-driven methods for public health
Chairperson(s): Aura Timen - EUPHA (IDC), Anna Thorson - Sweden

Example A: Using online respondent-driven sampling among men who have sex with men in Vietnam
Luis Rocha - United Kingdom

Example B: Using online respondent-driven sampling among Moroccan immigrants in the Netherlands
Nora Hamdiui - Netherlands

Example C: Using online respondent-driven detection for communicable disease control
Yannick Helms - Netherlands

Fri 22nd
16:20-17:50
Endoume 3
K. Mental health / LGBTI and minorities PICUM 7.K. - Workshop: Leaving no one outside: strategies for improving delivery of care undocumented migrants in Europe
Chairperson(s): Alyna Smith - Belgium

Coordinator
Santino Severoni - WHO EURO

Professor
Jeffrey Lazarus - Spain

Adjunct Professor
Daniel Lopez-Acuña - Spain

Advocacy Officer
Alyna Smith - Belgium

Fri 22nd
16:20-17:50
Ratonneau
L. Health assessments / Elderly care / Cancer EUPHA (HIA), EUPHA (ENV) 7.L. - Workshop: Health in Environmental Impact Assessment: getting serious about primary prevention
Chairperson(s): Piedad Martin-Olmedo - Spain, Peter Van Den Hazel - EUPHA (ENV)

The amended EIA directive creates opportunities for public health
Ben Cave - United Kingdom

Political support for the institutionalization of health assessment within Environmental Impact Assessment
Francisco Javier Rodríguez Rasero - Spain

Role of the health sector in EIA
Marco Martuzzi - Germany

Skills and knowledge to facilitate competence for health and wellbeing in Environmental Impact Assessment
Liz Green - United Kingdom

Health in Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA): Gaining strength from the ‘Family of health assessments’ approach
Rainer Fehr - Germany

Fri 22nd
16:20-17:50
Marseilleveyre
E. Public health policy and politics INSERM 7.M. - Workshop: Cohorts: coordinated tools for decision support
Chairperson(s): Charles Persoz - France

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

The Constances cohort
Marie Zins - France

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

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

Fri 22nd
16:20-17:50
Samena
N. Health information and health literacy EUPHA (HP), Bielefeld University, NIVEL, CAPHRI at Maastricht University, Newcastle University, Global Health Literacy Academy, M-POHL Network WHO 7.N. - Workshop: Health literacy: an asset to public health policy
Chairperson(s): Orkan Okan - EUPHA (HP), Jany Rademakers - Netherlands

Health literacy policy to promote public health in Europe
Gill Rowlands - United Kingdom

Health literacy policies and activities: developments in the past five years
Jany Rademakers - Netherlands

Health literacy policy-making regarding children and adolescents
Orkan Okan - EUPHA (HP)

Cancer literacy applied in national cancer control plans – from policy to strategic guidelines in the EU
Kristine Sørensen - Denmark

The action network for measuring population and organizational health literacy (M-POHL) and its Health Literacy Survey 2019 (HLS19)
Dietscher Christina - Austria

Fri 22nd
16:20-17:50
Endoume 6
O. Global health and environmental change WHO RHN, Østfold University College, Norwegian University for Life Sciences 7.O. - Round table: Academic institutions and regional governments: two worlds apart?
Chairperson(s): Francesco Zambon - WHO EURO

Joining two worlds - When academia meets real life and vice versa
Jo Ese - Norway

Partnerships for public health between regional governments and academic institutions – status quo in European regions
Camilla Ihlebaek - Norway

Panel discussion
Klara Dokova - Bulgaria

Panel discussion
Liesbeth van Holten - Netherlands

Panel discussion
Cordell Neudorf - Canada

Anni Skipstein - Norway

Fri 22nd
16:20-17:50
Mounine
P. Data, evidence and practice Region Västra Götaland 7.P. - Workshop: Digital quality assurance of equitable public health interventions: why, how and examples
Chairperson(s): Per-Olof Östergren - Sweden, Maria Magnusson - Sweden

Ground pillars of a method for quality assurance of public health work
Maria Magnusson - Sweden

Health Equilibrium Methodology (HEM), a digital tool in public health work for health equity
Moa Hallmyr - Sweden

Implementing HEM in the assessment of oral health promotion to families in underserved areas
Katharina Wretlind - Sweden

Fri 22nd
16:20-17:50
Morgiou
Q. Health workforce / Health at work EUPHA (HWR), EUPHA (HSR), EUPHA (PHPP) 7.Q. - Workshop: Care4Care: the migrant care workforce in Europe
Chairperson(s): Ellen Kuhlmann - Germany, Judith de Jong - EUPHA (HSR)

The migrant health workforce in European countries: does anybody care?
Ellen Kuhlmann - Germany

Italy: nationalist anti-migrant policies and emigration of Italian health professions
Emmanuele Pavolini - Italy

Austria: target country for care workers despite increased anti-migration policies
Michelle Falkenbach - Austria

Panel: Care4Care: what is it about the migrant care workforce and how to improve inclusion?
Gabrielle Jacob - Denmark

Fri 22nd
16:20-17:50
Les Goudes 1
T. Digital public health DPH Conference 7.T. - Oral presentations: DPH - Digital public health conference

Comparison of Text Mining Feature Extraction Methods Using Moderated vs Non-Moderated Blogs: An Autism Perspective
Abu Saleh Md Tayeen (New Mexico State University) et al.

Multi-instance Learning for Bipolar Disorder Diagnosis using Weakly Labelled Speech Data
Zhao Ren (University of Augsburg) et al.

Unsupervised Classification of Health Content on Reddit
Joana Barros (Insight Centre for Data Analytics, Data Science Institute, National University of Ireland) et al.



Poster walks - Friday 22nd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 22nd
16:20-17:20
Garden Level
7.R. - Poster walk: Health systems and economics
Chairperson(s): Ronald Batenburg - Netherlands, Filipa Sampaio - Sweden

7.R.1 - The Public Health Implications of Brexit: A Health Impact Assessment Approach
Liz Green - United Kingdom

7.R.2 - Unpaid carer inequalities : a public health concern
Susan Carr - United Kingdom

7.R.3 - Shifting the Gravity of Spending: Assessing the impact of PHE’s Prioritisation Framework
Gregory Maniatopoulos - United Kingdom

7.R.4 - Determinants of frequent use of primary care in the German healthcare system
Alexander Rommel - Germany

7.R.5 - Does the take up of public insurance programs improves health care consumption of poor individuals ?
Benoît Carré - France

7.R.6 - Evaluation of polypharmacy in Japan using the national health insurance claims database in 2015-2017
Jinsang Park - Japan

7.R.8 - Unmet dental health care needs among adults in Serbia, Survey on Income and Living Conditions 2017
Jovana Todorovic - Serbia

7.R.9 - Atlases of variation for elective surgery to tackle wasteful care
Brigitte Piso - Austria

7.R.10 - Pay for performance scheme for general practitioners in France : results in 2018
Alice Atramont - France

7.R.11 - Cost-effectiveness analysis of the Un Chez Soi d’Abord randomized controlled trial: a Markov model
Sandrine Loubiere - France

7.R.12 - Medical costs associated with childhood maltreatment history among Japanese older people
Aya Isumi - Japan

7.R.14 - Mathematical modeling of medical equipment needs for public health purposes
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

7.R.15 - Economic burden of HIV disease from 2012 to 2017 based on the French national claim database (SNDS)
Laurence Pestel - France

Fri 22nd
16:20-17:20
Level 1
7.S. - Poster walk: Infectious diseases control
Chairperson(s): Maria Ganczak - Poland, Moran Ki - Korea, South

7.S.1 - The recent Italian vaccination law and the role of Local Health Authorities: the case of LHA Roma 1
Emanuela Maria Frisicale - Italy

7.S.2 - Azienda Sanitaria Locale Roma 4: the external evaluation as strategy to improve vaccination services
Clara Fusillo - Italy

7.S.3 - A systematic review of factors influencing pregnant women’s future vaccination choices
Annalisa Rosso - Italy

7.S.4 - Are midwives ready to fight vaccine hesitancy? First results from an Italian cross-sectional study.
Azzurra Massimi - Italy

7.S.5 - Healthcare Workers’ attitudes towards mandatory influenza vaccination: a systematic review
Michele Corezzi - Italy

7.S.6 - Impact of hepatitis B vaccine in Tunisia 20 years after its introduction
Aicha Lahchaichi - Tunisia

7.S.8 - Vaccine Prevention of Paediatric Chronic Lung Disease: Targeting Haemophilus
Magdalene Parkes - Australia

7.S.9 - Serologic antibody response to quadrivalent influenza vaccination in Polish elderly patients
Paulina Dubiel - Poland

7.S.10 - Being Born during a Flu Pandemic as Risk Factors for Development of Schizophrenia
Francisco Guillen Grima - Spain

7.S.11 - Severe outcomes following invasive pneumococcal disease in adults in France
Kostas Danis - France

7.S.14 - Improving access to post-exposure prophylaxis for Lyme disease: a role for community pharmacists
Geneviève Baron - Canada

7.S.15 - Advancement of hepatic fibrosis among general women with/without NAFLD
Rie Ibusuki - Japan


Extra activities - Friday 22nd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 22nd
19:30-22:55
EPH Conference CDD - Conference dinner and dance

Saturday 23rd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Les Goudes 2
A. Solidarity in health 8.A. - Pitch presentations: Women's health
Chairperson(s): Nikola Komlenac - Austria, Shuby Puthussery - United Kingdom

“People expect you to work like you don’t have a child but be a mum like you don’t have a job'
Lynne Rush - United Kingdom

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Callelongue gradin
B. Migration and health 8.B. - Oral presentations: Welcoming refugees: from monitoring to practice
Chairperson(s): Allan Krasnik - EUPHA (MIG), István Szilárd - Hungary

Surveillance of health and primary care of asylum seekers in reception centers: concept and results
Rosa Jahn - Germany

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

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

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

Participatory practice with queer refugees in Germany
Tanja Gangarova - Germany

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Callelongue parterre
C. Digital applications in health 8.C. - Pitch presentations: Digital technologies: future in care
Chairperson(s): Dimitra Panteli - Germany, Robin Ohannessian - France

Establishment of Centrе of competence “Leonardo Da Vinci” in Medical University of Pleven, Bulgaria
Silviya Yankulovska - Bulgaria

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Sormiou
D. European and global health 8.D. - Pitch presentations: Infectious disease surveillance and control in the African region
Chairperson(s): Maryse Simonet Camara - France

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

Asymptomatic malaria : building bridges with communities through patients in Côte d'Ivoire
Annita Hounsa épouse Alla - Ghana

Surveillance of dengue: evolution of surveillance strategies during a large outbreak, Réunion, France
Jamel Daoudi - France

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Endoume 1
E. Public health policy and politics 8.E. - Pitch presentations: Informing the health policy process
Chairperson(s): Olivier Grimaud - France, Miguel José Cabral de Pinho - Portugal

Health and healthcare in the year 2040 – Facts for planning a complex and uncertain future
Birger Forsberg - Sweden

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Endoume 2
F. Maternal, child and adolescent health 8.F. - Pitch presentations: Promoting child centred health systems
Chairperson(s): Ilona Koupil - Sweden

Validation of a Screening Tool for Social Vulnerability in Pediatrics
Remi Laporte - France

Can nurses improve self-management among pediatric patients? A systematic review and meta-analysis
Corrado De Vito - Italy

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

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

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

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

Estimation of direct cost related to asthma among school-age children with asthma
Maha Dardouri - Tunisia

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Endoume 4
G. Chronic diseases 8.G. - Pitch presentations: The breadth of public health
Chairperson(s): Klaus D. Pluemer - Germany

Models and evidence of intersectoral cooperation in prevention and health promotion
Ulla Walter - Germany

The development of a monitoring instrument to measure the strength of health promoting systems
Annemarie Wagemakers - Netherlands

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Riou
H. Health services research, systems and economics 8.H. - Pitch presentations: Hospitals, public health and safety
Chairperson(s): S G Sarwar Shah - United Kingdom

Measuring organizational performance. A review of the dimensions of hospital performance indicators
Elettra Carini - Italy

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Endoume 5
I. Infectious diseases control 8.I. - Pitch presentations: Improving vaccine confidence: actions and outcomes
Chairperson(s): Ricardo Mexia - Portugal

Misconceptions and lack of vaccine confidence: even First Responders are not spared
Matteo Riccò - Italy

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

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

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

The use of ICT to increase vaccination uptake: state of the evidence from experimental studies
Aurea Oradini Alacreu - Italy

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Endoume 3
K. Mental health / LGBTI and minorities 8.K. - Pitch presentations: Determinants of mental health
Chairperson(s): Amal Khanolkar - United Kingdom, Insa Backhaus - Italy

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Ratonneau
L. Health assessments / Elderly care / Cancer 8.L. - Pitch presentations: Population health patterns
Chairperson(s): Róza Ádány - EUPHA (PHG)

The decomposition of life expectancy for age and cause of death in Tuscany, Italy
Francesco Gori - Italy

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

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Marseilleveyre
M. Healthy living, food and nutrition 8.M. - Oral presentations: Interventions to change behaviours
Chairperson(s): Britta Renner - Germany, Sara Mc Quinn - EUPHAnxt Co-ordinator

Effects of a behavioural approach on lifestyle habits : a before-after interventional study
Emilia Guberti - Italy

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

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

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Samena
N. Health information and health literacy 8.N. - Pitch presentations: Citizen and patient access to information and participation
Chairperson(s): Elena Petelos - Greece

Public participation in health data governance: a scoping review
Cláudia De Freitas - Portugal

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

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

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

“Patient participation”: Towards a conceptual model and dimensions’ descriptions.
Beatrice Scholtes - Belgium

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

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

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Endoume 6
O. Global health and environmental change Sciensano 8.O. - Skills building seminar: Environmental Burden of Disease: methods and applications
Chairperson(s): Brecht Devleesschauwer - Belgium

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

Environmental Burden of Disease in the Netherlands
Henk Hilderink - Netherlands

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

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

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Mounine
P. Data, evidence and practice 8.P. - Pitch presentations: Trends in primary, ambulatory and integrated care
Chairperson(s): Ronald Batenburg - Netherlands

How primary care and public health interact in local health contracts in France?
Candan Kendir - France

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Morgiou
Q. Health workforce / Health at work 8.Q. - Pitch presentations: Current issues in the health workforce
Chairperson(s): Tit Albreht - Slovenia

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Les Goudes 1
T. Digital public health DPH Conference 8.T. - Digital Health Innovation: From Proof of Concept to Public Value

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Poster walks - Saturday 23rd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Garden Level
8.R. - Poster walk: Addiction and other matters
Chairperson(s): Sofia Ribeiro - Portugal

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
8:30-9:30
Level 1
8.S. - Poster walk: Health workforce
Chairperson(s): Ellen Kuhlmann - Germany

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

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

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

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

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

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

8.S.9 - Human Resources for Health challenges during health emergencies—low number of workers in El Salvador
Mirna Amaya Amaya - United States

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

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

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


Saturday 23rd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 23rd
9:40-10:40
Plenary Hall (Palais des Événements)
EuroHealthNet PL5 - Plenary 5: Migrant inequalities in urban settings and changing public health practice

Organiser: EuroHealthNet

Moderator: Caroline Costongs, EuroHealthNet

Speakers/Panellists:

  • Santino Severoni, Coordinator Health and Migration, Division of Policy and Governance for Health and Well-being, WHO Regional Office for Europe
  • Jean-Paul Moatti, Director Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement (IRD), France
  • Lucinda Hiam, Honorary Research Fellow, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom
  • Bernadette Nirmal Kumar, Director Norwegian Centre for Minority Health Research (NAKMI), Research member of the UCL- Lancet Commission on Migration and Health 2016-2018 
  • Maryam Gardisi, Deputy Director International psychosocial organisation (Ipso), Germany 

Please download more information on the plenary here.


Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
Les Goudes 2
A. Solidarity in health EUPHA (IDC), EUPHA (MIG), EUPHA (PHPP) 9.A. - Workshop: Better prison health for better public health
Chairperson(s): Carina Ferreira-Borges - WHO EURO, Sofia Ribeiro - Portugal

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Countering anti-vaccination trends and changing online opinion
Anna Odone - Italy

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

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
Sormiou
D. European and global health EHFG, EUPHA (PHPP) 9.D. - Skills building seminar: Young policy voices for our future
Chairperson(s): Dorli Kahr-Gottlieb - Austria, Dimitra Panteli - Germany

A fresh look at national health policy issues
Stefano Guicciardi - Italy

Youth Alliance - a new model for health policy development
Sherria Ayuandini - Netherlands

Young health leaders shape their future policies
Michele Calabrò - Belgium

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
Endoume 1
E. Public health policy and politics Observatory 9.E. - Workshop: The changing politics of ageing and welfare state: Connecting politics with realities
Chairperson(s): Scott Greer - United States, Jonathan Cylus - United Kingdom

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

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

The real inequalities
Clare Bambra - United Kingdom

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

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
Endoume 2
F. Maternal, child and adolescent health Karolinska Institutet 9.F. - Workshop: Twins: a powerful study design to examine the role of genetics and environment for work incapacity
Chairperson(s): Pia Svedberg - Sweden

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

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
Endoume 4
G. Chronic diseases Scottish Government, EUPHA (CHR) 9.G. - Skills building seminar: Capacity-building for implementing integrated care
Chairperson(s): Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA (CHR), Andrea Pavlickova - United Kingdom

EU level actions and instruments to support the implementation of integrated care
Loukianos Gatzoulis - Belgium

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

Maturity of integrated care in Scotland - What can we learn?
Stuart Anderson - United Kingdom

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
Endoume 5
I. Infectious diseases control EUPHAnxt, EuroNet MRPH, YFG 9.I. - Skills building seminar: Skillscamp : from soft skills to health for all
Chairperson(s): Alexei Croitoru - Austria, Gisela Leiras - Portugal

Introduction to soft skills
Kasia Czabanowska - ASPHER

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

Challenges and opportunities for health professional providing care for refugees and migrants
Antonio Chiarenza - Italy

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

Interactive activity and discussion
Keitly Mensah - France

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
Endoume 3
K. Mental health / LGBTI and minorities EUPHA 9.K. - Workshop: To regulate or not to regulate: that is still the question
Chairperson(s): Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - EUPHA, Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA

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

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

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

Example 2: The Italian law on compulsory vaccinations
Carlo Signorelli - Italy

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

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

Health impact assessment: what it takes, what it can and cannot deliver
Julia Nowacki - Germany

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

Panellist, Flanders (Belgium)
Bart Bautmans - Belgium

Panellist, Andalusia (Spain)
Ana M Carriazo - Spain

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

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

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

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

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

Country Report: How do Serbian municipalities currently promote health and health equity?
Milena Vasic - Serbia

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

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

Developing a health information (HI) training programme: strengthening the public health workforce
Luis Lapao - Portugal

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
Endoume 6
O. Global health and environmental change EUPHA (EPI) (CAPH) 9.O. - Workshop: Maternal & child health policy evaluation:utilising administrative data & natural experiment designs
Chairperson(s): Danielle Jansen - EUPHA (CAPH), Stefania Boccia - Italy

The impact of policy simulations to increase physical activity on reducing children’s mental health problems
Sungano Chigogora - United Kingdom

A natural experimental evaluation of a voucher scheme for low income pregnant women and mothers
Ruth Dundas - United Kingdom

Improving data collection and information on female genital mutilation (FGM) in Finland
Mika Gissler - Finland

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:40
Les Goudes 1
T. Digital public health DPH Conference 9.T. - Oral presentations: DPH - Digital public health conference

Exploiting Population Activity Dynamics to Predict Urban Epidemiological Trends
Gergana Todorova (Lancaster University) et al.

A large-scale and extensible platform precision medicine research
Fodil Belghait (ecole de technologie superieure) et al.

How Data Anonymisation Techniques influence Disease Triage in Digital Health: A study on Base Rate Neglect
Nikolai Jannik Podlesny (Hasso-Plattner-Institute) et al.



Join the network meetings - Saturday 23rd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 23rd
11:10-12:10
En Vau
EUPHA (LAW) JTN25 - Public health and law - initiative: join the network

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



Poster walks - Saturday 23rd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 23rd
11:10-12:10
Garden Level
9.R. - Poster walk: Child health
Chairperson(s): Lusine Aslanyan - Armenia, Natsuyo Yanagi - Japan

9.R.1 - Parental health literacy and health behaviors in children: a 2017 cross-sectional survey in Germany
Elke de Buhr - Germany

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

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

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

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

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

9.R.8 - Early socioeconomic circumstances and adverse childhood experiences in 10-year-old children
Sílvia Fraga - Portugal

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
11:10-12:10
Level 1
9.S. - Poster walk: Mental health inequalities and care
Chairperson(s): Johan Bilsen - Belgium, Roel Van Overmeire - Belgium

9.S.2 - Depression in the Portuguese population, its relation with satisfaction with life and social support
Mariana Augusta Lopes De Matos Pinheiro Carreira Neto - Portugal

9.S.3 - Identifying People with Dementia in Electronic Primary Care Records in the UK
Sujin Kang - United Kingdom

9.S.4 - Diabetes care in individuals with severe mental Illnesses in Israel
Ronit Calderon-Margalit - Israel

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Join the network meetings - Saturday 23rd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 23rd
12:40-13:40
Mounine
EUPHA (ETH) JTN26 - Ethics in public health: join the network

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


Sat 23rd
12:40-13:40
Endoume 6
EUPHA (OH) JTN27 - Oral health - proposed: join the network

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



Saturday 23rd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
Les Goudes 2
A. Solidarity in health UWE Bristol 10.A. - Workshop: Transforming four walls into bridges: embracing solidarity via prison health
Chairperson(s): Nasrul Ismail - United Kingdom

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

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

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

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

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

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

Community-based participatory health research: principles and practice
Hella von Unger - Germany

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
Endoume 1
E. Public health policy and politics EUPHA (PHPP) 10.E. - Workshop: Political parties, health and influence in the EU
Chairperson(s): Marleen Bekker - EUPHA (PHPP), Sofia Ribeiro - Portugal

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

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

Health in the 2018 Italian general election
Stefano Guicciardi - Italy

Do political parties matter to health?
Michelle Falkenbach - Austria

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

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
Endoume 2
F. Maternal, child and adolescent health AFM Telethon 10.F. - Workshop: New born screening in neuromuscular diseases
Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
Endoume 4
G. Chronic diseases SCIROCCO Exchange Project 10.G. - Workshop: SCIROCCO: a tool for accelerating the adoption of integrated care
Chairperson(s): Diane Whitehouse - Belgium, Cristina Adriana Alexandru - United Kingdom

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

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

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

Steps forward for the SCIROCCO tool and its evaluation as part of SCIROCCO Exchange
Stuart Anderson - United Kingdom

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
Endoume 5
I. Infectious diseases control University of Bielefeld 10.I. - Workshop: Bridging disciplines, sectors and systems for interdisciplinary research on antimicrobial resistance
Chairperson(s): Kayvan Bozorgmehr - Germany

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
Endoume 3
K. Mental health / LGBTI and minorities EUPHA (PMH) 10.K. - Workshop: Terrorist attacks and aftercare
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH), Johan Bilsen - Belgium

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
Endoume 6
O. Global health and environmental change EUPHA (IDC) 10.O. - Pro/con workshop: The imperative of vaccination: a public Europe-wide debate around mandatory vaccination
Chairperson(s): Aura Timen - EUPHA (IDC)

Panellists
Anna Odone - Italy

Maria Ganczak - Poland

Michael Edelstein - United Kingdom

Ricardo Mexia - Portugal

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

Co-Creation in participatory epidemiology
Mario Bach - Germany

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
13:40-15:10
Les Goudes 1
T. Digital public health DPH Conference 10.T. - DPH Closing Ceremony

Poster walks - Saturday 23rd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 23rd
13:40-14:40
Garden Level
10.R. - Poster walk: Citizens engagement and patient-centered care
Chairperson(s): Chiara Cadeddu - Italy

10.R.1 - Addressing & understanding citizens’ perceptions of homelessness: a cross-European study
Owen Taylor - France

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sat 23rd
13:40-14:40
Level 1
10.S. - Poster walk: Patients, risks and healthcare
Chairperson(s): Julian Mamo - Malta

10.S.1 - Evaluation of the 'sophia' asthma patient management program at two years
Anne-Sophie Aguadé - France

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

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

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

10.S.6 - Patient safety culture in Austrian hospitals – A qualitative study
Šehad Draganović - Austria

10.S.7 - Significant improvement in cancer management in Europe
Marjetka Jelenc - Slovenia

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

10.S.9 - Preoperative evaluation of patients receiving bariatric surgery: a comprehensive Breton study
Alexandre Rigault - France

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

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

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

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

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


Saturday 23rd Nov

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 23rd
15:15-16:00
Plenary Hall (Palais des Événements)
EPH Conference CC - Closing Ceremony

Moderator: Yves Charpak, Chair of the 12th European Public Health Conference

Keynote speakers:

  • Laurence Auer, Director of Culture, Education and Research, Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, France
  • Charlotte Marchandise, Elected member of the City Council of Rennes, France
  • Walter Ricciardi, Co-chair of the 16th World Congress on Public Health, SItI
  • Carlo Signorelli, Co-chair of the 16th World Congress on Public Health, SItI