Wednesday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 10th
14:00-14:40
Plenary Hall
OC - Opening Ceremony: Public health futures in a changing world

Moderators: Anthony Staines, Chair of the 14th EPH Conference 2021 and Regien Biesma-Blanco, Chair of the International Scientific Committee 2021

 

This session is the official opening session of the conference. European public health has had a difficult year. Across Europe the public health response to the COVID-19 pandemic has not been entirely successful despite an enormous amount of hard work in public health units all across Europe. The past year has shown that we need to identify futures for our discipline. If we don’t, others will, and that is not necessarily for the benefit of our practice, our practitioners, or the public. If we are to be more than well trained technicians perhaps we need to articulate more forcibly who we are, why we are, and why we are relevant? 

 

Speakers:

  • Stella Kyriakides, Commissioner for Health and Food Safety, European Commission
  • Stephen Donnelly, Minister of Health, Ireland
  • Robin Swann, Minister of Health, Northern Ireland

 

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Wed 10th
14:50-15:50
Plenary Hall
Observatory, WHO EURO, ASPHER PL1 - Plenary 1: Public health practice, training and workforces for the future - Lessons from the pandemic

Moderator: Josep Figueras, Director European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies

 

The evidence base for this session will be a study by WHO Europe and the Observatory analyzing how well public health has responded to the pandemic. How did European countries perform in fighting the pandemic? Young professional will reflect from different perspectives: public health workforce skills and training, health equity, working across sectors, the role of social media. We will look into the future of our discipline: what is that we do well? What value do we bring? What skills do we need for now and for the future? 

 

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Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room A
A. The futures of public health EUPHA-LAW, EUPHA-ENV, Global Health Law Groningen (Netherlands), PETRA 1.A. - Workshop: Public health, climate change and strategic litigation
Chairperson(s): David Patterson - Netherlands, Vlatka Matkovic - Belgium

What is strategic litigation?
Marlies Hesselman - Netherlands

Current litigation - what can we learn?
Richard Harvey - United Kingdom

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room B
B. COVID-19 Epidemiology, impact and responses EUPHA-IDC, EUPHA-LAW, EUPHA-INJ, WHO Venice Office 1.B. - Round table: Biological, socioeconomic, legal and environmental health determinants in the COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA), Lara Tavoschi - Italy

COVID-19 as a syndemic: from inequalities to biological embodiment
Paolo Vineis - United Kingdom

The role of socioeconomic and educational determinants in the context of COVID-19
Giuseppe Costa - Italy

The response to COVID-19 and legal determinants
Dimitra Lingri - Greece

Addressing inequalities and research funding in the post-COVID-19 era
Edward Whiting - United Kingdom

Focusing on inequalities and assessing vulnerabilities in the field to combat COVID-19
Christos Lionis - Greece

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room C
C. COVID-19 Building Back Fairer 1.C. - Oral presentations: The effects of COVID-19 on mental health
Chairperson(s): Sofia Ribeiro - EUPHA (PHPP)

Alcohol and drug abuse as a manifestation of social stress due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Victoria Semyonova - Russia

Did the COVID-19 pandemic impact population’s mental health ?
Cécile Forgeot - France

Mental health in the general population over 1 year of the Covid-19 pandemic: findings from Ireland
Ella Arensman - Ireland

stress and perceived discrimination among Israeli Arabs: the mediation role of threat and trust
Carmit Satran - Israel

Depression and post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy
Stefano Rousset - Italy

The effect of COVID-19 on schoolteachers’ emotional reactions and mental health
Kirsten Nabe-Nielsen - Denmark

Preventive and risky health behavior of Swiss university students during the COVID-19 pandemic
Annina Zysset - Switzerland

Psychological trauma and unsafe behaviour during the COVID-19 pandemic
Yuan Cao - China

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room D
D. Chronic diseases EUPHA-FN, EUPHA-CHR 1.D. - Workshop: Emerging behavioral risk factors for mental health: a life-course perspective
Chairperson(s): Giuseppe Grosso - EUPHA (FN), Sarah Cuschieri - Malta

Sleep and its effect on mental health among adolescent and adult population
Saverio Stranges - EUPHA (CHR)

Nutritional psychiatry: implications for public health
Felice Jacka - Australia

Dietary factors affecting cognitive and sleep disorders
Justyna Godos - Italy

Poor physical activity as a risk factor for mental health disorders
Brendon Stubbs - United Kingdom

Magic bullet for public mental health: is cheap also cheerful?
Shehzad Ali - Canada

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room E
E. Climate change, Environment EUPHA-HIA, EUPHA-CAPH 1.E. - Workshop: Addressing vulnerability within climate change related health impacts
Chairperson(s): Piedad Martin-Olmedo - EUPHA (HIA), Sonia Saxena - EUPHA (CAPH)

Climate Change in Wales and its health impact: Who is vulnerable and how?
Liz Green - United Kingdom

Child health and wellbeing in a changing climate
Kam Sripada - Norway

Vulnerability risk assessment in the context of climate change – the need for interdisciplinarity
Fiona Haigh - Australia

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room F
F. Communication and infodemics 1.F. - Oral presentations: Digital tools and health communication
Chairperson(s): Heidi Lyshol - Norway

Data is the new oil. How Covid-19 boosted information transparency in Austria.
Claudia Habl - Austria

Communication via mobile phone as an effective tool of public health: Findings of MAMAmobi program
Elena Dmitrieva - Russia

WHO public health research agenda for managing infodemics
Tim Nguyen - WHO EURO

COVID-19 fake news, conspiracy beliefs and the role of eHealth literacy: an Italian nationwide survey
Giuseppina Lo Moro - Italy

Listening to community concerns in the COVID-19 infodemic: A WHO digital approach
Tina Purnat - Switzerland

Risk communication during COVID-19: a comparative analysis of four countries
Brogan Geurts - Germany

Emotions: the missing link in responding to epidemics
Antonis Kousoulis - United Kingdom

Factors affecting the COVID-19 contagion on Twitter
Valentina Lorenzoni - Italy

COVID-19, Public Transportation, and Public Health Communication
Charity Hung - United States

Design, protocol, and perspectives of the MADRE-REA study
Andrea Maugeri - Italy

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room G
G. Digitalisation in health EUPHA-HP, COVID-HL Network 1.G. - Workshop: COVID-HL: A global survey on digital health literacy in university students during the pandemic
Chairperson(s): Orkan Okan - EUPHA (HP), Kevin Dadaczynski - Germany

COVID-HL: A cross-sectional study on digital health literacy in university students in Germany
Kevin Dadaczynski - Germany

Digital health literacy among Greek students during COVID-19 pandemic
Evanthia Sakellari - Greece

Digital health literacy and online information queries in Portuguese university students
Rafaela Rosário - Portugal

Digital health literacy and information behaviour in university students in Finland
Marjorita Sormunen - Finland

Digital health literacy and online information-seeking behaviour of Lebanese university students
Carmel Bouclaous - Lebanon

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room H
H. Health assessment, monitoring and reporting COST Action CA18218–European Burden of Disease Network 1.H. - Workshop: Health, risk factors and inequalities in the EU: insights from the Global Burden of Disease study
Chairperson(s): Brecht Devleesschauwer - Belgium

The state of health in the European Union in 2019
João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO)

Burden of diseases and injuries attributable to risk factors in the European Union in 2019
João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO)

Inequalities in non-communicable diseases across the European Union: current state and trends from 2000 to 2019
José L. Peñalvo - Belgium

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room I
I. Health care systems and services 1.I. - Workshop: Capturing access challenges in health care: can the vignette methodology help?
Chairperson(s): Dimitra Panteli - Belgium, Ewout Van Ginneken - Germany

Using the vignette methodology to measure access
Ewout Van Ginneken - Germany

Access to stroke care in Europe: results of a vignette approach
Wilm Quentin - Germany

Understanding access to palliative care for cancer patients in Europe: a vignette approach
Nathan Shuftan - Germany

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room K
K. Health inequalities / Food and nutrition EUPHA-INJ, EUPHA-SSWH 1.K. - Workshop: New working environments, occupational risks and socioeconomic inequalities during covid-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Maria Papadakaki - EUPHA (INJ), Gunnel Hensing - EUPHA (SSWH)

Survey on Living, working and COVID19
Barbara Gerstenberger - Ireland

Occupational inequalities during the pandemic: epidemiological evidence.
Nico Dragano - Germany

EU-OSHA´s perspective on occupational safety and health in the Covid-19 pandemic.
Elke Schneider - Spain

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room L
L. Health promotion and healthy behavior EUPHA-PMH 1.L. - Workshop: Assessment of substance abuse in different populations
Chairperson(s): Marija Jakubauskiene - EUPHA (PMH), Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Substance use instruments for refugees-systematic review
Sarah Marth - Germany

Syrian refugees perspectives on substance use
Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Risk behavior among people who inject drugs
Marija Jakubauskiene - EUPHA (PMH)

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room M
M. Health workforce, training and education EUPHA -HWR, Observatory, WHO 1.M. - Workshop: Protecting and preparing healthcare workers: what to learn from COVID-19 to strengthen resilience?
Chairperson(s): Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR), Matthias Wismar - European Observatory

The health workforce: central to an effective response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe
Tomas Zapata - Denmark

How are countries supporting health workers? Data from the COVID-19 Health System Response Monitor
Gemma Williams - United Kingdom

Health workforce protection and preparedness during COVID-19: a rapid assessment of EU countries
Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR)

Health system resilience and health workforce capacities: health system responses during COVID-19
Viola Burau - Denmark

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room N
N. Public health policy 1.N. - Oral presentations: Future facets of public health and health care
Chairperson(s): Marleen Bekker - EUPHA (PHPP)

An Evaluation of the Keeping Well at Home Booklet
Annemarie Money - United Kingdom

Place of death in Europe: trends and associations in a 30-country panel (2005-2017)
Jingjing Jiang - Ireland

Combining personalised medicine and patient-centered care in breast cancer: a systematic review
Carolina Castagna - Italy

Building a roadmap for the evaluation of a National Health Plan: the experience of Portugal
Luciana Costa - Portugal

Vaccine adhesion before and after Vaxzevria suspension in a Local Health Unit of Piedmont - Italy
Dario Catozzi - Italy

Undergraduates' perception of health risk of body arts: results of an Italian multicentre study
Daniela Marotta - Italy

Health, job precarity, employment, and life expectancy
Aviad Tur-Sinai - Israel

Benchmarking physical activity and nutrition policies in Europe: lessons from the CO-CREATE project
Ioana Vlad - United Kingdom

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room O
O. Maternal, child and adolescent public health 1.O. - Oral presentations: Reproductive health and prenatal care
Chairperson(s): Danielle Jansen - EUPHA (CAPH)

Does precarious situtation impact contraceptive use in a context of full health insurance coverage?
Juliette Congy - France

'wherever you are, my son, wait for me.' study on medically assisted reproduction
Margherita Napolitani - Italy

Knowledge and attitudes of young women regarding preconception health-An Italian survey
Drieda Zace - Italy

Vitamin D status and its influencing factors among pregnant women in Szeged, Hungary
Edit Paulik - Hungary

The effect of nutrients on telomere length of fetal DNA: findings from the Mamma & Bambino cohort
Roberta Magnano San Lio - Italy

Maternal and paternal dietary quality, dietary inflammation status, and offspring DNA methylation
Marion Lecorguillé - Ireland

The role of mobile apps for pregnancy and postnatal care in promoting maternal and child health
Laura Brunelli - Italy

Chronic Kidney Disease and Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
Sukainah Al Khalaf - Ireland

Antenatal care access and concerns of pregnant women during pandemic: a population-based study
Petek Eylul Taneri - Turkey

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room P
P. Mental health EUPHA-PMH 1.P. - Workshop: European Public Mental Health Responses to COVID-19
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH), Shari McDaid - United Kingdom

Public Mental Health services in the European region during the COVID-19 pandemic
Naomi Wilson - United Kingdom

The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on population mental health policy: A Scottish case study
Shari McDaid - United Kingdom

The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on population mental health policy: A Swiss case study
Frank Wieber - Switzerland

Wed 10th
16:10-17:10
Room Q
Q. Migration, LGBTI and minorities health St George's University of London (UK), ESGITM 1.Q. - Workshop: Novel digital tools and approaches to improve migrant health in European primary care services
Chairperson(s): Sally Hargreaves - United Kingdom, Teymur Noori - Sweden

Implementing an innovative integrated multi-infection screening digital decision support tool (IS-MiHealth) in primary care: lessons from Spain
Ana Requena Mendez - Spain

Health Catch-UP!: digital innovations in UK primary care to strengthen multi-disease screening and catch-up vaccination and to promote general health in at-risk migrants
Lucy Goldsmith - United Kingdom

Implementation of latent TB screening targeting high-risk migrants in primary care: engagement is key
Dominik Zenner - United Kingdom

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room A
A. The futures of public health 2.A. - Oral presentations: The societal context of public health
Chairperson(s): Chiara Cadeddu - Italy

Public engagement in the management of the COVID-19 pandemic: Views & expectations of the publics
Sophie Kemper - Netherlands

The resetting of a local health system: an opportunity for health promotion.
Maria Assumpció Bou Monclús - Spain

How democracy alters our view of inequality and what this means for wellbeing
Alexi Gugushvili - Norway

Mechanisms for addressing the influence of corporations on public health
Melissa Mialon - Ireland

Cutting through complexity: a review of solutions to industry influence on health policy
Adam Bertscher - United Kingdom

Toward resourcefulness: Pathways for community positive health
Laura Peters - United Kingdom

Economic crisis, epidemiology and resilience in Italian Regions
Francesca Vanacore - Italy

How to promote experiential knowledge in public health: a new training for French practitioners
Béatrice Georgelin - France

COVID-19 surveillance robot: rapid innovation for public health pandemic management
Julie Arnott - Ireland

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room B
B. COVID-19 Epidemiology, impact and responses 2.B. - Oral presentations: COVID-19 epidemiology and vaccinations
Chairperson(s): Ricardo Mexia - EUPHA (IDC)

After-Action Reviews (AARs) of the public health response to COVID-19 in Europe
Jonathan Suk - Sweden

SARS-CoV-2: serological evidence of circulation in Southern Italy in late 2019?
Claudia Maria Trombetta - Italy

Serum neutralizing activity against SARS-CoV-2 variants in hospitalized COVID-19 patients
Serena Marchi - Italy

Risk factors for severe and fatal COVID-19 among patients admitted to an Italian hospital
Antonella Agodi - Italy

Individual level lifestyle changes during the COVID-19 pandemic – A Finnish population-based study
Tuija Jääskeläinen - Finland

Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine side effects among healthcare workers in Malta
Sarah Cuschieri - Malta

Vaccine hesitancy among healthcare providers during COVID-19 pandemic
Fahad Algabbani - Saudi Arabia

Vaccine coverage inequalities by local authority socioeconomic index and traffic light system color
Nihaya Daoud - Israel

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room C
C. COVID-19 Building Back Fairer WHO/Europe, Observatory 2.C. - Round table: COVID-19
Chairperson(s): Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - WHO EURO, Josep Figueras - European Observatory

Anna Sagan - United Kingdom

Dorit Nitzan - Denmark

Dimitra Panteli - Belgium

Tomas Zapata - Denmark

Scott Greer - United States

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room D
D. Chronic diseases 2.D. - Oral presentations: Risk factors in cardiovascular diseases
Chairperson(s): Raffaele Palladino - United Kingdom

Daily composition of movement behaviors with cardiovascular disease incidence in elderly
Manasa Shanta Yerramalla - France

Survey of risk factors in coronary heart disease: novel recruitment strategy and preliminary results
Anna Marza Florensa - Netherlands

Prospective analysis of gender-related characteristics in relation to cardiovascular disease
Renee Bolijn - Netherlands

Educational Level Inequalities in Cardiovascular Outcomes and All-Cause Mortality in Turkey: A Cohort
Erdem Erkoyun - Turkey

Health-related QoL and fatality in CHD patients: findings from a national cohort study, Turkey
Sibel Sakarya - Turkey

Sex differences in the risk of coronary heart disease associated with socioeconomic status in Turkey
Öykü Turunç - Turkey

Socio-economic position and burden of ischemic heart disease in Finland in 2017
Laura Paalanen - Finland

Contextual factors in premature CHD mortality in selected African countries within the SDG framework
Oluwatosin Dotun-Olujinmi - United States

Cost of hospitalization for ischaemic heart and cerebrovascular diseases in Belgium
Vanessa Gorasso - Belgium

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room E
E. Climate change, Environment EUPHA -ENV 2.E. - Workshop: Health in Green Deal and Climate Pact
Chairperson(s): Peter Van Den Hazel - EUPHA (ENV), Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Impact of air pollution on health in South-East Europe
Claudio Belis - Italy

Delivering on the Green Deal’s zero pollution ambition for health
Anne Stauffer - Belgium

Climate and health adaptation: evidence needs for policy (Stakeholder mapping in Europe)
Francesca de'Donato - Italy

Improving Health through Green Deal and Climate Pact (motivation for WB Region)
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room F
F. Communication and infodemics EUPHA -EPI 2.F. - Workshop: Informing COVID-19 responses with longitudinal studies: demonstrating harmonised data infrastructure
Chairperson(s): Srinivasa Katikireddi - United Kingdom, Tea Lallukka - Finland

Health care disruption inequalities during Covid-19: Evidence from eleven longitudinal studies
Sam Parsons - United Kingdom

Mental health inequalities in disruptions across multiple domains during COVID -19: an investigation in 12 population-based longitudinal studies
Eoin McElroy - United Kingdom

Diet, physical activity, and sleep in relation to furlough during the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK: evidence from eight longitudinal studies.
Jane Maddock - United Kingdom

Substance use behaviours and the UK furlough scheme: evidence from eight longitudinal population surveys
Michael Green - United Kingdom

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room G
G. Digitalisation in health EUPHA Digital Health, EUPHA Public Health Monitoring and reporting 2.G. - Workshop: The European Health Data Space (EHDS): future opportunities and current challenges
Chairperson(s): Anna Odone - EUPHA (DH) (IDC), Petronille Bogaert - EUPHA (PHMR)

Overview of the European Health Data Space (EHDS): goals and current challenges
Ander Elustondo Jauregui - European Commission

The EU’s Joint Action Towards the European Health Data Space (TEHDAS) cooperation project
Markus Kalliola - Finland

Challenges (and solutions) for the development of a European Federated Health Data Infrastructure
Enrique Bernal-Delgado - Spain

How can population health research benefit from a European Health Data Infrastructure?
Nienke Schutte - Belgium

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room H
H. Health assessment, monitoring and reporting EUPHA-, EUPHA-HIA, EUPHA-PHPP, EUPHA-PHMR, Observatory 2.H. - Workshop: Role of Health impact assessment in the policy-making process for the control of COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Piedad Martin-Olmedo - EUPHA (HIA), Heidi Lyshol - Norway

The Health and wellbeing impacts of Home and agile working in Wales: A HIA Approach
Liz Green - United Kingdom

HIA on lockdown and social distancing to contain the COVID‐19 pandemic in Austria – results and lessons learned
Gabriele Antony - Austria

Assessing the health impact of staying at home,social distancing and lockdown measures during the Covid-19 epidemic
Valentina Chiesa - Italy

Are public health experts providing useful information for the control of COVID-19 pandemic?
Marleen Bekker - EUPHA (PHPP)

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room I
I. Health care systems and services 2.I. - Oral presentations: The impact of COVID-19 on health services
After Action Reviews to assess COVID-19 hospital responses
Sebastiano Sorbello - Italy

Changes in the utilisation of acute hospital care in Ireland during the first wave of COVID-19
Louise Marron - Ireland

Continuity of care during the COVID-19 pandemic: Qualitative results from a mixed-methods study
Katharina Tabea Jungo - Switzerland

Impact of COVID-19 on healthcare waste generation: correlations and trends from a tertiary hospital
Jacopo Garlasco - Italy

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the intensity of health services use in general practice
Yael Rachamin - Switzerland

Public health impact of COVID-19 pandemic on the emergency healthcare system: a region-wide analysis
Aurea Oradini Alacreu - Italy

Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on health services utilization: a cross-sectional study.
Claudia Isonne - Italy

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room K
K. Health inequalities / Food and nutrition Observatory 2.K. - Round table: Everything you always wanted to know about (COVID-19 and) EU-health policy
Chairperson(s): Matthias Wismar - European Observatory

Sarah Rozenblum - United States

Holly Jarman - United States

Nick Fahy - United Kingdom

Anniek de Ruijter - Netherlands

Eleanor Brooks - United Kingdom

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room L
L. Health promotion and healthy behavior EUPHA-HP, Bielefeld University (Germany) 2.L. - Workshop: Health literacy in childhood and adolescence (HLCA): A focus on health literacy in schools
Chairperson(s): Orkan Okan - EUPHA (HP), Torsten Michael Bollweg - Germany

The relationship between health literacy, health status and health outcomes among German 4th-graders
Torsten Michael Bollweg - Germany

Generic health literacy of adolescents in Germany: Results of a nationwide cross-sectional survey
Susanne Jordan - Germany

Tool-HLCA: An intervention to promote the health literacy of school-aged children
Tessa Schulenkorf - Germany

Evaluation of a school-based intervention to promote mental health literacy. Preliminary results
Sandra Kirchhoff - Germany

Health Literate Schools (HeLit-Schools): Organizational Health Literacy in the School Setting
Orkan Okan - EUPHA (HP)

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room M
M. Health workforce, training and education European Commission Expert Panel on Effective Ways of Investing in Health (EXPH) 2.M. - Round table: Supporting mental health of the health workforce: Recommendations from an EC Expert Panel (EXPH)
Chairperson(s): Heather L. Rogers - Spain, Pedro Pita Barros - Portugal

Introduction to the Expert Panel on Effective ways of investing in health (EXPH) and its mandate
Pedro Pita Barros - Portugal

A conceptual framework for supporting the mental health of the health workforce and key determinants
Christos Lionis - Greece

Cost-effective and promising interventions relative to mental health of the health workforce and their delivery conditions
Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA)

Recommendations to support the mental health of the health workforce
Jelka Zaletel - Slovenia

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room N
N. Public health policy EUPHA-ETH, UK Faculty of Public Health 2.N. - Round table: COVID-19, ethics, and the many publics in public health policy and practice
Chairperson(s): Ilaria Tocco Tussardi - Italy, Farhang Tahzib - EUPHA (ETH)

John Coggon - United Kingdom

Kai Michelsen - Germany

Peter Schröder-Bäck - EUPHA (ETH)

Sadie Regmi - United Kingdom

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room O
O. Maternal, child and adolescent public health 2.O. - Oral presentations: Maternal and neonatal care
Chairperson(s): Sonia Saxena - EUPHA (CAPH)

Female genital mutilation remains high in Senegal: an analysis of DHS 2018
Ndeye Mareme Sougou - Senegal

Adversity in Infancy and Childhood Cognitive Development: Evidence from four developing countries
Wondi Manalew - United States

Challenges to effective breastfeeding among indigenous Ngäbe-Bugle communities in Panama
Brianna Ma - United States

Available prevention and management interventions for fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (2007 to 2017)
Babatope Adebiyi - South Africa

Profile of unobservant women regarding contraception in Sousse (Tunisia)
Imen Bannour - Tunisia

Health related quality of life measured by in Tunisian female patients with breast cancer
Imen Bannour - Tunisia

Effect of COVID-19 on maternal and neonatal healthcare services in Guinea: a hospital based study
Alexandre Delamou - Guinea

Breastfeeding initiation and duration among female physicians: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Myriam B. Charron - Ireland

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room P
P. Mental health EUPHA-CHR, EUPHA-PMH 2.P. - Workshop: Disasters and mental health
Chairperson(s): Martin McKee - United Kingdom

Covid-19 and population mental health in perspective
Sandro Galea - United States

Mental health impact of the COVID disaster on older people – how does it feel to be a burden?
Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

The caring perspective during a COVID pandemic
Julian Mamo - EUPHA (CHR)

Wed 10th
17:20-18:20
Room Q
Q. Migration, LGBTI and minorities health EUPHA-SGMH, EUPHA-ETH 2.Q. - Workshop: Intersex human rights and wellbeing
Chairperson(s): Arjan van der Star - EUPHA (SGMH), Els Maeckelberghe - EUPHA (ETH)

Intersex human rights, sexual orientation, gender identity and the Yogyakarta Principles
Morgan Carpenter - Australia

Introducing intersex wellbeing and rights and the INIA programme
Surya Monro - United Kingdom

Towards a human rights-based research ethics in intersex studies: Reflections from the INIA project
Amets Suess Schwend - Spain

My body, my decision: the lived experience of young people with a variation in sex characteristics in New Zealand
Denise Steers - New Zealand

Partial care: the need to uncover cultural bias to reach intersex wellbeing
Marta Prandelli - Italy


Thursday 11th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 11th
9:00-10:00
Room A
A. The futures of public health EUPHA-PHG, EUPHA-ETH, EUPHA-EPI, EUPHA-CHR 3.A. - Workshop: Integrating the use of genomic data in personalised healthcare: implications across the board
Chairperson(s): Roberta Pastorino - EUPHA (PHG), Róza Ádány - Hungary

How genetics and epigenetics can improve cardiovascular risk prediction: examples from the Moli-sani and Moli-family studies
Francesco Gianfagna - EUPHA (PHG)

How ready are European healthcare systems regarding the use of genomics in medicine? The Beyond 1 Million Genomes (B1MG) Maturity Level Model
Astrid Vicente - Portugal

Data sharing as a prerogative and as challenge for genomics in personalised health
Regina Becker - Luxembourg

Thu 11th
9:00-10:00
Room B
B. COVID-19 Epidemiology, impact and responses PHIRI, EUPHA-PHMR, Sciensano, Robert Koch Institute (Germany) 3.B. - Workshop: Monitoring the wider impacts of COVID-19 on population health
Chairperson(s): Herman Van Oyen - Belgium, Petronille Bogaert - EUPHA (PHMR)

Selecting indicators for signalling and monitoring the wider effects of the COVID-19 pandemic
Marieke Verschuuren - Netherlands

Research methodologies to assess the impact of COVID-19
Maria João Forjaz - Spain

Research use cases measuring the impact of COVID-19 on population health
Martin Thißen - Germany

Using foresight methodologies to tackle SARS-COV-2 related health impacts
Mariken Tijhuis - Netherlands

Thu 11th
9:00-10:00
Room C
C. COVID-19 Building Back Fairer COVID-19 International Student Well-Being Study 3.C. - Workshop: COVID-19 – Are students’ lives turned upside down? Findings from the C19 ISWS study
Chairperson(s): Guido Van Hal - Belgium, Stefanie Maria Helmer - Germany

The COVID-19 International Student Well-being Study
Sarah Van De Velde - Belgium

Depression among higher education students in Greece during the first C19 lockdown.
Theoni Stathopoulou - Greece

Gender differences in the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on socio-economic and psychological wellbeing of students in Russia
Anna Andreenkova - Russia

Mental wellbeing and engagement in health risk behaviours in German university students during the COVID-19 pandemic: Findings of a cross-sectional study.
Heide Busse - Germany

Assessment of the COVID-19 related knowledge and its association with perceived worries of COVID-19 infection and severe illness among higher education students in 26 countries: A cross-sectional study
Neamin Berhe - Belgium

Thu 11th
9:00-10:00
Room D
D. Chronic diseases EUPHA-FN, EUPHA-CHR, WHO/Europe 3.D. - Workshop: Impact of nutrition on chronic diseases and environment in Europe: evidence and policy orientation
Chairperson(s): Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA, Carina Ferreira-Borges - WHO EURO

Dietary factors and non-communicable disease risk in Europe: evidence for European nutritional guidelines?
Giuseppe Grosso - EUPHA (FN)

Digital Marketing of unhealthy products to children: evidence from the WHO CLICK framework
Kremlin Wickramasinghek - Russia

Sustainable dietetic models in Europe: the Mediterranean diet as case study
Francesca Scazzina - Italy

Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) from a Public Health Perspective
Urška Erklavec - EUPHA (FN)

Thu 11th
9:00-10:00
Room E
E. Climate change, Environment EUPH-DH, EUPHA-ENV, WHO/Europe, Climate Reality Leaders 3.E. - Workshop: The Role of Digital Public Health in the European Climate Pact and Green deal
Chairperson(s): Luis Lapao - Portugal, Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Digital Health and the Climate Change: Introductory key concepts and Research Topics
Luis Lapao - Portugal

European Green deal and Climate Pact: A roadmap for digital public health.
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Digital Public Health Role in promoting Mores Sustainable Care practices
Anna Odone - EUPHA (DH) (IDC)

The diabesity and COVID 19 pandemics association with climate change and the role of Telehealth
Jorge Correia - Switzerland

Thu 11th
9:00-10:00
Room F
F. Communication and infodemics Observatory 3.F. - Round table: Advancing the sustainable development goals through intersectoral actions: using co-benefits
Chairperson(s): Matthias Wismar - European Observatory, Scott Greer - United States

Charley E. Willison - United States

Elize Fonseca - Brazil

Kanayo Ogujiuba - South Africa

Kristine Sørensen - Denmark

Marc Suhrcke - United Kingdom

Thu 11th
9:00-10:00
Room G
G. Digitalisation in health EUPHA-DH 3.G. - Round table: How to prepare the public health workforce for a digital health future?
Chairperson(s): Duarte Vital Brito - Portugal

The critical role of Digital Health in Public Health
Stefan Buttigieg - EUPHA (DH)

Preparing the public health workforce for digital health futures: the case for digital Health training & capacity building
Brian Li Han Wong - United Kingdom

Developing a proposal for an updated digital public health curriculum
Duarte Vital Brito - Portugal

Thu 11th
9:00-10:00
Room H
H. Health assessment, monitoring and reporting EUPHA-HTA, EUPHA-ECO, HTAi 3.H. - Workshop: The role of HTA for COVID-19 vaccines: present and future perspectives
Chairperson(s): Chiara de Waure - EUPHA (HTA), Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA)

The Evolving HTAi Statement on COVID-19 Vaccines
Maarten Postma - Netherlands

COVID-19 vaccination: what are the costs we should include?
João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO)

The role of HTA in COVID-19 vaccination campaign: the Italian experience
Chiara Cadeddu - Italy

Thu 11th
9:00-10:00
Room I
I. Health care systems and services European Commission, HaDea 3.I. - Workshop: Getting real with future shocks: How to test health system resilience?
Chairperson(s): Massimo Fagnini - European Commission

Heather L. Rogers - Spain

Lenka Poliaková - Czechia

Judith de Jong - Netherlands

Sabrina Montante - Belgium

Gaetan Lafortune - France

Thu 11th
9:00-10:00
Room K
K. Health inequalities / Food and nutrition 3.K. - Oral presentations: Monitoring health inequalities
Chairperson(s): Heidi Lyshol - Norway

Exploring gendered practices by social position in epidemiology: the gender score applied to Germany
Lisa Wandschneider - Germany

Sex differences in functional limitation level and the role of socioeconomic factors
Mikaela Bloomberg - United Kingdom

Using GIS maps for measuring equitable community health and nutrition programs
Hyunjun Kim - United States

High-resolution spatiotemporal analysis in 6,791 English areas reveals declines in life expectancy
Theo Rashid - United Kingdom

Refined avoidable mortality for comparative health systems performance assessment: an impact study
Rok Hrzic - Netherlands

Intersectional inequalities in physical and mental health by sex, gender and immigration in Germany
Lisa Wandschneider - Germany

Socioeconomic inequalities in COVID-19 DALYs in Scotland, 2020
Grant Wyper - United Kingdom

Selection of equalization scale and its effect on income-health gradient in the EU countries
Sakari Karvonen - Finland

Health inequalities -development of a monitoring system in Finland
Satu Jokela - Finland

Thu 11th
9:00-10:00
Room L
L. Health promotion and healthy behavior 3.L. - Oral presentations: Lifestyle education for children and adoslescents
Chairperson(s): Sofia Ribeiro - EUPHA (PHPP)

Implementation of The Daily Mile™: survey of primary schools in Greater London
Bina Ram - United Kingdom

Are children at schools registered to The Daily Mile™ more physically active?
Tishya Venkatraman - United Kingdom

Preliminary data on physical well-being of children and adolescents during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic
Aurelia Salussolia - Italy

School-based sexuality education in Italy 2016-2020: a highly heterogeneous scenario
Alice Chinelli - Italy

E-Cigarette-Only and Dual Use among Adolescents: Emerging Behaviours with Different Risk Profiles
Andrea Bowe - Ireland

Association between parents’ education level and KIDMED index: a cross-sectional study
Alessandro Melis - Italy

Food and lifestyle education in Tuscan schoolchildren: 2018-2019 follow-up of a long-term campaign
Marco Tarroni - Italy

associated factors of newborn mothers hand hygiene in neonatal intensive care
A.Karim Sylla - Morocco

Food and nutrition literacy: an education booklet and video on ultra-processed food
Taissa Pereira de Araújo - Portugal

Thu 11th
9:00-10:00
Room M
M. Health workforce, training and education 3.M. - Oral presentations: Training and education
Chairperson(s): Hanna Tolonen - EUPHA (PHMR)

Increasing the capacity of community health workers to manage the COVID-19 pandemic
Monica Brînzac - EUPHAnxt

Disaster response and COVID-19: was safety and health a priority among medical doctors in Serbia?
Stefan Mandić-Rajčević - Serbia

Trends in ionizing radiation exposure of healthcare workers in France (2009-2019): the EXPERTS study
Clemence Baudin - France

Individual and organizational perceptions of hospital workers during COVID-19: the link with burnout
Osnat Bashkin - Israel

Capacity building of health professionals in Guinea: a successful e-learning experience (2017-2021)
Alexandre Delamou - Guinea

Barriers to the preceptor’s role in interprofessional education: scoping review
Camila Silva - Brazil

Planetary Health Teaching in Irish Medical Schools
Ola Nordrum - Ireland

Global health from home - results from a German student-led online lecture series during COVID-19
Annika Kreitlow - Germany

Thu 11th
9:00-10:00
Room N
N. Public health policy Association of European Cancer Leagues (ECL); IARC/WHO 3.N. - Workshop: Toward Europe Beating Cancer Plan goal of 80% awareness of the European Code Against Cancer in 2025
Chairperson(s): Carolina Espina - France, Meritxell Mallafré-Larrosa - Belgium

European Code against Cancer: Europe’s key cancer prevention tool in informing the general public how to reduce their cancer risk
Joachim Schüz - France

Evaluation of the impact of the European Code against Cancer on awareness and attitudes towards cancer prevention at the population and health promoters’ levels
David Ritchie - Belgium

Change in the perception of cancer risk factors in the general population during a 10-year follow-up of more than 10,000 people: results and perspectives for the European Code against Cancer (ECAC)
Jérôme Foucaud - France

Tools available to measure awareness of the European Code Against Cancer in the European Union
Carolina Espina - France

Thu 11th
9:00-10:00
Room O
O. Maternal, child and adolescent public health EUPHA-CAPH, EUPHA-PMH 3.O. - Workshop: Children and adolescents’ mental health during the corona pandemic
Chairperson(s): Julia Dratva - EUPHA (CAPH), Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Symptoms of emotional difficulties and hyperactivity/inattention among children during the COVID-19 epidemic and associated lockdown: data from the SAPRIS project.
Cédric Galéra - France

Risk and protective factors related to children’s symptoms of emotional difficulties and hyperactivity/inattention during the COVID-19 related lockdown in France: results from a community sample
Maria Melchior - France

The importance of mental health literacy in times of crisis: Adolescent mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic
Janne Tullius - Netherlands

Life is a rollercoaster: an exploration of a support group for parents and carers of those with children and young people with mental health difficulties.
Natasha Fothergill-Misbah - United Kingdom

Thu 11th
9:00-10:00
Room P
P. Mental health NPHO (Greece), BZgA (Germany), GÖG (Austria) 3.P. - Workshop: The EU Joint Action on Implementation of Best Practices in the Area of Mental Health
Chairperson(s): Laura Shields-Zeeman - Netherlands

The EU-funded Joint Action ImpleMENTAL: an overview
Vasileia Konte - Greece

Transferring and piloting the Belgian best practice of community-based mental health networks in participating countries to the JA ImpleMENTAL
Nathalie Bélorgey - Germany

Supporting the development of strategies of suicide prevention based on experience and lessons learned from Austria
Alexander Grabenhofer-Eggerth - Austria

Thu 11th
9:00-10:00
Room Q
Q. Migration, LGBTI and minorities health 3.Q. - Oral presentations: Migrant health and the COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Bernadette Kumar - EUPHA (MIG)

Asylum seekers’ and refugees’ understanding of government restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic
Kevin Morisod - Switzerland

The impact of the COVID-19 epidemic and anti-epidemic measures in the Roma neighborhood in Bulgaria
Mariela Kamburova - Bulgaria

Information access and preventive measures during COVID-19 among migrants and general population
Natalia Skogberg - Finland

Health literacy on covid-19: focus on the migrant population
Didier Ruedin - Switzerland

Multi-centric assessment of COVID-19 immunization access and demand among undocumented migrants
Eleonora Genovese - Italy

Access to services among migrant origin persons during COVID-19 pandemic: Finnish MigCOVID Survey
Sara Austero - Finland

Analysing drivers of routine and COVID-19 vaccination in migrants to develop tailored interventions
Alison Crawshaw - United Kingdom

Better communication with migrant communities during COVID-19 pandemic:a portuguese experience
Joana Neto - Portugal

Prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 and associated risk factors among asylum seekers living in centres
Kevin Morisod - Switzerland

Thu 11th
10:10-11:10
Plenary Hall
EUPHA, EUPHA-PHMR PL2 - Plenary 2: Communication and public health

Moderators: Iveta Nagyova, President European Public Health Association (EUPHA) and Petronille Bogaert,, President EUPHA Public health monitoring and reporting section

 

A key component of effective public health actions is communication. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of communication to maintain public trust and to support actions to mitigate the impact of the virus. Health communication is essential for addressing the infodemic, an overabundance of information that occurs during an epidemic,  and for effective and sustainable behavior change during such a pandemic. This plenary highlights current challenges and opportunities for public health communication with a focus on infodemic management and behavioural sciences.

 

Speakers/panellists:

 


Thu 11th
11:30-12:30
Room A
A. The futures of public health Royal College of Surgeons Ireland 4.A. - Workshop: Developing a European planetary health curriculum model. Can we adapt Ireland's approach?
Chairperson(s): Callum Swift - Ireland

Developing a planetary health curriculum for undergraduate medicine in Ireland
Sofia Hammarstrand - Sweden

Debbi Stanistreet - Ireland

Peter Blankestijn - Netherlands

Heather Baid - United Kingdom

Thu 11th
11:30-12:30
Room B
B. COVID-19 Epidemiology, impact and responses EUPHA-PMH 4.B. - Workshop: Data collection during COVID-19 pandemic and its policy impacts
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH), Marija Jakubauskiene - EUPHA (PMH)

Mental health policy response to COVID-19: lessons learned
Marija Jakubauskiene - EUPHA (PMH)

Data collection during time of crisis – experiences from the COPERS study
Edvaldo Begotaraj - Italy

Longitudinal data collection on an international level during the COVID-19 pandemic
Felix Sisenop - Germany

Thu 11th
11:30-12:30
Room C
C. COVID-19 Building Back Fairer ECDC 4.C. - Round table: Recovering from the COVID-19 Pandemic: Identifying and Acting Upon Lessons Learned
Chairperson(s): Jonathan Suk - Sweden, Paul Riley - Sweden

Flavia Riccardo - Italy

Ute Rexroth - Germany

Tanya Melillo - Malta

Mario Fafangel - Slovenia

Thu 11th
11:30-12:30
Room D
D. Chronic diseases 4.D. - Oral presentations: Burden of disease: cancer and dementia
Chairperson(s): Guido Van Hal - Belgium

The Impact of Covid-19 on the population-based cancer screening programmes. Basque Country (Spain)
M.I. Portillo Villares - Spain

Progress in lung and colorectal cancer survival, in Cyprus (2004-2017): a population-based study
Annalisa Quattrocchi - Cyprus

Survival of colorectal cancer: the role of contextual, individual and tumour-specific characteristics
Sven Voigtländer - Germany

Systemic biomarkers for the preclinical diagnosis of dementia
Marta Biarnés - Spain

Changing epidemiology and trends in incidence of oesophageal cancer in England, 1985-2017
Chimba Chimba - United Kingdom

Prevalence and control status of T2DM in Bangladesh: finding from a nationally representative survey
Ipsita Sutradhar - Bangladesh

Multimorbidity patterns and its associations with health literacy in chronic kidney disease patients
Matheus Gurgel do Amaral - Netherlands

The Association between GDP and non-communicable disease mortality in the WHO European Region
Aanisah Khanzada - United Kingdom

Quantifying the burden of disease in Scotland in 2018: a Scottish Burden of Disease study
Eilidh Fletcher - United Kingdom

Thu 11th
11:30-12:30
Room E
E. Climate change, Environment NOVA National School of Public Health (Portugal) 4.E. - Workshop: Climate change influence in the exposure to several risk factors: One Health approach as a solution?
Chairperson(s): Susana Viegas - Portugal, Ricardo Assunção - Portugal

Climate change and the effects on environment and exposure to chemicals
Joana Lobo Vicente - Denmark

Climate change and health impact: is food missing in the equation?
Ricardo Assunção - Portugal

Burden of disease of dietary exposure to aflatoxins in European countries
Carla Martins - Portugal

Climate Change influence in fungi
Carla Viegas - Portugal

Climate Change and the need of a One Health Approach – from science to policy
Susana Viegas - Portugal

Thu 11th
11:30-12:30
Room F
F. Communication and infodemics EUPHA, EuroHealthNet 4.F. - Round table: Clear communication in the face of changing evidence: the example of COVID-19 prophylaxis
Chairperson(s): Alastair Leyland - EUPHA, Alison Maassen - Belgium

Thu 11th
11:30-12:30
Room G
G. Digitalisation in health 4.G. - Oral presentations: Digital health research
Chairperson(s): Anna Odone - EUPHA (DH) (IDC)

Digital health technologies: a systematic review of their cost-effectiveness
Valeria Puleo - Italy

Digital health literacy and COVID-19 pandemic: Results of a nationwide survey in Germany
Karina Karolina De Santis - Germany

Identifying the carers’ profiles of health literacy, eHealth literacy and caregiving concepts
Areti Efthymiou - Cyprus

COVID-19 vaccination readiness: use of digital technologies for data-driven decision making
Emil Syundyukov - Latvia

NoObesity: a feasibility study of Health Education England’s app to prevent childhood obesity
Madison Milne-Ives - United Kingdom

50 Global Actions to Manage the COVID-19 Infodemic: A WHO Framework
Tim Nguyen - WHO EURO

A digital health intervention for young refugees: intervention development and initial dropout rates
Laura C. Fischer - Germany

Can AI learn to identify systematic reviews on the effectiveness of public health interventions?
Kristin Read - Canada

Combining digital trends and scientific literature: a case study on Social Determinants of COVID-19
Joao Bettencourt-Silva - Ireland

Thu 11th
11:30-12:30
Room H
H. Health assessment, monitoring and reporting COST Action CA18218–European Burden of Disease Network, EUPHA -PHMR 4.H. - Skills building seminar: Infographics as a tool for knowledge translation
Chairperson(s): Brecht Devleesschauwer - Belgium, Petronille Bogaert - EUPHA (PHMR)

Infographics and the knowledge translation framework
Henk Hilderink - EUPHA (FS)

Public Health Infographic Design for the public – the evidence base
Catherine Stones - United Kingdom

Infographics in support of decision-making of well-being and health promotion
Heli Hätönen - Finland

Thu 11th
11:30-12:30
Room I
I. Health care systems and services Observatory, WHO/Europe 4.I. - Workshop: Health systems resilience during COVID-19: Lessons for building back better
Chairperson(s): Josep Figueras - European Observatory, Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - WHO EURO

Governing the COVID-19 response
Anna Sagan - United Kingdom

Financing the COVID-19 response
Jonathan Cylus - United Kingdom

Mobilizing human resources
Gemma Williams - United Kingdom

Delivering public health interventions
Dimitra Panteli - Belgium

Delivering health and social services
Erin Webb - Germany

Thu 11th
11:30-12:30
Room K
K. Health inequalities / Food and nutrition NIJZ (Slovenia), WHO/Europe, EuroHealthNet 4.K. - Workshop: What is going on? New inequalities emerging from the COVID-19 syndemic
Chairperson(s): Mojca Gabrijelčič Blenkus - Slovenia, Isabel Yordi Aguirre - WHO EURO

The relevance of WHO support to member states in measuring and understanding behaviour insights during Covid-19 syndemic
Katrine Bach Habersaat - Denmark

Mental health problems and COVID-19 – which came first, the chicken or the egg?
Matej Vinko - Slovenia

Effects of covid-19 on cognitive functioning
Voyko Kavcic - United States

Gender issues and revival of inequalities
Ada Hocevar Grom - Slovenia

Intergenerational inequalities in COVID-19
Mojca Gabrijelčič Blenkus - Slovenia

Thu 11th
11:30-12:30
Room L
L. Health promotion and healthy behavior 4.L. - Oral presentations: Health at work
Chairperson(s): Catherine Hayes - Ireland

Physical exertion at work and addictive behaviors: tobacco, cannabis, alcohol, sugar and fat intake
Nadine Hamieh - France

Oral health promotion and labour market prospects among socially disadvantaged, unemployed citizens
Anna Munk Sigsgaard - Denmark

The impact of changes in working conditions, health behavior and BMI on work ability and health.
David van de Ven - Netherlands

Disability retirement by occupational class: comparing the private sector with the public sector
Anu Polvinen - Finland

COVID-19 prevention and control measures in workplace settings: a rapid review and meta-analysis
Carolyn Ingram - Ireland

SARS-C0V-2 vaccination in the context of employment: the legal framework in Hungary
Maria Eva Foldes - Netherlands

Trends in associations between sickness absence, disability pension and paid work after age 65
Kristin Farrants - Sweden

Colleagues affect healthy eating and exercise behavior
Anne van der Put - Netherlands

Thu 11th
11:30-12:30
Room M
M. Health workforce, training and education ASPHER, EUPHA-ENV 4.M. - Round table: Preparing the climate and health workforce in Europe
Chairperson(s): John Middleton - Belgium, Kasia Czabanowska - ASPHER

Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Heather Krasna - United States

Nataša Vrapčević - Serbia

Rana Orhan - Belgium

Thu 11th
11:30-12:30
Room N
N. Public health policy EUPHA, EUPHAnxt 4.N. - Skills building seminar: Making the elevator pitch perfect: how to convince a policymaker in less than 2 minutes
Chairperson(s): Maaike Droogers - EUPHA, Monica Brînzac - EUPHAnxt

Thu 11th
11:30-12:30
Room O
O. Maternal, child and adolescent public health DG SANTE 4.O. - Workshop: Using data to save lives in times of COVID-19 and beyond
Chairperson(s): Massimo Fagnini - European Commission

Ioana-Maria Gligor - European Commission

Licinio Kustra Mano - European Commission

Konstantin Hypponen - European Commission

Ander Elustondo Jauregui - European Commission

Thu 11th
11:30-12:30
Room P
P. Mental health 4.P. - Oral presentations: Child and adolescent mental health
Chairperson(s): Sonia Saxena - EUPHA (CAPH)

Trends in adolescent mental health problems: Differences by SES and gender
Benti Geleta Buli - Sweden

Mental health of Swedish adolescents prior and one year after the start of the Corona pandemic
Fredrik Söderqvist - Sweden

Early cognitive ability and emotional-behavioural development in childhood
Andrea Bowe - Ireland

Seeking help by parents for care regarding the socio-emotional development of preschool children
Jie Luo - Netherlands

School stress and health complaints: Testing the Adolescent Stress Questionnaire in Spain and Sweden
Irene García-Moya - Spain

The role of the teacher in identifying (non-Western) children in need for psychosocial care
Diana Eijgermans - Netherlands

Educational level, attention problems, and externalizing behaviour in adolescence and early adulthood
Heiko Schmengler - Netherlands

Effectiveness and safety analysis of home-treatment models in child and adolescent psychiatric care
Sarah Wolf - Austria

Stakeholders’ involvement in identification of research and policy needs for children’s mental health
Gordana Ristovska - Republic of North Macedonia

Thu 11th
11:30-12:30
Room Q
Q. Migration, LGBTI and minorities health EUPHA-SGMH, EUPHA-ETH 4.Q. - Workshop: Intersex human rights and wellbeing
Chairperson(s): Els Maeckelberghe - EUPHA (ETH), Amets Suess Schwend - Spain

Informed consent to sex ‘normalising’ treatment of intersex children: the case of Belgium
Pieter Cannoot - Belgium

‘That decision really was mine...'. Self-reported healthcare controversies among intersex persons
Ute Lampalzer - Germany

Developing an Ethical Model of Care for People with a Variation of Sex Development in Switzerland
Cynthia Kraus - Switzerland

Psychosocial Approaches and Discursive Gaps in Intersex Healthcare
Limor Meoded Danon - Israel

Towards an Agency-based Model of Intersexuality, Variations of Sex Characteristics, and DSD Health
Daniela Crocetti - Italy

Thu 11th
13:50-14:50
Room A
A. The futures of public health EUPHA-HSR 5.A. - Workshop: Transforming health and care systems
Chairperson(s): Johan Hansen - EUPHA (HSR), Chiara de Waure - EUPHA (HTA)

A European Partnership on Transforming health and care systems – state of play and future plans
Sabrina Montante - Belgium

The organisation of resilient health and social care following the COVID-19 pandemic – A critical review
Heather L. Rogers - Spain

Transforming health and care systems on the political agenda of the EU Presidency of Slovenia
Tit Albreht - Slovenia

Thu 11th
13:50-14:50
Room B
B. COVID-19 Epidemiology, impact and responses Robert Koch Institute, German Youth Institute (Germany) 5.B. - Workshop: Combining surveillance, survey and outbreak data for monitoring COVID-19 in German day care centres
Chairperson(s): Susanne Jordan - Germany, Herman Van Oyen - Belgium

Value of integrated mandatory national surveillance data and literature reviews to inform public health policy in the child care sector
Udo Buchholz - Germany

SARS-CoV-2 infections in day care centres in Germany: social, structural, and hygiene determinants for infection among children and staff in the second and third wave of the pandemic
Franz Neuberger - Germany

The implementation of protective and hygienic measures in day care centres in Germany
Svenja Diefenbacher - Germany

Transmission of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) in day care centres – Lessons learned from a prospective analysis of outbreaks in Germany
Gianni Varnaccia - Germany

Thu 11th
13:50-14:50
Room C
C. COVID-19 Building Back Fairer EUPHA-IDC 5.C. - Workshop: COVID-19 response in Europe one year on: a tale of five countries
Chairperson(s): Michael Edelstein - EUPHA (IDC), Aura Timen - Netherlands

A Tale of 5 countries- the UK perspective
Jamie Lopez Bernal - Israel

A Tale of 5 countries- the Sweden perspective
Sara Byfors - Sweden

A Tale of 5 countries- the Portugal perspective
Ricardo Mexia - EUPHA (IDC)

A Tale of 5 countries- the Poland perspective
Maria Gańczak - Poland

A Tale of 5 countries- the Italy perspective
Anna Odone - EUPHA (DH) (IDC)

Thu 11th
13:50-14:50
Room D
D. Chronic diseases 5.D. - Oral presentations: Diabetes control and stroke care
Chairperson(s): Monika Mensing - Germany

Assessment of glycemic control among Tunisian diabetic adults
Ines Cherif - Tunisia

Development of Comorbidities in Type 2 Diabetes: Morbidity Expansion or Dynamic Equilibrium?
Batoul Safieddine - Germany

Anthropometric indicators and diabetes incidence: results from a national cohort study, Turkey
Sibel Sakarya - Turkey

Tingbjerg Changing Diabetes: Dynamic intersectoral collaboration in community health promotion
Mette Kirstine Tørslev - Denmark

Good perception of own lifestyle associated with poor attendance at Diabetic RetinaScreen Programme
Shiraz Syed - Ireland

Adaptation and learning processes of stroke survivors and family carers: a scoping review
Ana Moura - Portugal

Sex differences in the associations of socioeconomic status with stroke in the Turkish Population
Öykü Turunç - Turkey

Impact of organizational innovation in stroke care on post-acute phase health expenses in France
Dédé Sika Kossi - France

Thu 11th
13:50-14:50
Room E
E. Climate change, Environment 5.E. - Oral presentations: Environmental factors on health
Chairperson(s): Peter Van Den Hazel - EUPHA (ENV)

Ambient particulate matter exposure interacts with abdominal obesity to increase blood triglycerides
Vânia Gaio - Portugal

Impact of environmental factors and Sahara dust intrusions on incidence of COVID-19 in Spain
Dante R. Culqui L. - Spain

Analysis of the current situation with water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) in rural hospitals
Alua Omarova - Kazakhstan

Prospective association between dietary pesticide exposure profiles and Type 2 Diabetes risk
Pauline Rebouillat - France

A policy index on healthy and sustainable food systems for governments – INFORMAS 2.0
Celia Burgaz - Belgium

Evidence-informed health care infrastructures: test of SustHealthv2 tool on hospital pilot cases
Andrea Brambilla - Italy

Design primes to change health behaviour - Using aesthetic features for health behaviour change
Jonas Rehn - Germany

Perceived health and interaction with healthcare workers of a hard-to-reach group in a Roman suburb
Elena Mazzalai - Italy

Thu 11th
13:50-14:50
Room F
F. Communication and infodemics 5.F. - Oral presentations: Understanding public health messages
Chairperson(s): Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA)

Effects of industry vs independent messages on harmful products: A randomized online survey
Nason Maani - United Kingdom

Alcohol packaging as a promotional tool: A focus group study with young adult drinkers in Scotland
Daniel Jones - United Kingdom

An analysis of how lobbying by the alcohol industry has eroded the French marketing regulation law
Ana Millot - France

Enforcing ‘no-choice’? Health warning messages on sweets to inform healthy food choices
Antje Risius - Germany

Communicative health literacy of Hungarian adults – who are the most vulnerable?
Éva Bíró - Hungary

The Role of Community Health Workers in the COVID-19 Response in the Caribbean, an exploratory study
Nina Rise - France

Vaccine Hesitancy and Cognitive Biases: A tailored approach for a better communication
Virginia Casigliani - Italy

Thu 11th
13:50-14:50
Room G
G. Digitalisation in health EUPHA 5.G. - Skills building seminar: How to organise and benefit from a public health week in your country, region or continent
Chairperson(s): Débora Miranda - European Observatory, Maaike Droogers - EUPHA

Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA

Thomas Dorner - Austria

Marie Guichardon - EUPHA

Monica Brînzac - EUPHAnxt

Thu 11th
13:50-14:50
Room H
H. Health assessment, monitoring and reporting COST Action CA18218–European Burden of Disease Network 5.H. - Skills building seminar: Methodological choices in burden of disease studies: a literature review of European studies
Chairperson(s): Brecht Devleesschauwer - Belgium, Juanita Haagsma - Netherlands

An overview of burden of disease studies in Europe
Periklis Charalampous - Netherlands

A systematic literature review of studies estimating the risk factor attributable burden in Europe
Vanessa Gorasso - Belgium

A systematic literature review of burden of disease studies in Europe: next steps and implications for researchers
Brecht Devleesschauwer - Belgium

Thu 11th
13:50-14:50
Room I
I. Health care systems and services 5.I. - Oral presentations: Data for better health services performance
Chairperson(s): Stefan Buttigieg - EUPHA (DH)

Indirect health effects of the COVID-19 pandemic: Insights from European countries
Andrea Schmidt - Austria

Relationship between clinical record completeness and occurrence of adverse events within hospitals
Flavio Mellace - Italy

Health system description and assessment: a review of systematic tools for analyses
Ruth Waitzberg - Germany

Predictors of ER access of frail elderly: a way to fighting the COVID-19 outbreak.
Susanna Gentili - Italy

Understanding how to improve the use of clinical coordination mechanisms between levels of care
M Luisa Vázquez Navarrete - Spain

Comparison of admissions for Acute Coronary Syndrome between 2020 and two control periods in Abruzzo
Fabrizio Cedrone - Italy

Audit and feedback strategies: study protocol and preliminary results from the EASY-NET project
Nera Agabiti - Italy

HPV self-sampling among cervical cancer screening nonattenders: a feasibility study in Estonia
Reeli Hallik - Estonia

Hospital hand hygiene monitoring: internal audits and the role of public health residents
Giacomo Pietro Vigezzi - Italy

Thu 11th
13:50-14:50
Room K
K. Health inequalities / Food and nutrition 5.K. - Oral presentations: Social determinants and healthy life
Chairperson(s): Linsay Gray - EUPHA (EPI)

Co-designing a training package to promote health / oral health for people experiencing homelessness
Andrea Rodriguez - United Kingdom

Living and working in proximity to alcohol outlets and problem drinking: a longitudinal study
Auriba Raza - Sweden

The impact of smoking on mortality in the face of population ageing: the example of Germany
Ute Mons - Germany

Two interventions to help smokers quit - when less is more
Jasmina Kovačević - Croatia

Health literacy needs among unemployed adults: Triangulating interview and scoping review data
Florence Samkange-Zeeb - Germany

Socioeconomic inequalities in health: the role of daily hassles and the importance of health
Sanne Verra - Netherlands

Physical Activity Determinants in Older People: An Analysis of the UK Understanding Society Wave 2
Moses Ikpeme - United Kingdom

Socioeconomic differences in metabolic syndrome development and the role of perceived stress
Liza Hoveling - Netherlands

Thu 11th
13:50-14:50
Room L
L. Health promotion and healthy behavior BZgA (Germany) 5.L. - Workshop: Advocation for sexuality education for children and young people with disabilities
Chairperson(s): Johanna Marquardt - Germany

Barriers to cse for children and young People with disabilities and how to overcome thema
Kristien Michielsen - Belgium

Tools to advocate for CSE for children and young people with disabilities
Johanna Marquardt - Germany

Human rights approach to disability advocacy on sexual health and education
Hildur Önnudóttir - Belgium

Thu 11th
13:50-14:50
Room M
M. Health workforce, training and education Bielefeld University (Germany), ASPHER 5.M. - Skills building seminar: How to integrate social identities in public health education – an intersectional approach
Chairperson(s): Yudit Namer - Germany, Lisa Wandschneider - Germany

An introductory course on social identities and their importance in public health
Lisa Wandschneider - Germany

Thu 11th
13:50-14:50
Room N
N. Public health policy EUPHA-PHPP, EUPHA-PHMR, EUPHA-HIA, EUPHA-ECO 5.N. - Round table: Cross country COVID-19 policy learning: politics, arrangements and conditions for legitimate policy
Chairperson(s): Marleen Bekker - EUPHA (PHPP), Petronille Bogaert - EUPHA (PHMR)

Government political ideology and COVID-19 public health policy responses.
João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO)

Experiences from one year Rapid Exchange Forum
Claudia Habl - Austria

Policy interactions during the Dutch 'Public Health Foresight, in the light of COVID-19'
Henk Hilderink - EUPHA (FS)

Reflections on the presentations from the rapid Health Impact Assessment perspective.
Liz Green - United Kingdom

Thu 11th
13:50-14:50
Room O
O. Maternal, child and adolescent public health EPOPé Research Team (France) 5.O. - Workshop: Migrants and differential care in the perinatal period
Chairperson(s): Birgitta Essén - Sweden

Evidence for differential care in Down syndrome screening based on maternal origin: a population based survey in France
Olivia Anselem - France

Sociological approach of differential care in Down syndrome screening based on maternal place of birth
Priscille Sauvegrain - France

Racial implicit bias among obstetricians and midwives, and information on Down syndrome screening
Elie Azria - France

Thu 11th
13:50-14:50
Room P
P. Mental health 5.P. - Oral presentations: Depression and the impact of COVID-20
Mental health services use for depression: socioeconomic status, needs perception and affordability
Luis Roxo - Portugal

Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression among Italian UNiversity academics: the 2020 UN-SAD study
Massimo Del Pin - Italy

Gender differences in depressive symptoms and perception of need of mental health services
Luis Roxo - Portugal

Distress symptoms in older adults: results from the Survey for Health and Retirement in Europe
Orjola Shahaj - Czechia

Prevalence of Major Depressive Episode in 27 European Countries
Jorge Arias de la Torre - United Kingdom

The other side of COVID-19: a cross-sectional study on mental health in a sample of Italian nurses
Erika Renzi - Italy

Image of psychiatry and psychic illness during the COVID-19 pandemic: social media monitoring
Ignat Bogdan - Russia

Thu 11th
13:50-14:50
Room Q
Q. Migration, LGBTI and minorities health Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich (Germany) 5.Q. - Workshop: Participatory health research with refugees: Voices, experiences, and methodologies
Chairperson(s): Hella von Unger - Germany

“Life in the camps makes you sick.” Results of a photovoice project with refugees in Munich, Germany
Lydia Namutebi - Germany

Health promotion through digital means: Refugee women using video and social media in times of COVID-19
Maryam Mohammadi - Germany

Engaging communities through community mapping
Tanja Gangarova - Germany

Thu 11th
15:00-16:00
Room A
A. The futures of public health DG SANTE, EUPHA, HADEA 6.A. - Workshop: European Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Authority (HERA)
Chairperson(s): Massimo Fagnini - European Commission

Nuria Molina - Belgium

Antoine Schwoerer - France

Anniek de Ruijter - Netherlands

Agnes Molnar - Luxembourg

Maarten Vergauwen - Belgium

Wolfgang Philipp - DG SANTE, EC

Magda Chlebus - Belgium

Paul Zubeil - Germany

Thu 11th
15:00-16:00
Room B
B. COVID-19 Epidemiology, impact and responses PHIRI, EUPHA-PHMR, Sciensano 6.B. - Workshop: Fostering population health research on COVID-19 to support policy making
Chairperson(s): Herman Van Oyen - Belgium, Petronille Bogaert - EUPHA (PHMR)

Introduction to the Population Health Information Research Infrastructure
Nienke Schutte - Belgium

Health Information Portal - One-stop-shop for health information
Hanna Tolonen - EUPHA (PHMR)

Building a federated research infrastructure for a policy-rapid response
Enrique Bernal-Delgado - Spain

European School on Health Information: Strengthening Public Health Information Workforce in Europe
Luis Lapao - Portugal

The PHIRI Rapid Exchange Forum
Claudia Habl - Austria

Thu 11th
15:00-16:00
Room C
C. COVID-19 Building Back Fairer 6.C. - Oral presentations: COVID-19 vaccination readiness
Chairperson(s): Maria Gańczak - Poland

How the population worldwide is reacting to the COVID-19 vaccines: a systematic review on hesitancy
Giovanna Failla - Italy

Mapping levels of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy worldwide: preliminary results of a systematic review
Azzurra Massimi - Italy

The willingness to be vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2 in the Italian population
Benedetta Contoli - Italy

“Missed a vaccine?” Survey on vaccine hesitancy of high-risk categories in Bologna
Marco Montalti - Italy

COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among university students: how worrying is it? An Italian survey
Valentina Baccolini - Italy

Covid-19 vaccination – Malta’s attitude
Sarah Cuschieri - Malta

The Arguments of the COVID-19 Vaccines Opponents on Facebook in Poland: Textual Analysis Study
Dominik Wawrzuta - Poland

Factors affecting Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy: A social media study in Turkey
Erkan Pehlivan - Turkey

COVID vaccination efficiency in nursing homes: from nursing home-centred to resident-centred
Tiba Delespierre - France

Thu 11th
15:00-16:00
Room D
D. Chronic diseases 6.D. - Oral presentations: Chronic diseases and nutrition
Chairperson(s): Alberto Mateo Urdiales - EUPHA (FN)

Comparison of metabolic syndrome prevalence using four definitions – a case study from Finland
Laura Paalanen - Finland

Effects of plasma fatty acids and desaturase activity on metabolic syndrome in a general population
Yinjie Zhu - Netherlands

Dietary trans fatty acid intakes and cancer risk: results from the NutriNet-Santé cohort
Gaëlle Wendeu-Foyet - France

Plant-based polyphenol-rich foods and beverages influence metabolic health in a Mediterranean cohort
Agnieszka Micek - Poland

Lifecourse partnership breakups or years lived alone and low grade inflammation in middle-aged adults
Karolina Davidsen - Denmark

Nutrient and energy contribution of ultra-processed foods in the diet of nations: a meta-analysis
Giuseppe Grosso - EUPHA (FN)

Community-based interventions to prevent obesity among children and adults: A systematic review
Julia Santamaria - Austria

Meals adequacy during weekdays and weekends in an Italian primary school children sample
Giorgia Soldà - Italy

Thu 11th
15:00-16:00
Room E
E. Climate change, Environment EUPHA-PHPP, EUPHA-ENV, EUPHA-CHR, EUPHA-PHMR 6.E. - Round table: Governance and diplomacy of climate health adaptation: roles for public health community
Chairperson(s): Marleen Bekker - EUPHA (PHPP), Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Planetary health research: insights from The Lancet Planetary Health original articles.
Chiara Cadeddu - Italy

Planetary health diplomacy and transdisciplinary research.
Nicole de Paula - Germany

Understanding climate health adaptation in practice: adaptation to the oak processionary moth in The Netherlands
Yvette Buist - Netherlands

Thu 11th
15:00-16:00
Room F
F. Communication and infodemics EUPHA-EPI, EUPHA-HTA, EUPHA-IDC, EUPHA-PHMR 6.F. - Workshop: Risk communication in the context of a pandemic event
Chairperson(s): Stefania Boccia - EUPHA (EPI), Michael Edelstein - EUPHA (IDC)

Skills needed to communicate adequately COVID-19 risk indicators to citizens and policy-makers
Donato Greco - Italy

The role of trust in risk communication: the Norwegian experience
Heidi Lyshol - Norway

Patient and citizen engagement, and deliberative processes in COVID-19 vaccine assessment
Valentina Strammiello - Belgium

Thu 11th
15:00-16:00
Room G
G. Digitalisation in health Health Information and Quality Authority (Ireland) 6.G. - Workshop: Developing a consent model for health information – challenges in a rapidly changing digital world
Chairperson(s): Barbara Foley - Ireland, Sarah Jane Flaherty - Ireland

Developing Recommendations on a Consent Model for Health Information in Ireland using a Public Engagement Approach
Sarah Jane Flaherty - Ireland

Engaging the public on health information – the importance of being inclusive, authentic and collaborative
Amy Darlington - United Kingdom

The Road to eHealth in Estonia: Lessons Learned and Future Opportunities and Challenges
Madis Tiik - Estonia

Thu 11th
15:00-16:00
Room H
H. Health assessment, monitoring and reporting Norwegian Institute of Public Health 6.H. - Workshop: Migration Health Country Assessment: Self-assessment tool developed by JAHEE WP7 Use and application
Chairperson(s): Bernadette Kumar - EUPHA (MIG)

The Country Assessment Tool - process of development and use
Bernadette Kumar - EUPHA (MIG)

MIPEX vs Country Assessment Tool – Pros and Cons
David Ingleby - Netherlands

Country Experience with using the Country Assessment Tool (Lessons learned)
Gillian Richardson - United Kingdom

Country Experience with using the Country Assessment Tool (Lessons learned)
Charlott Nordström - Norway

Thu 11th
15:00-16:00
Room I
I. Health care systems and services EUPHA-HP 6.I. - Workshop: Social Prescribing: what has been learned in developing evidence, what challenges and solutions?
Chairperson(s): Sonia Dias - Portugal, Megan Elliott - United Kingdom

Social prescribing, evidence and progress; the view from England
Marcello Bertotti - United Kingdom

Developing a social prescribing research school using translational research: Learning from Wales
Carolyn Wallace - United Kingdom

The evidence of social prescribing – Challenges found in conducting a systematic review
Wolfram Herrmann - Germany

Developing evidence on social prescribing initiative in Lisbon:Challenges and insights for improving
Sonia Dias - Portugal

What data is currently collected on social prescribing outcomes?Case studies of two sites in England
Joanna Goldthorpe - United Kingdom

Thu 11th
15:00-16:00
Room K
K. Health inequalities / Food and nutrition 6.K. - Oral presentations: Food, nutrition and diet
Psychological distress from the COVID-19 confinement is associated with unhealthy dietary changes
Marialaura Bonaccio - Italy

Changes in food-related practices among families in Ireland as a consequence of COVID-19
Elena Vaughan - Ireland

The impact of the COVID-19 on the consumption of food supplements in the Lithuanian population
Rokas Arlauskas - Lithuania

Personality traits associated with Healthy Diet and Obesity: A systematic review.
Modou Diop - Spain

Mediterranean Diet in Europe: how are mature adults and elderly moving closer to this diet pattern?
Ricardo Alves - Portugal

Ultra-processed food consumption modifies the association of Nutri-Score with all-cause mortality
Marialaura Bonaccio - Italy

Ability of Nutri-Score to discriminate the nutritional quality of prepacked foods in Slovenia
Edvina Hafner - Slovenia

Women’s perception of and readiness to adopt a sustainable healthy diet in Enugu City, Nigeria.
Daniel Ogbuabor - Nigeria

Food literacy in child care institutions: transmission of competences and youth involvement
Marianne S. Morseth - Norway

Thu 11th
15:00-16:00
Room L
L. Health promotion and healthy behavior JAHEE, BZgA (Germany), Generalitat Valenciana (Spain), City of Utrecht (Netherlands), ISS (Italy) 6.L. - Workshop: On the way to health equity – strengthening health promotion governance at local level in Europe
Chairperson(s): Christina Plantz - Germany, Rosana Peiro Pérez - Spain

Policy Recommendations for healthy living environments and municipal health promotion in Europe
Christina Plantz - Germany

Opportunities and barriers of creating healthy living environments – a Delphi Study
Janna Leimann - Germany

How can European countries move towards a participatory local governance for health equity?
Rosana Peiro Pérez - Spain

How can European countries move towards a participatory local governance for health equity?
Benedetta Mattioli - Italy

How can European countries move towards a participatory local governance for health equity?
Miriam Weber - Netherlands

Thu 11th
15:00-16:00
Room M
M. Health workforce, training and education EUPHA-PMH 6.M. - Workshop: Moral distress and moral injury in the public health community in times of COVID-19
Chairperson(s): Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA, Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Moral injury and moral distress
Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Moral distress: Ethically appropriate actions
Els Maeckelberghe - EUPHA (ETH)

Global solidarity, justice and moral failures
Farhang Tahzib - EUPHA (ETH)

Did You Ever Imagine Yourself?
Hanna Kaade - Germany

Thu 11th
15:00-16:00
Room N
N. Public health policy Observatory 6.N. - Workshop: The politics of credit and blame: centralizing/decentralizing governance in the COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Matthias Wismar - European Observatory

Theory and conceptual frameworks: blame and credit/centralization and decentralization
Holly Jarman - United States

Pandemic response credit-claiming and blame-avoidance in Austria
Michelle Falkenbach - Austria

Pandemic response credit-claiming and blame-avoidance in Czechia
Olga Loblova - United Kingdom

Pandemic response credit-claiming and blame-avoidance in France
Sarah Rozenblum - United States

Credit-taking, blame-avoidance as drivers for power shifts: implications for effective emergency responses
Scott Greer - United States

Thu 11th
15:00-16:00
Room O
O. Maternal, child and adolescent public health University of Copenhagen (Denmark) 6.O. - Workshop: Immigrant mothers’ perinatal mental health: social determinants and psychosocial supports
Chairperson(s): Maria Marti Castaner - Denmark, Wietse Tol - Denmark

New evidence on the prevalence and risk of peripartum mental illness amongst migrant women: A global review of the literature
Daniela Fuhr - United Kingdom

Social isolation & loneliness among asylum-seeking parents with young children (0-5 years old)
Lisa Merry - Canada

Perinatal mental health services for mothers from ethnic minority and migrant backgrounds
Hora Soltani - United Kingdom

How to promote maternal mental well-being in refugee mothers through home visiting: the Danish experience.
Maria Marti Castaner - Denmark

Thu 11th
15:00-16:00
Room P
P. Mental health Inselspital Bern (Switzerland) 6.P. - Round table: Strengthening refugee aid workers resilience during the pandemic and beyond
Chairperson(s): Anne Jachmann - Switzerland, Evika Karamagioli - Greece

Evgenia Thanou - Greece

Nikos Gionakis - Greece

Lilian Markaki - Greece

Thu 11th
15:00-16:00
Room Q
Q. Migration, LGBTI and minorities health EUPHA-SGMH 6.Q. - Workshop: Developing interventions to improve health and wellbeing of sexual and gender minority populations
Chairperson(s): Igor Grabovac - Austria, Richard Bränström - EUPHA (SGMH)

Strategies to challenge discrimination and foster inclusivity for LGBT+Q+ youth in workplaces: a qualitative exploratory study in six European countries
Radhika Seiler-Ramadas - Austria

Experiences of Trans and Non-Binary Patients during Medical Transitioning and Associations with the Patient-Physician Relationship in Austria
Lovro Markovic - Austria

Feasibility and Acceptability of a Patient Navigation Intervention to Prevent Suicide in LGBTQ Youth and Young Adults
Arjan van der Star - EUPHA (SGMH)

Effects of ‘It Gets Better’ suicide prevention videos on LGBTQ youth: randomised controlled trial
Stefanie Kirchner - Austria

Thu 11th
16:20-17:20
Plenary Hall
EC, EUPHA PL3 - Plenary 3: Learning from the pandemic and getting ready for the next one

Moderators: Isabel de la Mata, European Commision and Dineke Zeegers Paget, EUPHA

 

COVID-19 has shown us that most countries were not focusing their emergency preparedness plans in the correct direction. Preparedness plans were conceived only for health events that are more explosive in initiation and resolution. Governments of a wide range of the political spectrum failed to address the pandemic effectively. So, what can we learn from our successes and from our failures? In this session we ask panellists to reflect on the successes and failures and for their ideas on how to be better prepared for future pandemics. 

 

Speakers/panellists:

  • Andrea Ammon, Director European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)
  • Sandra Gallina, Director-General Health and Food Safety, European Commission
  • Michael Edelstein, President EUPHA Infectious diseases control section
  • Laura de la Torre Perez, Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), Spain

 

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Thu 11th
17:30-18:30
Room A
A. The futures of public health SDG5 WG EUPHA, EUPHA-HWR, EUPHA-INJ, WHO/Europe 7.A. - Round table: Multilateral Partnerships to achieve the SDG5: Gender Equality, and to combat COVID-19
Chairperson(s): Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA), Isabel Yordi Aguirre - WHO EURO

Carlien Scheele - Lithuania

Alia El Yassir - Turkey

Victoria Vivilaki - Netherlands

Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA

Pille Tsopp-Pagan - Estonia

Thu 11th
17:30-18:30
Room B
B. COVID-19 Epidemiology, impact and responses 7.B. - Oral presentations: Managing the COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Ricardo Mexia - EUPHA (IDC)

Health services use in people with chronic diseases during the pandemic:Results from the iCARE study
Jovana Stojanovic - Canada

Impact of COVID-19 on hospital care, employment and mental health of people with Cystic Fibrosis
Rini Bhatnagar - Ireland

COVID-19 infection in ethnic minorities: A systematic review of age and gender distribution
Bethany Thompson - United Kingdom

COVID-19 in patients receiving renal replacement therapy in the Russian Federation
Elizaveta Rumiantseva - Russia

Socioeconomic inequalities in the incidence of COVID-19 in Barcelona and policy responses
Davide Malmusi - Spain

Local municipalities experiences in managing the covid19 pandemic in Israel – a qualitative study
Hilla Nehushtan - Israel

Living systematic reviews in a context of rapidly emerging diseases: challenges and lessons learned
Claire Iannizzi - Germany

Social determinants of health during the COVID-19 pandemic: a systematic review
Heidi Green - Australia

Thu 11th
17:30-18:30
Room C
C. COVID-19 Building Back Fairer EUPHA-PHMR, PHIRI, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Sciensano, HealthPros Network, WHO EURO 7.C. - Workshop: Dashboards for COVID-19: Lessons learned
Chairperson(s): Heidi Lyshol - Norway, Petronille Bogaert - EUPHA (PHMR)

Introduction and purpose
Heidi Lyshol - Norway

What is a covid dashboard?
Neil Riley - United Kingdom

Examples and processes from national dashboards: Belgium and Kosovo
Mathias Leroy - Belgium

Citizen initiative: www.covid19data.no
Thomas Hansen - Norway

What makes COVID-19 dashboards actionable? Lessons learned from international and country-specific studies of COVID-19 dashboards and with dashboard developers in the WHO European Region
Damir Ivankovic - Netherlands

Thu 11th
17:30-18:30
Room D
D. Chronic diseases EPHA-HSR, EUPHA-CHR 7.D. - Workshop: Optimal development and interactions between cancer policy tools at the EU and national level
Chairperson(s): Johan Hansen - EUPHA (HSR), Julian Mamo - EUPHA (CHR)

Development of cancer policy priorities based on research informed policy
Walter Ricciardi - WFPHA

National cancer planning instruments in Europe and their developments
Tit Albreht - Slovenia

Thu 11th
17:30-18:30
Room E
E. Climate change, Environment EUPHA-URB, EUPHA-PMH, EUPHA-ENV 7.E. - Skills building seminar: (Re)Forming cities due to the COVID challenge: Urban, Environmental & Public Mental Health outcomes
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH), Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Looking for a healthy breath - the importance and potential of urban green spaces in the city: Case study of Novi Sad, Vojvodina Province, Serbia.
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Green Space and Mental Health outcomes: a cross-sectional survey as a starting point to bridge Green Areas' features to the post-pandemic needs.
Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

The city of proximity as an Urban Health strategy for the post pandemic neighborhood’s needs.
Stefano Capolongo - EUPHA (URB)

Thu 11th
17:30-18:30
Room F
F. Communication and infodemics GÖG​ (Austria) 7.F. - Workshop: Health literacy in the European Region: a summary of survey results and policy recommendations
Chairperson(s): Diane Levin-Zamir - Israel, Stephan Van Den Broucke - Belgium

The European Health Literacy Survey 2019 of M-POHL: a summary of its main results
Jürgen M Pelikan - Austria

Policy recommendations for improving health literacy: based on European Health Literacy Survey 2019
Christina Dietscher - Austria

Panelist
Kristine Sørensen - Denmark

Panelist
Miguel Arriaga - Portugal

Panelist
Maria Lopatina - Russia

Thu 11th
17:30-18:30
Room G
G. Digitalisation in health 7.G. - Oral presentations: Using digital tools
Chairperson(s): Anthony Staines - Ireland

Influences on the use of digital tools in primary care to deliver physical activity advice
Paulina Bondaronek - United Kingdom

Using personalised avatars as an adjunct to a weight loss management programme: A feasibility study
Maria Horne - United Kingdom

Advances in real-time social listening for an adaptive public health response: WHO’s EARS platform
Christine Czerniak - Switzerland

Telemedicine: first steps in a north-eastern Italian region during first year of pandemic.
Francesca Antinolfi - Italy

A COVID-19 screening method based on eyes photographs and artificial intelligence
Ana Boned-Ombuena - Spain

Digitalizing quality of care control: a Business Intelligence system for COVID-19 inpatients
Ilya Potapov - Russia

Digital Health Literacy – results of a representative survey among adults in Germany
Hajo Zeeb - Germany

The public health potential of two popular apps to increase physical activity
Paulina Bondaronek - United Kingdom

Feasibility of an artificially intelligent vaccines chatbot in Pakistan: A mixed methods evaluation
Fatima Miraj - Pakistan

Thu 11th
17:30-18:30
Room H
H. Health assessment, monitoring and reporting RIVM (Netherlands) 7.H. - Workshop: Knowledge Translation and Burden of Disease, from theory to practice
Chairperson(s): Henk Hilderink - EUPHA (FS), Elena Pallari - Cyprus

The concept of Knowledge Translation in relation to Burden of Disease
Elena Pallari - Cyprus

Burden 2020: The German Burden of Disease Study Informative, comprehensive, appealing and digital: Providing health data to users. Accessibility of scientific results in the burden context
Aline Anton - Germany

Scottish Burden of Disease (SBOD) study: a population health surveillance system for meaningful action
Grant Wyper - United Kingdom

Dutch DALYS: The Dutch National Burden of Disease study
Henk Hilderink - EUPHA (FS)

Thu 11th
17:30-18:30
Room I
I. Health care systems and services Observatory 7.I. - Workshop: Data for health services research: what can we learn from other countries?
Chairperson(s): Dimitra Panteli - Belgium

An analytical framework for assessing data for health services research
Erin Webb - Germany

Country experiences with data linkage initiatives
Sara Allin - Canada

Thu 11th
17:30-18:30
Room K
K. Health inequalities / Food and nutrition WHO EURO, EMCDDA, EUPHA-PHPP, EUPHA-IDC 7.K. - Workshop: The impact of COVID-19 response measures on health and healthcare for people in detention in Europe
Chairperson(s): Carina Ferreira-Borges - WHO EURO, Sofia Ribeiro - EUPHA (PHPP)

COVID-19 infections and prevention and control measures in European prisons
Filipa Alves da Costa - Russia

SARS-CoV2 vaccination roll-out in European prisons
Lara Tavoschi - Italy

Mental health among people in prison at the time of COVID-19: all bad news?
Emma Plugge - United Kingdom

Impact of COVID-19 on drug use disorders and provision of drug related interventions in prison
Linda Montanari - Portugal

Prisons, drugs and COVID-19: Early releases and continuity of care
Sam Shirley-Beavan - United Kingdom

Thu 11th
17:30-18:30
Room L
L. Health promotion and healthy behavior 7.L. - Oral presentations: Prevention and healthy behaviour
Chairperson(s): Evangelia Chrysikou - EUPHA (URB)

Health Literacy and COVID-19 preventive behaviours in during the Lock-Down Phase in Tuscany (Italy)
Marco Del Riccio - Italy

Impact on invitation and participation in the CRC screening in the Basque Country due to Covid19
Isabel Idigoras Rubio - Spain

Breast self-examination among older women in Ireland: The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing -TILDA
Nancy Bhardwaj - Ireland

Sedentary behaviour and risk of breast cancer according to occupation and family size
Marina Pinto-Carbó - Spain

Documenting experiential knowledge to enhance breast and cervical cancers screening uptake in France
Samuel Gaspard - France

How structural and individual factors help explain socioeconomic inequalities in health behaviors
Andrea Mudd - Netherlands

Health-related lifestyles: how they have changed after the COVID-19 pandemic occurring in Italy
Valentina Minardi - Italy

Modelling the impact of compliance fruit and vegetable intake recommendations on mortality in Russia
Dinara Mukaneeva - Russia

Trends in obesity among adults in Estonia, 2000–2018
Kersti Pärna - Estonia

Thu 11th
17:30-18:30
Room M
M. Health workforce, training and education ASPHER 7.M. - Round table: The role of European schools of public health in the 2020 COVID-19 response
Chairperson(s): Ariane Bauernfeind - Spain, Anders Foldspang - Denmark

Laurent Chambaud - France

Nadav Davidovitch - Israel

Ramune Kalediene - Lithuania

Henrique Barros - Portugal

Thu 11th
17:30-18:30
Room N
N. Public health policy EUPHAnxt 7.N. - Workshop: Engaging the young stakeholders in planning for recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Sonia Saxena - EUPHA (CAPH), Gabrielle Mathews - United Kingdom

Sonia Saxena - EUPHA (CAPH)

Rakhee Shah - United Kingdom

Gabrielle Mathews - United Kingdom

Bea Albermann - Switzerland

Jinane Ghattas - EUPHAnxt

Thu 11th
17:30-18:30
Room O
O. Maternal, child and adolescent public health 7.O. - Oral presentations: COVID-19: the impact on children and adolescents
Chairperson(s): Julia Dratva - EUPHA (CAPH)

Three months follow-up of children infected with COVID-19
Öykü Turunç - Turkey

Assessing COVID-19-related depression, anxiety and stress among European public health residents
Giovanna Failla - Italy

Knowledge, perceptions and attitudes of university students regarding COVID-19, Cyprus
Nicos Middleton - Cyprus

Effect of peer-education on the willingness to vaccinate against COVID-19 among high school students
Oskar Pasek - Poland

High school students’ attitudes towards SARS-CoV-2 pandemic: an online cross-sectional survey
Julia Komorzycka - Poland

1-year impact of COVID-19 on childhood immunizations in Pakistan: analysis of >3.7 million children
Subhash Chandir - United States

How many children meet physical activity guidelines after SARS-CoV-2 outbreak? I-MOVE study results
Laura Dallolio - Italy

Concerns and effects of COVID-19 in families with babies: results of a nationwide survey in Finland
Reija Klemetti - Finland

Effects of COVID-19 on maternal, child healthcare (MCH) services in slums: lessons from India
Kanupriya Kothiwal - India

Thu 11th
17:30-18:30
Room P
P. Mental health BZgA (Germany), Santé Publique (France), Epidemiologia Piemonte (Italy) 7.P. - Workshop: Mental health during the Covid19 pandemic & corresponding national health promotion measures
Chairperson(s): Yvette Shajanian Zarneh - Germany

Population wellbeing and psychosocial burden during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Germany – results from (bi-)weekly monitoring data and the resulting health promoting activities on the national level
Freia De Bock - Germany

Mental health promotion in France during the Covid19 pandemic
Ingrid Gillaizeau - France

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on emotional status of the adult and older population in Italy. Data from the behavioural risk factor surveillance systems PASSI and PASSI d’Argento, 2020-2021.
Giuseppe Costa - Italy

Thu 11th
17:30-18:30
Room Q
Q. Migration, LGBTI and minorities health PH-LENS (Germany) 7.Q. - Workshop: Empirical insights on understanding of Othering and its impact on refugee health
Chairperson(s): Oliver Razum - Germany, Theda Borde - Germany

Attitudes towards Refugees in the Political Center of Germany: A Re-Analysis
Ronja Boege - Germany

Othering of Forced Migrant Women in Maternal Care. Becoming a Mother – Being constructed as Other: Results of a qualitative study in Germany
Martha Engelhardt - Germany

The role of Inclusionary Othering in Public Health
Nurcan Akbulut - Germany


Friday 12th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 12th
9:00-10:00
Room A
A. The futures of public health Governing Health Futures 2030, EUPHA -DH 8.A. - Round table: Governing digital transformations in health: Shaping the digital future of Europe
Chairperson(s): Brian Li Han Wong - United Kingdom

Ilona Kickbusch - Switzerland

Andrew Wyckoff - France

Andrzej Rys - European Commission

Anna Odone - EUPHA (DH) (IDC)

Ioana-Maria Gligor - European Commission

Fri 12th
9:00-10:00
Room B
B. COVID-19 Epidemiology, impact and responses 8.B. - Oral presentations: Impact of COVID-19 and excess mortality
Chairperson(s): Milena Šantrić Milićević - Serbia

Mortlity of frail patients with covid-19: a multivariate cox model
Rosa Magallón-Botaya - Spain

Association between the frailty and the covid-19 prognosis.
Rosa Magallón-Botaya - Spain

Potential life years lost to COVID-19 in 17 countries during the pandemic period, up to August 2020
Souzana Achilleos - Cyprus

Evaluation of the direct and indirect impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Tuscan nursing homes
Giuditta Scardina - Italy

Risk of Sars-CoV-2 infection and disease severity in people at socioeconomic disadvantage in Italy
Sara Mazzilli - Italy

Excess all-cause mortality from January to August 2020: a temporal analysis in 20 countries
Christiana Demetriou - Cyprus

Estimation of Excess Deaths in Turin from COVID-19 and other causes, October to November 2020
Enrica Favaro - Italy

Excess mortality in England during the COVID-19 pandemic
Paul Fryers - United Kingdom

Fri 12th
9:00-10:00
Room C
C. COVID-19 Building Back Fairer EUPHA 8.C. - Round table: COVID-19: What have we learned? What are the public health challenges?
Chairperson(s): Peter Allebeck - Sweden, Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA

Martin McKee - United Kingdom

Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA)

Julian Mamo - EUPHA (CHR)

Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR)

Els Maeckelberghe - EUPHA (ETH)

Fri 12th
9:00-10:00
Room D
D. Chronic diseases Observatory 8.D. - Workshop: Population ageing: societal triumph or end of the welfare state?
Chairperson(s): Jonathan Cylus - United Kingdom, Charles Normand - United Kingdom

Mind the gap: population ageing and health financing sustainability
Jonathan Cylus - United Kingdom

Health and social care near the end of life: Can policies reduce costs and improve outcomes?
Bridget Johnston - Ireland

What does it mean to age in good health? An analysis of Time Use Survey data
João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO)

The politics of ageing: how to get policymakers to support lifecourse policies
Michelle Falkenbach - Austria

Fri 12th
9:00-10:00
Room E
E. Climate change, Environment EUPHA-ENV 8.E. - Workshop: One health approach to gain Youth engagement toward environmental issues
Chairperson(s): Fabiana Rubba - Italy, Vlatka Matkovic - Belgium

A liquid biopsy model to detect eventual pollutants as “one health” tool
Umberto Malapelle - Italy

The importance of personal attitude toward Health issues : the Covid 19 Vaccination attitude
Rosanna Egidio - Italy

A green sustainable architectural model for the suburbs
Claudia Sansò - Italy

One Health in Urban environment- public health challenge for the future
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Fri 12th
9:00-10:00
Room F
F. Communication and infodemics PHIRI, EUPHA-PHMR, WHO EPI WIN, Sciensano 8.F. - Round table: European experiences on infodemic management
Chairperson(s): Petronille Bogaert - EUPHA (PHMR), Tim Nguyen - WHO EURO

Tina Purnat - Switzerland

Neville Calleja - Malta

Anna-Leena Lohiniva - Finland

Kaisa Immonen - Belgium

Orkan Okan - EUPHA (HP)

Fri 12th
9:00-10:00
Room G
G. Digitalisation in health Unisanté (Switzerland), EUPHA-DH 8.G. - Skills building seminar: AI for public health dummies – overview and a benchmark algorithm: Random Forests
Chairperson(s): Monica Brînzac - EUPHAnxt, Stefan Buttigieg - EUPHA (DH)

An overview of AI and Machine Learning methods: motivations, concepts, and examples
Dan Assouline - Switzerland

An introduction to Random Forests for modeling tasks - theory and practice in python with public health case studies
Dan Assouline - Switzerland

Fri 12th
9:00-10:00
Room H
H. Health assessment, monitoring and reporting EUPHA-HTA, EUPHA-PHMR, PHIRI, HTAi 8.H. - Workshop: Policy and practice: the role Real-World Data (RWD) in Health Technology Assessment
Chairperson(s): Chiara de Waure - EUPHA (HTA), Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA)

Towards a Population Health Information Research Infrastructure
Enrique Bernal-Delgado - Spain

A tool to assess the registries quality:The Registry Evaluation and Quality Standards Tool (REQueST)
Chantal Guilhaume - France

The use of Real-World Data (RWD) by Health Technology Assessment (HTA) agencies
Karen Facey - United Kingdom

Fri 12th
9:00-10:00
Room I
I. Health care systems and services 8.I. - Oral presentations: Global perspectives on health services
Chairperson(s): M Luisa Vázquez Navarrete - Spain

Data availability for health system comparisons and assessments in the WHO African Region
Katherine Polin - Germany

How the Euripid collaboration contributes to price transparency of pharmaceuticals
Claudia Habl - Austria

Ghana: health system review 2021
Daniel Opoku - Ghana

Changes in relational continuity with primary and secondary care doctors in Latin American context
M Luisa Vázquez Navarrete - Spain

Association between economic growth, mortality and healthcare spending in 31 high-income countries
Francesco Sanmarchi - Italy

Comparative study of nurses’ perception of barriers and facilitators for care coordination
Janne Agerholm - Sweden

Geographic and socioeconomic equity in PHC performance among the elderly in three Nordic countries
Markku Satokangas - Finland

A Scoping Review on the Role of Access toward achieving Universal Health Coverage in Oral Health
Arash Ghanbarzadegan - Australia

Internal communication within the healthcare system during the COVID-19 pandemic in Latvia.
Mirdza Kursite - Latvia

Fri 12th
9:00-10:00
Room K
K. Health inequalities / Food and nutrition University College Cork (Ireland) 8.K. - Workshop: Communication and adherence to public health measures in response to Covid-19 in Ireland.
Chairperson(s): Catherine Darker - Ireland, Gerard Molloy - Ireland

Non-adherence to COVID-19 guidelines on handwashing and social distancing on the island of Ireland.
Catherine Darker - Ireland

COVID-19: Identifying and addressing determinants of adherence to physical distancing guidance
Hannah Durand - Ireland

Adherence to non-pharmaceutical interventions for COVID-19: a national survey
Patricia Kearney - Ireland

Fri 12th
9:00-10:00
Room L
L. Health promotion and healthy behavior Manfokus Projekt, Bielefeld University (Germany) 8.L. - Skills building seminar: How to operationalise ‘masculinities’ in gender-transformative reproductive healthcare?
Chairperson(s): Julia Zielke - Germany, Joseph Strong - United Kingdom

Fri 12th
9:00-10:00
Room M
M. Health workforce, training and education ASPHER 8.M. - Round table: The Why, the How, and the Tensions in the response of European SPHs to the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic.
Chairperson(s): Alberto Fernández Ajuria - Spain, Robert Otok - ASPHER

Mary Codd - Ireland

Alena Petráková - Czechia

Carlo Signorelli - Italy

Alberto Fernández Ajuria - Spain

Theis Lange - Denmark

Fri 12th
9:00-10:00
Room N
N. Public health policy 8.N. - Oral presentations: Our health policies and pandemics
Chairperson(s): Marleen Bekker - EUPHA (PHPP)

The impact of COVID-19 on migrants in Greece: a retrospective analysis of national data
Elias Kondilis - Greece

TheBergen Declaration 2018: Did it drive the Migration Health Agenda forward in Norway?
Bernadette Kumar - EUPHA (MIG)

Changes In Psychosocial Status And Quality Of Life In Pediatric Patients With Cutaneous Leishmaniasis
Sule Allahverdi - Turkey

Falsified medicines and shortage as urgent challenges in health care
Irina Kazaryan - Armenia

Informing policy on school and daycare operations during COVID-19 with a living rapid evidence review
Izabelle Siqueira - Canada

The politics of COVID-19 on the island of Ireland
Ann Nolan - Ireland

How are the causes of gambling harm conceptualised by people who gamble?
Sarah Marko - Australia

Instrumental, structural & discursive power & the regulation of online advertising of unhealthy food
Lauren Carters-White - United Kingdom

Fri 12th
9:00-10:00
Room O
O. Maternal, child and adolescent public health Health Promotion Research Centre - NUI Galway (Ireland) 8.O. - Workshop: Developmental assets and resilience in gender minority youth: Towards a balanced research agenda
Chairperson(s): András Költő - Ireland

Gender minority youth: Shifting the paradigm from risk to resilience
Elena Vaughan - Ireland

Health assets in transgender adolescents: The role of socio-political engagement and competence
Esther Ciria-Barreiro - Spain

Role models and well-being among trans and non-binary youth
Ashley B. Taylor - Canada

Identifying trans and non-binary youth in population-based school health surveys in western Canada
Elizabeth M. Saewyc - Canada

Fri 12th
9:00-10:00
Room P
P. Mental health 8.P. - Oral presentations: Mental health at work, study and old age
Chairperson(s): Johan Bilsen - EUPHA (PMH)

Managers’ sick-leave recommendations for employees with common mental disorders – a vignette study
Jenny Hultqvist - Sweden

Self-reported sick leave following a brief preventive intervention on work-related stress
Anna-Maria Hultén - Sweden

Referral to treatment of absent employees diagnosed with burnout in the Netherlands
Angelique De Rijk - Netherlands

Prescription medication misuse among students in Lithuanian universities
Audronė Astrauskienė - Lithuania

Associations of university student life challenges with mental health and self-rated health
Fabio Porru - Netherlands

A mixed methods study of lived experiences of homelessness in Wales and childhood adversity
Charlotte Grey - United Kingdom

“Time does not heal all wounds”: mental health impact of sexual victimisation in old age
Anne Nobels - Belgium

What makes life enjoyable at an older age? Daily activities and satisfaction with life in general
Ewa Jarosz - Poland

Socioeconomic differences in major depressive disorder onset and the role of lifestyle factors
Liza Hoveling - Netherlands

Fri 12th
9:00-10:00
Room Q
Q. Migration, LGBTI and minorities health 8.Q. - Oral presentations: Access to health services by migrants
Chairperson(s): Allan Krasnik - EUPHA (MIG)

Impact of user fee for language interpretation in health services in Denmark
Camilla Michaëlis - Denmark

Sociocultural factors of cervical cancer screening uptake among migrant women: a mixed methods study
Patrícia Marques - Portugal

Perceived need of health care and barriers in access to health services among migrants in Portugal
Sonia Dias - Portugal

Asylum seekers' perceptions of the responsiveness of care: a qualitative study in Germany
Sandra Ziegler - Germany

Interventions aimed at improving health care equity for d/Deaf patients: a systematic review
Kevin Morisod - Switzerland

Healthcare needs of young people transitioning back to the community after a custodial sentence
Camila Biazus Dalcin - United Kingdom

Improving access to health care for asylum seekers in Belgium: a national stakeholder consultation
Marie Dauvrin - Belgium

The Perspectives of Asylum Seekers When Accessing Sexual Health Services in Cork and Kerry
Maisie Jones - Ireland

Reproductive health services use by the Roma minority women in Romania
Michaela Iuliana Nanu - Romania

Fri 12th
10:10-11:10
Plenary Hall
WHO EURO, EUPHA-DH PL4 - Plenary 4: Capturing the breadth and depth of the digital health era – beyond the COVID-19 pandemic

Moderators: Natasha Azzopardi Muscat, WHO Regional Office for Europe and Anna Odone, President EUPHA Digital health section

 

Digitalization is permeating all aspects of society, how can be it employed to sustain the public health goals of quality, accessibility, efficiency and equity in health care and prevention now and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic? In this session jointly presented by WHO Europe and EUPHA, we examine the extent to which technology is contributing positively or negatively to strengthening the resilience of health systems and empowering individuals and communities. 

 

Speakers/Panellists:

  • Véronique Trillet-Lenoir, Member European Parliament
  • Iveta Nagyova, President European Public Health Association (EUPHA)
  • Naomi Lee, Senior Executive Editor The Lancet
  • Ran Balicer, Chief Innovation Officer, Clalit Health Services, Israel

 

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Fri 12th
11:30-12:30
Room A
A. The futures of public health EUPHA-HIA, EUPHA-ETH, EUPHA-LAW, EUPHA-ENV 9.A. - Workshop: The contribution of Environmental Impact Assessments to better health
Chairperson(s): Ben Cave - United Kingdom, Odile Mekel - EUPHA (HIA)

Els Maeckelberghe - EUPHA (ETH)

Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Amandine Garde - EUPHA (LAW)

Sarah Humboldt-Dachroeden - Denmark

Filipe Silva - United Kingdom

Fri 12th
11:30-12:30
Room B
B. COVID-19 Epidemiology, impact and responses COST Action CA18218-European Burden of Disease Network 9.B. - Workshop: Burden of disease of COVID-19: strengthening the collaboration for national studies
Chairperson(s): Sara Pires - Denmark, Elena von der Lippe - Germany

Burden of disease methods: integrating COVID-19 to the cause list
Grant Wyper - United Kingdom

Burden of Disease of COVID-19 in European countries: examples from Germany and Scotland
Annelene Wengler - Germany

Unravelling data for rapid evidence-based response to COVID-19: the unCoVer project
José L. Peñalvo - Belgium

Building country-level capacity to estimate the burden of COVID-19
Sara Pires - Denmark

Fri 12th
11:30-12:30
Room C
C. COVID-19 Building Back Fairer EUPHA-DH 9.C. - Round table: Digital innovation to fight the pandemic, what is here to stay?
Chairperson(s): Juan Rachadell - Portugal

Stefan Buttigieg - EUPHA (DH)

Eduardo Freire Rodrigues - Portugal

Marie-Annick Le Pogam - Switzerland

Fri 12th
11:30-12:30
Room D
D. Chronic diseases SUNI-SEA Consortium 9.D. - Skills building seminar: Community based NCD prevention and control: what can we learn from research in South East Asia?
Chairperson(s): Jeanet Landsman - Netherlands, Jaap Koot - Netherlands

Community capacity building for culturally sensitive prevention and control of NCDs
Zinzi Pardoel - Netherlands

Strengthening community self-help clubs for health and wellbeing
Jaap Koot - Netherlands

Patient journey as tool for measuring effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of community health interventions
Jurjen van der Schans - Netherlands

Fri 12th
11:30-12:30
Room E
E. Climate change, Environment 9.E. - Oral presentations: The effects of climate change on the public's health
Chairperson(s): Anthony Staines - Ireland

Heatwave-related morbidity in Australia: Effect modification by Individual and Area-level factors
Blesson Varghese - Australia

Heat waves effect on daily mortality in districts in Madrid: The effect of sociodemographic factors
José Antonio López-Bueno - Spain

Analysis of the impact of heat waves on daily mortality in urban and rural areas in Madrid
José Antonio López-Bueno - Spain

Climate change and the city: analysis of the urban heat island effect on mortality in Valencia, Spain
Ana Boned-Ombuena - Spain

Effects of high temperatures on poor mental health outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Jingwen Liu - Australia

Cold spell effect on daily mortality in districts in Madrid considering sociodemographic variables
José Antonio López-Bueno - Spain

Relationship between Climate Change and Health Sector Planning
Anton Brueske - Germany

Urban health guidelines implementation: evidence and practice
Giacomo Pietro Vigezzi - Italy

Urban Green Spaces and Public Health Outcomes: a systematic review of literature
Carlo Signorelli - Italy

Fri 12th
11:30-12:30
Room F
F. Communication and infodemics Health Information and Quality Authority (Ireland) 9.F. - Workshop: Rapid evidence synthesis to inform the national response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Ireland
Chairperson(s): Barbara Clyne - Ireland, Mairin Ryan - Ireland

Evidence Synthesis to support the public health response during the COVID-19 pandemic
Mairin Ryan - Ireland

COVID-19 Public Health Guidance Database
Natasha Broderick - Ireland

COVID-19 - Interventions and lifestyle factors that prevent infection or minimise progression to severe disease
Karen Cardwell - Ireland

Media coverage of evidence outputs during the COVID-19 pandemic: findings from one national agency
Melissa Sharp - Ireland

Evaluating rapid review provision to inform policy during the COVID-19 pandemic
Barbara Clyne - Ireland

Fri 12th
11:30-12:30
Room G
G. Digitalisation in health WHO EURO, EUPHA 9.G. - Workshop: Putting persons at the centre in the digital health era looking beyond the COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - WHO EURO, Anna Odone - EUPHA (DH) (IDC)

Fri 12th
11:30-12:30
Room H
H. Health assessment, monitoring and reporting 9.H. - Oral presentations: Health risk assessments
Chairperson(s): Alena Petráková - Czechia

Trends in incidence of uterine cancer in England, 1985-2017
Angy Apata - United Kingdom

Prevention of breast&ovarian cancer in women with BRCA-1/2 mutations - A decision-analytic evaluation
Lára R. Hallsson - Austria

Factors associated with organized and non-organized colorectal cancer screening
Thuy Ngan Tran - Belgium

Developing a Frailty Index and investigating its psychometric properties using Item Response Theory
Nanda Kleinenberg-Talsma - Netherlands

The application of AMSTAR 2 in overviews of systematic reviews shows a need for improvement
Katja Matthias - Germany

Body weight, body composition and risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection in a large population-based sample
Mathilde Touvier - France

Childhood consumption of ultra-processed foods and adiposity trajectories: a UK birth cohort study
Kiara Chang - United Kingdom

Mortality in residential care services for people with disabilities in Ireland
Martin McMahon - Ireland

Fri 12th
11:30-12:30
Room I
I. Health care systems and services WHO, UHC2030, Observatory 9.I. - Workshop: Health systems performance – making the links between what we do and what we want to achieve
Chairperson(s): Dheepa Rajan - Switzerland, Marina Karanikolos - United Kingdom

What health systems do? Functions as a starting point to assess health systems performance
Irini Papanicolas - United Kingdom

How would the HSPA framework play out in practice? 'Availability of Pharmaceuticals (Resource Generation)'
Katja Rohrer-Herold - Switzerland

How would the HSPA framework play out in practice? 'Effectiveness (Service Delivery'
Marina Karanikolos - United Kingdom

How would the HSPA framework play out in practice? 'Cross-sectoral collaboration (Governance)'
Dheepa Rajan - Switzerland

How would the HSPA framework play out in practice? 'Financial protection (Financing)'
Jonathan Cylus - United Kingdom

Fri 12th
11:30-12:30
Room K
K. Health inequalities / Food and nutrition EU HEALTHY GATEWAYS Joint Action 9.K. - Workshop: “Coopera(c)tion” at points of entry – Joint COVID-19 efforts and lessons from the JA Healthy Gateways
Chairperson(s): Varvara Mouchtouri - Greece, Aura Timen - Netherlands

Experience with in-action reviewing at points of entry
Doret de Rooij - Netherlands

Sharing of public health information in response to maritime outbreaks – report from an exercise conducted at a European level
Leonidas Kourentis - Greece

European Union Digital Passenger Locator Form System (EUdPLF) development
Nick Bitsolas - Greece

What is next? Vision statement and reflections for sustaining project outcomes in a possibly post-pandemic era
Jan Heidrich - Germany

Fri 12th
11:30-12:30
Room L
L. Health promotion and healthy behavior EUPHA-INJ, EUPHA-PHMR, EUPHA-EPI, EUPHA-ECO 9.L. - Workshop: Injury epidemiology, treatment, costs and legislation during the COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Maria Papadakaki - EUPHA (INJ), João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO)

The new map of injuries in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic: examples from north with south Europe
Tatiana Alves - Portugal

The influence of the COVID-19 pandemic on the prevalence of severe injuries in The Netherlands
Birgitte Blatter - Netherlands

Injury inequalities in the European Region: trends cross-country and within-country and potential COVID-19 impacts
Mathilde Sengoelge - Sweden

Quantification of injury burden and barriers in maintaining quality data
Juanita Haagsma - Netherlands

Healthcare service provision and injuries in the time of COVID-19 pandemic: A legal and regulatory perspective
Dimitra Lingri - Greece

Fri 12th
11:30-12:30
Room M
M. Health workforce, training and education 9.M. - Oral presentations: Training for healthcare workers
Chairperson(s): Ronald Batenburg - EUPHA (HWR)

The impact of the second victim phenomenon in an Italian Academic Hospital: a cross-sectional study
Valentina Moretti - Italy

Patient safety attitudes in the next generation of healthcare providers. A review of the literature.
Ilaria Tocco Tussardi - Italy

Implementation of student experiential learning in health & wellbeing in a large university setting
Maria Heffernan - Ireland

Respite service for informal caregivers: evaluation of simulation-training based education program
Kerstin Loeffler - Austria

Capacity building primary care responses to domestic violence in Brazil: designing a training model
Marcos Signorelli - Brazil

Knowledge, Attitudes and Skills of Emergency Healthcare Workers in Pandemic with Simulated Case
Seval Caliskan Pala - Turkey

Communication among cancer patients, their relatives, and oncologists about out-of-pocket spending
Aviad Tur-Sinai - Israel

Factors influencing (health-promoting) telework during COVID-19: A company sample in Austria
Gert Lang - Austria

Fri 12th
11:30-12:30
Room N
N. Public health policy EUPHA-HP, UNESCO Chair GHE, University of Michigan (USA) 9.N. - Round table: The comparative politics and policy of Covid-19
Chairperson(s): Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP), Elize Fonseca - Brazil

The Eu­ro­pean Union Confronts COVID-19
Scott Greer - United States

Three Approaches to Handling the COVID-19 Crisis in Federal Countries
Thomas Czypionka - Austria

A Tale of Two Pandemics in Three Countries
Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP)

COVID-19 in Central and Eastern Eu­rope
Elizabeth J King - United States

COVID-19: the first Homo Salus syndemic? Lessons of inclusion and social justice in the aftermath of SARS-CoV-2
Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP)

Fri 12th
11:30-12:30
Room O
O. Maternal, child and adolescent public health 9.O. - Oral presentations: Risk factors in children's health
Chairperson(s): Peter Van Den Hazel - EUPHA (ENV)

When childbirth turns red: the post-partum hemorrhagic emergency
Carlotta Lorenzini - Italy

Government effectiveness and early childhood development in 33 countries
Jesus Cortes - Portugal

Relationship between maternal depression in early life and adolescent alcohol use in Czechia
Emma Fletcher - United Kingdom

Estimating cost of illness for kindergarten children with contagious diseases in germany
Joanna Graichen - Germany

Association between children’s food insecurity and a Healthy Eating Index in Portuguese children
Isabel Maia - Portugal

Quality of life, stress and burnout of mothers of autistic children – the case of Latvia
Lilian Tzivian - Latvia

Prenatal mental and physical health, behaviours, and maternity care experiences during the COVID-19
Karen Matvienko-Sikar - Ireland

How to deal with sickness absence among primary school pupils?
Esther Pijl - Netherlands

Psychosocial protective factors in promoting healthy lifestyles in children and adolescents.
Gulshat Ouadine - Germany

Fri 12th
11:30-12:30
Room P
P. Mental health EUPHA-PMH, EUPHA-CAPH 9.P. - Workshop: Impact of COVID-19 pandemic and containment measures on the mental health in youth
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH), Lourdes Cantarero Arevalo - Denmark

Mental health in Swiss university students during the COVID-19 pandemic
Annina Zysset - Switzerland

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on psychological well-being of students in an Italian university: a web-based cross-sectional survey
Leonardo Villani - Italy

Spanish adolescents’ and young adults’ coping strategies under severe lock-down due to COVID-19: a dialogical research study
Lourdes Cantarero Arevalo - Denmark

The impact of resilience and loneliness during COVID-19 pandemic on youth’s (18 – 25 years old) mental health
Joana Reis - Belgium

Fri 12th
11:30-12:30
Room Q
Q. Migration, LGBTI and minorities health 9.Q. - Oral presentations: Mental health and health promotion among migrants
Chairperson(s): Charles Agyemang - Netherlands

Mental disorders, multimorbidity and labor market marginalization among refugee youths in Sweden.
Jiaying Chen - Austria

Discrimination between migrants and non-migrants in depression’s management by General Practitioners
Camille Duveau - Belgium

Acculturation strategies and their impact on the mental health of migrant populations
Bennett Choy - United Kingdom

Increased risk of job strain and mental health among first and second-generation migrants in France
Anne Gosselin - France

Training for cultural mediators on mental health - a way to increase mental health literacy?
Josefin Wångdahl - Sweden

Mental health, integration, and voting in municipal elections among foreign-born population
Anna Seppänen - Finland

Health literacy and e-health literacy among Arabic speaking migrants in Sweden.
Josefin Wångdahl - Sweden

Improving refugees’ health literacy: An assessment of the Swedish ‘teach-back’ method at group level.
Josefin Wångdahl - Sweden

Learning about health while talking about food. Nutrition education in a second language course
Laura Terragni - Norway

Fri 12th
12:40-13:40
Room A
FB - Oral presentations: Ferenc Bojan: young investigator award session
Chairperson(s): Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA, Alastair Leyland - EUPHA

Impact of COVID-19 on migrant populations in high-income countries: a systematic review
Sally Hayward - United Kingdom

Socio-economic disparities in self-reported, tested, and diagnosed COVID-19 status
Yinjie Zhu - Netherlands

Are 2020’s medical students still suffering from gender stereotypes? An Italian study
Edoardo Boietti - Italy

A systematic review of the association between mental health and tuberculosis disease risk
Sally Hayward - United Kingdom

The potential role of diet on mental health outcomes in a Mediterranean cohort
Justyna Godos - Italy

Artificial sweeteners and cancer risk in the prospective NutriNet-Santé cohort
Charlotte Debras - France

Socioeconomic disparities in growth trajectories of Chinese children and adolescents during 1991-2015
Mingyue Gao - United Kingdom

Stressful life events in pregnancy and sleep problems in childhood: Evidence from the ELSPAC Cohort
Gabriela Ksinan Jiskrova - Czechia

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room A
A. The futures of public health 10.A. - Oral presentations: The evidence-based future of public health
Chairperson(s): Nadav Davidovitch - Israel

Children of problem gamblers: need for support, utilization of services and prevention policy
Laura C. Fischer - Germany

Gender medicine: a cross-sectional survey on knowledge and curriculum among Italian medical students
Agnese Cremona - Italy

Pharmaceutical expenditure: what has changed in ten years in Italian Health Care System?
Marco Scattaglia - Italy

Housing and health: a collaborative project for evidence-based policy-making
Carlota Sáenz de Tejada - Spain

Impact of a CE-marked medical software sensor on SARS-CoV-2 disease pandemic progression estimation
Tea Lallukka - Finland

Barriers, facilitators and pathways of a lung cancer screening (LCS) programme: COBELT co-design
Lynsey Brown - United Kingdom

The isolation room of the future: changing the perspective on isolated care.
Julia Nijenhuis - Netherlands

Return to work and quality of life after trauma: A systematic review
Siddarth David - Sweden

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room B
B. COVID-19 Epidemiology, impact and responses Observatory 10.B. - Workshop: The COVID-19 Health Systems Response Monitor: what can we learn for the future
Chairperson(s): Erin Webb - Germany, Ewout Van Ginneken - Germany

Comparing provider payment adjustments across 20 countries during COVID-19
Ruth Waitzberg - Germany

A cross-country comparison on providing health services effectively during the first wave of COVID-19
Erin Webb - Germany

Primary Health Care during the COVID-19 pandemic: an analysis based on the HSRM
Stephanie Kumpunen - United Kingdom

Social Health Insurance country responses to the COVID-19 pandemic
Andrea Schmidt - Austria

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room C
C. COVID-19 Building Back Fairer 10.C. - Oral presentations: COVID-19 at the workplace
Chairperson(s): Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR)

No evidence for an effect of the first COVID-19 lockdown on work stress conditions in office workers
Andrea Martina Aegerter - Switzerland

Fears to contract COVID-19 and future affective responses in healthcare workers
Véronique S Grazioli - Switzerland

COVID-19 workplace impacts - Irish OSH professionals experience and observations
Conor Buggy - Ireland

Changes in smoking, stress, and sleep duration among Israeli hospital workers during COVID-19
Yael Bar-Zeev - Israel

Reliability and Validity of the Perception of Stigma due to COVID-19 in Physicians
Didem Oktar - Turkey

Psychological Resilience Training Effectiveness in Emergency Healthcare Workers in Pandemics
Seval Caliskan Pala - Turkey

Machine learning and COVID-19: a tool for healthcare setting choice by primary care physicians
Marcello Di Pumpo - Italy

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room D
D. Chronic diseases 10.D. - Oral presentations: Chronic diseases research
Chairperson(s): Saverio Stranges - EUPHA (CHR)

Research capacity strengthening in health and care delivery through housing for chronic diseases
Eva Hernandez-Garcia - United Kingdom

Work-related support in clinical care for patients with chronic diseases: intervention development
Maarten Butink - Netherlands

Trends in uptake of Pap test in Estonia: results from cross-sectional studies in 2004–2020
Maria Suurna - Estonia

Economic evaluation of the LTVEEG-m for refractory epileptic patients
Borja Garcia-Lorenzo - Spain

Trajectories of sickness absence and disability pension by type of occupation in multiple sclerosis
Alejandra Machado - Sweden

Risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection in people living with Multiple Sclerosis in the Lazio region, Italy
Anna Acampora - Italy

The effects of long-term physical activity interventions: Scoping review in the Nordic countries
Hanna Elonheimo - Finland

Portuguese validation of the Adult Carer Quality of Life Questionnaire (AC-QoL)
Elisabete Alves - Portugal

Stroke as an Antecedent Risk Factor for Depression among Post-Menopausal Women
Srikanta Banerjee - United States

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room E
E. Climate change, Environment EUPHA-ENV 10.E. - Workshop: SDGs as a roadmap for Citizens, Environment and Public Health
Chairperson(s): Gianfranco Damiani - Italy, Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Artificial Intelligence and Urban health: a step forward to the achievement of SDGs
Gianfranco Damiani - Italy

SGDs, Environmental Health and Gender Equity
Susana Paixão - Portugal

Healthy Design and Urban Planning Strategies framing the SDG 11 Sustainable Cities and Communities
Andrea Rebecchi - Italy

Poverty and energy issues as environmental and health challenges in SDGs
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Health sector engagement on the implementation of SDGs in Turkey
Funda Gacal - Belgium

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room F
F. Communication and infodemics International Behavioural Trial Network 10.F. - Workshop: Applying behavioral science for public health communication:insights from global COVID-19 initiatives
Chairperson(s): Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA, Jovana Stojanovic - Canada

The International Assessment of COVID-19-related Attitudes, Concerns, Responses and Impacts in Relation to Public Health Policies (iCARE) study
Jovana Stojanovic - Canada

Global comparison of mitigation and vaccine behaviours, motivators, and communication
Kim Lavoie - Canada

Tanja Kuchenmueller - WHO EURO

Simon Bacon - Canada

Elena Altieri - Afghanistan

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room G
G. Digitalisation in health Heidelberg University (Germany) 10.G. - Workshop: Digital interventions for improving public mental health
Chairperson(s): Charlotte Gayer-Anderson - United Kingdom, Ulrich Reininghaus - Germany

Continuum beliefs and mental illness stigma: A systematic review and meta-analysis of correlation and Intervention studies
Lina-Jolien Peter - Germany

A self-help app for syrian refugees with posttraumatic stress (Sanadak): results of a randomized controlled trial
Susanne Roehr - Germany

Ecological momentary intervention to reduce suicide risk among adolescents (EMIRA)
Nathalie Oexle - Germany

Living lab AI4U - artificial intelligence for personalized digital mental health promotion and prevention in youth
Christian Rauschenberg - Germany

Nebolus: A location-based game to promote (mental) health literacy of adolescents
Kevin Dadaczynski - Germany

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room H
H. Health assessment, monitoring and reporting 10.H. - Oral presentations: Assessments and knowledge translation
Chairperson(s): Valérie Pittet - Switzerland

Declining complexity of behavioural sequences in late adulthood: its meaning and implications
Ewa Jarosz - Poland

Effects of Russian tobacco control law on rates of hospital admissions for acute coronary events
Marine Gambaryan - Russia

Validity of self-reported data to assess the prevalence of overweight, hypertension and cholesterol
Ingrid Pelgrims - Belgium

A core outcome set for school-based physical activity interventions: an international consensus
Bina Ram - United Kingdom

Decreasing trends in suboptimal prescribing in older people: a French nationwide study
Solene Drusch - France

Pathways through rehabilitation for traumatic brain injury: preliminary results from an Irish study
Andrea Healy - Ireland

Mental health and access of care during Covid-19 pandemics: an italian cross-sectional study
Christian Previti - Italy

Association between obesity and life courses in young adulthood. Results from the KiGGS cohort study
Petra Rattay - Germany

Molecular characterization of A. baumanni isolates causing co-infections in SARS-COV-2 patients
Mariateresa Ceparano - Italy

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room I
I. Health care systems and services Observatory 10.I. - Workshop: Lessons from funding programmes fort the development and testing of new care and payment models
Chairperson(s): Nick Fahy - United Kingdom, Dimitra Panteli - Belgium

Challenges of innovation and implementation of care and payment models
Marcel Venema - Belgium

The French innovation funding programme (Article 51)
Natacha Lemaire - France

The German Innovation Fund (Innovationsfonds)
Holger Pfaff - Germany

The experience of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (USA)
Amy Bassano - United States

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room K
K. Health inequalities / Food and nutrition RIVM (Netherlands) 10.K. - Workshop: How to upscale in capacity in different aspects of preparedness and response
Chairperson(s): Bettie Voordouw - Netherlands, Michael Edelstein - EUPHA (IDC)

A systematic literature review on the use of health care resources during pandemic response
Anne-Romy Peelen - Netherlands

Closing the preparedness-response gap in time: Operational readiness at points of entry in Europe
Doret de Rooij - Netherlands

Understanding the factors that contribute to the similarities and differences in SARS-CoV-2 testing strategies across Europe
Sandra Kamga - Netherlands

Online respondent-driven detection for enhanced contact tracing of COVID-19
Yannick Helms - Netherlands

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room L
L. Health promotion and healthy behavior Vital Strategies 10.L. - Workshop: City-level action to promote public health
Chairperson(s): Sumi Mehta - United States, Sylviane Ratte - France

A phased city air quality management approach for faster clean air progress
Vivian Pun - Singapore

Promoting and preserving safe and active mobility in Istanbul during the COVID-19 pandemic
Orhan Demir - Turkey

Reducing deaths and injuries in cities around the world through a city multi-sector comprehensive approach
Sylviane Ratte - France

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room M
M. Health workforce, training and education FOM Hochschule für Oekonomie & Management (Germany) 10.M. - Workshop: Competences in Health Network Management
Chairperson(s): Yvonne Behrens - Germany, Piotr Romaniuk - Poland

Competences in Health Network Management (Com.HeNet)
Yvonne Behrens - Germany

Identification of competences in regional health network management
Madlene Movia - Austria

Competences in the management of health regions: Hungary, Bulgaria, Austria
Zsófia Kollányi - Hungary

Competences in the management of health regions: Germany, Poland and Spain
Piotr Romaniuk - Poland

Competence profile of Regional Health Network Managers
Zsófia Kollányi - Hungary

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room N
N. Public health policy Robert Koch Institute (Germany) 10.N. - Workshop: Women's health reports in Europe
Chairperson(s): Anke-Christine Sass - Germany, Franziska Prütz - Germany

“Health Situation of Women in Germany 2020” - The new report of the Federal Health Reporting is published
Anke-Christine Sass - Germany

„Better for women. Improving the health and wellbeing of girls and women” (2019) - Towards a women's health strategy for the UK
Lesley Regan - United Kingdom

'Action Plan on Women's Health' with 40 measures for women's health in Austria (2018) – From reporting to action
Sylvia Gaiswinkler - Austria

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room O
O. Maternal, child and adolescent public health 10.O. - Oral presentations: Parental addictive behaviour and interventions
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

The importance of smoking cessation during pregnancy and its association with perinatal outcomes
Ana Inês Silva - Portugal

Trend of substance abuse among medical students at University of Zagreb from 2008/2009 to 2018/2019
Marjeta Majer - Croatia

Does parental supply of alcohol predict later adolescent alcohol use in a highly permissive context?
Albert Ksinan - Czechia

The impact of childhood adversity on addictive behaviours through impulsivity among adolescents
Imene Mlouki - Tunisia

Feasibility assessment of immunization carpool model for <2 years children in rural Pakistan
Anokhi Ali Khan - Pakistan

Prevalence of autism in Europe, North America and Oceania, 2000-2020: A systematic review
Nathan Anorson - United Kingdom

Spectacle wear and refractive errors in Dutch children
Vasanthi Iyer - Netherlands

Corporate political activity of the baby food industry in France
Emma Cossez - France

Cross-sectional associations between number and ages of children and maternal physical activity
Rachel Simpson - United Kingdom

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room P
P. Mental health EUPHA-PMH 10.P. - Workshop: Mental health of older people
Chairperson(s): Johan Bilsen - EUPHA (PMH), Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Resilience and optimism associated with mental health to subjective well-being in older adults 65+ during pandemic outbreak
Sunwoo Lee - Czechia

Older adults’ daily activities during lockdown in France, spring 2020: a cross sectional survey.
Cynthia Engels - France

Loss of meaning in activities during Covid-19 lockdown and association with low mental health in Belgian adults 50+
Patricia De Vriendt - Belgium

Discrimination impairs cognitive function in ageing men and women
Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room Q
Q. Migration, LGBTI and minorities health 10.Q. - Oral presentations: Migrant health in Europe
Chairperson(s): Mathilde Sengoelge - Sweden

Othering in public health using the example of Covid-19 management in German asylum camps
Marie Tallarek - Germany

The impact of parental migration background on cardiometabolic health in European children
Anna Lindblad - Germany

Sexual violence in applicants for international protection residing in Belgium
Lotte De Schrijver - Belgium

Health Status of internally displaced persons in Georgia and Ukraine
Tamta Metreveli - Georgia

Housing and health: An empirical framework for refugee reception centres
Maren Hintermeier - Germany

Support Asylum and Vulnerabilities through e-health: SAVe as a healthcare continuity tool
Alessandra Diodati - Italy

Managing the pandemic in the reception system for migrants: the Italian experience.
Leuconoe Grazia Sisti - Italy

Barriers and facilitators to genetic testing amongst Black African women in the UK.
Valencia Kabeya - United Kingdom

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room A
A. The futures of public health EUPHA-EPI 11.A. - Skills building seminar: A new framework for developing and evaluating complex interventions
Chairperson(s): Laurence Moore - United Kingdom, Kathryn Skivington - United Kingdom

Introduction to the complex intervention concept and the research perspectives
Kathryn Skivington - United Kingdom

The new Framework and the Core Elements of complex intervention research
Lynsay Matthews - United Kingdom

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room B
B. COVID-19 Epidemiology, impact and responses EUPHA-PMH 11.B. - Workshop: COPERS - an international longitudinal study on coping and resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Ledia Lazeri - Denmark, Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Marija Jakubauskiene - EUPHA (PMH)

Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Edvaldo Begotaraj - Italy

Alessandro Morganti - Italy

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room C
C. COVID-19 Building Back Fairer 11.C. - Oral presentations: Evidence from the COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Tiago Correia - Portugal

Healthcare use of COVID-19 patients within 3 months of diagnosis and associated factors
Öykü Turunç - Turkey

Inequalities in COVID-19’s collateral public health damage in Vienna
Moritz Oberndorfer - Austria

Defining the commercial determinants of health after COVID-19
Rebecca Glover - United Kingdom

COVID-19 government response measures: analysis in the European Union
Vera Pinheiro - Portugal

Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on violence against women: an environmental study from Turkey
Petek Eylul Taneri - Turkey

Persistent symptoms after three months follow-up of in and out-patient COVID-19 cases
Öykü Turunç - Turkey

Lockdown constipation insidence and associated factors among adults during COVID-19 in Turkey
Gülay Yilmazel - Turkey

Are antigen tests useful as screening for the identification of SARS-CoV-2 in emergency rooms?
Fabrizio Cigliano - Italy

Characterization of antibody response in asymptomatic and symptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infection
Serena Marchi - Italy

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room D
D. Chronic diseases Western University (Canada) 11.D. - Workshop: Global Burden of Multimorbidity: from Epidemiology to Policy
Chairperson(s): Saverio Stranges - EUPHA (CHR), Tatjana Makovski - Netherlands

The impact of the epidemiology of multimorbidity on health policy across settings and countries
Kathryn Nicholson - Canada

Multimorbidity and Health Systems: Challenges and Priorities
Marjan van den Akker - Germany

The importance of behavioural insights in disease prevention and health promotion
Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA

Public health policies to tackle the growing burden of multimorbidity: a global agenda
Gauden Galea - WHO

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room E
E. Climate change, Environment EuroHealthNet, European Environment Agency 11.E. - Round table: Climate change, justice and public health: recommendations for action
Chairperson(s): Caroline Costongs - EuroHealthNet

Aleksandra Kazmierczak - Denmark

Brigit Staatsen - Netherlands

Jenni Simkin - Finland

Amanda Janoo - Belgium

Clara Mayer - Germany

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room F
F. Communication and infodemics Robert Koch Institute (Germany) 11.F. - Workshop: Provision of strategic information during the COVID-19 pandemic through a multiple-layers model
Chairperson(s): Johanna Hanefeld - Germany, Charbel El Bcheraoui - Germany

Public health intelligence monitoring of the COVID-19 epidemiological situation
Luisa Denkel - Germany

COVID-19 containment measures analysis
Thurid Bahr - Germany

Evaluating and synthesizing COVID-19 evidence
Charbel El Bcheraoui - Germany

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room G
G. Digitalisation in health EUPHA-IDC, EUPHA-ETH, EUPHA-LAW, EUPHA-HTA 11.G. - Round table: COVID-19 Digital Green Certificate: Hope for restoring freedom or simply opening Pandora’s box?
Chairperson(s): Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA), Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA

COVID-19 passes and public health law: Considerations for surveillance and social justice
Dimitra Lingri - Greece

Assessing policies for the implementation of new technological interventions to combat COVID-19
Barbara Prainsack - Austria

Quantifying uncertainty: the socioeconomic impact of DCCs from an EU and a global health perspective
Thomas Czypionka - Austria

Epidemic dynamics after the DCC introduction: how to best shape COVID-19 evidence-informed policies
Viola Priesemann - Germany

Ethical parameters and guidelines for the introduction of potentially discriminatory measures
Els Maeckelberghe - EUPHA (ETH)

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room H
H. Health assessment, monitoring and reporting Radboud University Medical Center (Netherlands) 11.H. - Workshop: Epidemiology of diseases and health inequalities in people with and without intellectual disabilities
Chairperson(s): Maarten Cuypers - Netherlands

Linking Dutch national public services data to estimate the prevalence of intellectual disabilities
Maarten Cuypers - Netherlands

Chronic disease prevalence and patterns of comorbidities in people with intellectual disabilities
Milou van den Bemd - Netherlands

Mental health care for adults with mild intellectual disabilities: A retrospective database study
Katrien Pouls - Netherlands

COVID-19 registration in people with intellectual disabilities in Dutch long-term care facilities
Monique Koks-Leensen - Netherlands

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room I
I. Health care systems and services 11.I. - Oral presentations: Health care services and systems
Chairperson(s): Lorena Dini - EUPHA (HSR)

Is outsourcing healthcare to private providers associated with higher mortality rates in NHS England?
Benjamin Goodair - United Kingdom

TRANSCOV, a multidisciplinary project to evaluate long distance COVID patients transfers
Olivier Grimaud - France

Evolution of Primary Health Care appointments in mainland Portugal in 2020
Filipa Gomes - Portugal

Addressing challenges to cancer control in Ireland due to the Covid-19 pandemic
Triona (Caitriona) McCarthy - Ireland

Non–Small-Cell Lung Cancer: Real-World Cost Consequence Analysis
Anna De Polo - Italy

Experiences with acute hospital health care: a cross-sectional study among adult patients in Slovenia
Eva Murko - Slovenia

The relationship between geographic factors and poorer outcomes in patients diagnosed with covid-19.
Rosa Magallón-Botaya - Spain

Factors associated with poorer outcomes and supervivence in patients diagnosed with covid-19
Rosa Magallón-Botaya - Spain

The effects of the COVID-19 lockdown and socio-economic factors on stroke hospitalizations in France
Rodney Plat - France

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room K
K. Health inequalities / Food and nutrition 11.K. - Oral presentations: Food, nutrition and risk factors
Chairperson(s): Giuseppe Grosso - EUPHA (FN)

Socioeconomic determinants of traditional diet in Eastern Europe: result from the HAPIEE study
Denes Stefler - United Kingdom

Food industry shaping of the principles of scientific integrity
Melissa Mialon - Ireland

Impacts of local area public sector spending and food purchasing in England: a panel study
Rosemary H. Jenkins - United Kingdom

Dimensions of fruit and vegetable access in the retail food environment; a systematic review
Grace Turner - United Kingdom

A dynamic GIS space-time diffusion model to tackle COVID-19 emergency
Corrado De Vito - Italy

Hospital-level risk factors for healthcare-associated infections: insight from the Italian PPS Study
Jacopo Garlasco - Italy

Effect of smoking on survival following Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma in Ireland
Kimaya Havle - Ireland

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room L
L. Health promotion and healthy behavior 11.L. - Oral presentations: Health promotion: research and practice
Chairperson(s): Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP)

Factors associated with motivation to avoid meeting family and friends during the COVID-19 pandemic
Ana Goes - Portugal

Innovation in health promotion during COVID-19 and beyond; The case for a silver lining
Diane Levin-Zamir - Israel

Fermentable Oligo-, Di-, Monosaccharides and Polyols and cancer risk in the NutriNet-Santé cohort
Charlotte Debras - France

Healthcare system delay and utilization in tuberculosis patients in Portuguese high-incidence region
Luis Vales - Portugal

Employment gaps of foreign-born women in Finland: an intercategorical intersectionality approach
Hulya Yuksel - Finland

Gender inequality and population-level health outcomes: Panel data analysis of OECD countries
Cecilia Veas - Chile

Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms and Idiopathic Male Infertility in GWAS: A Meta-Analysis
Emanuele La Gatta - Italy

Classification of original deprivation indices used in public health
Anastasia Zelenina - Russia

European burden of cancer in 2020 attributable to alcohol use
Harriet Rumgay - France

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room M
M. Health workforce, training and education UK Faculty of Public Health 11.M. - Round table: System leadership, the pandemic & implications for the public health workforce and systems in the UK
Chairperson(s): Maggie Rae - United Kingdom

John Newton - United Kingdom

Farhang Tahzib - EUPHA (ETH)

Samia Latif - United Kingdom

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room N
N. Public health policy Portuguese Association of Public Health Doctors 11.N. - Skills building seminar: How can local public health services manage infodemics and fight misinformation?
Chairperson(s): Duarte Vital Brito - Portugal, Débora Miranda - European Observatory

Local public health professionals contribution to infodemic management
Duarte Vital Brito - Portugal

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room O
O. Maternal, child and adolescent public health 11.O. - Oral presentations: Migration and health determinants in children's health
Chairperson(s): Charles Agyemang - Netherlands

Pregnant asylum-seekers’ perspectives regarding mental health screening: a qualitative study.
Elena Soldati - Netherlands

Measuring the invisible: perinatal health outcomes of unregistered women giving birth in Belgium.
Judith Racape - Belgium

Asylum seekers´ experiences with quarantine after arriving in Germany during the COVID-19 pandemic
Eilin Rast - Germany

Photovoice as a research, advocacy, and harmonization tool for refugee and local youth in Turkey
Ozge Karadag - United States

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

School teachers’ perception on parental migration and left-behind children in rural Georgia
Khatia Antia - Germany

Does the Family Affluence Scale reflect parental earned income, education and occupational status?
Maria Corell - Sweden

Comparing health outcomes of care experienced children to children not in care in Scotland 2009-2016
Mirjam Allik - United Kingdom

Being a parent in Finland: a culturally-tailored psychoeducative parental support programme
Natalia Skogberg - Finland

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room P
P. Mental health University College London, Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences (Germany) 11.P. - Skills building seminar: Co-design workshop on reducing institutionalisation in mental health facilities by everyday objects
Chairperson(s): Evangelia Chrysikou - EUPHA (URB)

Personalisation and choice in psychiatric spaces Nachricht eingeben
Evangelia Chrysikou - EUPHA (URB)

On the psychological importance of control and valorisation in psychiatric environments
Helena Müller - Germany

Using daily objects as material primes of valorisation and control in psychiatric facilities
Jonas Rehn - Germany

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room Q
Q. Migration, LGBTI and minorities health 11.Q. - Oral presentations: Sexual and gender minority health
Chairperson(s): Arjan van der Star - EUPHA (SGMH)

Analysis of sexual and reproductive health indicators according sexual orientation young Brazilians’
Marco Sousa - Brazil

Online-based intervention on LGBTI+ health promotion in Brazil: development and preliminary impacts
Marcos Signorelli - Brazil

Health Service Experiences of the Foreign Origin SGMs in Finland: An Intersectional Analysis
Mercédesz Czimbalmos - Finland

Pre-exposure prophylaxis' knowledge, attitudes, practices amongst italian men who have sex with men
Pietro Forghieri - Italy

Effectiveness among MSM of an HIV PrEP program developed in a Parisian sexual health center
Bérenger Thomas - France

Potential alcohol use disorder (AUD) among men who have sex with men (MSM) in Ireland
Fionn Patrick Daly - Ireland

Effects of partner support on life satisfaction cisgender and transgender adolescents
Esther Ciria-Barreiro - Spain

Domestic violence and mental health in LGBT+ persons under lockdown in Belgium, Portugal and Germany
Lotte De Schrijver - Belgium

Body image and weight control in sexual minority and non-minority youth in Ireland
András Költő - Ireland

Fri 12th
16:20-17:20
Plenary Hall
EuroHealthNet PL5 - Plenary 5: Climate change, justice and public health

Moderator: Caroline Costongs, Director EuroHealthNet

 

On the closing day of the UN Climate Change Conference 2021 (COP26), this plenary will discuss the four COP26 goals of “Mitigation, Adaptation, Finance and Collaboration”, exploring how health and equity can be further mainstreamed within these climate actions. It aims both to inform and to inspire, raising awareness about the interconnected challenges we are facing as well as discussing solutions and actions at different levels that we all can be a part of to ensure the transformational change that is needed. 

 

Speakers/Panellists:

  • Maria Neira, Director Public Health, Environment and Social Determinants of Health Department, World Health Organization
  • Hans Bruyninckx, Executive Director European Environment Agency
  • Monica Scatasta, Director, Technical Assessment and Monitoring, Council of Europe Development Bank 
  • Clara Mayer, climate activist from Berlin, Germany 

 

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Fri 12th
17:30-18:10
Plenary Hall
EPH Conference CS - Closing Ceremony of the 14th European Public Health Conference

Moderator: Anthony Staines, Chair of the 14th EPH Conference 2021

Awards ceremony: Best Poster Prize, Best Abstract Prize, Ferenc Bojan Award

Welcome to next year's 15th European Public Health Conference, Berlin, Germany
Speaker: 

  • Cecily Kelleher, Chair of Public Health Medicine and Epidemiology, University College Dublin, Ireland