Pre-conference - Wednesday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P7
EUPHA-EPI, EUPHA-HSR, EUPHR-RP CAUS - Foundations of causal inference: Gently introducing public health researchers to counterfactuals, causal diagrams, and target trials

Chair: Linsay Gray, EUPHA section of Public Health Epidemiology, United Kingdom


Introduction to the pre-conference
Linsay Gray, United Kingdom


Motivation and course logistics
Sonja Swanson, the Netherlands


Counterfactuals (1/2)
Sonja Swanson, the Netherlands


Counterfactuals (2/2)
Sonja Swanson, the Netherlands


Target trials
Sonja Swanson, the Netherlands


Wrap-up
Sonja Swanson & Linsay Gray

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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P1
ENBEL, RCSI and IDE CLIM - Connecting health and climate change


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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P8
EUPHA-ECO ECON - Panel data econometrics: how to perform your analysis with R

Welcome and opening
João Vasco Santos, President EUPHA Public health economics section


Speakers
Yves Croissant and Giovanni Millo

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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P10
EUPHA-HTA, ASPHER Working Group on Economic Evaluation in Healthcare EEHE EVAL - Developments in Economic Evaluation in Healthcare

Introduction to the topic – chair: Chiara de Waure

Developments of EU HTA and economic evaluation – Silvia Evers

Costing of health interventions - Ciaran O'Neill

 

Health service innovation and medical devices - Chair: Bosiljka Djikanovic

Economic evaluation of health services - Rositsa Koleva-Kolarova

Economic evaluation of medical devices - Elena Petelos

 

Innovative pharmaceuticals - Chair: Céu Mateus

Economic evaluation of pharmaceuticals - Tomasz Bochenek

Pricing of innovative pharmaceuticals – Wim Groot

 

Reflection on the topic – chair: Judit Simon

Economic evaluation and professional practice – Lorena Dini

Economic evaluations beyond the QALYs - Petra Baji

 

Closing - Milena Pavlova

 

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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P6
Berlin School of Public Health (BSPH) GERM - Re-boosting public health in Germany – bottom-up and top-down initiatives with the potential for an informal public health system

Parallel initiatives on the legislative and the stakeholder level have the potential to form an informal public health system in the future 
Chair/Moderator: Nina Adelberger, Berlin School of Public Health

 

P1: Overview of the current German public health situation
Freia De Bock, BZgA, ZfPH

 

P2: Future Forum Public Health – On the Way to a Public Health Strategy for Germany
Karin Geffert, ZfPH

 

P3: The Public health service pact and its implications for the public health system
Elke Bruns-Philipps, Public health agency of Lower Saxony, BVÖGD, and Michaela Diercke, Robert Koch Institute

 

P4: Reacting to COVID-19 – Competence Network Public Health COVID-19 as a broad network of researchers for providing evidence to decision-makers
Ansgar Gerhardus, Competence Network Public Health COVID-19

 

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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P4
EUPHA-HP, UNESCO Chair Global Health & Education and International Institute, University of Michigan HPRO - Genuine Participation and the Transformational Potential of Health Promotion - Coronavirus Politics

 

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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P2
Institute of Public Health in Ireland, Faculty of Public Health Medicine, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland IFPH - Public Health in Ireland North and South, Past, Present and Future


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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P12
EUPHA-INJ INJU - Safety challenges and altered injury patterns in Europe during COVID-19 and beyond

Moderators:
Maria Papadakaki, President EUPHA INJ, Hellenic Mediterranean University, Greece
Birute Strukcinskiene, Vice President EUPHA INJ, Klaipeda University, Lithuania

 

The theoretical framework of unintentional injuries in adults: a focus on risk perception, risk communication and injury-related preventive behaviour
Christos Lionis, School of Medicine, University of Crete, Greece

 

Overview of home and leisure injury prevention in Europe
Robert Bauer, Department of Sports and Leisure Safety, KfV/Austrian Road Safety Board, Austria

 

Road traffic injuries: the new landscape after the pandemic
Maria Papadakaki, President EUPHA INJ, Hellenic Mediterranean University, Greece

 

Home and leisure pediatric injuries and the pandemic
Tatiana Alves, School of Health, Polytechnic Institute of Setúbal, Portugal and National Institute of Health Dr Ricardo Jorge

 

Intentional violent events, risk management and the COVID pandemic
Lodewijk Pas, University of Leuven, Belgium, and European Family Justice Centers Association

 

Alcohol consumption and injuries
Anne Lounamaa, National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL), Finland

 

Injury prevention and safety promotion strategies, and the Safe Community concept
Birute Strukcinskiene, Department of Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, Klaipeda University, Lithuania

 

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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P3
JAHEE: Joint Action Health Equity Europe JAHEE - Addressing Health Inequalities in Europe: lessons learned and key messages from the Joint Action Health Equity Europe


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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P5
EUPHA-MIG, Global Society of Migration, Ethnicity, Race & Health MIGR - Beyond the Covid-19 Syndemic: lessons learned for migrant and ethnic minority health


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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P9
EUPHA-ECO, Obesity Cobweb network OBES - What simulation modelling of obesity can be offered to policymakers and practitioners? How can we improve its contribution?

Welcome and opening

 

Overview of the pre-conference and audience engagement

 

Economic simulation modelling of obesity

  • Introduction (the German Markov Obesity Model)
  • What simulation modelling can and can’t offer policymakers and practitioners 
  • Research, data and knowledge translation needs
  • Audience engagement

Examples of international collaboration

  • The OECD and its SPHeP Models
  • The Norwegian MOON Model: How it was developed
  • Other examples
  • Audience engagement

Making simulation modelling work better for us

  • Introduction to the Obesity Cobweb network
  • An international programme to address research, data and knowledge translation needs:
  • Framework for simulation modelling of obesity
  • Gaps list
  • Audience engagement

Panel discussion: What’s to be done? What’s the way forward?

Wrap up and an invitation to join the Obesity Cobweb network

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Wed 10th
9:00-12:40
Room P11
EUPHA-SSWH SSWH - Mental health conditions a global challenge to social security and health systems?


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