Workshops - Thursday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room A
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health CDC, WHO 1.A. - Workshop: Developing an actionable and methodologically rigorous social listening report.
Chairperson(s): Christopher Voegeli - United States

10 Steps to creating an insights report
Elisabeth Wilhelm - United States

Integrated Analysis: What it is and how to do it.
Christopher Voegeli - United States

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room B
B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 The Public Health Agency of Sweden 1.B. - Workshop: Adaptations in a time of crisis – public health practice in Sweden during the COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Anna Månsdotter - Sweden, Karin Guldbrandsson - Sweden

Public health in Sweden during the COVID-19 pandemic
Anna Månsdotter - Sweden

Public health work in Sweden during the COVID-19 pandemic
Karin Guldbrandsson - Sweden

Prevention of alcohol, drugs and tobacco during the COVID-19-pandemic – consequences and inequalities in Swedish municipalities
Ulrika Owen - Sweden

Digitalisation in the area of alcohol, drug, and tobacco during the COVID-19-pandemic: supporting the drive towards an equitable health?
Frida Jonsson - Sweden

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room C
C. European public health / Food and nutrition Observatory 1.C. - Workshop: What has the EU ever done for my health system? Using EU tools effectively for health system change
Chairperson(s): Dimitra Panteli - Belgium, Nick Fahy - United Kingdom

What are the tools provided by the EU to support health and care improvement?
Nicole Mauer - Belgium

The Transforming Health Care Systems Partnership – collaboration for improvement post-pandemic
Sabrina Montante - Belgium

A country perspective from Slovenia
Vesna-Kestrin Petric - Slovenia

Health system strengthening and transformation – Current priorities of the European Commission
Isabel de La Mata - European Commission - DG Sante

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room D
D. Chronic diseases 1.D. - Oral presentations: Chronic diseases determinants and interventions
Incremental net benefit of wearable devices for home monitoring of chronically ill patients
Gerardo Altamura - Italy

Artificial sweeteners and risk of cardiovascular diseases in the prospective NutriNet-Santé cohort
Charlotte Debras - France

Incidence and predictors of frailty in Latin America and China: evidence from 10/66 cohort studies
Miao Jiang - Switzerland

Food additive emulsifiers and cancer risk: results from the French prospective NutriNet-Santé cohort.
Mélanie Deschasaux-Tanguy - France

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room E
E. Environment, climate and health Instituto Universitário Egas Moniz, NOVA 1.E. - Workshop: Accelerating the action on SDGs applying a One Health approach
Chairperson(s): Ricardo Assunção - Portugal, Susana Viegas - Portugal

One Health approach for the SDGs achievement
Susana Viegas - Portugal

Air pollution and health – the importance of air monitoring and burden of disease for attaining SDGs
Carla Martins - Portugal

Impact of climate change on food systems – the One Health approach
Ricardo Assunção - Portugal

Intensive animal production as driver of biodiversity loss and pandemics
Carla Viegas - Portugal

Biodiversity and Health
Susana Viegas - Portugal

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room F
F. Digital health and communication EUPHA-DH 1.F. - Skills building seminar: Podcast 101
Chairperson(s): Stefan Buttigieg - EUPHA (DH), Brian Li Han Wong - United Kingdom

Getting started with Podcasts
Stefan Buttigieg - EUPHA (DH)

Promoting and growing your podcasts and ensuring sustainability and consistency in your approach
Juan Rachadell - Portugal

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room G
G. Health data, information and assessments NAKO e.V. 1.G. - Workshop: The German National Cohort (NAKO): Design, current state, and first results
Chairperson(s): Tobias Pischon - Germany, Lilian Krist - Germany

The German National Cohort (NAKO): Overview and Current State
Karin Halina Greiser - Germany

Depression Assessment in the German National Cohort (NAKO)
Klaus Berger - Germany

Increase in Mental Disorders During the COVID-19 Pandemic—Role of Occupational & Financial Strains
Nico Dragano - Germany

Whole-body Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the German National Cohort (NAKO): Design & Current Status
Fabian Bamberg - Germany

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room H
H. Health determinants and health inequalities 1.H. - Oral presentations: Measuring health inequalities
Less to lose yet losing more: Income Inequality in Years of Life Lost to Covid-19
Jawa Issa - Netherlands

Reducing health inequalities through general practice in the UK: a realist review (EQUALISE)
Anna Gkiouleka - United Kingdom

The Berlin index of health and social deprivation: a data based tool to tackle health inequality
Johannes Zeiher - Germany

Health inequalities in very old age: Continuity, accumulation or convergence?
Judith Wenner - Germany

Inequalities in maternal healthcare utilization in low-resource setting: an evidence from Tanzania
Deogratius Bintabara - Tanzania

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room J
J. Health services and welfare systems EUPHA-HSR, -HIA, -HTA, -EPI, -ECO, -PHPP, German Public Health Association Section Research, German Network Health Service Research WG IHSR, Charité Institute for General Practice WG HPSRI 1.J. - Round table: Research Methods for Public Health Oriented Health Services Research – what works where and for what?
Chairperson(s): Lorena Dini - EUPHA (HSR), Johan Hansen - EUPHA (HSR)

Lorena Dini - EUPHA (HSR)

Piedad Martin-Olmedo - EUPHA (HIA)

Stefania Boccia - EUPHA (EPI)

Chiara de Waure - EUPHA (HTA)

João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO)

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room K
K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights 1.K. - Oral presentations: E-cigarettes and smoke-free environments
Is Ireland ready for tobacco endgame? A national survey of knowledge and attitudes to tobacco endgame
Ellen Juliet Cosgrave - Ireland

Creating smoke free environments by local policy
Selinde Rouwenhorst - Netherlands

Evaluation of Factors Associated with Dual Use of E-Cigarettes in University Students
Feyza Nehir Öznur Muz - Turkey

Global market trends of flavour capsule and menthol cigarettes in 78 countries, 2010-2020
Christina Kyriakos - United Kingdom

Effectiveness of Behavior Change interventions for smoking cessation among expectant and new fathers
Sudeepa Khanal Bhattarai - Germany

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room L
L. Health workforce, training and practice EUPHA-HWR, WHO EURO 1.L. - Workshop: Building capacity for a resilient and healthy post-COVID health workforce
Chairperson(s): Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR), Tomas Zapata - Denmark

Investing in the health workforce, protecting mental health: policy and action taken by WHO
Tomas Zapata - Denmark

Health workforce governance during the COVID-19 pandemic: learning lessons from Europe
Gemma Williams - United Kingdom

Health workforce needs and health policy responses to COVID-19: a European comparative assessment
Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR)

Interventions to improve teamwork and wellbeing in primary care settings: a mixed method review
Maria Panagioti - United Kingdom

Hospital doctors in Ireland working through COVID-19 pandemic: learning from individual experience
Niamh Humphries - Ireland

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room M
M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines 1.M. - Oral presentations: COVID-19 and vaccination
Risk factors for SARS-CoV-2 infection: a case-control study in college students after vaccination
Erika Renzi - Italy

COVID-19 vaccination uptake in Belgium : socioeconomic and sociodemographic disparities
Lisa Cavillot - Belgium

SARS-CoV-2 Seroprevalence in Germany: results from the second wave of the RKI-SOEP study
Elisabetta Mercuri - Germany

Waning of SARS-CoV-2 IgG antibodies after vaccination: first results from the CoMoLo follow-up 2021
Cana Kussmaul - Germany

Predictors of seropositivity against SARS-COV-2: a population-based seroepidemiological study
Lusine Musheghyan - Armenia

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room N
N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health 1.N. - Oral presentations: Child and adolescent public health
Strengthening health systems to address child and youth suicide among Indigenous peoples
Jack Hicks - Canada

Do preventive child examinations in general practice reduce the risk of overweight and obesity?
Signe Heuckendorff - Denmark

How did the covid-19 pandemic affect lower respiratory tract infections in young children in England?
Kimberley Foley - United Kingdom

Long-term immunity after HBV vaccine: shall we consider a change? A 20-year-follow-up study.
Marco Fonzo - Italy

Country-level social mobility and inequalities in adolescent health behaviours in 32 countries
Heiko Schmengler - Netherlands

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room O
O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ 1.O. - Oral presentations: Mental health, conflict and violence
The longitudinal impact of social media use on adolescent mental health in the UK
Ruth Plackett - United Kingdom

Conceptual views of mental health among adolescents in Sweden
Veronica Hermann - Sweden

Help-seeking behaviors among survivors of intimate partner violence during pregnancy in 54 LMICs
Mariella Stiller - Germany

Young men’s gambling and violence perpetration in Mwanza, Tanzania
Rebecca Brambilla - Germany

Problem Management Plus and Alcohol (PM+A): a new transdiagnostic psychological intervention
Daniela Fuhr - Germany

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room P
P. Policy, politics and public health EUPHA 1.P. - Skills building seminar: Taking the elevator pitch to the next level: how to convince a policymaker in less than 2 minutes
Chairperson(s): Maaike Droogers - EUPHA

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room Q
Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight PHIRI 1.Q. - Workshop: Summarising research evidence related to COVID-19 impact
Chairperson(s): Maria João Forjaz - Spain, Paulo Nogueira - Portugal

Looking for methodologies and data pathways used in research to assess the COVID-19 impact: a scientific literature review
Rodrigo Feteira-Santos - Portugal

Review of direct impact health indicators of COVID-19 in the scientific literature published between January 2020 and June 2021
Cesar Garriga - Spain

Etiologic and prognostic roles of frailty, multimorbidity and socioeconomic characteristics in the development of SARS-CoV-2 infection and related severe health outcomes: systematic reviews of population-based studies
Tatjana Makovski - France

Systematic review on digitals tools used for contact tracing of COVID-19 patients: interim results
Brigid Unim - Italy

Foresight and Preparedness Studies on COVID-19 in the World: A Systematic Literature Review
Mariana Peyroteo - Portugal

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room A
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health Robert Koch Institute 2.A. - Round table: From Ebola to COVID-19: lessons learned from health systems strengthening efforts and system shocks
Chairperson(s): Johanna Hanefeld - Germany, Hanna-Tina Fischer - Germany

Charbel El Bcheraoui - Germany

Alexandre Delamou - Guinea

Abdul Mbawah - Sierra Leone

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room B
B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 RAND Europe 2.B. - Round table: Rethinking innovation systems to meet the challenges of AMR: Lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Sonja Marjanovic - United Kingdom, Sarah Parkinson - United Kingdom

Sonja Marjanovic - United Kingdom

Sarah Parkinson - United Kingdom

Nick Fahy - United Kingdom

Dimitra Panteli - Belgium

Michael Anderson - United Kingdom

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room C
C. European public health / Food and nutrition 2.C. - Oral presentations: Comparitive public health analysis
Measuring health expectancy in the European Union
João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO)

Barriers and facilitators to healthcare access for homeless people in four European countries
Tobias Schiffler - Austria

Barriers to access cancer prevention services for the homeless population in four European countries
Tobias Schiffler - Austria

Trans* people’s access to gender-affirming health care: A European comparison
Yudit Namer - Germany

A longitudinal study of how disability has affected survival in Swedish populations across 150 years
Johan Junkka - Sweden

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room D
D. Chronic diseases French National Cancer Institute 2.D. - Workshop: The challenges of developing population health intervention research in cancer health promotion
Chairperson(s): Jérôme Foucaud - France

Intervention research in health promotion: policy issues, the example of the ten-year cancer strategy in France
Jérôme Foucaud - France

Intervention research in health promotion: methodological issues
Anne-Fleur Guillemin - France

Intervention research in health promotion: transferability issues, from project to structuring
Florence Cousson-Gélie - France

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room E
E. Environment, climate and health EUPHA-URB, -ENV 2.E. - Workshop: The city of proximity: Accessible, Inclusive, Sustainable, Healthy and Salutogenic.
Chairperson(s): Stefano Capolongo - EUPHA (URB), Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Introducing walkable cities as a Public Health intervention.
Vlatka Matkovic - Belgium

(Re)thinking the city of proximity for Salutogenic purposes.
Andrea Rebecchi - Italy

The city of proximity (accessible, inclusive, sustainable, healthy & salutogenic): the case of Brussels Bourse, Grand-Place station.
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Environmental health perception by Brussels inhabitants: comparison between a top-down raising awareness and citizen science.
Pascaline Incourt - Belgium

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room F
F. Digital health and communication EUPHA-DH 2.F. - Skills building seminar: Health Data Pipelines: moving away from Excel to scalable, insightful and future-proof infostructure
Chairperson(s): Stefan Buttigieg - EUPHA (DH), Juan Rachadell - Portugal

From Personal to Public Health - building Health Data Pipelines
Stefan Buttigieg - EUPHA (DH)

Data protection and fairness by design
Juan Rachadell - Portugal

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room G
G. Health data, information and assessments EUPHA-HTA, EUPHAnxt 2.G. - Workshop: The development of HTA collaboration in Europe: where we are and where we are going
Chairperson(s): Chiara de Waure - EUPHA (HTA), Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA)

Why and how can HTA support evidence-informed health policymaking?
Iñaki Gutiérrez-Ibarluzea - Spain

The development of HTA collaboration at European level and the challenge of the EU regulation
Alric Ruether - Germany

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room H
H. Health determinants and health inequalities Governance, Ethics and Conflict of Interest in Public Health Network, UK Faculty of Public Health 2.H. - Workshop: Commercial determinants and global capture of public health- cases spanning the world
Chairperson(s): Jihad Makhoul - Lebanon

Building a qualitative systems map: applying systems thinking to the commercial determinants of health and industry influence on health policy
Adam Bertscher - United Kingdom

“We will take money from anywhere to support our work”: industry funding of humanitarian assistance in crises
Jihad Makhoul - Lebanon

Corporate Capture of the laws application in Colombia: a new form of capture for public policy actions
Hernando Salcedo Fidalgo - Colombia

Corporate capture of public health by food industries in Europe
Miguel Ángel Royo Bordonada - Spain

The Public Health Playbook: ideas for challenging the Corporate Playbook
Jennifer Lacy-Nichols - Australia

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room J
J. Health services and welfare systems 2.J. - Oral presentations: Health at work
Life events as predictors of unsustainable working life trajectories from a life course perspective
Mo Wang - Sweden

Contribution of compositional changes in the workforce to sickness absence trends in Finland
Elli Hartikainen - Finland

Employer support for employees returning to work from sick leave – evidence for Europe
Thomas Leoni - Austria

Labour market strategies addressing precarious employment and its impacts: A systematic review
Virginia Gunn - Canada

Excess costs of multiple sclerosis: A register-based study in Sweden
Chantelle Murley - Sweden

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room K
K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights Bielefeld University, School of Public Health, EUPHA-WGHL 2.K. - Round table: Navigational health literacy. Perspectives from Austria, Germany and Switzerland
Chairperson(s): Jürgen Pelikan - Austria

Doris Schaeffer - Germany

Lennert Griese - Germany

Saskia De Gani - Switzerland

Robert Griebler - Austria

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room L
L. Health workforce, training and practice EUPHA-HIA, -HWR, ASPHER 2.L. - Workshop: Public Health Institution and Academia’s role in building capacity for Health Impact Assessment
Chairperson(s): Piedad Martin-Olmedo - EUPHA (HIA), Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR)

Health impact Assessment practice in Wales: factors conditioning its success
Liz Green - United Kingdom

Old and new challenges of HIA Capacity building in Portugal
Luciana Costa - Portugal

Networking experiences for promoting HIA implementation in Andalusia
Piedad Martin-Olmedo - EUPHA (HIA)

(panellist)
Robert Otok - ASPHER

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room M
M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines RIVER-EU Project 2.M. - Workshop: Empowering examples of high vaccination in minorities: learning from three underserved communities
Chairperson(s): Michael Edelstein - Israel, Danielle Jansen - EUPHA (CAPH)

The Empowering Example of High Vaccine Uptake among the Arab Minority in Israel
Jumanah Essa-Hadad - Israel

Enablers and barriers associated with high MMR uptake among the Finnish Somali population
Idil Hussein - Finland

Reported Barriers and Enablers to Undertaking Childhood Vaccinations by Bangladeshi Parents in East London.
Ifra Ali - United Kingdom

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room N
N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health Euro-Peristat Network 2.N. - Workshop: Improving perinatal health and reducing inequality: the value of European population comparisons
Chairperson(s): Guenther Heller - Germany, Mika Gissler - Finland

Continuous perinatal health monitoring and analysis in Europe based on a federated analytic approach: a proof of concept study
Marianne Philibert - France

Setting targets for population health improvements: Trends in perinatal health in Europe over the past five years
Katarzyna Szamotulska - Poland

Socioeconomic differences in perinatal health outcomes: perinatal health surveillance through a health-equity prism
Lucy Smith - United Kingdom

Achieving more with less: lessons from country-level analyses of caesarean delivery and perinatal outcomes in Europe
Jennifer Zeitlin - France

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room O
O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ St George's, ESGITM 2.O. - Workshop: Meeting the needs of migrants: initial assessments, catch-up vaccination, and health systems response
Chairperson(s): Sally Hargreaves - United Kingdom, Ana Requena Mendez - Spain

Meeting the health needs of forcibly displaced populations: translating evidence into implementation via the WHO global research agenda on migration and health
Miriam Orcutt - United Kingdom

Strengthening implementation of catch-up vaccination and multi-disease screening for new migrants
Sally Hargreaves - United Kingdom

Community engagement to co-design and deliver public health interventions in newly arrived migrants
Alison Crawshaw - United Kingdom

Health care provision to migrants: what did we learn from the Ukraine, Afghan, and Syrian crises?
Apostolis Veizis - Greece

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room P
P. Policy, politics and public health EUPHA 2.P. - Round table: Covid-19 pandemic: the rise or downfall of public health
Chairperson(s): Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA, Marieke Verschuuren - EUPHA

Martin McKee - United Kingdom

Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - WHO EURO

Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA

Klaus D. Pluemer - Germany

Caroline Costongs - EuroHealthNet

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room Q
Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight RIVM (Netherlands) 2.Q. - Workshop: Prepared for the unexpected: using foresight to address uncertainty
Chairperson(s): Henk Hilderink - EUPHA (FS), Ana Vieira - Netherlands

The inseparable relation between foresight and uncertainty
Henk Hilderink - EUPHA (FS)

FRESHER: Challenges and opportunities for building Health/Healthy futures
Giovanna Giuffrè - Italy

Normative uncertainties in public health foresight
Frank Den Hertog - Netherlands

How can policymakers incorporate uncertainty (as modelled through foresight) into policy evaluation?
Ana Vieira - Netherlands

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room A
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health Observatory 3.A. - Round table: Evidence-informed decision-making in patient care, public health, and health policy: the road ahead
Chairperson(s): Dimitra Panteli - Belgium, Samuel Sieber - Belgium

Suszy Lessof - Belgium

Tanja Kuchenmueller - Switzerland

Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA)

Ansgar Gerhardus - Germany

Isabelle Scholl - Germany

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room B
B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 EUPHA-EPI, -RP, -ETH, -PHG, -HTA, UK Faculty of Public Health 3.B. - Workshop: Quality of COVID-19 science: meta-research and the ethical implications for public health
Chairperson(s): Stefania Boccia - EUPHA (EPI), Alastair Leyland - EUPHA

Quality of COVID-19 research: An overview of large-scale assessments and a case study on excess mortality estimates
Lazaros Belbasis - Germany

Lessons learned from automated screening of COVID-19 preprints
Tracey Weissgerber - Germany

Sources of bias in COVID-19 infection fatality rate estimation
Angelo Maria Pezzullo - EUPHA (EPI)

Public Health Ethics and 'the Science' in Public Decision-Making
John Coggon - United Kingdom

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room C
C. European public health / Food and nutrition WHO EURO 3.C. - Workshop: The WHO European Health Report 2021: overcoming gaps in data and health information systems
Chairperson(s): Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - WHO EURO

Main findings of the European Health Report 2021
Ausra Zelviene - Denmark

Current gaps in data and health information system in the European Region
Stefania Davia - Denmark

Health information system (HIS) assessments as the starting point for HIS strengthening
Marieke Verschuuren - EUPHA

The importance of digitalisation and data science for HIS strengthening
David Novillo - Denmark

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room D
D. Chronic diseases EUPHA-CHR 3.D. - Workshop: An urgent need to fully understand Long Covid-19 and its sequela
Chairperson(s): Sarah Cuschieri - Malta, Julian Mamo - EUPHA (CHR)

Classification and risk factors of Post COVID-19 condition: a longitudinal study in the Belgian population
Pierre Smith - Belgium

How multimorbidity and socio-economic factors affect Long Covid: Evidence from European Countries.
Piotr Wilk - Canada

Perspectives of long COVID patients on their (unmet) needs: a national quantitative and qualitative study
Marie Dauvrin - Belgium

Long COVID: health symptoms, impact on health-related quality of life and mapping to disability weights
Juanita Haagsma - Netherlands

Long COVID and NCDs: the Elephant in the Room
Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room E
E. Environment, climate and health EUPHA-ENV 3.E. - Workshop: Is (Planetary) health a priority in international deals?
Chairperson(s): Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV), Vlatka Matkovic - Belgium

Planetary health education: a cornerstone for international sustainable public health deals
Chiara Cadeddu - Italy

The European response and transformation towards healthy energy
Vlatka Matkovic - Belgium

Costs of air pollution impact on health in the Western Balkans: preliminary results
Claudio Belis - Italy

Health Experts’ voice for Healthier Choice – a call for Zero Air Pollution in the Western Balkans
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room F
F. Digital health and communication Leibniz ScienceCampus Digital Public Health Bremen LSC & EUPHA Digital Health Section 3.F. - Round table: Better DiPH – To plan, implement, evaluate, and the future of digital public health interventions
Chairperson(s): Laura Maass - Germany, Chen-Chia Pan - Germany

Highlighting the 'public 'in digital public health – a critical reflection
Hajo Zeeb - Germany

Moving from human-centred to society-centred design of health technologies
Jasmin Niess - Switzerland

A framework for developing and evaluating digital and public health tools
Saskia Muellmann - Germany

Implementing a digital public health project - lessons learned?
Stefan Buttigieg - EUPHA (DH)

Making the case for the governance of (digital public) health futures
Brian Li Han Wong - United Kingdom

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room G
G. Health data, information and assessments 3.G. - Pitch presentations: Data for health services research
Evidence based Model Care Pathway for Myasthenia Gravis: Key-interventions and Quality indicators
Massimiliano Panella - Italy

Association of hospital/ICU characteristics with HAIs: findings from the SPIN-UTI project
Martina Barchitta - Italy

Defining a definition of adverse events for long-term care settings
Laura Keyes - Ireland

Association between socio-economic deprivation and AHRQ composite indicator during pandemic
Fabrizio Cedrone - Italy

Factors influencing general practitioners’ decisions in migrant patients with mental health disorder
Camille Duveau - Belgium

Socio-economic inequalities in mental health: a new framework and analysis across 113 countries
Christoph Henking - United Kingdom

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room H
H. Health determinants and health inequalities 3.H. - Pitch presentations: Social inequalities and health
Adapting and testing a tool to map digital health resources use by older adults in Israel and Taiwan
Diane Levin-Zamir - Israel

Sexual health inequalities among women aged 16-24
Danielle Solomon - United Kingdom

Diabetes Prevention Programme and socioeconomic inequalities in Type 2 Diabetes in England.
Georgia Chatzi - United Kingdom

A community-based participatory approach to engaging Congolese migrants in intervention co-design
Alison Crawshaw - United Kingdom

Health Care Planning: method to improve primary health coverage and quality in Amazonas, Brazil
Ilana Eshriqui - Brazil

How can school-based interventions reduce health inequalities? Results from two reviews
Irene Moor - Germany

School tobacco policies and social inequalities in adolescent smoking
Nora Mélard - Belgium

The role of gender equity in healthy life expectancy in 27 European countries
Teresa Leão - Portugal

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room J
J. Health services and welfare systems 3.J. - Oral presentations: Performance of health care systems
Social context matters: the role of social support and social norms in healthcare solidarity
Marloes Meijer - Netherlands

How do countries plan, purchase and use imaging technologies to prevent over-purchase and overuse?
Ruth Waitzberg - Germany

Exploring the link between cancer policies and cancer survival: a comparison of seven countries
Ellen Nolte - United Kingdom

Hospital admissions in Austria during the COVID-19 Pandemic – a rapid analysis for 2020 and 2021
Herwig Ostermann - Austria

Barriers for using amoxycillin dispersible tablet in pediatric pneumonia treatment in Bangladesh
Sabbir Ahmed - Bangladesh

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room K
K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights 3.K. - Oral presentations: Healthy food choices
The fish paradox: people with low socio-economic status are not consuming the right type of fish
Yinjie Zhu - Netherlands

Whole grain intake, overall diet quality and key components of sustainable diets in Finnish adults
Rilla Tammi - Finland

Food choices characterized by the Nutri-Score nutrient profile and risk of cardiovascular diseases
Mélanie Deschasaux-Tanguy - France

Not all plant-based diets are associated with benefits on mortality: the Moli-sani Study
Marialaura Bonaccio - Italy

Ultra-processed food consumption and survival in older Italians from the Moli-sani Study
Marialaura Bonaccio - Italy

An exploration of reformulation efforts by the food industry in Ireland
Mary Rose Sweeney - Ireland

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room L
L. Health workforce, training and practice 3.L. - Pitch presentations: Health of health care workers
Mental health of healthcare workers during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Netherlands
Maaike van der Noordt - Netherlands

Health workers’ perception vs medically approved COVID-19 infection risk: the risk communication gap
Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR)

Nurses' coping with patients' relatives: Attachment style, burnout, and intentions to leave nursing
Amit Gur - Israel

Improving communication with hard of hearing and D/deaf patients: a capacity-building intervention
Véronique S Grazioli - Switzerland

Hospital nurse understaffing and short work experience: associations with mortality among patients
Marianna Virtanen - Finland

Opportunities to increase the attractiveness of the German Public Health Service as an employer
Laura Arnold - Germany

Workplace health promotion programs for employees in long-term care facilities - a systematic review
Michael Herz - Germany

Hospital hand hygiene after COVID-19: has the pandemic heightened healthcare workers’ awareness?
Giacomo Pietro Vigezzi - Italy

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room M
M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines EUPHA-IDC, -MIG 3.M. - Workshop: Health system barriers to vaccination in underserved communities: a tale of four countries
Chairperson(s): Bernadette Kumar - EUPHA (MIG), Maria Gańczak - EUPHA (IDC)

Health System Barriers for HPV-vaccine uptake in females with a Turkish or Moroccan Migration background in the Netherlands
Janine De Zeeuw - Netherlands

Health system barriers to vaccination among Ukrainian economic migrants in Poland
Maria Gańczak - EUPHA (IDC)

Health system barriers to HPV vaccination in marginalized Roma communities in Slovakia
Daniela Filakovska Bobakova - Slovakia

Health system barriers to HPV and MMR vaccination in recent migrants/refugees in Greece
Pania Karnaki - Greece

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room N
N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health IMAgiNE EURO Study Group 3.N. - Workshop: IMAgiNE EURO: Quality of maternity care in the WHO European Region during the COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Céline Miani - Germany, Marzia Lazzerini - Italy

Quality of facility-based maternal and newborn care around the time of childbirth during the COVID-19 pandemic
Marzia Lazzerini - Italy

Exclusive breastfeeding during the COVID-19 pandemic in 17 WHO European Region countries
Ilana Chertok - United States

Individual and country-level variables associated with the medicalization of birth
Céline Miani - Germany

Panelist
Emanuelle Pessa Valente - Italy

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room O
O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ University of Exeter 3.O. - Workshop: Structural stigma shapes LGBTQ+ mental health and well-being across countries
Chairperson(s): David Doyle - United Kingdom

The impact of country-level structural stigma on loneliness and social capital in older and younger LGB individuals in 113 countries
Dinah Gutermuth - United Kingdom

Stronger together: Community participation, structural stigma, and depressive symptoms of sexual and gender minority individuals living across 28 European countries
Berk Can Ünsal - Hungary

Structural stigma and sexual minority men’s depression and suicidality: A multi-level examination of mechanisms and mobility across 48 countries
John Pachankis - United States

Structural stigma and 7-year improvement in life satisfaction: A repeated cross-sectional study of sexual minority individuals across 28 countries
Richard Bränström - EUPHA (SGMH)

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room P
P. Policy, politics and public health Health Education England 3.P. - Round table: The Commercial Determinants of Health: Hidden influences across the life-course
Chairperson(s): Mark Petticrew - United Kingdom

Claire Mulrenan - United Kingdom

May van Schalkwyk - United Kingdom

Nason Maani - United Kingdom

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room Q
Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight RIVM (Netherlands), Sciensano (Belgium), PHIRI, EUPHA (PHMR) (FOR) 3.Q. - Workshop: Using foresight to anticipate future public health challenges
Chairperson(s): Henk Hilderink - EUPHA (FS), Petronille Bogaert - EUPHA (PHMR)

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

The future of health digitalization: The case of Primary Health Care in Portugal
Mariana Peyroteo - Portugal

Potential gains by effective early detection of diseases: proposal to approach informing public health policy in the Czech Republic
Ondrej Majek - Czechia

Foresight methodologies to unravel the indirect health economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cancer care and management in Belgium studied in the HELICON project
Yasmine Khan - Belgium

Foresight for policy – addressing the challenges for policy impact
Laurent Bontoux - Italy

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room A
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health Health Information and Quality Authority, WHO, Department of Health in Ireland 4.A. - Workshop: Lessons from the response to COVID-19 to inform strengthening of Essential Public Health Functions
Chairperson(s): Michelle O'Neill - Ireland, Ronan Glynn - Ireland

Applying Essential Public Health Functions in building health systems’ resilience globally
Yu Zhang - Germany

High level review of configuration and reform of Public Health systems in selected countries
Karen Cardwell - Ireland

Essential Public Health Functions in Ireland: Perspectives to strengthen capacities and stewardship
Geraldine McDarby - Switzerland

Organisational perspectives on Public Health delivery in Ireland: Lessons learned from COVID-19
Michelle Norris - Ireland

Panelist
Yvonne Doyle - United Kingdom

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room B
B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 Observatory 4.B. - Workshop: Addressing backlogs and managing waiting lists during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Ewout Van Ginneken - Germany, Sarah Reed - United Kingdom

Health services during Covid-19: What do we know of the degree of service disruption and size of the backlogs?
Florian Tille - United Kingdom

What are the drivers of waiting times, waiting lists and backlog during and following the COVID-19 pandemic?
Luigi Siciliani - United Kingdom

Health system recovery from Covid-19: What policies are health systems using to tackle backlogs and bring down waiting times in the wake of the pandemic?
Sarah Reed - United Kingdom

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room C
C. European public health / Food and nutrition EUPHA-PHPP, Gesundheitsamt Düren, Foundation euPrevent 4.C. - Workshop: Promoting health without borders: cross-border public health policy in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine
Chairperson(s): Sofia Ribeiro - EUPHA (PHPP)

Euregional Youth Survey Structure and results of the cross border youth surveys
Dirk Philippsen - Germany

The Euregional policy impact of COVID 19 on the border region between the Netherlands, North-Rhine Westphalia and Belgium
Christian JPA Hoebe - Netherlands

Euregional Health Atlas: how to use it for cross-border public health policy Building a common health monitoring platform for the Meuse-Rhine Euroregion
Stefaan Demarest - Belgium

Concept of cross border policy in public health: what is it and how does it
Brigitte Van der Zanden - Netherlands

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room D
D. Chronic diseases EUPHA-CHR, -ENV 4.D. - Workshop: The interaction of environmental impact and chronic diseases: from theory to practice
Chairperson(s): Sarah Cuschieri - Malta, Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Food Production as a challenge for One Health Approach and Public Health
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Sustainable dietetic models: strategies for communication and promotion
Francesca Scazzina - Italy

Rethink cities to promote an active lifestyle and tackle climate change: best practices from the OECD
Michele Cecchini - France

Strengthening resilience to address climate change and chronic diseases: evidence from small states
Stefano Moncada - Malta

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room E
E. Environment, climate and health Robert Koch Institute, IANPHI 4.E. - Workshop: The role of National Public Health Institutes and IANPHI as Key Climate Actors
Chairperson(s): Angela Fehr - Germany, Sébastien Denys - France

Engaging and supporting national public health institutes as key climate actors
Amandine Ballart - United States

How RIVM is responding to the challenge of protecting human health from the effects of climate change – now and in the future
Lisbeth Hall - Netherlands

The NIPH’s response to the climate and environmental crisis
Ågot Aakra - Norway

The German national public health institute’s journey to becoming a Key Climate Actor: The Robert Koch Institute’s strategy development process
Angelina Taylor - Germany

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room F
F. Digital health and communication Leibniz ScienceCampus Digital Public Health 4.F. - Skills building seminar: How can we achieve effective interdisciplinarity in digital public health practice?
Chairperson(s): Laura Maass - Germany, Chen-Chia Pan - Germany

What is interdisciplinarity, and how can we apply it to research and practice?
Merle Freye - Germany

Which disciplines form digital public health, and how do they relate to each other?
Chen-Chia Pan - Germany

Discussion table on health economics
Laura Maass - Germany

Discussion table on computer science
Daniel Diethei - Germany

Discussion table on psychology
Jasmin Niess - Switzerland

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room G
G. Health data, information and assessments EUPHA-ECO, -HTA 4.G. - Workshop: Economic evaluations of public health interventions: from case studies to next methodological steps
Chairperson(s): João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO), Vanessa Gorasso - EUPHA (ECO)

Economic evaluation of legislation-based public health interventions – the case of tobacco control
Julian Perelman - Portugal

A perspective on the assessment of the broad value of vaccinations
Chiara de Waure - EUPHA (HTA)

Challanges in economic evaluation of public health interventions: the example of surveillance of high risk pancreatic tumour patients.
Paolo Angelo Cortesi - Italy

Methodological advancements in costing methods for (public) health economic evaluations: results from the European PECUNIA project
Judit Simon - Austria

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room H
H. Health determinants and health inequalities University of Bath, Lancet 4.H. - Workshop: The Commercial determinants of health: latest thinking, models, tools and solutions
Chairperson(s): Anna Gilmore - United Kingdom

Defining and conceptualising the CDOH
Anna Gilmore - United Kingdom

Understanding commercial actors: a new framework
Jennifer Lacy-Nichols - Australia

Finding solutions to the commercial determinants of health: the need for systemic transformative change
Sharon Friel - Australia

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room J
J. Health services and welfare systems Berlin University of Technology 4.J. - Workshop: Health system performance assessment in Europe – recent developments, evidence, and challenges
Chairperson(s): Reinhard Busse - Germany, Carine Van de Voorde - Belgium

Health System Performance Assessment: how equitable is the Belgian health system?
Carine Van de Voorde - Belgium

Piloting the first health system performance assessment for Germany: key results and learnings
Miriam Blümel - Germany

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room K
K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights EUPHA-WGHL, -HP, -CAPH, TU Munich 4.K. - Workshop: Promoting and enhancing health literacy through school interventions
Chairperson(s): Orkan Okan - EUPHA (HP), Julia Dratva - EUPHA (CAPH)

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

Results from a systematic review of interventions promoting mental health literacy in youth
Alexandra Fretian - Germany

Health Literate Schools: Organizational Health Literacy in the School Setting
Sandra Kirchhoff - Germany

Teachers’ mental health literacy and action competencies
Julia Dratva - EUPHA (CAPH)

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room L
L. Health workforce, training and practice Robert Koch-Institute, EUPHA-HWR 4.L. - Round table: Mobilising coping and support strategies: learning from healthcare workers’ experiences of COVID-19
Chairperson(s): Heide Weishaar - Germany, Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR)

Megan Evans - Germany

George Valiotis - Belgium

Bernhard Gibis - Germany

Véronique S Grazioli - Switzerland

Ber Oomen - Belgium

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room M
M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines 4.M. - Oral presentations: COVID-19 impact
Long COVID among Children: Persistence of Symptoms 12 Weeks and More in a Cohort Study from Turkey
Öykü Turunç - Turkey

Changing social patterns: excess mortality during the first three COVID-19 waves in Belgium
Laura Van den Borre - Belgium

Impact of COVID-19 on emergency department use among home care recipients
Alberto Peano - Italy

Access of Syrian Refugee Women to Sexual and Reproductive Health Services in Turkey during COVID-19
Eray Öntaş - Turkey

Disruptions of cytological screening procedures due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Slovakia
Juliana Melichová - Slovakia

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room N
N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health WFPHA Oral Health Workgroup 4.N. - Workshop: Maternal Oral Health Models and Initiatives in Global and Public Health Perspectives
Chairperson(s): Hyewon Lee - Switzerland

Introducing Maternal Oral Health As Global Health And Public Health Agenda
Hyewon Lee - Switzerland

Tobacco Use Prevention and Cessation Programme For Pregnant Women Accessing Antenatal Care In Urban Public Health Facilities In Southern India
Sophia Thomas - India

Oral Health Literacy In Young Migrant/Refugee Mothers From Developing Countries.
Jane-Frances Esimekara - Switzerland

Innovative Ante-Natal Care: Healthy Teeth Healthy Baby, An Interprofessional Collaboration Initiative In Indonesia
Hyewon Lee - Switzerland

Maternal Oral Health and Global Oral Health: Policy Perspective
Khabiso Ramphoma - South Africa

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room O
O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ 4.O. - Oral presentations: Mental health disorders
Re-admission after early discharge from involuntary hospitalization of psychiatric patients
Zohar Mor - Israel

The 2009-2014 economic crisis and deaths by suicide in Portugal: time series analysis
Vera Pinheiro - Portugal

Educational inequalities in major depressive disorder over the adult life course: a microsimulation
Alexander Lepe - Netherlands

Risk factors for mental health disorders during the COVID-19 pandemic in Spain: A cohort study
Pere Castellvi - Spain

Are loneliness interventions effective in reducing loneliness? A meta-analytic review of 128 studies
Mathias Lasgaard - Denmark

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room P
P. Policy, politics and public health University of Limerick 4.P. - Workshop: Health promotion policy implementation evaluation: tools, challenges and futures directions
Chairperson(s): Aurélie Van Hoye - Ireland, Catherine Woods - Ireland

Finding the fitting framework for the implementation of policies promoting healthy nutrition and physically active lifestyle: Results from a systematic review
Sarah Forberger - Germany

Methods of policy monitoring in physical activity promotion: a systematic review across different levels of government
Sven Messing - Germany

The development of the Physical Activity Environment Policy Index (PA-EPI): a tool for monitoring and benchmarking government policies and actions to improve physical activity.
Catherine Woods - Ireland

Development of the Health Promoting Sports Club - National Audit Tool
Aurélie Van Hoye - Ireland

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room Q
Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight PHIRI, EUPHA-PHMR 4.Q. - Workshop: Showcasing PHIRI use case results measuring the impact of COVID-19 on population health
Chairperson(s): Enrique Bernal-Delgado - Spain, Thomas Ziese - Germany

Impact of COVID-19 on hospitalisation for diverse conditions in European countries
Andrea Schmidt - Austria

Was there any delay in the treatment of breast cancer patients because of the COVID-19 stringency measures?
Francisco Estupiñán - Spain

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on perinatal health and perinatal health inequalities in Europe
Jennifer Zeitlin - France

Monitoring COVID-19 related changes in population mental health
Carmen Rodríguez-Blázquez - Spain


Workshops - Friday 11th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 11th
9:00-10:00
Room A
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health 5.A. - Oral presentations: Evidence for sustainable health systems
Policy to cover perinatal care costs: a quasi-experimental study on adverse newborn health outcomes
Cristian Carmeli - Switzerland

Sick of politics: A study of political trust, quality of government and population health in Europe
Pål Erling Martinussen - Norway

How are high-income countries' primary care systems structured to outperform the U.S.?
Munira Gunja - United States

Determinants of excess mortality during the COVID-19 pandemic in 18 countries of the CMOR consortium
Christiana Demetriou - Cyprus

Co-creation of activities to promote health and well-being of older people – a scoping review
Anne Seneca Terkelsen - Denmark

Fri 11th
9:00-10:00
Room B
B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 5.B. - Oral presentations: Impact of COVID-20
Monitoring the reproduction number of COVID-19 in France: estimates compared from 3 datasets
Christophe Bonaldi - France

Spread of SARS-CoV-2 at school through the pandemic waves: a population-based cohort study in Italy
Marco Fonzo - Italy

Long COVID in France: prevalence, management and long-term impact
Tatjana Makovski - France

Establishing intersectoral ‘Schools Teams’ to mitigate SARS-CoV-2 school transmission, 2020/2021.
Peter Naughton - Ireland

Risk of SARS-CoV-2 reinfection 18 months after first infection: population-level observational study.
Maria Elena Flacco - Italy

Fri 11th
9:00-10:00
Room C
C. European public health / Food and nutrition EUPHA 5.C. - Skills building seminar: Learn how to contribute to raising awareness about public health in Europe with the EUPHW
Chairperson(s): Annemieke Schuffelen - Netherlands, Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA

Why be a part of the European Public Health Week?
Marie Guichardon - EUPHA

How to involve the younger generation in the European Public Health Week?
Monica Brînzac - EUPHAnxt

The Austrian Public Health Week & the European Public Health Week
Thomas Dorner - Austria

Fri 11th
9:00-10:00
Room D
D. Chronic diseases Western University, Canada 5.D. - Workshop: Challenges and opportunities for health systems in the era of multi-morbidity
Chairperson(s): Saverio Stranges - EUPHA (CHR), Arnaud Chiolero - Switzerland

Examining existing strategies to prevent multimorbidity – a scoping review
Kathryn Nicholson - Canada

Life expectancy in multimorbid older adults: Why it matters for preventive care
Viktoria Gastens - Switzerland

Association between functional limitation and quality of life among older adults with multimorbidity in Luxembourg
Piotr Wilk - Canada

Prevalence of cardio-metabolic multi-morbidity and associated risk factors in a population-based sample of South Africans
Ngianga-Bakwin Kandala - South Africa

Multimorbidity in Large Canadian Urban Centres
Piotr Wilk - Canada

Fri 11th
9:00-10:00
Room E
E. Environment, climate and health 5.E. - Oral presentations: Urban and environmental health
A Holistic Approach to Urban and Children’s Mental Health
Peter Van Den Hazel - EUPHA (ENV)

Leveraging Citizen Science to Improve Urban Public Health.
Rachel Elands - Netherlands

Association between worries about climate change and mental health in Norwegian adolescents
Marja Leonhardt - Norway

Air pollution is associated with the risk of neurodegenerative disorders: a prominent role of PM10
Alessandro Gialluisi - Italy

Health, Architecture and Wellbeing: building bridges between health and the design of living spaces
Teresa Leão - Portugal

Fri 11th
9:00-10:00
Room F
F. Digital health and communication 5.F. - Oral presentations: Digital interventions
Factors associated with the perception that eHealth facilitates access to healthcare
Emma Kainiemi - Finland

Low confidence in systematic reviews of digital interventions for physical activity promotion
Katja Matthias - Germany

Evaluation of Cracks in the Ice: an evidence-based digital toolkit
Steph Kershaw - Australia

Ethnicity, deprivation, and the use of patient portals in England’s general practices 2018-2020
Abrar Alturkistani - United Kingdom

Effectiveness and safety of pulse oximetry in remote patient monitoring of patients with COVID-19
Ahmed Alboksmaty - United Kingdom

Fri 11th
9:00-10:00
Room G
G. Health data, information and assessments 5.G. - Oral presentations: Ferenc Bojan: young investigator award session
Chairperson(s): Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA, Julian Mamo - EUPHA (CHR)

Metabolic syndrome as predictor of work exit type: A longitudinal study among 55,817 Dutch workers
Katharina Runge - Netherlands

The characteristics of women not-attending screening and their barriers to attendance in Czechia
Anna Altová - Czechia

Vaccination coverage trends in European Union from 1980 to 2020: A joinpoint Regression Analysis
Francesco Andrea Causio - Italy

Menstrual inequity in Spain: a cross-sectional study
Laura Medina-Perucha - Spain

Associations between area- and individual-level community belonging and self-rated health
Sarah M Mah - Canada

Fri 11th
9:00-10:00
Room H
H. Health determinants and health inequalities EUPHA-HSR, -EPI 5.H. - Round table: Health care systems, health service provision, and equity in health
Chairperson(s): Johan Hansen - EUPHA (HSR), Stefania Boccia - EUPHA (EPI)

Peter Groenewegen - Netherlands

Ilmo Keskimäki - Finland

Alastair Leyland - EUPHA

Ellen Nolte - United Kingdom

Alison Mc Callum - United Kingdom

Fri 11th
9:00-10:00
Room J
J. Health services and welfare systems 5.J. - Pitch presentations: Occupational health and sickness absence
Pain and mental health - separate and joint associations with sickness absence among young employees
Pi Fagerlund - Finland

Clustering of unhealthy behaviours and subsequent sickness absence among Finnish municipal employees
Jatta Salmela - Finland

Work after cancer-sickness absence. Barriers and facilitators from survivors’ perspective
Amaya Ayala - Spain

Work functioning in early, mid and late working life among workers with a chronic disease
Sander Van Zon - Netherlands

Evaluation of an e-learning on involving significant others in occupational health care
Nicole Snippen - Netherlands

Associations between perceptions and sick leave duration in dyads of workers and significant others
Nicole Snippen - Netherlands

Covid-19 impacts on unemployment on the migration-gender intersections in Spain, a multilevel study
Núria Pedrós Barnils - Germany

What do employees on long-term sick leave experience, as barriers for returning to work?
Kine Strømstad - Norway

Fri 11th
9:00-10:00
Room K
K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights EUPHA-WGHL, -HP, -CAPH, TU Munich, Robert Koch Institute 5.K. - Workshop: National and European studies on health literacy in children and adolescents
Chairperson(s): Orkan Okan - EUPHA (HP), Kimberley Foley - United Kingdom

HL-Kids-NRW – Study of fourth-graders’ health literacy
Torsten Michael Bollweg - Germany

Measuring health literacy and its associations with health behaviors of adolescents in Germany
Anne-Kathrin Mareike Loer - Germany

Exploring children’s health literacy in the Netherlands–results in a sample of 8-11 year olds
Jany Rademakers - Netherlands

Health literacy among adolescents: summary of some key findings from ten European countries
Leena Paakkari - Finland

Digital health literacy and health behaviors of eighth and ninth graders from Germany
Kevin Dadaczynski - Germany

Fri 11th
9:00-10:00
Room L
L. Health workforce, training and practice 5.L. - Oral presentations: Health professionals training and practice
Health workforce needs of small medical specialties: findings from rheumatology in Germany
Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR)

Use of Psychological First aid for care home staff wellbeing: A cross sectional national survey
Mariyana Schoultz - United Kingdom

Training health professionals in infodemic management to mitigate the harm caused by infodemics
Tina Purnat - Switzerland

Indicator-Activities to apply primary health care principles by community health worker programs
Shagufta Perveen - Australia

Mixed-methods study to assess an intervention for healthier lifestyles in primary healthcare
Ariana Bytyci Katanolli - Kosovo

Fri 11th
9:00-10:00
Room M
M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines EUPHA-HTA Vaccines Europe, HTAi 5.M. - Workshop: The need to account for vaccine-specificities in the implementation of the EU Regulation on HTA
Chairperson(s): Chiara de Waure - EUPHA (HTA), Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA)

HTA and National Immunisation Program: an overview of competent bodies and of the impact of HTA on the decision-making process
Walter Ricciardi - WFPHA

Accounting for vaccines specificities in the Joint Clinical Assessment (JCA): a proposal for guiding principles
Sibilia Quilici - Belgium

Needs for a thorough Joint Clinical Assessment of vaccines within the HTAR: perspectives of NITAGs
Ole Wichmann - Germany

Fri 11th
9:00-10:00
Room N
N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health Observatory 5.N. - Workshop: Children first: do health systems pay enough attention to their youngest constituents?
Chairperson(s): Ewout Van Ginneken - Germany, Dimitra Panteli - Belgium

Do EU countries comply with the right to healthcare under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child?
Cristina Hernandez Quevedo - United Kingdom

Bottlenecks to child health service delivery – how can Health System Performance Assessment help?
Nathan Shuftan - Germany

What can we learn from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on hospital care for children in Germany?
Nicole Mauer - Belgium

Fri 11th
9:00-10:00
Room O
O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ EUPHA-PMH 5.O. - Workshop: Psychosocial impact and healthcare utilization after terrorist attacks
Chairperson(s): Johan Bilsen - EUPHA (PMH), Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Long-term psychosocial response in Belgium after the 22/03/2016 terrorist attacks
Roel Van Overmeire - Belgium

Changes in healthcare utilization after mass trauma: A register-based study of young survivors’ utilization of primary care and mental health services before and after the Utøya attack in Norway.
Lise Eilin Stene - Norway

Mental health impact and mental health care among first responders following the Paris terror attacks in November 2015
Yvon Motreff - France

Gender and occupational differences in post-terrorist mental health outcomes among emergency responders with and without crisis intervention
Ulrich Wesemann - Germany

Fri 11th
9:00-10:00
Room P
P. Policy, politics and public health 5.P. - Oral presentations: Health promotion policies
Comparative Effectiveness in terms of Understanding of Nutri-Score and NutrInform in Spain
Morgane Fialon - France

Impact of Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxation Scenarios in Germany: A Comparative Modelling Study
Karl Emmert-Fees - Germany

How much of the unemployment effect on mental health is due to income? Mediation analysis in UK data
Rachel Thomson - United Kingdom

Do regional characteristics predict developmental delay? Analyses of German school entry examination
Stephanie Hoffmann - Germany

Minimum Unit Pricing for Alcohol: are there unintended consequences for diet?
Paul McNamee - United Kingdom

Fri 11th
9:00-10:00
Room Q
Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight 5.Q. - Oral presentations: Measuring the health of our population
Calculation of Purchasing Power Parities for Pharmaceutical Products via EURIPID database
Claudia Habl - Austria

A novel plot for the early alert of epidemic growth using regional targets: the doubling plot.
Fabrizio Carinci - Italy

Network analysis of a COVID-19 outbreak in the west of Ireland in February 2021
Catherine Timoney - Ireland

Adverse childhood experiences & multimorbidity in adulthood: A national UK whole of life cohort study
Amal Khanolkar - United Kingdom

Measuring Health Insurance Literacy in the Netherlands – first results of the HILM-NL questionnaire
Laurens Holst - Netherlands

Fri 11th
11:40-12:40
Room A
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health THL, Tampere University, Trinity College Dublin, University of Copenhagen, EUPHA-HSR 6.A. - Workshop: Strategies to build up health system resilience: Legacy of the COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Ilmo Keskimäki - Finland, Johan Hansen - EUPHA (HSR)

Strategies for developing preparedness and building legacy – learning from the experience of building Health System Resilience in Ireland
Stephen Thomas - Ireland

Lessons and long-term implications of the covid-19 response in Denmark from a resilience perspective
Karsten Vrangbæk - Denmark

From COVID-19 to Health System Reform: Qualitative Insights on Resilience and Lessons Learned from Finland
Liina-Kaisa Tynkkynen - Finland

Fri 11th
11:40-12:40
Room B
B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, Division of Country health Policies and Systems, WHO/Europe 6.B. - Round table: Insights from COVID-19: Preparing for and responding to the next health emergency
Chairperson(s): Maja Pasovic - United States, Elizabeth Serieux - United States

Maja Pasovic - United States

Elizabeth Serieux - United States

David Novillo-Ortiz - Denmark

Fri 11th
11:40-12:40
Room C
C. European public health / Food and nutrition EC 6.C. - The revised EU health security framework
Chairperson(s): Isabel de La Mata - European Commission - DG Sante

Ingrid Keller - Luxembourg

Florina Telea - European Commission

Fri 11th
11:40-12:40
Room D
D. Chronic diseases EUPHA-FN, -CHR, WHO EURO 6.D. - Workshop: Strengthening awareness of obesity in Europe: from knowledge to action
Chairperson(s): Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA, Licia Iacoviello - Italy

Key messages of the WHO European Regional Obesity Report
Kremlin Wickramasinghek - Russia

Obesity, body weight stigma and biomedical oversimplification: moving beyond BMI
Saverio Stranges - EUPHA (CHR)

Nutritional and non-nutritional dietary factors affecting obesity and chronic related disorders
Giuseppe Grosso - EUPHA (FN)

New frontiers in risk assessments related to diets, health and the environment
Marco Springmann - United Kingdom

Fri 11th
11:40-12:40
Room E
E. Environment, climate and health EUPHA-HIA, -ENV 6.E. - Skills building seminar: 'Think global, act local'- using the Place Standard tool to support action on climate and health
Chairperson(s): Odile Mekel - EUPHA (HIA), Peter Van Den Hazel - EUPHA (ENV)

People, places and the climate emergency – the Scottish Place Standard Tool with a climate lens
Kat Hasler - United Kingdom

Creating a German “StadtRaumMonitor” with a climate lens - The approach and design of the piloting
Patricia Tollmann - Germany

Fri 11th
11:40-12:40
Room F
F. Digital health and communication EUPHA-DH 6.F. - Skills building seminar: Digital health, informatics, and public health
Chairperson(s): Stefan Buttigieg - EUPHA (DH), Anthony Staines - Ireland

Case based approach to the application of standards and Interoperability in practice
Pamela Hussey - Ireland

How ontology can be used to achieve semantic interoperability in healthcare
Subhashis Das - Ireland

Terminologies matter - the case of ICNP and SNOMED-CT
Anthony Staines - Ireland

Fri 11th
11:40-12:40
Room G
G. Health data, information and assessments Sciensano (Belgium), Belgian Federal Public Health Institute Towards the European Health Data Space, PHIRI 6.G. - Workshop: The European Health Data Space 2: is Europe ready to maximise the re-use of health data?
Chairperson(s): Irène Kesisoglou - Belgium

Results from the TEHDAS country visits: State-of-play of 12 EU member states in relation to the EHDS2
Linda Abboud - Belgium

Barriers on cross-border sharing of health data for secondary use and options to overcome these
Rosie Richards - Belgium

EHDS2 pilot infrastructure for the secondary use of health data
Camille Cloitre - France

The role of PHIRI in the EHDS2
Enrique Bernal-Delgado - Spain

Fri 11th
11:40-12:40
Room H
H. Health determinants and health inequalities Observatory, TU Berlin, Radboud University, New York University 6.H. - Workshop: Towards improved performance measurement and universal health coverage in oral health care
Chairperson(s): Ewout Van Ginneken - Germany, Dimitra Panteli - Belgium

Global public health must end the neglect of oral health
Habib Benzian - United States

Oral Health Care in Europe: Financing, Access and Provision
Juliane Winkelmann - Germany

Horizon Europe: the DELIVER (DELiberative ImproVEment of oRal care quality) project
Stefan Listl - Netherlands

Fri 11th
11:40-12:40
Room J
J. Health services and welfare systems EUPHA-SSWH 6.J. - Workshop: Precarious employment and its impact on social protections in the EU
Chairperson(s): Ute Bültmann - EUPHA (SSWH), Agnes Meershoek - Netherlands

Health protection policies for digital platform and low wage workers
Ellen MacEachen - Canada

Precarious work, sickness absence and risk sharing between employers, employees and social insurance
Solveig Ose - Norway

NA Panelist
Anita Tisch - Germany

NA Panelist
Angelique De Rijk - Netherlands

Fri 11th
11:40-12:40
Room K
K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights Fulda University of Applied Sciences 6.K. - Workshop: Health Literacy in Health Care Settings in Europe: Practice experience, challenges and future needs
Chairperson(s): Katharina Rathmann - Germany

The Vienna self-assessment questionnaire for hospitals: Three explorative case studies in Belgium
Gilles Henrard - Belgium

Health literate settings in Austria
Lisa Gugglberger - Austria

A multi-component health literacy intervention addressing needs of kidney patients and professionals
Marco Boonstra - Netherlands

Strengthening the Swiss health system by improving organizational health literacy: a practice-approach
Saskia De Gani - Switzerland

Organizational health literacy in health care: Results from a participatory project in Germany
Katharina Rathmann - Germany

Fri 11th
11:40-12:40
Room L
L. Health workforce, training and practice YFG, EUPHAnxt 6.L. - Round table: A digital literate health workforce for a resilient future
Chairperson(s): Matthias Wismar - European Observatory

Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - WHO EURO

Marius-Ionut Ungureanu - Romania

Brian Li Han Wong - United Kingdom

Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR)

Fri 11th
11:40-12:40
Room M
M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines EMCDDA, WHO, UNIPI, EUPHA-PHPP, -IDC 6.M. - Workshop: Models of care in prison: addressing infectious diseases during and after the pandemic in EU/EEA
Chairperson(s): Sara Mazzilli - Italy, Sofia Ribeiro - EUPHA (PHPP)

Burden of infectious diseases in prison settings and services offered
Filipa Alves da Costa - Russia

Overview of availability of harm reduction interventions in European prisons
Linda Montanari - Portugal

Viral hepatitis micro-elimination: models of care and barriers to implementation in 5 EU/EEA prisons
Thomas Seyler - Portugal

COVID-19 vaccination in prison settings: a model to design tailored vaccine delivery strategies
Lara Tavoschi - Italy

Fri 11th
11:40-12:40
Room N
N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health 6.N. - Oral presentations: Perinatal and infant public health
Birth weight and NEET status in young adulthood and the role of parental education
Niko Eskelinen - Finland

What matters to families about the healthcare of preterm or low birth weight infants
Lisa Hurt - United Kingdom

Contraception free of charge for young women in Tuscany: an interrupted time series analysis
Amerigo Ferrari - Italy

Preventing HIV infection in pregnancy: a comprehensive ANC-based intervention in Western Uganda
Stefanie Theuring - Germany

Predictors of delayed vaccination in infants born in Tuscany, Italy: an area based cohort study
Vieri Lastrucci - Italy

An integrated care pathway for maternal and childcare: evidence from Ethiopia, Tanzania, and Uganda
Ilaria Corazza - Italy

Fri 11th
11:40-12:40
Room O
O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences 6.O. - Workshop: Urban design interventions for fostering mental health and mental health literacy
Chairperson(s): Evangelia Chrysikou - EUPHA (URB)

Risk factors and potentials for fostering mental health and wellbeing in urban space
Helena Müller - Germany

Potentials of participatory approaches for urban mental health
Anna Wasmer - Germany

Design strategies to influence health behaviour and mental wellbeing in the urban setting
Jonas Rehn - Germany

Fri 11th
11:40-12:40
Room P
P. Policy, politics and public health EUPHA-CAPH, EUPHAnxt 6.P. - Skills building seminar: Children and young people: engaging the unheard stakeholder
Chairperson(s): Helen Skirrow - United Kingdom, Jinane Ghattas - EUPHAnxt

Fri 11th
11:40-12:40
Room Q
Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight COST Action CA18218–European Burden of Disease Network 6.Q. - Skills building seminar: Integrating social inequalities in the burden of disease framework
Chairperson(s): Brecht Devleesschauwer - Belgium

Using individual-level stratification as an approach to integrating social inequalities into the burden of disease
Carl Baravelli - Norway

Inequalities in the disease burden in Scotland: an area level analysis
Ian Grant - United Kingdom

Reducing educational inequalities in mortality: a comparative risk assessment approach
Terje Andreas Eikemo - Norway

Fri 11th
15:10-16:10
Room A
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health Centre for Global Chronic Conditions, LSHTM, WHO EURO, Observatory 7.A. - Round table: Sustainable health system responses to meet the chronic health care needs of refugees from Ukraine
Chairperson(s): Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - WHO EURO, Martin McKee - United Kingdom

Adrianna Murphy - United Kingdom

Kayvan Bozorgmehr - Germany

Triin Habicht - Spain

Sergiy Bogdanov - Ukraine

Sigiriya Aebischer Perone - Switzerland

Fri 11th
15:10-16:10
Room B
B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 Bielefeld University (Germany) 7.B. - Workshop: Labor migration, the food supply chain and the COVID-19 syndemic: Germany, Netherlands, and the USA
Chairperson(s): Nora Gottlieb - Germany, Seth M Holmes - United States

Labor migration, the food supply chain and the COVID-19 syndemic: Germany, Netherlands, and the USA
Ingrid Junwirth - Germany

Essential EU mobile workers in the Dutch food supply chain: occupational safety and health policies during and after the Covid-19 pandemic
Tesseltje deLange - Netherlands

Health equity and worker justice: the food supply chain during the COVID-19 pandemic
Linda Forst - United States

Fri 11th
15:10-16:10
Room C
C. European public health / Food and nutrition Observatory 7.C. - Workshop: Towards a true European Health Union: milestones, drivers and barriers
Chairperson(s): Matthias Wismar - European Observatory

Scott Greer - United States

Anniek de Ruijter - Netherlands

Eleanor Brooks - United Kingdom

Thibaud Deruelle - Switzerland

Fri 11th
15:10-16:10
Room D
D. Chronic diseases University of Pavia 7.D. - Workshop: Older adults’ resilience and vulnerability to COVID-19: 2-years results of multicentric LOST project
Chairperson(s): Anna Odone - EUPHA (DH) (IDC), Silvano Gallus - Italy

Assessing determinants of SARS-CoV-2 infection in a large older adult representative sample
Giansanto Mosconi - Italy

Healthcare services access during the COVID-19 pandemic among older people
Paola Bertuccio - Italy

COVID-19 impact on hospitalizations in older adults with chronic conditions: a real-world analysis from Lombardy, Italy
Cristina Bosetti - Italy

Gender and socioeconomic inequalities in changes in a Mediterranean lifestyle among elderly Italians
Marialaura Bonaccio - Italy

It never rains but it pours: COVID-19 pandemic impact on mental health in older adults
Andrea Amerio - Italy

Fri 11th
15:10-16:10
Room E
E. Environment, climate and health 7.E. - Oral presentations: The interface of climate and nutrition
Environmental impact of alternative and population diets in South Europe: a systematic review
Beatrice Biasini - Italy

Improving nutrition through carbon reduction policies: an online randomized experiment
Nicolas Berger - Belgium

Promoting nutrition and food sustainability knowledge in future chefs as a public health strategy
Beatrice Biasini - Italy

The ultra-processed food content of school meals and packed lunches in the United Kingdom (2008-2017)
Jennie Parnham - United Kingdom

Changes in retail food environments around schools over 12 years in Flanders, Belgium
Vincent Smets - Belgium

Fri 11th
15:10-16:10
Room F
F. Digital health and communication 7.F. - Pitch presentations: Applying eHealth solutions
Implementing an eHealth tool to improve referral services for obstetric emergencies in Sierra Leone
Stefanie Theuring - Germany

Attitudes and experiences towards the IMMUNI App among Sapienza university students: a pilot study
Maria Roberta De Blasiis - Italy

The Italian investment in telemedicine: a breakthrough model of care in primary care
Alice Borghini - Italy

Mortality and Adverse Health Outcomes Associated with Telehealth: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Giovanna Failla - Italy

Mobile phone filmmaking in health promotion. Addressing problematic social media use in Swedish youth
Heléne Dahlqvist - Sweden

Application of the patient navigation model with people experiencing homelessness: a scoping review
Alejandro Gil-Salmerón - United Kingdom

mHealth platform improved health worker's compliance to WHO’s IMNCI guideline in Nairobi, Kenya
Elsie Sang - Kenya

Digitalization-induced changes in health and social care work - perceptions of professionals
Anu-Marja Kaihlanen - Finland

Fri 11th
15:10-16:10
Room G
G. Health data, information and assessments 7.G. - Pitch presentations: Health data and assessments
Presenting a Social Value Database and Simulator for Public Health
Andrew Cotter-Roberts - United Kingdom

Validity of self-reported diseases from health surveys: comparisons with registry data in Denmark
Heidi Rosendahl - Denmark

European HPC cloud infrastructure for managing SARS-CoV-2 data in compliance with GDPR
Chiara Dellacasa - Italy

Cost-effectiveness of two psychological treatments for the reduction of alcohol consumption
Sergio Flores - Sweden

Personalised Medicine in shaping sustainable healthcare: a Delphi survey within the IC2PerMed project
Flavia Beccia - Italy

Validation of a national checklist for continuous service improvement in a decentralised framework
Fabrizio Carinci - Italy

The lifetime costs and benefits of subsidizing nicotine replacement therapy in Sweden
Mihretab Gebreslassie - Sweden

Burden of disease assessment for Germany and its regions – results from the BURDEN 2020 study
Michael Porst - Germany

Fri 11th
15:10-16:10
Room H
H. Health determinants and health inequalities JAHEE 7.H. - Workshop: LESSONS LEARNED WORKSHOP FROM JAHEE- the importance of evaluation
Chairperson(s): Raffaella Bucciardini - Italy, Bernadette Kumar - EUPHA (MIG)

1. Short introduction to JAHEE and Actions
Giuseppe Costa - Italy

JAHEE internal evaluation
Apostolos Vantarakis - Greece

JAHEE external evaluation
Mirza Balaj - Norway

Interventions on health equity in the future
Terje Andreas Eikemo - Norway

Fri 11th
15:10-16:10
Room J
J. Health services and welfare systems 7.J. - Pitch presentations: Occupational health and social support
The influence of educational level, working conditions and health in working life expectancy
Suzan Robroek - Netherlands

Labor and social protection gaps impacting health of non-standard workers: An international study
Signild Kvart - Sweden

Disability pensions related to job demands and job control in the population of Swedish workers
Daniel Falkstedt - Sweden

The influence of onset of disease on exit from paid employment among workers in The Netherlands
Roos Hijdra - Netherlands

Workplace social support, mental health and work functioning among young workers
Samira de Groot - Netherlands

Individual differences in sustainable working life: genetic and environmental contributions
Pia Svedberg - Sweden

Sources of perceived social support and emotional difficulties in late adolescence
Viveca Östberg - Sweden

Fri 11th
15:10-16:10
Room K
K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights RIVM (Netherlands), BZgA, National Institute of Public Health, Finnish Institute of Health and Welfare 7.K. - Workshop: The implementation of ”Good or Best Practices”: what can we learn from each other?
Chairperson(s): Djoeke Dale Van - Netherlands, Christin Rossmann - Germany

The way from stakeholders' needs research to the public health policy and practice
Katarzyna Lewtak - Poland

Promoting implementation of “Good and Best Practices” through Health Promotion and Prevention Registries
Christin Rossmann - Germany

Promotion of healthy living environments in communities: a digital planning tool for local public health actors
Annalena Busskamp - Germany

Fri 11th
15:10-16:10
Room L
L. Health workforce, training and practice WHO EURO, TU Berlin 7.L. - Workshop: New roles and innovative skill-mix in nursing across Europe: trends and lessons for implementation
Chairperson(s): Margrieta Langins - Canada, Claudia Maier - Germany

Overview of innovative skill-mix changes in nursing across Europe
Claudia Maier - Germany

Implementation strategies to integrate academically qualified nurses in German innovator hospitals
Julia Köppen - Germany

Panelist
Inge Rinzema - Netherlands

Panelist
Johanna Heikkilä - Finland

Panelist
Sabine Valenta - Switzerland

Fri 11th
15:10-16:10
Room M
M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines PHIRI, Sciensano (Belgium), EUPHA-PHMR 7.M. - Round table: Preparedness&response for emergency situations: joined forces of H2020projects in the PREPAREcluster
Chairperson(s): Svetla Tsolova - Sweden, Petronille Bogaert - EUPHA (PHMR)

Claudia Habl - Austria

Brigita Kairiene - Lithuania

Claudia Houareau - Germany

Jil Molenaar - Belgium

Chaim Rafalowski - Israel

Fri 11th
15:10-16:10
Room N
N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health EUPHA-CAPH 7.N. - Workshop: Mental health promotion is key to making a change for children and adolescents
Chairperson(s): Julia Dratva - EUPHA (CAPH), Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Central concepts in mental health promotion programs for children and adolescents: Evidence and examples from Switzerland
Frank Wieber - Switzerland

Implementing Mental Health Promotion Initiatives—Process Evaluation of the ABCs of Mental Health in Denmark
Lourdes Cantarero Arevalo - Denmark

Challenges in school-to-work transition for marginalized groups - the need to strengthen structures for vulnerable youth (post pandemics) Findings from the German project “Co*Gesund”
Maja Kuchler - Germany

Family factors contribute to mental health conditions – a systematic review
Sarah Marth - Germany

Fri 11th
15:10-16:10
Room O
O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ 7.O. - Oral presentations: Migrant health
Universal screening for postpartum depression? Inequalities and barriers among immigrant mothers
Maria Marti Castaner - Denmark

The protective effect of reserves on mental health: a cohort study among undocumented migrants
Julien Fakhoury - Switzerland

Health empowerment and access to health coverage among immigrants in France: the Makasi intervention
Marwân-al-Qays Bousmah - France

The income-mortality paradox among first- and second-generation immigrants in Sweden
Alexander Miething - Sweden

Health and wellbeing of Nepalese migrant workers in the Gulf countries: a qualitative study
Sharada Wasti - United Kingdom

Fri 11th
15:10-16:10
Room P
P. Policy, politics and public health 7.P. - Pitch presentations: Evidence for health policies
National taxation on sugar-sweetened beverages: a scoping review and time series analysis
Leonardo Villani - Italy

Citizens’ perspective on ‘the right care in the right place’
Laura Damen - Netherlands

COVID-19 restrictions and NUTS-3 deprivation: multilevel approach in Italy during the second wave
Luca Dei Bardi - Italy

The role of public health scientists within the German political discourse on the COVID-19 pandemic
Julia Piel - Germany

Italian survey on the use of a multidisciplinary approach for age assessment of UAM
Alessandra Diodati - Italy

Action recommendations to support people living in precarious conditions during a pandemic
Zeliha Öcek - Germany

Association between institutional affiliations of academic editors and authors in medical journals
Raffaele Palladino - United Kingdom

Embracing Multilevel Factors of Childhood Malnutrition: Evidence from NTB, Indonesia
Dumilah Ayuningtyas - Indonesia

Fri 11th
15:10-16:10
Room Q
Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight PHIRI, EUPHA-PHMR 7.Q. - Workshop: What population health researchers’ need and how PHIRI federated research infrastructure can help.
Chairperson(s): Enrique Bernal-Delgado - Spain, Martin Thißen - Germany

What the PHIRI federated research infrastructure has achieved so far?
Juan Gonzalez-Garcia - Spain

An enhanced version of the PHIRI infrastructure: improving the analytical services
Francisco Estupiñán - Spain

An enhanced version of the PHIRI infrastructure: improving the technological solutions
Pascal Derycke - Belgium

Improving PHIRI performance and scalability: working within EGI-ACE
Gergely Sipos - Netherlands

Fri 11th
16:40-17:40
Room A
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health 8.A. - Pitch presentations: Strengthening health systems
Meeting the governance challenges of integrated health and social care
Josephine Exley - United Kingdom

COVID-19 containment measures impact utilization and provision of healthcare in Europe
Julia Dratva - EUPHA (CAPH)

Evaluation of opt-in HIV testing in the construction workplace using the socioecological framework
Holly Blake - United Kingdom

The Health and Quality of Life Development Plan as a policy advisory tool for municipalities
Rita Sequeira - Portugal

Barriers and Facilitators to Healthcare Service Access among Persons with Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)
Olena Bychkovska - Switzerland

How to involve ‘hard to reach’ population groups in research projects
Lilian van der Ven - Netherlands

Heaven knows I’m miserable now: Free market capitalism, health and well-being in European countries
Pål Erling Martinussen - Norway

Addressing the relational determinants of health
Alison Mc Callum - United Kingdom

Fri 11th
16:40-17:40
Room B
B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 RIVM, GGD GHOR, NIVEL, (Netherlands), ARQ National Psychotrauma Centre 8.B. - Workshop: The Dutch GOR-Covid-19 health monitor: a five-year research program to inform public health policy
Chairperson(s): Michel Dückers - Netherlands, Elske Marra - Netherlands

The integrated GOR-COVID-19 health monitor: protocol for a comprehensive approach
Anouk van Duinkerken - Netherlands

The consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on the health and wellbeing of the youth: a systematic review
Mark Bosmans - Netherlands

The integrated GOR-COVID-19 health monitor: quarterly reporting (“short-cycle monitoring”)
Mare Derks - Netherlands

The integrated GOR-COVID-19 health monitor: annual reporting (“long-cycle monitoring”)
Christos Baliatsas - Netherlands

The integrated GOR-COVID-19 health monitor: research-informed policy-making through dialogue
Noor Jansen - Netherlands

Fri 11th
16:40-17:40
Room C
C. European public health / Food and nutrition Healthacross initiative, Health Agency of Lower Austria 8.C. - Workshop: Networking for life: How European regions develop/strengthen cross-border health
Chairperson(s): Julia Winkler - Austria, Bettina Menne - Denmark

WHO RHN Network
Bettina Menne - Denmark

Healthacross initiative of Lower Austria
Julia Winkler - Austria

euPrevent
Brigitte Van Der Zanden - Netherlands

Association of European Border Regions (AEBR)
Martin Guillermo Ramirez - Germany

European Regional and Local Health Authorities (EUREGHA)
Michele Calabro - Belgium

Fri 11th
16:40-17:40
Room D
D. Chronic diseases 8.D. - Oral presentations: Diabetes and nutrition
Nitrites and nitrates dietary exposure from natural sources and additives and type-2 diabetes risk
Bernard Srour - France

Nitrites and nitrates from additives and natural sources and risk of cardiovascular outcomes
Bernard Srour - France

Circadian nutritional behaviours and risk of type 2 diabetes in NutriNet-Santé
Bernard Srour - France

Cardiometabolic dysregulation and cognitive decline: potential role of depressive symptoms
Norbert Schmitz - Germany

Modelling the impact of salt reduction policies on hypertension in Portugal
Nora Lorenzo i Sunyer - Portugal

Fri 11th
16:40-17:40
Room E
E. Environment, climate and health EUPHA-LAW, -ENV, UK Faculty of Public Health, Groningen Centre for Health Law (Netherlands) 8.E. - Workshop: Climate crisis and public health: public health practitioners are key to successful litigation
Chairperson(s): Amandine Garde - EUPHA (LAW), Vlatka Matkovic - Belgium

David Patterson - Netherlands

Farhang Tahzib - EUPHA (ETH)

Anniek de Ruijter - Netherlands

Scott Burris - United States

Fri 11th
16:40-17:40
Room F
F. Digital health and communication The DigitalUHC consortium 8.F. - Round table: Digital Innovations in Health Financing: Experiences from sub-Saharan Africa
Chairperson(s): Wilm Quentin - Germany, Catherine Kyobuutungi - Kenya

Inke Mathauer - Switzerland

Regis Hitimana - Rwanda

Daniel Opoku - Ghana

Diana Ratsiambakaina - Madagascar

Abdhalan Ziraba - Kenya

Fri 11th
16:40-17:40
Room G
G. Health data, information and assessments TEHDAS JA WP6 8.G. - Workshop: European Health Data Space: Dialogue on TEHDAS JA data quality & semantic interoperability proposals
Chairperson(s): Enrique Bernal-Delgado - Spain, Persephone Doupi - Finland

A Data Quality Framework for the European Health Data Space for secondary use
Enrique Bernal-Delgado - Spain

Review of data quality assessment frameworks experiences around Europe
Nina Sahlertz Kristiansen - Denmark

Review of interoperability standards as data quality supporting elements
Persephone Doupi - Finland

Fri 11th
16:40-17:40
Room H
H. Health determinants and health inequalities Western University, Canada 8.H. - Workshop: Health equity and Chronic diseases: Public health and Primary care roles
Chairperson(s): Saverio Stranges - EUPHA (CHR), Tatjana Makovski - France

How life course socioeconomic conditions shape multimorbidity in old age – a scoping review
Cornelia Wagner - Switzerland

Multimorbidity, low income and unmet need for healthcare: a national study of 41,135 older adults
Shehzad Ali - Canada

Intergenerational education and premature mortality: a registry population-based study
Cristian Carmeli - Switzerland

Do Immigrants Use Less Health Care than Non-immigrants? A Population-based Study among People living with Multimorbidity in Canada
Saverio Stranges - EUPHA (CHR)

Fri 11th
16:40-17:40
Room J
J. Health services and welfare systems Kronikgune Institute for HSR 8.J. - Workshop: Transfer and adoption of digitally enabled integrated care good practices: the JADECARE Joint Action
Chairperson(s): Jon Txarramendieta - Spain

Challenges in transferring GP to heterogeneous contexts: the JADECARE Joint Action
Jon Txarramendieta - Spain

Core Features of the GP to be transferred during JADECARE and transfer challenges
Jon Txarramendieta - Spain

Development of Local interventions within JADECARE – Key learnings from two Next Adopters
Roberta Papa - Italy

Group discussion: Challenges and key elements to be addressed when transferring GP
Jon Txarramendieta - Spain

Fri 11th
16:40-17:40
Room K
K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights EUPHA-HP, University of Education (Germany), IPC of Coimbra, CrAdLiSa 8.K. - Workshop: Pillars of health promotion and the role of Health literacy in the life course approach
Chairperson(s): Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP), João Lima - Portugal

Access to health literacy best practices and the role of health libraries (BiblioSUS Network BVS) in Brazil
Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP)

The influence of nutritional marketing on the preferences, attitudes and consumption of children from 6 to 10 years old
João Lima - Portugal

Consumption of legumes in children from 3 to 6 years – evaluation of an intervention program
Ana Paula Amaral - Portugal

The salutogenesis perspective of Health Literacy
Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP)

Fri 11th
16:40-17:40
Room L
L. Health workforce, training and practice EUPHAnxt, EUPHA-PHPP, EUPHA SDG5 WG 8.L. - Round table: Breaking the barriers: gender equality and women empowerment in public health practice
Chairperson(s): Sofia Ribeiro - EUPHA (PHPP), Jinane Ghattas - EUPHAnxt

Fri 11th
16:40-17:40
Room M
M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines EUPHA-WGHL, -HP, TU Munich, Public Health Austria, Careum Switzerland, Global Health Literacy Academy 8.M. - Round table: Health literacy and vaccine literacy as determinants of vaccine acceptance: a critical discussion
Chairperson(s): Orkan Okan - EUPHA (HP), Kristine Sørensen - Denmark

Orkan Okan - EUPHA (HP)

Kristine Sørensen - Denmark

Robert Griebler - Austria

Saskia De Gani - Switzerland

Torsten Michael Bollweg - Germany

Fri 11th
16:40-17:40
Room N
N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health 8.N. - Pitch presentations: School-environment and health behaviour
The effect of active breaks on cognitive performance and classroom behaviour: the I-move study
Matteo Ricci - Italy

Adolescent Binge Drinking in the West of Ireland: Associated Risk and Protective Factors
Ciara Kelly - Ireland

Video game addiction among Tunisian adolescents in Sousse: A cross-sectional study in high schools
Sihem Ben Fredj - Tunisia

The school environment-related predictors of fights and bullying among School-Age Children in Serbia
Milena Šantrić Milićević - Serbia

Early childcare type and child development at age 3.5 years, data from the French ELFE cohort
Ramchandar Gomajee - France

Implementation of resilience training programmes in children and adolescents: value and barriers
Claudio Pacillo - Italy

Trust and emotional difficulties in adolescence: findings from a Swedish cohort study
Sara Brolin Låftman - Sweden

Indoor metals pollution and metabolic outcomes among Italian children
Stefano Renzetti - Italy

Fri 11th
16:40-17:40
Room O
O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ EUPHA-PMH 8.O. - Workshop: New challenges for suicide prevention in the context of Covid-19
Chairperson(s): Johan Bilsen - EUPHA (PMH), Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Suicide Trends during the COVID-19 pandemic and the International COVID-19 Suicide Prevention Research Collaboration
Ann John - United Kingdom

Suicide prevention in France put to the test by COVID-19
Fabrice Jollant - France

Suicide Patterns in Malta: pathways for prevention
John M Cachia - Malta

Self-stigma in suicide prevention of mental health professionals
Saska Roškar - Slovenia

Fri 11th
16:40-17:40
Room P
P. Policy, politics and public health University College Dublin 8.P. - Skills building seminar: Design thinking: adopting a human-centred approach to tackling complex problems
Chairperson(s): Kate Frazer - Ireland, Thilo Kroll - Ireland

Fri 11th
16:40-17:40
Room Q
Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight WHO 8.Q. - Workshop: WHO’s activities to strengthen the evidence of public health and social measures
Chairperson(s): Ramona Ludolph - Switzerland, Ryoko Takahashi - Switzerland

The WHO initiative to measure the effectiveness and impact of PHSM – key activities in 2022
Ramona Ludolph - Switzerland

Public health and social measures during health emergencies such as the COVID-19 pandemic: an initial logic model to conceptualise and classify measures
Eva Rehfuess - Germany

Implementing public health and social measures: an integral part of the health emergency management cycle
Tanja Schmidt - Denmark

Supporting decision making on public health and social measures in response to COVID-19- The PHSM calibration tool
Dominic Cocciolone - Denmark


Pitch presentations - Saturday 12th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room A
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health 9.A. - Pitch presentations: Strengthening primary and secondary care
Primary care management strategies and COVID-19 related hospitalization: a population-based study
Lucia Palandri - Italy

The health system and health impacts of primary healthcare reform in China: A systematic review
Chang Cai - United Kingdom

A composite index of avoidable hospitalization to assess primary care quality: an Italian experience
Gianfranco Damiani - Italy

The impact of SARS-CoV-2 on emergency health care in a referral acute-care center in northern Italy
Allegra Ferrari - Italy

COVID-19 incidence on Emergency Departments accesses. Health need and fear of infection, what wins?
Roberta Bosco - Italy

Characterizing post-covid conditions in a Turkish cohort: A prospective study
Öykü Turunç - Turkey

Population indicators and the association between mobility restriction and SARS-CoV-2 spread
Mounir Ould Setti - Finland

WICID 2.0: Integrating evidence and ethics in decisionmaking and guideline development on SARS-CoV-2
Jan Stratil - Germany

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room B
B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 9.B. - Pitch presentations: Lessons learned from COVID-19
Leadership in public health crisis: a review to summarize lessons learned from COVID-19 pandemic
Angelica Valz Gris - Italy

Learning from COVID-19: The inclusion of vulnerable groups in COVID-19 responses across Europe
Jil Molenaar - Belgium

What makes health systems resilient? A framework drawing on learnings from the COVID-19 pandemic
Miriam Reiss - Austria

Disparities in COVID-19 intensive care hospitalization and death by country of birth in Sweden
Mikael Rostila - Sweden

Readiness of Community Health Agents for COVID19
Anya Vieira-Meyer - Brazil

COVID-19 and psychological distress in Belgium: individual and group vulnerabilities
Pablo Nicaise - Belgium

The top three causes of prematuremortality in Belgrade 2020
Natasa Rosic - Serbia

Covid-19 Vaccination and the issue of insurance status
Daniel Schröpfer - Switzerland

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room C
C. European public health / Food and nutrition 9.C. - Pitch presentations: Dietary patterns in Europe
Sharp Increase in Eating Disorders among University Students since the COVID-19 Pandemic
Marie-Pierre Tavolacci - France

Real-life effects of nudging and pricing strategies in the supermarket to promote healthy diets
Josine Stuber - Netherlands

Circadian nutritional behaviours and risk of cardiovascular disease in NutriNet-Santé
Alice Bellicha - France

Plant-based dietary pattern and the risk of dementia: a population-based study
Tosca de Crom - Netherlands

The association between food insecurity and diet quality among Finnish private sector workers.
Hanna M Walsh - Finland

The Southern European Atlantic Diet and depression incidence: a multicohort study
Adrián Carballo-Casla - Spain

Roma study hints health and environmental implications of the current state of nutrition in Hungary
Erand Llanaj - Hungary

Ultra-processed food intake is associated with worse mental health in Southern Italian individuals
Giuseppe Grosso - EUPHA (FN)

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room D
D. Chronic diseases 9.D. - Pitch presentations: Risk factors for chronic diseases
Gambling disorder and chronic diseases in Finland: a nationwide register study
Tanja Grönroos - Finland

Smoking cessation at diagnosis and cancer survival: systematic review and meta-analysis
Marco Del Riccio - Italy

Rapid systematic review of smoking cessation interventions for people who smoke and have cancer
Kate Frazer - Ireland

The burden of musculoskeletal disorders in Belgium: a national population-based study
Vanessa Gorasso - EUPHA (ECO)

Healthcare use among cancer survivors during the COVID-19 pandemic
Ana Rute Costa - Portugal

Gender bias in cardiovascular practice guidelines: the example of ischemic heart diseases
Kathleen Bastian - France

Social environment and cardiometabolic health outcomes: systematic review and meta-analysis
Taymara Abreu - Netherlands

Association of birthweight with lung function and respiratory diseases: results from the GEIRD study
Ilaria Tocco Tussardi - Italy

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room E
E. Environment, climate and health 9.E. - Pitch presentations: Health hazards and sustainability
Association between high temperature and heatwaves with heat-related illnesses: a systematic review
Clare Faurie - Australia

Covid-19 pandemic in north-west Italy: the potential role of meteorology, air pollution and pollens
Giulia Squillacioti - Italy

Ethnic and socioeconomic inequalities in relation to air pollution exposure in the Netherlands
Lieke van den Brekel - Netherlands

PLAN HEALTH FAIRE: an innovative and efficient tool to train health actors in sustainable healthcare
Jérémy Guihenneuc - France

Policies out of sync – are healthy ageing agendas fit for the future?
Angelique Mavrodaris - United Kingdom

Identifying cross-sectoral cooperation for urban health
Kaija Matinheikki - Finland

To what degree are health insurance enrollees aware of the restrictive conditions of their policies?
Frank van der Hulst - Netherlands

Let's not forget those who forget! Participatory design in the context of dementia built environment
Evangelia Chrysikou - EUPHA (URB)

Exposure to phthalates, potential endocrine disruptors, in an infant cohort in Modena, Italy.
Camilla Lugli - Italy

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room F
F. Digital health and communication 9.F. - Pitch presentations: Digital solutions and experiences
Perceived quality and willingness to continue using telemedicine services in patients with diabetes
Francesco Sanmarchi - Italy

Specchio-COVID19: a digital cohort study to improve public involvement in epidemiological research .
Helene Baysson - Switzerland

Effect of a mobile app on breastfeeding among cesarean deliveries: A randomized controlled trial
Doan Duong - Vietnam

Content related with preschool children's health on Facebook: a study of parental informational needs
Indre Liepinaite - Lithuania

Youth health promotion in countries affected by forced migration: The role of mHealth technologies
Ozge Karadag - United States

Real-time classification of causes death using Artificial Intelligence – sensitivity analysis
Patrícia Pita Ferreira - Portugal

Using real-world data (RWD) for policy making in Europe: status quo and unmet stakeholder needs
Timo Clemens - Netherlands

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room G
G. Health data, information and assessments EUPHA-HIA, -PHPP, -ECO, -LAW 9.G. - Workshop: Health in all Policies: key driver for better health still awaiting of greater governing stewardship
Chairperson(s): Piedad Martin-Olmedo - EUPHA (HIA), Monica O'Mullane - Ireland

Health in All policies: what do we mean and where are we now?
Liz Green - United Kingdom

Alternative routes to HiAP implementation
Marleen Bekker - EUPHA (PHPP)

Economics and health economics as a major determinant towards HiAP
João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO)

(panellist-vision from Law and Public health section within EUPHA)
Nikhil Gokani - EUPHA (LAW)

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room H
H. Health determinants and health inequalities Research Unit FOR2723 9.H. - Workshop: Understanding the institutional context of health inequalities. A life stage approach
Chairperson(s): Irene Moor - Germany, Dennis Jepsen - Germany

Socioeconomic position and self-rated health among adolescents: the mediating role of the family
Petra Rattay - Germany

Do family characteristics explain a social gradient in overweight in early childhood?
Stephanie Hoffmann - Germany

A sport focus of ECEC centres appears especially health-promoting for boys from lower socio-economic background
Alena Mayer - Germany

The impact of the school-to-work transition on self-rated health & subjective well-being in Germany
Marvin Reuter - Germany

The role of regional health policy for socioeconomic inequality in health services utilization
Wiebke Schüttig - Germany

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room J
J. Health services and welfare systems Babes-Bolyai University (Romania) 9.J. - Workshop: Reflections and results of capacity building in the public health domain in Tunisia
Chairperson(s): Ovidiu Oltean - Romania, Ali Ayadi - Tunisia

Capacity building for evidence-informed policymaking in Tunisia. What did we learn from evaluating the CONFIDE project?
Maria Palianopoulou - Denmark

Towards achieving sustainability of the Centers for Evidence into health policy in Tunisia
Ali Ayadi - Tunisia

Policy game: exploring and challenging barriers in public health policymaking in Tunisia
Ovidiu Oltean - Romania

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room K
K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights 9.K. - Oral presentations: Health promotion tools
A gamification-based intervention to encourage active travel
Marc Harris - United Kingdom

Quality changes of workplace health promotion in Austrian companies over time
Gert Lang - Austria

Assisted Reproductive Technology: Gaps in young adults’ perceptions and information from clinics
José Miguel Carrasco - Spain

Leo&Giulia: a cartoon series to promote health and prevention in primary school-aged children
Anna Odone - EUPHA (DH) (IDC)

Are French local health contracts promising in addressing determinants of diet and physical activity?
Yann Le Bodo - France

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room L
L. Health workforce, training and practice TU Berlin 9.L. - Workshop: A motivated, healthy and high-performing workforce: Innovation in health workforce research in Europe
Chairperson(s): Reinhard Busse - Germany

Walter Sermeus - Belgium

Ronald Batenburg - EUPHA (HWR)

Lode Godderis - Belgium

Rudolf Kubik - Czechia

Claudia Maier - Germany

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room M
M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines 9.M. - Pitch presentations: Antimicrobial resistance and infection control
Role of surfaces and sinks in the control of multiresistant bacteria in Intensive Care Unit
Elvira Marin Caba - Spain

Prevalence of unnecessary antibiotic use in European hospitals – a systematic review
Lea Tyllack - Germany

Impact of sepses caused by three Multi-Drug Resistant bacteria in a tertiary hospital in 2018-2020
Jacopo Garlasco - Italy

Trends in mortality associated with surgical site infections: a cohort study in Italy, 2009-2019.
Giovanni Paladini - Italy

Aetiology of influenza-like illnesses in the pre-COVID-19 season 2019-2020: role of coronaviruses.
Irene Amoruso - Italy

Flu vaccination coverage in healthcare workers during a 3-year period in the context of the pandemic
Giuditta Scardina - Italy

Information technology systems to support antimicrobial stewardship programs
Veronica Gallinoro - Italy

A systematic review of randomized clinical trials on quadrivalent influenza vaccines for adults
Andrea Pellacchia - Italy

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room N
N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health EUPHA-CAPH 9.N. - Workshop: ‘It Takes Two To Improve European Child Health (Care)’
Chairperson(s): Danielle Jansen - EUPHA (CAPH), Silja Kosola - Finland

The vision of Dutch paediatric care until the year 2030: prevention and collaboration as key ingredients
Danielle Jansen - EUPHA (CAPH)

Toward a digital child health booklet
Julia Dratva - EUPHA (CAPH)

A Finnish vision of a pathway from health promotion and prevention to paediatrics
Silja Kosola - Finland

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room O
O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ 9.O. - Pitch presentations: Access to health services by migrants
Ethnic differences in COVID-19 deaths across various waves of Coronavirus pandemic in Netherlands.
Felix Chilunga - Netherlands

Unseen abilities – how refugee women with disabilities experience social participation
Sarah Scheer - Germany

Which effects had the pandemic in migrants’ health and well-being? A mixed-methods approach
Ana Gama - Portugal

Resilience in Syrian refugee youth
Cecilie Dangmann - Norway

Elevated stress during pregnancy in women of Turkish origin: Results from a prospective cohort study
Laura Scholaske - Germany

Stressful life events as predictors of refugee adolescents’ subjective mental health need
Alexandra Fretian - Germany

Training peer researchers for CBPR on racism in health care in Germany
Tanja Gangarova - Germany

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room P
P. Policy, politics and public health 9.P. - Pitch presentations: Mental health policies
Reform of the mental health care system in the Republic of Croatia
Danijela Stimac Grbic - HDJZ

Self-cutting in bullying victimized adolescents is mediated by depression and dissociation
Manisha Hamal - Finland

Evaluating Mood and Anxiety Disorders in Canada Through a Gender-Based Analysis Plus (GBA+) Lens
Shant Torkom Yeretzian - Armenia

Mental health problems, low economic capability, and social marginalization among 28,047 adults
Siri Havas Haugland - Norway

Low-quality employment trajectories and mental health disorders among Swedish and migrant workers
Roxana Pollack - United Kingdom

The within-person relationship of school climate and mental wellbeing in adolescence
Helga Urke - Norway

Femicides in Turkey: Analysis of the last two decades’ cases
Paksoy Erbaydar - Turkey

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Room Q
Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight COST Action CA18218–European Burden of Disease Network 9.Q. - Skills building seminar: Redistribution of ill-defined deaths: a methodological conundrum
Chairperson(s): Brecht Devleesschauwer - Belgium

Redistribution down under—dealing with ill-defined deaths in the Australian Burden of Disease Study
Melanie Dunford - Australia

Redistribution of ill-defined deaths: the Scottish Burden of Disease approach
Eilidh Fletcher - United Kingdom

Redistributing ill-defined deaths in the German Burden of Disease study BURDEN 2020
Annelene Wengler - Germany

Years of life lost for 137 causes of death in Belgium by age, sex, and region, 2004-2018
Aline Scohy - Belgium

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room A
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health Observatory 10.A. - Workshop: Integrated primary care: reform experiences from Estonia, Poland, and Slovenia
Chairperson(s): Ewout Van Ginneken - Germany, Katherine Polin - Germany

Trends in health reforms in the Health System and Policies Monitor network: increasing interaction of primary health care and care coordination
Katherine Polin - Germany

Primary health care reforms in Estonia: using financial incentives to encourage multidisciplinary care
Kaija Kasekamp - Estonia

Primary health care reforms in Poland: ambitions versus reality
Iwona Kowalska-Bobko - Poland

Primary health care reforms in Slovenia: leveraging existing structures to expand care
Pia Vracko - Slovenia

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room B
B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 University of Augsburg (Germany) 10.B. - Round table: Shelter in place: lessons from policy making during the COVID-19 pandemic in three countries
Chairperson(s): Verina Wild - Germany, Angus Dawson - Australia

Report from public health decision-maker interviews
Keren Landsman - Germany

Report from NGO interviews on impact on vulnerable communities
Sylvia Agbih - Germany

Report from school interviews
Quintus Sleumer - Germany

Report on selected key ethical issues arising from analysis
Verina Wild - Germany

Building for the future: some thoughts on a comprehensive ethics assessment
Angus Dawson - Australia

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room C
C. European public health / Food and nutrition EUPHA-LAW, -FN, University of Essex, University of Liverpool Law & NCD Unit, EPHA 10.C. - Workshop: EU nutrition policies: from rhetoric to practice
Chairperson(s): Giuseppe Grosso - EUPHA (FN)

Food labelling
Nikhil Gokani - EUPHA (LAW)

Food marketing
Amandine Garde - EUPHA (LAW)

Discussant
Nikolai Pushkarev - Belgium

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room D
D. Chronic diseases EUPHA-INJ, -EPI, -PHMR, -ECO 10.D. - Workshop: Injury Severity Classification and burden of disability measurement
Chairperson(s): Maria Papadakaki - EUPHA (INJ), João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO)

Severity in a Norwegian hospitalized injury material (N=177,663) by two severity measures: threat-to-life and threat of disability
Johan Lund - Norway

Methodological considerations when assessing the Burden of Disease due to injuries
Robby De Pauw - Belgium

Quantification the cost of injuries
Juanita Haagsma - Netherlands

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room E
E. Environment, climate and health ASPHER, Ecorys, EUPHA -ENV 10.E. - Round table: Climate emergency, health and equity education: policy and practice recommendations for Europe
Chairperson(s): Rana Orhan - ASPHER, Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Tara Chen - Belgium

Dorota Sienkiewicz - Belgium

Daniek Korver - Netherlands

Laurent Chambaud - France

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room F
F. Digital health and communication 10.F. - Pitch presentations: Communicating public health messages
Storytelling to communicate public health messages during the COVID-19 pandemic; A systematic review
Priyamvada Paudyal - United Kingdom

Effectiveness of a health literacy intervention targeting kidney patients and professionals
Marco Boonstra - Netherlands

The risk and safety profile of electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS): An umbrella review
Taghrid Asfar - United States

Evaluation of an Italian educational programme on changing students’ hygiene behaviors
Lucia Bricchi - Italy

Improving the quality of translation for patients with language barriers
Rebecca Newell - United Kingdom

Health literacy, consciousness, and locus of control in relation to vaccine hesitancy and refusal
Alexandros Heraclides - Cyprus

Designing a bilingual health prevention website : challenges of using a participatory approach
Johann Cailhol - France

A novel stream of collaborative National portals to enhance preparedness and informed choices
Fabrizio Carinci - Italy

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room G
G. Health data, information and assessments 10.G. - Oral presentations: Health information and infodemic management
Semi-Automatic Knowledge Extraction from COVID-19 Scientific Literature: the COKE Project
Davide Golinelli - Italy

Infodemic management for public health practitioners: landscape analysis and practical tools
Atsuyoshi Ishizumi - Switzerland

Delivering actionable infodemic insights and recommendations for the COVID-19 pandemic response
Tina Purnat - Switzerland

PHIRI Rapid Exchange Forum (REF): A key tool for cross-country exchange in times of crisis
Claudia Habl - Austria

Effect of a client-accessible record on autonomy of parents and adolescents in Dutch care for youth
Janine Benjamins - Netherlands

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room H
H. Health determinants and health inequalities EUPHA-HTA, -LAW, EAHL 10.H. - Round table: Access, equity and the relevance of the Pandemic Treaty: lessons from the COVID-19 response
Chairperson(s): Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA, Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA)

Dimitra Lingri - Greece

Rosa Castro - Belgium

Ellen t'Hoen - Netherlands

Tom Buis - Netherlands

Aurelie Mahalatchimy - France

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room J
J. Health services and welfare systems 10.J. - Pitch presentations: Health services research across the world
Diabetic ketoacidosis among patients admitted to a general hospital in Ethiopia: a spatial analysis
Roberto Benoni - Italy

health service utilization among older population in a terai region of nepal
Baburam Subedi - Nepal

Health facilities readiness to provide primary cardiometabolic healthcare in Burkina Faso, 2012-2018
Kadari Cissé - Burkina Faso

Socio-demographic determinants of infectious disease knowledge in Armenia
Zhanna Sargsyan - Armenia

Premature depletion of ovarian function and Late-life chronic diseases in India
Sampurna Kundu - India

Mortality among internal and international migrants in the 100 Million Brazilian Cohort
Julia Pescarini - United Kingdom

Inequalities in adverse birth outcomes and survival in early childhood: birth cohort in South Korea
Minjin Jo - Korea, South

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room K
K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights EUPHA-WGHL, COVID-Health Literacy Network, Fulda University of Applied Sciences, TU Munich 10.K. - Workshop: School health during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Perspectives from the COVID-HL school principal study.
Chairperson(s): Kevin Dadaczynski - Germany, Orkan Okan - EUPHA (HP)

The COVID-19 pandemic as an disruptive event in school health promotion. Survey results from Germany
Kevin Dadaczynski - Germany

Beliefs about vaccines and information about coronavirus, COVID-19 and the pandemic. Findings from Italy
Chiara Lorini - Italy

Life-work balance of school-principals during the COVID-19 pandemic in Poland
Karina Leksy - Poland

School health promotion during the COVID-19 pandemic: Associations with school leaders’ health literacy
Simona Betschart - Switzerland

The COVID-19 HL School Principal Survey (Wales) linked to routinely collected anonymised health data
Emily Marchant - United Kingdom

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room J
L. Health workforce, training and practice Careum Center for Health Literacy (Switzerland), GÖG (Austria) University of Bielefeld (Germany) 10.L. - Round table: Health literacy in health professionals – conceptualising and piloting a new measuring instrument
Chairperson(s): Doris Schaeffer - Germany, Saskia De Gani - Switzerland

Robert Griebler - Austria

Lennert Griese - Germany

Alexander Haarmann - Germany

Rebecca Jaks - Switzerland

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room M
M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines 10.M. - Pitch presentations: COVID-19 vaccination strategies
COVID-19 vaccination hesitancy in Kazakhstan
Gaukhar Mergenova - Kazakhstan

Development of a strategy to control COVID-19 in hard-to-reach migrant communities
Annalisa Rosso - Italy

Impact of COVID-19 vaccination on risk perception: a cross- sectional study on vaccinated people
Valentina De Nicolò - Italy

How to deal with COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in pregnant and breastfeeding women? A meta-analysis
Francesco Paolo Bianchi - Italy

Impact of booster vaccination on COVID-19 outcomes in Portuguese population aged 80 or more years old
Irina Kislaya - Portugal

A dynamic transmission model to calculate vaccination coverage needed to control COVID-19 in Germany
Maria Waize - Germany

Trust in Institutions, Science Skepticism, and COVID-19 Vaccination Willingness
Kit Man - United States

Case-case study on comparative vaccine effectiveness against Delta and Omicron SARS-CoV-2 infections
Irina Kislaya - Portugal

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room N
N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health 10.N. - Pitch presentations: Family planning and early childhood
Effect of continuum of maternity care on postpartum family planning among young women in India
Monirujjaman Biswas - India

Smoking during pregnancy and children’s emotional and behavioural trajectories
Mathilde Fekom - France

Evaluation of the factors affecting family planning attitudes of postpartum women in Izmir Turkey
Zeynep Sedef Varol - Turkey

The impact of conscientious objection on voluntary abortion in Italy in the last two decades
Emanuele Koumantakis - Italy

Factors influencing the first thousand days of life
Elena Capitani - Italy

Future in Pediatrics: prevention in maternal child chronic diseases in the first 1000 days
Barbara Hugonin-Rao - Italy

A stigma-reduction intervention targeting abortion and contraceptive use among adolescents in Kenya
Marlene Makenzius - Sweden

Household deprivation, comorbidities and COVID-19 hospitalization in 690,115 children/adolescents
Nico Dragano - Germany

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room O
O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ EUPHA-SGMH, -CAPH 10.O. - Workshop: Developmental and School-Based Factors Shaping Sexual and Gender Minority Youth Mental Health
Chairperson(s): Arjan van der Star - EUPHA (SGMH), Richard Ma - United Kingdom

Sexual orientation and mental health disparities in US pre-teens: A longitudinal mediation study
Arjan van der Star - EUPHA (SGMH)

Suicide attempts in LGBTQ+ youth in Switzerland: Qualitative insights in school-based risk factors
Niolyne Jasmin Bomolo - Switzerland

Sexual attraction-based disparities in adolescent mental health: The role of school norms
Wouter Kiekens - Netherlands

Envisioning supportive and safe learning environments: A dialogical study with LGBTQ+ adolescents living with chronic conditions or diagnoses
Lourdes Cantarero Arevalo - Denmark

Structural and school factors, affirmation and well-being among gender minority youth across Europe
Sandra Sevic - Croatia

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room P
P. Policy, politics and public health SESPAS, EUPHA-PHPP, ASPHER 10.P. - Round table: Public health of the future: innovations in surveillance, communication and knowledge translation
Chairperson(s): Enrique Bernal-Delgado - Spain, Gabriela Barbaglia - Spain

Robert Otok - ASPHER

Sofia Ribeiro - EUPHA (PHPP)

Manuel Franco - Spain

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Room Q
Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight FIOH 10.Q. - Workshop: Imbalance in use and impact of public psychotherapy–A Finnish working-age population register study
Chairperson(s): Ari Väänänen - Finland, Sanna Selinheimo - Finland

Psychotherapy and change in mental health-related work disability - A prospective population level register-based study in Finland
Johanna Kausto - Finland

Psychotherapy – A Sound Investments In (Mental) Health Capital?
Jarno Turunen - Finland

Socioeconomic factors affecting psychotherapy use rates
Sanna Selinheimo - Finland

Occupational class, gender, mental distress and use of psychotherapy
Sanna Selinheimo - Finland

Distinctive mental health profiles in the working population: A nation-wide study from Finland
Ari Väänänen - Finland

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room A
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health Montpellier University Hospital (France) 11.A. - Workshop: Leveraging meso-level data to advance population health in Europe: further directions
Chairperson(s): Gregoire Mercier - France

Meso-level ambulatory care and ambulatory care sensitive hospitalizations in Germany
Wiebke Schüttig - Germany

Geographic variation in COVID-19 hospital admissions in France: a population-based study
Gregoire Mercier - France

Characterizing population-based health care needs at the departement level in France
Ulysse Rodts - France

Data-driven policy making: a key step for the healthcare system
Angele Malatre - France

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room B
B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 ASPHER 11.B. - Round table: From Science to Policy Making: Lessons learned from ASPHER’s COVID-19 Task Force
Chairperson(s): Nadav Davidovitch - Israel, Ines Siepmann - Belgium

Alison Mc Callum - United Kingdom

John Reid - United Kingdom

Rok Hrzic - Netherlands

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room C
C. European public health / Food and nutrition 11.C. - Pitch presentations: Food, nutrition and children
Preschool children’s temperament and its associations with energy intake
Riikka Pajulahti - Finland

Awareness, compliance and effectiveness of school nutrition guidelines in Canadian schools
Katerina Maximova - Canada

Trans fatty acid intake and risk of type 2 diabetes in the NutriNet-Santé prospective cohort
Gaëlle Wendeu-Foyet - France

The path to evidence-based guidelines for food insecurity during pregnancy
Fiona McKay - Australia

The bidirectional relationship between growth and appetite regulation in the first year of life
Christiana Demetriou - Cyprus

Children’s and family’s determinants of cognitive performance among children: The I-MOVE Study
Francesco Esposito - Italy

Anemia in children aged 6 to 59 months attending a quaternary health facility in Maputo, Mozambique
Reka Maulide Cane - Portugal

Understanding eating-related health outcomes: connections between anxiety and eating behavior
Felix Hussenoeder - Germany

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room D
D. Chronic diseases Tuebingen University (Germany) 11.D. - Workshop: Depression comorbidity in prediabetes and diabetes: evaluating risk factors and outcomes
Chairperson(s): Norbert Schmitz - Germany

Childhood trauma, depression, and the risk of incident prediabetes in young adults: findings from the Lifelines Cohort Study
Sonya Deschenes - Ireland

Systemic inflammation and the risk of depression in people with type 2 diabetes
Norbert Schmitz - Germany

Depression, diabetes and change in cognitive functioning: results from the Canadian Longitudinal study on Aging
Mahdieh Shojaa - Germany

Time at home during the COVID-19 pandemic: a prospective examination of psychosocial health in people with and without type 2 diabetes using digital phenotyping
Amy McInerney - Ireland

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room E
E. Environment, climate and health EUPHA-URB, -PMH, -ENV 11.E. - Workshop: Urban Green Spaces, Built Environment and Urban
Chairperson(s): Stefano Capolongo - EUPHA (URB), Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Bridging Epidemiological Data with Features of the Urban Context: An experience of Urban Public Health within the City of Milan, Italy.
Andrea Rebecchi - Italy

Urban places and Mental Health challenges (lessons learned from Covid-19 crisis).
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Green space availability and mental health – results from a cross-sectional study in Northwestern Germany.
Felix Sisenop - Germany

How breaks in nature can affect the users’ wellbeing: an experience based survey during the lockdown.
Marco Gola - Italy

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room F
F. Digital health and communication University of Graz, EUPHA (WGHL) 11.F. - Workshop: Can digital health literacy act as a protective factor for students in times of crisis?
Chairperson(s): Barbara Gasteiger-Klicpera - Austria, Michaela Wright - Austria

Digital health literacy and well-being of university students in Austria during the pandemic
Franziska Reitegger - Austria

The relationship between well-being and digital health literacy in university students from Romania
Marius-Ionut Ungureanu - Romania

Digital health literacy and well-being of students at Sofia University – Bulgaria
Ioannis Patias - Bulgaria

Digital health literacy and well-being of health sciences students from MU-Sofia during the pandemic
Nikoleta Leventi - Bulgaria

Digital health literacy and well-being in university students in Germany
Kevin Dadaczynski - Germany

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room G
G. Health data, information and assessments EUPHA-PHMR, -HSR, -ECO, Sciensano (Belgium), PHIRI 11.G. - Round table: Resilient health systems: harnessing health information to improve population health.
Chairperson(s): Petronille Bogaert - EUPHA (PHMR), Johan Hansen - EUPHA (HSR)

Ebba Barany - Luxembourg

Cianrán Nicholl - Italy

Kenneth Grech - Malta

Miriam Saso - Belgium

Anna Sagan - United Kingdom

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room H
H. Health determinants and health inequalities EUPHA (HTA), EMA, WHO 11.H. - Round table: Timely access to quality-assured medicines worldwide
Chairperson(s): Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA), Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA

Victoria Palmi - Netherlands

Mariana Roldão Santos - Switzerland

Richard Pilsudski - France

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room J
J. Health services and welfare systems Bielefeld University 11.J. - Workshop: Enabling participation of vulnerable groups in primary health and long-term care
Chairperson(s): Kerstin Haemel - Germany, Anja Dieterich - Germany

Relevance and limits of patient surveys within humanitarian primary health care in Germany
Anja Dieterich - Germany

Primary mental health care in India for older people: stigmatization and community-orientation
Tom Kafczyk - Germany

Participation in vulnerable old age? Barriers and opportunities in nursing homes in Germany
Susanne Kuempers - Germany

Participation and chronic illness: Nurses’ perceptions in primary care in Brazil, Germany, and Spain
Marcus Heumann - Germany

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room K
K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights 11.K. - Pitch presentations: Barriers and enablers in health promotion behaviours
Health literacy time trends in Germany
Eva-Maria Berens - Germany

Health literacy among migrants in Germany – results of the quantitative cross-sectional HLS-MIG study
Eva-Maria Berens - Germany

Motivational health coaching to increase physical activity of people with serious mental illness
Matteo Sattler - Austria

Language barriers for primary care access in Europe: a systematic review
Priyamvada Paudyal - United Kingdom

Exploring the involvement of representatives of migrant groups in health research
Elin Lampa - Sweden

Public knowledge of chronic kidney disease in Portugal: a quantitative approach
Ana Rita Pedro - Portugal

Evaluation of pediatric dentists' approaches to oral health literacy
Nevra Karamüftüoğlu - Cyprus

An update on national recommendations for the use of the adjuvanted recombinant zoster vaccine
Romy Weller - Germany

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room L
L. Health workforce, training and practice 11.L. - Pitch presentations: Providing services to diverse populations
Utilization of secondary preventive medications after ischemic stroke in immigrants to Denmark
George Mkoma - Denmark

Use of stroke care processes among immigrants to Denmark
George Mkoma - Denmark

Migrants and frequents users of the emergency department: Who are they and why do they consult?
Carmen Cariello - Switzerland

Ethnicity and paediatric healthcare utilisation: Improving the quality of quantitative research
Claire Zhang - United Kingdom

Racially discriminatory experiences among older chronically ill people of Turkish origin in Germany
Hürrem Tezcan-Güntekin - Germany

Diversity competence: what should be prioritised in an online course? An adapted delphi study.
Janne Sorensen - Denmark

Foreign-born people and covid-19 in Sweden - the effect of co-morbidity
Sharareh Akhavavn - Sweden

Health Service Experiences of Transgender Individuals from Foreign Backgrounds in Finland
Mercédesz Czimbalmos - Finland

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room M
M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines EURO HEALTH GROUP (Denmark), School of Public Health & Health Management (Serbia) 11.M. - Workshop: Vaccination hesitancy in the Western Balkans and inclusive governance
Chairperson(s): Michele Gross - Denmark, Ulrich Laaser - Germany

Global decline in vaccine coverage; COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy
Ulrich Laaser - Germany

COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in five Western Balkan countries
Sanja Matovic Miljanovic - Serbia

Does it matter who addresses whom in vaccination promotion campaign?
Smiljana Cvjetkovic - Serbia

Inclusive governance: Enhance health literacy to reduce vaccine hesitancy
Vesna Bjegovic-Mikanovic - Serbia

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room N
N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health University of Pisa, Federal Centre for Health Education - WHO Collaborating Centre for Sexual and Reproductive Health; EUPHA-IDC 11.N. - Workshop: School-based sexual health education: from evidence to implementation and evaluation
Chairperson(s): Lara Tavoschi - Italy, Johanna Marquardt - Germany

School-based sexuality Education in Europe and Central Asia
Johanna Marquardt - Germany

Co-creation of a school-based sexual health education intervention in Italy
Alice Chinelli - Italy

Implementing a school-based comprehensive sexual health education intervention in Italy: experiences from the field
Domenico Martinelli - Italy

How to evaluate a sexual health education intervention: experience from an Italian pilot project
Marco Ubbiali - Italy

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room O
O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ 11.O. - Pitch presentations: Effects of COVID-19 on mental health
Anxiety and depression symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic in European countries and Australia
Katalin Gemes - Sweden

Inequalities in psychological distress before and during the COVID-19 pandemic among UK adults
Kishan Patel - United Kingdom

The effect of financial support on depression among young adults during the COVID-19 pandemic
Pierre-julien Coulaud - Canada

The effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on the stress and depression levels of new mothers
Cristina Florea - Austria

Reactive surveillance of suicides during the COVID-19 epidemic in France, 2020- March 2022
Anne Fouillet - France

Self-reported anxiety and depression among COVID-19 patients: A prospective cohort study from Turkey
Öykü Turunç - Turkey

Longitudinal rate of change in depression symptoms from pre- to post-COVID-19 onset among US mothers
Julie Kapp - United States

Establishing Covid-19 Research in UK Care Homes – Infrastructure Challenges for Trial Design.
Paul Leighton - United Kingdom

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room P
P. Policy, politics and public health Tilburg University, Amsterdam UMC, University of Amsterdam 11.P. - Workshop: Tobacco control policy strategies to contribute to the EU’s tobacco-free generation goal
Chairperson(s): Andrea Rozema - Netherlands, Mirte Kuipers - Netherlands

Diffusion of smoke-free policies at outdoor sports clubs in the Netherlands
Rixt Smit - Netherlands

Policies to reduce availability of tobacco products in the retail environment
Tessa van Deelen - Netherlands

Impact of smoke-free policies in hospitality venues and the home environment on smoking behaviour and exposure to second-hand smoke: results of two systematic reviews
Heike Garritsen - Netherlands

Implementing a smoking cessation training for lower socioeconomic groups into local policy in Amsterdam, the Netherlands: Identifying preconditions and barriers among multiple stakeholder groups
Judith Visser - Netherlands

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Room Q
Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight 11.Q. - Pitch presentations: Monitoring the burden of disease
The global burden of neglected zoonotic diseases: current state of evidence
Carlotta di Bari - Belgium

The changing landscape of food deserts and swamps in Flanders, Belgium
Vincent Smets - Belgium

Complications and comorbidities in a group of deaths of patients tested positive for SARS-CoV-2
Francesco Grippo - Italy

The prevention indicator system of the German Federal States – a tool to monitor prevention policies
Jonas D. Finger - Germany

The pandemic impact on the Italian elderly: changing in health profile and access to services.
Benedetta Contoli - Italy

Monitoring the burden of disease in Scotland and the contribution of risk factors.
Ian Grant - United Kingdom

Evaluation of the quality of cause of death statistics of the last decades in the European Union.
Lluís Cirera - Spain

Undetected hypertension in primary care – a public health iceberg?
Lauren Young - United Kingdom