Wednesday 10th Nov

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

What is strategic litigation?
Marlies Hesselman - Netherlands

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Nutritional psychiatry: implications for public health
Felice Jacka - Australia

Dietary factors affecting cognitive and sleep disorders
Justyna Godos - Italy

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Survey on Living, working and COVID19
Barbara Gerstenberger - Ireland

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Anna Sagan - United Kingdom

Dorit Nitzan - Denmark

Dimitra Panteli - Belgium

Tomas Zapata - Denmark

Scott Greer - United States

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sarah Rozenblum - United States

Holly Jarman - United States

Nick Fahy - United Kingdom

Anniek de Ruijter - Netherlands

Eleanor Brooks - United Kingdom

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

John Coggon - United Kingdom

Kai Michelsen - Germany

Peter Schröder-Bäck - EUPHA (ETH)

Sadie Regmi - United Kingdom

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Thursday 11th Nov

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Charley E. Willison - United States

Elize Fonseca - Brazil

Kanayo Ogujiuba - South Africa

Kristine Sørensen - Denmark

Marc Suhrcke - United Kingdom

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Heather L. Rogers - Spain

Lenka Poliaková - Czechia

Judith de Jong - Netherlands

Sabrina Montante - Belgium

Gaetan Lafortune - France

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Planetary Health Teaching in Irish Medical Schools
Ola Nordrum - Ireland

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Debbi Stanistreet - Ireland

Peter Blankestijn - Netherlands

Heather Baid - United Kingdom

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

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

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

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

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

Flavia Riccardo - Italy

Ute Rexroth - Germany

Tanya Melillo - Malta

Mario Fafangel - Slovenia

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Climate Change influence in fungi
Carla Viegas - Portugal

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Governing the COVID-19 response
Anna Sagan - United Kingdom

Financing the COVID-19 response
Jonathan Cylus - United Kingdom

Mobilizing human resources
Gemma Williams - United Kingdom

Delivering public health interventions
Dimitra Panteli - Belgium

Delivering health and social services
Erin Webb - Germany

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

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

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

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

Gender issues and revival of inequalities
Ada Hocevar Grom - Slovenia

Intergenerational inequalities in COVID-19
Mojca Gabrijelčič Blenkus - Slovenia

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Heather Krasna - United States

Nataša Vrapčević - Serbia

Rana Orhan - Belgium

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

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

Ioana-Maria Gligor - European Commission

Licinio Kustra Mano - European Commission

Konstantin Hypponen - European Commission

Ander Elustondo Jauregui - European Commission

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA

Thomas Dorner - Austria

Marie Guichardon - EUPHA

Monica Brînzac - EUPHAnxt

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Experiences from one year Rapid Exchange Forum
Claudia Habl - Austria

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Engaging communities through community mapping
Tanja Gangarova - Germany

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

Nuria Molina - Belgium

Antoine Schwoerer - France

Anniek de Ruijter - Netherlands

Agnes Molnar - Luxembourg

Maarten Vergauwen - Belgium

Wolfgang Philipp - DG SANTE, EC

Magda Chlebus - Belgium

Paul Zubeil - Germany

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

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

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

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

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

The PHIRI Rapid Exchange Forum
Claudia Habl - Austria

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Did You Ever Imagine Yourself?
Hanna Kaade - Germany

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Evgenia Thanou - Greece

Nikos Gionakis - Greece

Lilian Markaki - Greece

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

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

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

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

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

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

Carlien Scheele - Lithuania

Alia El Yassir - Turkey

Victoria Vivilaki - Netherlands

Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA

Pille Tsopp-Pagan - Estonia

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Introduction and purpose
Heidi Lyshol - Norway

What is a covid dashboard?
Neil Riley - United Kingdom

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Panelist
Kristine Sørensen - Denmark

Panelist
Miguel Arriaga - Portugal

Panelist
Maria Lopatina - Russia

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Country experiences with data linkage initiatives
Sara Allin - Canada

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Laurent Chambaud - France

Nadav Davidovitch - Israel

Ramune Kalediene - Lithuania

Henrique Barros - Portugal

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

Sonia Saxena - EUPHA (CAPH)

Rakhee Shah - United Kingdom

Gabrielle Mathews - United Kingdom

Bea Albermann - Switzerland

Jinane Ghattas - EUPHAnxt

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Friday 12th Nov

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

Ilona Kickbusch - Switzerland

Andrew Wyckoff - France

Andrzej Rys - European Commission

Anna Odone - EUPHA (DH) (IDC)

Ioana-Maria Gligor - European Commission

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Martin McKee - United Kingdom

Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA)

Julian Mamo - EUPHA (CHR)

Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR)

Els Maeckelberghe - EUPHA (ETH)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Tina Purnat - Switzerland

Neville Calleja - Malta

Anna-Leena Lohiniva - Finland

Kaisa Immonen - Belgium

Orkan Okan - EUPHA (HP)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Ghana: health system review 2021
Daniel Opoku - Ghana

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Mary Codd - Ireland

Alena Petráková - Czechia

Carlo Signorelli - Italy

Alberto Fernández Ajuria - Spain

Theis Lange - Denmark

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Els Maeckelberghe - EUPHA (ETH)

Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Amandine Garde - EUPHA (LAW)

Sarah Humboldt-Dachroeden - Denmark

Filipe Silva - United Kingdom

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

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

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

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

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

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

Stefan Buttigieg - EUPHA (DH)

Eduardo Freire Rodrigues - Portugal

Marie-Annick Le Pogam - Switzerland

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

COVID-19 Public Health Guidance Database
Natasha Broderick - Ireland

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

COVID-19 workplace impacts - Irish OSH professionals experience and observations
Conor Buggy - Ireland

Changes in smoking, stress, and sleep duration among Israeli hospital workers during COVID-19
Yael Bar-Zeev - Israel

Reliability and Validity of the Perception of Stigma due to COVID-19 in Physicians
Didem Oktar - Turkey

Psychological Resilience Training Effectiveness in Emergency Healthcare Workers in Pandemics
Seval Caliskan Pala - Turkey

Machine learning and COVID-19: a tool for healthcare setting choice by primary care physicians
Marcello Di Pumpo - Italy

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room D
D. Chronic diseases 10.D. - Oral presentations: Chronic diseases research
Chairperson(s): Saverio Stranges - EUPHA (CHR)

Research capacity strengthening in health and care delivery through housing for chronic diseases
Eva Hernandez-Garcia - United Kingdom

Work-related support in clinical care for patients with chronic diseases: intervention development
Maarten Butink - Netherlands

Trends in uptake of Pap test in Estonia: results from cross-sectional studies in 2004–2020
Maria Suurna - Estonia

Economic evaluation of the LTVEEG-m for refractory epileptic patients
Borja Garcia-Lorenzo - Spain

Trajectories of sickness absence and disability pension by type of occupation in multiple sclerosis
Alejandra Machado - Sweden

Risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection in people living with Multiple Sclerosis in the Lazio region, Italy
Anna Acampora - Italy

The effects of long-term physical activity interventions: Scoping review in the Nordic countries
Hanna Elonheimo - Finland

Portuguese validation of the Adult Carer Quality of Life Questionnaire (AC-QoL)
Elisabete Alves - Portugal

Stroke as an Antecedent Risk Factor for Depression among Post-Menopausal Women
Srikanta Banerjee - United States

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room E
E. Climate change, Environment EUPHA-ENV 10.E. - Workshop: SDGs as a roadmap for Citizens, Environment and Public Health
Chairperson(s): Gianfranco Damiani - Italy, Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Artificial Intelligence and Urban health: a step forward to the achievement of SDGs
Gianfranco Damiani - Italy

SGDs, Environmental Health and Gender Equity
Susana Paixão - Portugal

Healthy Design and Urban Planning Strategies framing the SDG 11 Sustainable Cities and Communities
Andrea Rebecchi - Italy

Poverty and energy issues as environmental and health challenges in SDGs
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Health sector engagement on the implementation of SDGs in Turkey
Funda Gacal - Belgium

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room F
F. Communication and infodemics International Behavioural Trial Network 10.F. - Workshop: Applying behavioral science for public health communication:insights from global COVID-19 initiatives
Chairperson(s): Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA, Jovana Stojanovic - Canada

The International Assessment of COVID-19-related Attitudes, Concerns, Responses and Impacts in Relation to Public Health Policies (iCARE) study
Jovana Stojanovic - Canada

Global comparison of mitigation and vaccine behaviours, motivators, and communication
Kim Lavoie - Canada

Tanja Kuchenmueller - WHO EURO

Simon Bacon - Canada

Elena Altieri - Afghanistan

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room G
G. Digitalisation in health Heidelberg University (Germany) 10.G. - Workshop: Digital interventions for improving public mental health
Chairperson(s): Charlotte Gayer-Anderson - United Kingdom, Ulrich Reininghaus - Germany

Continuum beliefs and mental illness stigma: A systematic review and meta-analysis of correlation and Intervention studies
Lina-Jolien Peter - Germany

A self-help app for syrian refugees with posttraumatic stress (Sanadak): results of a randomized controlled trial
Susanne Roehr - Germany

Ecological momentary intervention to reduce suicide risk among adolescents (EMIRA)
Nathalie Oexle - Germany

Living lab AI4U - artificial intelligence for personalized digital mental health promotion and prevention in youth
Christian Rauschenberg - Germany

Nebolus: A location-based game to promote (mental) health literacy of adolescents
Kevin Dadaczynski - Germany

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room H
H. Health assessment, monitoring and reporting 10.H. - Oral presentations: Assessments and knowledge translation
Chairperson(s): Valérie Pittet - Switzerland

Declining complexity of behavioural sequences in late adulthood: its meaning and implications
Ewa Jarosz - Poland

Effects of Russian tobacco control law on rates of hospital admissions for acute coronary events
Marine Gambaryan - Russia

Validity of self-reported data to assess the prevalence of overweight, hypertension and cholesterol
Ingrid Pelgrims - Belgium

A core outcome set for school-based physical activity interventions: an international consensus
Bina Ram - United Kingdom

Decreasing trends in suboptimal prescribing in older people: a French nationwide study
Solene Drusch - France

Pathways through rehabilitation for traumatic brain injury: preliminary results from an Irish study
Andrea Healy - Ireland

Mental health and access of care during Covid-19 pandemics: an italian cross-sectional study
Christian Previti - Italy

Association between obesity and life courses in young adulthood. Results from the KiGGS cohort study
Petra Rattay - Germany

Molecular characterization of A. baumanni isolates causing co-infections in SARS-COV-2 patients
Mariateresa Ceparano - Italy

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room I
I. Health care systems and services Observatory 10.I. - Workshop: Lessons from funding programmes fort the development and testing of new care and payment models
Chairperson(s): Nick Fahy - United Kingdom, Dimitra Panteli - Belgium

Challenges of innovation and implementation of care and payment models
Marcel Venema - Belgium

The French innovation funding programme (Article 51)
Natacha Lemaire - France

The German Innovation Fund (Innovationsfonds)
Holger Pfaff - Germany

The experience of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (USA)
Amy Bassano - United States

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room K
K. Health inequalities / Food and nutrition RIVM (Netherlands) 10.K. - Workshop: How to upscale in capacity in different aspects of preparedness and response
Chairperson(s): Bettie Voordouw - Netherlands, Michael Edelstein - EUPHA (IDC)

A systematic literature review on the use of health care resources during pandemic response
Anne-Romy Peelen - Netherlands

Closing the preparedness-response gap in time: Operational readiness at points of entry in Europe
Doret de Rooij - Netherlands

Understanding the factors that contribute to the similarities and differences in SARS-CoV-2 testing strategies across Europe
Sandra Kamga - Netherlands

Online respondent-driven detection for enhanced contact tracing of COVID-19
Yannick Helms - Netherlands

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room L
L. Health promotion and healthy behavior Vital Strategies 10.L. - Workshop: City-level action to promote public health
Chairperson(s): Sumi Mehta - United States, Sylviane Ratte - France

A phased city air quality management approach for faster clean air progress
Vivian Pun - Singapore

Promoting and preserving safe and active mobility in Istanbul during the COVID-19 pandemic
Orhan Demir - Turkey

Reducing deaths and injuries in cities around the world through a city multi-sector comprehensive approach
Sylviane Ratte - France

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room M
M. Health workforce, training and education FOM Hochschule für Oekonomie & Management (Germany) 10.M. - Workshop: Competences in Health Network Management
Chairperson(s): Yvonne Behrens - Germany, Piotr Romaniuk - Poland

Competences in Health Network Management (Com.HeNet)
Yvonne Behrens - Germany

Identification of competences in regional health network management
Madlene Movia - Austria

Competences in the management of health regions: Hungary, Bulgaria, Austria
Zsófia Kollányi - Hungary

Competences in the management of health regions: Germany, Poland and Spain
Piotr Romaniuk - Poland

Competence profile of Regional Health Network Managers
Zsófia Kollányi - Hungary

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room N
N. Public health policy Robert Koch Institute (Germany) 10.N. - Workshop: Women's health reports in Europe
Chairperson(s): Anke-Christine Sass - Germany, Franziska Prütz - Germany

“Health Situation of Women in Germany 2020” - The new report of the Federal Health Reporting is published
Anke-Christine Sass - Germany

„Better for women. Improving the health and wellbeing of girls and women” (2019) - Towards a women's health strategy for the UK
Lesley Regan - United Kingdom

'Action Plan on Women's Health' with 40 measures for women's health in Austria (2018) – From reporting to action
Sylvia Gaiswinkler - Austria

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room O
O. Maternal, child and adolescent public health 10.O. - Oral presentations: Parental addictive behaviour and interventions
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

The importance of smoking cessation during pregnancy and its association with perinatal outcomes
Ana Inês Silva - Portugal

Trend of substance abuse among medical students at University of Zagreb from 2008/2009 to 2018/2019
Marjeta Majer - Croatia

Does parental supply of alcohol predict later adolescent alcohol use in a highly permissive context?
Albert Ksinan - Czechia

The impact of childhood adversity on addictive behaviours through impulsivity among adolescents
Imene Mlouki - Tunisia

Feasibility assessment of immunization carpool model for <2 years children in rural Pakistan
Anokhi Ali Khan - Pakistan

Prevalence of autism in Europe, North America and Oceania, 2000-2020: A systematic review
Nathan Anorson - United Kingdom

Spectacle wear and refractive errors in Dutch children
Vasanthi Iyer - Netherlands

Corporate political activity of the baby food industry in France
Emma Cossez - France

Cross-sectional associations between number and ages of children and maternal physical activity
Rachel Simpson - United Kingdom

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room P
P. Mental health EUPHA-PMH 10.P. - Workshop: Mental health of older people
Chairperson(s): Johan Bilsen - EUPHA (PMH), Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Resilience and optimism associated with mental health to subjective well-being in older adults 65+ during pandemic outbreak
Sunwoo Lee - Czechia

Older adults’ daily activities during lockdown in France, spring 2020: a cross sectional survey.
Cynthia Engels - France

Loss of meaning in activities during Covid-19 lockdown and association with low mental health in Belgian adults 50+
Patricia De Vriendt - Belgium

Discrimination impairs cognitive function in ageing men and women
Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Fri 12th
13:50-14:50
Room Q
Q. Migration, LGBTI and minorities health 10.Q. - Oral presentations: Migrant health in Europe
Chairperson(s): Mathilde Sengoelge - Sweden

Othering in public health using the example of Covid-19 management in German asylum camps
Marie Tallarek - Germany

The impact of parental migration background on cardiometabolic health in European children
Anna Lindblad - Germany

Sexual violence in applicants for international protection residing in Belgium
Lotte De Schrijver - Belgium

Health Status of internally displaced persons in Georgia and Ukraine
Tamta Metreveli - Georgia

Housing and health: An empirical framework for refugee reception centres
Maren Hintermeier - Germany

Support Asylum and Vulnerabilities through e-health: SAVe as a healthcare continuity tool
Alessandra Diodati - Italy

Managing the pandemic in the reception system for migrants: the Italian experience.
Leuconoe Grazia Sisti - Italy

Barriers and facilitators to genetic testing amongst Black African women in the UK.
Valencia Kabeya - United Kingdom

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room A
A. The futures of public health EUPHA-EPI 11.A. - Skills building seminar: A new framework for developing and evaluating complex interventions
Chairperson(s): Laurence Moore - United Kingdom, Kathryn Skivington - United Kingdom

Introduction to the complex intervention concept and the research perspectives
Kathryn Skivington - United Kingdom

The new Framework and the Core Elements of complex intervention research
Lynsay Matthews - United Kingdom

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room B
B. COVID-19 Epidemiology, impact and responses EUPHA-PMH 11.B. - Workshop: COPERS - an international longitudinal study on coping and resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Ledia Lazeri - Denmark, Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH)

Marija Jakubauskiene - EUPHA (PMH)

Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Edvaldo Begotaraj - Italy

Alessandro Morganti - Italy

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room C
C. COVID-19 Building Back Fairer 11.C. - Oral presentations: Evidence from the COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Tiago Correia - Portugal

Healthcare use of COVID-19 patients within 3 months of diagnosis and associated factors
Öykü Turunç - Turkey

Inequalities in COVID-19’s collateral public health damage in Vienna
Moritz Oberndorfer - Austria

Defining the commercial determinants of health after COVID-19
Rebecca Glover - United Kingdom

COVID-19 government response measures: analysis in the European Union
Vera Pinheiro - Portugal

Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on violence against women: an environmental study from Turkey
Petek Eylul Taneri - Turkey

Persistent symptoms after three months follow-up of in and out-patient COVID-19 cases
Öykü Turunç - Turkey

Lockdown constipation insidence and associated factors among adults during COVID-19 in Turkey
Gülay Yilmazel - Turkey

Are antigen tests useful as screening for the identification of SARS-CoV-2 in emergency rooms?
Fabrizio Cigliano - Italy

Characterization of antibody response in asymptomatic and symptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infection
Serena Marchi - Italy

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room D
D. Chronic diseases Western University (Canada) 11.D. - Workshop: Global Burden of Multimorbidity: from Epidemiology to Policy
Chairperson(s): Saverio Stranges - EUPHA (CHR), Tatjana Makovski - Netherlands

The impact of the epidemiology of multimorbidity on health policy across settings and countries
Kathryn Nicholson - Canada

Multimorbidity and Health Systems: Challenges and Priorities
Marjan van den Akker - Germany

The importance of behavioural insights in disease prevention and health promotion
Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA

Public health policies to tackle the growing burden of multimorbidity: a global agenda
Gauden Galea - WHO

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room E
E. Climate change, Environment EuroHealthNet, European Environment Agency 11.E. - Round table: Climate change, justice and public health: recommendations for action
Chairperson(s): Caroline Costongs - EuroHealthNet

Aleksandra Kazmierczak - Denmark

Brigit Staatsen - Netherlands

Jenni Simkin - Finland

Amanda Janoo - Belgium

Clara Mayer - Germany

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room F
F. Communication and infodemics Robert Koch Institute (Germany) 11.F. - Workshop: Provision of strategic information during the COVID-19 pandemic through a multiple-layers model
Chairperson(s): Johanna Hanefeld - Germany, Charbel El Bcheraoui - Germany

Public health intelligence monitoring of the COVID-19 epidemiological situation
Luisa Denkel - Germany

COVID-19 containment measures analysis
Thurid Bahr - Germany

Evaluating and synthesizing COVID-19 evidence
Charbel El Bcheraoui - Germany

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room G
G. Digitalisation in health EUPHA-IDC, EUPHA-ETH, EUPHA-LAW, EUPHA-HTA 11.G. - Round table: COVID-19 Digital Green Certificate: Hope for restoring freedom or simply opening Pandora’s box?
Chairperson(s): Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA), Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA

COVID-19 passes and public health law: Considerations for surveillance and social justice
Dimitra Lingri - Greece

Assessing policies for the implementation of new technological interventions to combat COVID-19
Barbara Prainsack - Austria

Quantifying uncertainty: the socioeconomic impact of DCCs from an EU and a global health perspective
Thomas Czypionka - Austria

Epidemic dynamics after the DCC introduction: how to best shape COVID-19 evidence-informed policies
Viola Priesemann - Germany

Ethical parameters and guidelines for the introduction of potentially discriminatory measures
Els Maeckelberghe - EUPHA (ETH)

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room H
H. Health assessment, monitoring and reporting Radboud University Medical Center (Netherlands) 11.H. - Workshop: Epidemiology of diseases and health inequalities in people with and without intellectual disabilities
Chairperson(s): Maarten Cuypers - Netherlands

Linking Dutch national public services data to estimate the prevalence of intellectual disabilities
Maarten Cuypers - Netherlands

Chronic disease prevalence and patterns of comorbidities in people with intellectual disabilities
Milou van den Bemd - Netherlands

Mental health care for adults with mild intellectual disabilities: A retrospective database study
Katrien Pouls - Netherlands

COVID-19 registration in people with intellectual disabilities in Dutch long-term care facilities
Monique Koks-Leensen - Netherlands

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room I
I. Health care systems and services 11.I. - Oral presentations: Health care services and systems
Chairperson(s): Lorena Dini - EUPHA (HSR)

Is outsourcing healthcare to private providers associated with higher mortality rates in NHS England?
Benjamin Goodair - United Kingdom

TRANSCOV, a multidisciplinary project to evaluate long distance COVID patients transfers
Olivier Grimaud - France

Evolution of Primary Health Care appointments in mainland Portugal in 2020
Filipa Gomes - Portugal

Addressing challenges to cancer control in Ireland due to the Covid-19 pandemic
Triona (Caitriona) McCarthy - Ireland

Non–Small-Cell Lung Cancer: Real-World Cost Consequence Analysis
Anna De Polo - Italy

Experiences with acute hospital health care: a cross-sectional study among adult patients in Slovenia
Eva Murko - Slovenia

The relationship between geographic factors and poorer outcomes in patients diagnosed with covid-19.
Rosa Magallón-Botaya - Spain

Factors associated with poorer outcomes and supervivence in patients diagnosed with covid-19
Rosa Magallón-Botaya - Spain

The effects of the COVID-19 lockdown and socio-economic factors on stroke hospitalizations in France
Rodney Plat - France

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room K
K. Health inequalities / Food and nutrition 11.K. - Oral presentations: Food, nutrition and risk factors
Chairperson(s): Giuseppe Grosso - EUPHA (FN)

Socioeconomic determinants of traditional diet in Eastern Europe: result from the HAPIEE study
Denes Stefler - United Kingdom

Food industry shaping of the principles of scientific integrity
Melissa Mialon - Ireland

Impacts of local area public sector spending and food purchasing in England: a panel study
Rosemary H. Jenkins - United Kingdom

Dimensions of fruit and vegetable access in the retail food environment; a systematic review
Grace Turner - United Kingdom

A dynamic GIS space-time diffusion model to tackle COVID-19 emergency
Corrado De Vito - Italy

Hospital-level risk factors for healthcare-associated infections: insight from the Italian PPS Study
Jacopo Garlasco - Italy

Effect of smoking on survival following Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma in Ireland
Kimaya Havle - Ireland

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room L
L. Health promotion and healthy behavior 11.L. - Oral presentations: Health promotion: research and practice
Chairperson(s): Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP)

Factors associated with motivation to avoid meeting family and friends during the COVID-19 pandemic
Ana Goes - Portugal

Innovation in health promotion during COVID-19 and beyond; The case for a silver lining
Diane Levin-Zamir - Israel

Fermentable Oligo-, Di-, Monosaccharides and Polyols and cancer risk in the NutriNet-Santé cohort
Charlotte Debras - France

Healthcare system delay and utilization in tuberculosis patients in Portuguese high-incidence region
Luis Vales - Portugal

Employment gaps of foreign-born women in Finland: an intercategorical intersectionality approach
Hulya Yuksel - Finland

Gender inequality and population-level health outcomes: Panel data analysis of OECD countries
Cecilia Veas - Chile

Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms and Idiopathic Male Infertility in GWAS: A Meta-Analysis
Emanuele La Gatta - Italy

Classification of original deprivation indices used in public health
Anastasia Zelenina - Russia

European burden of cancer in 2020 attributable to alcohol use
Harriet Rumgay - France

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room M
M. Health workforce, training and education UK Faculty of Public Health 11.M. - Round table: System leadership, the pandemic & implications for the public health workforce and systems in the UK
Chairperson(s): Maggie Rae - United Kingdom

John Newton - United Kingdom

Farhang Tahzib - EUPHA (ETH)

Samia Latif - United Kingdom

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room N
N. Public health policy Portuguese Association of Public Health Doctors 11.N. - Skills building seminar: How can local public health services manage infodemics and fight misinformation?
Chairperson(s): Duarte Vital Brito - Portugal, Débora Miranda - European Observatory

Local public health professionals contribution to infodemic management
Duarte Vital Brito - Portugal

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room O
O. Maternal, child and adolescent public health 11.O. - Oral presentations: Migration and health determinants in children's health
Chairperson(s): Charles Agyemang - Netherlands

Pregnant asylum-seekers’ perspectives regarding mental health screening: a qualitative study.
Elena Soldati - Netherlands

Measuring the invisible: perinatal health outcomes of unregistered women giving birth in Belgium.
Judith Racape - Belgium

Asylum seekers´ experiences with quarantine after arriving in Germany during the COVID-19 pandemic
Eilin Rast - Germany

Photovoice as a research, advocacy, and harmonization tool for refugee and local youth in Turkey
Ozge Karadag - United States

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

School teachers’ perception on parental migration and left-behind children in rural Georgia
Khatia Antia - Germany

Does the Family Affluence Scale reflect parental earned income, education and occupational status?
Maria Corell - Sweden

Comparing health outcomes of care experienced children to children not in care in Scotland 2009-2016
Mirjam Allik - United Kingdom

Being a parent in Finland: a culturally-tailored psychoeducative parental support programme
Natalia Skogberg - Finland

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room P
P. Mental health University College London, Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences (Germany) 11.P. - Skills building seminar: Co-design workshop on reducing institutionalisation in mental health facilities by everyday objects
Chairperson(s): Evangelia Chrysikou - EUPHA (URB)

Personalisation and choice in psychiatric spaces Nachricht eingeben
Evangelia Chrysikou - EUPHA (URB)

On the psychological importance of control and valorisation in psychiatric environments
Helena Müller - Germany

Using daily objects as material primes of valorisation and control in psychiatric facilities
Jonas Rehn - Germany

Fri 12th
15:00-16:00
Room Q
Q. Migration, LGBTI and minorities health 11.Q. - Oral presentations: Sexual and gender minority health
Chairperson(s): Arjan van der Star - EUPHA (SGMH)

Analysis of sexual and reproductive health indicators according sexual orientation young Brazilians’
Marco Sousa - Brazil

Online-based intervention on LGBTI+ health promotion in Brazil: development and preliminary impacts
Marcos Signorelli - Brazil

Health Service Experiences of the Foreign Origin SGMs in Finland: An Intersectional Analysis
Mercédesz Czimbalmos - Finland

Pre-exposure prophylaxis' knowledge, attitudes, practices amongst italian men who have sex with men
Pietro Forghieri - Italy

Effectiveness among MSM of an HIV PrEP program developed in a Parisian sexual health center
Bérenger Thomas - France

Potential alcohol use disorder (AUD) among men who have sex with men (MSM) in Ireland
Fionn Patrick Daly - Ireland

Effects of partner support on life satisfaction cisgender and transgender adolescents
Esther Ciria-Barreiro - Spain

Domestic violence and mental health in LGBT+ persons under lockdown in Belgium, Portugal and Germany
Lotte De Schrijver - Belgium

Body image and weight control in sexual minority and non-minority youth in Ireland
András Költő - Ireland