Poster walks - Thursday 9th Nov

Dublin time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 9th
1.R. - Poster walk: Reducing health inequity
Chairperson(s): Aviad Tur-Sinai (Israel), Vikram Niranjan (Ireland)

1.R.1 - Homelessness and health in Ireland: a systematic review, meta-analysis, and evidence map
Carolyn Ingram (Ireland)

1.R.2 - Mothers' decisions regarding treating their children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Amal Shehadeh Sheeny (Israel)

1.R.3 - COVID-19, breast cancer care, and social determinants of health: a cross-sectional study
Charlotte Myers (EUPHAnxt)

1.R.4 - Assessing examination equipment accessibility for the disabled using non-fidelity of checkup items
Bohui Park (Korea, South)

1.R.5 - My Health My Language bridging the gap in public healthcare messaging
Grainne Begley (Ireland)

1.R.6 - Health behaviour and cardiovascular risk in women living in a disadvantaged region in Hungary
Andrea Rucska (Hungary)

1.R.7 - Cervical cancer screening attendance related factors among women in Latvia
Lauma Springe (Latvia)

1.R.8 - Identifying health inequities using a health system performance assessment: findings from Germany
Katharina Achstetter (Germany)

1.R.9 - Inadequate nutrient intake in people with disabilities: National representative sample in Korea
Jong Eun Park (Korea, South)

1.R.10 - Tackling breast cancer where almost no care is available. A Europe-Africa partnership
Jakub Gajewski (Ireland)

1.R.11 - Inequalities in oral health service utilisation in Ireland: results from the Healthy Ireland Survey
Ellen Juliet Cosgrave (Ireland)

1.R.12 - Improving the quality of translation for patients with language barriers
Rebecca Newell (United Kingdom)

1.R.13 - Health Impact Assessment (HIA) of a daily physical education lesson in Austrian schools
Bianca Fuchs-Neuhold (Austria)

1.R.14 - Sociodemographic features of COVID-19 premature mortality: Serbian individual-level data evidence
Aleksandar Stevanović (Serbia)

1.R.15 - Impact of the transition to retirement on smoking habit: longitudinal results from SHARE project
Giacomo Pietro Vigezzi (Italy)

Thu 9th
1.S. - Poster walk: Health literacy, education, awareness
Chairperson(s): Silviya Yankulovska (Bulgaria), Regina Sá (Portugal)

1.S.1 - Does health literacy mediate the relationship between socioeconomic status and health outcomes?
Finaba Berete (Belgium)

1.S.2 - Enhancing men's awareness of testicular diseases: A feasibility trial and process evaluation
Megan McCarthy (Ireland)

1.S.3 - Impact of health education on sexual safety among Hungarian adolescents
Dávid Major (Hungary)

1.S.4 - Oral health literacy strategies focused on community-based learning
Nélio Veiga (Portugal)

1.S.5 - The impact of compliance with health literacy principles in Facebook posts on user engagement
Mi-Hsiu Wei (Taiwan)

1.S.6 - Determinants of infectious disease-related knowledge among adolescents in Armenia
Zhanna Sargsyan (Armenia)

1.S.7 - European training program for competence enhancement in management of health regions
Yvonne Behrens (Germany)

1.S.8 - Health literacy and health behaviors 3E 2S of Medical Profession
Nion Mayod (Thailand)

1.S.10 - Physical activity in leisure time and motivation among citizens with chronic disease in in Denmark
Cecilie Toxvaerd (Denmark)

1.S.11 - Patients’ factors of choice in dental care and impact of the Covid-19 pandemic – a systematic review
Susanne Felgner (Germany)

1.S.12 - Evaluation of a nutrition education program at the Dutch out-of-school care during summer holidays
Marieke Battjes-Fries (Netherlands)

1.S.13 - Parental oral health knowledge and plaque index of their children in rural communities of Armenia
Astghik Atanyan (Armenia)

1.S.14 - Which journal indicator to consider when submitting a paper on Public Health area?
Petek Eylul Taneri (Ireland)

1.S.15 - Comprehensive Sexuality Education in Italy: results from a pilot activity, April 2023
Lara Tavoschi (Italy)

Thu 9th
2.R. - Poster walk: Chronic diseases
Chairperson(s): Brecht Devleesschauwer (Belgium), Maud Wieczorek (Switzerland)

2.R.1 - Prevalence of major noncommunicable diseases and their associated risk factors in Afghanistan
Ahmad Siyar Noormal (Germany)

Isabel Portillo Villares (Spain)

2.R.3 - Multimorbidity patterns in older migrants and natives across Europe
Su Yeon Jang (Germany)

2.R.4 - The burden of breast cancer attributable to modifiable risk factors
Jovana Todorovic (Serbia)

2.R.5 - Sexually and Non-sexually Transmitted Infections and The risk of Prostate Cancer
Melissa Sawaya (France)

2.R.6 - The care trajectories leading to emergency dialysis start: a qualitative study
Maxime Raffray (France)

2.R.7 - National Health Index shows an increase and marked regional differences in diabetes burden in Finland
Pekka Jousilahti (Finland)

2.R.8 - Morbidity and disability in older and very old people: Results of the study ‘Gesundheit 65+’
Judith Fuchs (Germany)

2.R.10 - Cancer risk behavior and healthcare utilization among people experiencing homelessness in Europe
Igor Grabovac (Austria)

2.R.11 - Ethnic disparity in cancer mortality in adult Fijian women, 2013-17
Catherine Dearie (Australia)

2.R.12 - A Pilot Study on the Prevalence of Peripheral Arterial Disease in Kigali, Rwanda
Kyle Denison Martin (United States)

2.R.13 - National and subnational analysis of diabetes and health inequalities in European Union countries
Carlos Alexandre Soares Andrade (Hungary)

2.R.14 - Assessing and projecting the burden of diabetes mellitus in the European Union by 2030
Nour Mahrouseh (Hungary)

2.R.15 - Health inequality and protective factors for post COVID-19 condition among older adults in Europe
Maika Ohno (Czechia)

Thu 9th
2.S. - Poster walk: Health workforce, practice and training
Chairperson(s): Ramune Kalediene (Lithuania), Patrícia Pita Ferreira (Portugal)

2.S.1 - Consulting a midwife when not pregnant: what happened in France after the 2009 reform?
Carine Franc (France)

2.S.2 - The Gender gap in the Tuscany Regional Health System
Domitilla Marconi (Italy)

2.S.3 - Professional Public Health Practice in Spain - Insights from the Spanish Public Health White Paper
Gabriela Barbaglia (Spain)

2.S.4 - Mini-ethnography for medical students. Inquiry-based learning to foster transcultural competences
Sandra Ziegler (Germany)

2.S.5 - Access and utilization of health services improved by trained posyandu cadres in rural Indonesia
Retno Wardhani (Indonesia)

2.S.6 - Virtual Reality simulation training improves health professionals' knowledge in STEMI critical care
Laura Deroma (Italy)

2.S.8 - Assessing knowledge, attitude, practices and vaccine hesitancy in nurses: a pilot study
Azzurra Massimi (Italy)

2.S.9 - An overview of reviews: what do we know about task shifting and skill mix change in healthcare?
Francesca Meda (Italy)

2.S.10 - Public health staff during the COVID-19 pandemic: a comparison of temporary and permanent staff
Ylse van Dijk (Netherlands)

2.S.11 - Workers needed: a needed assessment of the workforce in local public health services in Portugal.
Rafael Vasconcelos (Portugal)

2.S.12 - English validation of the Living with long term conditions scale
Leire Ambrosio (United Kingdom)

2.S.13 - MicroDoc: Developing a guide for managing infections in Zambian rural low-resource health settings
John Gannon (Ireland)

2.S.14 - Learning health systems in rehabilitation care - findings and recommendations from a scoping review
Zsofia Torok (Ireland)

2.S.15 - Impact of the reform adding new sickness allowance checkpoints on rehabilitation and employment
Mikko Laaksonen (Finland)

Thu 9th
3.R. - Poster walk: Chronic diseases 2
Chairperson(s): Anjum Memon (United Kingdom), Sarah Moreels (Belgium)

3.R.1 - Environmental determinants of body mass index trajectories: results from a longitudinal Swedish study
Pauline Rebouillat (Sweden)

3.R.2 - Health care use and costs attributable to cardiovascular disease in Ireland: a cross-sectional study
Danko Stamenic (Ireland)

3.R.3 - Rapidly increasing multimorbidity results in increase of health care costs
Katja Wikström (Finland)

3.R.4 - Prescription Trends for Hepatocellular Carcinoma Drugs are mirrored by Online Searches.
Philipp Berning (United States)

3.R.5 - Behavioural risk factors and psychophysical well-being among University students in Pavia Colleges
Giansanto Mosconi (Italy)

3.R.7 - Smoking status of medical students and changes during the COVID-19 pandemic
Jana Babjakova (Slovakia)

3.R.8 - Effect of prenatal passive tobacco smoke exposure on full-term birth weight of born neonates:SR
Vikram Niranjan (Ireland)

3.R.9 - Tobacco cessation attempts among Turkish adolescents: a structural equation model analysis
Nadiye Pinar Ay (Turkey)

3.R.10 - Impact of a digital therapeutic on adult asthma
Akash Bijlani (United States)

3.R.11 - Correlates of HIV infection among HIV-exposed infants in low-income settlements Nairobi, Kenya.
Elizabeth Kiilu (United Kingdom)

3.R.13 - Sex-specific aging patterns of gut microbiota guild in urban Chinese adults
Jiongxing Fu (China)

3.R.14 - Associations between metabolic syndrome and Plant-Based diet Indices in the NutriNet-Santé study
Clémentine Prioux (France)

3.R.15 - Mediterranean diet in five Mediterranean countries: the DELICIOUS project
Giuseppe Grosso (EUPHA-FN)

Thu 9th
3.S. - Poster walk: Maternal, child and adolescent public health
Chairperson(s): Ourania Kolokotroni (Cyprus), Khatia Antia (Germany)

3.S.1 - Adverse childhood experiences and pain in early adolescence: A study in the Generation XXI cohort
Armine Abrahamyan (Portugal)

3.S.3 - Cluster analysis of maternal socioeconomic and non-modifiable factors with birth & placental outcomes
Shevaun Teo (Ireland)

3.S.5 - Perceived stress and psychosomatic complaints in Swedish youth
Sara Brolin Låftman (Sweden)

3.S.6 - Early life social and health determinants of higher education across three generations
Ilona Grünberger (Sweden)

3.S.7 - Time trends in sexual harassment exposure among adolescents in Norway between 2017 and 2021
Anne Mari Steigen (Norway)

3.S.8 - Psychosomatic complaints at age 15-16 and later educational achievement in upper secondary school
Joakim Wahlström (Sweden)

3.S.9 - Body dissatisfaction in the classroom context and adolescent psychological complaints
Joakim Wahlström (Sweden)

3.S.10 - Quality Improvement Process in Childcare Facilities: Results of a Qualitative Study
Charlotte Decroix (France)

3.S.12 - Knowledge and attitudes towards vaccination in the Croatian adolescent population
Ivan Miskulin (Croatia)

3.S.14 - The link between smart device use and ADHD-how can reading and physical activity make a difference?
Wan-Chen Lin (Taiwan)

3.S.15 - Digital psychosocial assessment of youth in Australian hospitals: From aspiration to implementation
Daniel Waller (Australia)

Thu 9th
4.R. - Poster walk: Environment and health
Chairperson(s): Chiara Cadeddu (Italy), Ione Avila-Palencia (United Kingdom)

4.R.1 - Changes in ambient particulate matter exposure and evaluation of its health relevance in Germany
Sarah Kienzler (Germany)

4.R.2 - Early-life droughts and cognitive performance among children in rural India
Reyn Van Ewijk (Germany)

4.R.3 - Assessing the Impact of Energy and Fuel Poverty on Health: A European Scoping Review
Sarah Champagne (United Kingdom)

4.R.5 - Barriers and interventions for healthy and climate-friendly living for vulnerable groups
Christina Lampl (Austria)

4.R.6 - EXPOSURE to sunlight and allergic morbidity in children (Pollution and Asthma Risk: an Infant Study)
Lea Lefebvre (France)

4.R.7 - Impacts of climate change and environmental pollution: a public health foresight study
Brigit Staatsen (Netherlands)

4.R.8 - Qualitative communication research with environmental health scientists and stakeholders
Daniela Friedman (United States)

4.R.10 - Waste incineration and cancer mortality: a longitudinal controlled population-based study
Carolina Capitão (Portugal)

4.R.11 - Building a score of climate change mitigation potential in national food-based dietary guidelines
Lucía Aguirre Sánchez (Switzerland)

4.R.14 - Using indoor temperature in heat health warning systems: Deployment in community housing in Canada
Gaya Bin Noon (Canada)

4.R.15 - Assessment of Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Facilities in Public Schools in Pwani Region, Tanzania
Vikram Niranjan (Ireland)

Thu 9th
4.S. - Poster walk: Mother and child care
Chairperson(s): Julia Dratva (EUPHA-CAPH), Armine Abrahamyan (Portugal)

4.S.1 - Parental imprinting
Elena Capitani (Italy)

4.S.2 - Evaluation of the Ministry of Health's pilot program - A personal pregnancy follow-up service
Carmit Satran (Israel)

4.S.3 - The silent support marathon: men’s role and experience in pregnancy after prior pregnancy loss
Emily Koert (Denmark)

4.S.4 - Women’s health report for Belgium: addressing the information gap
Aline Scohy (Belgium)

4.S.7 - Engaging Czech-Slovak Roma women in the co-creation of an antenatal care information resource
Mabel Lie (United Kingdom)

4.S.8 - Health-Related Quality of Life and Sleep Habits of Children with Overweight or Obesity
Annette Løvheim Kleppang (Norway)

4.S.9 - Impact of COVID-19 on DTP3 Vaccination Trends in Africa: A Joinpoint Regression Analysis
Francisco Guillen Grima (Spain)

4.S.10 - Selected outcomes from the study The Youth and Parents Risk Factor Behavior Survey in Bratislava
Jana Babjakova (Slovakia)

4.S.11 - Childhood vaccinations in conflict-affected settings: a case study from a frozen conflict zone
Anya Agopian (Armenia)

4.S.12 - Mother´s own milk (MOM) feeding in preterm infants in Germany – A status quo of personal attitudes
Isabella Schwab (Germany)

4.S.13 - Group Antenatal Care (gANC) for Somali-speaking women in Sweden – a process evaluation
Malin Ahrne (Sweden)

4.S.14 - Prenatal particulate matter exposure is linked with neurobehavioral development in early life
Charlotte Cosemans (Belgium)

Poster walks - Friday 10th Nov

Dublin time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 10th
5.R. - Poster walk: Digital health and communication
Chairperson(s): Nicos Middleton (Cyprus), Alessandro Vinci (Italy)

5.R.1 - Exploring the Role of Active Assisted Living in the Continuum of Care for Older Adults
Gaya Bin Noon (Canada)

5.R.2 - The use of digital health services and its predicting factors among health maintenance organizations
Amit Gur (Israel)

5.R.3 - ChatGPT & clinical decision-making: a cross-sectional study on Italian Medical Residency Test
Francesco Conrado (Italy)

5.R.4 - Irish people’s views on electronic health records and data security
Barbara Foley (Ireland)

5.R.5 - The implementation of an electronic medical record (EMR) and its impact on quality of documentation
Florian Wurster (Germany)

5.R.6 - Behind the screens: What underlies the experience of social media as a stressor among adolescents
Amanda Andersen (Norway)

5.R.7 - Neonatal jaundice detection in low-income Mexican settings: is there scope for mHealth innovation?
Gabriela Jimenez-Diaz (Norway)

5.R.8 - Establishment of a social listening mechanism on refugee crisis
Oleg Lozan (Moldova)

5.R.9 - Impact of digital intervention on antenatal paper records: results from audit of antenatal records
Rajani Shakya (Nepal)

5.R.10 - A mixed methods evaluation of a digital antenatal quality improvement intervention in Nepal
Rajani Shakya (Nepal)

5.R.11 - The impact of digital health literacy on anxiety and preventive behaviors during the pandemic.
Mariusz Duplaga (Poland)

5.R.12 - Future-self vividness influences acceptance of camera-based active and assisted living technologies
Natalie Tham (Ireland)

5.R.13 - 2. Use of technology among older adults in Baltic states during the Covid-19 pandemic
Courtney Queen (United States)

5.R.14 - Justificatory explanations: a step beyond explainability in machine learning
David Casacuberta (Spain)

5.R.15 - Participatory development of a virtual reality exercise program for people with chronic pain.
Sella Aarrestad Provan (Norway)

Fri 10th
5.S. - Poster walk: Mental health
Chairperson(s): Linda Montanari (Portugal), Joanne Given (United Kingdom)

5.S.1 - Negative social media experiences and lower self-efficacy are associated with depressive symptoms
Tore Bonsaksen (Norway)

5.S.2 - The role of labor market inequalities in the gender gap in depression risk among older US adults.
Maria Gueltzow (Germany)

5.S.3 - `Five years after the Earthquake and nuclear accident: Loss and its psychological effect`
Yoko Tsuchiya (Japan)

5.S.4 - Are internet users with high risk for internet addiction prone to substance use?
Špela Selak (Slovenia)

5.S.5 - Offspring hospitalization for substance use and changes in parental mental health in Finland
Lauren Bishop (Finland)

5.S.6 - Factors of the changes in depressive symptoms among retirees: a 3-year follow-up study in Taiwan
Nuan-Ching Huang (Taiwan)

5.S.7 - Social disconnectedness co-exists with health literacy and treatment burden in individuals with CVD
Julie Christiansen (Denmark)

5.S.8 - Social support and emotional wellbeing among women living with bacterial vaginosis in new york city
Yihang Sun (United States)

5.S.9 - Associations between problematic use of ICTs, depression, psychosocial, and behavioral factors
Fátima Méndez-López (Spain)

5.S.11 - Dual Factor Model: exploring different social sources and loneliness of adolescents in Luxembourg
Joana Lopes Ferreira (Luxembourg)

5.S.12 - Interventions to ameliorate negative psychosocial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the young
Stephan Voss (Germany)

5.S.13 - Noise at school: any implications for teachers’ health? Findings from the French CONSTANCES study
Sofia Temam (France)

5.S.14 - How might a Universal Basic Income influence UK mental health? A microsimulation modelling study
Rachel Thomson (United Kingdom)

5.S.15 - Combating Weight Stigma in Healthcare: A Cross-Country Analysis and Intervention Initiative
Alina-Ioana Forray (Romania)

Fri 10th
6.R. - Poster walk: Epidemiology
Chairperson(s): Mary Abed Al Ahad (United Kingdom), Rafael Vasconcelos (Portugal)

6.R.1 - Time series analysis on tuberculosis cases in Kazakhstan from 2014 to 2025.
Sauran Yerdessov (Kazakhstan)

6.R.2 - Fruit and vegetable availability and cancer incidence in European countries, 2000 - 2018
Kevin Casey (United States)

6.R.3 - Sex differences in disease burden in Norway: an analysis of the Global Burden of Disease Study 2019
Ingeborg Forthun (Norway)

6.R.4 - Fifty shades of food colours – Associations with cancer risk in a French cohort
Chantal Julia (France)

6.R.5 - Healthy lifestyle in the first 1000 days and childhood overweight and obesity in 4 European cohorts
Adrien M Aubert (Ireland)

6.R.6 - Risk factors for hospital admission and length of stay in children under 5 years
Joanne Given (United Kingdom)

6.R.8 - Mortality burden due to COVID-19 in 14 countries or regions in Southeastern Europe and Central Asia
Annelene Wengler (Germany)

6.R.9 - Paediatric campylobacteriosis in the Republic of Ireland: A spatially-derived case-case study
Martin Boudou (Ireland)

6.R.10 - Adherence to the EAT-Lancet reference diet and risk of type 2 diabetes, mediation by body mass index
Florine Berthy (France)

6.R.11 - Dual trajectories of insomnia symptoms and BMI and their associations with cognitive functioning
Antti Etholén (Finland)

6.R.12 - Very high intensity of the bronchiolitis epidemic during the 2022-2023 season in France
Cécile Forgeot (France)

6.R.13 - A longitudinal study on symptom profiles and risk factors in patients with post COVID-19 condition
Sander Van Zon (Netherlands)

6.R.14 - Individual-level exposures and risk of COVID-19: an umbrella review
Angelo Maria Pezzullo (EUPHA-EPI)

6.R.15 - Comparison of response patterns in national surveys among Finnish adult population in 2020 and 2022
Suvi Parikka (Finland)

Fri 10th
6.S. - Poster walk: Migration, LGBTQI+ and minorities health
Chairperson(s): Elizabeth Kiilu (United Kingdom), Maeve Middleton (United Kingdom)

6.S.1 - Assessing adverse childhood experiences in young refugees – development of the BRACE questionnaire
Shaymaa Abdelhamid (Germany)

6.S.2 - Perceived discrimination and mental health among Syrian refugees in Norway: A cross sectional study
Esperanza Diaz (Norway)

6.S.3 - Health Catch-UP!: process evaluation of a migrant multi-disease screening and vaccination tool
Jessica Carter (United Kingdom)

6.S.4 - Educational inequality in cause-specific mortality among immigrants and their descendants in Sweden
Alexander Miething (Sweden)

6.S.5 - The right of transgender people to be resilient!
Jana Verguchten (Belgium)

6.S.6 - Social categorisation of asylum seekers: Free-listing by professionals in German reception centres
Sandra Ziegler (Germany)

6.S.7 - An HIV prevention intervention helps immigrants open up about transactional sex. The Makasi study
Karna Coulibaly (France)

6.S.8 - The Influence of immigration on breastfeeding: Results from the FinChildren survey
Idil Muhumed (Finland)

6.S.9 - Inequalities in accessing COVID-19 healthcare for migrants and ethnic minorities: a systematic review
Chiara De Marchi (Italy)

6.S.10 - Counting the Cost: The Economic Toll of Discrimination Against LGBTQAI+ Individuals in Italy
Gerardo Altamura (Italy)

6.S.11 - Transnational prenatal care among migrant women giving birth in Montreal, Canada
Lisa Merry (Canada)

6.S.13 - Perception of the quality of medical care in patients from the LGBT+ community
Thania Ivalany Perez Gomez (Mexico)

6.S.14 - Local responses to migration crises: ASL Roma 2’s experience with the Afghani and Ukrainian crises.
Annalisa Rosso (Italy)

6.S.15 - Orthodox Jews and factors affecting COVID-19 vaccination: Lessons learned for public health
Ephraim Shapiro (Israel)

Fri 10th
7.R. - Poster walk: Epidemiology 2
Chairperson(s): Angelo Maria Pezzullo (EUPHA-EPI), Ana Barbosa (Portugal)

7.R.2 - Mediating role of physical (in)activity in the effects of working from home and musculoskeletal pain
Karin Proper (Netherlands)

7.R.3 - Determinants of COVID-19 vaccine uptake in the Netherlands: A nationwide registry-based study
Joyce Pijpers (Netherlands)

7.R.5 - Nutritional quality of food intakes according to the Nutri-Score and blood biomarker concentrations
Chantal Julia (France)

7.R.6 - A latent transition analysis of a Danish smoking reduction intervention trial
Lisbeth Lund (Denmark)

7.R.8 - The burden of cardiovascular disease associated with PM2.5 exposure in the Portuguese population
Carla Martins (Portugal)

7.R.9 - Turning words into action: pro-environmental interest and personal commitment of different groups
Hans-Peter Hutter (Austria)

7.R.10 - Stalling life expectancy trends in Europe and decomposition analysis of mortality data
Zubair Kabir (Ireland)

7.R.11 - School exposure to air pollution in the UK and Ireland: Indoor-Outdoor air quality assessment
Maria Fernanda Parra (Switzerland)

7.R.12 - Longitudinal trajectories of dietary fiber intake and its determinants in early childhood
Fanney Thorsteinsdottir (Denmark)

7.R.13 - Sickness absence and/or disability pension and future work income after age 65 and 70 in Sweden
Aleksiina Martikainen (Sweden)

7.R.15 - Incidence and cost of COVID-19-related work absence based on social insurance data from Poland
Błażej Łyszczarz (Poland)

7.R.16 - Socioeconomic characteristics and COVID-19 infection in Belgium: the mediating role of vaccination
Jinane Ghattas (EUPHAnxt)

Fri 10th
7.S. - Poster walk: Migration, LGBTQI+ and minorities health 2
Chairperson(s): Eric Breton (France), Camila A Picchio (Spain)

7.S.2 - Understanding Ukrainian refugees’ wellbeing and adaptation in Denmark
Viktoriia Vereshchakina (Denmark)

7.S.3 - Correlates of psychotic experiences in gender-diverse youth in Ireland: A population-based survey
John Hoey (Ireland)

7.S.5 - Information on, and access to, healthcare services among refugees from Ukraine arriving in Norway
Ylva Helland (Norway)

7.S.6 - Inequalities in health outcomes of SARS-CoV-2 infection by migration status in Barcelona, Spain
Valeria Perez Muto (Spain)

7.S.8 - Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the wellbeing of LGBTQ+ individuals in Moldova
Nicole Holliday (Germany)

7.S.9 - Complementary and alternative therapies for PTSD in refugees and asylum seekers: a systematic review
Priya Paudyal (United Kingdom)

7.S.10 - Health literacy in migrants: the SPRINT2 project
Patrizio Zanobini (Italy)

7.S.12 - Attitudes towards the childhood immunisation programme among Polish immigrants in Norway
Thea Steen Skogheim (Norway)

7.S.13 - CLIMIGRANT: An educational resource about climate change, human movements and health
Lisa Merry (Canada)

7.S.14 - Risk of low birthweight and late antenatal care initiation in an ethnically diverse maternal cohort
Shuby Puthussery (United Kingdom)

7.S.15 - Beneficiaries of Temporary Protection (BOTPs) in Mid-West, Ireland: a retrospective analysis.
Rachel McNamara (Ireland)

Fri 10th
8.R. - Poster walk: Food security, sustainable production and improving nutrition
Chairperson(s): Abby Gold (United States), Anushree Priyadarshini (Ireland)

8.R.2 - Emetic and Diarrheal Toxins Detection and Typing of Bacillus cereus in Food and Human Milk in Italy
Guido Finazzi (Italy)

8.R.3 - Associations between retail food environment and organic food purchases in French households
Maria Somaraki (France)

8.R.4 - How School Food Environments Influence Food Choices: Evidence from Citizen Science and Focus Groups
Sascha Gell (Austria)

8.R.5 - Ultra-processed food consumption, nutrition quality, and obesity prevalence in Israel
Lital Keinan Boker (Israel)

8.R.7 - The association between Planetary Health Diet, body mass index and polygenic risk score for obesity
Tiina Suikki (Finland)

8.R.8 - Food in the community daycare center: is it all about nutrition?
Rinat Avraham (Israel)

8.R.9 - Bacillus Cereus prevalence in human milk donations in a North Italy human milk bank
Guido Finazzi (Italy)

8.R.10 - What's on the menu? An eco-nutrition analysis of foodservice options
Laura Kirwan (Ireland)

8.R.11 - Systems dynamics for healthy and sustainable local food environments
Maartje Poelman (Netherlands)

8.R.13 - UK food system vulnerability to climate change: scoping review of food system indicators
Grace Turner (United Kingdom)

8.R.14 - Sustainability of food purchases according to sociodemographic factors
Maria Somaraki (France)

Fri 10th
8.S. - Poster walk: Policy, politics and public health
Chairperson(s): Dimitra Panteli (Belgium), Shona Cosgrove (Belgium)

8.S.1 - Effects of social protection programs on suicide mortality: a study in 81 LMICs between 2000-2019
Elisa Landín Basterra (Spain)

8.S.2 - Improving the governance of a regional research network: from needs’ assessment to policy making
Dario Tedesco (Italy)

8.S.3 - Co-producing a new tool to inform policy development in the field of physical activity promotion
Sven Messing (Germany)

8.S.4 - Suburban Blues: Urbanicity, healthcare service mix and spatial patterns of admissions for depression
Michael Berger (Austria)

8.S.7 - Open access as an intervention to improve outpatient waiting list
Nunzio Zotti (Italy)

8.S.8 - Key Performance Indicators in the Emergency Medical System: barriers and facilitators
Laura Deroma (Italy)

8.S.10 - Illuminating policy for health: insights from a decade of researching urban and regional planning
Patrick Harris (Australia)

8.S.11 - How ready is the Italian healthcare system in the use of genomics? The B1MG Maturity Level Model
Valentina Baccolini (Italy)

8.S.12 - Building towards vaccine acceptance: Community co-design framework
Shane Creagh Piper (Ireland)

8.S.13 - Determinants of COVID-19 Vaccination Worldwide: WORLDCOV, a Retrospective Observational Study
Alberto Peano (Italy)

8.S.14 - Stakeholder perspectives on the 2020 global health strategy of the German federal government
Bianka Detering (Germany)

Poster walks - Saturday 11th Nov

Dublin time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 11th
9.R. - Poster walk: Food security, sustainable production and improving nutrition 2
Chairperson(s): Celine Murrin (Ireland), Margaret Steele (Ireland)

9.R.1 - Cost comparison of vitamin D from egg biofortification: the case of Slovenia study
Andreja Kukec (Slovenia)

9.R.2 - Environmental sustainability and healthiness of nursing homes meals: an exploratory study from Italy
Andrea Conti (Italy)

9.R.5 - The carbon footprint of meals provided in the public schools of Rome, Italy
Gaia Surya Lombardi (Italy)

9.R.7 - Food Insecurity, Disability and Age
Mia Hadfield-Spoor (United Kingdom)

9.R.8 - Irish consumers attitudes and behaviors to transitioning to more sustainable dietary
Janas Harrington (Ireland)

9.R.9 - Lifestyle and anthropometric characteristics of vegetarian and omnivorous populations in Portugal
Cátia Pinheiro (Portugal)

9.R.10 - Investigating the risk benefit balance of dairy consumption in the Danish population
Lea Sletting Jakobsen (Denmark)

9.R.12 - The subjective importance of food products may influence food choice and diet quality
Naomi Fliss Isakov (Israel)

9.R.13 - An interdisciplinary approach evidenced the influence of human activities on honey in Northern Italy
Marina Tesauro (Italy)

9.R.14 - Translating risk-benefit assessment evidence for policy making: outcomes of an international workshop
Constanza De Matteu Monteiro (Denmark)

9.R.15 - Achieving a healthy, sustainable and climate-friendly diet: what do municipalities and counties need?
Heidi Lyshol (Norway)

Sat 11th
9.S. - Poster walk: COVID-19 experiences
Chairperson(s): Maria Gańczak (EUPHA-IDC), Ilaria Tocco Tussardi (Italy)

9.S.2 - The role of hybrid immunity after the administration of the first booster dose
Domenico Pascucci (Italy)

9.S.2 - Years Lived with Disability due to COVID-19 in the capital of Serbia in 2020 and 2021
Natasa Rosic (Serbia)

9.S.3 - The impact of rotavirus vaccination in Italy: an eleven-year (2009-2019) nationwide analysis
Claudia Isonne (Italy)

9.S.4 - Strengthening Infectious Disease Control and Pandemic Preparedness in The Netherlands
Simone Versteeg (Netherlands)

9.S.5 - Patient experience with primary health care during the COVID-19 pandemic in Bulgaria
Maria Rohova (Bulgaria)

9.S.9 - COVID-19 impact on viral hepatitis in Italy: a time-series analysis.
Antonino Russotto (Italy)

9.S.10 - Flu vaccination 'influenced' by Covid-19 : Italy experience
Raffaele Iannaccone (Italy)

9.S.10 - PEP-flute selfcare in epidemic respiratory infectious diseases – high societal impact at low cost?
Annette Mollerup (Denmark)

9.S.11 - Determinants of COVID-19 vaccine intention in a University population: a serial mediation approach
Marine Paridans (Belgium)

9.S.12 - Socio-demographic factors and COVID-19 vaccination uptake in Umbria region: a population-based study
Chiara de Waure (EUPHA-HTA)

9.S.13 - Regional and temporal patterns of Italian COVID-19 mortality
Michael Stoto (United States)

9.S.14 - AZD7442 utilization for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Against COVID-19 in a French Early Access Program
Cécile Artaud (France)

9.S.15 - Which burden of COVID-19 was greater: main diagnosis or comorbidity?
Milena Šantrić Milićević (Serbia)

Sat 11th
10.R. - Poster walk: Health care services and systems
Chairperson(s): M Luisa Vázquez Navarrete (Spain), Juliana Lima Constantino (Netherlands)

10.R.1 - Assessment of breastfeeding-related healthcare and their association with breastfeeding motivation
Snieguole Kaseliene (Lithuania)

10.R.2 - Managing uncertainty - leaders’ perspectives on health system resilience during COVID-19 in Finland
Soila Karreinen (Finland)

10.R.5 - Accessing health and health behaviour interventions by people with severe and multiple disadvantage
Neha Jain (United Kingdom)

10.R.6 - Documenting experiential knowledge on harm reduction to improve support for alcohol users in France
Béatrice Georgelin (France)

10.R.7 - The elderly health profile and health services access during 2020-2021: results from Passi d’Argento
Valentina Pettinicchio (Italy)

10.R.8 - Transformational Leadership & Social Capital as Determinants of Patient Safety: a Parsonian Approach
Arno Stöcker (Germany)

10.R.9 - Impact of breast cancer care pathways and related symptoms on the return-to-work process
Mélanie Bertin (France)

10.R.10 - Mother's health prior to pregnancy and eligibility for earnings-related parental leave benefits
Amy Heshmati (Sweden)

10.R.12 - Roadmap for implementation of genomics in healthcare: towards equity in access to genomics
Alexandra Costa (Portugal)

10.R.13 - Avoidable mortality contributes to the European Union’s life expectancy and lifespan dispersion gaps
Rok Hrzic (Netherlands)

10.R.14 - Community health needs in Ukraine in the war context
Anna Fenchak (Ukraine)

10.R.15 - Does pharmaceutical industry tricks us? A price comparison of Infliximab across European countries
Claudia Habl (Austria)

Sat 11th
10.S. - Poster walk: Tackling infectious diseases, preparing for the next pandemic
Chairperson(s): Ricardo Mexia (EUPHA-IDC), Lusine Aslanyan (Armenia)

10.S.1 - Carbapenemase-producing organisms under the covid 19 pandemic
Juan Castilla-Heredia (Spain)

10.S.2 - Multidisciplinary model for administration of recombinant Zoster vaccine in fragile patients
Silvia Martinelli (Italy)

10.S.3 - Trend in HPV-related hospitalization in years 2015-21 in a Southern Italian Region
Giuseppe Di Martino (Italy)

10.S.4 - Towards SDG30: Fighting HCV with a screening program in Lombardy
Giacomo Pietro Vigezzi (Italy)

10.S.5 - SARS-CoV-2 incidence and hospitalisation in South Tyrol (Italy): a population-based ecological study
Catalina Doina Cristofor (Italy)

10.S.6 - Who touched that? Interconnection of high-touch surfaces drives pathogen spread in public spaces
Lisa Ackerley (United Kingdom)

10.S.7 - Targeted Hygiene reduces surface transmission and infection risk for respiratory viruses
Lisa Ackerley (United Kingdom)

10.S.8 - Lessons from the past: how 19th-century anti-smallpox efforts enlighten current pandemic control
Giacomo Pietro Vigezzi (Italy)

10.S.9 - Clinical and socio-economic characteristics of a cohort of MDR/XDR TB patients in Bucharest, Romania
Dragos Baiceanu (Romania)

10.S.12 - Reducing the burden of RSV in Europe through improved monitoring and reporting
Zach Desson (Belgium)

10.S.13 - Covid-19 vaccination coverage by birth country and underlying risk for severe Covid-19 disease
Lamija Delalic (Norway)

10.S.14 - Foresight in public health: application and challenges.
Elizabeth Berghuis-Mutubuki (Netherlands)

10.S.15 - Has the COVID-19 pandemic changed non-COVID-19 healthcare utilisation patterns across Europe?
Sarah Aldridge (United Kingdom)

10.S.16 - The indirect impact of COVID-19 on hospitalization and mortality for ischemic stroke
Dario Tedesco (Italy)

Sat 11th
11.R. - Poster walk: Health promotion, Behavioural insights
Chairperson(s): John Dierx (Netherlands), Anda Kivite- Urtane (Latvia)

11.R.2 - Professionals’ views on interventions to reduce and prevent problematic alcohol use in older adults
Dike van de Mheen (Netherlands)

11.R.3 - Adoption of a multicomponent intervention to improve HPV vaccination in France: a mixed methods study
Aurélie Bocquier (France)

11.R.4 - A review of implementation and evaluation frameworks for public health to inform co-creation
Giuliana Longworth (Spain)

11.R.5 - Influence of emotions and inflation on food and drink purchase: An ethnography among Danish families
Katrine Sidenius Duus (Denmark)

11.R.6 - Changes in active commuting and changes in work ability and recovery from work
Essi Kalliolahti (Finland)

11.R.7 - Dilemma, an innovative public health scientific animation for the youth, France, 2022
Julie Arsandaux (France)

11.R.8 - Supporting drug and alcohol service users to cut down or stop smoking: review and evidence.gaps
Alison Mc Callum (United Kingdom)

11.R.9 - Design of a school-based stroke preparedness intervention: challenges in acute diseases recognition
Ekaterina Volevach (Czechia)

11.R.10 - Factors influencing engagement in advance care planning in the community: A mixed-research synthesis
Monika Pilch (Ireland)

11.R.11 - Effectiveness of health literacy interventions on the health outcomes of higher education students
Beatriz Raposo (Portugal)

11.R.12 - Evaluating Gamification of Antimicrobial Resistance as an Educational Tool: A Systematic Review
Avis Anya Nowbuth (Norway)

11.R.13 - Religious service attendance and mortality in southern Sweden
Martin Lindström (Sweden)

11.R.14 - The Effectiveness of a Novel Public Health Campaign to Reduce Parental Provision of Alcohol
Leon Booth (Australia)

11.R.15 - Training of women as promoters of social and emotional health in children and adolescents.
Cindy Joulieth Castro Ramírez (Colombia)

Sat 11th
11.S. - Poster walk: The breadth of health determinants: environment, behaviour and policy
Chairperson(s): Jakub Gajewski (Ireland), Corinna Fortunato (Italy)

11.S.1 - How did the COVID-19 pandemic affect antibiotic consumption within humanitarian emergencies?
Tuba Yavuz (Ireland)

11.S.2 - Waste-pathogen combinations from land-spreading for a farm-to-fork QMRA of public health in Ireland
Jennifer McCarthy (Ireland)

11.S.3 - Polystyrene nanoplastics mediate ROS production and apoptosis in A549 cell line
Cristina Milillo (Italy)

11.S.4 - Measuring the Burden of Climate-Related Asthma in Ireland via Microsimulation and Hybrid Costing
Giacomo Di Capua (Ireland)

11.S.5 - Implementing an action plan for the WHO designated Cork Healthy City, Ireland 2020-2030
Monica O'Mullane (Ireland)

11.S.6 - Monitoring the healthiness of food environments in supermarkets and out-of-home settings
Maartje Poelman (Netherlands)

11.S.7 - Allergens detection in food and environmental samples in northern Italy
Barbara Bertasi (Italy)

11.S.8 - Measuring resilience to misinformation: Development and Validation of an instrument in Portuguese
Rafaela Rosário (Portugal)

11.S.10 - Revisiting the relationship between altruism and organ donation
Keren Dopelt (Israel)

11.S.11 - Access to primary medical data for research and other purposes in Czechia
Michal Koscik (Czechia)

11.S.12 - Review of draft Assisted Human Reproduction Bill and development of suggested quality amendments
Sorca O Brien (Ireland)

11.S.13 - Cost-effectiveness analysis of Next generation sequencing tests in critically ill pediatric patients
Mario Cesare Nurchis (Italy)

11.S.14 - Vaccine-preventable diseases: evaluating immune response in a sample of Italian healthcare students
Andrea Paladini (Italy)