Poster walks - Thursday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Hall
1.R. - Poster walk: Strengthening health system
1.R.1 - Community-based health professionals in face of crisis – a practice example from Bremen, Germany
Dirk Gansefort - Germany

1.R.2 - Improve service coordination and delivery in community hubs serving homeless and at-risk populations
Hala Shamaa - Canada

1.R.3 - Barriers and enabling factors in the research process of innovation fund projects
Heike Heytens - Germany

1.R.4 - A capital-based approach to understand health inequalities: empirical explorations
Yuwei Qi - Netherlands

1.R.5 - HPV self-sampling as an additional option in cervical cancer screening: a pilot study in Estonia
Reeli Hallik - Estonia

1.R.6 - Assessment of needs-based usefulness of interventions to address system barriers to HPV vaccination
Tamara Schloemer - Netherlands

1.R.7 - Comparison between recommended and mandatory vaccine uptake during adolescence in Italy
Maria Rita Caracciolo - Italy

1.R.8 - The positive impact of a care–physical activity initiative for people with low socioeconomic status
Annemarie Wagemakers - Netherlands

1.R.9 - Assessing knowledge-based public health decision-making in Norwegian municipalities.
Kirsti Sarheim Anthun - Norway

1.R.10 - Screening intimate partner violence in the healthcare services during Covid-19 lockdowns in Israel
Beatris Pekar Agronsky - Israel

1.R.11 - Implementation of Case Management in emergency departments: the view of the involved staff
Elodie Schmutz - Switzerland

1.R.12 - Improving population health in Germany – lessons of a pilot study to assess health system performance
Katharina Achstetter - Germany

1.R.13 - Introducing Community Houses in Italy: a scoping review of the international literature.
Ambrogio Cerri - Italy

1.R.14 - Refusal of measles vaccination: associated factors among healthcare workers in Tunisia
Bouthaina Trabelsi Werchfeni - Tunisia

1.R.15 - Communication between cancer patients, caregivers and oncologists about out-of-pocket spending
Aviad Tur-Sinai - Israel

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Hall
1.S. - Poster walk: Preparing for the unexpected
1.S.1 - Temporal dynamics of socioeconomic inequalities in COVID-19 – a scoping review
Florian Beese - Germany

1.S.2 - Pandemic response on a sliding scale – Public health control of COVID-19 in South Australia
Razlyn Abdul Rahim - Australia

1.S.3 - Associations of pre-existing comorbidities and COVID-19 in-hospital mortality: an unCoVer analyses
Elly Mertens - Belgium

1.S.4 - Evaluating the pandemic’s impact on surgical site infections after abdominal surgery in Italy.
Heba Safwat Mhmoued Abdo Elhadidy - Italy

1.S.5 - Changes in perceived health status in older men and women during the COVID-19 pandemic
Carmen Rodríguez-Blázquez - Spain

1.S.6 - Psychosocial wellbeing of Berlin school children during the COVID-19 pandemic, June 2020-March 2021
Stefanie Theuring - Germany

1.S.7 - Attitudes towards vaccination are associated with vaccination behaviour among university students
Jannis Trümmler - Germany

1.S.8 - The timeliness of COVID-19 testing and tracing in eight public health regions in the Netherlands
Jizzo Bosdriesz - Netherlands

1.S.9 - European studies to evaluate COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness in HCWs: results from Italian hospitals
Antonella Agodi - Italy

1.S.10 - Increasing role of Public Health Rapid Response Teams in infectious disease outbreaks
Sam Tweed - United Kingdom

1.S.11 - Geospatial characteristics of medical workforce and infrastructure to combat COVID-19 in Kazakhstan
Natalya Glushkova - Kazakhstan

1.S.12 - Absence among National Health Service workers during the COVID-19 pandemic in Portugal
Joana Alves - Portugal

1.S.13 - COVID-19 and religion: evidence and implications for future public health challenges
Leuconoe Grazia Sisti - Italy

1.S.14 - Dimensions of health system resilience: A scoping review
Seyedeh Gelareh Emami - Italy

1.S.15 - Using R programming to inform and improve case notification procedures in a local public health unit
Henrique Barrilaro Ruas - Portugal

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Hall
2.R. - Poster walk: Achieving universal health coverage
2.R.1 - Health equity of displaced Syrians in Lebanon
Riwa Khalifeh - Belgium

2.R.2 - Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on inequalities in mortality: an analysis in Piedmont and Emilia-Romagna
Elena Strippoli - Italy

2.R.3 - Covid-19 Vaccination and the issue of insurance status
Daniel Schröpfer - Switzerland

2.R.4 - Gateways not gatekeepers – reaching seldom-heard groups to gather public health community insights
Mabel Lie - United Kingdom

2.R.5 - Schistosomiasis control in adults: a call for action towards the goal of universal health coverage
Sarah Gruninger - Germany

2.R.6 - Health status of people with intellectual disabilities: A systematic literature review
Ursula Griebler - Austria

2.R.7 - Older German adults' health-related quality of life and associated social factors
Lina Spagert - Germany

2.R.8 - Tobacco product menthol and flavour bans: their utility for LMIC and lessons from the EU ban
Rosemary Hiscock - United Kingdom

2.R.9 - Barriers to HIV testing among transgender women and men who have sex with men in sub-Saharan Africa
Subash Thapa - Denmark

2.R.10 - Associations between biomass fuel use and child health: a community-based study in Bhaktapur, Nepal
Catherine Schwinger - Norway

2.R.11 - Youth HIV services in the context of COVID-19 pandemic in Sofala Province, Mozambique.
Virginia Casigliani - Italy

2.R.12 - Inequalities in malnutrition among Iranian children: comparing indicators of socioeconomic status
Maryam Sadat Kasaii - Iran

2.R.13 - Evaluation of interventions for essential newborn care practices at home-based delivery in India
Jihyun Moon - Netherlands

2.R.14 - Early adolescents' sexual and reproductive health literacy in Lao PDR
Hyeonkyeong Lee - Korea, South

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Hall
2.S. - Poster walk: Child and adolescent public health
2.S.1 - Nutritional change of children and adolescents from North Korean refugee families in South Korea
Seong-Woo Choi - Korea, South

2.S.2 - Using photo-voice to identify barriers and facilitators to physical activity in female adolescents
Heide Busse - Germany

2.S.3 - Quantifying the burden of Hypercholesterolemia among Adolescents in India
Kirti Kirti - India

2.S.4 - Does neighbourhood crime mediate the relationship between neighbourhood SES and birth outcomes?
Lizbeth Burgos Ochoa - Netherlands

2.S.5 - Estrogenic activity in girls affected by precocious puberty.
Tiziana Schilirò - Italy

2.S.6 - Adolescent cannabis experimentation and unemployment in young to mid-adulthood
Katharine Barry - France

2.S.7 - Do fathers have sufficient knowledge to administer medicine to children correctly?
Natsuyo Yanagi - Japan

2.S.8 - A national prevalence of developmental delays among Egyptian children aged 1 - 12 years
Ammal Metwally - Egypt

2.S.10 - The design of a user-centred m-health application for caregivers of children undergoing ORL surgery
Raffaella Dobrina - Italy

2.S.11 - Impact of socioeconomic position on childhood obesity in Finland based on register data from 2018
Laura Paalanen - Finland

2.S.12 - Maternal respectful care and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder among postpartum mothers in Israel.
Sirat Abu-Hamad - Israel

2.S.13 - Regulation and financing of prenatal screening and diagnostic tests for fetal anomalies in Europe
Inanna Reinsperger - Austria

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Hall
3.R. - Poster walk: Chronic diseases
3.R.1 - Overview of national strategies for the prevention and management of non-communicable diseases
Inanna Reinsperger - Austria

3.R.2 - A systematic review of multimorbidity patterns: social determinants and classification methods
Begoña Ramos-Fiol - Spain

3.R.3 - Direct and indirect costs attributable to musculoskeletal disorders in Belgium
Vanessa Gorasso - EUPHA (ECO)

3.R.4 - Disability risks in past populations: Sweden from the 1800s until 1959
Lotta Vikström - Sweden

3.R.5 - Depression is a risk factor for complications and mortality in people with type 2 diabetes
Paola Rucci - Italy

3.R.6 - Combinations of lifestyle behaviors trajectories and cancer risk among Korean men
Ngoc Minh Luu - Korea, South

3.R.7 - Non-communicable diseases in Finnish family caregivers: a register-based study
Tuija Mikkola - Finland

3.R.8 - Development and internal validation of a new life expectancy estimator for multimorbid older adults
Viktoria Gastens - Switzerland

3.R.9 - Prevalence of chronic conditions and multimorbidity in Ireland: results from a national survey
Danko Stamenic - Ireland

3.R.10 - Changing epidemiology and trends in incidence of kidney cancer in England, 1985-2019
Anjum Memon - United Kingdom

3.R.11 - Changing epidemiology and trends in incidence of thyroid cancer in England, 1985-2019
Anjum Memon - United Kingdom

3.R.12 - Improving prevalence estimates from Health Interview Surveys with random forest multiple imputation
Ingrid Pelgrims - Belgium

3.R.14 - ATHLOS Healthy Ageing Scale score as the predictor of mortality in Poland and the Czech Republic
Magdalena Kozela - Poland

3.R.15 - Dual task test: Screening procedure for early detection of cognitive impairment among healthy adults
Helmut Simi - Austria

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Hall
3.S. - Poster walk: Digital health and communication
3.S.1 - Digital Health Implementation among older persons during COVID-19 outbreak in Sub-Saharan African
Isaac Ddumba - Uganda

3.S.2 - Improving the feasibility and acceptability of shared cancer follow-up care with digital health
Tiffany Sandell - Australia

3.S.3 - Assessing the state of Web-based communication for public health: a systematic review
Francesca Cappellini - Italy

3.S.4 - Disruptive e-prevention from 2019: dummy online drug selling sites to reach new consumers
Michel Mau - France

3.S.5 - COVID-19 contact tracing apps in Europe, technological feat or failure?
Juan Rachadell - Portugal

3.S.6 - A population-based perspective on telemedicine: patient experiences from the Rotterdam Study
Marije Splinter - Netherlands

3.S.7 - The “grey” digital divide in older adults during COVID-19 in Germany: Who is most at risk?
Núria Pedrós Barnils - Germany

3.S.8 - Development of a culturally appropriate, national website about crystal methamphetamine
Steph Kershaw - Australia

3.S.9 - Research ethics with real-world data (RWD) on COVID-19 infections: the unCoVer study
Silvia Riva - United Kingdom

3.S.10 - Applicability of European legislation for the protection of data while using tracing applications
Petra Mullerova - Sweden

3.S.11 - Cyber-bullying and life satisfaction among young adults: Evidence from a developing country
Prahbhjot Malhi - India

3.S.12 - Assessment of Cyberostracism and Personality Inventory In First Year University Students In Turkey
Feyza Nehir Öznur Muz - Turkey

3.S.13 - Digital Health Literacy and Infodemic: the impact on Italian medical students between 2019-2020
Valentina Moretti - Italy

3.S.14 - Evaluation of Telemedicine awareness, knowledge, attitude, skill levels of physicians and students
Aysegul Mutlu - Turkey

3.S.15 - Remote patient monitoring at home using ambient sensors: a systematic review
Ahmed Alboksmaty - United Kingdom

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Hall
4.R. - Poster walk: Environment and health
4.R.1 - How much global climate adaptation finance is targeting the health sector?
Tilly Alcayna - Netherlands

4.R.2 - Informing adaptation strategy through mapping the dynamics linking climate change and health
Giulia Loffreda - United Kingdom

4.R.3 - Impact of the MEDEA exposure-reduction strategies on indoor air quality during desert dust storms
Souzana Achilleos - Cyprus

4.R.4 - The impact on ambient air pollution and asthma-related admissions of COVID-19 transport restrictions
Caitriona Kelly - Ireland

4.R.5 - Effects of intense downpour on health and well-being of informal workers in Indore, India
Kanupriya Kothiwal - India

4.R.6 - Medical students´ needs for an integration of climate change into the medical curriculum
Leonie Rybol - Germany

4.R.7 - Climate-resilient and sustainable healthcare: the perception of healthcare professionals in France
Jérémy Guihenneuc - France

4.R.8 - Climate-sensitive health counselling: a quantitative survey on addressing climate change
Nicola Krippl - Germany

4.R.9 - The role of public health services in implementing heat health action plans in Germany
Karin Geffert - Germany

4.R.10 - CO2 production in waste management during the COVID pandemic in an Italian hospital
Mattia Di Russo - Italy

4.R.11 - Burned area mapping using satellite data – a tool for monitoring effects on environment
Monica Laura Cara - Romania

4.R.12 - Exposure to ambient particulate matters during the summer and increased heart rate
Jin-young Min - Korea, South

4.R.13 - Scientific clues on global food (in)security and climate change relationship as drivers of health
Dilek Aslan - Turkey

4.R.14 - Sunscreen accumulation in North Adriatic’s mussels, effects for the environment and human health
Silva Rubini - Italy

4.R.15 - Environmental Health Literacy: an index to study its relations with pro-environmental behaviors
Annalaura Carducci - Italy

4.R.15 - Results of a Qualitative Study on Disaster Nursing in a Coastal Region of Lower Saxony/Germany
Frauke Koppelin - Germany

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Hall
4.S. - Poster walk: Epidemiology: sociaoeconomic risk factors
4.S.1 - Trends of socioeconomic inequalities in overweight and obesity in children and adolescents in Germany
Jens Hoebel - Germany

4.S.2 - Area-level socioeconomic deprivation, non-national residency, and Covid-19 incidence
Sven Rohleder - Germany

4.S.4 - Changes in life expectancy and disease burden in the 11 Norwegian counties 1990-2019: GBD Study 2019
Benjamin Clarsen - Norway

4.S.5 - Understanding addiction in e-cigarette users – the EVAPE project
Valerie Lohner - Germany

4.S.6 - Effect of skin cancer screening on medical care burden in the first 12 month after diagnosis
Katrin Schuldt - Germany

4.S.7 - Differences in labour market marginalisation among young immigrant groups and Swedish-born youth
Ridwanul Amin - Sweden

4.S.8 - Effect of socio-economic deprivation on refugee health: a natural experiment study in Germany
Louise Biddle - Germany

4.S.9 - Risk behaviors among migrant adolescents in Italy
Emanuele Koumantakis - Italy

4.S.10 - Interaction between APOE ε4 genotype and education on mild cognitive impairment
Mirjam Frank - Germany

4.S.11 - Time period effects in work disability due to common mental disorders among young employees
Ridwanul Amin - Sweden

4.S.12 - Untangling the influence of depression on clinical risks: role of leukocytes and somatic symptoms
Alessandro Gialluisi - Italy

4.S.13 - Associations between early life transitions and depressed mood over time: A 27-year study
Magnus Jørgensen - Norway

4.S.14 - Mediation of behavioural and socioeconomic risk factors associated with malaria in children in Ghana
Theresa Habermann - Germany

4.S.15 - Maternal care experience and postpartum depressive symptoms among migrant and native in Portugal
Cristina Teixeira - Portugal


Poster walks - Friday 11th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 11th
9:00-10:00
Hall
5.R. - Poster walk: Epidemiology and impact
5.R.1 - Estimating protection afforded by prior infection against reinfection: A modelling study
Houssein Ayoub - Qatar

5.R.2 - Association between the Multidimensional Poverty Measure and COVID-19 mortality in Colombia
Paula Diaz - Colombia

5.R.3 - Histopathological Findings of Lung Cancer in Black Coal Miners in the Czech Republic
Hana Tomaskova - Czechia

5.R.4 - Dietary exposure to acrylamide and breast cancer risk: results from the NutriNet-Santé cohort
Alice Bellicha - France

5.R.5 - Elevated risk of depression and anxiety disorder by „high strain“ occupations: a systematic review
Andreas Seidler - Germany

5.R.6 - Trajectories of part-time work and sickness absence among shift working healthcare employees
Annina Ropponen - Finland

5.R.7 - Risk of first musculoskeletal disorder in Danish occupational fishermen – a register-based study
Line Nørgaard Remmen - Denmark

5.R.9 - The causal effect of switching from precarious to standard employment on mortality in Sweden.
Nuria Matilla-Santander - Sweden

5.R.10 - Social Disparities in Cardiometabolic Health in Czechia and Venezuela Using the Allostatic Load Model
Anna Polcrova - Czechia

5.R.11 - Estimating the magnitude of surveillance bias in COVID-19
Stefano Tancredi - Switzerland

5.R.12 - Reporting guidelines for burden of disease studies: why and how?
Periklis Charalampous - Netherlands

5.R.13 - The impact of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic (Covid-19) on induced abortion in the Paris Region
Bobette Matulonga Diakiese - France

5.R.14 - Protection against invasive meningococcal disease and vaccination policy in the Netherlands
Milou Ohm - Netherlands

Fri 11th
9:00-10:00
Hall
5.S. - Poster walk: Food, nutrition and diet
5.S.1 - Motivations and strategies underlying the adoption of the front-of-pack labelling scheme Nutri-Score
Barthelemy Sarda - France

5.S.2 - Two-year patterns of food aid utilization in a cohort of first-time food aid users
Louise Potvin - Canada

5.S.3 - Assessment of the impact of the Belgian and French food industry on obesity and population nutrition
Iris Van Dam - Belgium

5.S.4 - An exploratory study of the level of folic acid in food staples in Ireland in 2021
Mary Rose Sweeney - Ireland

5.S.5 - Development of body image in women and men in different socioeconomic groups during the life-course
Elena Rosenqvist - Finland

5.S.6 - Assessment of maternal dietary patterns and their relationship with c-reactive protein in pregnancy
Paige van der Pligt - Australia

5.S.7 - What drives the disparities in double burden of child malnutrition in Indonesia?
Vitri Widyaningsih - Indonesia

5.S.8 - Effects of a short-term intervention based on Mediterranean diet and exercise in healthy young men
Elisabetta Ceretti - Italy

5.S.9 - Preventing food contamination: preliminary results of a cross-sectional study among food handlers
Enrico Antonio Errico - Italy

5.S.10 - Individual and food environment factors associated with the diet of disadvantaged adults in Flanders
Yasemin Inac - Belgium

5.S.12 - Fed up: a qualitative investigation on the influencing factors of food insecurity in the Azores
Robyn Freiheit - Portugal

5.S.13 - Understanding the relationships between dietary risk behaviour and social factors in older adults
Lina Spagert - Germany

5.S.15 - Actions to support local charitable organizations in countering the spread of food insecurity
Giulio Barocco - Italy

Fri 11th
11:40-12:40
Hall
6.R. - Poster walk: Health care services and systems
6.R.1 - Healthcare accessibility since and during Covid-19 pandemic among older individuals in Europe
Madara Mikelsone - Latvia

6.R.3 - Professionals’ roles in the hospital discharge of older adults in 3 Nordic cities: a vignette study
Ann Liljas - Sweden

6.R.4 - The situation of older Emergency Department patients. Results from a participatory observation study
Johannes Deutschbein - Germany

6.R.5 - The impact of municipal acute bed units on nursing care quality: a quasi-experimental study
Geir Haakon Hilland - Norway

6.R.6 - The community pharmacy model for colorectal cancer screening: policy insights from Italy
Riccardo Calsolaro - Italy

6.R.7 - Quality of life and social contacts in old age
Kerstin Loeffler - Austria

6.R.8 - Social capital and STIs testing among young men in Stockholm, Sweden: A cross-sectional study
Ana Paula Finatto Canabarro - Sweden

6.R.9 - Influence of occupation on the subjective health of forced migrant doctors-a qualitative study
Verena Locher - Germany

6.R.11 - Integrated health and social care evaluation framework for mental health and drug addiction care
Gabriela Barbaglia - Spain

6.R.12 - Caregiver burden in professionals working in different settings for persons with dementia
Zuzana Katreniakova - Slovakia

6.R.13 - The impact of depression on satisfaction with prenatal care in Kazakhstan during COVID-19 pandemic
Raushan Alibekova - Kazakhstan

6.R.14 - A questionnaire to measure the impact of ICT-based coordination mechanisms on clinical coordination
M Luisa Vázquez Navarrete - Spain

6.R.15 - Analysing hospital travel times in central Athens using Google Maps services
Nikolaos Christos Xifaras - Greece

Fri 11th
11:40-12:40
Hall
6.S. - Poster walk: Health at work
6.S.1 - Fostering mental health and chronic diseases self-management among professional truck drivers
Jalila Jbilou - Canada

6.S.2 - The economic value of informal long-term care
Tessa Huis in 't Veld - Netherlands

6.S.3 - Determinants of Homelessness (SODH) in North West England in 2020
Mzwandile Mabhala - United Kingdom

6.S.4 - Sickness absence and disability pension in white-collar workers in the trade and retail industry
Kristin Farrants - Sweden

6.S.5 - Hustle: Experiences of making work ‘work’ for non-standard and precariously employed workers in NYC
Isabel Cuervo - United States

6.S.6 - Managers’ sick-leave recommendations - a video vignette study on common mental disorders
Gunnel Hensing - EUPHA (SSWH)

6.S.7 - The various insecurities experienced among non-standard workers across different policy-contexts
Emilia Vignola - United States

6.S.8 - Sickness absence due to common mental disorders among precarious and non-precarious workers
Julio Cesar Hernando Rodriguez - Sweden

6.S.9 - Prior sick leave with mental or somatic diagnoses and being in work in ages 66–71; a Swedish cohort
Aleksiina Martikainen - Sweden

6.S.10 - Employment at the onset of partial disability retirement and four years later
Anu Polvinen - Finland

6.S.11 - Impact of COVID-19 on psychosocial work factors and emotional exhaustion among healthcare workers
Fleur van Elk - Netherlands

6.S.12 - Cardiovascular risk in young healthcare workers: results from a cross-sectional study
Valentin Imeshtari - Italy

6.S.13 - Occupational hazards and early retirement: German National Cohort (NAKO) baseline distributions
Janice Hegewald - Germany

6.S.14 - Disability policies and practices and prolonged employment of employees with residual work capacity
Raun Van Ooijen - Netherlands

Fri 11th
15:10-16:10
Hall
7.R. - Poster walk: Health promotion interventions
7.R.1 - Practices towards SARS-CoV-2 transmission prevention among Ukrainian refugees in Poland
Klaudia Pyzio - Poland

7.R.2 - Psychometric Properties of the Turkish Version of the Coronavirus-Related Health Literacy Scale
Pinar Soylar - Turkey

7.R.3 - Coronavirus-related Health Literacy in elderly and adult population during COVID pandemic in Italy
Luigi Palmieri - Italy

7.R.4 - The determinants of the compliance with preventive measures recommended during the COVID-19 pandemic
Mariusz Duplaga - Poland

7.R.5 - Participation in prevention measures during the corona pandemic in Germany in 2020/21
Susanne Jordan - Germany

7.R.6 - The Effects of an Online Intervention program on resilience among at-risk youth during covid 19
Riki Tesler - Israel

7.R.7 - Predictors of physical activity and smoking among German teachers during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic
Viktoria Eggert - Germany

7.R.8 - Domestic violence in indian women: status of husbands’ alcohol consumption as a determinant factor
Joana Sofia da Silva Maia - Portugal

7.R.9 - A Mid-range Theory on Local Intersectoral Action
Louise Potvin - Canada

7.R.10 - An interdisciplinary intervention for health prevention and promotion in a Roman neighborhood
Alberto Lontano - Italy

7.R.11 - Health literacy in higher education students: findings from a Portuguese study
Ana Rita Pedro - Portugal

7.R.12 - A qualitative study on newly settled migrants’ perceptions of civic and health orientation in Sweden
Maissa Al-Adhami - Sweden

7.R.13 - Evaluation of culturally sensitive educational video for informed screening decisions among migrants
Nora Hamdiui - Netherlands

7.R.15 - A systematic review of the effectiveness of community interventions to improve parent health literacy
Samantha Belfrage - United Kingdom

Fri 11th
15:10-16:10
Hall
7.S. - Poster walk: Health workforce
7.S.2 - “Laboratorium Repository”: a training tool for the Healthcare Workforce
Guglielmo Arzilli - Italy

7.S.3 - Mental well-being of healthcare workers in two hospital districts with differing COVID-19 incidence
Noora Rantanen - Finland

7.S.4 - The quantity of doctors in Denmark by 2045?
Ulrik Hesse - Denmark

7.S.5 - Interprofessional collaboration in Austrian primary care: an analysis of requirements and challenges
Melanie Roth - Austria

7.S.6 - Dealing with staff diversity in German hospitals: A comparative analysis of doctors and nurses
Lisa Peppler - Germany

7.S.7 - Diversity Competence in Healthcare: A minimal definition
Sandra Ziegler - Germany

7.S.8 - General paediatrics: motives and concerns of medical students on the career pathway
Lenka Šlegerová - Czechia

7.S.9 - Nurse understaffing and short work experience as predictors of healthcare-associated infections
Laura Peutere - Finland

7.S.10 - Training needs assessment of European healthcare workers on vaccinology and vaccine acceptance
Andrea Paladini - Italy

7.S.11 - Intention to quit health related studies
Elisabeth Noehammer - Austria

7.S.12 - Barriers and facilitators of pharmacy professionals’ public health roles
Diane Ashiru-Oredope - United Kingdom

7.S.13 - The role of ’satellite crash training’ in capacity building for migration health out of Europe.
István Szilárd - Hungary

7.S.14 - Data-driven health promotion at vocational schools –a model to promote health and wellbeing
Clara Heinze - Denmark

7.S.15 - Racism-critical self-reflection of professors of public health in Germany
Hürrem Tezcan-Güntekin - Germany

Fri 11th
16:40-17:40
Hall
8.R. - Poster walk: Health promotion: innovative approaches
8.R.1 - Physical activity change across retirement by device measured work-related and commuting activity
Sanna Pasanen - Finland

8.R.2 - Determinants of cigarette and e-cigarette use among youth and young adults-PolNicoYouth study results
Anna Tyrańska-Fobke - Poland

8.R.3 - Choosing non-institutional sources of information about childhood vaccines. A cross-sectional study
Corrado De Vito - Italy

8.R.4 - Trust in societal factors and vaccine hesitancy in Western Balkans
Sanja Matovic Miljanovic - Serbia

8.R.5 - Development and early results of a comprehensive sexuality education experience in Italian schools
Alice Chinelli - Italy

8.R.6 - Health literacy and gender differences in colorectal cancer screening
Patrizio Zanobini - Italy

8.R.7 - Implementation, home mediators and children’s sugary drink consumption - results from DAGIS study
Reetta Lehto - Finland

8.R.8 - Changes in dietary habits after a six-months intervention study among overweight and obese children
Tonje Holte Stea - Norway

8.R.9 - Health literacy of organisations – a cornerstone for fair health outcome
Maria Magnusson - Sweden

8.R.10 - Telemedicine and eHealth Literacy in the Era of COVID-19 in a Peripheral Clinic in Israel
Keren Dopelt - Israel

8.R.11 - Health sciences students’ Covid-19 digital health literacy – information reliability evaluation
Nikoleta Leventi - Bulgaria

8.R.12 - Supporting patient involvement in health service research: development of a methodological guidance
Marie Dauvrin - Belgium

8.R.13 - The use of digital tools to promote health in children: A systematic review of intervention studies
Giacomo Pietro Vigezzi - Italy

8.R.14 - Recreational walking and the perceived local environment among socioeconomic disadvantaged adults
Suzannah D'Hooghe - Belgium

8.R.15 - Implementation gaps of the Portuguese National Health Plan: a stakeholders’ perception analysis
Alexandra Costa - Portugal

Fri 11th
16:40-17:40
Hall
8.S. - Poster walk: Migrant health
8.S.1 - Exploring barriers to vaccine delivery in adult migrants: a qualitative study in primary care
Sally Hargreaves - United Kingdom

8.S.2 - The Italian Roma, Sinti and Travellers Health Project for equity in access to care
Alessandra Diodati - Italy

8.S.3 - The vulnerability of migrants living in large urban areas to COVID-19: Exacerbators and mitigators
Lisa Hitch - United States

8.S.4 - (Un)safety of LGBT+ asylum seekers in asylum accommodations in Germany
Franziska Gartner - Netherlands

8.S.5 - Social support and poverty alleviation among asylum-seekers and refugees in Wales
Mike Wells - United Kingdom

8.S.6 - Do newly arrived migrants represent a COVID-19 burden? Data from the Italian information flow.
Leuconoe Grazia Sisti - Italy

8.S.7 - Assessment of mental health and psychosocial support in Ukrainian refugee minors resettled in Norway
Cecilie Dangmann - Norway

8.S.9 - Knowledge of HIV prevention biomedical tools among African immigrants in France: the Makasi project
Karna Coulibaly - France

8.S.10 - Breast cancer screening adhesion among migrants: a matter of communication strategy?
Stefania Banzola - Italy

8.S.11 - Occupational role and Covid-19 among foreign-born healthcare workers: a registry-based study
Chioma Nwaru - Sweden

8.S.12 - Health Status and Self‑Perception of Health in Czech Roma Community
Ekaterina Volevach - Czechia

8.S.13 - The use of social media platforms by migrant populations during the COVID-19 pandemic
Sally Hargreaves - United Kingdom

8.S.14 - Developing Public Health Promotions on Social Networking Sites with Young Immigrant Women
Rita Agdal - Norway

8.S.15 - Navigating to support: experiences of forced migrant survivors of sexual and gender-based violence
Anna Perez Aronsson - Sweden


Poster walks - Saturday 12th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Hall
9.R. - Poster walk: Mental health 1
9.R.1 - Is mental health coverage in other high-income countries better than Medicare in the U.S.?
Munira Gunja - United States

9.R.2 - ProWell - E-training for teachers to protect students´ mental health during public health crisis
Christin Bohl - Germany

9.R.3 - Depression among survivors of 1988 Spitak earthquake in Armenia: a prospective cohort study
Anahit Demirchyan - Armenia

9.R.5 - Change in the financial situation of students during COVID-19 and its impact on depressive symptoms
Sarah Negash - Germany

9.R.6 - COVID-19 impact on familial relationships and mental health in a representative sample of adults
Giacomo Pietro Vigezzi - Italy

9.R.7 - Country-level determinants of gender differences in major depression and alcohol use disorder
Daniel Hagen - United States

9.R.8 - An analysis of hospital-treated attempted hanging and drowning in Ireland, 2007-2019
Philippa White - Ireland

9.R.9 - Risk factors for internet addiction among Croatian university students during the COVID-19 pandemic
Maja Miskulin - Croatia

9.R.10 - Preoperative anxiety and health literacy in patients applying to the anesthesia outpatient clinic
Mehmet Mutlu - Turkey

9.R.11 - The association of loneliness and social isolation with healthcare utilization in Denmark
Julie Christiansen - Denmark

9.R.12 - Care obligations, employment and mental health
Uwe Rose - Germany

9.R.13 - Risk factors associated with depression among French university students during covid-19 lockdown
Thibaut Sabatier - France

9.R.14 - Burden of Depressive disorders in Balkan countries
Aleksandar Stevanović - Serbia

9.R.15 - Burden of alcohol use disorder in Balkan countries
Aleksandar Stevanović - Serbia

Sat 12th
9:00-10:00
Hall
9.S. - Poster walk: Public health monitoring and reporting
9.S.1 - Sexual and Contraceptive Behaviour of Adolescents and Young Adults in Germany
Sara Scharmanski - Germany

9.S.2 - Temporal trends in adolescent sport participation in the south-east of France from 2001 to 2019
Maxime Luiggi - France

9.S.3 - Trends and serotype distribution of human Salmonella strains in central Italy (2015-2021)
Valeria Russini - Italy

9.S.4 - The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on tuberculosis case reporting in Kazakhstan
Mukhtar Kulimbet - Kazakhstan

9.S.5 - Major economic burden of musculoskeletal and connective tissue diseases in Slovenia
Marjetka Jelenc - Slovenia

9.S.6 - The HAPPEN Wales primary school network: Bridging the gap between research and practice
Emily Marchant - United Kingdom

9.S.7 - The Portuguese observatory on occupational psychosocial factors: contribution for public health
Claudia Fernandes - Portugal

9.S.8 - Changing life expectancy in Europe 1990-2019: Global Burden of Disease Study 2019
Nicholas Steel - United Kingdom

9.S.9 - Causes of death in Germany: A time series analysis of official statistics from 1990 to 2020
Diego Montano - Germany

9.S.10 - Social inequalities in multimorbidity patterns in southern Spain: findings from the DEMMOCAD survey.
Jesús Carretero-Bravo - Spain

9.S.11 - Standardized blood pressure self-measurement – feasibility study (MeinBlutdruck)
Tim Weihrauch - Germany

9.S.12 - Strategies to recruit people with selected nationalities for the interview survey GEDA Fokus
Carmen Koschollek - Germany

9.S.13 - The impact of perceived discrimination on subjective health among adolescents
Katja Kajikhina - Germany

9.S.14 - An analysis of RMNCH data quality on technological applications and methods to improve it
Harhini Harhini - India

9.S.15 - Trends in working years lost due to different types of work disability and unemployment
Taina Leinonen - Finland

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Hall
10.R. - Poster walk: Mental health 2
10.R.1 - Prevention of postpartum depression by promoting breastfeeding
Cristina Franco Antonio - Spain

10.R.2 - A German study on the impact of stress on interparental relationship strain after preterm birth
Alinda Reimer - Germany

10.R.3 - Perceived discrimination and mental health among adolescents in Germany
Miriam Blume - Germany

10.R.4 - Metabolomic component during pregnancy predictive of maternal BMI and mental disorders in children
Polina Girchenko - Finland

10.R.5 - Normalisation of mental health problems: Adolescents’ views on mental health problems and stigma
Veronica Hermann - Sweden

10.R.6 - Multi-method analysis of gender differences in psychological distress among the elderly during COVID
Ieva Reine - Latvia

10.R.7 - Poor School-Related Well-Being among Adolescents with Disabilities or ADHD
Sanna Maria Tiikkaja - Sweden

10.R.8 - Enhancing the understanding of parental burnout from an empirical and psychometric perspective
Katharina Prandstetter - Austria

10.R.9 - Managing Minds at Work: development of a digital line manager training programme
Holly Blake - United Kingdom

10.R.10 - Exploring ethical issues arising from a problem-solving intervention in the Swedish Primary Care
Ida Karlsson - Sweden

10.R.11 - Effect, economic and process evaluation of a mental health return to work intervention: study design
Fiona Starke - Germany

10.R.12 - Mental health care in the post-partum: differences between Danish-born, migrants and descendants.
Paula Santia - Spain

10.R.13 - Having mental health problems but not sickness absent: factors of importance among privately employed
Jurgita Narusyte - Sweden

10.R.14 - Job resources do not mitigate the impact of job demands for workers with depression
Patricia Ots - Netherlands

10.R.15 - Co-locating public mental health services in communities: a realist evaluation
Shamini Gnani - United Kingdom

Sat 12th
11:40-12:40
Hall
10.S. - Poster walk: Policy, politics and public health
10.S.1 - Transformation of the long-term care system in Poland in the light of the maps of health needs
Jan Olminski - Poland

10.S.2 - The frequency of UTIs in people who undertake intermittent catheterization: A systematic review
Floriana D'Ambrosio - Italy

10.S.3 - Anticipating & assessing adverse consequences of public health interventions - CONSEQUENT framework
Jan Stratil - Germany

10.S.5 - Tobacco outlet availability in Dutch rural and urban areas
Tessa van Deelen - Netherlands

10.S.6 - Public perceptions uncovered: engaging in decision-making regarding non-pharmaceutical interventions
Sophie Kemper - Netherlands

10.S.7 - Determinants influencing municipal decision-makers in Germany regarding community health promotion
Lisa Paulsen - Germany

10.S.8 - Swedish local and regional politicians’ views on their role in health promotion
Sara Svanholm - Sweden

10.S.9 - A decade of discordance: Assessing Canada's nutrition policy processes for voluntary agreements
Lesley James - Canada

10.S.10 - How effective are regulatory policies on digital alcohol marketing: a systematic review
Sandra Rados Krnel - Slovenia

10.S.11 - Preparing for the unexpected: Comparing plans for post-terror health response in Norway and France
Lisa Govasli Nilsen - Norway

10.S.12 - Impact of the kidney transplantation moratorium in France because of the COVID-19 pandemic
Vincent Bonnemains - France

10.S.13 - Public Health Guideline to prevent and control SARS-CoV-2 in schools: development and evaluation
Lisa Maria Pfadenhauer - Germany

10.S.14 - The role of socioeconomic status and political attitudes in the spread of Covid-19 in Austria
Anja Stradner - Austria

10.S.15 - European Reference Networks and integration into national health system: an inventory
Timo Clemens - Netherlands

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Hall
11.R. - Poster walk: The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic
11.R.1 - Flu and Covid-19: is there adherence to vaccination in target groups?
Domitilla Marconi - Italy

11.R.2 - Immune Response After Vaccination against SARS-CoV-2 in the Elderly in the Czech Republic
Hana Tomaskova - Czechia

11.R.3 - Attitudes towards mandatory vaccinations during the COVID-19 pandemic in Bulgaria
Stanislava Hadzhieva - Bulgaria

11.R.4 - Fear of infection or fear of protection – driving factors of COVID-19 vaccine uptake in Bulgaria
Stanislava Hadzhieva - Bulgaria

11.R.5 - Hand hygiene and HAI transmission in Piedmont, Italy: an observational study, 2017-2019.
Antonino Russotto - Italy

11.R.6 - Vaccination policy strategies before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: an overview
Jacopo Garlasco - Italy

11.R.7 - Using default opt-out strategies to undercover the unknown HCV infections: a scoping review
Gianluca Paparatto - Italy

11.R.8 - Impact of lockdown on football players’ injuries
Vittorio Falcone - Italy

11.R.9 - Dietary factors and risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection in the Moli-sani Study Cohort
Marialaura Bonaccio - Italy

11.R.10 - Parental perception about the pandemic impact on mental health of children: a cross-sectional study
Sonia Pinto - Italy

11.R.11 - Participatory development of inclusive health communication on COVID-19 with homeless people
Anabell Specht - Germany

11.R.12 - DHL as a Factor Mediating the Association: Covid-19 information Search & Well-Being Among Students
Tran Thi Mai Lien - Vietnam

Sat 12th
13:50-14:50
Hall
11.S. - Poster walk: Prenatal and maternal health
11.S.1 - Community Perceptions of Facilitators and Barriers to Post Natal Care access in Rural Laos
Monika Christofori-Khadka - Switzerland

11.S.2 - Using Intervention Mapping to develop an intervention to promote healthy child weight development
Camilla Thørring Bonnesen - Denmark

11.S.3 - Interaction between MTNR1B polymorphisms and lifestyle intervention on pregnancy outcomes.
Mireille van Poppel - Austria

11.S.4 - Impact of COVID-19 on maternal and neonatal outcomes: a population-based cohort study in Latvia
Irisa Zile-Velika - Latvia

11.S.5 - Dietary habits of pregnant women in Bulgaria
Rositsa Chamova - Bulgaria

11.S.6 - Late antenatal care initiation and neonatal outcomes in an ethnically diverse maternal cohort
Shuby Puthussery - United Kingdom

11.S.8 - Health professionals’ communication and Italian pregnant women’s attitudes to the Covid-19 vaccine
Carlotta Fiammenghi - Italy

11.S.9 - Knowledge, beliefs and experience of adopting healthy habits in pregnancy: a mixed methods study
Ourania Kolokotroni - Cyprus

11.S.10 - Breastfeeding and allergic disease at age nine in Ireland: An Irish prospective cohort study
Ellen Juliet Cosgrave - Ireland

11.S.11 - Assessment of maternal and newborn services in Uganda based on the Effective Coverage framework.
Marco Fonzo - Italy

11.S.12 - Birth defects and associated antenatal care factors related with 1st trimester of pregnancy
Irisa Zile-Velika - Latvia

11.S.13 - Health-related quality of life among five-year-old extremely preterm children with motor disorders.
Adrien M Aubert - France

11.S.14 - The influence of paternity leave uptake on parental post-partum depression: An ELFE cohort study
Katharine Barry - France