Wednesday 14th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 14th
7:00-8:00
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A. COVID-19 pandemic 9.A. - Oral presentations: Public health measures on Covid-19
Abstracts in EJPH
Action against environmental pollution through a healthy, green and just recovery in Europe
Vlatka Matkovic Puljic - Belgium

COVID-19 lockdown: housing built environment’s effects on mental health
Alessandro Morganti - Italy

How to foster cities resilient to the COVID-19 pandemic through Urban Health strategies.
Andrea Rebecchi - Italy

Public Health Policies and Global COVID-19 Outbreak
Ahmed Amir Belhouchet - France

Public Health measures to control the spread of COVID-19 amongst the migrant population in Malta
Tanya Melillo - Malta

Impact of lockdown measures in abating the COVID-19 pandemic: Lessons from India’s phased approach.
Rahuldeep Singh - India

Management of Emergency Services in Lombardy during COVID-19 epidemic using Business Intelligence
Aurea Oradini Alacreu - Italy

Management of the newborn baby of a mother with suspected or confirmed Covid-19 positivity
Rosanna Golin - Italy

Ethical review of clinical research protocols related to Covid-19 in Brazil
Ludmila Naud - Brazil

Wed 14th
7:00-8:00
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B. All for health, health for all 9.B. - Oral presentations: Processed food
Abstracts in EJPH
The impact of ultra-processed food on carbon, water and ecological footprints of food in Brazil
Jacqueline Tereza da Silva - Brazil

Mediterranean diet, sociodemographic factors and ultra-processed food consumption in Portugal
Milena Moraes - Portugal

Time trend (2008-2016) of food consumption based on the degree of food processing in United Kingdom.
Mariana Madruga - Brazil

Processed meat eater profile in a Latin-American cohort
Jenny Ruedlinger - Chile

Ultra-processed food consumption and risk of obesity in UK Biobank
Fernanda Rauber - Brazil

Associations of ultra-processed food and its consumption patterns with incident type 2 diabetes
Mingjie Duan - Netherlands

Influence of ultra-processed foods on prevalence of inadequacy in Portuguese adults and elderly
Renata Costa de Miranda - Brazil

Consumption of ultra-processed food and mortality risk in the Moli-sani Study cohort
Marialaura Bonaccio - Italy

Consumption of ultra-processed foods on free sugar intake of portuguese infants: the Upper Project
Renata Costa de Miranda - Brazil

Wed 14th
7:00-8:00
C
C. Digital health, health information and communication 9.C. - Oral presentations: Health information, communication and policies
Abstracts in EJPH
Development of a web-platform for dynamic monitoring of population health in Geneva: Specchio project
Helene Baysson - Switzerland

Digital epidemiology supported by GIS as a way for effective communication of the epidemic situation
Jiri Smida - Czechia

Participatory development of the food literacy intervention “GUSTO” for older adults in Germany
Felix Zastrow - Germany

Addressing gambling harms by reducing the supply of electronic gambling machines
Virve Marionneau - Finland

The association between Internet use and health outcomes in the population of older adults
Katarzyna Szulc - Poland

Each reading is a seed – prescribing books and links at the School of Patients DF
Estevao Cubas-Rolim - Brazil

Podcast as a strategy for disseminating and engaging girls in science, technology and public health
Nathállia Gameiro - Brazil

Public health observatories as information and communication networks for health policies
Marcele Paim - Brazil

Positive Choices: Addressing the evidence-practice gap in alcohol and other drug prevention
Smriti Nepal - Australia

Wed 14th
7:00-8:00
D
D. Environmental health, urban health, climate change, health determinants and Sustainable Development Goals 9.D. - Oral presentations: Urban Health and communities
Abstracts in EJPH
Multidisciplinary community approach to reduce cardiovascular risk factors in a neighborhood in Rome
Floriana D'Ambrosio - Italy

Developing a national framework for community involvement in health promotion in Tajikistan
Gulzira Karimova - Tajikistan

Building an evidence-base decision-making framework for municipalities through public health research
Eduardo Freire Rodrigues - Portugal

Unraveling community engagement in health promotion among vulnerable families: a multiple case study
Lette Hogeling - Netherlands

New competences to manage Urban Health: Health City Manager core curriculum
Chiara Spinato - Italy

Perspectives and attitude towards infertility by market women in metropolitan Lagos, Nigeria
Maria Afadapa - Nigeria

Inequalities in life expectancy by place of residence and its changes in Lithuania during 1990-2018
Skirmante Sauliune - Lithuania

Effectiveness and Satisfaction with Community-directed prevention of Malaria in Pregnancy in Nigeria
Ijeoma Okedo-Alex - Nigeria

An urban, community-based whole of systems approach to address childhood overweight and obesity
Nicola Maitland - Australia

Wed 14th
7:00-8:00
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E. Health promotion 9.E. - Oral presentations: Dental public health
Abstracts in EJPH
Effectiveness of protective measures on dental care utilization: analysis from linked database
Finaba Berete - Belgium

Poor oral health and incidence of disability: results from studies of older people in the uk and usa
Eftychia Kotronia - United Kingdom

Caries and fluoridated water in two brazilian cities in the first decade of the 21st century
Mariângela Cruz - Brazil

Oral health status and treatment needs of school going children in a tribal area in Southern India
Sophia Thomas - India

Association between malaria and dental caries in Brazilian Amazonia: a preliminary study.
Roosevelt Bastos - Brazil

Is malaria a risk predictor for tooth loss: a Brazilian Amazonia preliminar study.
Roosevelt Bastos - Brazil

Is psychiatric hospitalization an opportunity to deal with oral health issues in France?
Antoine Couatarmanach - France

The burden of oral disorders in Latin America from 1990 to 2017
Maria Jesus Rios-Blancas - Mexico

Disease burden of edentulism – Dental Clinic of Vojvodina, Serbia, 2008-2019
Tijana Lainovic - Serbia

Wed 14th
7:00-8:00
F
F. Health systems research, Universal Health Coverage 9.F. - Oral presentations: Primary care and community services
Abstracts in EJPH
Clinical coordination across care levels according to medical specialty in the Catalan health system
Daniela Campaz - Spain

Efficiency of groups of primary healthcare centres: a frontier analysis of primary care in Portugal
João Vasco Santos - Portugal

Primary care organizational model mix and avoidable hospitalization: an ecological study in Portugal
João Vasco Santos - Portugal

Are ambulatory care sensitive conditions a valid indicator for quality of primary health care?
Ilmo Keskimäki - Finland

Primary Health Care for Municipalities with High Rural Dispersion
Marta Cecilia Jaramillo-Mejia - Colombia

The contribution of case mix, skill mix and care processes to the outcomes of community hospitals
Kadjo Yves Cedric Adja - Italy

Public health services at community pharmacies and strategies for expanding the role of pharmacists
Irina Kazaryan - Armenia

Are large scale, urban, comprehensive CHW programs effective? The South African experience.
Leena Thomas - South Africa

Criteria for the equitable (re)distribution of basic health teamwork at the local level in Venezuela
Henny Heredia - Brazil

Wed 14th
7:00-8:00
G
G. Health workforce training and capacity development Julius Global Health (Netherlands) 9.G. - Workshop: Evaluation of scale-up of health systems interventions: what and how? Lessons for scale-up projects
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Kerstin Klipstein-Grobusch - Netherlands, Josefien Van Olmen - Belgium

Self-Management Approach and Reciprocal Learning for Type 2 Diabetes (SMART2D) - the contextualisation of evaluation methods
Pilvikki Absetz - Finland

Scaling-up Packages of Interventions for cardiovascular disease prevention in Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa (SPICES ) - implementation evaluation at operational level
Hilde Bastiaens - Belgium

Scaling-Up NCD Interventions in South-East Asia (SUNI-SEA) - the cost evaluation of life-style related NCD interventions.
Jurjen van der Schans - Netherlands

The Scale-Up of Diabetes and Hypertension Care (SCUBY) - large-scale evaluation using routine health information systems
Edwin Wouters - Belgium

Wed 14th
7:00-8:00
H
H. Infectious diseases, AMR, vaccination and emergency preparedness University of Western Australia (Australia) 9.H. - Workshop: Mandatory Vaccination Policies: Development, Effectiveness, Politics and Consequences
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Katie Attwell - Australia, Katharina Theresa Paul - Austria

“Transfer, Contestation and Conflict”: How Italian Regional and National Governments Claim and Challenge Authority in Mandatory Vaccination Policies
Marco Rizzi - Australia

Ambiguity in Swiss Vaccine Mandate Legislation
Michael Deml - Switzerland

Impact of Australian mandatory policies on immunisation services, parental attitudes to vaccination and vaccine uptake in a tertiary Paediatric hospital
Margie Danchin - Australia

Mandatory Immunization: Empirical Examination of Governance Instruments in 28 Global NITAG Network (GNN) Countries
Noni MacDonald - Canada

Charting mandatory vaccination policies worldwide
Samantha Vanderslott - United Kingdom

Wed 14th
7:00-8:00
I
I. Public health advocacy, policy and politics Tor Vergata University of Rome (Italy) 9.I. - Workshop: Healthy ageing and Public Health: a bound fate
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Leonardo Palombi - Italy

The bio-psycho-social frailty: a key to the integrate territorial and hospital care in Europe
Regina Roller-Wirnsberger - Austria

Frailty and social support: the care services response to aging in Russia
Evdokiaya Kholostova - Russia

The challenges of aging in China: is healthy ageing a key for medium-long term sustainability of care?
Yfan Yang - China

Reshuffling community prevention and care: a new model for healthy ageing
Giuseppe Liotta - Italy

Wed 14th
7:00-8:00
K
K. Public health monitoring and reporting / Non-communicable diseases Public Health Agency of Sweden 9.K. - Workshop: Public health monitoring and reporting – Examples of how to fill the gaps of health inequalities.
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Fatima Azerkan - Sweden, Malin Kark - Sweden

Health inequalities: Harnessing data and data linkage to bridge the gaps
Claire Sparke - Australia

Monitoring health inequalities to inform action- the Pan-Canadian Health Inequalities Reporting Initiative
Malgorzata Miszkurka - Canada

Health inequalities - Breaking down silos
Nina Lindqvist - Sweden

Wed 14th
7:00-8:00
L
L. Public mental health / Chronic diseases EUPHA-PMH 9.L. - Workshop: Mental Health of older people
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Johan Bilsen - Belgium, Jutta Lindert - Germany

Passive suicidal ideation in older adults from 12 European countries
Sunwoo Lee - Czechia

Prevalence of mild cognitive problems in Flemish Nursing homes
Patricia De Vriendt - Belgium

Monitoring changes in the organization of Dutch long-term care and their effects on the mental health and wellbeing of people with dementia
Henriette van der Roest - Netherlands

The impact of social stress and strain on cognitive function in older people
Jutta Lindert - Germany

Moderate exercise for Active Aging: results of a randomized controlled trial in people over 65 years
Mauro Giovanni Carta - Italy

Wed 14th
7:00-8:00
M
M. Vulnerable groups, minorities and migrants’ health Tunisian Observatory on Social and Health Inequalities 9.M. - Workshop: Migration and Health
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Chokri Arfa - Tunisia, Belgacem Sabri - Tunisia

Brain drain of Tunisian competencies: The case of health professionals
Lassad Labidi - Tunisie

Health promotion for migrants in Morocco: Progress, challenges et prospects
Abderrahmane Maaroufi - Morocco

Human trafficking among nationals, refugees and Migrants in Tunisia
Belgacem Sabri - Tunisia

Mapping refugees and migrants’ access to health care in Tunisia
Chokri Arfa - Tunisia

Wed 14th
8:45-9:45
Auditorium
PL3 - Leading the way to a healthier world
Abstracts in EJPH

Chair persons: Natasha Azzopardi Muscat (WHO EURO) and Carlo Signorelli (Italy)

 

Speakers/panellists:

Anna Odone (Italy)

Sandro Galea (USA)

Bronwyn King (Australia)

Jan Beagle (IDLO)

 

Read more here.


Wed 14th
9:45-10:45
A
A. COVID-19 pandemic EUPHA -IDC -CHR, WFPHA 10.A. - Round table: AMR and Cancer: Cross-cutting priorities for an integrated public health and primary care approach
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Julian Mamo - Malta, Elena Petelos - Greece

The Roadmap for Action on AMR
Zoltán Massay-Kosubek - Belgium

The patients’ perspective on coordinated action for cancer and AMR.
Kathi Apostolidis - Belgium

Lessons towards the Roadmap on Implementation and Sustainability of Cancer Control Actions.
Tit Albreht - Slovenia

From Point-of-Care Testing (PoCT) and vaccination to changing the care paradigm: The role of Primary Care.
Christos Lionis - Greece

Primary Care, Cancer and AMR: From prevention and diagnosis to survivorship and advocacy.
Bettina Borisch - Switzerland

Wed 14th
9:45-10:45
B
B. All for health, health for all University of Bath (UK) 10.B. - Workshop: Corporate influence on science – what is happening and what can be done?
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Mark Petticrew - United Kingdom, Anna Gilmore - United Kingdom

Understanding corporate influence on science and the use of science - presentation of a new typology
Tess Legg - United Kingdom

Using research sponsorship to skew the evidence base towards policies and interventions that favour industry
Alice Fabbri - Denmark

How upstream policy reforms enable the use of industry data and science
Anna Gilmore - United Kingdom

Governance of conflicts of interest in the publication of health research – perspectives on ways forward from a journal
Cat Chatfield - United Kingdom

Future mechanisms for funding research on unhealthy commodities – criteria for industry-supported research funding programs
Joanna Cohen - United States

Wed 14th
9:45-10:45
C
C. Digital health, health information and communication EUPHA 10.C. - Round table: European public health week: how to unite a continent to celebrate healthy populations
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Debora Miranda - Portugal, Maaike Droogers - EUPHA

Debora Miranda - Portugal

Thomas Dorner - Austria

Nicole Rosenkötter - EUPHA (PHMR)

Pasquale Cacciatore - EUPHAnxt

Robert Otok - ASPHER

George Benjamin - United States

Wed 14th
9:45-10:45
D
D. Environmental health, urban health, climate change, health determinants and Sustainable Development Goals EUPHA-HIA, EUPHA-PHMR, Public Health Wales 10.D. - Workshop: Health Impact assessment of climate change: monitoring and experiences
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Piedad Martin-Olmedo - Spain, Liz Green - United Kingdom

Assessing the public health impact of Climate Change in Wales
Liz Green - United Kingdom

Impacts of climate change on Public Health of the Mediterranean population
Shlomit Paz - Israel

Understanding vulnerability in the context of climate change – a Health impact Assessment Framework
Fiona Haigh - Australia

Indicators to monitor policy progress in health adaptation to climate change: do they really do the job?
Gerardo Sanchez Martinez - Denmark

Wed 14th
9:45-10:45
E
E. Health promotion GGD Amsterdam (Netherlands) 10.E. - Workshop: Childhood obesity: how to tackle this wicked problem?
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Arnoud Verhoeff - Netherlands

The Amsterdam Healthy Weight Approach: A whole systems approach for tackling child obesity in cities
Pasha Elstak - Netherlands

Sarphati Amsterdam: a dynamic research infrastructure
Joanne Ujcic-Voortman - Netherlands

Examples of lived experiences assessed by participative research
Arnoud Verhoeff - Netherlands

A Collaborative Learning Network of Cities
Pasha Elstak - Netherlands

Wed 14th
9:45-10:45
F
F. Health systems research, Universal Health Coverage WHO/Europe Investment for Health and Development, WHO/Europe Prevention and Control of NCDs, EPHA, EUPHA-FN, EUPHA-HP 10.F. - Round table: Transforming food and agricultural systems and addressing food insecurity in Europe
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Nikolai Pushkarev - Belgium, Urška Erklavec - Slovenia

Short introduction by the Chair
Nikolai Pushkarev - Belgium

Towards a European Sustainable Food Policy: correcting the ‘mismatch’ between agriculture and consumption
Tim Lang - United Kingdom

Dietary patterns for health and sustainability in the WHO European Region
Joao Breda - WHO Europe

Moving towards healthy and sustainable diets in Finland
Sirpa Sarlio - Finland

Civil society advocacy: the dynamics of food policy alliances in Europe
Ines Jordana - Belgium

Wed 14th
9:45-10:45
G
G. Health workforce training and capacity development 10.G. - Oral presentations: Health professionals shortages and migration
Abstracts in EJPH
Health workforce financing in Uganda: challenges and opportunities
Myria Koutsoumpa - Netherlands

Time trends in the geographical distribution of physicians, nurses and midwives in Europe
Juliane Winkelmann - Germany

A parameter-free population-dynamical approach to health workforce supply forecasting in EU countries
Peter Klimek - Austria

The Mobility Transition in Health Professional Emigration
Joseph Nwadiuko - United States

Agreement towards task sharing among gynecologist and general practitioners in north-eastern Germany
Lorena Dini - Germany

Outflow management of health professionals in Serbia: survey results from a tertiary-level hospital
Milena Šantrić Milićević - Serbia

Strengthening the public health workforce in Slovakia through professionalization
Zuzana Katreniakova - Slovakia

Repercussion of the departure of Cuban doctors from the More Doctors Program in Paraíba - Brazil
Ricardo Soares - Brazil

Wed 14th
9:45-10:45
H
H. Infectious diseases, AMR, vaccination and emergency preparedness 10.H. - Oral presentations: Epidemiology of infectious diseases
Abstracts in EJPH
We still don´t know who bleeds in Dengue. A systematic review oft he literature.
Johannes Boucsein - Germany

Why is syphilis rising in Europe? Multi-level modelling of alternative hypotheses in 31 countries
Ana Mendez-Lopez - Spain

Characteristics of pregnant women infected with Zika virus in two representative regions of Colombia
Jovana Alexandra Ocampo Cañas - Colombia

Are international travelers from Portugal aware of malaria? Pre-travel assessment between 2019-2020
Filipa Malcata - Portugal

Environmental and climatic risk factors for cystic and alveolar echinococcosis in Kyrgyzstan
Giulia Paternoster - Switzerland

Characterization of emerging predominant HFMD pathogen, coxsackievirus A6 in mainland China
Yang Song - China

The epidemiology of chlamydia, gonorrhoea and syphilis in Portugal: where do we go from now?
Tiago Bandeira - Portugal

Factors associated with coinfection and reinfection by chlamydia, gonorrhoea and syphilis in Portugal
Tiago Bandeira - Portugal

Wed 14th
9:45-10:45
I
I. Public health advocacy, policy and politics 10.I. - Oral presentations: Health promoting policies
Abstracts in EJPH
Study of the impact of anti-tobacco legislation on public health in the Russian Federation
Tatiana Agishina - Russia

Key characteristics of an effective road safety management system
Mehdi Shafieian - Iran

Health governance: lessons from a conclusive experience of a breast cancer screening in Constantine
Dalal Boudrioua - Algeria

Health promotion in Latin America: an institutional overview from planning to action
Flavio Tristão - Brazil

Politicians’ view on their role in promoting health – developing a questionnaire
Sara Svanholm - Sweden

A policy analysis of the chronic care policies in Belgium.
Katrien Danhieux - Belgium

Opportunities for drowning interventions using existing government policy and programmes in India
Medhavi Gupta - India

Top 10 successes in public health in Australia tool to promote policy and funding breakthroughs
Terry Slevin - Australia

International benchmarking for health policy evaluation: the French National Health Strategy
Lorenza Luciano - France

Wed 14th
9:45-10:45
K
K. Public health monitoring and reporting / Non-communicable diseases 10.K. - Oral presentations: Non-communicable diseases, data, research
Abstracts in EJPH
Clinical profile of home-based care patients in a Brazilian cohort
Amanda Botelho - Brazil

Post-stroke epilepsy and mortality: an observational study on healthcare administrative database.
Ippazio Cosimo Antonazzo - Italy

Risk factors for death within 90 days of Clostridium difficile infection
Michał Żurek - Poland

Utility of data-driven clusters for the prevention of type 2 diabetes
Diego Yacaman-Mendez - Sweden

Assessment of paediatric hypercholesterolemia with a clinical data warehouse.
Thibault Dhalluin - France

The Association of Socio-demographic Determinants and Mammography Screening in women in Serbia
Sonja Susnjevic - Serbia

Association of long-term care utilization and functional ability in older adults
Kay Thwe Kyaw - United States

Towards NCD surveillance in Germany – diabetes as a paradigm
Lukas Reitzle - Germany

Malignant mesotheliomas in residents in the National Priority Contaminated Sites in Tuscany
Elisabetta Chellini - Italy

Wed 14th
9:45-10:45
L
L. Public mental health / Chronic diseases 10.L. - Oral presentations: Maternal, child and adolescent public mental health
Abstracts in EJPH
The prevalence of common mental disorders and service utilization among young Swiss adults
Meichun Mohler-Kuo - Switzerland

Description of psychiatric diagnoses attendances among children in French ED
Cécile Forgeot - France

Mental health from childhood to adulthood: Results of the 11-year follow-up of the BELLA study
Anne Wüstner - Germany

Maternal mental health and partner delivered massage: a pilot study
Helen Hall - Australia

Prevalence of antenatal depression in South Asia: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Shuby Puthussery - United Kingdom

Preventing postpartum depression using an educational video on infant crying
Satomi Doi - Japan

Wed 14th
9:45-10:45
M
M. Vulnerable groups, minorities and migrants’ health 10.M. - Oral presentations: Minority health
Abstracts in EJPH
Sexual and gender minorities among students in Italy: population estimate and risk behaviours
Marco Fonzo - Italy

Indigenous suicide in Brazil, the self-killing of a vulnerable population
Rita de Cássia Oliveira Saldanha - Brazil

Predictors of exclusive breastfeeding in Roma and non-Roma population in Serbia
Željka Stamenković - Serbia

Southwest US Latinas’ Weight Health: A Randomized Controlled Trial to Evaluate the De Las Mías App
Everly Macario - United States

Indigenous community engagement for drug law reformation
Alexa Forrest-Pain - New Zealand

Risk for HIV acquisition among sub-Saharan African migrant travelers in Belgium and Portugal
Sonia Dias - Portugal

A qualitative review of maternal health care provision for migrant and refugee women
Anne Kasper - Germany


Join the network meetings - Wednesday 14th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 14th
11:00-12:00
via Zoom
EUPHA-FS JTN4 - Join the network meeting EUPHA Foresight section

EUPHA sections are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA sections are inviting you to Join the network and attend their annual meeting. These meetings are open to all delegates.

 

A list with Zoom links and access codes for all the JTN section meetings will be available at the EUPHA booth in the Congress platform under the sign "Schedule of sessions led by EUPHA". Please note that the maximum number of attendants is 100!

 

More information on the sections can be found here https://eupha.org/sections


Wed 14th
11:00-12:00
via Zoom
EUPHA-PHMR JTN5 - Join the network meeting EUPHA Public health monitoring and reporting section

EUPHA sections are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA sections are inviting you to Join the network and attend their annual meeting. These meetings are open to all delegates.

 

A list with Zoom links and access codes for all the JTN section meetings will be available at the EUPHA booth in the Congress platform under the sign "Schedule of sessions led by EUPHA". Please note that the maximum number of attendants is 100!

 

More information on the sections can be found here https://eupha.org/sections


Wed 14th
11:00-12:00
via Zoom
EUPHAnxt JTN6 - Join the network meeting EUPHAnxt

EUPHA sections are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA sections are inviting you to Join the network and attend their annual meeting. These meetings are open to all delegates.

 

A list with Zoom links and access codes for all the JTN section meetings will be available at the EUPHA booth in the Congress platform under the sign "Schedule of sessions led by EUPHA". Please note that the maximum number of attendants is 100!

 

More information on the sections can be found here https://eupha.org/sections



World Leadership Dialogue - Wednesday 14th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 14th
11:00-12:00
Auditorium
H. Infectious diseases, AMR, vaccination and emergency preparedness MSD WLD007 - Using a systems lens to understand and operationalise the societal value of vaccination – Lessons from different health systems

Speakers:

Walter Ricciardi

Chiara de Waure

 

Discussants:

Dr. Siddhartha Datta, Head of the WHO EURO vaccination preventable diseases programme

Professor Luigi Siciliani, Department of Economics and Related Studies, University of York

Professor Mondher Toumi, Public Health Department, Aix-Marseille University, France

Dr. Julia Spencer, Associate Vice President, Global Vaccines Public Policy & Partnerships, MSD


Wed 14th
11:00-12:00
Auditorium
L. Public mental health / Chronic diseases EUPHA-OH, WFPHA WLD024 - Is sugar the new tobacco?

Chairs: 
Paula Vassallo - President of the European Association of Dental Public Health, Director of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Ministry of Health, Malta
Marta Lomazzi - Executive Manager WFPHA

 

Panellists:
Helen Crawley - Director of First Steps Nutrition Trust
Michael Moore - Distinguished Fellow George Institute for Global Health, Adjunct Professor at the University of Canberra, Australia
Manu Mathur - Senior Research Scientist and Associate Professor, Public Health Foundation of India.
Melissa Sweet - public health journalist and managing editor of Croakey Health Media, Australia

 

Please click here for the programme.


Wed 14th
11:00-12:00
Auditorium
I. Public health advocacy, policy and politics EUPHA WLD038 - Creating an ecosystem for public health: strengthening regional public health associations

Chair: Marieke Verschuuren, Secretary of the EUPHA Executive Council

Co-chair: Pasquale Cacciatore, EUPHAnxt

 

Panelists:

  • Miguel Lombera, Alliance of Public Health Associations of the Americas (AASPA)
  • Dominique Kondji Kondji, Executive Committee Member of the African Federation of Public Health Associations (AFPHA)
  • Iveta Nagyova, President of the European Public Health Association (EUPHA)
  • Nadav Davitovitch, Israeli Association of Public Health Physicians

 

Please click here for more information.


Wed 14th
11:00-12:00
Sustainable Nutrition Scientific Board WLD050 - Sustainable nutrition: a world top priority

The theme of the 16th World Congress on Public Health “The Future of humanity: Analysis, Advocacy, and Action” meets one of the main goal of the new-born Sustainable Nutrition Scientific Board: ensuring enough safe, nutritious food for everyone, sustainably and affordably produced. The WLD will offer an engaging discussion on the important role vegetable oils have in feeding humanity through the lens of Sustainable Nutrition, a novel approach which takes a look at health, nutrition and sustainability holistically.

 

Chair:
Olivier Jolliet, SNSB Member and expert in Food LCIAs and Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems.

 

Speakers:

Arne Astrup,SNSB President and Professor, leading Nutrition and Health expert.
It’s time to change nutrition guidelines”

 

Sebastiano Banni, Cagliari University, Dep. of Biomedical Sciences and Palmitic Acid expert.
“Physiological role of Palmitic Acid”

 

Stefania Boccia, SNSB Member and Public Health and Epidemiology expert.
“Personalized nutrition and scientific evidence in a sustainable perspective”

 

 



Wednesday 14th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 14th
12:15-13:15
A
A. COVID-19 pandemic 12.A. - Oral presentations: Public's reaction and mental health
Abstracts in EJPH
COVID-19 and staff mental health: is there an evidence? An Italian field study.
Nicola Magnavita - Italy

Implementing Health Literacy Intelligence during COVI-19 outbreak
Gisela Leiras - Portugal

Developing conceptual framework for personal responsibility for health in times of covid-19.
Isabel Pilar Luis Gonzalvez - Cuba

The effects of lockdown on lifestyle habits of adults during the coronavirus pandemic in Cyprus
Elena Philippou - Cyprus

Effects of Covid-19 lockdown on mental health and sleep disturbances, results from a Italian survey
Gianluca Voglino - Italy

Mental health interventions in healthcare workers in infectious disease outbreak-A systematic review
Drieda Zace - Italy

Youth-Led Efforts Against Infodemic
Omnia Elomrani - Egypt

Wed 14th
12:15-13:15
B
B. All for health, health for all 12.B. - Oral presentations: Salt and sugar consumption
Abstracts in EJPH
Sodium intake in Italy from 2008 to 2019: results of the CUORE Project-Health Examination Surveys
Luigi Palmieri - Italy

Total and added sugar intakes, sugar types and cancer risk: results from the NutriNet-Santé cohort
Charlotte Debras - France

Sugary drinks, artificially sweetened beverages and cardiovascular disease in NutriNet-Santé cohort.
Eloi Chazelas - France

A halve salt reduction intervention doesn’t affect the acceptance of school lunch
Margarida Liz Martins - Portugal

Sugar-sweetened beverage intake in relation to reproductive parameters in young men
Jonathan Kiwitt - Spain

Non-nutritive sweeteners in the food supply: changes after the first phase of the Chilean Food Law
Camila Zancheta Ricardo - Chile

Low-calorie-sweeteners in foods with front-of-package child-directed advertising in Brazil
Mariana Fagundes Grilo - Brazil

Success of reformulation and health education in reducing sodium intakes across socioeconomic groups
Mathilde Gressier - United Kingdom

Is the consumption of sweets a risk factor for thyroid cancer?
Maria Fiore - Italy

Wed 14th
12:15-13:15
C
C. Digital health, health information and communication 12.C. - Oral presentations: Health literacy and digital health
Abstracts in EJPH
Designing health risk assessment report for wellness clinic patients
Aashima Bhatnagar - India

A description of the co-design of an adolescent health literacy questionnaire for young people
Celine Murrin - Ireland

Psychometric properties of the Danish version of the European Health Literacy Survey Questionnaire
Marie Germund Nielsen - Denmark

Exploring associated factors of subjective health literacy in school-aged children
Torsten Michael Bollweg - Germany

Health literacy among first-generation Italian immigrants in Norway
Laura Terragni - Norway

Health literacy level among journalists and general population: a cross-sectional survey.
Armando Savatteri - Italy

Information about organ donation: the perspective of people with limited health literacy
Jany Rademakers - Netherlands

Evaluation of public health literacy in adults who applied for primary health care in Turkey
Ali Kılınç - Turkey

Evolution of Health literacy measurement tools
Elisabetta Corvo - United Kingdom

Wed 14th
12:15-13:15
D
D. Environmental health, urban health, climate change, health determinants and Sustainable Development Goals 12.D. - Oral presentations: Urban Health Impacts
Abstracts in EJPH
Forecasting emergency admissions in the city of Milan to predict overflow: a 2-day warning system
Rossella Murtas - Italy

Air Pollution Impacts on Health and Associated Costs in Lisbon, Portugal
Karina Camasmie Abe - Brazil

Universal Design assessment tool to promote well-being and inclusion in healthcare environment
Erica Isa Mosca - Italy

Quality Evaluation of Mobile Applications for Fine dust Management
Jaebin Lee - Korea, South

Namma Samudaya–tool for vulnerability assessment, mapping & evidence-based practice, Bengaluru,India
Vani Chalageri - India

Environmental Sustainability and Health: “TIPH - This is Public Health” at the University of Bologna
Flavia Rallo - Italy

A health impact assessment (HIA) on a new motorway bypass in Strasbourg, France
Derek Christie - Switzerland

Health and urban planning policy: mistaking symbolism for outcomes in New South Wales (Australia)
David Lilley - Australia

Wed 14th
12:15-13:15
E
E. Health promotion 12.E. - Oral presentations: Diabetes
Abstracts in EJPH
Using Structural Equation Modelling to Untangle Pathways of Factors Associated with Type 2 Diabetes
Mingjie Duan - Netherlands

Prevalence and correlates of elevated HbA1c in rural Zambia: A population-based cross-sectional study
Yukiko Tateyama - Japan

Health care renunciation in Tunisian diabetic patients, 2016
Ines Cherif - Tunisia

Health Providers’ Perspectives on Chronic Care Model in Diabetes Management in a Hospital in Nepal
Biraj Man Karmacharya - Nepal

Gaps in the continuum of care for diabetes in Mexico: findings from MIDO
Christian Razo - United States

Patient-assessed quality of care in type 2 diabetes in a German nationwide health survey 2017
Jens Baumert - Germany

The effect of COPD on length of stay and in-hospital mortality of diabetic patients
Giuseppe Di Martino - Italy

Subsidies for improving diet and population health in Russian Federation
Dinara Mukaneeva - Russia

Wed 14th
12:15-13:15
F
F. Health systems research, Universal Health Coverage 12.F. - Oral presentations: Hospital care
Abstracts in EJPH
A tool to identify potential primary care presentations in the hospital emergency department
Heike Schütze - Australia

Emergency room services for people affected by sexualized and/or intimate partner violence in Berlin
Laurette Rasch - Germany

Predicting difficult discharge from surgical wards: a cohort study in an Italian sample
Alessio Corradi - Italy

Predictors of preventable hospitalizations in an Italian hospital: analysis of administrative data
Federica Carfagnini - Italy

Association between ward-transfers and hospital-acquired infection: a study using routine data
Estera Boncea - United Kingdom

Impact of clinical risk management in pediatric intensive care units: a systematic review.
Andrea Di Pilla - Italy

Analysis of hospitalization trends for ambulatory care sensitive conditions in Piauí/Brazil, 2009-18
Osmar Cardoso - Brazil

Management of bio-psycho-social frailty to reduce hospital use and improve survival of older adults
Giuseppe Liotta - Italy

Potentially Preventable Hospitalizations for Chronic Conditions among Youth
Tetine Sentell - United States

Wed 14th
12:15-13:15
G
G. Health workforce training and capacity development EUPHA-HWR, EUPHAnxt, ASPHER 12.G. - Workshop: Support4Global Health and SDGs in health workforce education: advocacy and action
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Ellen Kuhlmann - Germany, Monica Brinzac - Romania

Public health competencies in global health education and demand of the global health labour market
Kasia Czabanowska - ASPHER

Transnational collaboration for global health education: Romania as West-East hub
Marius-Ionut Ungureanu - Romania

Students as advocates of global health goals: the case of medical education in Germany
Annika Kreitlow - Germany

Transdisciplinary action for global health: the cases of vaccine hesitancy and Ebola epidemic
Tuba Agartan - United States

Gender and global health education, what is it about the Global South
Deborah Atobrah - Ghana

Wed 14th
12:15-13:15
H
H. Infectious diseases, AMR, vaccination and emergency preparedness EUPHA-CAPH 12.H. - Workshop: Opportunities for collaboration in improving vaccine acceptance among children and adolescents
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Danielle Jansen - EUPHA (CAPH)

Various vaccination policies: how to protect our children best!
Károly Illy - Netherlands

Organisational barriers to accessing vaccination services: a literature overview focusing on underserved populations in Europe
Danielle Jansen - EUPHA (CAPH)

Using human-centered design to improve the quality of vaccine communication
Barbara Rath - Austria

The challenges of communicating vaccination benefit and risk in the family
Frederic Bouder - Norway

Wed 14th
12:15-13:15
I
I. Public health advocacy, policy and politics EUPHA, EUPHAnxt 12.I. - Skills building seminar: Making the elevator pitch more effective: how to convince a policymaker in less than 2 minutes
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Maaike Droogers - EUPHA, Nina Bos - Netherlands

Policy makers panellists:
Michael Moore AM - Australia

Ricardo Baptista Leite - Portugal

Ending female genital mutilation – a city’s coordinated effort
Maria Margarida Paixão - Portugal

Understanding national barriers to climate change adaptation for public health- a global survey
Hannah Marcus - Switzerland

Qualitative appraisal of stakeholders’ perspective on diabetes mellitus policy in Jakarta, Indonesia
Aqsha Nur - Indonesia

Support for supermarket initiatives: cross-sectional analysis of the International Food Policy Study
Clara Gómez-Donoso - Spain

Mental health status of refugee children
Khatia Antia - Germany

Conclusions
Marleen Bekker - EUPHA (PHPP)

Wed 14th
12:15-13:15
K
K. Public health monitoring and reporting / Non-communicable diseases MHB (Germany) 12.K. - Workshop: Gender-sensitive and intersectional health monitoring and reporting: putting theory into practice
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Christine Holmberg - Germany, Gabriele Bolte - Germany

Why should gender-sensitive health reports be intersectional?
Sibille Merz - Germany

Suggestions for a gender-sensitive and intersectional practice of health monitoring and reporting.
Emily Mena - Germany

Prof. Greta Bauer
Greta Bauer - Canada

Prof. Olena Hankivksy
Olena Hankivsky - Australia

Dr. Nicole Rosenkötter
Nicole Rosenkötter - EUPHA (PHMR)

Wed 14th
12:15-13:15
L
L. Public mental health / Chronic diseases EUPHA-PMH 12.L. - Workshop: Addressing Mental Health Needs in the Context of Mass Immigration
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Marit Sijbrandij - Netherlands, Jutta Lindert - Germany

Understanding and comparison of self-reported problems of Syrian refugees in three countries
Naser Morina - Switzerland

Cultural Concepts of Substance Use and Idioms of Distress in Male Syrian Refugees in Germany
Jutta Lindert - Germany

A Lay Provider Delivered Behavioral Intervention for Syrian Refugees and their Children in Jordan
Richard Bryant - Australia

Group Problem Management Plus for Decreasing Psychological Distress in Syrian Refugees in Turkey
Ceren Acarturk - Turkey

Problem Management Plus (PM+) for Syrian refugees in the Netherlands
Marit Sijbrandij - Netherlands

Wed 14th
12:15-13:15
M
M. Vulnerable groups, minorities and migrants’ health University of Copenhagen (Denmark) 12.M. - Workshop: Health and integration of young refugees in Nordic Welfare countries – an equity perspective
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Allan Krasnik - EUPHA (MIG)

Integration of refugees: the interactive dynamics of health, education and employment
Signe Smith Jervelund - Denmark

Educational trends, patterns of employment and selected health indicators among young refugees
Andrea Dunlavy - Sweden

Health reception policies for asylum-seeking and refugee children in the Nordic countries
Camilla Michaëlis - Denmark

Young refugees’ pathways in(to) education - teacher and student voices: opportunities and dilemmas
Ketil Eide - Norway

Two-way labour market integration? Perspectives on youth with a refugee background and employers
Eveliina Lyytinen - Finland


Join the network meetings - Wednesday 14th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 14th
13:15-14:15
via Zoom
EUPHA-HSR JTN7 - Join the network meeting EUPHA Health services research section

EUPHA sections are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA sections are inviting you to Join the network and attend their annual meeting. These meetings are open to all delegates.

 

A list with Zoom links and access codes for all the JTN section meetings will be available at the EUPHA booth in the Congress platform under the sign "Schedule of sessions led by EUPHA". Please note that the maximum number of attendants is 100!

 

More information on the sections can be found here https://eupha.org/sections


Wed 14th
13:15-14:15
via Zoom
EUPHA-ECO JTN8 - Join the network meeting EUPHA Public health economics section

EUPHA sections are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA sections are inviting you to Join the network and attend their annual meeting. These meetings are open to all delegates.

 

A list with Zoom links and access codes for all the JTN section meetings will be available at the EUPHA booth in the Congress platform under the sign "Schedule of sessions led by EUPHA". Please note that the maximum number of attendants is 100!

 

More information on the sections can be found here https://eupha.org/sections


Wed 14th
13:15-14:15
via Zoom
EUPHA-PMH JTN9 - Join the network meeting EUPHA Public mental health section

EUPHA sections are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA sections are inviting you to Join the network and attend their annual meeting. These meetings are open to all delegates.

 

A list with Zoom links and access codes for all the JTN section meetings will be available at the EUPHA booth in the Congress platform under the sign "Schedule of sessions led by EUPHA". Please note that the maximum number of attendants is 100!

 

More information on the sections can be found here https://eupha.org/sections



Satellite sessions - Wednesday 14th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 14th
13:15-14:15
Auditorium
Seqirus SAT002 - Protecting the most vulnerable against 2020-21 influenza: The opening move

Currently there is an official start to influenza surveillance activities in several countries of the Northern Hemisphere. The 2020-21 influenza season is expected to be exceptional, as influenza virus will co-circulate with the SARS-CoV-19. In this Symposium different stakeholders are invited to discuss the most appropriate innovative tactics to minimize the burden of both influenza and COVID-19 from the global public health perspective. 

 

The 2020-21 influenza season begins. What should we expect from the increased vaccine demand?
Caterina Rizzo, Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital, Rome, Italy

 

Beyond the “one-size-fits-all” approach: a right vaccine to a right patient
Paolo Bonanni, University of Florence, Italy

 

Why to invest in preventive healthcare? The role of HTA in guiding effective influenza vaccination policies.
Chiara de Waure, University of Perugia, Italy



Wednesday 14th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 14th
14:30-15:30
A
A. COVID-19 pandemic EUPHA-IDC 13.A. - Workshop: Responding to COVID19 in Europe: a tale of five countries
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Aura Timen - Netherlands

Country Perpective 1: UK
Michael Edelstein - United Kingdom

Country Perspective 2: Italy
Anna Odone - Italy

Country perspective 3: Portugal
Ricardo Mexia - Portugal

Country Perspective 4: Poland
Maria Ganczak - Poland

Country Perspective 5: Sweden
Sara Byfors - Sweden

Wed 14th
14:30-15:30
B
B. All for health, health for all Observatory 13.B. - Round table: Beyond Health in All Policies: How the health sector contributes to the attainment of non-health SDGs
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Matthias Wismar - European Observatory, Scott Greer - United States

Tugce Schmitt - Belgium

Michelle Falkenbach - Austria

Nicole Valentine - Switzerland

Roshanak Mehdipanah - Belgium

Holly Jarman - United States

Wed 14th
14:30-15:30
C
C. Digital health, health information and communication Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona (Spain) 13.C. - Workshop: Epistemic and ethical innovations in public health research
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Angel Puyol - Spain

Using social network analysis to analyze obesity and other public health issues related to food comsumption
David Casacuberta - Spain

Solidarity and regulatory frameworks in (public health) Big Data
Angel Puyol - Spain

Abductive reasoning on humans/AI interactions in medical contexts
Alger Sans - Italy

Design epistemology as innovation in public health research
Anna Estany - Spain

Wed 14th
14:30-15:30
D
D. Environmental health, urban health, climate change, health determinants and Sustainable Development Goals EUPHA-ENV 13.D. - Workshop: SDGs in the focus of environmental and health issues
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV), Peter Van Den Hazel - EUPHA (ENV)

Environment and health as a driver of transformation
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Sustainable Development Goals and Global burden of disease stakeholders
Peter Van Den Hazel - EUPHA (ENV)

Urban Health as a Complex System
Gianfranco Damiani - Italy

Climate Change, Public Health impacts and the role of the new digital technologies
Luis Lapao - Portugal

Community Engagement: Reducing inequalities acting on environmental health. A Systematic Review.
Martina Sapienza - Italy

Wed 14th
14:30-15:30
E
E. Health promotion BZgA (Germany), Santé Publique France, RIVM (Netherlands), EuroHealthNet 13.E. - Workshop: How to improve the uptake of best practices?
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Yvette Shajanian Zarneh - Germany, Anne-Catherine Viso - France

How to build capacity to best use good/best practice
Djoeke Dale Van - Netherlands

A more comprehensive approach offering instruments in one portal to facilitate higher uptake
Christin Rossmann - Germany

Dissemination strategies: experience and lessons learned
Pierre Arwidson - France

The added value of European collaboration to improve the uptake of best practices
Alison Maassen - Belgium

Wed 14th
14:30-15:30
F
F. Health systems research, Universal Health Coverage EUPHAnxt, EUPHA-ETH 13.F. - Skills building seminar: “There is never a dull moment in science”. Designing engaging Responsible Conduct in Research courses
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Els Maeckelberghe - Netherlands, Monica Brinzac - Romania

Wed 14th
14:30-15:30
G
G. Health workforce training and capacity development 13.G. - Oral presentations: Health workforce and non-communicable diseases
Abstracts in EJPH
Predictors of breast cancer screening practice among female nurses in a tertiary hospital in Nigeria
Edmund Ossai - Nigeria

Nurse-led Continuum of Care for Diabetes Management in Nepal
Biraj Man Karmacharya - Nepal

Workplace violence, early neurological symptoms, and metabolic or psychiatric disorders.
Nicola Magnavita - Italy

Potential opportunities for nurse’s participation in cardiovascular disease prevention in Bulgaria
Marieta Todorova - Bulgaria

Multimorbidity patterns and quality of life across European populations: Results from SHARE database
Tatjana Makovski - Luxembourg

Cancer care coordinators in Poland: activities and role in the system. A cross-sectional study
Katarzyna Dubas-Jakóbczyk - Poland

How health system capacity shapes cancer outcomes in high-income countries: A qualitative study
Maureen Seguin - United Kingdom

Nurse students’ willingness and capability for oncology care provision
Stela Georgieva - Bulgaria

Mapping of education of health professionals in health promotion; a European survey
Kristiina Patja - Finland

Knowledge of stroke and attitude to activate emergency medical services: a cross-sectional study
Erika Carrossa - Italy

Wed 14th
14:30-15:30
H
H. Infectious diseases, AMR, vaccination and emergency preparedness 13.H. - Oral presentations: Screening and treatments
Abstracts in EJPH
Feasibility and acceptability in health centers of screening for chlamydia in deprived population
Emilie Lobertreau - France

Moxidectin, an alternative treatment option for Strongyloides stercoralis infections?
Daniela Hofmann - Switzerland

Feasibility of HCV micro-elimination: HCV test and treatment in two harm reduction services in Milan
Sara Mazzilli - Italy

The 8-item Morisky medication adherence scale: validation of a Portuguese version in HIV patients
Ana Aguiar - Portugal

Costeffectiveness of patient retention strategies for HIV patients on ART in Abakaliki Nigeria
Lawrence Ogbonnaya - Nigeria

Are vaccine shortages a relevant public health issue in Europe?
Antonietta Filia - Italy

Dengue Vector Control Campaign during post Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines
Joan Carlo Mayangitan - Laos

Pneumococcal and Meningococcal Vaccines - A SIgnificant Reduction of Peaditric Admissions and Deaths
Ana Elias - Portugal

Wed 14th
14:30-15:30
I
I. Public health advocacy, policy and politics 13.I. - Oral presentations: inclusive health policies and practices
Abstracts in EJPH
Cultural mediators are needed to fulfill Right to health for all
Maria Magnusson - Sweden

Macroeconomic policies as an opportunity to address health rights
Darko Antikj - Republic of North Macedonia

The economic consequences of decriminalizing sex work in Washington, DC
Amanda Srsic - Netherlands

Elevated voices and clean democracies: Community responses to the cannabis referendum in New Zealand
Janell Dymus - New Zealand

Introducing Critical Tiriti Policy Analysis: A new tool for anti-racism from Aotearoa New Zealand
Heather Came - New Zealand

Societal Impact of Pain thematic network – from European recommendations to national implementations
Sara Badreh - Belgium

Analysis of submissions to the EU’s public consultation on tobacco traceability and security features
Allen Gallagher - United Kingdom

State-level changes in wealth inequities in birth registration for children under five in India
Amiya Bhatia - United Kingdom

Wed 14th
14:30-14:30
K
K. Public health monitoring and reporting / Non-communicable diseases 13.K. - Oral presentations: NCDs, communication, empowerment
Abstracts in EJPH
Institutional ageism in global public health: causes, consequences and responses
Peter Lloyd-Sherlock - United Kingdom

Health literacy and mortality in individuals with NCDs: A 6-year Danish follow-up study (N=29.473)
Helle Terkildsen Maindal - Denmark

The social engagement framework for addressing the chronic-disease-challenge.
Tamara Alhambra-Borrás - Spain

Narrative medicine in the cancer care: implementation and impact
Alessandro Scardoni - Italy

Cancer information overload and multiple prevention behaviors
Martin Breyton - France

Intra-familial communication of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer information in Italian women
Maria Luisa Di Pietro - Italy

Wed 14th
14:30-15:30
L
L. Public mental health / Chronic diseases 13.L. - Oral presentations: Substance abuse, gambling, gaming
Abstracts in EJPH
Internet gaming disorder symptoms among Slovenian gamers
Špela Selak - Slovenia

Prevalence and associated factors of gaming disorder among pre-clinical students in a medical school
Atalay Aktuna - Turkey

Associations of mental illness with smoking and vaping in university students in New Zealand.
Ben Wamamili - New Zealand

Sports betting in Serbia- National survey on lifestyles in Serbia: substance abuse and gambling
Jovana Todorovic - Serbia

Substance use disorder and the baby boomers: Does German outpatient addiction care face a change?
Sara Specht - Germany

Evaluation of hazardous alcohol consumption prevalence of university students in Turkey
Cüneyt Çam - Turkey

Mental Health Comorbidity In HIV-positive Zambian Adults Who Consume Alcohol
Tukiya Kanguya - Zambia

Use of general health care by people with substance use disorders in Belgium (2008-2017)
Luk Van Baelen - Belgium

Wed 14th
14:30-15:30
M
M. Vulnerable groups, minorities and migrants’ health 13.M. - Oral presentations: Youth and health
Abstracts in EJPH
Sexual assault, sense of belonging, depression and suicidality among LGBQ college students
Insa Backhaus - Italy

Impacts of international labor migration on the mental health and well-being of left-behind children
Khatia Antia - Germany

Mental health problems in refugee children in Netherlands: analysis of electronic health record data
Lilian van der Ven - Netherlands

Health and wellbeing of sexual minority youth – the School Health Promotion study in 2019 in Finland
Reija Klemetti - Finland

Training needs of health professionals working with migrant/refugee children: a qualitative study
Archontoula Dalma - Greece

Describing the objective and subjective mental health care needs of minor refugees in Germany
Alexandra Fretian - Germany

Wed 14th
15:45-16:45
B
B. All for health, health for all 14.B. - Oral presentations: Health at the workplace
Abstracts in EJPH
The number of years lost in 30-year work life spans of people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes
Mette Nexø - Denmark

Wage setting policies reduce food insecurity but only among labour market insiders
Aaron Reeves - United Kingdom

Tapping the perspective of employees with lower levels of education on sustainable employability
Inge Houkes - Netherlands

Health behaviours of education professionals: any room for improvement? A study of French employees
Marie-Noel Vercambre-Jacquot - France

Contribution of parental education and childhood adversities to midlife sickness absence
Aino Salonsalmi - Finland

Trajectories of sickness absence and disability pension in colorectal cancer: a Swedish cohort study
Lingjing Chen - Sweden

Occupational inequality in disability pension among persons with diabetes and comorbidity
Ingelise Andersen - Denmark

Job demands/control among people in paid work age 55-64 and their labour market status 11 years later
Kristin Farrants Östlund - Sweden

Disability pension among persons with chronic illness: Differential impact of a Danish policy reform
Jimmi Mathisen - Denmark

Wed 14th
15:45-16:45
C
C. Digital health, health information and communication 14.C. - Oral presentations: Health promotion and digitalisation
Abstracts in EJPH
Can digital technology help reduce smoke exposure and protect health in extreme air quality events?
Sharon Campbell - Australia

Evidence-based reporting, methods and content of allergy-specific digital training programs
Jonas Lander - Germany

Gaming behaviors among young people with visual impairment
Magdalena Wrzesinska - Poland

Ways of exposing the sexuality of university students in digital media
Marco Sousa - Brazil

Social engagement technologies and their use among grandparents and adult grandchildren
Janina Mueller - Austria

Using the TPB to predict gambling and online gaming behaviours in young adults
Giada Rizzo - Switzerland

Telephone triage data provides real-time information about flu outbreaks
Arlete Monteiro - Portugal

Online challenges, health risks and digital youth sociability
Tiago Coutinho - Brazil

#UsapTayo: Utilizing Tweetchat for Mental Health Advocacy in the Philippines
Yves Miel Zuniga - Philippines

Wed 14th
15:45-16:45
D
D. Environmental health, urban health, climate change, health determinants and Sustainable Development Goals 14.D. - Oral presentations: Urban health effects
Abstracts in EJPH
Development and empowerment of community health promoters in Prilep – North Macedonia
Vesna Shapkoski - Republic of North Macedonia

Urbanization, Poverty and Child Health: Findings from Taiwan Birth Cohort
Tung-liang Chiang - Taiwan

Residents’ perspectives essential for creating healthy neighborhoods in deprived areas
John Dierx - Netherlands

Mapping urban segregation and health disparities: a case study of two slums in Messina (Sicily)
Stefania Mondello - Italy

Health disparities by neighborhood socioeconomic status and the role of spatial spillovers
Louise Dekker - Netherlands

Assessing and implementing practical ways to address slum health determinants: Learning from India
Siddharth Agarwal - India

Urbanization and greenness in HBSC survey: association with overweight and obesity in adolescents
Valeria Bellisario - Italy

Health promotion in Swiss municipalities: towards proportionate universalism
Delphine Amstutz - Switzerland

Urbanisation is a main driver for Aedes aegypti dynamics and arboviral risk in Côte d’Ivoire
Julien Zahouli - Cote d'Ivoire

Wed 14th
15:45-16:45
E
E. Health promotion 14.E. - Oral presentations: Food and nutrition
Abstracts in EJPH
Meal delivery and public health nutrition: a comparison study in three international cities
Maartje Poelman - Netherlands

What is the role of community fridges in the UK? An exploratory mixed methods study
Shelina Visram - United Kingdom

Dietary patterns and their association with cardio-metabolic outcomes in US firefighters
Andria Christodoulou - Cyprus

Malnutrition and Socio-economic Factors in HIV Infected and Uninfected Under 5 Children in Zambia
Mwila Ng'andu - Zambia

Temporal variation in food consumption of Brazilian adolescents (2009-2015)
Daniel Henrique Bandoni - Brazil

Body mass index and total mortality in a population of Italian adults: The Moli-sani study
Francesco Gianfagna - Italy

The inflammatory potential of the diet is prospectively associated with subjective hearing impairment
Valentina Andreeva - France

Dietary patterns and risk of basal cell carcinoma: a nested case-control study within the SUN cohort
Maira Bes-Rastrollo - Spain

A pro-inflammatory diet is associated with the risk of cervical cancer in Italy
Antonella Agodi - Italy

Wed 14th
15:45-16:45
F
F. Health systems research, Universal Health Coverage 14.F. - Oral presentations: Mother and child health care
Abstracts in EJPH
Obstetric referrals to the regional maternity of Kasserine (Tunisia)
Jihene Sahli - Tunisia

The impact of informal payment on Caesarean delivery rates in obstetric care in Hungary
Zsuzsanna Veroszta - Hungary

Evaluating the long-term impact of an antenatal healthy lifestyle service:retrospective cohort study
Frankie Fair - United Kingdom

Why Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders remain unabated in South Africa: A qualitative study
Babatope Adebiyi - South Africa

Incidence, and mortality associated with primary postpartum haemorrhage in northwest Ethiopia.
Bewket Tadesse Tiruneh - Australia

Can the timing of hospitalization influence the outcomes of childbirth?
Lucia Kundisova - Italy

Promoting Antenatal Care: Identifying Policy Levers in Indian Context
Vanita Singh - India

Effect of birth weight, breastfeeding and growth in infancy on body composition at adolescence
Jonathan Nsamba - Uganda

Assessing Contact, Coverage, and Quality of continuum of care in Uttar Pradesh, India
Shubham Gupta - India

Wed 14th
15:45-16:45
G
G. Health workforce training and capacity development UK Faculty of Public Health, EUPHA-ETH, DGPH WG Public-Health-Ethik (Germany), SESPAS WG Ethics in Public Health (Spain) 14.G. - Workshop: Teaching Ethics in Public Health and Medicine – International Experiences, Concepts, Challenges
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Ilona Koupil - Sweden, Els Maeckelberghe - Netherlands

Variability in public health ethics education in EUPHA and ASPHER members
Frances Butcher - United Kingdom

Innovative methods in teaching Public Health Ethics. The need to adapt to the new times: from challenge to opportunity
Andrea Buron Pust - Spain

What does competent moral expertise look like in public health practice?
Farhang Tahzib - United Kingdom

Teaching Bioethics at the Medical School, University of Ibadan, Nigeria: Prospects and Challenges
Simisola Akintola - Nigeria

Wed 14th
15:45-16:45
H
H. Infectious diseases, AMR, vaccination and emergency preparedness EUPHA-SGMH 14.H. - Workshop: Ecosystems of HIV risk among key populations in Europe: empirical findings and solutions
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): John Pachankis - United States, Kristefer Stojanovski - United States

Stigmatizing policies’ influence on HIV risk through their effect on internalized homonegativity and health behaviors among men who have sex with men in Europe
Kristefer Stojanovski - United States

Experiences of discrimination among people living with HIV in Serbia
Sladjana Baros - Serbia

Women who inject drugs in Russia: stigma as a barrier in access to HIV and drug treatment services
Elizabeth J King - United States

Learnings from a decade experience of a community-based HIV and STI testing and counseling center in Lisbon – Portugal
Francisco Oliveira Fernandes - Portugal

Wed 14th
15:45-16:45
I
I. Public health advocacy, policy and politics InfAct 14.I. - Workshop: Strengthening the impact of national health information systems in policy and practice
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Herman Van Oyen - Belgium, Thomas Ziese - Germany

Prioritising health information needs in Europe: a Policy Delphi survey
Angela Fehr - Germany

Developing recommendations for good practice in national health reporting
Martin Thißen - Germany

A sustainable ECHI-shortlist
Mariken Tijhuis - Netherlands

Monitoring knowledge translation and the impact of HI in European countries
Marie Delnord - Belgium

Towards an EU sustainable health information infrastructure. Integrating technical and political views and interest
Alicia Padrón-Monedero - Spain

Wed 14th
15:45-16:45
K
K. Public health monitoring and reporting / Non-communicable diseases University of Western Ontario (Canada) 14.K. - Skills building seminar: Studying health inequalities: Intersectional approaches to quantitative research
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Greta Bauer - Canada, Mayuri Mahendran - Canada

Incorporating intersectionality into quantitative research methods in public health
Greta Bauer - Canada

Evaluating quantitative methods for intercategorical-intersectionality research: a simulation study
Mayuri Mahendran - Canada

Wed 14th
15:45-16:45
L
L. Public mental health / Chronic diseases EUPHA-PMH 14.L. - Workshop: Determinants of family mental health
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert - Germany, Johan Bilsen - Belgium

Well-being and Health among adolescents living in a rural area in Northern Germany (East Friesland) - Result of the WOGE study
Marta Natan - Germany

The epidemiology of child maltreatment and its association with mental and somatic health in Norwegian teenagers – a national survey among 9240 12-16 year olds
Gertrud Sofie Hafstad - Norway

ChildMove: Transit experiences and mental health of unaccompanied refugee minors
Ilse Derluyn - Belgium

Prevalence of suicidal behaviour and violence among young people
Marija Jakubauskiene - Lithuania

Wed 14th
15:45-16:45
M
M. Vulnerable groups, minorities and migrants’ health Observatory 14.M. - Workshop: Health policy responses to the European “refugee crisis”
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Bernd Rechel - European Observatory

Governance of health services for asylum-seekers in Finland
Ilmo Keskimäki - Finland

Shaping access to health care for refugees at the local level in Germany
Oliver Razum - Germany

Health services for asylum-seekers: evidence from countries of arrival, transit and destination
Kayvan Bozorgmehr - Germany

“Falling off the radar” – uninsured Chinese patients in Austria
Bernd Rechel - European Observatory


Join the network meetings - Wednesday 14th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 14th
17:00-18:00
via Zoom
EUPHA-ENV JTN10 - Join the network meeting EUPHA Environment and health section

EUPHA sections are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA sections are inviting you to Join the network and attend their annual meeting. These meetings are open to all delegates.

 

A list with Zoom links and access codes for all the JTN section meetings will be available at the EUPHA booth in the Congress platform under the sign "Schedule of sessions led by EUPHA". Please note that the maximum number of attendants is 100!

 

More information on the sections can be found here https://eupha.org/sections


Wed 14th
17:00-18:00
via Zoom
EUPHA-SSWH JTN11 - Join the network meeting EUPHA Social security, work and health section

EUPHA sections are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA sections are inviting you to Join the network and attend their annual meeting. These meetings are open to all delegates.

 

A list with Zoom links and access codes for all the JTN section meetings will be available at the EUPHA booth in the Congress platform under the sign "Schedule of sessions led by EUPHA". Please note that the maximum number of attendants is 100!

 

More information on the sections can be found here https://eupha.org/sections


Wed 14th
17:00-18:00
via Zoom
EUPHA-URB JTN12 - Join the network meeting EUPHA Urban public health section

EUPHA sections are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA sections are inviting you to Join the network and attend their annual meeting. These meetings are open to all delegates.

 

A list with Zoom links and access codes for all the JTN section meetings will be available at the EUPHA booth in the Congress platform under the sign "Schedule of sessions led by EUPHA". Please note that the maximum number of attendants is 100!

 

More information on the sections can be found here https://eupha.org/sections



World Leadership Dialogue - Wednesday 14th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 14th
17:00-18:00
Auditorium
F. Health systems research, Universal Health Coverage Observatory, UCSC (Italy) WLD017 - How do health and health systems benefit the economy? Country evidence from around the world

Chair:

Jonathan Cylus, European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, United Kingdom

 

Panellists:

Sanjeev Gupta, Center for Global Development, United States

Carla Bonahora, Ministry of Health, Argentina

Lydia Dsane-Selby, National Health Insurance Authority, Ghana

Walter Ricciardi, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy

Jo Bibby, The Health Foundation, United Kingdom

 

Click here for more information.


Wed 14th
17:00-18:00
Auditorium
H. Infectious diseases, AMR, vaccination and emergency preparedness Study Group of Hospital Hygiene (GISIO), SItI WLD032 - Global fight against antimicrobial resistance and healthcare-associated infections: major challenges to develop a public health road map

Chair persons:
Carlo Signorelli, University "Vita e Salute", San Raffaele Hospital, Milan, Italy
Ranieri Guerra, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland

 

Speakers/Panellists:
Annalisa Quattrocchi, University of Nicosia Medical School, Nicosia, Cyprus.
Miquel Serra Burriel, Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Prevention Institute, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Antonella Agodi, University of Catania, Italy - National Coordinator of the GISIO-SItI

 

Contact details:
Prof. Antonella Agodi - antonella.agodi@unict.it
Prof. Ida Mura - idaiolandamura@gmail.com

 

Please click here for the programme.



Wednesday 14th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 14th
18:00-19:00
Auditorium
PL4 - The Digital Information Revolution
Abstracts in EJPH

Chair persons: Isabel De La Mata (European Commission) and James Chauvin (Canada)

 

Speakers/panellists:

Maurício Lima Barreto  (Brazil)

Precious Matsoso (South Africa)

Martin McKee (United Kingdom)

Clayton Hamilton (WHO)

 

Read more here.



Satellite sessions - Wednesday 14th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 14th
19:15-19:50
Auditorium
Sanofi Pasteur SAT005 - True burden of influenza and prospects for prevention in older adults

The Flu symposium entitled "true burden of influenza and prospects for prevention in older adults" is structured in two parts of which the first part, related by Professor Gaetan Gavazzi, focuses attention on the burden of influenza under the tip of the iceberg and its cardiovascular complications in particular in the elderly population; the second part, managed by Dr. Sandrine Samson, enhances the excellent characteristics of the new high-dose vaccine which represents an optimal solution for the prevention of influenza and its complications with its indication currently valid for the elderly from 65 years of age.

 

Indirect clinical impact of Influenza and COVID-19 in older populations
Gaëtan Gavazzi - MD, PhD, Professor of Geriatrics, University Hospital of Grenoble-Alpes, France

 

High-dose influenza vaccine benefits for older adults
Sandrine Samson - Global Medical Expert, Sanofi Pasteur, France



Wednesday 14th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 14th
19:45-20:45
A
A. COVID-19 pandemic University of Michigan (USA) 16.A. - Round table: Responding to COVID19 in Europe: Politics and Policies
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Gemma Williams - United Kingdom, Scott Greer - United States

Responding to COVID19 in France
Yves Charpak - SFSP

Responding to COVID19 in Italy
Michelle Falkenbach - Austria

Responding to COVID19 in Austria, Germany and Switzerland
Thomas Czyprionka - Austria

Responding to COVID19 in Russia
Elizabeth J King - United States

The European Union’s response to COVID19
Anniek de Ruijter - Netherlands

Wed 14th
19:45-20:45
B
B. All for health, health for all University Vita-Salute San Raffaele (Italy) 16.B. - Workshop: Retirement reforms and health in an ageing society: outputs of a multi-partner collaboration
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Anna Odone - Italy, Giuseppe Costa - Italy

Pensions reforms: what does policy needs from science
Tiziano Treu - Italy

Life expectancy inequalities and their evolution in Italy. How these impact on the equity of the pension system?
Chiara Ardito - Italy

The impact of retirement on physical, mental health and wellbeing
Vincenza Gianfredi - Italy

Understanding the relationship between alternative pension systems and healthy ageing: cross-national and quasi-natural experimental analyses of 27 EU countries
David Stuckler - Italy

Wed 14th
19:45-20:45
C
C. Digital health, health information and communication FAO/WHO GIFT 16.C. - Skills building seminar: FAO/WHO GIFT: a global repository for harmonized individual quantitative food consumption data
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Agnieszka Balcerzak - Italy

FAO/WHO GIFT: increasing the availability, harmonization and use of individual quantitative food consumption data worldwide
Victoria Padula de Quadros - Italy

FoodEx2 enhances the harmonization of food consumption, composition and carbon footprint databases
Rita Ferreira de Sousa - Italy

FAO/WHO GIFT platform - hands on
Teresa Bevere - Italy

Wed 14th
19:45-20:45
D
D. Environmental health, urban health, climate change, health determinants and Sustainable Development Goals BZgA (Germany), Scottish Government, Public Health Scotland (UK), EUPHA-PHMR, EUPHA-HIA, JAHEE 16.D. - Workshop: The Place Standard Tool around the world – experience on impact, equity aspects and transferability
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Christina Plantz - Germany, Kat Hasler - United Kingdom

Creating healthy places with the Place Standard Tool – An Introduction
Kat Hasler - United Kingdom

The Leefplekmeter – Capacity-building for municipalities with the Dutch Place Standard Tool
Annelies Acda - Netherlands

Equity in local health: participatory tool to assess physical and socioeconomic settings in Spain
Ana Ocaña - Spain

The potential of the Place Standard Tool to foster healthy urban & rural development with an equity lens
Odile Mekel - EUPHA (HIA)

Wed 14th
19:45-20:45
E
E. Health promotion Centre de recherche en santé publique (Canada) 16.E. - Workshop: Preventing public health interventions from contributing to social inequalities in health
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Marie-Claude Tremblay - Canada, Josée Lapalme - Canada

Tobacco control’s effects on social inequalities in smoking: Moving towards a health equity approach
Josée Lapalme - Canada

Equality versus equity: Barriers to health care access for Indigenous populations in Canada
Marie-Claude Tremblay - Canada

Applying “Acting Within Contexts” to intervention evaluation and equitable intervention design
Caroline Adam - Canada

Wed 14th
19:45-20:45
F
F. Health systems research, Universal Health Coverage NAO 16.F. - Workshop: Expanding coverage and improving quality: health reforms and policy learning across North America
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Suszy Lessof - Belgium, Greg Marchildon - Canada

Canada’s health system: struggling to modernize a half-century old system
Sara Allin - Canada

Mexico’s health system: in longstanding pursuit of universal coverage and integration
Miguel González Block - Mexico

The US health system: on the brink of major change?
Thomas Rice - United States

Reflections on the policy impact of comparative health systems studies
Ewout Van Ginneken - Germany

Wed 14th
19:45-20:45
G
G. Health workforce training and capacity development 16.G. - Oral presentations: Health workforce specialisation
Abstracts in EJPH
Changes in health and ethnicity among health mediators in a primary care model programme in Hungary
Karolina Kósa - Hungary

Exploring young professionals hesitation to joint German public health service – a mixed method study
Jan Stratil - Germany

The future of family medicine in Romania- an analysis of health workforce in the primary care sector
Monica Brinzac - Romania

The Public Health Workforce in Portugal in 2019
Agostinho Moreira de Sousa - Portugal

Care integration as means for developing efficiency in budget constraints
Timo Sinervo - Finland

The specialised health workforce matters: how to adapt the WHO National Health Workforce Accounts
Ellen Kuhlmann - Germany

Variation in the scope of practice of primary care physicians in rural and urban areas in Brazil
Ana Cristina van Stralen - Brazil

Community outreach workers: Perceived practices and impacts on families and young children
Mathieu Roy - Canada

Wed 14th
19:45-20:45
H
H. Infectious diseases, AMR, vaccination and emergency preparedness 16.H. - Oral presentations: TB surveillance
Abstracts in EJPH
Delays in the diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis in critical and non-critical areas in Portugal
Andreia Leite - Portugal

A case control study for factors of Multidrug Resistant Tuberculosis in East Sikkim, India
Forhad Akhtar Zaman - India

Extrapulmonary tuberculosis among migrants in the EU/EFTA: Implications for policy and practice
Sally Hayward - United Kingdom

Factors related to tuberculosis delays: Evidence from nationwide retrospective study in Portugal
Mohammad Lutfor Rahman - Bangladesh

Capture-recapture study to estimate the true incidence of tuberculosis in Portugal, 2018
Mariana Perez Duque - Portugal

Tuberculosis: where and how fast are stone quarry workers infected?
Sofia Carvalho Sousa - Portugal

Selectively permeable national borders: An ethnographic study of a pre-entry TB screening centre
Jessica Potter - United Kingdom

Pulmonary tuberculosis incidence, trends and predictions in Monastir, Tunisia (2000-2030)
Cyrine Ben Nasrallah - Tunisia

Cost-effectiveness of targeted screening for active pulmonary tuberculosis among asylum-seekers
Louise Biddle - Germany

Wed 14th
19:45-20:45
I
I. Public health advocacy, policy and politics 16.I. - Oral presentations: Research ethics
Abstracts in EJPH
Co-design of data collection with participants of the Aberdeen Children of the 1950s cohort study
Marjorie Johnston - United Kingdom

Public preferences for involvement in the governance of health data
Cláudia De Freitas - Portugal

Research Fairness Initiative opens a new era for equitable and impactful research collaborations
Mohammed Al-Khaldi - Switzerland

Ethical challenges experienced by researchers in community-based participatory research
Elena Wilson - Australia

Experiences of humanitarian assistance programs with corporate funding
Jihad Makhoul - Lebanon

Industry funding of patient groups: a systematic review
Alice Fabbri - Denmark

Guidelines for Trustworthy AI application in clinical trials
Nikoleta Leventi - Bulgaria

Legitimising a ‘Zombie idea’: childhood vaccines and autism
Marco Rizzi - Australia

DNA debate. An online public engagement initiative
Chloé Mayeur - Belgium

Wed 14th
19:45-20:45
K
K. Public health monitoring and reporting / Non-communicable diseases 16.K. - Oral presentations: NCDs monitoring and reporting
Abstracts in EJPH
The fourth decade of life: the age for preventive strategies?
Sarah Cuschieri - Malta

The CUORE project cardiovascular risk assessment in primary care: the ongoing experience in Italy
Luigi Palmieri - Italy

Cardiovascular diseases burden in Italy, 1990–2017: the Global Burden of Disease Study.
Carla Fornari - Italy

Heart failure hospitalizations in persons with and without diabetes in an Italian region: 2008-2018
Piera Scampoli - Italy

Cut-off values of surrogate indices of insulin resistance as risk predictors for metabolic syndrome
Peter Piko - Hungary

Life expectancy and healthy life years associated with diabetes in Germany
Jens Baumert - Germany

Infections in diabetics: a ten-year analysis on hospital discharge records in an Italian region
Francesca Meo - Italy

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in urban and rural districts in the area of Wolisso Hospital, Ethiopia
Antonio Madia - Italy

Electronic cigarettes and respiratory diseases in Russian Tobacco Control Policy evaluation survey
Marine Gambaryan - Russia

Dynamics of multimorbidity in England between 2004 and 2019: a descriptive epidemiology study
Anna Head - United Kingdom

Wed 14th
19:45-20:45
L
L. Public mental health / Chronic diseases 16.L. - Oral presentations: Depression and schizophrenia
Abstracts in EJPH
Examining the impact of mental disease on type 2 diabetes outcomes: results from the EpiChron Cohort
Kevin Bliek-Bueno - Spain

Impact of clinical symptoms on the disability of patients with schizophrenia (Bulgaria, 2018-2019)
Silviya Yankulovska - Bulgaria

Depression, suicidal ideation and stress among Italian medical students: PRIMES multicentre study
Giuseppina Lo Moro - Italy

Trends of polypharmacy among older adults with schizophrenia in Quebec, Canada between 2000 and 2017
Carlotta Lunghi - Canada

Vulnerabilities for depression among older adults included in a large clinical trial in Brazil
Ehidee Isabel La-Rotta - Brazil

Prevalence of depression among older adults screened for a large clinical trial in Brazil
Carina Akemi Nakamura - Brazil

The effect of levothyroxine therapy on depressive symptoms in adults with subclinical hypothyroidism
Lea Wildisen - Switzerland

Depression and physical multimorbidity during the adulthood. Cross-sectional associations.
Jorge Arias de la Torre - United Kingdom

Wed 14th
19:45-20:45
M
M. Vulnerable groups, minorities and migrants’ health 16.M. - Oral presentations: Migrant and ethnic minority health
Abstracts in EJPH
Effect of group treatment on physical inactivity among Syrian refugees. Randomized controlled trial
Wegdan Hasha - Norway

No ordinary leaders - Analysing Female-headed households in Palestine Refugee Camps
Sara Valente de Almeida - Portugal

Racial differences in mammographic density in Brazil: implications for mammographic screening
Ligia Gabrielli - Brazil

Access to healthcare and self-rated health among refugees in transit and after arrival in Norway.
Jasmin Haj-Younes - Norway

Education as a contradictory determinant of mental health between migrant and national adulthood
Flavia Sesti - Italy

Overview of equity in maternal health care coverage by ethnicity
Nancy Armenta-Paulino - Spain

Do social inequalities in smoking differ by immigration status in young adults?
Jodi Kalubi - Canada

Subjective social mobility, quality of life and mental health of asylum seekers/refugees in Germany
Diogo Costa - Germany