Thursday 15th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 15th
7:00-8:00
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B. All for health, health for all PETRA 17.B. - Round table: Including public health considerations in trade and investment agreements
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - EUPHA, Franco Sassi - United Kingdom

Including public health considerations in trade and investment agreements
Anne Marie Thow - Australia

Richard Smith - United Kingdom

Amandine Garde - United Kingdom

Thu 15th
7:00-8:00
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C. Digital health, health information and communication AReSS Puglia (Italy) 17.C. - Workshop: I-Care Lab: Puglia scaling up in integrated care for the future of digital health and social system
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Giovanni Gorgoni - Italy

Assessing the digital health transformation with the SCIROCCO Exchange tool in Puglia Region
Serena Mingolla - Italy

The FOODia-Net Protocol
Elisabetta Anna Graps - Italy

Cross-border value-based innovation procurement in health systems: the Euriphi Project
Francesco Fera - Italy

Thu 15th
7:00-8:00
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D. Environmental health, urban health, climate change, health determinants and Sustainable Development Goals EUPHA-ENV, RHN WHO/Europe 17.D. - Workshop: Healthier populations through addressing environmental health topics and the SDGs
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Julia Nowacki - Germany, Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Conversion of industrial contaminated sites into residential areas –safeguarding health and wellbeing
Julia Nowacki - Germany

The importance and challenge of carcinogenic air pollutants for health risk and impact assessment
Pierpaolo Mudu - Germany

Monitoring the implementation of national climate action plans (NDCs) using the WHO CaRBonH tool
Joseph V Spadaro - Germany

Health care’s climate footprint: the health sector contribution and opportunities for action
Jennifer Wang - United States

Regions for Health Case study: Turning Welsh legislation for sustainable development into everyday practice
Catherine Weatherup - United Kingdom

Thu 15th
7:00-8:00
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E. Health promotion Euro Health Group (Denmark), School of Public Health and Health Management (Serbia) 17.E. - Workshop: Returning disease prevention and health promotion back to the table: from the 1980ies to the 2050ies
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Michele Gross - Denmark, Ulrich Laaser - Germany

The European Schools of Public Health: From theory to practice - two sides of a broken coin
Vesna Bjegovic-Mikanovic - Serbia

Gender responsive health promotion and NCD prevention – challenges and solutions in Kyrgyzstan
Silke Graeser - Denmark

Burden of non-communicable diseases and behavioral risk factors in Albania
Genc Burazeri - Albania

HIV-targeted health promotion: Can we learn from the experience in Tanzania?
Michele Gross - Denmark

Mapping the future of health promotion
Evelyne De Leeuw - Australia

Thu 15th
7:00-8:00
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F. Health systems research, Universal Health Coverage PHAA Women's Health Special Interest Group 17.F. - Workshop: Building preconception care into existing health services: challenges and opportunities
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Amie Steel - Australia, Danielle Schoenaker - United Kingdom

Preconception care from a public health perspective
Amie Steel - Australia

Dietary and lifestyle behaviours in the preconception period
Danielle Schoenaker - United Kingdom

Environmental hazards in the preconception period
Dwan Vilcins - Australia

Designing family-centred preconception services
Jennifer Hall - United Kingdom

Thu 15th
7:00-8:00
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G. Health workforce training and capacity development 17.G. - Oral presentations: Health workforce development
Abstracts in EJPH
Communication between health professionals and their influence on the coordination of care
Marina Mendes - Brazil

Evaluation of outreach worker's impact on Parent to Child transmission of HIV program
Rajendra Gadhavi - India

Interprofessional health education and its impact on integral healthcare
Cauê Silva - Brazil

Health status and regularity of preventive activities among working population in Bulgaria
Stela Georgieva - Bulgaria

Importance of work and diagnosis for economic well-being of disability pensioners
Anu Polvinen - Finland

Midwifery leadership, advocacy and action to improve maternal health in PNG.
Helen Hall - Australia

Re-imagining anti-racism in the health sector in Aotearoa New Zealand
Heather Came - New Zealand

The training of school-doctors in France: ways of improvement, lessons to share
Emmanuelle Godeau - France

Thu 15th
7:00-8:00
H
H. Infectious diseases, AMR, vaccination and emergency preparedness 17.H. - Oral presentations: Tools for vaccination strategies
Abstracts in EJPH
The use of geospatial tools to study the evolution of TB incidence in North Portugal between 2008-18
Agostinho Moreira de Sousa - Portugal

Area deprivation is inversely associated with measles incidence: A spatiotemporal analysis in Germany
Sven Rohleder - Germany

National immunization policies and practices for migrants in EU/EEA countries
Giulia Marchetti - Italy

The effect of reach every community program in dpt vaccination in two districts of mozambique
Andre Peralta Santos - United States

Impact of immunization campaign triggered by meningococcal outbreak – Tuscany, 2014-2018
Costanza Bisordi - Italy

Improving pertussis vaccination in pregnant woman. A new pathway in an Italian Local Health Authority
Luca Massetti - Italy

Rapid assessment of capacity building initiatives survey on –routine immunization in India
Abhisek Mishra - India

Preparedness and Response in Portuguese Emergency Plans - Interaction with Public Health
Gisela Leiras - Portugal

Spatial analysis of vaccination coverage in Paraíba in 2016
Lourdes Martins - Brazil

Thu 15th
7:00-8:00
I
I. Public health advocacy, policy and politics 17.I. - Oral presentations: This is all public health
Abstracts in EJPH
Root internalization of Salmonella Typhimurium in basil plants
Daniela D'Angelantonio - Italy

Food Waste reduction: a proposal from ATS Val Padana (Italy)
Gianmarco Troiano - Italy

Life course trajectories of weight status and risk of type 2 diabetes
Diego Yacaman-Mendez - Sweden

Roma socioeconomic status has higher impact on smoking behaviour than genetic susceptibility
Mohammed Merzah - Hungary

Pediatric metabolic syndrome definitions impact prevalence and socioeconomic gradients
Alexander Lepe - Netherlands

Child drowning mortality in the Sundarbans, India: Applying the Community Knowledge Approach
Medhavi Gupta - India

Thu 15th
7:00-8:00
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K. Public health monitoring and reporting / Non-communicable diseases 17.K. - Oral presentations: NCDs monitoring and reporting trends
Abstracts in EJPH
Trends in mortality due to noncommunicable diseases in Brazil and the sustainable development targets
Deborah Carvalho Malta - Brazil

Benefit and costs of surveillance on cancer risk patients: the example of pancreatic cystic tumors
Paolo Angelo Cortesi - Italy

The prevalence of neutropenia in chemotherapy cancer patients at a provincial hospital, Thailand
Yuthapong Suwannapong - Thailand

Time trends of risk and protective factors for non-communicable diseases in São Paulo City 2006-2017
Renata Scanferla Siqueira Borges - Brazil

Changes in pharmacological treatment and their effects on the control of type 2 diabetes in Mexico
Linda Morales - Mexico

Prevalence of renal function among patients with different glucose metabolism status in mexico
Linda Morales - Mexico

Social and psychological well-being of patients after cardio-surgical treatment
Elena Zemlyanova - Russia

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

Thu 15th
7:00-8:00
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L. Public mental health / Chronic diseases 17.L. - Oral presentations: Various mental disorders
Abstracts in EJPH
Trends in psychiatric disorders prevalence and prescription patterns of children, Alberta Canada
Brenda Leung - Canada

Relation between cognitive disorders and type of physical activity: Results of the FréLE cohort
Caroline Dupré - France

Aerobic or strength training and flexibility activities and mild cognitive impairment: CETI cohort
Caroline Dupré - France

A systems approach to reducing weight stigma
Emily Henderson - United Kingdom

Implementing mhGAP training to strengthen mental health in primary health care centers in Brazil.
Joana Mendonca - Brazil

Does early identification of work-related stress in primary health care effect pharmacy dispensing?
Pernilla Bjerkeli - Sweden

Prolonged family separation is associated with increased risk of mental disorders among refugee fathers
Camilla Hvidtfeldt - Denmark

Thu 15th
7:00-8:00
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M. Vulnerable groups, minorities and migrants’ health 17.M. - Oral presentations: Elderly health
Abstracts in EJPH
Interaction between physical activity and polygenic risk score for type-2 diabetes in older Americans
Mika Thompson - United States

Gender-related treatment gap in depression among the elderly: a study on 18 European countries
Luis Roxo - Portugal

The association between secondary care multimorbidity in mid-life and premature mortality
Marjorie Johnston - United Kingdom

Resilience factors associated with physical function in vulnerable older adults from four countries
Catherine Pirkle - United States

Factors associated with short term transitions in frailty status in the population ≥ 50 years of age
Johan Van der Heyden - Belgium

Effects of different types of retirement planning on the wellbeing of retired people in Taiwan
Nuan-Ching Huang - Taiwan

Physical activity benefits the elderly with Parkinson’s disease
Sunwoo Lee - Czechia

Physical activity promotion of elderly people as a complex intervention: supportive toolbox
Judith Tillmann - Germany

The Impact of early retirement, nation-related and personal characteristics on cognitive decline
Aviad Tur-Sinai - Israel

Thu 15th
8:45-9:45
Auditorium
PL5 - Health systems fit for the future: promoting better health, economic growth, and social cohesion
Abstracts in EJPH

Chair person: Walter Ricciardi (Italy) and Sheila Tlou (Botswana)

 

Speakers/panellists:

Natasha Azzopardi Muscat (WHO EURO)

Ruediger Krech (WHO)

Gita Sen (India)

Patricio V. Marquez (Ecuador)

Sara Cerdas (MEP, Portugal)

Katie Gallagher (EPF)

 

Read more here.


Thu 15th
9:45-10:45
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B. All for health, health for all 18.B. - Oral presentations: Sustainable food
Abstracts in EJPH
Legal and human rights-based approaches to healthy diets and sustainable food systems
David Patterson - Netherlands

A new simple way of food labeling in Israel
Zeyad Awwad - Israel

Nutritional critical points of the cook & chill system and development of corrective actions tools
Giulio Barocco - Italy

Creating health enabling environments in large, complex and competitive food systems
Jane Dancey - Australia

Television marketing of food and beverage targeted to children, Italy
Vincenza Gianfredi - Italy

Estimating diet costs: Bridging the gap between food supply price databases and dietary intake data
Gabriella Luongo - Canada

Food additives: distribution and co-occurrence in 126 000 food products of the French market.
Eloi Chazelas - France

Objective understanding of the front-of-pack nutrition label Nutri-Score by European consumers
Chantal Julia - France

Impact of Australasian voluntary front-of-pack nutrition labelling on packaged food reformulation
Cliona Ni Mhurchu - New Zealand

Thu 15th
9:45-10:45
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C. Digital health, health information and communication 18.C. - Oral presentations: Maternal and child health and digitalisation
Abstracts in EJPH
Co-designing a virtual community of practice (VCoP) for maternal and child health in Burkina Faso
Judith Lapierre - Canada

Healthcare workers’ and pregnant women’s perceptions of digital tools to improve antenatal care.
Sandra van Pelt - Netherlands

Analysis of maternal health indicators reported in DHIS2 database in Bangladesh during 2015-2019
Aminur Rahman - Bangladesh

Feasibility and effectiveness of electronic vs. paper partograph on improving birth outcomes
Aminur Rahman - Bangladesh

Mixed-method study on internet use and information-seeking during transition to motherhood
Nicos Middleton - Cyprus

Ownership and use of mobile phone and utilization of maternal health services in India
Susanna Gunamany - India

Risk factors for distress during online health information seeking behavior in parents
Christian Kubb - Austria

Shaping Baby Buddy Cyprus: eHealth literacy for the transition to parenthood
Ourania Kolokotroni - Cyprus

Perceived outcomes and SWOT analysis of a virtual community of practice in Burkina Faso
Judith Lapierre - Canada

Thu 15th
9:45-10:45
D
D. Environmental health, urban health, climate change, health determinants and Sustainable Development Goals 18.D. - Oral presentations: Economic determinants in health
Abstracts in EJPH
Impact of social prescribing on non-elective inpatient costs among a population with type 2 diabetes
Josephine Wildman - United Kingdom

Financial risk protection of individuals with private health insurance
Miriam Blümel - Germany

Impact of the 2009-2014 economic crisis on suicide attempts and self-harm in Portugal
Vera Pinheiro - Portugal

The impact of economic sanctions on health and health systems in low- and middle-income countries
Marc Suhrcke - Luxembourg

Economic burden of noncommunicable diseases attributable to risk factors in the Russian Federation
Anna Kontsevaya - Russia

Impact of financial incentives for primary care to give long acting reversible contraceptive advice
Richard Ma - United Kingdom

Privileged access to drugs in Russia and differential inflation of its monetary substitute
Vasiliy Vlassov - Russia

Out of pocket spending of deceased cancer patients in 5 European countries and Israel
Aviad Tur-Sinai - Israel

Thu 15th
9:45-10:45
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E. Health promotion 18.E. - Oral presentations: Health behaviour and life expectancy
Abstracts in EJPH
Regular consumption of red meat and health behaviors in the Brazilian population
Ana Maria Pita Ruiz - Brazil

Socioeconomic differences in incident metabolic syndrome in adults: the mediation of health behaviors
Liza Hoveling - Netherlands

Socioeconomic differences in metabolic syndrome remission in adults: mediation of health behaviors
Liza Hoveling - Netherlands

Can school-based, health behavioural interventions tackle health inequities in childhood?
Hans Bosma - Netherlands

Socioeconomic Inequalities in Health Behaviors among Jordanian Adolescents
Abdullah Alshammari - Hungary

The Functioning of Outreach Programs Of/On the Street and the Work Processes of the Nurse
Raquel Schettino - Brazil

Dietary polyphenol intake, risk of hypertension and age status in adult Russian/Siberian population
Irina Berezovikova - Russia

Life expectancy in the Emilia-Romagna region: an analysis of social and geographical variability
Chiara Di Girolamo - Italy

No change in life expectancy: the devil is in the detail
Marina Karanikolos - United Kingdom

Thu 15th
9:45-10:45
F
F. Health systems research, Universal Health Coverage 18.F. - Oral presentations: Patients perspectives
Abstracts in EJPH
Do patients value similar hospital characteristics and quality metrics for different treatments?
David Kuklinski - Germany

Building trust and enhancing localization to improve access to women’s health services in Afghanistan
Faiza Rab - Canada

Patient-reported outcomes in patients undergoing elective arthroplasty: the PaRIS-IOR study
Paola Rucci - Italy

Measuring efficiency of the German health care system from the population perspective
Julia Köppen - Germany

Frequency and patient attributes associated with ED visits within 30 days after discharge
Silvia Lopes - Portugal

Experiences with specialist clinics health care: a cross-sectional study among adult patients
Eva Murko - Slovenia

PROMs as an intervention – a randomised controlled study
Laura Oschmann - Germany

Multi-stakeholder perspectives on drivers of disrespect during childbirth in Nigerian facilities
Ijeoma Okedo-Alex - Nigeria

Patients’ perception of role of pharmacists in health promotion
Irina Kazaryan - Armenia

Thu 15th
9:45-10:45
G
G. Health workforce training and capacity development LSHTM (UK) 18.G. - Workshop: Feasible and effective anti-corruption for public health: from analysis and advocacy to action
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Martin McKee - United Kingdom

Toward a new framing of corruption in health systems in LMICs: what questions should we be asking?
Dina Balabanova - United Kingdom

Targeted Anti-corruption in LMICs: Developmental Governance and Health systems research
Eleanor Hutchinson - United Kingdom

What drives absenteeism among doctors in rural primary healthcare setting in Bangladesh? A qualitative exploration
Nahitun Nahar - Bangladesh

Title: Understanding Public Health Providers’ Preferences for Interventions against Informal Payment in Tanzania: A Discrete Choice Experiment
Peter Binyaruka - Tanzania

Influence of social-cultural factors and gender on health workforce absenteeism: a qualitative study from Nigeria
Obinna Onwujekwe - Nigeria

Thu 15th
9:45-10:45
H
H. Infectious diseases, AMR, vaccination and emergency preparedness EUPHA-IDC, EUPHA-HTA 18.H. - Workshop: Bringing evidence during Public Health Emergencies: addressing the challenge through HTA
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Elena Petelos - Greece, Carlo Favaretti - EUPHA (HTA)

The challenge of bringing evidence in decision-making for public health emergencies: can Preparedness reach out to HTA?
Catherine Chronaki - Belgium

Addressing the challenge of bringing evidence in decision-making for public health emergencies: can HTA reach out to preparedness?
Chiara de Waure - EUPHA (HTA)

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak: can HTA improve preparedness and response in emergencies with a high degree of uncertainty?
Claudia Wild - Austria

Lesson learned from an outbreak of invasive meningococcal disease: how HTA could have provided an evidence-based approach for public health response.
Alessandro Miglietta - EUPHA (IDC)

Discussion: Panel with all the speakers and Q&A from the audience.
Elena Petelos - Greece

Thu 15th
9:45-10:45
18.I. - Late Breaker: Misinformation in the COVID-19 era

Chair: Deepti Gurdasani

 

Panellists:

Carole Cadwalladr

Dominic Pimenta

Paul Kellam

Michelle Kelly-Irving

Debby Bogaert


Thu 15th
9:45-10:45
K
K. Public health monitoring and reporting / Non-communicable diseases COST Action CA18218 18.K. - Workshop: Burden of foodborne disease: methods and relevance of national studies
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Sara Pires - Denmark, Brecht Devleesschauwer - Belgium

Burden of Foodborne Disease in the Netherlands: from science to policy
Lapo Mughini Gras - Netherlands

Estimating burden of foodborne diseases where public health impact is higher and data scarcer: a study in four African countries
Binyam Desta - Canada

Using novel methodologies to support burden of disease estimates
Tine Hald - Denmark

Capacity building and support from international organizations
Peter Hoejskov - Denmark

Thu 15th
9:45-10:45
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L. Public mental health / Chronic diseases EUPHA-PMH 18.L. - Workshop: Public Mental Health Policies
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert - Germany, Marija Jakubauskiene - Lithuania

Community-based participatory research in population-based health surveys - a case example from East Friesland (Germany)
Felix Sisenop - Germany

Towards the development of a national Mental Health Surveillance System in Germany
Elvira Mauz - Germany

The service user voice in shaping mental health policy
John M Cachia - Malta

Mental health policy issues and development in Lithuania
Ignas Rubikas - Lithuania

Thu 15th
9:45-10:45
M
M. Vulnerable groups, minorities and migrants’ health EUPHA-SGMH 18.M. - Workshop: Institutional barriers and support influencing the health and well-being of LGBT individuals
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Corina Lelutiu-Weinberger - United States, Richard Bränström - EUPHA (SGMH)

Rapid-review findings of healthcare inequalities experienced by LGBTI people in 27 EU Member States
Laetitia Zeeman - United Kingdom

The Roles of Gender Affirmation and Discrimination in the Resilience of Transgender Individuals
Corina Lelutiu-Weinberger - United States

Association between marital status and mental health among cohabitating same-sex couples in the UK
Daniel Hagen - United States

Associations between Workplace Characteristics and “Outness” in LGBTIQ Workers in Austria
Lovro Markovic - Austria


Join the network meetings - Thursday 15th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 15th
11:00-12:00
via Zoom
EUPHA-HIA JTN13 - Join the network meeting EUPHA Health impact assessment 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


Thu 15th
11:00-12:00
via Zoom
EUPHA-ETH JTN14 - Join the network meeting EUPHA Ethics in 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


Thu 15th
11:00-12:00
via Zoom
EUPHA-EPI JTN15 - Join the network meeting EUPHA Public health epidemiology 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 - Thursday 15th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 15th
11:00-12:00
Auditorium
B. All for health, health for all International Foundation for Patient Blood Management (IFPBM) & Vifor Pharma SAT007 - Disrupting European Blood Policy

Chair:
Anna Mezzacasa - Vifor Pharma

 

Panellists:
Axel Hofmann - University of Western Australia, University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland
Christoph Zenger - President International Foundation for Patient Blood Management, Center for Health Law and Management, University of Bern, Switzerland
Yuyun Maryuningsih - World Health Organization, Health Products Policy and Standard Department
Danny Havenith - CEO MercurHosp, Belgium

 

Please click here for the programme.



World Leadership Dialogue - Thursday 15th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 15th
11:00-12:00
Auditorium
M. Vulnerable groups, minorities and migrants’ health Indigenous Working Group WFPHA WLD016 - Valuing Indigenous Knowledge: The importance of Indigenous Peoples to global sustainability practices.

Chairs:

Adrian Te Patu, Aotearoa

Carmen Parter, Australia

Emma Rawson, Aotearoa

 

Speakers/Panellists:

Michael Naera - Community Mental Health and Well Being, Indigenous Wellness Approaches, Mental Health Foundation, Aotearoa

Summer May Finlay - Indigenous Data Sovereignty, Australia

Rihi Te Nana - Te Wai a Te Tui Kaupapa Maori Research UNITEC, Aotearoa

Zoe Hawke - Indigenous approaches - Gifts from the Ancestors to the future MHF, Aotearoa

Simon Lambert - University of Saskatchewan, Indigenous peoples and disaster risk reduction, Canada


Thu 15th
11:00-12:00
Auditorium
B. All for health, health for all International Development Law Organization (IDLO); WHO; O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law WLD028 - Public health, law and the 2030 Agenda / The vital role of law in advancing public health

Moderator:
Jan Beagle, International Development Law Organization (IDLO)

 

Panellists:
Reine Alapini-Gansou, International Criminal Court, Netherlands
Lawrence Gostin, O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University, USA
Rüdiger Krech, Health Promotion, World Health Organization
Rhoda Wanyenze, School of Public Health, College of Health Sciences, Makerere University, Uganda

 

Please click here for the programme.


Thu 15th
11:00-12:00
Auditorium
H. Infectious diseases, AMR, vaccination and emergency preparedness SItI WLD035 - Public health challenges. How to deal with vaccine hesitancy: from the web to everyday reality

Thursday 15th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 15th
12:15-13:15
A
A. COVID-19 pandemic GHLG (Netherlands) 20.A. - Round table: COVID-19, infectious diseases, and human rights and risks in public health
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): David Patterson - Netherlands, Kasia Czabanowska - ASPHER

Human rights and infectious diseases
Oscar Cabrera - United States

Early evidence of the impact of legal responses to COVID-19
Scott Burris - United States

Thu 15th
12:15-13:15
B
B. All for health, health for all FISM (Italy) 20.B. - Workshop: Multistakeholder research initiatives for innovative healthcare
Chairperson(s): Mario A Battaglia - Italy, Giancarlo Comi - Italy

Enabling multistakeholder mission-oriented research
Paola Francesca Zaratin - Italy

Bridging research to care : the case of the MS Care Unit
Per Soelberg Sørensen - Denmark

Enabling science with and of patient input
Giampaolo Brichetto - Italy

Thu 15th
12:15-13:15
C
C. Digital health, health information and communication EUPHA-EPI, EUPHA-PHG, EUPHA-DH, EUPHA-HP 20.C. - Round table: Harnessing the digital transformation of disease prevention: a focus on m-health and genomics
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Róza Ádány - EUPHA (PHG), Anna Odone - Italy

Key drivers for and requisites to harness digital tools for personalized healthcare
Stefania Boccia - Italy

What is the value of digital health?
Anant Jani - United Kingdom

Which are the opportunities and current challenges for the use of polygenic risk scores in risk prediction and the prevention of common adult onset conditions?
Giordano Bottà - Italy

Opportunities and current challenges for the use of polygenic risk scores in risk prediction and prevention.
Mark Kroese - United Kingdom

The potential and current use of mHealth-based self-quantification tools for primary prevention
Vasileios Nittas - Switzerland

Thu 15th
12:15-13:15
D
D. Environmental health, urban health, climate change, health determinants and Sustainable Development Goals EUPHA-URB, EUPHA-PMH, EUPHA-ENV, University of Crete (Greece) 20.D. - Skills building seminar: Design for mental health integration through built environment interventions
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert - EUPHA (PMH), Stefano Capolongo - Italy

Ecopsychosocial environments for health and mental health
Evangelia Chrysikou - United Kingdom

Building capacity for public urban mental health – example of Reflecting Citizens workshops
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Patient engagement, autonomy, access to mental care services – the case for integrated care in Crete
Elena Petelos - Greece

Developing concepts for early mental health prevention and treatment using the built environment
Jonas Rehn - Germany

Thu 15th
12:15-13:15
E
E. Health promotion EUPHA-HP, PROMIS, Sicilian Health Government, CEFPAS 20.E. - Round table: Health tourist and health promotion: introducing the European Charter for Sustainable Health Tourism!
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP), Roberta Arnone - Italy

Homo Salus: the master mind behind health touris.!
Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP)

Conceptual framework on health and tourism – an interregional point of view of the Silver Economy
Antonio Maritati - Italy

Health tourism and public health: when novelty crosses the added value of multilateralism
Luís Saboga-Nunes - EUPHA (HP)

Health and Wellness tourism in Sicily: development and enhancement
Roberta Arnone - Italy

Health tourism and public health in the perspective of the Reference Sites Collaborative Network (RSCN)
Maddalena Illario - Belgium

Thu 15th
12:15-13:15
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F. Health systems research, Universal Health Coverage Observatory 20.F. - Workshop: Dental care – coverage and access across countries
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Giovanni Fattore - Italy, Ewout Van Ginneken - Germany

Dental care in Europe: financing, coverage and provision
Juliane Winkelmann - Germany

Comparing dental care coverage for older adults in eight jurisdictions
Sara Allin - Canada

Are vignettes the right approach to disentangle the complexity of dental care coverage?
Dimitra Panteli - Germany

Thu 15th
12:15-13:15
G
G. Health workforce training and capacity development 20.G. - Oral presentations: Ferenc Bojan: young investigator award session
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA (CHR), Julian Mamo - Malta

Determinants of child resilience in poverty: findings from the Taiwan Birth Cohort Study
Wan Lin Chiang - United States

Does management integration improve cross-level clinical coordination? Experience of Catalonia
Laura Esteve-Matalí - Spain

Impact of Immediate ART Initiation and Patient Health Expenditures: A Stepped-Wedge Randomised Trial
Janina Steinert - Germany

Factors associated with suboptimal blood pressure control in a multi-ethnic population in Amsterdam
Eva van der Linden - Netherlands

Policies to prevent non-communicable disease: implementation trends in 194 countries 2015–2020
Hampus Holmer - United States

Evaluating small conditional cash transfers to improve vaccine coverage and timeliness in Pakistan
Sara Abdullah - Pakistan

Thu 15th
12:15-13:15
H
H. Infectious diseases, AMR, vaccination and emergency preparedness 20.H. - Oral presentations: HIV screening and interventions
Abstracts in EJPH
Moving forward: Cost-Effectiveness of PrEP in HIV prevention for Men Who Have Sex with Men in Italy.
Mario Cesare Nurchis - Italy

Automated HIV screening in the emergency department –earlier diagnosis, improved clinical outcomes
Ines Vaz Pinto - Portugal

Acute HIV in 6 urban Emergency Departments: public health outputs from acute care settings
Priya Mammen - United States

HIV test and knowledge of U=U: insights from MSM living in Portugal and participating in EMIS 2017
Joana Costa - Portugal

Sexual violence experience and HIV testing in Filipino women
Kim Cochon - China

Evaluation of an intervention to increase HIV treatment adherence among children in Zimbabwe
Maureen Seguin - United Kingdom

Evolution of HIV infection to AIDS in three metropolitan centers in Brazil and Portugal, 2000 to 2017
Maria Rita Donalisio - Brazil

HIV infection and AIDS reported cases in two municipalities near Lisbon between 2015 and 2019
Inês Mateus Cunha - Portugal

The HIV paradox: perinatal mortality is lower in HIV+ mothers. A case-control study in Ethiopia
Marco Fonzo - Italy

Thu 15th
12:15-13:15
I
I. Public health advocacy, policy and politics 20.I. - Oral presentations: What influences public health
Abstracts in EJPH
Advocating for Front-line Health Advocates- A Scoping Review of Health Advocacy Pedagogy
Harsha Somaroo - South Africa

What is the health-related burden of EU-Candidate Countries? A snapshot of public health indicators
Milena Šantrić Milićević - Serbia

Use of a video-based assessment to build authentic public health skills
Alexandra Bhatti - Australia

Associations between labour market policies and work stressors
Thorsten Lunau - Germany

Efficacy of an intervention based on workplace exercises regarding burnout and musculoskeletal pain
Ana Paula Amaral - Portugal

Social relations and self-rated health in a multi-ethnic social housing area undergoing demolition
Monica Frølund Kvorning - Denmark

Do you Vape With Aloha?: How culture and place are used to spread misinformation on Instagram
Tetine Sentell - United States

Reclassifying Deaths: Legal Intervention Deaths (Y35- ICD10) in the city of Sao Paulo (2014-2015)
Marcelo Ryngelblum - Brazil

Examining the governance and structure of the global health financing system using network analyses
Cristin Alexis Fergus - United Kingdom

Thu 15th
12:15-13:15
L
L. Public mental health / Chronic diseases 20.L. - Oral presentations: Cancer
Abstracts in EJPH
Females and males requesting cervical or prostate cancer screening: Sex differences in self-efficacy
German Andres Gomez Rincon - Colombia

Can Home Palliative Care services reduce Emergency Department visits? Piedmont Experience, 2013-2018.
Alessandro Scacchi - Italy

Impact of policies centralising cancer surgery. A systematic review and meta-analysis
Roberto Grilli - Italy

Developing a core set of indicators for quality assessment of cancer genetic services
Brigid Unim - Italy

Setting indicators for oncological clinical pathways:a 2round Delphi method and face-to-face meeting
Anna Acampora - Italy

The burden of cancer in Belgium, 2004-2017
Vanessa Gorasso - Belgium

Uptake of cervical cancer screening in Kuwait: A cross-sectional study
Eleni Tolma - Kuwait

mCODE: A Path Towards Real Cancer Interoperability
Gregory Shemancik - United States

A systematic review on the barriers and enablers to shared cancer follow-up care
Tiffany Sandell - Australia

Thu 15th
12:15-13:15
M
M. Vulnerable groups, minorities and migrants’ health 20.M. - Oral presentations: Your diet, your health
Abstracts in EJPH
Multi-Morbidity and Mediterranean Diet in the Cypriot population
Maria Kyprianidou - Cyprus

The cost of diets according to nutritional quality and sociodemographic characteristics in Belgium
Camille Pedroni - Belgium

Addressing low consumption of fruit and vegetables in England: a cost-effectiveness analysis
Ana-Catarina Pinho-Gomes - United Kingdom

Nutritional Status and Diet in Elderly with Low and High Socioeconomic Status
Yinjie Zhu - Netherlands

Does family policy protect children and their parents from food insecurity?
Aaron Reeves - United Kingdom

Food insecurity among Finnish private sector service workers and food pantry clients
Maijaliisa Erkkola - Finland

Diabetes vulnerability in Rome
Concetta Vaccaro - Italy

Determinants of control beliefs of healthy diet: An interventional study among adolescents in India
Sweety Suman Jha - India

Comparison between indirect calorimetry and Harris-Benedickt formula
Marco Comba - Italy


Join the network meetings - Thursday 15th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 15th
13:15-14:15
via Zoom
EUPHA-CAPH JTN16 - Join the network meeting EUPHA Child and adolescent 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


Thu 15th
13:15-14:15
via Zoom
EUPHA-HWR JTN17 - Join the network meeting EUPHA Health workforce 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


Thu 15th
13:15-14:15
via Zoom
EUPHA-MIG JTN18 - Join the network meeting EUPHA Migrant and ethnic minority 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 - Thursday 15th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 15th
13:15-14:15
Sanofi Pasteur SAT003 - Defeating meningococcal meningitis is in our hands! How policy makers are successfully implementing routine vaccination campaigns across all ages

In a world eagerly waiting for a vaccine that will allow us to resume normal life, join Sanofi Pasteur for an interactive session with an expert panel. Experts will be looking at how countries are leading the way in implementing routine vaccination campaigns as a way to protect their populations of all ages against meningococcal meningitis, a largely vaccine preventable disease.

 

Moderator: Gary Finnegan – Editor, Vaccines Today

 

Panellists:

  • Elena Moya – President of the AEM (Asociación Española contra la Meningitis)
  • Paolo Bonanni – Professor of Hygiene in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Florence, Italy
  • Pablo Bonvehí – Head of the Infectious Diseases and Infection Control Section, University Hospital CEMIC, Argentina

Thu 15th
13:15-13:45
Auditorium
ECMWF Copernicus Services SAT006 - Operational service on climate change impacts to public health

Human health is strongly impacted by climate change. To monitor and project future effects, the C3S European Health Service provides climate-health indicators concerning heat and cold stress, vector-borne disease, and allergenic pollen

 

Moderator and Speaker:

Julie Berkcmans - R&D Climate, VITO

 

Speakers:

Francesca de'Donato - Senior Researcher Biometeorologist, Department of Epidemiology, Lazio Regional Health Service - ASL ROMA 1

Páldy Anna National Institute of Environmental Health deputy director, National Institute of Environmental Health (to be confirmed)


Thu 15th
13:15-14:15
Auditorium
The Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region (ASPHER) SAT008 - This is Public Health Europe! A Celebration of the 2019-2020 TIPH Campaigns and Honours for the 2020 Andrija Stampar Medalist for Excellence in Public Health

Chair: John Middleton, ASPHER president.

 

Please click here for more information.



World Leadership Dialogue - Thursday 15th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 15th
13:15-14:15
Auditorium
D. Environmental health, urban health, climate change, health determinants and Sustainable Development Goals Network on Governance, Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Public Health; International Development Research Centre (IDRC, Canada) WLD029 - Commercial determinants of health: new strategies for the promotion of population health

Thursday 15th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 15th
14:30-15:30
B
B. All for health, health for all 21.B. - Oral presentations: Gender and inequalities
Abstracts in EJPH
Gender equality and inequalities in self-reported health in 27 European countries (2004 to 2016)
Luis Roxo - Portugal

The macro determinants of medical abortion rates in Europe: a matter of gender equality?
Céline Miani - Germany

Raising the bar: Sex and Gender-Based Analysis and Reporting (SGBAR) in health research
Lesley James - Canada

Quick and collaborative response to teenage pregnancies in a poor semi-rural area of Belgium
Nathalie Annez - Belgium

Understanding the social determinants of adolescent childbirths in Ghana
Marwa Farag - Qatar

Development and validation of the dental vulnerability scale in the primary health care setting
Danielle Palacio - Brazil

Urban rural paradox -when easy access to mammography services does not mean active participation
Cindy Padilla - France

Inequalities in full vaccination coverage by maternal education and wealth quintiles in South Asia
Yuba Raj Paudel - Canada

The wider consequences of obesity: estimated social and economic costs from Mendelian Randomization
Amanda Hughes - United Kingdom

Thu 15th
14:30-15:30
C
C. Digital health, health information and communication 21.C. - Oral presentations: M-health and telehealth
Abstracts in EJPH
Mobile Medical Applications and Cloud Federation Challenges
Ioannis Patias - Bulgaria

For which population groups will strong identification and thus eHealth services use not be possible?
Hannamaria Kuusio - Finland

First results on the efficacy of a digital life-skills program for substance use prevention
Raquel Paz Castro - Switzerland

Femtech Fatale: Access to Femtech in PublicHealth Insurance Systems
Lauren Tonti - Germany

mHealth for Pneumonia Prevention
Hana Mahmood - Pakistan

Mobile Apps for Vaccination: an in-depth scan of Apple App Store
Dario Catozzi - Italy

Validation of mobile Decision Support System for scheduling age-appropriate immunizations
Danya Arif Siddiqi - Singapore

“Sometimes I don’t have a pulse, and I’m still alive!” Healthcare providers on digital health techs.
Flavio Tomasella - United Kingdom

Thu 15th
14:30-14:30
D
D. Environmental health, urban health, climate change, health determinants and Sustainable Development Goals 21.D. - Oral presentations: Social determinants
Abstracts in EJPH
Is the technical quality of root fillings associated with socioeconomic status?
Eero Raittio - Finland

Trajectories of socio-economic position over four time points and mortality: The role of gender
Ilona Koupil - Sweden

Social marginalization and mortality in Mexico
Guillermo J Gonzalez-Perez - Mexico

Revisiting the social determinants of health agenda from the global South
Elis Borde - Brazil

Development and validation of a social position measure in Greece
Demetris Lamnisos - Cyprus

Social variations in pregnancy outcomes in Murmansk county-one of the Northernmost European provinces
Andrej Grjibovski - Norway

Social inequality in obesity in an Eastern Mediterranean population: a national health survey
Annalisa Quattrocchi - Cyprus

Socioeconomic inequalities in type 2 diabetes among different population subgroups
Batoul Safieddine - Germany

Exploring the relation between socioeconomic position and DNA methylation in a European population
Dusan Petrovic - Switzerland

Thu 15th
14:30-15:30
E
E. Health promotion 21.E. - Oral presentations: Health literacy
Abstracts in EJPH
Measuring Health Literacy in Tuscany through the Italian risk factor surveillance system (PASSI)
Patrizio Zanobini - Italy

Contradictory explanatory models of doctors and ischemic heart patients with low health literacy
Amanda Nikolajew Rasmussen - Denmark

Implementation of a self-management programme: recruitment strategies in five European countries
Ascensión Doñate-Martínez - Spain

Influencing factors and determinants of health literacy
Ludwig Grillich - Austria

Testing a self-assessment tool for HP competencies with participants of training courses in Austria
Gert Lang - Austria

“Test, Treat and Talk” (T-3) Anemia Camp: An Innovative Model to foster Anemia control in India.
Kapil Yadav - India

Thu 15th
14:30-15:30
F
F. Health systems research, Universal Health Coverage 21.F. - Oral presentations: Universal Health Coverage
Abstracts in EJPH
Regional governance arrangements of the Brazilian Unified National Health System
Luciana Lima - Brazil

Struggles for a universal health system in Brazil: successes, obstacles and setbacks
Gulnar Silva - Brazil

The use of health services by non-resident patients in a border region with mixed health systems
Fernanda da Silva Pumi Alliana - Brazil

SosCaregivers: piloting of a psycho-social service for family caregiver in a hard-to-reach setting
Guendalina Graffigna - Italy

Measures to manage, reduce and prevent medicines shortages in European countries in 2020
Sabine Vogler - Austria

Whole Health: transformation and cultural change in the largest United States health care system
Thomas Carnaghi - United States

Thu 15th
14:30-15:30
G
G. Health workforce training and capacity development Observatory 21.G. - Round table: Strengthening national level health systems governance
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Matthias Wismar - European Observatory, Ihor Perehinets - Denmark

Scott Greer - United States

Gabriele Pastorino - Denmark

Giovanni Fattore - Italy

Loraine Hawkins - United Kingdom

David Clarke - Switzerland

Thu 15th
14:30-15:30
H
H. Infectious diseases, AMR, vaccination and emergency preparedness EUPHA, Chafea, DG SANTE 21.H. - Workshop: Incentivising vaccination uptake in Europe
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Wolfgang Philipp - DG SANTE, EC

Introduction to the Commissioner's work on improving the uptake of vaccines in the European Union
Wolfgang Philipp - DG SANTE, EC

Associations of health professionals and students advocating for vaccination
Jacques De Haller - Switzerland

France - a perspective on introducing mandatory vaccination
Magid Herida - France

Behavioural determinants of vaccine acceptance
Marianna Baggio - Belgium

Denmark - a perspective on promoting HPV vaccination
Janne Villemoes Bigaard - Denmark

Thu 15th
14:30-15:30
I
I. Public health advocacy, policy and politics EUPHA-PHPP 21.I. - Round table: Comparing and designing the politics and policies for better economic and social welfare.
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Marleen Bekker - EUPHA (PHPP)

Julia Lynch - United States

Clare Bambra - United Kingdom

Karien Stronks - Netherlands

Holly Jarman - United States

Thu 15th
14:30-15:30
K
K. Public health monitoring and reporting / Non-communicable diseases EUPHA-PHMR, THL (Finland) 21.K. - Workshop: Closing the data gap on child health – approaches, characteristics and methodological challenges
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Nicole Rosenkötter - EUPHA (PHMR), Hanna Tolonen - Finland

The Health Survey for England in 2020, tracking children’s health for 30 years.
Alison Moody - United Kingdom

Monitoring Health and Well-Being of Children and Adolescents in Germany since 2003
Antje Goesswald - Germany

FinChildren Register: National monitoring of child and adolescent health and well-being in Finland
Annamari Lundqvist - Finland

The challenge of defining chronic illness for health monitoring in children: opening a can of worms
Hannelore Neuhauser - Germany

Thu 15th
14:30-14:30
L
L. Public mental health / Chronic diseases Nordic Collaboration on Positive Mental Health 21.L. - Workshop: To what extent can we trust our data on trends in mental health among adolescents?
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Charli Eriksson - Sweden, Katrine Madsen - Denmark

Setting the scene: controversies on trends in mental health among adolescents in the Nordic countries
Charli Eriksson - Sweden

On the time trends among School-aged children in the Nordic countries.
Petra Löfstedt - Sweden

On the art of doing surveys among adolescents
Pernille Due - Denmark

Thu 15th
14:30-15:30
M
M. Vulnerable groups, minorities and migrants’ health EUPHA-MIG 21.M. - Workshop: How to learn from interventions for context-adapted solutions to improve migrants reproductive health
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Sonia Dias - Portugal, Sarah Fredsted Villadsen - Denmark

The Swedish study on improved contraceptive counselling for immigrant women postpartum
Elin C. Larsson - Sweden

The French implementation study PARENTHESE to improve prenatal care of immigrant women
Elie Azria - France

The Danish implementation study on response to pregnancy complications, MAMAACT
Sarah Fredsted Villadsen - Denmark

What methods and challenges for taking account of context when transferring complex interventions?
Sarah Fredsted Villadsen - Denmark

Thu 15th
15:45-16:45
H. Infectious diseases, AMR, vaccination and emergency preparedness IHME, The Lancet 22.A. - Launch of the new Global Burden of Disease study revealing growing crisis of chronic diseases
Chairperson(s): Richard Horton - United Kingdom

Introductory video remarks
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus - WHO

Panellists:
Samira Asma - WHO

Lalit Dandona - United States

Christopher Murray - United States

Thu 15th
15:45-16:45
B
B. All for health, health for all BTN, EUPHA-CHR, WHO/Europe, UPJŠ (Slovakia) 22.B. - Workshop: Behavioural insights and public health
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA (CHR), Simon Bacon - Canada

Applying translational behavioural science to improve people’s health
Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA (CHR)

Can incorporating behaviour change principles make clinical practice guidelines and health policies more impactful in change public health?
Simon Bacon - Canada

Training physicians in motivational communication to improve behaviour change counselling competency: A behavioral medicine approach to NCD prevention and management
Kim Lavoie - Canada

Motrial: An international database of public health trials
Gregory Ninot - France

Brief interventions for NCDs risk factors
Joao Breda - WHO Europe

Thu 15th
15:45-16:45
C
C. Digital health, health information and communication EUPHA-DH, EUPHA-PMH 22.C. - Workshop: Digital Interventions in public mental health: current impact and future directions
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Anna Odone - Italy, Jutta Lindert - Germany

Digital depression: a new disease of the millenium
Nassir Ghaemi - United States

Digital biomarkers and digital phenotyping in mental health care and prevention
Amerio Andrea - Italy

Telemedicine and mental health: coming of age ?
Robin Ohannessian - France

Thu 15th
15:45-16:45
D
D. Environmental health, urban health, climate change, health determinants and Sustainable Development Goals Pettenkofer School of Public Health Munich (Germany) 22.D. - Workshop: The Food Environment Policy Index for the EU, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway and Poland
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Maartje Poelman - Netherlands, Janas Harrington - Ireland

Has the European Union created a healthy food environment for its citizens? Application of the Food Environment Policy Index (Food-EPI)
Sanne Djojosoeparto - Netherlands

Evaluating food-related policies in Germany using the Food Environment Policy Index (Food-EPI)
Karin Geffert - Germany

Has the Netherlands created a healthy food environment for its citizens? Application of the Food Environment Policy Index (Food-EPI)
Sanne Djojosoeparto - Netherlands

Benchmarking the implementation of recommended food environment policies in Norway using the Healthy Food Environment Policy Index (Food-EPI)
Liv Elin Torheim - Norway

A study on implementation of food-related policies in Poland using the Healthy Food Environment Policy Index
Piotr Romaniuk - Poland

Thu 15th
15:45-16:45
E
E. Health promotion UCL (UK) 22.E. - Workshop: The planet, economic growth and ourselves: evidence from population health trends in rich countries
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Eric Brunner - United Kingdom, Lucinda Hiam - United Kingdom

Economic growth, population health and Sustainable Development Goal 8
Eric Brunner - United Kingdom

Low economic growth and health inequalities in a rich country: 27-year Japanese time series
Ayako Hiyoshi - Sweden

What can lifespan variation tell us about trends in life expectancy in high income countries?
Lucinda Hiam - United Kingdom

Thu 15th
15:45-16:45
F
F. Health systems research, Universal Health Coverage Observatory, EC 22.F. - Workshop: What makes for resilient health systems? Evidence from the State of Health in the EU country profiles
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Anna Maresso - Germany, Ewout Van Ginneken - Germany

Conceptualizing resilience in health systems: results from 30 countries
Marina Karanikolos - United Kingdom

Panel Moderator
Josep Figueras - European Observatory

Panellist
Federico Pratellesi - Belgium

Panellist
Guillaume Dedet - France

Anna Maresso
Anna Maresso - Germany

Thu 15th
15:45-16:45
H
H. Infectious diseases, AMR, vaccination and emergency preparedness 22.H. - Oral presentations: The burden of influenza
Abstracts in EJPH
Evaluation of a pilot project to increase influenza vaccine coverage in patient with chronic diseases
Linda Pinsonneault - Canada

Flu vaccination among health workers in Italy:results from the nationwide surveillance PASSI 2015-18
Rosaria Gallo - Italy

Effectiveness of influenza vaccine among health care personnel in Thailand, 2018/19 season
Theethach Eamchotchawalit - Thailand

Influenza D virus: a potential threat for humans?
Claudia Maria Trombetta - Italy

Epidemiology of influenza: findings from surveillance system of 40 hospital in Thailand, 2010-2019
Theethach Eamchotchawalit - Thailand

Influenza burden estimates in Portugal: seasons 2013/14 to 2018/19
Ana Torres - Portugal

What can we learn from local epidemiological surveillance of the Flu?
Bruno Pinto Rebelo - Portugal

Effectiveness of PEHRs use to increase vaccine uptake: a systematic review.
Federica Balzarini - Italy

Migration and outbreaks of vaccine-preventable disease in Europe: a systematic analysis (1990-2019)
Anna Deal - United Kingdom

Thu 15th
15:45-16:45
L
L. Public mental health / Chronic diseases 22.L. - Oral presentations: Chronic disease interventions
Abstracts in EJPH
Antipsychotics and mortality among elderly with dementia:a population based study in the Lazio region
Anna Maria Bargagli - Italy

Patients’ first experiences with the German psycho-oncological care programme isPO
Natalia Cecon - Germany

The impact of e-Health interventions on promoting Self-Care in Chronic Patients: an Umbrella Review
Erika Renzi - Italy

Public health and multiple sclerosis in Italy
Mario A Battaglia - Italy

Team-based Care for Improving Hypertension Management Among Outpatients
Valérie Santschi - Switzerland

Care Manager nurse for chronic patients in primary care: a literature review
Eleonora Faggian - Italy

Regional variation in appropriate care for ST-elevation myocardial infarction in Finland
Eeva Reissell - Finland

Back pain trajectories from midlife to retirement as a predictor of old age mobility and disability
Saila Kyrönlahti - Finland

The Elderly Population and Complementary Medicine in Ethiopia
Eskedar Lemlemu - Ethiopia

Thu 15th
15:45-16:45
M
M. Vulnerable groups, minorities and migrants’ health 22.M. - Oral presentations: Injury prevention, accidents and violence
Abstracts in EJPH
Implementation of systematic fall risk screening in primary care: barriers and facilitators
Wytske Meekes - Netherlands

Patterns of risky driving behaviors among Tuscan adolescent drivers: a cluster analysis
Vieri Lastrucci - Italy

Temporal trend in adolescent mortality from aggression in Brazil, 2000 to 2017
Vinícius Pereira - Brazil

Associated factors with death among young women exposed to intimate partner violence in Brazil
Isabella Pinto - Brazil

Is the firearm epidemic in the US getting worse?
Dario Tedesco - Italy

Silences after violence: Evidence from India’s 2015 Demographic Health Survey
Amiya Bhatia - United Kingdom

Quality of life and risk of feminicide in women victims of intimate parther violence in Campinas
Monica Caicedo Roa - Brazil

Burden of occupational injuries occurred in Italy, 1900 - 2017
Filippo Ariani - Italy


Join the network meetings - Thursday 15th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 15th
17:00-18:00
via Zoom
EUPHA-CHR JTN19 - Join the network meeting EUPHA Chronic diseases 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


Thu 15th
17:00-18:00
via Zoom
EUPHA-HP JTN20 - Join the network meeting EUPHA Health promotion 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


Thu 15th
17:00-18:00
via Zoom
EUPHA-PHG JTN21 - Join the network meeting EUPHA Public health genomics 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 - Thursday 15th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 15th
17:00-18:00
Auditorium
G. Health workforce training and capacity development CUNY Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy; ASPPH; APHA WLD002 - Leadership in Public Health: From Knowledge to Practice to Policy

Chair:
Ayman El-Mohandes - CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy, United States

 

Panellists:
Georges C. Benjamin - American Public Health Association, United States
Laura Magaña - Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health, United States
David Nabarro - Imperial College, London, United Kingdom
Walter Ricciardi - Universitá Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Rome, Italy

 

Please click here for the programme.


Thu 15th
17:00-18:00
Auditorium
D. Environmental health, urban health, climate change, health determinants and Sustainable Development Goals Associação Brasileira de Saúde Coletiva (ABRASCO) WLD008 - What kinds of research and policies to reduce health inequalities?

Chair: Luis Eugenio Souza 

 

Speakers:

Sabina Faiz Rashid 

Alastair Leyland 

Maurício Barreto


Thu 15th
17:00-18:00
Auditorium
D. Environmental health, urban health, climate change, health determinants and Sustainable Development Goals WHO RHN, WHO ECEH, WHO Asia-Pacific Centre for Environment and Health, WHO European Healthy Cities Network; Urban Public Health Network (Canada) WLD010 - Forging a healthier world: the “ideal city” model. A Renaissance utopia or a reality of the 21st century?

Moderator:
Francesco Zambon - Coordinator, WHO Regions for Health Network, Venice, Italy

 

Panellists:

Keynote: Stefano Boeri - Urbanist, Stefano Boeri Architetti, Milan, Shangai, Tirana

 

Francesca Racioppi - Head, WHO European Centre for Environment and Health, Germany
How to address the need of sustainable transport and mobility?

 

Marco Martuzzi – Head, WHO Asia-Pacific Centre for Environment and Health, South Korea
Climate change mitigation and adaptation: the challenge of Asian mega cities

 

Camilla Ihlebak - Professor Public Health, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway
“Compact cities”: a reality check from the Scandinavian context

 

Cory Neudorf – Chief Medical Officer, Saskatoon Health Region, Canada
Healthy Canada by Design”: effective partnerships in creating healthier built environments

 

Monika Kosinska - WHO Focal Point for European Healthy Cities Network, Denmark
Keeping citizens at the centre: the Healthy Cities model.

 

Please click here for more information.


Thu 15th
17:00-18:00
Auditorium
K. Public health monitoring and reporting / Non-communicable diseases Centre for Global Health Inequalities Research (CHAIN); EuroHealthNet; IHME/University of Washington; WHO Department of Social Determinants of Health, UNICEF WLD021 - Diving into the world of data: Developments in global health inequalities research

Introduction
Terje Eikemo, Leader of CHAIN, Professor of Sociology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology & Chief-Editor of the Scandinavian Journal of Public Health

 

Count everyone because everyone counts
Dr Samira Asma, Assistant Director General, Division of Data, Analytics and Delivery for Impact at WHO Headquarters in Geneva

 

Adding education as a risk factor in the Global Burden of Disease study
Emmanuela Gakidou, Professor of Health Metrics Sciences at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME)

 

Combining insight of social determinants and the power of data to inform decision making 
Salma Abdalla, MBBS MPH, Lead Project Director at the Rockefeller Foundation, Boston University 3-D Commission

 

Lessons from WHO’s work on the social determinants of health equity
Nicole Valentine, Acting Head of Unit, Equity and Health Unit, Department of Social Determinants of Health, WHO Headquarters in Geneva

 

Discussion
Final remarks by Terje Eikemo

 

Please click here for more information.



Thursday 15th Oct

Time / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 15th
18:00-19:00
Auditorium
PL6 - Revolutionizing the Public Health Workforce as Agents of Change
Abstracts in EJPH

Chair person: Kasia Czabanowska (The Netherlands), Luís Eugênio de Souza (Brazil) and Barbara Buerkin (CH)

 

Speakers/panellists:

Laura Magaña (Mexico)

Philip Baba Adongo (Ghana)

John Middleton (United Kingdom)

Naomar de Almeida-Filho (Brazil)

Pete Milos Venticich (Australia)

 

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Thu 15th
19:45-20:45
B
B. All for health, health for all 24.B. - Oral presentations: Women's health
Abstracts in EJPH
The Women's Hospital: the birth of the first gender hospital in Italy
Laura Cavazzana - Italy

Combining jobs and motherhood: is it worse when growing children alone?
Luis Roxo - Portugal

Validation of a health promotion leadership self-efficacy measure in Jewish and Palestinian women
Mayada Karjawlly - Israel

'I smoke and drink alcohol during pregnancy, but I'm a good enough mom': a mixed methods study
Carmit Satran - Israel

Higher rates of early initiation of breastfeeding associated with health facility delivery in Nepal
Dinesh Dharel - Canada

Periconceptional folic acid intake in Northwest Russia: a birth registry study
Vitaly Postoev - Russia

Leisure-time physical activity in pregnancy and offspring birth weight in an Amazonian cohort study
Maira Malta - Brazil

Maternal and neonatal outcome of booked and unbooked women in Benin City: A comparative study
Obehi Okojie - Nigeria

A Social Law Lens on Maternal Mortality in the U.S.: Lessons from Germany and the Netherlands
Lauren Tonti - Germany

Unified Agenda of the Golden August: a perspective to promote breastfeeding in Mato Grosso, Brazil
Rodrigo César de Oliveira Carvalho - Brazil

Thu 15th
19:45-20:45
D
D. Environmental health, urban health, climate change, health determinants and Sustainable Development Goals 24.D. - Oral presentations: Socio-economic inequalities
Abstracts in EJPH
Gaining political will for actions to achieve health equity: lessons from Australia for advocates
Fran Baum - Australia

Socioeconomic inequalities, migration and poly tobacco use among male adults in developing countries.
Tzu-Hsuan Chen - United Kingdom

Trends in socioeconomic inequalities in childhood BCG immunization coverage in Pakistan
Sidra Zaheer - Pakistan

Sociodemographic inequalities in lifestyle patterns of the population of a large Brazilian city
Lhais Medina - Brazil

Geospatial analysis of emergency services use for public health assessment and intervention.
Guillaume Cassourret - France

Refining insights in SES and other determinants on perceived health; a Positive Health Perspective
John Dierx - Netherlands

Addressing social determinants of noncommunicable diseases in primary care: a scoping review
Luke Allen - United Kingdom

Are contextual socioeconomic factors associated with diarrhea in Mozambique children under age 5?
Agostinho Moreira de Sousa - Portugal

Life Course Socioeconomic Conditions, Multimorbidity and Polypharmacy in Older Adults
Katharina Tabea Jungo - Switzerland

Thu 15th
19:45-20:45
E
E. Health promotion 24.E. - Oral presentations: Health promoting schools
Abstracts in EJPH
The Girls Active Project: a school-based intervention to increase adolescent girls’ physical activity
Sara Mc Quinn - EUPHAnxt Co-ordinator

Integrating child’s health promotion in schools – local mechanisms and strategies
Lukas Kerschbaumer - Austria

Multidisciplinary training in health promotion communication
Lone Oest - Denmark

Results of process evaluation of the Unplugged school-based prevention program in Nigeria
Ifeoma Nneka Emelurumonye - Italy

Mental health and playfulness at public school system from Benevides, Pará, Brazil.
Kelly Lene Lopes Calderaro Euclides - Brazil

Health promotion program in regular primary school „We Learn to Accept Diversity“
Marija Skes - Croatia

Systematic Review Examining the Evidence for Impact of School Policies on Physical Activity
Kevin Volf - Ireland

Schools Health Promotion among Adolescents in Northern Nigeria
Lesley Smith - United Kingdom

Profiles of primary schools registered to do The Daily Mile in England–cross-sectional linkage study
Tishya Venkatraman - United Kingdom

Thu 15th
19:45-20:45
F
F. Health systems research, Universal Health Coverage 24.F. - Oral presentations: Health sytems research
Abstracts in EJPH
Characteristics of patients visiting naturopathic practitioners for maternal and reproductive health
Amie Steel - Australia

The epidemiology of polypharmacy in a large cohort with linked health records in Scotland
Mina Khezrian - United Kingdom

Age and complexity: Attempts at making sense of productive health care data in Switzerland
Karen Triep - Switzerland

Managed care for reducing lower extremity amputations in Type 2 diabetes: a systematic review.
Bernardo Meza - United Kingdom

Organizational conceptual factors’ influence on the uptake of health technologies
Signe Daugbjerg - Italy

Diagnostic accuracy of Digital Hemoglobinometers for Point of Care diagnosis of Anemia.
Gomathi Ramaswamy - India

Healthy choices in New South Wales health facilities for staff and visitors: a policy evaluation
Helen Trevena - Australia

The opioid crisis: 18 years of opioid prescriptions in spine patients
Elisabetta Mezzalira - United States

When universal health care isn’t truly universal: Beyond filling gaps in access to medicines
Lesley James - Canada

Thu 15th
19:45-20:45
G
G. Health workforce training and capacity development Public Health Agency of Sweden 24.G. - Workshop: Reconstructing public health institutions in Somalia
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Khalif Bile - Sweden, Kassim Abdi Jimale - Somalia

Challenges Facing the Health System in Somalia and Implications for Achieving the SDGs
Abdi Gele - Norway

Somali-Swedish Research Cooperation for Health (SSRCH) - a joint initiative by Somali and Swedish Universities to guide the Somali health system recovery process
Anneli Ivarsson - Sweden

Health Alliance for Digital Development and Action (HADDA)
Muna Elmi - Sweden

A model for the capacity building of Somalia midwifery educators through a blended, web-based Master’s Programme
Jama Ali Egal - Somalia

Thu 15th
19:45-20:45
H
H. Infectious diseases, AMR, vaccination and emergency preparedness EUPHA -LAW, University of Crete (Grece), EFMI 24.H. - Workshop: COVID19 Immunisation passports – A golden solution or the Golden Apple of Discord?
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA, Elena Petelos - Greece

Vaccines in support of globalisation: the current status of coronavirus and future implementation challenges
George Pavlakis - United States

Examining ‘immunity passports’ from am ethics perspective – ten reasons why they are a bad idea
Francoise Baylis - Canada

Examining ‘immunity passports’ from an ethics perspective – ten reasons why they are bad idea
Natalie Kofler - United States

International Patient Summary Standards conveying immunization information
Catherine Chronaki - Belgium

Public health law and COVID-19: Human rights and global health security
Dimitra Lingri - Greece

Thu 15th
19:45-20:45
I
I. Public health advocacy, policy and politics EHESP (France) 24.I. - Workshop: Maximize impacts of research on Public health policies: examples from the HBSC international study
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Emmanuelle Godeau - France

Adolescents’ stress - a challenge for adults in charge - The Improve the youth project
Dorota Kleszczewska - Poland

Factors Predicting Physical Activity & Healthy Nutrition Habits Among Students in Israel
Riki Tesler - Israel

The emergency to tackle tobacco smoking by Lebanese Adolescents
Marwan Akel - Lebanon

HBSC Ireland and the Public Health Community: Partnerships and Processes
Saoirse NicGagbhainn - Ireland

When merging 2 international surveys (HBSC/ESPAD) leads to better monitoring at national level
Emmanuelle Godeau - France

Thu 15th
19:45-20:45
K
K. Public health monitoring and reporting / Non-communicable diseases ORS Constantine (Algeria) 24.K. - Round table: Workshop on health security and public health strengthening in Maghreb and North African countries
Chairperson(s): Djamel Zoughailech - Algeria

Regional Health Observatories in Algeria: A strategic system for health security, limits and benefits
Djamel Zoughailech - Algeria

Moroccan Observatory for Communicable Diseases: Progress, challenges and prospects
Abderrahmane Maaroufi - Morocco

Institutional arrangements to prevent emerging and reemerging infectious diseases in Tunisia
Nissaf Ben Aleya - Tunisia

Strengthening health systems through Public Health Schools: the example of the National School of Public Health in Morocco
Abdelmounim BELALIA - Morocco

Advocacy for the integration of population health intervention research (PHIR) in national public health strategies
Imene Deneche - Algeria

Thu 15th
19:45-20:45
L
L. Public mental health / Chronic diseases New School for Social Research (USA) 24.L. - Round table: Refugee Mental Health: Building Clinical and Research Capacity through Innovative Partnerships
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Adam Brown - United States

Anne Jachmann - Switzerland

Maria Hoehn - United States

Nicole Shea - United States

Kyle Farmbry - United States

Thu 15th
19:45-20:45
M
M. Vulnerable groups, minorities and migrants’ health EUPHA-SGMH, EUPHA-CAPH, Public Health Program Open Society Foundations 24.M. - Workshop: Deprived adolescent children access to health
Abstracts in EJPH
Chairperson(s): Bernadette Kumar - Norway, Danielle Jansen - EUPHA (CAPH)

Strengthening local impact on maternal health for the most vulnerable populations
Valérie Faillat - France

Migration, adolescents and health
Delanjathan Devakumar - United Kingdom

Comparing Trends of Perinatal Mortality in two rural Areas of Matlab, Bangladesh
Aminur Rahman - Bangladesh

Case-control study of risk factors for adolescent fertility and premature birth in Bulgaria
Mariela Kamburova - Bulgaria

Roma child participation in public health policy and practice across Europe
Cath Larkins - United Kingdom