Workshops - Thursday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room A
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health CDC, WHO 1.A. - Workshop: Developing an actionable and methodologically rigorous social listening report.
Chairperson(s): Christopher Voegeli - United States

10 Steps to creating an insights report
Elisabeth Wilhelm - United States

Integrated Analysis: What it is and how to do it.
Christopher Voegeli - United States

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room B
B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 The Public Health Agency of Sweden 1.B. - Workshop: Adaptations in a time of crisis – public health practice in Sweden during the COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Anna Månsdotter - Sweden, Karin Guldbrandsson - Sweden

Public health in Sweden during the COVID-19 pandemic
Anna Månsdotter - Sweden

Public health work in Sweden during the COVID-19 pandemic
Karin Guldbrandsson - Sweden

Prevention of alcohol, drugs and tobacco during the COVID-19-pandemic – consequences and inequalities in Swedish municipalities
Ulrika Owen - Sweden

Digitalisation in the area of alcohol, drug, and tobacco during the COVID-19-pandemic: supporting the drive towards an equitable health?
Frida Jonsson - Sweden

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room C
C. European public health / Food and nutrition Observatory 1.C. - Workshop: What has the EU ever done for my health system? Using EU tools effectively for health system change
Chairperson(s): Dimitra Panteli - Belgium, Nick Fahy - United Kingdom

What are the tools provided by the EU to support health and care improvement?
Nicole Mauer - Belgium

The Transforming Health Care Systems Partnership – collaboration for improvement post-pandemic
Sabrina Montante - Belgium

A country perspective from Slovenia
Vesna-Kestrin Petric - Slovenia

Health system strengthening and transformation – Current priorities of the European Commission
Isabel de La Mata - European Commission - DG Sante

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room D
D. Chronic diseases 1.D. - Oral presentations: Chronic diseases determinants and interventions
Incremental net benefit of wearable devices for home monitoring of chronically ill patients
Gerardo Altamura - Italy

Artificial sweeteners and risk of cardiovascular diseases in the prospective NutriNet-Santé cohort
Charlotte Debras - France

Incidence and predictors of frailty in Latin America and China: evidence from 10/66 cohort studies
Miao Jiang - Switzerland

Food additive emulsifiers and cancer risk: results from the French prospective NutriNet-Santé cohort.
Mélanie Deschasaux-Tanguy - France

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room E
E. Environment, climate and health Instituto Universitário Egas Moniz, NOVA 1.E. - Workshop: Accelerating the action on SDGs applying a One Health approach
Chairperson(s): Ricardo Assunção - Portugal, Susana Viegas - Portugal

One Health approach for the SDGs achievement
Susana Viegas - Portugal

Air pollution and health – the importance of air monitoring and burden of disease for attaining SDGs
Carla Martins - Portugal

Impact of climate change on food systems – the One Health approach
Ricardo Assunção - Portugal

Intensive animal production as driver of biodiversity loss and pandemics
Carla Viegas - Portugal

Biodiversity and Health
Susana Viegas - Portugal

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room F
F. Digital health and communication EUPHA-DH 1.F. - Skills building seminar: Podcast 101
Chairperson(s): Stefan Buttigieg - EUPHA (DH), Brian Li Han Wong - United Kingdom

Getting started with Podcasts
Stefan Buttigieg - EUPHA (DH)

Promoting and growing your podcasts and ensuring sustainability and consistency in your approach
Juan Rachadell - Portugal

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room G
G. Health data, information and assessments NAKO e.V. 1.G. - Workshop: The German National Cohort (NAKO): Design, current state, and first results
Chairperson(s): Tobias Pischon - Germany, Lilian Krist - Germany

The German National Cohort (NAKO): Overview and Current State
Karin Halina Greiser - Germany

Depression Assessment in the German National Cohort (NAKO)
Klaus Berger - Germany

Increase in Mental Disorders During the COVID-19 Pandemic—Role of Occupational & Financial Strains
Nico Dragano - Germany

Whole-body Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the German National Cohort (NAKO): Design & Current Status
Fabian Bamberg - Germany

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room H
H. Health determinants and health inequalities 1.H. - Oral presentations: Measuring health inequalities
Less to lose yet losing more: Income Inequality in Years of Life Lost to Covid-19
Jawa Issa - Netherlands

Reducing health inequalities through general practice in the UK: a realist review (EQUALISE)
Anna Gkiouleka - United Kingdom

The Berlin index of health and social deprivation: a data based tool to tackle health inequality
Johannes Zeiher - Germany

Health inequalities in very old age: Continuity, accumulation or convergence?
Judith Wenner - Germany

Inequalities in maternal healthcare utilization in low-resource setting: an evidence from Tanzania
Deogratius Bintabara - Tanzania

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room J
J. Health services and welfare systems EUPHA-HSR, -HIA, -HTA, -EPI, -ECO, -PHPP, German Public Health Association Section Research, German Network Health Service Research WG IHSR, Charité Institute for General Practice WG HPSRI 1.J. - Round table: Research Methods for Public Health Oriented Health Services Research – what works where and for what?
Chairperson(s): Lorena Dini - EUPHA (HSR), Johan Hansen - EUPHA (HSR)

Lorena Dini - EUPHA (HSR)

Piedad Martin-Olmedo - EUPHA (HIA)

Stefania Boccia - EUPHA (EPI)

Chiara de Waure - EUPHA (HTA)

João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO)

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room K
K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights 1.K. - Oral presentations: E-cigarettes and smoke-free environments
Is Ireland ready for tobacco endgame? A national survey of knowledge and attitudes to tobacco endgame
Ellen Juliet Cosgrave - Ireland

Creating smoke free environments by local policy
Selinde Rouwenhorst - Netherlands

Evaluation of Factors Associated with Dual Use of E-Cigarettes in University Students
Feyza Nehir Öznur Muz - Turkey

Global market trends of flavour capsule and menthol cigarettes in 78 countries, 2010-2020
Christina Kyriakos - United Kingdom

Effectiveness of Behavior Change interventions for smoking cessation among expectant and new fathers
Sudeepa Khanal Bhattarai - Germany

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room L
L. Health workforce, training and practice EUPHA-HWR, WHO EURO 1.L. - Workshop: Building capacity for a resilient and healthy post-COVID health workforce
Chairperson(s): Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR), Tomas Zapata - Denmark

Investing in the health workforce, protecting mental health: policy and action taken by WHO
Tomas Zapata - Denmark

Health workforce governance during the COVID-19 pandemic: learning lessons from Europe
Gemma Williams - United Kingdom

Health workforce needs and health policy responses to COVID-19: a European comparative assessment
Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR)

Interventions to improve teamwork and wellbeing in primary care settings: a mixed method review
Maria Panagioti - United Kingdom

Hospital doctors in Ireland working through COVID-19 pandemic: learning from individual experience
Niamh Humphries - Ireland

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room M
M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines 1.M. - Oral presentations: COVID-19 and vaccination
Risk factors for SARS-CoV-2 infection: a case-control study in college students after vaccination
Erika Renzi - Italy

COVID-19 vaccination uptake in Belgium : socioeconomic and sociodemographic disparities
Lisa Cavillot - Belgium

SARS-CoV-2 Seroprevalence in Germany: results from the second wave of the RKI-SOEP study
Elisabetta Mercuri - Germany

Waning of SARS-CoV-2 IgG antibodies after vaccination: first results from the CoMoLo follow-up 2021
Cana Kussmaul - Germany

Predictors of seropositivity against SARS-COV-2: a population-based seroepidemiological study
Lusine Musheghyan - Armenia

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room N
N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health 1.N. - Oral presentations: Child and adolescent public health
Strengthening health systems to address child and youth suicide among Indigenous peoples
Jack Hicks - Canada

Do preventive child examinations in general practice reduce the risk of overweight and obesity?
Signe Heuckendorff - Denmark

How did the covid-19 pandemic affect lower respiratory tract infections in young children in England?
Kimberley Foley - United Kingdom

Long-term immunity after HBV vaccine: shall we consider a change? A 20-year-follow-up study.
Marco Fonzo - Italy

Country-level social mobility and inequalities in adolescent health behaviours in 32 countries
Heiko Schmengler - Netherlands

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room O
O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ 1.O. - Oral presentations: Mental health, conflict and violence
The longitudinal impact of social media use on adolescent mental health in the UK
Ruth Plackett - United Kingdom

Conceptual views of mental health among adolescents in Sweden
Veronica Hermann - Sweden

Help-seeking behaviors among survivors of intimate partner violence during pregnancy in 54 LMICs
Mariella Stiller - Germany

Young men’s gambling and violence perpetration in Mwanza, Tanzania
Rebecca Brambilla - Germany

Problem Management Plus and Alcohol (PM+A): a new transdiagnostic psychological intervention
Daniela Fuhr - Germany

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room P
P. Policy, politics and public health EUPHA 1.P. - Skills building seminar: Taking the elevator pitch to the next level: how to convince a policymaker in less than 2 minutes
Chairperson(s): Maaike Droogers - EUPHA

Thu 10th
9:00-10:00
Room Q
Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight PHIRI 1.Q. - Workshop: Summarising research evidence related to COVID-19 impact
Chairperson(s): Maria João Forjaz - Spain, Paulo Nogueira - Portugal

Looking for methodologies and data pathways used in research to assess the COVID-19 impact: a scientific literature review
Rodrigo Feteira-Santos - Portugal

Review of direct impact health indicators of COVID-19 in the scientific literature published between January 2020 and June 2021
Cesar Garriga - Spain

Etiologic and prognostic roles of frailty, multimorbidity and socioeconomic characteristics in the development of SARS-CoV-2 infection and related severe health outcomes: systematic reviews of population-based studies
Tatjana Makovski - France

Systematic review on digitals tools used for contact tracing of COVID-19 patients: interim results
Brigid Unim - Italy

Foresight and Preparedness Studies on COVID-19 in the World: A Systematic Literature Review
Mariana Peyroteo - Portugal


Poster walks - Thursday 10th Nov

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Workshops - Thursday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room A
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health Robert Koch Institute 2.A. - Round table: From Ebola to COVID-19: lessons learned from health systems strengthening efforts and system shocks
Chairperson(s): Johanna Hanefeld - Germany, Hanna-Tina Fischer - Germany

Charbel El Bcheraoui - Germany

Alexandre Delamou - Guinea

Abdul Mbawah - Sierra Leone

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room B
B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 RAND Europe 2.B. - Round table: Rethinking innovation systems to meet the challenges of AMR: Lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Sonja Marjanovic - United Kingdom, Sarah Parkinson - United Kingdom

Sonja Marjanovic - United Kingdom

Sarah Parkinson - United Kingdom

Nick Fahy - United Kingdom

Dimitra Panteli - Belgium

Michael Anderson - United Kingdom

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room C
C. European public health / Food and nutrition 2.C. - Oral presentations: Comparitive public health analysis
Measuring health expectancy in the European Union
João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO)

Barriers and facilitators to healthcare access for homeless people in four European countries
Tobias Schiffler - Austria

Barriers to access cancer prevention services for the homeless population in four European countries
Tobias Schiffler - Austria

Trans* people’s access to gender-affirming health care: A European comparison
Yudit Namer - Germany

A longitudinal study of how disability has affected survival in Swedish populations across 150 years
Johan Junkka - Sweden

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room D
D. Chronic diseases French National Cancer Institute 2.D. - Workshop: The challenges of developing population health intervention research in cancer health promotion
Chairperson(s): Jérôme Foucaud - France

Intervention research in health promotion: policy issues, the example of the ten-year cancer strategy in France
Jérôme Foucaud - France

Intervention research in health promotion: methodological issues
Anne-Fleur Guillemin - France

Intervention research in health promotion: transferability issues, from project to structuring
Florence Cousson-Gélie - France

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room E
E. Environment, climate and health EUPHA-URB, -ENV 2.E. - Workshop: The city of proximity: Accessible, Inclusive, Sustainable, Healthy and Salutogenic.
Chairperson(s): Stefano Capolongo - EUPHA (URB), Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Introducing walkable cities as a Public Health intervention.
Vlatka Matkovic - Belgium

(Re)thinking the city of proximity for Salutogenic purposes.
Andrea Rebecchi - Italy

The city of proximity (accessible, inclusive, sustainable, healthy & salutogenic): the case of Brussels Bourse, Grand-Place station.
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Environmental health perception by Brussels inhabitants: comparison between a top-down raising awareness and citizen science.
Pascaline Incourt - Belgium

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room F
F. Digital health and communication EUPHA-DH 2.F. - Skills building seminar: Health Data Pipelines: moving away from Excel to scalable, insightful and future-proof infostructure
Chairperson(s): Stefan Buttigieg - EUPHA (DH), Juan Rachadell - Portugal

From Personal to Public Health - building Health Data Pipelines
Stefan Buttigieg - EUPHA (DH)

Data protection and fairness by design
Juan Rachadell - Portugal

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room G
G. Health data, information and assessments EUPHA-HTA, EUPHAnxt 2.G. - Workshop: The development of HTA collaboration in Europe: where we are and where we are going
Chairperson(s): Chiara de Waure - EUPHA (HTA), Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA)

Why and how can HTA support evidence-informed health policymaking?
Iñaki Gutiérrez-Ibarluzea - Spain

The development of HTA collaboration at European level and the challenge of the EU regulation
Alric Ruether - Germany

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room H
H. Health determinants and health inequalities Governance, Ethics and Conflict of Interest in Public Health Network, UK Faculty of Public Health 2.H. - Workshop: Commercial determinants and global capture of public health- cases spanning the world
Chairperson(s): Jihad Makhoul - Lebanon

Building a qualitative systems map: applying systems thinking to the commercial determinants of health and industry influence on health policy
Adam Bertscher - United Kingdom

“We will take money from anywhere to support our work”: industry funding of humanitarian assistance in crises
Jihad Makhoul - Lebanon

Corporate Capture of the laws application in Colombia: a new form of capture for public policy actions
Hernando Salcedo Fidalgo - Colombia

Corporate capture of public health by food industries in Europe
Miguel Ángel Royo Bordonada - Spain

The Public Health Playbook: ideas for challenging the Corporate Playbook
Jennifer Lacy-Nichols - Australia

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room J
J. Health services and welfare systems 2.J. - Oral presentations: Health at work
Life events as predictors of unsustainable working life trajectories from a life course perspective
Mo Wang - Sweden

Contribution of compositional changes in the workforce to sickness absence trends in Finland
Elli Hartikainen - Finland

Employer support for employees returning to work from sick leave – evidence for Europe
Thomas Leoni - Austria

Labour market strategies addressing precarious employment and its impacts: A systematic review
Virginia Gunn - Canada

Excess costs of multiple sclerosis: A register-based study in Sweden
Chantelle Murley - Sweden

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room K
K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights Bielefeld University, School of Public Health, EUPHA-WGHL 2.K. - Round table: Navigational health literacy. Perspectives from Austria, Germany and Switzerland
Chairperson(s): Jürgen Pelikan - Austria

Doris Schaeffer - Germany

Lennert Griese - Germany

Saskia De Gani - Switzerland

Robert Griebler - Austria

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room L
L. Health workforce, training and practice EUPHA-HIA, -HWR, ASPHER 2.L. - Workshop: Public Health Institution and Academia’s role in building capacity for Health Impact Assessment
Chairperson(s): Piedad Martin-Olmedo - EUPHA (HIA), Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR)

Health impact Assessment practice in Wales: factors conditioning its success
Liz Green - United Kingdom

Old and new challenges of HIA Capacity building in Portugal
Luciana Costa - Portugal

Networking experiences for promoting HIA implementation in Andalusia
Piedad Martin-Olmedo - EUPHA (HIA)

(panellist)
Robert Otok - ASPHER

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room M
M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines RIVER-EU Project 2.M. - Workshop: Empowering examples of high vaccination in minorities: learning from three underserved communities
Chairperson(s): Michael Edelstein - Israel, Danielle Jansen - EUPHA (CAPH)

The Empowering Example of High Vaccine Uptake among the Arab Minority in Israel
Jumanah Essa-Hadad - Israel

Enablers and barriers associated with high MMR uptake among the Finnish Somali population
Idil Hussein - Finland

Reported Barriers and Enablers to Undertaking Childhood Vaccinations by Bangladeshi Parents in East London.
Ifra Ali - United Kingdom

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room N
N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health Euro-Peristat Network 2.N. - Workshop: Improving perinatal health and reducing inequality: the value of European population comparisons
Chairperson(s): Guenther Heller - Germany, Mika Gissler - Finland

Continuous perinatal health monitoring and analysis in Europe based on a federated analytic approach: a proof of concept study
Marianne Philibert - France

Setting targets for population health improvements: Trends in perinatal health in Europe over the past five years
Katarzyna Szamotulska - Poland

Socioeconomic differences in perinatal health outcomes: perinatal health surveillance through a health-equity prism
Lucy Smith - United Kingdom

Achieving more with less: lessons from country-level analyses of caesarean delivery and perinatal outcomes in Europe
Jennifer Zeitlin - France

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room O
O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ St George's, ESGITM 2.O. - Workshop: Meeting the needs of migrants: initial assessments, catch-up vaccination, and health systems response
Chairperson(s): Sally Hargreaves - United Kingdom, Ana Requena Mendez - Spain

Meeting the health needs of forcibly displaced populations: translating evidence into implementation via the WHO global research agenda on migration and health
Miriam Orcutt - United Kingdom

Strengthening implementation of catch-up vaccination and multi-disease screening for new migrants
Sally Hargreaves - United Kingdom

Community engagement to co-design and deliver public health interventions in newly arrived migrants
Alison Crawshaw - United Kingdom

Health care provision to migrants: what did we learn from the Ukraine, Afghan, and Syrian crises?
Apostolis Veizis - Greece

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room P
P. Policy, politics and public health EUPHA 2.P. - Round table: Covid-19 pandemic: the rise or downfall of public health
Chairperson(s): Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA, Marieke Verschuuren - EUPHA

Martin McKee - United Kingdom

Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - WHO EURO

Dineke Zeegers Paget - EUPHA

Klaus D. Pluemer - Germany

Caroline Costongs - EuroHealthNet

Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Room Q
Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight RIVM (Netherlands) 2.Q. - Workshop: Prepared for the unexpected: using foresight to address uncertainty
Chairperson(s): Henk Hilderink - EUPHA (FS), Ana Vieira - Netherlands

The inseparable relation between foresight and uncertainty
Henk Hilderink - EUPHA (FS)

FRESHER: Challenges and opportunities for building Health/Healthy futures
Giovanna Giuffrè - Italy

Normative uncertainties in public health foresight
Frank Den Hertog - Netherlands

How can policymakers incorporate uncertainty (as modelled through foresight) into policy evaluation?
Ana Vieira - Netherlands


Poster walks - Thursday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 10th
10:30-11:30
Hall
2.R. - Poster walk: Achieving universal health coverage
2.R.1 - Health equity of displaced Syrians in Lebanon
Riwa Khalifeh - Belgium

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Plenary session - Thursday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 10th
11:40-12:40
Plenary Hall
EPH Conference OC - Opening Ceremony: Strengthening health systems in Europe

Moderators:

Speakers:

  • Hans Kluge - WHO Regional Director for Europe
  • Stella Kyriakides – European Commission [tbc]
  • Karl Lauterbach – Minister of Health, Germany [tbc]


Lunch symposiums - Thursday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 10th
12:45-13:45
Plenary Hall
EC EC - EU Funding opportunities and procurement

Join the network meetings - Thursday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 10th
12:45-13:45
Room 1
EUPHA-CAPH JTN1 - Child and adolescent public health - Join the network

EUPHA Sections and working groups are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA Sections and working groups are inviting you to Join the Network and attend their annual meeting during the lunch break. These meetings are open to all delegates. Get your lunch before or after the meeting and feel free to join the network.


Thu 10th
12:45-13:45
Room 2
EUPHA-DH JTN2 - Digital health - Join the network

EUPHA Sections and working groups are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA Sections and working groups are inviting you to Join the Network and attend their annual meeting during the lunch break. These meetings are open to all delegates. Get your lunch before or after the meeting and feel free to join the network.


Thu 10th
12:45-13:45
Room 3
EUPHA-ECO JTN3 - Public health economics - Join the network

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Thu 10th
12:45-13:45
Room 4
EUPHA-HIA JTN4 - Health impact assessment - Join the network

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Thu 10th
12:45-13:45
Room 5
EUPHA-MIG JTN5 - Migrant and ethnic Minority health - Join the network

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Thu 10th
12:45-13:45
Room 6
EUPHA-WGGI JTN6 - Working group on Gender Inequality and Women empowerment - Join the network

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Lunch symposiums - Thursday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 10th
12:45-13:45
Room C
Vaccines Europe VE - Enhancing pathways for vaccine assessments and national decision-making – a driver of resilient health systems

Join the network meetings - Thursday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 10th
13:50-14:50
Room 4
EUPHA-SSWH JTN10 - Social security, work and health - Join the network

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Thu 10th
13:50-14:50
Room 5
EUPHA-URB JTN11 - Urban public health - Join the network

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Thu 10th
13:50-14:50
Room 1
EUPHA-ENV JTN7 - Environment and health - Join the network

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Thu 10th
13:50-14:50
Room 2
EUPHA-IDC JTN8 - Infectious diseases control - Join the network

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Thu 10th
13:50-14:50
Room 3
EUPHA-SGMH JTN9 - Sexual gender and minority health - Join the network

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Plenary session - Thursday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 10th
13:50-14:50
Plenary Hall
WHO EURO PL1 - Plenary 1: Can people afford to pay for health care? Evidence on inequity in financial protection in Europe

Moderator:

Keynote speaker:

  • Charles Normand, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Panellists:

  • Sarah Thomson, WHO Regional Office for Europe
  • Kaisa Immonen, European Patients' Forum (EPF)
  • Policy perspective from Germany (tbc)

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room A
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health Observatory 3.A. - Round table: Evidence-informed decision-making in patient care, public health, and health policy: the road ahead
Chairperson(s): Dimitra Panteli - Belgium, Samuel Sieber - Belgium

Suszy Lessof - Belgium

Tanja Kuchenmueller - Switzerland

Elena Petelos - EUPHA (HTA)

Ansgar Gerhardus - Germany

Isabelle Scholl - Germany

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room B
B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 EUPHA-EPI, -RP, -ETH, -PHG, -HTA, UK Faculty of Public Health 3.B. - Workshop: Quality of COVID-19 science: meta-research and the ethical implications for public health
Chairperson(s): Stefania Boccia - EUPHA (EPI), Alastair Leyland - EUPHA

Quality of COVID-19 research: An overview of large-scale assessments and a case study on excess mortality estimates
Lazaros Belbasis - Germany

Lessons learned from automated screening of COVID-19 preprints
Tracey Weissgerber - Germany

Sources of bias in COVID-19 infection fatality rate estimation
Angelo Maria Pezzullo - EUPHA (EPI)

Public Health Ethics and 'the Science' in Public Decision-Making
John Coggon - United Kingdom

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room C
C. European public health / Food and nutrition WHO EURO 3.C. - Workshop: The WHO European Health Report 2021: overcoming gaps in data and health information systems
Chairperson(s): Natasha Azzopardi Muscat - WHO EURO

Main findings of the European Health Report 2021
Ausra Zelviene - Denmark

Current gaps in data and health information system in the European Region
Stefania Davia - Denmark

Health information system (HIS) assessments as the starting point for HIS strengthening
Marieke Verschuuren - EUPHA

The importance of digitalisation and data science for HIS strengthening
David Novillo - Denmark

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room D
D. Chronic diseases EUPHA-CHR 3.D. - Workshop: An urgent need to fully understand Long Covid-19 and its sequela
Chairperson(s): Sarah Cuschieri - Malta, Julian Mamo - EUPHA (CHR)

Classification and risk factors of Post COVID-19 condition: a longitudinal study in the Belgian population
Pierre Smith - Belgium

How multimorbidity and socio-economic factors affect Long Covid: Evidence from European Countries.
Piotr Wilk - Canada

Perspectives of long COVID patients on their (unmet) needs: a national quantitative and qualitative study
Marie Dauvrin - Belgium

Long COVID: health symptoms, impact on health-related quality of life and mapping to disability weights
Juanita Haagsma - Netherlands

Long COVID and NCDs: the Elephant in the Room
Iveta Nagyova - EUPHA

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room E
E. Environment, climate and health EUPHA-ENV 3.E. - Workshop: Is (Planetary) health a priority in international deals?
Chairperson(s): Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV), Vlatka Matkovic - Belgium

Planetary health education: a cornerstone for international sustainable public health deals
Chiara Cadeddu - Italy

The European response and transformation towards healthy energy
Vlatka Matkovic - Belgium

Costs of air pollution impact on health in the Western Balkans: preliminary results
Claudio Belis - Italy

Health Experts’ voice for Healthier Choice – a call for Zero Air Pollution in the Western Balkans
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room F
F. Digital health and communication Leibniz ScienceCampus Digital Public Health Bremen LSC & EUPHA Digital Health Section 3.F. - Round table: Better DiPH – To plan, implement, evaluate, and the future of digital public health interventions
Chairperson(s): Laura Maass - Germany, Chen-Chia Pan - Germany

Highlighting the 'public 'in digital public health – a critical reflection
Hajo Zeeb - Germany

Moving from human-centred to society-centred design of health technologies
Jasmin Niess - Switzerland

A framework for developing and evaluating digital and public health tools
Saskia Muellmann - Germany

Implementing a digital public health project - lessons learned?
Stefan Buttigieg - EUPHA (DH)

Making the case for the governance of (digital public) health futures
Brian Li Han Wong - United Kingdom

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room G
G. Health data, information and assessments 3.G. - Pitch presentations: Data for health services research
Evidence based Model Care Pathway for Myasthenia Gravis: Key-interventions and Quality indicators
Massimiliano Panella - Italy

Association of hospital/ICU characteristics with HAIs: findings from the SPIN-UTI project
Martina Barchitta - Italy

Defining a definition of adverse events for long-term care settings
Laura Keyes - Ireland

Association between socio-economic deprivation and AHRQ composite indicator during pandemic
Fabrizio Cedrone - Italy

Factors influencing general practitioners’ decisions in migrant patients with mental health disorder
Camille Duveau - Belgium

Socio-economic inequalities in mental health: a new framework and analysis across 113 countries
Christoph Henking - United Kingdom

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room H
H. Health determinants and health inequalities 3.H. - Pitch presentations: Social inequalities and health
Adapting and testing a tool to map digital health resources use by older adults in Israel and Taiwan
Diane Levin-Zamir - Israel

Sexual health inequalities among women aged 16-24
Danielle Solomon - United Kingdom

Diabetes Prevention Programme and socioeconomic inequalities in Type 2 Diabetes in England.
Georgia Chatzi - United Kingdom

A community-based participatory approach to engaging Congolese migrants in intervention co-design
Alison Crawshaw - United Kingdom

Health Care Planning: method to improve primary health coverage and quality in Amazonas, Brazil
Ilana Eshriqui - Brazil

How can school-based interventions reduce health inequalities? Results from two reviews
Irene Moor - Germany

School tobacco policies and social inequalities in adolescent smoking
Nora Mélard - Belgium

The role of gender equity in healthy life expectancy in 27 European countries
Teresa Leão - Portugal

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room J
J. Health services and welfare systems 3.J. - Oral presentations: Performance of health care systems
Social context matters: the role of social support and social norms in healthcare solidarity
Marloes Meijer - Netherlands

How do countries plan, purchase and use imaging technologies to prevent over-purchase and overuse?
Ruth Waitzberg - Germany

Exploring the link between cancer policies and cancer survival: a comparison of seven countries
Ellen Nolte - United Kingdom

Hospital admissions in Austria during the COVID-19 Pandemic – a rapid analysis for 2020 and 2021
Herwig Ostermann - Austria

Barriers for using amoxycillin dispersible tablet in pediatric pneumonia treatment in Bangladesh
Sabbir Ahmed - Bangladesh

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room K
K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights 3.K. - Oral presentations: Healthy food choices
The fish paradox: people with low socio-economic status are not consuming the right type of fish
Yinjie Zhu - Netherlands

Whole grain intake, overall diet quality and key components of sustainable diets in Finnish adults
Rilla Tammi - Finland

Food choices characterized by the Nutri-Score nutrient profile and risk of cardiovascular diseases
Mélanie Deschasaux-Tanguy - France

Not all plant-based diets are associated with benefits on mortality: the Moli-sani Study
Marialaura Bonaccio - Italy

Ultra-processed food consumption and survival in older Italians from the Moli-sani Study
Marialaura Bonaccio - Italy

An exploration of reformulation efforts by the food industry in Ireland
Mary Rose Sweeney - Ireland

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room L
L. Health workforce, training and practice 3.L. - Pitch presentations: Health of health care workers
Mental health of healthcare workers during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Netherlands
Maaike van der Noordt - Netherlands

Health workers’ perception vs medically approved COVID-19 infection risk: the risk communication gap
Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR)

Nurses' coping with patients' relatives: Attachment style, burnout, and intentions to leave nursing
Amit Gur - Israel

Improving communication with hard of hearing and D/deaf patients: a capacity-building intervention
Véronique S Grazioli - Switzerland

Hospital nurse understaffing and short work experience: associations with mortality among patients
Marianna Virtanen - Finland

Opportunities to increase the attractiveness of the German Public Health Service as an employer
Laura Arnold - Germany

Workplace health promotion programs for employees in long-term care facilities - a systematic review
Michael Herz - Germany

Hospital hand hygiene after COVID-19: has the pandemic heightened healthcare workers’ awareness?
Giacomo Pietro Vigezzi - Italy

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room M
M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines EUPHA-IDC, -MIG 3.M. - Workshop: Health system barriers to vaccination in underserved communities: a tale of four countries
Chairperson(s): Bernadette Kumar - EUPHA (MIG), Maria Gańczak - EUPHA (IDC)

Health System Barriers for HPV-vaccine uptake in females with a Turkish or Moroccan Migration background in the Netherlands
Janine De Zeeuw - Netherlands

Health system barriers to vaccination among Ukrainian economic migrants in Poland
Maria Gańczak - EUPHA (IDC)

Health system barriers to HPV vaccination in marginalized Roma communities in Slovakia
Daniela Filakovska Bobakova - Slovakia

Health system barriers to HPV and MMR vaccination in recent migrants/refugees in Greece
Pania Karnaki - Greece

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room N
N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health IMAgiNE EURO Study Group 3.N. - Workshop: IMAgiNE EURO: Quality of maternity care in the WHO European Region during the COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Céline Miani - Germany, Marzia Lazzerini - Italy

Quality of facility-based maternal and newborn care around the time of childbirth during the COVID-19 pandemic
Marzia Lazzerini - Italy

Exclusive breastfeeding during the COVID-19 pandemic in 17 WHO European Region countries
Ilana Chertok - United States

Individual and country-level variables associated with the medicalization of birth
Céline Miani - Germany

Panelist
Emanuelle Pessa Valente - Italy

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room O
O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ University of Exeter 3.O. - Workshop: Structural stigma shapes LGBTQ+ mental health and well-being across countries
Chairperson(s): David Doyle - United Kingdom

The impact of country-level structural stigma on loneliness and social capital in older and younger LGB individuals in 113 countries
Dinah Gutermuth - United Kingdom

Stronger together: Community participation, structural stigma, and depressive symptoms of sexual and gender minority individuals living across 28 European countries
Berk Can Ünsal - Hungary

Structural stigma and sexual minority men’s depression and suicidality: A multi-level examination of mechanisms and mobility across 48 countries
John Pachankis - United States

Structural stigma and 7-year improvement in life satisfaction: A repeated cross-sectional study of sexual minority individuals across 28 countries
Richard Bränström - EUPHA (SGMH)

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room P
P. Policy, politics and public health Health Education England 3.P. - Round table: The Commercial Determinants of Health: Hidden influences across the life-course
Chairperson(s): Mark Petticrew - United Kingdom

Claire Mulrenan - United Kingdom

May van Schalkwyk - United Kingdom

Nason Maani - United Kingdom

Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Room Q
Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight RIVM (Netherlands), Sciensano (Belgium), PHIRI, EUPHA (PHMR) (FOR) 3.Q. - Workshop: Using foresight to anticipate future public health challenges
Chairperson(s): Henk Hilderink - EUPHA (FS), Petronille Bogaert - EUPHA (PHMR)

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

The future of health digitalization: The case of Primary Health Care in Portugal
Mariana Peyroteo - Portugal

Potential gains by effective early detection of diseases: proposal to approach informing public health policy in the Czech Republic
Ondrej Majek - Czechia

Foresight methodologies to unravel the indirect health economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cancer care and management in Belgium studied in the HELICON project
Yasmine Khan - Belgium

Foresight for policy – addressing the challenges for policy impact
Laurent Bontoux - Italy


Poster walks - Thursday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 10th
15:00-16:00
Hall
3.R. - Poster walk: Chronic diseases
3.R.1 - Overview of national strategies for the prevention and management of non-communicable diseases
Inanna Reinsperger - Austria

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Workshops - Thursday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room A
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health Health Information and Quality Authority, WHO, Department of Health in Ireland 4.A. - Workshop: Lessons from the response to COVID-19 to inform strengthening of Essential Public Health Functions
Chairperson(s): Michelle O'Neill - Ireland, Ronan Glynn - Ireland

Applying Essential Public Health Functions in building health systems’ resilience globally
Yu Zhang - Germany

High level review of configuration and reform of Public Health systems in selected countries
Karen Cardwell - Ireland

Essential Public Health Functions in Ireland: Perspectives to strengthen capacities and stewardship
Geraldine McDarby - Switzerland

Organisational perspectives on Public Health delivery in Ireland: Lessons learned from COVID-19
Michelle Norris - Ireland

Panelist
Yvonne Doyle - United Kingdom

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room B
B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 Observatory 4.B. - Workshop: Addressing backlogs and managing waiting lists during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic
Chairperson(s): Ewout Van Ginneken - Germany, Sarah Reed - United Kingdom

Health services during Covid-19: What do we know of the degree of service disruption and size of the backlogs?
Florian Tille - United Kingdom

What are the drivers of waiting times, waiting lists and backlog during and following the COVID-19 pandemic?
Luigi Siciliani - United Kingdom

Health system recovery from Covid-19: What policies are health systems using to tackle backlogs and bring down waiting times in the wake of the pandemic?
Sarah Reed - United Kingdom

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room C
C. European public health / Food and nutrition EUPHA-PHPP, Gesundheitsamt Düren, Foundation euPrevent 4.C. - Workshop: Promoting health without borders: cross-border public health policy in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine
Chairperson(s): Sofia Ribeiro - EUPHA (PHPP)

Euregional Youth Survey Structure and results of the cross border youth surveys
Dirk Philippsen - Germany

The Euregional policy impact of COVID 19 on the border region between the Netherlands, North-Rhine Westphalia and Belgium
Christian JPA Hoebe - Netherlands

Euregional Health Atlas: how to use it for cross-border public health policy Building a common health monitoring platform for the Meuse-Rhine Euroregion
Stefaan Demarest - Belgium

Concept of cross border policy in public health: what is it and how does it
Brigitte Van der Zanden - Netherlands

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room D
D. Chronic diseases EUPHA-CHR, -ENV 4.D. - Workshop: The interaction of environmental impact and chronic diseases: from theory to practice
Chairperson(s): Sarah Cuschieri - Malta, Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Food Production as a challenge for One Health Approach and Public Health
Marija Jevtic - EUPHA (ENV)

Sustainable dietetic models: strategies for communication and promotion
Francesca Scazzina - Italy

Rethink cities to promote an active lifestyle and tackle climate change: best practices from the OECD
Michele Cecchini - France

Strengthening resilience to address climate change and chronic diseases: evidence from small states
Stefano Moncada - Malta

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room E
E. Environment, climate and health Robert Koch Institute, IANPHI 4.E. - Workshop: The role of National Public Health Institutes and IANPHI as Key Climate Actors
Chairperson(s): Angela Fehr - Germany, Sébastien Denys - France

Engaging and supporting national public health institutes as key climate actors
Amandine Ballart - United States

How RIVM is responding to the challenge of protecting human health from the effects of climate change – now and in the future
Lisbeth Hall - Netherlands

The NIPH’s response to the climate and environmental crisis
Ågot Aakra - Norway

The German national public health institute’s journey to becoming a Key Climate Actor: The Robert Koch Institute’s strategy development process
Angelina Taylor - Germany

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room F
F. Digital health and communication Leibniz ScienceCampus Digital Public Health 4.F. - Skills building seminar: How can we achieve effective interdisciplinarity in digital public health practice?
Chairperson(s): Laura Maass - Germany, Chen-Chia Pan - Germany

What is interdisciplinarity, and how can we apply it to research and practice?
Merle Freye - Germany

Which disciplines form digital public health, and how do they relate to each other?
Chen-Chia Pan - Germany

Discussion table on health economics
Laura Maass - Germany

Discussion table on computer science
Daniel Diethei - Germany

Discussion table on psychology
Jasmin Niess - Switzerland

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room G
G. Health data, information and assessments EUPHA-ECO, -HTA 4.G. - Workshop: Economic evaluations of public health interventions: from case studies to next methodological steps
Chairperson(s): João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO), Vanessa Gorasso - EUPHA (ECO)

Economic evaluation of legislation-based public health interventions – the case of tobacco control
Julian Perelman - Portugal

A perspective on the assessment of the broad value of vaccinations
Chiara de Waure - EUPHA (HTA)

Challanges in economic evaluation of public health interventions: the example of surveillance of high risk pancreatic tumour patients.
Paolo Angelo Cortesi - Italy

Methodological advancements in costing methods for (public) health economic evaluations: results from the European PECUNIA project
Judit Simon - Austria

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room H
H. Health determinants and health inequalities University of Bath, Lancet 4.H. - Workshop: The Commercial determinants of health: latest thinking, models, tools and solutions
Chairperson(s): Anna Gilmore - United Kingdom

Defining and conceptualising the CDOH
Anna Gilmore - United Kingdom

Understanding commercial actors: a new framework
Jennifer Lacy-Nichols - Australia

Finding solutions to the commercial determinants of health: the need for systemic transformative change
Sharon Friel - Australia

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room J
J. Health services and welfare systems Berlin University of Technology 4.J. - Workshop: Health system performance assessment in Europe – recent developments, evidence, and challenges
Chairperson(s): Reinhard Busse - Germany, Carine Van de Voorde - Belgium

Health System Performance Assessment: how equitable is the Belgian health system?
Carine Van de Voorde - Belgium

Piloting the first health system performance assessment for Germany: key results and learnings
Miriam Blümel - Germany

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room K
K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights EUPHA-WGHL, -HP, -CAPH, TU Munich 4.K. - Workshop: Promoting and enhancing health literacy through school interventions
Chairperson(s): Orkan Okan - EUPHA (HP), Julia Dratva - EUPHA (CAPH)

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

Results from a systematic review of interventions promoting mental health literacy in youth
Alexandra Fretian - Germany

Health Literate Schools: Organizational Health Literacy in the School Setting
Sandra Kirchhoff - Germany

Teachers’ mental health literacy and action competencies
Julia Dratva - EUPHA (CAPH)

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room L
L. Health workforce, training and practice Robert Koch-Institute, EUPHA-HWR 4.L. - Round table: Mobilising coping and support strategies: learning from healthcare workers’ experiences of COVID-19
Chairperson(s): Heide Weishaar - Germany, Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR)

Megan Evans - Germany

George Valiotis - Belgium

Bernhard Gibis - Germany

Véronique S Grazioli - Switzerland

Ber Oomen - Belgium

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room M
M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines 4.M. - Oral presentations: COVID-19 impact
Long COVID among Children: Persistence of Symptoms 12 Weeks and More in a Cohort Study from Turkey
Öykü Turunç - Turkey

Changing social patterns: excess mortality during the first three COVID-19 waves in Belgium
Laura Van den Borre - Belgium

Impact of COVID-19 on emergency department use among home care recipients
Alberto Peano - Italy

Access of Syrian Refugee Women to Sexual and Reproductive Health Services in Turkey during COVID-19
Eray Öntaş - Turkey

Disruptions of cytological screening procedures due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Slovakia
Juliana Melichová - Slovakia

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room N
N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health WFPHA Oral Health Workgroup 4.N. - Workshop: Maternal Oral Health Models and Initiatives in Global and Public Health Perspectives
Chairperson(s): Hyewon Lee - Switzerland

Introducing Maternal Oral Health As Global Health And Public Health Agenda
Hyewon Lee - Switzerland

Tobacco Use Prevention and Cessation Programme For Pregnant Women Accessing Antenatal Care In Urban Public Health Facilities In Southern India
Sophia Thomas - India

Oral Health Literacy In Young Migrant/Refugee Mothers From Developing Countries.
Jane-Frances Esimekara - Switzerland

Innovative Ante-Natal Care: Healthy Teeth Healthy Baby, An Interprofessional Collaboration Initiative In Indonesia
Hyewon Lee - Switzerland

Maternal Oral Health and Global Oral Health: Policy Perspective
Khabiso Ramphoma - South Africa

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room O
O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ 4.O. - Oral presentations: Mental health disorders
Re-admission after early discharge from involuntary hospitalization of psychiatric patients
Zohar Mor - Israel

The 2009-2014 economic crisis and deaths by suicide in Portugal: time series analysis
Vera Pinheiro - Portugal

Educational inequalities in major depressive disorder over the adult life course: a microsimulation
Alexander Lepe - Netherlands

Risk factors for mental health disorders during the COVID-19 pandemic in Spain: A cohort study
Pere Castellvi - Spain

Are loneliness interventions effective in reducing loneliness? A meta-analytic review of 128 studies
Mathias Lasgaard - Denmark

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room P
P. Policy, politics and public health University of Limerick 4.P. - Workshop: Health promotion policy implementation evaluation: tools, challenges and futures directions
Chairperson(s): Aurélie Van Hoye - Ireland, Catherine Woods - Ireland

Finding the fitting framework for the implementation of policies promoting healthy nutrition and physically active lifestyle: Results from a systematic review
Sarah Forberger - Germany

Methods of policy monitoring in physical activity promotion: a systematic review across different levels of government
Sven Messing - Germany

The development of the Physical Activity Environment Policy Index (PA-EPI): a tool for monitoring and benchmarking government policies and actions to improve physical activity.
Catherine Woods - Ireland

Development of the Health Promoting Sports Club - National Audit Tool
Aurélie Van Hoye - Ireland

Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Room Q
Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight PHIRI, EUPHA-PHMR 4.Q. - Workshop: Showcasing PHIRI use case results measuring the impact of COVID-19 on population health
Chairperson(s): Enrique Bernal-Delgado - Spain, Thomas Ziese - Germany

Impact of COVID-19 on hospitalisation for diverse conditions in European countries
Andrea Schmidt - Austria

Was there any delay in the treatment of breast cancer patients because of the COVID-19 stringency measures?
Francisco Estupiñán - Spain

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on perinatal health and perinatal health inequalities in Europe
Jennifer Zeitlin - France

Monitoring COVID-19 related changes in population mental health
Carmen Rodríguez-Blázquez - Spain


Poster walks - Thursday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 10th
16:30-17:30
Hall
4.R. - Poster walk: Environment and health
4.R.1 - How much global climate adaptation finance is targeting the health sector?
Tilly Alcayna - Netherlands

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Join the network meetings - Thursday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 10th
17:40-18:40
Room 1
EUPHA-FN JTN12 - Food and nutrition - Join the network

EUPHA Sections and working groups are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA Sections and working groups are inviting you to Join the Network and attend their annual meeting during the lunch break. These meetings are open to all delegates. Get your lunch before or after the meeting and feel free to join the network.


Thu 10th
17:40-18:40
Room 2
EUPHA-HSR JTN13 - Health services research - Join the network

EUPHA Sections and working groups are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA Sections and working groups are inviting you to Join the Network and attend their annual meeting during the lunch break. These meetings are open to all delegates. Get your lunch before or after the meeting and feel free to join the network.


Thu 10th
17:40-18:40
Room 3
EUPHA-PMH JTN14 - Public mental health - Join the network

EUPHA Sections and working groups are theme-specific networks that organise workshops and projects together. All EUPHA Sections and working groups are inviting you to Join the Network and attend their annual meeting during the lunch break. These meetings are open to all delegates. Get your lunch before or after the meeting and feel free to join the network.



Plenary session - Thursday 10th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 10th
17:40-18:40
Plenary Hall
EUPHA, EC PL2 - Plenary 2: Benefits and challenges of the European Health Data Space

Moderators:

Speakers:

  • Andrzej Rys, European Commission
  • Petronille Bogaert, Sciensano, Belgium, and president of EUPHA Public health monitoring and reporting section
  • Irene Schlünder, TMF, Germany 
  • Emmanuel Bacry, Health Data Hub, France (tbc)
  • Representative of the European Patients’ Forum