Poster displays

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity

8:00-19:00
Hall
DA - Strengthening health systems: improving population health
DA.1 - Improving surgical outcomes in Tanzania through in-person training and mentorship: A case study
Helen Huang - Ireland

DA.2 - Providers’ Experience with Artificial Intelligence-Based System During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Joe Lintz - United States

DA.3 - Primary care organisation in remote rural municipalities in Brazil
Lucas Cabral - Brazil

DA.4 - Colorectal Cancer Prevention in Eastern European (EaP) Countries: A Policy Analysis
Miranda Nonikashvili - Georgia

DA.5 - Person-centred care to prevent hospitalisation - a focus group study with primary care providers
Cecilie Nørby Lyhne - Denmark

DA.6 - Knowledge and use of antibiotics among health care users in Institute of public health of Belgrade
Gordana Belamaric - Serbia

DA.8 - International Horizon Scanning the impact of Covid-19 on increasing the health gap and vulnerability
Liz Green - United Kingdom

DA.9 - Healthcare Needs and Barriers to Access of Care among Disaffiliates from Ultra-Orthodox Community
Ronit Pinchas-Mizrachi - Israel

DA.10 - Personal budget: integration of social and health resources of frail elderly in supported discharge
Martina Giusti - Italy

DA.11 - Patient experiences of healthcare under PM-JAY health insurance: findings from seven Indian states
Swati Srivastava - Germany

DA.12 - Does community HIV combination prevention (HPTN 071 (PopART)) impact healthcare inequity?
Christa Hansen - United Kingdom

DA.13 - “A basic frame existed but was not followed” – Finnish public health system´s response to COVID-19
Moona Huhtakangas - Finland

DA.15 - The adoption of behavioural science into local government
Susie Sykes - United Kingdom

DA.16 - Essential Medicines for Dental Caries: Cost-Effectiveness of ART and SDF
Julia Gierth - Germany

DA.17 - A training ground Lay out improves rehabilitation after trauma surgery: A Fast Track Policy
Fabiana Rubba - Italy

DA.18 - Breast cancer incidence and mortality in Georgia by regions and municipalities in 2015-2019
Diana Nemsadze - Georgia

DA.19 - Healthy ageing: Herpes zoster infection and the role of the adjuvanted recombinant zoster vaccine
Desmond Curran - Belgium

DA.20 - Interorganisational collaboration to improve accessibility of diagnostic evaluations for children
Eva Cloet - Belgium

DA.21 - Thyroid cancer incidence in the female population of Georgia by regions and municipalities
Tina Beruchashvili - Georgia

DA.22 - Evaluation of primary health care system in Yangon Region, Myanmar: a mixed-method approach
Jihyun Moon - Netherlands

DA.23 - Smoking cessation for cancer patients through the lens of cancer specialists: challenges & solutions
Patricia Fitzpatrick - Ireland

DA.24 - Attitudes of children and adolescents towards healthy lifestyle issues
Natia Antia - Georgia

DA.25 - Enhancing COVID 19 vaccination coverage in Sierra Leone
Thea Scognamiglio - Italy

DA.26 - stylish UV-C lamp for disinfecting household objects
Raffaele Iannaccone - Italy

DA.27 - Factors associated with hospitalization for aortic stenosis in Portugal from 2015 to 2017
Fernando Genovez Avelar - Portugal

DA.28 - Assessment of infection prevention and control system at dental institutions in Georgia
Tamta Chitaladze - Georgia

DA.29 - Key issues for implementation of Genomics in Healthcare: a Policy Brief
Alexandra Costa - Portugal

DA.30 - Promoting positive masculinities among young people in Stockholm, Sweden. A mixed-methods study
Mariano Salazar - Sweden

DA.31 - Health system efficiency in Germany: results of a pilot study to assess health system performance
Philipp Hengel - Germany

DA.32 - Quality of health care in Germany: results of a pilot study to assess health system performance
Philipp Hengel - Germany

DA.33 - Towards Better Oral Health Prevention: the Value for Money of Fluoride Toothpaste
Theresa Hofbauer - Germany

DA.34 - knowledge and practices among healthcare professionals regarding measles vaccination: is there a gap?
Bouthaina Trabelsi Werchfeni - Tunisia

DA.35 - The European pharmacy market: the density and its influencing factors
Selina Schwaabe - Germany

DA.36 - Need for a competency-based approach for the Public Health Workforce training: the ISS proposal
Guglielmo Arzilli - Italy

DA.37 - Ukrainian refugee crisis: the experience of the Roman Local Health Authority “ASL Roma 1”
Andriy Melnyk - Italy

DA.38 - Smart Brain Care – A novel approach to health care of mild cognitive impairment and mild dementia
Ann-Kathrin Schwientek - Germany

DA.39 - Complete coverage by examinations: relationship to colorectal cancer burden and the COVID-19
Ondrej Ngo - Czechia

DA.40 - Five-hub General Conceptual Framework to improve the vaccination coverage for newly arrived migrants
Nikoletta Papaevgeniou - Greece

DA.41 - Establishment of the Namibian National Public Health Institute: laboratory systems strengthening
Carolina Matos - Germany

DA.42 - Informal caregivers’ profile needs: where do we stand?
Andreia Costa - Portugal

DA.43 - Digital transformation of public health systems: strengthening to take rights seriously
Anabelle Macedo Silva - Brazil

DA.44 - Socio-demographic and socio-economic disparities in medical rehabilitation in Germany in 2019
Silke Kniffert - Germany

DA.45 - Vocational training of health mediators of primary care teams improves their sense of coherence
Karolina Kósa - Hungary


8:00-19:00
Hall
DB - Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19
DB. - Implementation of “COVID-19 case investigation and contact tracing” training program in Armenia
Zaruhi Grigoryan - Armenia

DB.1 - Dealing with the unknown: perceptions and fears of SARS-CoV-2 infection among hospital workers
Mireia Utzet - Spain

DB.2 - Beirut blast: the experiences of acute care hospitals
Samar Al-Hajj - Lebanon

DB.3 - Battling Surgical Care Disruption in a Pandemic: Experience of 11 South & Southeast Asian Countries
Naomi Huang - Singapore

DB.4 - The impact of the AstraZeneca suspensions on the public’s vaccination intentions and trust
Marion de Vries - Netherlands

DB.5 - “My quality of life was not the best” experiences of Australians during the COVID pandemic.
Heidi Green - Australia

DB.6 - The impact of four dominating variants and vaccine coverage on Covid-19 mortality: the Malta case
Sarah Cuschieri - Malta

DB.7 - Impact of mask-wearing on child and adolescent psychosocial development: a systematic review
Alice Freiberg - Germany

DB.8 - Acceptance of the COVID-19 Vaccine using Health Belief Model in Georgia: Online Survey Study
Irakli Meliashvili - Georgia

DB.9 - Total, sex and age-specific excess mortality during 2020 in 20 countries part of the C-MOR consortium
Christiana Demetriou - Cyprus

DB.10 - SARS-CoV-2 effective reproduction number and mobility patterns: three groups of countries
Mounir Ould Setti - Finland

DB.11 - The impact of COVID-19 on persons with concurrent mental health and substance use disorders
Marja Leonhardt - Norway

DB.12 - Process evaluation of a university residence-based SARS-CoV-2 testing programme in the UK
Holly Blake - United Kingdom

DB.13 - Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on stroke and STEMI patient management: French regional registry
Florence Saillour-Glenisson - France

DB.16 - Uptake and impact of COVID-19 preventive measures amongst migrant populations in the Netherlands
Marieke Torensma - Netherlands

DB.17 - The EU response to NCDs: a content analysis on building resilient post-COVID health systems
Martina Paric - Netherlands

DB.18 - Public Health benefits by implementing digital symptom diaries for COVID patients from Cologne
Barbara Gruene - Germany

DB.19 - Impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions on COVID-19 incidence/deaths across 32 European countries
Kayvan Bozorgmehr - Germany

DB.20 - COVID-19 vaccination intent and associated factors in healthcare workers: cross-sectional study
Ana Zhelyazkova - Germany

DB.21 - Willingness to participate in a COVID-19 follow-up study and symptoms 1.5 years after infection
Sara Schramm - Germany

DB.22 - Analysis of a test system for the detection of SARS-CoV-2 in children attending school
Edoardo Boietti - Italy

DB.23 - First year of the pandemic: Years of Life Lost due to COVID-19 in Serbia
Aleksandar Stevanović - Serbia

DB.24 - Non-COVID activity in French emergency department during COVID-19 pandemic (March 2020 to March 2022)
Anne Fouillet - France

DB.25 - The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on primary care in high-income countries. A scoping review
Markus Kraus - Austria

DB.26 - Integrating mental health into emergency preparedness and response: lessons learned from Covid-19
Muhammad Alkasaby - United Kingdom

DB.27 - Health Emergency and Disaster Risk Management During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Case Study from Italy
Emanuela Parotto - Italy

DB.28 - COVID-19 measures and their impact on mental health of older people
Felix Wittmann - Germany

DB.29 - Women’s experiences of accessing vaccines during pregnancy and for their babies during COVID-19.
Helen Skirrow - United Kingdom

DB.31 - Mortality in Covid-19 patients hospitalized in a teaching hospital in Italy during the first 3 waves
Anna Odone - EUPHA (DH) (IDC)

DB.32 - Civil-military cooperation to contain COVID-19 epidemic in Israel- Lesson learned
Zohar Mor - Israel

DB.33 - Measuring direct/indirect impact of COVID-19 pandemic: the Italian example in the PHIRI project
Andrea Faragalli - Italy

DB.34 - Determinants of COVID-19 vaccine uptake among healthcare workers and the general population in Cyprus
Konstantinos Giannakou - Cyprus

DB.35 - Home care for vulnerable populations with special needs during a disaster in Germany
Michael Ewers - Germany

DB.36 - True death toll of COVID-19 in Georgia: estimates of the number of deaths from COVID-19
Levan Kandelaki - Georgia

DB.37 - Bulgarian population – before COVID-19 and now
Dima Tsanova - Bulgaria

DB.38 - Impact of COVID-19 on the essential healthcare services at primary healthcare level
Serine Sahakyan - Armenia

DB.39 - Tobacco control is integral to global COVID-19 response: an opportunity to accelerate toward SDGs
Daniel T.H. Chen - United Kingdom

DB.40 - Factors associated with French digital contact tracing and reasons for non-use: a national survey
Rajae Touzani - France

DB.41 - Facing COVID-19 in Georgia - left behind children coping better with COVID-19 precautions
Khatia Antia - Germany

DB.42 - What factors contribute to maintaining mental well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Corinna Kausmann - Germany

DB.43 - Estimated excess mortality figures in the year 2020-2021 in casentino municipalities (Italy)
Mariachiara Gennari - Italy

DB.44 - Epidemiology of covid-19 in Mongolia: descriptive findings
Khorolsuren Lkhagvasuren - Mongolia

DB.45 - Learning from slums in COVID-19 in Indore, Agra, India: Preparedness lessons for future disasters
Siddharth Agarwal - India

DB.46 - Modeling and analysis of psychological mechanism for preventive behaviors against the COVID-19
Yasuyuki Fukukawa - Japan

DB.47 - Covid-19 Hospitalization Costs Assessment in an Italian Covid Hospital
Marco Scattaglia - Italy

DB.48 - Is it really possible to leave sars-cov-2 outside the door?
Bianca Maria Bocci - Italy

DB.49 - A time-varying SIRD model for dynamic vaccination strategies against COVID-19
Valentina Lucarelli - Italy

DB.50 - Healthy aging in place during the pandemic in Northern Italy
Sigrid Mairhofer - Germany

DB.51 - USCA service utilization in the city of Florence (Italy) during the COVID-19 pandemic
Primo Buscemi - Italy

DB.52 - Resilience and life quality of health professionals in capital of Turkey during COVID-19 pandemic
Özge Tonbuloğlu Altıner - Turkey

DB.53 - Management of vaccine-related issues during a pandemic emergency: activation of a referral center
Christian Cintori - Italy

DB.54 - Don’t be scared to touch! Effectiveness of a new disinfection technology based on Ag ions & Zeolite
Valerio Peruzzi - Italy

DB.55 - Impact of the pandemic on surgical oncology in Piedmont, Italy: a retrospective observational study
Paolo Ragusa - Italy

DB.56 - Are we socially equally at risk of smoking during the COVID-19 pandemic? French data from 2009-2021
Astrid Juhl Andersen - France

DB.57 - Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on population-based cancer screening: Interrupted Time Series Analysis
João Diogo Geraldes Pereira Godinho Simões - Portugal

DB.58 - Unravelling the impact of COVID-19 on mental health: a scoping review using the disaster model
Elke van Hoof - Belgium

DB.59 - Sustaining health system resilience in extreme circumstances
Giulia Loffreda - United Kingdom

DB.60 - The conspiracy beliefs predict the dissatisfaction with governmental performance during the pandemic
Mariusz Duplaga - Poland

DB.61 - Change in the structure of mortality due to causes during the Pandemic of Covid - 19 in Bulgaria
Penka Stefanova - Bulgaria

DB.62 - Response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the legally deprived population of liberty in Cali (Colombia)
Miyerlandi Torres Agredo - Colombia

DB.63 - Over-the-counter Medication Use during Pandemic: Lessons Learned from Covid-19 in Lithuania.
Rachel Elands - Netherlands

DB.64 - Religious pilgrimage and COVID-19. An observational report in Italy from contact tracing activities.
Emanuela Maria Frisicale - Italy

DB.65 - Isostrain among tourism employees in Tunisia during COVID-19 pandemic
Sihem Ben Fredj - Tunisia

DB.66 - Lessons from the epidemiological investigation efforts during the COVID-19 epidemic in Israel
Liron Inchi - Israel

DB.67 - Buffer Spaces in Healthcare facilities: strategies for managing and designing strategic areas
Marco Gola - Italy

DB.68 - COVID-19 Follow-Up Centers: An Initiative for Identifying the Long-Term Effects of COVID-19
Gülcan Tecirli - Turkey

DB.70 - How to handle occupational well-being of critical care workers. A lesson from the pandemic.
Nicola Magnavita - Italy

DB.72 - A study on determinants of COVID-19 knowledge and preventive practices among Polish schools teachers
Maria Gańczak - EUPHA (IDC)

DB.73 - Does political stringency change students' adherence to governmental recommendations?
Gabriele Berg-Beckhoff - Denmark

DB.74 - Job losses and financial hardship:Effect of COVID-19 lockdown on private health care Sousse Tunisia
Sawsen Nouira - Tunisia

DB.75 - Adherence towards public health interventions (PHI) in COVID-19 – lessons from system dynamics
Zsófia Kollányi - Hungary

DB.76 - Vaccine Literacy, Covid-19 and influenza: a cross-sectional survey in Prato in the 2nd pandemic wave
Mario Bruschi - Italy

DB.77 - Public Health Workforce training Laboratorium: Pilot e-Learning course on CBE and PBL models
Guglielmo Arzilli - Italy

DB.79 - Migrant and ethnic minorities at higher risk of COVID-19 severe outcomes? A systematic review
Elena Mazzalai - Italy

DB.80 - A digital epidemiology approach to non-influenza respiratory viruses before and after COVID-19
Irma Varela-Lasheras - Portugal

DB.81 - Risk assessment after higih exposure to PRAS in drinking water
Kristina Jakobsson - Sweden

DB.82 - Risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection in high and low-risk cohabitants, in Loures and Odivelas, Portugal
Inês Mateus Cunha - Portugal

DB.83 - Spatial analysis of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and social deprivation in Portugal
Constança Carvalho - Portugal

DB.84 - Covid-19-related health literacy: a cross-sectional study in Israel
Michal Laron - Israel

DB.86 - The LoCo (Lockdown Cohort)-effect: Socioeconomic differences in fertility during the pandemic
Moritz Oberndorfer - Austria

DB.87 - Training the Armed Forces personnel in COVID-19 contact tracing: a Portuguese case study
Sofia Carmezim Pereira - Portugal

DB.88 - Increasing the resilience of neighbourhoods to epidemics of infectious respiratory disease
Jacqueline Hamilton - Germany

DB.89 - Learning from pandemics: using extraordinary events can improve disease now-casting models
Sara Mesquita - Portugal

DB.90 - Where are the children of working parents during school closures?
Sigrid Mairhofer - Germany

DB.91 - Characteristics of COVID-19 cases with breakthrough infection in the governorate of Sousse, Tunisia
Sihem Ben Fredj - Tunisia

DB.93 - Factors associated with post-COVID-19 confinement vape use in young adults
Josue Eli Villegas Dominguez - Mexico


8:00-19:00
Hall
DC - Global health and Europe’s role in global health
DC.1 - Decolonising global health in Africa: research agendas in public health, law, and human rights
David Patterson - Netherlands

DC.2 - Managing Innovation for Sustainable Health:rethinking training of health officials in fragile states
Freddy Bangelesa - Congo, Democratic Republic of the

DC.3 - Assessing access to WASH in school in Kazakhstan during COVID-19
Kamshat Tussupova - Sweden


8:00-19:00
Hall
DD - Achieving universal health coverage (UHC): reducing health inequity
DD.1 - Socioeconomic and geographic inequalities in colorectal cancer in Cyprus: An ecological study
Demetris Lamnisos - Cyprus

DD.2 - Intergenerational transmission of poverty and children’s lifestyle habits in Okinawa, Japan
Akira Kyan - Japan

DD.3 - Healthcare access through community-based health insurance among senegalese migrants
Modou Diop - Spain

DD.4 - SDG5 Gender Equality during the COVID-19 pandemic: an international comparative policy assessment
Ellen Kuhlmann - EUPHA (HWR)

DD.5 - Using Citizen Science to examine health and access to health care of uninsured patients in Germany
Jacqueline Warth - Germany

DD.6 - Prior activation of social work team process by pre-admission one-click automatic referral system
Sung-Bin Chon - Korea, South

DD.7 - Racism in German medical education – Perspectives of racialized physicians and medical students
Hans Vogt - Germany

DD.8 - Co-developing a tailored vaccination intervention with Congolese migrants: a participatory study
Alison Crawshaw - United Kingdom

DD.9 - Constructing a socioeconomic status index for colorectal cancer screening evaluation
Ana Molina-Barceló - Spain

DD.10 - Assessing the utility of primary health care Indicator-Activities in community health worker programs
Shagufta Perveen - Australia

DD.11 - Short and long-term inequity in outpatient medical use by the type of medical institutions in Korea
JungYeon Yang - Korea, South

DD.12 - Managing failure: assembling forced migrant mental health coverage in England
Philipa Mladovsky - United Kingdom

DD.14 - The role of income in the lives of people with long-term disabilities: A multi-country analysis
Ana Oña - Switzerland

DD.15 - The effect of social deprivation on the dynamic of the SARS-CoV-2 infection in France
Sabira Smaili - France

DD.16 - Healthcare use by children in North West London 2015-2019 by deprivation and integrated care access
Francesca Neale - United Kingdom

DD.17 - How social capital enabled healthcare access and navigation by vulnerable people during Covid-19
Francesca Zanni - Italy

DD.18 - Epidemiological factors affecting health service utilization in diabetic patients in Ethiopia
Roberto Benoni - Italy

DD.19 - Inequality in access to COVID-19 vaccines: an annual experience in Verona (Italy)
Anna Sartorello - Italy

DD.20 - Strategies to increase catch-up vaccination among migrants: a qualitative study and rapid review
Anna Deal - United Kingdom

DD.21 - Health System Performance Assessment: Does Germany provide good access to healthcare?
Miriam Blümel - Germany

DD.22 - Gender inequalities in mortality in Lithuania: the HAPIEE Study
Hynek Pikhart - Czechia

DD.23 - Factors influencing the implementation of school interventions: a systematic review
Friederike Butscher - Germany

DD.24 - Maternal educational inequalities in child’s birth weight: ONS Longitudinal Study
Jitka Pikhartova - Czechia

DD.25 - The paid sick leave and sickness benefits for universal health coverage: a scoping review
Huisun Lee - Korea, South

DD.26 - Overcoming impediments to universal health coverage in Nepal during the past three decades
Ashok Bhurtyal - Nepal

DD.27 - Promote equal access to COVID19 vaccination: strategies of the Local Authority Toscana SudEst, Italy
Domitilla Marconi - Italy


8:00-19:00
Hall
DE - Chronic diseases
DE.1 - Prevalence and associated risk factors of hypertension among the adult population:
Hamid Hussain - United Arab Emirates

DE.2 - Cancer Survivorship Disparities in Delaware
Sangeeta Gupta - United States

DE.3 - Associations of obesity and metabolic phenotypes with risk of cardiovascular disease.
Jung Won Hwang - Korea, South

DE.4 - Chronic diseases and multi-morbidity in persons experiencing homelessness: a cross-sectional study
Wandini Lutchmun - Germany

DE.5 - Prevalence of dyslipidemia and its associated factors among adolescents in United Arab Emirates
Syed Shah - United Arab Emirates

DE.6 - Epidemiology of Tuberculosis in Kazakhstan: Data from National Electronic Healthcare System 2014-2019
Yesbolat Sakko - Kazakhstan

DE.7 - The association between depression and quality of life in the elderly
Konstantina Soultana Kitsou - Greece

DE.8 - Did social inequality in mortality increase in early years of post-communist transition in Czechia?
Martin Bobak - United Kingdom

DE.9 - The age of chronic diseases onset – the results of the longitudinal study
Hana Slachtova - Czechia

DE.10 - Effectiveness and safety of immunosuppressants in kidney transplant: a cohort study in Italy
Marco Finocchietti - Italy

DE.11 - The behavioural risk factors for health losses from NCD's in Uzbekistan
Abdulaziz Hayitov - Uzbekistan

DE.12 - People with diabetes have a substantial lower life expectancty
Henk Hilderink - EUPHA (FS)

DE.13 - Long COVID in primary care: survey among general practitioners (spring 2022, Belgium).
Sarah Moreels - Belgium

DE.14 - Case-mix and outcome variability in people with diabetic foot complications in England and Scotland
Bernardo Meza - United Kingdom

DE.15 - Knowledge, attitudes, practices on hepatitis C and HCV screening: an Italian cross-sectional study
Giuseppina Lo Moro - Italy

DE.16 - Walk the path of cervical cancer elimination in Italy: current scenario and shared recommendations
Chiara de Waure - EUPHA (HTA)

DE.17 - Good life with care in the home of people with dementia through robotic use and accompaniment
Renate Schramek - Germany

DE.18 - Primary prevention of chronic diseases in Croatia
Maja Maric-Bajs - Croatia

DE.19 - Utilization and rationality of cardiovascular drug prescribing in Croatia
Maja Maric-Bajs - Croatia

DE.20 - Pharmacist care in hypertension management: systematic review of randomized controlled trials
Viktoria Gastens - Switzerland

DE.21 - The association between body fat percentage and self-reported depression in the United Arab Emirates
Mitha Al Balushi - United Arab Emirates

DE.22 - Combined Overview on Diverticular Assessment:a new score for the management of diverticular disease
Gabriella Nasi - Italy

DE.23 - Higher VTE in a Roma population attributed to raised genetic risk and gene-environmental interaction
Shewaye Natae - Hungary

DE.24 - Association of HDL subfractions with cardiovascular risk in Hungarian general and Roma populations
Péter Pikó - EUPHA (PHG)

DE.25 - Exploration of healthcare professionals’ views on a work-related support intervention
Maarten Butink - Netherlands

DE.27 - Two-decade trends and factors associated with overweight and obesity among young adults in Nepal
Sujata Shakya - Nepal

DE.28 - Involving YOUNG people with Type 1 Diabetes in reSearch and the development of healTh cARe activities
Kristin Ganahl - Austria

DE.29 - Trends of hospital admissions and mortality of patients with dementia: descriptive study in Lombardy
Paola Bertuccio - Italy

DE.30 - Trends in incidence of cervical cancer in England, 1985-2019
Anjum Memon - United Kingdom

DE.32 - Barriers and opportunities for non-communicable disease policy adoption and implementation
Giulia Loffreda - United Kingdom

DE.33 - The impact of cancer on the self-employed: a qualitative study
Elke van Hoof - Belgium

DE.34 - Breast cancer trends in women in Cyprus: a population-based study between 2004-2017
Annalisa Quattrocchi - Cyprus

DE.35 - Work adaptions and most limiting symptom for workers with Multiple Sclerosis in different occupations
Alejandra Machado - Sweden

DE.36 - Prevalence of chronic diseases among United Arab Emirates University students: cross-sectional study
Maryam Mohammed Bashir - United Arab Emirates

DE.37 - The impact of smoking on immunological response to SARS-COV 2: a nationwide seroepidemiological study
Serine Sahakyan - Armenia

DE.39 - Treatment burden and associated factors: a population-based survey in Central Denmark Region 2017
Marie Hauge Pedersen - Denmark

DE.40 - Comparing health insurance and survey data in estimating prevalence of chronic diseases
Maria Salve Vasquez - Belgium

DE.41 - Validation of cardiovascular risk prediction in Type 2 diabetes through federated cohorts in Europe
Fabrizio Carinci - Italy

DE.42 - Long-term outcomes of a large smoking cessation cohort in a tertiary-care center between 2006-2022
Kadir Mutlu Hayran - Turkey

DE.43 - Patient satisfaction with colorectal cancer screening programs: a systematic review
Giansanto Mosconi - Italy

DE.44 - The economic burden of Diabetes Mellitus in Belgium from 2013 to 2017
Vera Pinheiro - Portugal

DE.45 - Cervical cancer rates in relation to the Roma population distribution in Slovakia in 2013 – 2020
Dominika Plančíková - Slovakia

DE.46 - Diabetes and obesity among immigrants in Navarra (Spain), the APNA Study
Ines Aguinaga-Ontoso - Spain

DE.47 - Impact of a Cancer Diagnosis on Quality of Life among Cancer Survivors and their Partners
Ana Rute Costa - Portugal


8:00-19:00
Hall
DF - Climate change and health / Environment / Urban health
DF.1 - What if all are mistaken in their assessments of the inhaled dose of air pollutants?
Aleksandr Ishmatov - Russia

DF.2 - HBM4EU feasibility studies: Lessons learned in combining health and human biomonitoring studies
Hanna Tolonen - EUPHA (PHMR)

DF.3 - Building capacity to use legal tools to address climate change through a public health lens
David Patterson - Netherlands

DF.4 - Mitigating effects of desert dust storms in asthmatic children: health visitors’ perceptions, Cyprus
Paraskevi Kinni - Cyprus

DF.5 - Microplastics inhalation and their effects on human health: a systematic review
Gaia Surya Lombardi - Italy

DF.6 - Increasing urban health awareness using an interactive approach: evidence from a school-based study
Doris Zjalic - Italy

DF.7 - Temperature related infectious disease mortality among infants and seasonality in Sweden, 1868-1892
Johan Junkka - Sweden

DF.9 - Monitoring heat-related morbidity in North Rhine-Westphalia – an explorative approach
Christiane Lübke - Germany

DF.10 - Education in Urban Health: the experience of Public Health residents in an Italian high school
Chiara Cadeddu - Italy

DF.11 - Beyond cost-effectiveness: a framework for the assessment of the social value of One Health
Sara Martins - Portugal

DF.14 - Introduction to the AQ-WATCH Project and the AQ-WATCH Toolkit to fight air pollution
Cathy Li - Germany

DF.15 - Climate change: a major challenge for health care facilities
Jérémy Guihenneuc - France

DF.16 - Temperature and cardiovascular diseases: exploring associations in India and public health insights
Shreya Shrikhande - Switzerland

DF.17 - Short-term exposure to PM2.5 and hospital admissions for respiratory causes in the Czech Republic
Hana Tomaskova - Czechia

DF.18 - Exposure to PM pollution and the risk of respiratory diseases in Upper Silesia inhabitants
Joanna Kobza - Poland

DF.19 - Impact of seasonality on physical activity: a systematic review
Raquel Faubel - Spain

DF.20 - Staff retention and healthcare environment. New challenges for hospital design and organization
Andrea Brambilla - Italy

DF.22 - Coping strategies and barriers to coping in climate- vulnerable Bangladesh: a qualitative study
Kyra Lilier - Germany

DF.23 - Safer school with near-UVA technology: novel applications for Environmental Hygiene
Roberta Bosco - Italy

DF.24 - Effectiveness of food systems’ policies tackling malnutrition and climate change – A scoping review
Celia Burgaz - Belgium

DF.25 - Anticipating the unimaginable: Heat Health Warning Systems in Europe and Australia
Magdalene Parkes - United Kingdom

DF.26 - Exposure to PM2.5 and cardiovascular diseases in Portugal – the contribute of PMCardImpact project
Carla Martins - Portugal

DF.27 - Citizens’ views on transition policies and risks related to climate change - the case of Finland
Sakari Karvonen - Finland

DF.28 - Drivers of Energy Consumption in Portuguese Hospitals - a panel analysis
Jose Chen-Xu - Portugal

DF.29 - A scoping review on community action, climate change, and health in the anglophone Caribbean
Sonja Myhre - Norway


8:00-19:00
Hall
DG - Digital health and communication
DG.1 - Health and medical apps - Same same but different? A review of definitions in public health and law
Laura Maass - Germany

DG.2 - Vitamin D and Covid-19: the need for accurate public health messaging
Randeep Heer - United Kingdom

DG.3 - Are youth with visual impairments at the risk of online aggression?
Magdalena Wrzesinska - Poland

DG.4 - Health promotion and disease prevention with digital technologies for older people: Scoping review
Karina Karolina De Santis - Germany

DG.5 - Development and usage of an ehealth web tool informing women of personalized recommendations
Keren Greenberg - Israel

DG.6 - Digital coping of parents in conflict-affected communities: a path to maintain health and well-being
Stav Shapira - Israel

DG.7 - Digital phenotyping for monitoring and prediction of physical activity level during pregnancy
Mahdieh Shojaa - Germany

DG.8 - Innovative Health Technologies to Improve Emergency Department Performance
Dario Tedesco - Italy

DG.9 - Attitudes of doctors of medicine and dental medicine towards contacting patients via social networks
Marko Marelic - Croatia

DG.10 - The development of new Electronic Health Record Exchange Format Use Cases - an evaluating perspective
Anja Stradner - Austria

DG.11 - Use of Hashtags related to Covid-19 infodemics by bot accounts.
Victor Suarez-Lledo - Spain

DG.12 - Mapping core characteristics of internet-based tools to maintain and improve population health
Laura Maass - Germany

DG.14 - Moving a youth trauma support group online: participatory adaption, usability and pilot test
Georgina Warner - Sweden

DG.15 - Trauma support in your pocket
Maria Thell - Sweden

DG.16 - Gauging Public Health Literacy needs through Google Trends: the COVID-19 vaccination example
Juan Rachadell - Portugal

DG.17 - International interoperability standards facilitate data exchange in multi-cohort research projects
Eugenia Rinaldi - Germany

DG.18 - Communicating public health messages on social media during an emergency
Susie Sykes - United Kingdom

DG.19 - Factors influencing user satisfaction among recipients of remote care during the pandemic
Mariusz Duplaga - Poland

DG.20 - How to design information strategies on e-mental health services for prospective healthcare providers
Pia Braun - Germany

DG.21 - Expectations of patients for the implementation of new nursing technology
Ronny Klawunn - Germany

DG.22 - Online information seeking and attitudes towards COVID-19 vaccination in Germany
Lisa Schmidt - Germany

DG.23 - Strengthening digital health literacy through the digital health education program KundiG
Gönül Temucin - Germany

DG.24 - Development and effectiveness of MI-CBT program for prevention of overdependence on digital media
Seok Sim - Korea, South

DG.25 - The usage of DiGA, stratified by sociodemographic/socioeconomic characteristics
Niels Hannemann - Germany

DG.26 - Use and barriers to the use of telehealth services among the Arab population in Israel
Michal Laron - Israel

DG.27 - Technology-aided community engagement for exercise promotion: a mixed-methods systematic review
Gian Marco Raspolini - Italy

DG.28 - Social networks and health information sharing in COVID-19 pandemic
Tetine Sentell - United States

DG.29 - Communication on analgesia and sedation: parents' opinions in six pediatric ICU in northern Italy
Eleonora Monaco - Italy

DG.30 - Knowledge, attitude and practice about the Personal Health Record among general population in Italy
Alessandro Prinzivalli - Italy

DG.31 - University teachers’ influence on student motivation to use medical education apps
Panagiotis Plotas - Greece

DG.32 - Digital health activism of patients with chronic diseases: discursive strategies and themes
Victoria Dudina - Russia

DG.33 - Can YouTube be used as a credible source of information for COVID-19 vaccination in Italy?
Angela Ancona - Italy


8:00-19:00
Hall
DH - Epidemiology
DH.1 - Patient expectations do matter - experimental evidence on antibiotic prescribing decisions
Sophie Wang - Italy

DH.3 - STOBE: A Long-COVID Syndromic Study using Real-World data in Brazil
Heitor Cavalini - Brazil

DH.4 - Locality based Approach for containment of COVID-19 Infections in Pakistan's High risk Districts-ICT
Nadia Noreen - Pakistan

DH.5 - Measuring social exclusion and its distribution in England
Jen Dykxhoorn - United Kingdom

DH.6 - Socioeconomic Inequalities in pediatric Metabolic Syndrome: mediation by parental health literacy
Alexander Lepe - Netherlands

DH.7 - What can 27 years of Niger cancer registry tell us about breast cancer epidemiology
Aissami Abdou - Belgium

DH.8 - The impact of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic on cause-specific- mortality: a systematic literature review
Davide Golinelli - Italy

DH.9 - Childhood adversity and risk of later labor market marginalization in young employees in Sweden
Emma Björkenstam - Sweden

DH.10 - Characteristics of fertility clinics attendees in the United Arab Emirates: a cross-sectional study
Rami Al-Rifai - United Arab Emirates

DH.11 - Socioeconomic differences in contact reduction in the first COVID-19-wave in Germany (CoMoLo-study)
Benjamin Wachtler - Germany

DH.12 - Class inequalities in physical functioning trajectories before and after retirement
Eero Lahelma - Finland

DH.13 - The effect of BMI at cancer diagnosis on survival of patients with head and neck carcinoma
Roberta Pastorino - EUPHA (PHG)

DH.14 - Trends in cause-specific mortality in Finland in 1998-2019
Jari Haukka - Finland

DH.15 - Excess mortality during the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) in Poland
Monika Burzyńska - Poland

DH.17 - Trends in melanoma incidence among women living in North-East Italy 2000-2020:Population-based study
Diego Serraino - Italy

DH.18 - Acute Alcohol intoxication in Belgian adolescents: a retrospective hospital chart study
Hanna van Roozendaal - Belgium

DH.19 - Birth order and sickness absence: register-based evidence from Finland
Jan Saarela - Finland

DH.20 - Prevalence of hepatitis B and C, HIV, and syphilis among people who inject drugs in Germany
Gyde Steffen - Germany

DH.21 - Prevalence of blood-borne viral and sexually transmitted infections among homeless people in Berlin
Navina Sarma - Germany

DH.22 - Healthcare-associated infections in a neonatal ICU before and during COVID-19: preliminary results
Mariateresa Ceparano - Italy

DH.23 - Vaccination against covid-19 halves mortality in Italy compared to pre-vaccination
Emma Altobelli - Italy

DH.24 - The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the incidence of herpes zoster
Nicolas Lecrenier - Belgium

DH.25 - Use of wireless EEG and gait for classifying cognitive impairment and normal cognition
Kyoung Min - Korea, South

DH.26 - Analysing COVID-19 epidemic with Reed-Frost model. A methodology to delimit epidemic waves over time
Andrea Di Pilla - Italy

DH.27 - Quality of life assessment in breast cancer patients during palliative treatment in Indonesia
Ljupcho Efremov - Germany

DH.28 - Precarious Employment as a risk factor for occupational injuries in Sweden: a register-based study
Bertina Kreshpaj - Denmark

DH.29 - SARS-CoV-2 surveillance in wastewaters: a preliminary study conducted in Abruzzo region (Italy)
Ilaria Rosa - Italy

DH.30 - Hospital admissions and mortality for STEMI and NSTEMI during COVID-19 outbreak: a meta-analysis
Paolo Matteo Angeletti - Italy

DH.31 - Cardiometabolic multimorbidity and its associations with health outcomes among women
Yang Zhao - China

DH.32 - Seroprevalence of SARS-CoV-2 before/after case zero
Valerio Bordino - Italy

DH.33 - Oral Contraceptive Use and Breast Cancer Risk According to Molecular Subtypes Status: A Meta-Analysis
Sanne van Weers - Netherlands

DH.34 - Future trends of overweight and obesity in Belgium using Bayesian age-period-cohort models
Robby De Pauw - Belgium

DH.35 - The contribution of health behaviours to waist circumference change following employment transitions
Alexander Tam - Canada

DH.36 - Work outcomes of breast cancer survivors who returned to work after treatment: CANTO cohort.
Garazi Ruiz-de-Azua - France

DH.37 - Contextual effects on health: systematic review of studies using natural experiments among migrants
Louise Biddle - Germany

DH.38 - Impact of BMI on breast screening participation: a data linkage study
Kate Mcbride - Australia

DH.39 - Core competencies in applied infectious disease epidemiology in Europe and its intended uses
Amelie Plymoth - Sweden

DH.40 - Challenges faced by parents of screen-detected children with Cystic Fibrosis: The ICOS study
Patricia Fitzpatrick - Ireland

DH.41 - New proposed measures to evaluate contact tracing effectiveness
João Vasco Santos - EUPHA (ECO)

DH.42 - Alarming trends in Tobacco use in high school Tunisian adolescents: MedSPAD2013-2021
Ahlem Silini - Tunisia

DH.43 - Nonmedical use of anxiolytics among Tunisian students: Connecting the dots from 2013 to 2021
Ahlem Silini - Tunisia

DH.44 - Leading causes of death in Tunisia, 2020
Salsabil Rejaibi - Tunisia

DH.45 - Prevalence of metabolic syndrome and its correlates: a national representative study in Algeria
Fati Kirakoya-Samadoulougou - Belgium

DH.46 - Temporal trends of suicidality among adolescents in the last decade in Piedmont, Northwestern Italy
Michela Bersia - Italy

DH.47 - Social inequality in health behaviours in cohabitating individuals with CVD
Jes Bak Sørensen - Denmark

DH.48 - Cannabis use in Tunisian adolescents: Alarming trends from 2013 to 2021
Salsabil Rejaibi - Tunisia


8:00-19:00
Hall
DJ - Ethics and Law
DJ.1 - Ethical perspectives of the involvement of vulnerable populations in health research
Elin Lampa - Sweden

DJ.2 - Letters from Mars. Soft law under scrutiny of ethics during crisis. Responsibility and accountability
Serge Morard - France

DJ.3 - Who is following me? Public attitude towards government tracing apps in the covid Era in Israel
Shiran Bord - Israel

DJ.4 - Options for premature life termination of terminal patients in Lithuania
Benedikt Bachmetjev - Lithuania

DJ.5 - A review of European and international phthalates regulation: focus on daily use products
Marco Monti - Italy

DJ.6 - Ethical and methodological challenges in research with hard-to-reach groups
Ilknur Özer Erdogdu - Germany


8:00-19:00
Hall
DK - Food, nutrition and diet
DK.2 - Guidelines for outsourcing collective catering services in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region
Giulio Barocco - Italy

DK.3 - The effect of Kefir consumption on blood pressure some blood parameters in hypertensive ındividuals
Erkan Pehlivan - Turkey

DK.4 - Prevalence and factors associated with food insecurity in southern Mozambique
Elias Militao - Sweden

DK.5 - Dietary supplements intake among youth: preliminary results of a multicentric survey
Andrea De Giorgi - Italy

DK.6 - Risk analysis of biological hazards in food industry in terms of Public Health
Apostolos Vantarakis - Greece

DK.7 - Is parental socioeconomic status associated with irregularity of energy intake among children?
Eva Roos - Finland

DK.8 - Forms of food insecurity among international students in Oslo, Norway. A qualitative study.
Laura Terragni - Norway

DK.9 - The characteristics of caffeine intake in Croatian university students
Maja Miskulin - Croatia

DK.10 - How healthy is it to consume soft and energy drinks? – primary school pupils’ opinions from Hungary
János Girán - Hungary

DK.11 - Ginger Constituents and its Effects on Gastrointestinal malignancies: A Review of clinical trials
Lemlem Gebremariam Aregawi - Hungary

DK.12 - Nutritional composition of substitutes for meats and sausages on the German market
Corinna Gréa - Germany

DK.13 - Gluten quantification in gluten-free food for celiac people in Lombardy and Emilia Romagna - Italy
Enrico Pavoni - Italy

DK.14 - Self-assessed achievement of eating balanced meals – is it reliable for tailoring interventions?
Melanie Schneider - Germany

DK.15 - How can policies to reduce obesity be more effective and equitable following the COVID-19 pandemic?
Charlotte Gallagher-Squires - United Kingdom

DK.16 - A comprehensive assessment of nutritional anemia among adolescent in India
Sampurna Kundu - India

DK.17 - A dietary intervention study to reduce Metabolic Syndrome risks in heart-transplanted patients
Valentina Moretti - Italy

DK.18 - Microplastic (MP) presence in PET single-use, recycled PET and glass bottled water
Isabella Gambino - Italy

DK.19 - Determinants of food safety perceptions: do negative medical experiences spill into food perception?
Qianfeng Lu - Switzerland


8:00-19:00
Hall
DL - Health assessments: impact, technology
DL.1 - The relationship of exposure to organic solvents and liver function tests in tire industry workers
Talieh Mozaheb - Iran

DL.2 - Cost-effectiveness of hospice-based palliative care in Kazakhstan.
Islam Salikhanov - Switzerland

DL.3 - Residue and health risk of neonicotinoids in the honey circulating in Chinese market
Minghui Han - China

DL.4 - The Effect of Smartphone Use and Nomophobia on Sleep Quality and Daytime Sleepiness in Turkey
Erkan Pehlivan - Turkey

DL.5 - Development of a refugee health assessment toolkit for specific populations to support primary care
Talia Boshari - United Kingdom

DL.6 - An integrated hospital-district evaluation for communicable diseases in low/middle-income countries
Sara Mazzilli - Italy

DL.8 - GIS analysis of the relationship between PM2.5 and acute CVD and respiratory hospitalizations
Hana Slachtova - Czechia

DL.9 - The computer-assisted interview In My Shoes – a successful method to capture children’s perspectives
Karin Fängström - Sweden

DL.10 - Evaluation of a universal early intervention for parents and children from birth to age five
Filipa Sampaio - Sweden

DL.11 - Mina Svar: A tool for measuring social impact
Raziye Salari - Sweden

DL.12 - Air purifiers, comparison between real and declared surface for use: fake it or make it?
Lorenzo Dragoni - Italy

DL.13 - Which one to choose? A cost-effectiveness analysis between different technologies of air purifiers
Marco Sparacino - Italy

DL.14 - A novel technology for disinfecting surfaces infested with Candida auris: the UVC chip
Elena Frongillo - Italy

DL.15 - Does Portuguese pharmaceutical market follow an innovative trend? The INFOMED database analysis
Fernando Genovez Avelar - Portugal

DL.16 - Estimating health effects of social determinants of health and societal initiatives
Laurens Reumers - Netherlands

DL.17 - HTA supporting clinical practice: the case of surgical repair of thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysms
Riccardo Calsolaro - Italy

DL.18 - Federated learning for describing COVID-19 patients and hospital outcomes: An unCoVer analysis
José L. Peñalvo - Belgium

DL.19 - Effectiveness and efficiency of remote patient telemonitoring of patients with COVID-19
Chiara Parretti - Italy

DL.20 - Self-esteem associated with the use of social networks in university students.
Josue Eli Villegas Dominguez - Mexico


8:00-19:00
Hall
DM - Health at work, Social security and social welfare
DM.1 - Atypical working hours are associated with tobacco, cannabis and alcohol use
Nadine Hamieh - France

DM.2 - Impact of occupational SARS-CoV-2 risk on the mental distress of non-healthcare employees in Germany
Swaantje Casjens - Germany

DM.3 - Health absenteeism due to dementia in Slovenia and its costs in the period from 2015-2018
Marjetka Jelenc - Slovenia

DM.5 - Health and morbidity among those in paid work after age 64: a systematic review
Kristin Farrants - Sweden

DM.6 - Methodologies for determining staffing needs in healthcare: systematic literature review
Luca Pirrotta - Italy

DM.7 - Managers’ prevention and self-confidence in supporting employees with common mental disorders
Monica Bertilsson - Sweden

DM.8 - Managerial preventions of common mental disorders and the association with stigmatizing attitudes
Monica Bertilsson - Sweden

DM.9 - The effect of employment services on employment and health among unemployed persons: an IV approach
Merel Schuring - Netherlands

DM.10 - Night work and sustainable working life - a prospective trajectory analysis of Swedish Twins
Annina Ropponen - Finland

DM.11 - Work-related stress predicted future sick leave in primary health care patients
Anna-Maria Hultén - Sweden

DM.12 - Psychological support and disability management programs during and after COVID-19 pandemic in Italy
Giorgia Bondanini - Italy

DM.13 - Violence against healthcare workers during COVID-19 vaccination campaign
Tancredi Lo Presti - Italy

DM.14 - Labor market exit in high and low educated older workers after disability pension reforms in Sweden
Melody Almroth - Sweden

DM.15 - Does sickness absence history affect work participation after vocational labour market training?
Laura Salonen - Finland

DM.16 - Non-standard employment and mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic in Spain: a qualitative study
Eva Padrosa - Spain

DM.17 - Organizational cultures in the Swedish restaurant business and the risk for sexual harassment
Katja Gillander Gådin - Sweden

DM.18 - Health and Occupational Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Ship Crews: A Cross-Sectional Study
Jan Heidrich - Germany

DM.19 - Sexual harassment, other types of harassment and derogatory treatment in the academy
Frida Pilgaard - Sweden

DM.20 - A Sick Benefit Scheme Reduces Unmet Healthcare Needs: An Natural Experiment in Seoul
Sarah Yu - Korea, South

DM.21 - Predictors of job satisfaction among German teachers during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic
Theresa Dicks - Germany

DM.22 - Working re-organisation due to the pandemic may negatively affect workers’ quality of life
Giulia Squillacioti - Italy

DM.23 - Association between job exposures and employment status 2 years after medical rehabilitation
Martin Brünger - Germany

DM.24 - Effort-reward imbalance and the mental health of middle managers in Europe
Mattias Vos - Belgium

DM.25 - Workplace Health Promotion initiatives for Italian healthcare workers: an investment on health
Reparata Rosa Di Prinzio - Italy

DM.26 - Discrimination and sexual harassment – Results from the largest German medical university
Sabine Ludwig - Germany

DM.27 - Sickness absence among 299484 blue-collar workers in the trade industry during the Covid-19 pandemic
Kristin Farrants - Sweden

DM.28 - Health ambassadors in the workplace: a health promotion intervention mobilizing middle managers
Keren Greenberg - Israel

DM.29 - Factors associated with gender-based violence in couples during confinement by COVID-19 in Veracruz
Josue Eli Villegas Dominguez - Mexico

DM.30 - Early Life Adversities and Addictive behaviors among healthcare workers
Elyess Bakhouch - Tunisia

DM.31 - Health services gaps experienced by non-standard workers in Ontario, Canada: Policy implications
Virginia Gunn - Canada

DM.32 - Health protection among own account and platform workers during COVID19 in Chile. The PWR project.
Marisol E. Ruiz - Chile


8:00-19:00
Hall
DN - Health care services and systems
DN.1 - Violence Against Hospital Workers During COVID-19 Pandemic in Israel: Implications for Public Health
Keren Dopelt - Israel

DN.2 - Health priority areas: a resultant poor quality of life for eye healthcare service users
Lawrence Sithole - South Africa

DN.3 - The use of health care among people aged 70+ with and without dementia in 2018, 2019 and 2020
Jutta Pulkki - Finland

DN.4 - Factors associated with informal caregiver’s ability to continue care: A subgroup analysis
Shanshan Wang - Belgium

DN.5 - The changing public-private pattern of the Portuguese health system over the last decade
Julian Perelman - Portugal

DN.6 - Evaluation of the prescription amount of narcotic analgesics based on cancer pain relief management
Jinsang Park - Japan

DN.7 - Patient experiences of hospital care during the COVID-19 pandemic in Ireland
Daniela Rohde - Ireland

DN.8 - Community-based screening increases hepatitis B linkage to care among African migrants in Barcelona
Camila A Picchio - Spain

DN.9 - Health workers labor market before and during the Covid-19 pandemic: Health sector capacity of Serbia
Milena Šantrić Milićević - Serbia

DN.10 - Urban regeneration and healthcare-seeking behaviour of affected residents: A natural experiment
Siv Nygaard - Denmark

DN.11 - Linking health system inputs, processes and outputs to identify medical deserts in Serbia
Stefan Mandić-Rajčević - Serbia

DN.12 - The value of uterine oncological surgery in a University Hospital. Results of a break-even analysis.
Maria Lucia Specchia - Italy

DN.13 - Determinants of regulatory compliance in health and social care services: a systematic review
Paul Dunbar - Ireland

DN.14 - Function, coping and health as predictors of sick leave after rehabilitation
Anne Mette Berget - Norway

DN.15 - The humanization of care after the COVID-19 pandemic in Italian historical hospitals
Martina Giusti - Italy

DN.16 - Hospitalist System under the Covid-19 Pandemic: The Perspective of Value Co-creation
Yu Hua Yan - Taiwan

DN.17 - Associations of dietetic care and pregnancy outcomes in women with gestational diabetes
Paige van der Pligt - Australia

DN.19 - Pain Assessment in Terminal Phase of Cancer in Tbilisi
Revaz Shalamberidze - Georgia

DN.20 - Results of the requirement analysis as part of the Austrian research project linked care
Gabriele Salomon - Austria

DN.21 - The effect of vocational rehabilitation on the use of health care services in Finland
Hanna Rinne - Finland

DN.22 - Patient-Reported Outcome Measures for care quality assessment of a breast cancer Care Pathway
Alessio Perilli - Italy

DN.23 - Continuity of care in Danish peer-led patient online communities on social media. A survey study.
Loni Ledderer - Denmark

DN.24 - Evaluation of fall risk factors for among hospitalized patients: systematic review and meta-analysis
Erika Govoni - Italy

DN.25 - Deadlocks in coordinated responses for better health prevention : which ones, how to measure them?
Pernelle Smits - Canada

DN.26 - Collaboration and health promotion for the health care system – evaluation of the WOL healthcare
Julia Schorlemmer - Germany

DN.27 - Continuity of care in a GP practice as predictor for hospital admission and mortality
Øystein Hetlevik - Norway

DN.28 - A cohort study of the effects of municipal acute units in Norway
Geir Haakon Hilland - Norway

DN.29 - Age ranges in breast cancer screening: simulated scenarios and analysis of benefits and harms
Marina Pinto-Carbó - Spain

DN.30 - Use of healthcare services and hospitalisation among elderly people in Latvia.
Ieva Reine - Latvia

DN.31 - Passi d'Argento data on pandemic impact on accessing social and health services by elderly in Italy
Valentina Possenti - Italy

DN.32 - Exploring the use of Systems thinking in a national policy program
Monica Nyström - Sweden

DN.33 - How to improve the rehabilitation outcome after total knee replacement?
Lorenzo Dionisi - Italy

DN.34 - Categorical principal component analysis to characterize patients at Intensive Care Unit admission
Martina Barchitta - Italy

DN.35 - Caries, Periodontal Diseases and the Need for Existing Dental Services in Patient with ASD
Maka Sabashvili - Georgia

DN.36 - Clinical practice variability: a systematic review of shock wave therapy for spasticity
Raquel Faubel - Spain

DN.37 - Emergency Department: Analysis of Patient Flow and Length of Stay Variations
Elisa Fanti - Italy

DN.38 - What kind of patient benefits the most from an intensive physiotherapy after total hip replacement?
Lorenzo Dionisi - Italy

DN.39 - Perspectives of clinicians and patients on community-based maintenance care for adults with obesity
Kate Mcbride - Australia

DN.40 - Piloting a Health System Performance Assessment for Germany - insights from trend and equity analyses
Katharina Achstetter - Germany

DN.42 - Introduction of medical assistants in France: an innovative approach to healthcare access?
Ophelie Guyonvarch - France

DN.43 - The COVID – 19 pandemic influence on hospitalizations for ambulatory care-sensitive condition
Ivana Marasovic Šušnjara - Croatia

DN.44 - Measuring the performance of health systems in Latin America
Sergio Flores - Sweden

DN.45 - Rapid evidence review of pharmaceutical public health in high and upper middle-income countries
Diane Ashiru-Oredope - United Kingdom

DN.46 - Use of diabetic healthcare according to the accessibility of diabetology services
Kateřina Brázová - Czechia

DN.47 - Development of cancer policies between Europe Against Cancer Programme and Europe’s Beating Cancer
Tit Albreht - Slovenia

DN.48 - The development of a regional network for health care research in Hamburg, Germany
Christina Lindemann - Germany

DN.49 - Hospital discharge for stroke patients: Transitional Care is Brain
Paola Bertuccio - Italy


8:00-19:00
Hall
DO - Health promotion, Health literacy, Behavioural insights
DO.1 - The role of individual level health resources on health outcomes of newly settled migrants in Sweden
Maissa Al-Adhami - Sweden

DO.2 - Can the virtual reality intervention VR FestLab improve Danish students´ alcohol competences?
Julie Dalgaard Guldager - Denmark

DO.3 - Feasibility of a social network-based physical activity intervention targeting vocational students
Liane Guenther - Germany

DO.4 - Health promotion among unemployed people – meta-analytic evidence
Alfons Hollederer - Germany

DO.5 - Conceptions of mental health in rural Portugal: a qualitative study in the Montalegre region
Guilherme Queiroz - Portugal

DO.6 - Nutrition Literacy of Overweight/Obese and Non-Overweight/Obese Turkish Women and Affecting Factors
Ezgi Hasret Kozan Çıkırıkçı - Turkey

DO.7 - Changes in university student health behaviors since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic
Marie-Pierre Tavolacci - France

DO.8 - Positive Health and palliative care: an exploration among nurses
Cindy De Bot - Netherlands

DO.9 - Knowledge and proactive attitudes of Tunisians youths towards haemoglobinopathies
Foued Maaoui - Tunisia

DO.10 - Assessing perceived and functional health literacy among Cypriot parents
Ioanna Menikou - Cyprus

DO.11 - Teachers at vocational schools as ambassadors for physical activity? Developing an empowering webinar
Holger Hassel - Germany

DO.12 - What do future public health doctors know about the One Health concept in Portugal?
Ana Margarida Alho - Portugal

DO.13 - Tools for assessing implementation of health promotion standards in hospital/health service settings
Keriin Katsaros - Germany

DO.14 - Distinct patterns of Job Crafting of University Students and their relationship to health
Lina Marie Mülder - Germany

DO.15 - A whole-of-community approach to promote cardiovascular health: Healthy Communities in Moldova
Florence Secula - Switzerland

DO.16 - Promoting health literacy during Covid-19 pandemic–valuable partnership with Portuguese pharmacists
Filipa Malcata - Portugal

DO.17 - Measuring the burden of infodemics on health outcomes through harmonized global metrics
Tina Purnat - Switzerland

DO.18 - The effect of alcohol marketing on people with, or at risk of, an alcohol problem: A rapid review
Tessa Langley - United Kingdom

DO.19 - Making Every Contact Count with people with MSK conditions: Exploring physiotherapist acceptability
Amelia Parchment - United Kingdom

DO.20 - Parents' evaluations on the service delivery and communicatıon skills of the pediatric dentists
Nevra Karamüftüoğlu - Cyprus

DO.21 - Breast cancer burden in Georgia by regions based on 2015-2019 population registry data
Tamar Gvazava - Georgia

DO.22 - Co-construct, implement and evaluate an intervention to prevent a sedentary lifestyle in children
Steven Laujac - France

DO.23 - Health literacy among older adults 77+ in Sweden
Josefin Wångdahl - Sweden

DO.24 - Masculinity norms and help-seeking intentions after experiences of interpersonal violence
Nikola Komlenac - Austria

DO.25 - Use of TikTok by nutrition healthcare professionals: analysis of the Italian context.
Alessandro Durbano - Italy

DO.26 - Moveluencer - movement promotion in the context of covid 19
Silvia Tuttner - Austria

DO.27 - Hand Hygiene: do we know the WHO 5 moments?
Javier Baca Hidalgo - Spain

DO.28 - Parent-child nature visits and young Finnish children´s nature connectedness
Carola Ray - Finland

DO.29 - LärMiljö (Learning Environment) -study protocol: movement, outdoor learning and well-being in school
Nina Simonsen - Finland

DO.30 - Beyond involving students as information providers in teaching and learning: a literature review
Esther Geurts - Netherlands

DO.31 - Digital Health Literacy in the Training of Informal Caregivers – Community Intervention
Andreia Costa - Portugal

DO.32 - A health promotion intervention for vulnerable schools (BeE-school): a cluster-randomized trial
Rafaela Rosário - Portugal

DO.33 - Codevelopment and evaluation of a multicomponent intervention to improve HPV vaccination in France
Aurélie Bocquier - France

DO.34 - Sport federation investment in health promotion: program implementation and viability
Aurélie Van Hoye - Ireland

DO.35 - Impact of a multidisciplinary intervention on Mediterranean diet adherence and cardiovascular health
Eleonora Marziali - Italy

DO.36 - Crowdsourcing to Reduce Stigma Around HIV testing Among Adolescents and Young Adults in Kazakhstan
Gaukhar Mergenova - Kazakhstan

DO.37 - Attitudes of university students towards mandatory COVID-19 vaccination: a cross-sectional survey
Antonio Sciurti - Italy

DO.38 - Promoting the key moments of hand hygiene in a Targeted Hygiene intervention at COP26
Lisa Ackerley - United Kingdom

DO.39 - A systematic review of early childhood obesity prevention trials– forming the TOPCHILD Collaboration
Anna Lene Seidler - Australia

DO.40 - The effect of social desirability bias on the measurement of subjective health literacy of children
Torsten Michael Bollweg - Germany

DO.41 - Facemasks and Public Health: analysis of bacterial contamination in FFP2 masks
Gaia Papale - Italy

DO.42 - Digital Health Literacy during COVID-19: gender differences from a Florentine University experience
Veronica Gallinoro - Italy

DO.43 - Awareness of Female Genital Schistosomiasis: A cross-sectional survey in rural Madagascar
Sarah Gruninger - Germany

DO.44 - Pandemic-related health literacy among adolescents aged 13-17 years in Germany: a focus group study
Anne-Kathrin Mareike Loer - Germany

DO.45 - The role of health literacy in vaccination behaviours: a systematic review
Claudia Isonne - Italy

DO.46 - Health promotion programs in prison: physical activity and subjective health status
Riki Tesler - Israel

DO.47 - Covid-19 vaccination adherence and correlated factors in patients with substance use disorders
Francesco Mondera - Italy

DO.48 - Behavioral innovations in the management of obesity and overweight using the COM-B model
Vladimíra Timková - Slovakia

DO.49 - Impact of community outreach programme on improving cancer related preventive health behaviour
Vikram Niranjan - Ireland

DO.50 - Longitudinal relationships between youth assets, seat belt use while driving, and the environment.
Eleni Tolma - Cyprus

DO.51 - Longitudinal relationships between youth assets, seat belt use as a rider, and the environment.
Eleni Tolma - Cyprus

DO.52 - Gender framing in responsible gambling campaigns
Samantha Thomas - Australia

DO.53 - Knowledge and attitudes of European HCPs towards hepatitis A and B vaccination of adults at risk
Dasha Shamarina - Belgium

DO.54 - Community mothers promoting healthy environments for the quality of life of children and adolescents
Diego Andrés Piratova López - Colombia

DO.55 - Promoting migrant health literacy in adult education, from research to practice
Stefanie Harsch - Germany

DO.56 - Promoting migrant HL, good practice in adult education and lessons learned for other interventions
Stefanie Harsch - Germany

DO.57 - Health literacy and its association with health outcomes among students in upper secondary education
Nina Simonsen - Finland

DO.58 - Do religious people in Western Balkans have faith in COVID-19 vaccines?
Smiljana Cvjetkovic - Serbia

DO.59 - Organizational health literacy and health promotion in health care settings: Results from Germany
Katharina Rathmann - Germany

DO.60 - Assessing sun protection practices for children: knowledge and behaviours of parents
Diana Nemes - Romania

DO.61 - Health Literacy, Covid-19 and risk perception: a cross-sectional survey in Prato in the 2nd wave
Beatrice Velpini - Italy

DO.62 - Living Lab: Design a digital health intervention for healthy diet of ethnic minority adolescents
Ji Su Lee - Korea, South

DO.63 - Appraising the quality of guidelines for caries management using AGREE II: a systematic review
Anna Odone - EUPHA (DH) (IDC)

DO.64 - Exploring behavior change motivation in an outpatient sample with more than one health risk behavior
Lisa Voigt - Germany

DO.65 - Assessing the impact of the COVID-19 infodemic on older people in the region of Crete
Maria Papadakaki - EUPHA (INJ)

DO.66 - What influences the intention to get vaccinated against COVID-19 in the Western Balkans?
Smiljana Cvjetkovic - Serbia

DO.67 - Addressing health literacy to reduce inequalities among migrants: which profiles need our attention?
Ana Gama - Portugal

DO.68 - A unified qualitative-quantitative method to evaluate the impact of being a near-peer health educator
Dorottya Árva - Hungary

DO.69 - Coronavirus-related health literacy and knowledge among German fourth-graders
Torsten Michael Bollweg - Germany

DO.70 - Health literacy interventions in oncology and hematology, a review of systematic reviews
Celine Jeitani - Belgium

DO.72 - Sex education: determining factor for the intention to use the male contraceptive (Vasalgel).
Gerardo Garcia Rivera - Mexico

DO.73 - A study on doctors’ health status living in Turkey
Dilek Aslan - Turkey


8:00-19:00
Hall
DP - Health workforce, practice and training
DP.1 - Improving the quality of medical records
Giovanni Guarducci - Italy

DP.3 - Training Needs and Quality of Public Health Inspectors in Greece during the COVID-19 pandemic
Demetris Lamnisos - Cyprus

DP.4 - Trends in emigration of Polish health professionals. Where are we heading?
Alicja Domagała - Poland

DP.5 - Precarious employment at a young age and later labor-market marginalization
Emelie Thern - Sweden

DP.6 - Factors associated with Finnish home care workers job satisfaction
Salla Ruotsalainen - Finland

DP.7 - Multiprofessional teamwork in Finnish health and social service centers, experiences of managers
Timo Sinervo - Finland

DP.8 - Longitudinal analysis of Israeli nurses' perceptions, trust & emotions during the COVID-19 pandemic
Shiran Bord - Israel

DP.9 - Developing and implementing a methodology for forecasting of medical doctors in Slovenia
Tit Albreht - Slovenia

DP.10 - First aid knowledge, attitude, practice and impact of training among healthcare workers
Emna Hariz - Tunisia

DP.11 - Occupational Health and Safety of Municipal Urban Cleaners: Identifying their training needs and gaps
Aikaterini Kandyliari - Greece

DP.12 - Transformation-oriented leadership in German hospitals: beneficial attributes and competencies
Joan Kleine - Germany

DP.13 - Migration from Latin America to Italy and EU: the issue of health professionals
Elisabetta Corvo - United Kingdom

DP.14 - The effect of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic in the compliance of hand hygiene in ICU in a tertiary hospital
Marta Russo Sanjuabenito - Spain

DP.15 - Overwork among resident physicians: National questionnaire survey results
Masatoshi Ishikawa - United States

DP.16 - Syllabi collection on diversity and intersectionality in public health: reflecting on the development
Lisa Wandschneider - Germany

DP.17 - Caring self-efficacy of English and non-English-speaking nursing assistants working in aged care
Sumina Shrestha - Australia

DP.18 - Exploring evaluative practices within Belgian community-oriented primary care
Madeleine Capiau - Belgium

DP.19 - Evidence-based development of new qualification models for public health practice and science
Laura Arnold - Germany

DP.20 - Expenses in the Danish health care system in by 2045
Ulrik Hesse - Denmark

DP.21 - Public health in interprofessional education
Maria Roura - Ireland

DP.22 - Determination of Admission Criteria for Global Public Health Master at the University of Georgia
Tamar Lobjanidze - Georgia

DP.23 - Towards collaborative action: A project on interprofessional stroke care in the Covid-19 pandemic
Tamara Schloemer - Netherlands


8:00-19:00
Hall
DQ - Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines
DQ. - Immigrants and SARS-CoV-2 in Italy: elevate risk of hospitalization and late diagnosis
Alessio Gili - Italy

DQ.1 - Time trends in Surgical Site Infection rates in a Tunisian university hospital
Hela Ghali - Tunisia

DQ.2 - Antimicrobial stewardship programs in Italy: structure, process and outcome indicators, 2017-2019.
Costanza Vicentini - Italy

DQ.3 - Linear pathway analysis of European botulism poisoning response guidelines
Tristán Learoyd - Ireland

DQ.4 - Trust and its relations to vaccine beliefs: a latent class analysis on 140,000 individuals worldwide
Francesco Sanmarchi - Italy

DQ.5 - High SARS-CoV-2 infection rates with delta subvariant on a german youth trip to Denmark in july 2021
Shilpa Adnani - Germany

DQ.7 - Online Search Trends are correlated With Vaccinations in the United States
Philipp Berning - United States

DQ.9 - Control of Acinetobacter baumannii outbreak in intensive care units in Tunisia, 2022
Hela Ghali - Tunisia

DQ.10 - Flu shot in the era of COVID-19 vaccination: findings from a research hospital of Rome
Domenico Pascucci - Italy

DQ.11 - Management of febrile illness in rural Guinea over a seven-year period: a retrospective study
Karifa Kourouma - Guinea

DQ.12 - Prevalence and risk factors of hepatitis C virus infection in Armenia, 2021
Anahit Demirchyan - Armenia

DQ.13 - Costs of delivering human papillomavirus vaccination in Tanzania
Verena Struckmann - Germany

DQ.14 - Knowledge about HPV vaccination among Croatian university students
Ivan Miskulin - Croatia

DQ.15 - Improving childhood vaccination in minorities: a realist review of health system interventions
Jumanah Essa-Hadad - Israel

DQ.16 - COVID-19 knowledge among Ukrainian refugees in Poland
Maria Gańczak - EUPHA (IDC)

DQ.17 - COVID-19 mortality and use of intensive care among ethnic minorities
Marie Nørredam - Denmark

DQ.18 - Vaccine communication training for healthcare providers - an IMMUNION initiative
Greet Hendrickx - Belgium

DQ.19 - Evaluation of Nurses' Vaccine Hesitancy, Psychological Resilience and Anxiety Levels
Ali Ozer - Turkey

DQ.20 - Measles, rubella, mumps and chicken pox seroprevalence of health workers in a second level hospital
Inmaculada Guerrero Fernández de Alba - Spain

DQ.21 - Exposure of pre-school aged children to schistosomiasis: a call for public health strategies
Jule Hameister - Germany

DQ.22 - Safe Hands 3.0: new tool to prevent healthcare associated infection
Inmaculada Guerrero Fernández de Alba - Spain

DQ.23 - Design of a care pathway for Hepatitis C: a pilot study with three University Hospitals from Tuscany
Ilaria Corazza - Italy

DQ.24 - Public Health Response to Outbreaks of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (H5N1)
Keith Ian Quintyne - Ireland

DQ.25 - Flu immunization during pregnancy: a cross-sectional study among Italian healthcare providers
Francesca Licata - Italy

DQ.26 - COVID-19 sequelae among competitive athletes: a systematic review
Valerio Flavio Corona - Italy

DQ.27 - Understanding barriers to dTap vaccination recommendations during pregnancy among healthcare workers
Aida Bianco - Italy

DQ.28 - Self-reported vaccination against SARS-CoV-2 and adverse events in multiple cohorts
Carolina Judith Klett-Tammen - Germany

DQ.29 - Enhancing vaccine communication to promote vaccination by the IMMUNION project
Valentina Possenti - Italy

DQ.30 - Stigma, self-efficacy and susceptibility associated with knowledge about hiv in high school students
Maria Chiang Rascon - Mexico

DQ.31 - Level of knowledge of HIV / AIDS associated with risk behaviors and use of Prep / Pep in students.
Miguel Pérez Juarez - Mexico

DQ.32 - Elizabethkingia miricola: an opportunistic pathogen in ICU
Eva Soler - Spain

DQ.33 - Vaccines for older adults; the low-hanging fruit of disease prevention
Manuela Wennekes - Netherlands

DQ.34 - Integrated monitoring of AMR and enterotoxins genes of S. aureus isolated in Lombardy
Giulia Magagna - Italy

DQ.35 - International Health Regulations core capacities monitoring in 2020-2021 at Italian Points of Entry
Emanuela Maria Frisicale - Italy

DQ.36 - Social differences in COVID-19 vaccination rates– Findings from a German nationwide study
Susanne Bartig - Germany

DQ.37 - Personal risk or societal benefit? Investigating adults’ support for COVID-19 childhood vaccination
Laura Pasqua Leone - Italy

DQ.38 - Seroprevalence and SARS-CoV-2 antibodies distribution in Portugal following mass vaccination campaign
Irina Kislaya - Portugal

DQ.39 - COVID-19 Vaccination Rate Monitoring (COVIMO) among immigrants in Germany
Elisa Wulkotte - Germany

DQ.40 - Not just anti covid vaccine in hub! Local Health Authority Rome 4, Lazio, Italy experience
Clara Fusillo - Italy

DQ.41 - Impact of COVID-19 on flu vaccination among pregnant women in a Teaching Hospital in Rome.
Lorenza Nachira - Italy

DQ.43 - Qualitative research for improving Access to Vaccination for Newly Arrived Migrants (AcToVx4NAM)
Pania Karnaki - Greece

DQ.44 - The impact of Covid-19 vaccines on fertility-A systematic review and metanalysis
Emanuele La Gatta - Italy


8:00-19:00
Hall
DR - Injury prevention
DR.1 - Prevalence of injected drug use and access to OAT in prison: survey in 7 EU countries, 2014-2018
Sara Mazzilli - Italy

DR.2 - Integrated system for the proactive analisys of risk infection in patient's surgical route
Emma Montella - Italy

DR.3 - A 6 years trends in hospitalization: retrospective study of Traumatic Brain Injury
Nino Chikhladze - Georgia

DR.4 - Disparities in Road Fatalities between French Overseas Territories
Mohamed Mouloud Haddak - France

DR.5 - Falls among elderly: evidence from hospital settings in Georgia
Nato Pitskhelauri - Georgia

DR.6 - Cognitive consequences of sport-related traumatic brain injuries in adolescents in Slovakia
Denisa Hažerová - Slovakia


8:00-19:00
Hall
DS - Maternal, child and adolescent public health
DS.1 - The association between Chorionic Villus Sampling and preterm birth: A systematic review
Konstantinos Giannakou - Cyprus

DS.2 - Predicting low cognitive ability at age 5 using machine learning methods and birth cohort data
Anthony Staines - Ireland

DS.3 - Factors promoting or limiting self-determined childbirth: midwives’ perspectives in Germany
Marie Tallarek - Germany

DS.4 - Factors associated with the closure of German obstetric units and its effects on accessibility
Jan Hoffmann - Germany

DS.5 - Childhood obesity prevention in schools and municipalities – the digital planning tool WEPI
Holger Hassel - Germany

DS.6 - Information-seeking on the internet during the transition to motherhood: descriptive survey, Cyprus
Nicos Middleton - Cyprus

DS.7 - Parental Knowledge on Prevention of SUID
Dziyana Nazaruk - United States

DS.8 - A preliminary study of bullying on university of nursing in Taiwan.
Ming Hsin Hsieh - Taiwan

DS.9 - Timing and social patterning of weaning practices in Cyprus: BrEaST start in life longitudinal study
Mary Economou - Cyprus

DS.10 - Associations between breastfeeding and the “10 Steps for Successful Breastfeeding”
Mary Economou - Cyprus

DS.11 - Supply-side contribution to the lack of PBF impact on unmet need for family planning in Burkina Faso
Christopher Hertler - Germany

DS.12 - Parental Perception of childhood obesity
Alechia Van Wyk - United Kingdom

DS.13 - Self-reported physical and emotional health among left behind children in Lithuania. A pilot study.
Justina Racaite - Lithuania

DS.14 - Performance evaluation drives organizational change: a case-study from Tuscan Teaching Hospitals
Amerigo Ferrari - Italy

DS.15 - Women’s preferences in the low-risk pregnancy management: Discrete Choice Experiments from Tuscany
Ilaria Corazza - Italy

DS.16 - Support perceived by foreign-origin women in Finnish maternity care: a comparison of two surveys
Alexandra Schmidt - Finland

DS.17 - Parents’ perceptions of barriers & facilitators for adhering to advice from community health nurses
Rikke Rothkegel Carlsson - Denmark

DS.18 - Barriers to prevent second-hand smoke (SHS) exposure among pregnant women and children in Egypt
Tessa Langley - United Kingdom

DS.19 - Co-creating an intervention promoting healthy weight development during infancy
Lene Kierkegaard - Denmark

DS.20 - Young people’s recall of gambling within local environments
Hannah Pitt - Australia

DS.21 - Associations between social support and physical activity among postpartum women: a cohort study
Karin Elisabeth Bennetter - Norway

DS.22 - Sexual education in the school setting: an overview of the Italian situation
Toni Cappelletti - Italy

DS.23 - Empowering pregnant women to improve diet quality: a RCT among pregnant women in the Netherlands
Renske van Lonkhuijzen - Netherlands

DS.24 - Implementing the Bloom Trial: Community health nurses’ perceptions of potential barriers
Louise Ayoe Brautsch - Denmark

DS.25 - Inflammatory bowel disease at a young age – implications for achieving upper secondary education
Julie Rasmussen - Denmark

DS.26 - Forced migrant women’s Mental Health in the perinatal period in Germany- A mixed-method study
Theda Borde - Germany

DS.27 - Feeding preterm infants with breast milk – the role of maternal pressure
Isabella Schwab - Germany

DS.28 - Germany vs. Austria: country-specific differences in becoming parents during the COVID-19 pandemic
Jasmin Preiß - Austria

DS.29 - Susceptibility to smoke in teenagers in western Spain
Esperanza Santano Mogena - Spain

DS.30 - Designing active breaks in secondary school, results from focus group with teachers: the brave study
Giulia Longo - Italy

DS.31 - Evaluation of an integrated physical activity program for pregnant women:WELL-DONE! Study
Anna Zannoner - Italy

DS.32 - Use of communication for behavioral development approach for promoting weaning practices
Ammal Metwally - Egypt

DS.34 - WASH Facilities and Menstrual Health: Mediating role of access to period products and taboos & myths
Karan Babbar -

DS.35 - Potential association between working memory and physical fitness status: the BRAVE study
Francesco Sanmarchi - Italy

DS.36 - Invisible mother-daughter heredity
Elena Capitani - Italy

DS.37 - Enablers and barriers to effective parenting within the first 1000 days of life
Babatope Adebiyi - South Africa

DS.38 - Maternal dietary adherence during pregnancy to recommendations: a cross-sectional study in Modena
Lisa De Pasquale - Italy

DS.39 - The Brave study: promoting active breaks in secondary school from students’ point of view
Matteo Ricci - Italy

DS.40 - Removing barriers to utilisation of support services for abused female adolescents in Nigeria slums
Olutoyin Ikuteyijo - Switzerland

DS.41 - Facebook addiction among Tunisian adolescents in Sousse: A cross-sectional study in high schools
Mohamed Ouertani - Tunisia

DS.42 - Strengthening antenatal care providers’ role to address HIV: experiences of pregnant women in Russia
Elizabeth J King - United States

DS.43 - Health professionals’ attitudes and practices on Audit&Feedback strategy: a mixed-methods study
Francesca Zambri - Italy

DS.44 - Parents' knowledge about their children's congenital heart disease: an observational study
Eleonora Monaco - Italy

DS.45 - Importance of communication between health care professionals and forced migrant women during birth
Mathilde Gaudion - Germany

DS.46 - Trends of risk behaviors in adolescents:a 10-year study in a representative sample of Tuscany, Italy
Vieri Lastrucci - Italy

DS.47 - Multisectoral approach to address Female Genital Mutilation: a case study from Portugal
Raquel Vareda - Portugal

DS.48 - Comparing perspectives on research needs from stakeholders vs. researchers in an exposome project
Sarah Leona Benz - Germany

DS.49 - Prospective prediction of alcohol consumption among a Tunisian sample of adolescents.
Hela Ghali - Tunisia

DS.50 - Erasmus+sport let’s move Europa: learning units for health promotion among children and adolescents
Giulia Longo - Italy

DS.51 - Self-reported strengths and difficulties among Swedish adolescents: presence, continuity and change
Karina Grigorian - Sweden

DS.52 - Consequences of Housing Conditions on Maternal Health of Forced Migrant Women
Theda Borde - Germany

DS.53 - Prospective prediction of substances use among a cohort of Tunisian adolescents
Amel Amara - Tunisia

DS.54 - It matters what we do: Relationships between forms of media use and life satisfaction of adolescents
Tamara Schloemer - Netherlands

DS.55 - Insufficient support and help for adolescents with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic
Marja Eliisa Holm - Finland

DS.56 - Parents’ experiences of an antenatal visit being part of a home visiting program in deprived areas
Gunilla Lönnberg - Sweden

DS.57 - Working with children who are next of kin in the municipalities– public health nurse’s experiences
Marie Granrud - Norway

DS.58 - Association of psychological status, quality of life and socio-economic status in childhood obesity
Charlotte Eggertsen - Denmark

DS.59 - Audit & Feedback and cesarean section in Calabria Region (Italy): the EASY-NET program
Edoardo Corsi - Italy

DS.60 - Low birth weight in Angola and its socioeconomic determinants
Joana Sofia da Silva Maia - Portugal

DS.61 - Baseline data on access to water, sanitation and hygiene in hospitals in Kazakhstan
Kamshat Tussupova - Sweden

DS.62 - Towards the Millennium Development Goals in Maternal Mortality in Africa
Francisco Guillen Grima - Spain


8:00-19:00
Hall
DT - Mental health
DT.1 - Suicide as a public health concern: Confronting the means, motives, and opportunity
James Overholser - United States

DT.2 - Social determinants of suicide attempts in Fraiburgo, Santa Catarina, Brazil, 2014-2021.
Bethania Rolhling - Brazil

DT.3 - Brands that affect: care in self-mutilation in the municipality of Fraiburgo, Santa Catarina, Brazil
Geovana Liebl - Brazil

DT.4 - Assessment of Psychological Impact of Covid Pandemic on Frontline workers at Points of Entry,Pakistan
Nadia Noreen - Pakistan

DT.6 - Trajectories of sickness absence among young people with prior depression/anxiety symptoms
Iman Alaie - Sweden

DT.7 - Positive mental health and COVID-19 pandemic in Slovenia
Matej Vinko - Slovenia

DT.8 - Correlates of mental health in the Swiss Household Panel – a network analysis
Dawid Gondek - Switzerland

DT.9 - Impact of COVID-19 on University Students’ Quality of life and mental health in Greece
Apostolos Vantarakis - Greece

DT.10 - Low resilience as risk factor of mental disorders during COVID-19 pandemic: A cohort study
Pere Castellvi - Spain

DT.11 - Anxiety among students during the pandemic - Results from the C-19 German Student Well-being Study
Eileen Heumann - Germany

DT.12 - Sleep quality in the Croatian adult population during the COVID-19 pandemic
Ivan Miskulin - Croatia

DT.13 - Building capacity for mental health resilience – local impact of the UK Better Mental Health Fund
Mabel Lie - United Kingdom

DT.14 - Gambling disorder symptoms among Slovenian gamblers
Špela Selak - Slovenia

DT.15 - Health-related behaviors during adolescence and subsequent anxiety and depression: the HUNT study
Annette Løvheim Kleppang - Norway

DT.16 - The Werther effect: adherence of Italian newspapers to the “reporting on suicide” recommendations
Giacomo Scaioli - Italy

DT.17 - Analysis of suicides in one of the administrative regions of Bulgaria for 10-year period (2009-2018)
Ivanka Veleva - Bulgaria

DT.18 - Pandemic-related determinants of depression in Czech older persons: Evidence from the HAPIEE cohort
Andrea Dalecká - Czechia

DT.19 - Anxiety and depression disorders in Portugal during the COVID-19 pandemic
Juan Rachadell - Portugal

DT.20 - Mental health surveillance of German adults in the COVID-19 pandemic: trends in depressive symptoms
Lena Walther - Germany

DT.21 - Exploring risk factors of poor mental health among migrants converging at the Mexico-U.S. border
Leah Bakely - United States

DT.22 - Impact of the pandemic on mental health consultations among all children and adolescents in Norway
Rannveig Hart - Norway

DT.23 - Drug use as a risk factor for mortality from HIV, cirrhosis and liver cancer in Uzbekistan
Sergey Soshnikov - Uzbekistan

DT.24 - Determinants of well-being in adolescence: a prospective cohort study.
Maya Deconinck - Netherlands

DT.25 - Mental health and well-being of students at TU Dresden
Maria Girbig - Germany

DT.26 - The effectiveness of interventions to prevent loneliness in the community-dwelling elderly population
Ludwig Grillich - Austria

DT.27 - Social inequality and change in psychological distress during the Covid-19 pandemic in Norway.
Bodil Elisabeth Valstad Aasan - Norway

DT.28 - Seasonality of hospital admissions due to mood disorders: Finnish population-based study
Soili Törmälehto - Finland

DT.29 - Suicidality among children and adolescents “in the COVID-19 era”: a worldwide metanalytic picture.
Michela Bersia - Italy

DT.30 - Prevalence of depression among immigrants in Navarra (Spain) . The APNA study
Francisco Guillen Grima - Spain

DT.31 - Project SELfit: training socio-emotional skills in a school environment in Porto
Filipa Malcata - Portugal

DT.32 - Determinants of mental health of practical significance among girls and boys in Sweden 2020
Carina Persson - Sweden

DT.33 - Stress, anxiety, and depression among healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic in Kosovo
Fatime Arenliu Qosaj - Kosovo

DT.34 - Development and evaluation of an evidence-based health information on benzodiazepines and z-drugs
Christina Lindemann - Germany

DT.35 - The role of gender in the association between mental health and avoidable hospitalization
Alessandro Catalini - Italy

DT.36 - Bullying victimization among middle school students in el kef governorate (Tunisia)
Amel Amara - Tunisia

DT.37 - Mental Health Treatment Disparities among young adults in the US
Mian Hossain - United States

DT.38 - Mental health promotion in the school environment
Raissa Kouznetsov - Greece

DT.39 - A six-week parenting program for parents of children with learning disabilities in Greece
Maria Papadakaki - EUPHA (INJ)

DT.40 - Anxiety, depression, and lower quality of life among Danish women with polycystic ovarian syndrome
Subash Thapa - Denmark

DT.41 - Mental health of migrants during the COVID-19 pandemic: additional stressors, increased inequalities
Ana Gama - Portugal

DT.42 - Distribution of Suicides in India: A Decadal Data Analysis (2011-2020)
Areiba Arif - India

DT.43 - Predictive factors of depression tendency and the impacts on health outcomes with spinal surgery
Man-Ling Lin - Taiwan

DT.44 - Problematic Game Use and Literacy difference of Adolescents - Focusing the Biopsychological Approach
Seongeun Oh - Korea, South


8:00-19:00
Hall
DU - Migration, LGBTI and minorities health
DU.1 - How do young unaccompanied refugees create meaning and healthy identities? A glimpse from Norway.
Gjertrud Moe - Norway

DU.2 - Factors associated with vaccine adherence among adult Travellers in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
Sahar Haidar - France

DU.3 - Good health information for people with a migration background
Sandra Ecker - Austria

DU.4 - The influence of social support on subjective health among people with selected citizenships
Marleen Bug - Germany

DU.5 - Mind-body interventions for refugees with post-traumatic stress in primary care
Aymeric Reyre - Switzerland

DU.6 - Assessing sexual behaviors among users of a gay sex mobile application
Jesus Sanchez - United States

DU.7 - Psychiatric Comorbidity Among Sexual and Gender Minority Youth and Young Adults at Risk for Suicide
Arjan van der Star - EUPHA (SGMH)

DU.8 - Up to the TASG: a participatory study on sexual health of trans and non-binary persons in Germany.
Uwe Koppe - Germany

DU.10 - Factors associated with SARS-CoV-2 infections among migrants in Germany
Carmen Koschollek - Germany

DU.11 - eHealth solutions for trans* persons: a systematic literature review of research from 2000 till 2021
Susanne Gahbauer - Austria

DU.12 - Barriers to primary care access for asylum seekers and refugees in the UK: a systematic review
Priyamvada Paudyal - United Kingdom

DU.13 - Health interventions for migrants and refugees in host Southeast Asian countries: a systematic review
Khatia Antia - Germany

DU.14 - Health and equity: Venezuela’s and Brazil’s public health policies aimed at the LGBTQ+ population
Carolina Knihs de Camargo - Sweden

DU.15 - Opportunities and Challenges in community-based inclusive science education
Sarah Scheer - Germany

DU.17 - Everyday discrimination, social support and mood changes in young immigrants in Germany
Heike Krüger - Germany

DU.19 - National belonging and psychological strain among Finnish migrant populations
Anna Seppänen - Finland

DU.21 - Psychiatric and somatic health of homeless individuals in the context of their migration history
Franziska Bertram - Germany

DU.22 - Co-production in public health research grant writing: engaging underserved migrant mothers in the UK
Kerrie Stevenson - United Kingdom

DU.23 - Substance use prevention among migrant children in Serbia- challenges and opportunities
Biljana Kilibarda - Serbia

DU.24 - COVID-19 among migrants, refugees, and IDPs: a synthesis of the global empirical literature
Maren Hintermeier - Germany

DU.25 - Cross-sectional nutrition assessment in a refugee camp in Gambella region, Ethiopia
Roberto Benoni - Italy

DU.26 - Digital health information and female adolescents with turkish migration background
Zeynep Islertas - Germany

DU.27 - Health in refugees and migrants who self-identify as sexual or gender minority
Erica Mattelin - Sweden

DU.28 - VACCINATING THE INVISIBLES, the COVID-19 vaccination of irregular migrants in Rome
Ornella Punzo - Italy

DU.29 - Understanding clinician barriers to providing equitable healthcare for ethnic minority populations
Rebecca Newell - United Kingdom

DU.30 - Making blind spots visible: the lack of race-conscious research and data in public and global health
Marie Meudec - Belgium

DU.31 - Ethnic disparities in clinical severity of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) upon admission
Maria Goldschmidt - Denmark

DU.32 - Diverse perspectives on social determinants of multicultural adolescents: A focus group study
Hyeyeon Lee - Korea, South

DU.33 - Re-politicising 'vaccine hesitancy': people on the move and COVID-19 on the Italian-French border
Costanza Torre - United Kingdom

DU.34 - Being a refugee in childhood and health in adulthood
Erica Mattelin - Sweden

DU.35 - Maternal and perinatal health in undocumented migrants: estimating access and outcomes through HMIS
Eleonora Genovese - Italy

DU.36 - Trauma health in the society - A scoping review of the Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET)
Heidi Carlerby - Sweden

DU.37 - Capoeira : a psychosocial tool to promote mental health and resilience among young adults refugees
Sophie Durieux-Paillard - Switzerland

DU.38 - Cholera Outbreak in Congested Kyaka II Refugee Settlement, Kyegegwa District: Uganda, July 2019
John Kamulegeya - Uganda

DU.39 - Mandatory, voluntary, repetitive or one-off post-migration follow-up for tuberculosis control?
Katharina Wahedi - Germany


8:00-19:00
Hall
DW - Policy, politics and public health
DW.1 - Methodological choices in brucellosis burden of disease assessments: A systematic review
Carlotta di Bari - Belgium

DW.2 - Quality of national cancer control programmes in Europe
Marjetka Jelenc - Slovenia

DW.3 - Structural intervention proposals and the delegitimization of the institutions involved
Tim van Meurs - Netherlands

DW.4 - The gaps in health-adjusted life Expectancy (HALE) by income and region in Korea
Yoon-Sun Jung - Korea, South

DW.5 - Patients’ migration for orthopaedic intensive rehabilitation among Italian Regions
Giovanni Guarducci - Italy

DW.6 - Viral hepatitis C – a challenge for the public health
Ivaylo Pakov - Bulgaria

DW.7 - Welsh Health Equity Solutions Platform
Lauren Couzens - United Kingdom

DW.9 - Alcohol industry’s arguments against French pregnancy warning labels: a press coverage analysis
Ana Millot - France

DW.10 - How does better regulation shape EU health policy? A case study of unhealthy advertising regulation
Kathrin Lauber - United Kingdom

DW.11 - Together for better health in Germany. Towards a public health strategy.
Svenja Matusall - Germany

DW.12 - Problems of communication skills of GPs in Bulgaria
Biserka Vasileva - Bulgaria

DW.13 - Understanding how organisational culture supports patient involvement in a national research agency
Marie Dauvrin - Belgium

DW.14 - Citizen engagement in health policymaking: challenges and recommended solutions
Rima Nakkash - United States

DW.15 - A matter of freedom? Right-wing populist frames of Austria’s smoke-free policy
Marike Andreas - Germany

DW.16 - Strengthening National Public Health: first steps towards the Spanish Public Health Agency
Manuel Franco - Spain

DW.17 - The health impact of the Triple Challenge of Brexit, COVID-19 and Climate Change in Wales
Liz Green - United Kingdom

DW.18 - Categorising commercial sector practices to advance human and planetary health
Anna Gilmore - United Kingdom

DW.19 - Agnogenic practices: an analysis of UK gambling industry-funded youth education programmes
May van Schalkwyk - United Kingdom

DW.20 - Public health policy responses for protecting children from harmful gambling marketing
Samantha Thomas - Australia

DW.21 - Citizen participation in healthcare: a field perspective
Rob Timans - Netherlands

DW.22 - Implementation of integrated knowledge translation in NCD research: Examining intervention components
Kerstin Sell - Germany

DW.23 - Political consciousness, agency and mental health. Students in the Covid 19-Pandemic
Yasemin Niephaus - Germany

DW.24 - Map of Health Needs – basis for the national strategic frameworks
Jan Olminski - Poland

DW.26 - Design of value-added tax on medicines in 41 European countries
Sabine Vogler - Austria

DW.27 - Paid Sick Leave and Sickness Benefits for employees' economic and job security: A Scoping Review
Yewon Kwon - Korea, South

DW.28 - The phenomenon of female alcoholism and the system and alcohol treatment service in Czechia
Kateřina Stašová - Czechia

DW.29 - Implementing pictorial health warning labels on waterpipe tobacco products: a qualitative study
Rima Nakkash - United States

DW.30 - Stakeholder perceptions and public health system performance: evidence from Greece
Vassilis Karokis-Mavrikos - United Kingdom

DW.31 - Strategies for strengthening breast and cervical cancer screening actions during COVID-19 pandemic
Fernanda Coutinho de Almeida - Brazil

DW.32 - Response to the Ukrainian war: Support to the Ukrainian health professionals – war refugees
Alena Petráková - Czechia


8:00-19:00
Hall
DX - Public health genomics
DX.1 - Associations of some genes with overweight in a young adults population sample of Siberia
Diana Denisova - Russia

DX.2 - Differential willingness for genetic testing to target treatment in older Danish citizens
Anja Leppin - Denmark


8:00-19:00
Hall
DY - Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight
DY.1 - Responsiveness of the breast cancer screening program in the Province of Ancona, Italy.
Lidia Pascucci - Italy

DY.2 - The influence of overweight and obesity in the oral health of a sample of portuguese adults
Nélio Veiga - Portugal

DY.3 - Direct impact of COVID-19 by estimating disability-adjusted life years in France in 2020
Romana Haneef - France

DY.4 - Measured vs self-reported overweight/obesity in the Italian adult population: CUORE Project 2018-19
Luigi Palmieri - Italy

DY.5 - Algorithm for early diagnosis of viral hepatitis C
Ivaylo Pakov - Bulgaria

DY.6 - Health, wellbeing, and the impact of Corona in older adults in Dresden, Germany: the LAB60+ study
Karla Romero Starke - Germany

DY.7 - Are pressures sores in nursing homes related to nursing home size? A cross-sectional analysis
Niall McGrane - Ireland

DY.8 - Sentinel monitoring of COVID-related daily activity in primary care practices of the canton of Vaud
Yolanda Mueller - Switzerland

DY.9 - Digital COVID-19 surveillance tool for a mass gathering event - a prospective cohort study
Nils Hohmuth - Germany

DY.10 - Innovative methods for health monitoring in Europe: results of a cross-sectional study
Brigid Unim - Italy

DY.11 - Risk factors for infectious diseases; A Comparison of the main indicators in Russia and Nigeria
Stanley Asongo - Russia

DY.12 - The study on health of older people in Germany (Health 65+): Design and first results
Judith Fuchs - Germany

DY.13 - HPV self-sampling acceptability among women in Italy: preliminary results of a cross-sectional study
Silvia Angelillo - Italy

DY.14 - Dissemination of knowledge from Cochrane systematic reviews in public health: Cross-sectional study
Stefanie Maria Helmer - Germany

DY.15 - Access to nicotine products among Polish youth – PolNicoYouth study results
Anna Tyrańska-Fobke - Poland

DY.16 - Nicotine initiation risk among Polish youth - PolNicoYouth study results
Łukasz Balwicki - Poland

DY.17 - The burden of disease due to COVID-19 in Sweden: a disability-adjusted life years (DALY) study
Patricia Ernst - Sweden

DY.18 - Harnessing the potential of digital data for infectious disease surveillance in sub-Saharan Africa
Juliane Boenecke - Germany

DY.19 - The impact of socio-economic conditions on individuals health: experience from an Italian region
Ilaria Valentini - Italy

DY.20 - Monitoring tobacco use among a sample of Tunisian high school pupils
Amel Amara - Tunisia

DY.21 - Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the health behaviour of university students in Hamburg, Germany
Ralf Reintjes - Germany

DY.22 - Multi-drug and β-lactam resistance in Escherichia coli and food-borne pathogens
Miguel Costa - Portugal


8:00-19:00
Hall
DZ - Other public health issues
DZ.1 - Mortality before and during COVID-19 outbreak in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Šeila Cilović Lagarija - Bosnia and Herzegovina

DZ.2 - Simultaneous determination of 11 phthalates in daily used surgical facemasks. A pilot study.
Claudia Leoni - Italy

DZ.3 - A critical qualitative inquiry of young women’s engagement with, and risk perceptions of, gambling.
Simone McCarthy - Australia

DZ.4 - Strategies to address the normalisation of gambling: perspectives of Australian women.
Simone McCarthy - Australia

DZ.5 - Cannabidiol use and perceptions in France: a national survey
Clémence Casanova - France

DZ.6 - Gynecological cancer incidence and mortality in Georgia by regions and municipalities.
Tamuna Gogoladze - Georgia

DZ.7 - Availability of one’s phone, social media addiction, fear of missing out, and adolescent sleep
Gunnhild Johnsen Hjetland - Norway

DZ.8 - Assessing Water, Sanitation and Hygiene of Urban Poor Households: Development of Two Scales
Sera Şimşek - Turkey

DZ.9 - Masculinities and self-perceived risk of contracting STIs among young men in Stockholm, Sweden
Ana Paula Finatto Canabarro - Sweden

DZ.10 - Peristomal skin complications in ileostomy and colostomy patients: a systematic literature review
Floriana D'Ambrosio - Italy

DZ.11 - Drinking water quality as a risk factor for pupils' health in rural schools in Serbia
Dragana Jovanovic - Serbia

DZ.12 - Strengths and weaknesses in the implementation of the IHR (2005) in low GNI countries
Milena Vasic - Serbia

DZ.13 - Burden of road traffic injuries in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina – fifteen-year survey
Šeila Cilović Lagarija - Bosnia and Herzegovina

DZ.14 - Healthcare utilization among aging Latvians with diminished activities of daily living
Ieva Reine - Latvia