Workshops - Wednesday 13th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 13th
9:00-10:00
A. Innovating Public Health: From Research to Action and Policy 1.A. - Oral presentations: Public health innovations: insights and impact
Innovations in abortion care in France, Germany and the UK following the COVID-19 pandemic
Céline Miani (Germany)

Inequalities in healthy life expectancy and risk factors for poor health in small geographic areas
Nicholas Steel (United Kingdom)

NCD prevention and control in Kenya: feasibility study of health kiosks in markets “HEKIMA Study”
Marjorie Lima do Vale (United Kingdom)

Bridging the gap: mapping co-creation methods for public health impact and innovation
Danielle Agnello (United Kingdom)

Validation of the NEED assessment framework: an EU level Delphi study
Rani Claerman (Belgium)

Wed 13th
9:00-10:00
B. Revolutionizing Public Health and Healthcare: AI and Digital Health Law Centre for Health and Life 1.B. - Round table: Artificial Intelligence in Mobile Health Apps: Ethical, Legal, and Regulatory Challenges
Chairperson(s): Hannah van Kolfschooten (Netherlands)

James Hazel (Netherlands)

Mahsa Shabani (Netherlands)

Hannah van Kolfschooten (Netherlands)

Vasiliki Rahimzadeh (United States)

Pramiti Parwani (Netherlands)

Wed 13th
9:00-10:00
C. Health Beyond Borders: Global Health Challenges and Sustainable Solutions EUPHAnxt, EUPHA 1.C. - Round table: Navigating the 17th European Public Health Conference: A Guide for First-Time Attendees
Chairperson(s): Monica Brînzac (EUPHAnxt)

Robert Klarecki (Netherlands)

Jinane Ghattas (EUPHAnxt)

Wed 13th
9:00-10:00
D. Equity in Health: Bridging Gaps to Universal Coverage The Commonwealth Fund 1.D. - Scientific session: Cross national perspectives: the many faces of health inequities
Chairperson(s): Evan Gumas (United States), Reginald Williams (United States)

The cost of not getting care: income disparities in the affordability of health services across high-income countries
Munira Gunja (United States)

Mapping geographic health disparities in 11 high-income nations
Neil MacKinnon (United States)

Racism in health care: systemic changes and institutional policies to advance health equity
Sidra Khan-Gökkaya (Germany)

Exploring racial inequalities in maternal mental health outcomes
Claire Wilson (United Kingdom)

Inequities faced by those with substance use disorder (SUD)
Ane-Kristine Finbråten (Norway)

Wed 13th
9:00-10:00
E. Environmental Health: Innovating Policies and Practices 1.E. - Oral presentations: Understanding the health implications of environmental challenges
Burden of disease due to ambient particulate matter pollution in Germany from 2010 to 2021
Dietrich Plass (Germany)

How ambient NO2 impacts the mortality burden of ischemic heart disease in Portugal (2011-2021)?
Marta Clemente (Portugal)

Health burden and costs attributed to the carbon footprint of health systems in the European Union
Jose Chen-Xu (Portugal)

Better together: a program to increase the public health corps in the southeast United States.
Sarah Kershner (United States)

How was the impact of heatwaves on daily hospital admissions in Portugal (2000-2018)?
Ana Margarida Alho (Portugal)

Wed 13th
9:00-10:00
F. Fostering our habitat: Climate Emergency, Urban Health 1.F. - Pitch presentations: The impact of climate change on health
Association between gender inequality and climate adaptation across the global
Ana-Catarina Pinho-Gomes (United Kingdom)

High-resolution modeling and projection of heat-related mortality in Germany under climate change
Junyu Wang (Germany)

Development of a heat mortality surveillance approach for England
Imogen Davies (United Kingdom)

The impact of heat events on health care usage due to mental health disorders – a systematic review
Jan Stratil (Austria)

Preparing health students for climate change: the impact of an innovative ‘Plan Health Faire’ course
Jérémy Guihenneuc (France)

Clustered not ubiquitous - How is IoT technology contributing to inequitable health outcomes?
Thokozani Hanjahanja-Phiri (Canada)

Exploring the relationship between energy poverty and mental wellbeing: a qualitative study
Merel Stevens (Netherlands)

Wed 13th
9:00-10:00
G. Easing the Burden: Responding to the Threat of Chronic Diseases EUPHA Food and Nutrition Section, EUPHA Chronic Diseases Section, WHO Regional Office for Europe, Special Initiative for NCDs and Innovation 1.G. - Scientific session: Forecasting dietary habits trends, human and planetary health
Chairperson(s): Saverio Stranges (EUPHA-CHR), Mary Rose Sweeney (Ireland)

Foresight diet quality: current trends and future problems
Marialaura Bonaccio (Italy)

Reducing obesity and overweight: Subregional Policy Dialogues in the WHO European Region
Julianne Williams (Denmark)

Diet Impact Assessment model: an interactive tool for analysing the health, environmental and affordability implications of diets
Marco Springmann (United Kingdom)

The future of nutrition education for health systems capacity building
Giuseppe Grosso (EUPHA-FN)

Wed 13th
9:00-10:00
H. Transforming Health Systems: Strength, Resilience, Efficacy 1.H. - Oral presentations: Health care systems
An analysis into the rise of private healthcare in England by geographical location and time period
Lucy McCannn (United Kingdom)

Evaluating health system resilience testing; what makes this practice successful?
Julia Zimmermann (United Kingdom)

System-wide health needs segmentation: innovating integrated care for complex needs households
Roberta Piroddi (United Kingdom)

Maternal near-miss and mortality associated with being referred: a case control study in Luanda
Maria Castelo (Angola)

Active education for reducing the attainment gap in a public health course in the United Kingdom (UK)
Marjorie Lima do Vale (United Kingdom)

Wed 13th
9:00-10:00
I. Tackling Infectious Diseases: Epidemiology, Vaccines, Preparedness 1.I. - Oral presentations: Tackling infectious diseases
Effectiveness of a school- and primary care-based HPV vaccination intervention (the PrevHPV study)
Aurélie Bocquier (France)

Estimated number of COVID-19 deaths averted by vaccination in Belgium
Veerle Stouten (Belgium)

How have respiratory tract infections changed in the post-covid era for children under 5 years?
Kimberley Foley (United Kingdom)

Vaccine conspiracy beliefs are the main determinant of adult vaccine hesitancy
Mariusz Duplaga (Poland)

Mother-to-child Transmission using the National HBV Perinatal Prevention Data in Korea, 2002-2021
Moran Ki (Korea, South)

Wed 13th
9:00-10:00
K. Empower and Educate: The Future of Health Literacy and Promotion EUPHA Health Literacy Section, EUPHA Section Health Services Research 1.K. - Scientific session: Health literacy of children and adolescents across Europe
Chairperson(s): Jany Rademakers (Netherlands), Orkan Okan (EUPHA-HL)

The influence of health literacy on health outcomes and behaviors in fourth-graders in Germany
Torsten Michael Bollweg (Germany)

First insights in children’s health literacy in the Netherlands–results in a sample of 8-11 year olds
Jany Rademakers (Netherlands)

Involving children in health literacy research
Catherine Jenkins (United Kingdom)

Health literacy challenges of young adults with rheumatic diseased in the transition to adult care
Mark Matthijs Bakker (Netherlands)

Wed 13th
9:00-10:00
L. Health Policies: Engaging in Public Debates and Decision-Making School of Public Health, University of Pavia; EUPHA Healthy Ageing initiative; EUPHA Health Economics section; EUPHA Digital Health section 1.L. - Scientific session: Public Health data in support of healthy ageing policies
Chairperson(s): Anna Odone (EUPHA-DH -IDC), Zoltan Ungvari (Hungary)

Administrative data for public health: a regional data warehouse applied to dementia epidemiology
Timo Clemens (Netherlands)

Who are the superheroes? A cross-sectional study on the determinants of healthy ageing
Giansanto Mosconi (Italy)

Impact of the transition to retirement on alcohol consumption: a longitudinal analysis within SHARE
Giacomo Pietro Vigezzi (Italy)

Licia Iacoviello (Italy)

João Vasco Santos (EUPHA-ECO)

Wed 13th
9:00-10:00
M. Mental Health Matters: Advancements in Public Mental Health Defactum - Public Health Research 1.M. - Scientific session: Young and lonely – exploring experiences, challenges, and potential solutions.
Chairperson(s): Julie Christiansen (Denmark), Anne Friis Bo (Denmark)

Considerations for coping with loneliness from the perspective of young people
Lily Verity (United Kingdom)

Challenges and possibilities in adolescent loneliness interventions
Mathias Lasgaard (Denmark)

Interventions to reduce loneliness in children and adolescents: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Lauren Burke (United Kingdom)

Wed 13th
9:00-10:00
N. Caring for Our Next Generation: Equitable Health from Childhood to Adulthood 1) EUPHA Injury Prevention & Safety Promotion (EUPHA INJ), 2) EUPHA Child and Adolescent Health (EUPHA CAPH), 3) EuroSafe / IDB network 1.N. - Scientific session: Child injuries monitoring and reporting: Challenges and technological developments
Chairperson(s): Maria Papadakaki (EUPHA-INJ), Julia Dratva (EUPHA-CAPH)

Preventing unintentional injuries due to home and leisure time accidents in children: the parents’ beliefs matters (CHILD Vigilance project - CHIVI)
Tatiana Alves (Portugal)

Machine Learning Approach to Injury Monitoring in Children and Adolescents
Sonja Feer (Switzerland)

Long-term disability following childhood injury: an imperative to monitor and address the continuum of trauma care
Shanthi Ameratunga (New Zealand)

Home and leisure accidents among children and young people up to 19 years old as an event observed in the EU-IDB surveillance system: 2012-2021 data
Tatiana Alves (Portugal)

Wed 13th
9:00-10:00
O. Inclusive Health: Addressing the Needs of Migrants, LGBTI, and Minorities EUPHA-SGMH 1.O. - Scientific session: Trans & Gender-Diverse Individuals’ Mental & Behavioral Health Risks & Intervention Needs
Chairperson(s): Arjan van der Star (EUPHA-SGMH), Lovro Markovic (EUPHA-SGMH)

Gender identity differences in age of first mental health diagnosis: A population-based study of childhood and adolescence
Richard Bränström (EUPHA-SGMH)

Disparities in Mental Health and the Social Determinants of Health Among Privately Insured Transgender Patients in the United States
Gilbert Gonzales (United States)

Self-determination and self-affirmative paths of trans* and gender diverse people in Portugal: Diverse identities and healthcare
Carla Moleiro (Portugal)

Development of a first intervention for tobacco cessation for sexual and gender minority individuals in Romania
Corina Lelutiu-Weinberger (United States)

Wed 13th
9:00-10:00
P. Data-Driven: Assessments for Informed Policy-Making and Foresight SPAC - Social Physics and Complexity Lab 1.P. - Round table: How could a perfect monitoring and response system look like?
Chairperson(s): Joana Gonçalves-Sá (Portugal), Ana Bento (United States)

Joana Gonçalves-Sá (Portugal)

Ana Bento (United States)

Daniela Paolotti (Italy)

Amélie Desvars-Larrive (Austria)

André Peralta-Santos (Portugal)

Wed 13th
9:00-10:00
Q. Building Capacity: Learning and Ethics for the Health Workforce European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, WHO European Centre for Primary Health Care, WHO Collaborating Centre for Health Workforce Policies and Planning, EUPHA-HWR 1.Q. - Round table: Primary healthcare workforce crisis in Europe: global policy discourse and national implementation
Chairperson(s): Michelle Falkenbach (Germany), Ellen Kuhlmann (EUPHA-HWR)

The primary healthcare workforce crisis: a comparative assessment of the European region
Ellen Kuhlmann (EUPHA-HWR)

Tiago Correia (Portugal)

Viola Burau (Denmark)

Marius-Ionuț Ungureanu (Romania)

Anna Sagan (Kazakhstan)

Wed 13th
9:00-9:25
X. Pecha Kucha Centre for Health Policy and Management, Trinity College Dublin 1.X.1. - Achieving universal health coverage: international lessons from Irish policy implementation
Chairperson(s): Martin McKee (United Kingdom), Zeynep Or (France)

The politics of universal health system reform in the context of COVID-19
Sara Burke (Ireland)

How to not revert to type: learnings from the pandemic response for universal health system reform
Sarah Parker (Ireland)

The role of governance in shaping health system reform: a case study of the design and implementation of new health regions in Ireland, 2018–2023
Katharine Schulmann (Ireland)

Co-producing research on universal health system reform in the context of COVID-19
Philip Crowley (Ireland)

Wed 13th
9:00-9:25
Y. Pecha Kucha 1. Department of Population Medicine and Health Services Research (AG2), School of Public Health, Bielefeld University, Germany; 2. Circle U. European University Alliance & Department of Translational Research and New Technologies in Medicine and Surgery, 1.Y.1. - Scientific session: Navigating choppy water for global health competencies, education and innovation in Europe
Chairperson(s): Lara Tavoschi (Italy), Victoria Saint (Germany)

Henrique Barros (Portugal)

Victoria Saint (Germany)

Francisco Mboufana (Mozambique)

Mariam Sbaiti (United Kingdom)

Wed 13th
9:35-10:00
X. Pecha Kucha European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies 1.X.2. - Scientific session: Reducing inequalities in access to care in Europe: achieving universal health coverage and more
Chairperson(s): Ewout Van Ginneken (Germany)

Erica Richardson (United Kingdom)

Cristina Hernandez Quevedo (United Kingdom)

Yulia Litvinova (Germany)

Gemma Williams (United Kingdom)

Wed 13th
9:35-10:00
Y. Pecha Kucha Sections ENV, CAPH, Mental Health, INCHES 1.Y.2. - Scientific session: Children’s mental health problems explode. Can exposome research offer a solution?
Chairperson(s): Marija Jevtic (EUPHA-ENV), Peter Van Den Hazel (EUPHA-ENV)

Karin Boode (Netherlands)

Youth mental health and exposome
Jutta Lindert (EUPHA-PMH)

Peter Van Den Hazel (EUPHA-ENV)


Poster walks - Wednesday 13th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 13th
9:00-10:00
1.R. - Poster walk: Public health policy and politics
1.R.1 - Social Cohesion in Different Periods of the Pandemic: What Works in Reducing COVID-19 Mortality
Ying-Chih Chuang (Taiwan)

1.R.2 - 15 years of the Colorrectal Cancer Screening Programme. Decreasing inequalities
Isabel Idigoras Rubio (Spain)

1.R.3 - About the need for a Swiss digital health 'Sistine Chapel' – lessons from 25 years of health policy
Federica Zavattaro (Switzerland)

1.R.4 - Lessons from the complexity and political sciences for addressing obesity prevention policy inertia
Luc Hagenaars (Netherlands)

1.R.5 - Changing the environment: Removing HFSS items in prominent areas of stores in Nottinghamshire
Olivia Brown (United Kingdom)

1.R.6 - Tobacco Industry CSR activities in Poland between 2020-2023
Paulina Dera (Poland)

1.R.7 - Steering Through Adversity: Norway's Strategic Approach to Secure Wellbeing in Times of Trouble
Ragnhild Bang Nes (Norway)

1.R.8 - Review of national rare disease strategies: innovation driving change
Valerie Power (Ireland)

1.R.9 - Strengthening public health professionals in policymaking in the Eastern WHO European region
Julian Hein (Germany)

1.R.10 - Scientific policy advice during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic – a comparison of 25 democratic countries
Theresa Dicks (Germany)

1.R.11 - Factors for sustainable cross-sector collaboration for health equity: a Dutch qualitative study
Celeste Coolen (Netherlands)

1.R.12 - A mixed-method study on preventive work within the Swedish financial counselling service
Nina Johansson (Sweden)

1.R.13 - The impact of tobacco retailers density reduction on smoking status of Belgian adults
Sarah Croes (Belgium)

1.R.14 - Inaugural NOCA NPMR report on mortality in children and young people in Ireland, 2019-2021.
Cliona McGarvey (Ireland)

1.R.15 - Decision-making under pressure: ethical considerations in COVID-19 policy making in Switzerland
Caroline Brall (Switzerland)

1.R.16 - Heterogeneous courses of cardiovascular disease incidence in Europe 2000-2019 – what are the causes?
Susanne Stolpe (Germany)

Wed 13th
9:00-10:00
1.S. - Poster walk: Health workforce, education and training
1.S.1 - Knowledge, attitudes and practices of Italian general practitioners on food supplements
Diana Menis (Italy)

1.S.2 - A Delphi method approach to consensus-based translation of 'Second Victim' definition into German
Hannah Roesner (Germany)

1.S.3 - Does staffing impact health and work conditions of staff in long-term care homes?: a scoping review
Michaella Miller (Canada)

1.S.4 - The impact of social inclusion on physical and mental health among people with disabilities in Korea
Ji Sun Lee (Korea, South)

1.S.5 - Assessment of adults’ misconceptions for Human papilloma virus through development of an instrument
Selva Dilan Golbasi Koc (Türkiye)

1.S.6 - India’s ASHA program as catalyst for maternal health quality of care
Isha Sharma (India)

1.S.7 - Ready or not? The state of emergency preparedness among Italian Public Health medical residents
Nunzio Zotti (Italy)

1.S.8 - Medical deserts in Europe - root causes and approaches to mitigate their negative effects
Alicja Domagała (Poland)

1.S.9 - Perception of impact in the perspective of healthcare professionals in the state of Goiás, Brazil
Patricia Tavares dos Santos (Brazil)

1.S.10 - How do palliative care clinicians use their emotions during end-of-life encounters?
Katrien Moens (Switzerland)

1.S.11 - Incentives to attract and retain physicians to underserved areas - a case study from Portugal
Sara Alidina (Portugal)

1.S.12 - Strengthening the quality of primary healthcare services and interdisciplinary collaboration
Cecilie Nørby Lyhne (Denmark)

1.S.13 - Interaction between alcohol intake and employment status changes on mortality among young workers
Heejoo Park (Korea, South)

1.S.14 - Future proof competencies for nurses working in primary care; a mixed methods study
Renate Wit (Netherlands)

1.S.16 - Let’s Get Walking: Establishing Workplace Walking Groups in a regional Public Health Department.
Ciara Kelly (Ireland)


Workshops - Wednesday 13th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 13th
10:30-11:30
A. Innovating Public Health: From Research to Action and Policy The Policy Institute at King's College London 2.A. - Practice session: Policy labs: getting public health research into policy and practice
Chairperson(s): Harriet Boulding (United Kingdom), Tianne Haggar (United Kingdom)

Introducing the Policy Lab Method
Alexandra Pollitt (United Kingdom)

Wed 13th
10:30-11:30
B. Revolutionizing Public Health and Healthcare: AI and Digital Health Nivel, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, University of Copenhagen 2.B. - Scientific session: Learning from intercountry comparisons in digital healthcare transition monitoring
Chairperson(s): Gemma Williams (United Kingdom)

Monitoring the digital healthcare transition in the Netherlands: Challenges, achievements and future
Jelle Keuper (Netherlands)

Monitoring the digital healthcare transition in Italy: Initiatives, metrics and feedback from Primary Care Physicians
Fidelia Cascini (Italy)

Monitoring the digital healthcare transition in Denmark: Challenges, achievements and future
Karsten Vrangbaek (Denmark)

Wed 13th
10:30-11:30
C. Health Beyond Borders: Global Health Challenges and Sustainable Solutions EUPHA-GH, EUPHA-LAW, EUPHA-IDC 2.C. - Round table: A Pandemic Treaty to deliver global health equity: negotiating under a ticking clock
Chairperson(s): Elena Petelos (EUPHA-HTA, EUPHA-GH), Amandine Garde (EUPHA-LAW)

Sujitha Subramanian (United Kingdom)

Dimitra Lingri (Belgium)

Debjani Muller (Canada)

Ricardo Mexia (EUPHA-IDC)

Bettina Borisch (Switzerland)

Wed 13th
10:30-11:30
D. Equity in Health: Bridging Gaps to Universal Coverage 2.D. - Pitch presentations: Health equity and ethics
Accessibility of digital healthcare in 2023: insights from a Dutch national survey study
Lilian Van Tuyl (Netherlands)

Territorial health inequalities in breast cancer mortality across France from 1968 to 2017
Cinthya Ayerim Lucio Garcia (France)

Did social inequalities in child development change during the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany?
Stephanie Hoffmann (Germany)

Socioeconomic inequalities in avoidable mortality: results from the Italian nationwide cohort
Alessio Petrelli (Italy)

Are health inequalities decreasing in Sweden?
Karin Engström (Sweden)

Inequities in child health in Luxembourg
Till Seuring (Luxembourg)

Research ethics implications in the development of personalised therapy for pediatric SIRS patients
Silviya Yankulovska (Germany)

Issues of social justice in the development of personalised therapy for paediatric SIRS patients
Silviya Yankulovska (Germany)

Wed 13th
10:30-11:30
E. Environmental Health: Innovating Policies and Practices Ecorys, EUPHA-PHPP, EUPHA-ENV 2.E. - Round table: Building climate resilient health systems in the EU
Chairperson(s): Rana Orhan Pees (Netherlands), Lisbeth Hall (Netherlands)

Chiara Cadeddu (Netherlands)

Aleksandra Kazmierczak (Denmark)

Andrea Schmidt (Austria)

Juliette Mattijsen (Netherlands)

Wed 13th
10:30-11:30
F. Fostering our habitat: Climate Emergency, Urban Health URB-MEN-ENV Sections 2.F. - Scientific session: Challenges in healthcare architectures.
Chairperson(s): Stefano Capolongo (EUPHA-URB), Jutta Lindert (EUPHA-PMH)

Hospital design and planning in the line of foresight of health needs.
Marija Jevtic (EUPHA-ENV)

Sustainability in the Next Generation Hospital. Needs and Requirements collection from healthcare infrastructures supply chain stakeholders with One Health approach.
Andrea Brambilla (Italy)

Digital health spaces in the city of Lisbon. The role of digitalization in linking boundaryless hospitals and smart health cities.
Luís Lapão (Portugal)

Building bridges: mobile mental health care units in four European countries.
Jutta Lindert (EUPHA-PMH)

Wed 13th
10:30-11:30
G. Easing the Burden: Responding to the Threat of Chronic Diseases Robert Koch Institute / Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention / WHO Regional Office for Europe 2.G. - Practice session: Africa and Europe: peer-to-peer HIS assessments for NCD, mental health and injuries surveillance
Chairperson(s): Angela Fehr (Germany), Marieke Verschuuren (EUPHA)

The Africa CDC Guidance for Strengthening NCDI-MH Surveillance Systems: The role of HIS assessments
Adelard Kakunze (Ethiopia)

Health information system assessments: Opportunities for international collaboration
Neville Calleja (Malta)

Wed 13th
10:30-11:30
H. Transforming Health Systems: Strength, Resilience, Efficacy WHO Regional Office for Europe and European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies 2.H. - Round table: Health system description and comparison: lessons from the WHO/Observatory Insights series
Chairperson(s): Bernd Rechel (European Observatory), Natasha Azzopardi Muscat (WHO EURO)

Ruth Waitzberg (Germany)

Yerbol Spatayev (Kazakhstan)

Simona Atanasova (Republic of North Macedonia)

Tomas Zapata (WHO EURO)

Wed 13th
10:30-11:30
I. Tackling Infectious Diseases: Epidemiology, Vaccines, Preparedness School of Public Health, University of Pavia; EUPHA Infectious Diseases Control section; EUPHA Digital Health section 2.I. - Scientific session: Addressing vaccine hesitancy: from understanding determinants to implementing targeted strategies
Chairperson(s): Anna Odone (EUPHA-DH -IDC), Roberta Siliquini (Italy)

The EU project VAXaction: tacking effectively vaccine hesitancy in Europe
Flavia Pennisi (Italy)

Advancing immunisation information systems: a proposal for the “unvaccinated registry”
Elena Maggioni (Italy)

The evolution of vaccine mandates: from historical perspectives to contemporary applications
Giacomo Pietro Vigezzi (Italy)

Carlo Signorelli (Italy)

Maria Gańczak (EUPHA-IDC)

Wed 13th
10:30-11:30
K. Empower and Educate: The Future of Health Literacy and Promotion The International Coordination Center of M-POHL at the Austrian National Public Health Institute, Aarhus University, Steno Diabetes Center Sjaelland, EUPHA Health Literacy Section, EUPHA section on health and care workforce research, WHO Regional Office f 2.K. - Scientific session: Promoting organizational health literacy in healthcare organizations and beyond in Europe
Chairperson(s): Diane Levin-Zamir (Israel), Christa Straßmayr (Austria)

OHL-ALL: a theory-informed and practice-orientated organizational health literacy equity approach
Peter Bindslev Iversen (Denmark)

Organizational health literacy in hospitals and primary health care - developing innovative tools
Hanne Søberg Finbråten (Norway)

Organizational health literacy strength and learning opportunities in Italian hospitals
Chiara Lorini (Italy)

An action plan to improve organizational health literacy in hospitals in the Czech Republic
Alena Šteflová (Czechia)

Organizational health literacy responsiveness in community pharmacies in Serbia
Dušanka Krajnović (Serbia)

Wed 13th
10:30-11:30
L. Health Policies: Engaging in Public Debates and Decision-Making Berlin University of Technology and European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies 2.L. - Round table: Monitoring health reforms to inform policy innovation: the Health Systems and Policies Monitor
Chairperson(s): Katherine Polin (Germany), Ewout Van Ginneken (Germany)

Reinhard Busse (Germany)

Ines Fronteira (Portugal)

Iwona Kowalska-Bobko (Poland)

Isabel de La Mata (European Commission - DG Sante)

Kerstin Vesna Petric (Slovenia)

Wed 13th
10:30-11:30
M. Mental Health Matters: Advancements in Public Mental Health EUPHA Public Health Economics section 2.M. - Scientific session: Economics of Mental Health in the interplay between health systems and public health
Chairperson(s): João Vasco Santos (EUPHA-ECO), Vanessa Gorasso (EUPHA-ECO)

The economics of mental ill-health in the EU/EEA
Michele Cecchini (France)

Estimating the economic burden of mental and substance use disorders in Belgium
Masja Schmidt (Belgium)

Social Inequalities in mental health service use and perceived helpfulness: A global analysis across 111 countries
Christoph Henking (United Kingdom)

Wed 13th
10:30-11:30
N. Caring for Our Next Generation: Equitable Health from Childhood to Adulthood 2.N. - Oral presentations: Improving physical and mental health outcomes
Can a Universal Mindfulness Programme Improve Well-Being in Adolescents?
Jemina Qvick (Finland)

Predictors of high blood pressure in children from 6 to 11 years: The PREDI cohort study
Marco Mastroeni (Brazil)

How does family support mitigate the impact of childhood adversity on adolescent mental health?
Nicholas Kofi Adjei (United Kingdom)

Land of Shadow: Perceived maternal self-efficacy
Elena Capitani (Italy)

Intergenerational Transmission of Overweight and Obesity among Preschool Children in Sweden
Marie Lindkvist (Sweden)

Wed 13th
10:30-11:30
O. Inclusive Health: Addressing the Needs of Migrants, LGBTI, and Minorities 2.O. - Oral presentations: Mental health of migrant populations
Labour migration and mental health of left-behind children in Georgia: a mixed methods study
Khatia Antia (Germany)

Cross-cutting integration of equity and diversity lens in public health: a novel approach of JACARDI
Benedetta Armocida (Italy)

Post-partum depression according to women’s migration profile, a nationwide study in France
Elie Azria (France)

Increasing inequalities in mortality among individuals with a foreign background in Sweden.
Alexander Miething (Sweden)

Unmet healthcare needs in migrant population in Finland: comparative analysis between 2014 and 2022.
Hannamaria Kuusio (Finland)

Wed 13th
10:30-11:30
P. Data-Driven: Assessments for Informed Policy-Making and Foresight European Commission JRC; European Commission DG-SANTE; EUPHA-HIA section; EUPHA- EPI section; EUPHA-PHPP; EUPHA-ENV; EUPHA-ECO; EUPHA-FS 2.P. - Scientific session: Improving health impact assessment in the context of EU policy cycle
Chairperson(s): Piedad Martin-Olmedo (EUPHA-HIA), Stefania Boccia (EUPHA-EPI)

Health impacts methodology in the European Commission
Vitus-Cornelius Van Rij (Belgium)

Applying knowledge translation for an effective use of Burden of Disease
Henk Hilderink (EUPHA-FS)

Role of epidemiology in the EU policy formulation of chemicals
Eleonora Chinchio (Italy)

Marleen Bekker (EUPHA-PHPP)

Wed 13th
10:30-11:30
Q. Building Capacity: Learning and Ethics for the Health Workforce EUPHA 2.Q. - Skills building seminar: Publishing and disseminating your research: How to get published, and what then?
Chairperson(s): Monica Brînzac (EUPHAnxt)

Peter Allebeck (Sweden)

Rachel Moriarty (United Kingdom)

Wed 13th
10:30-10:55
X. Pecha Kucha EPH Chronic Disease Section & Western University, London, Ontario, Canada 2.X.1. - Sleep Health Disparities across the life-course: from research to public health policy
Chairperson(s): Saverio Stranges (EUPHA-CHR), Dayna Johnson (United States)

Sleep health across the life cycle: an unmet and neglected public health priority
Saverio Stranges (EUPHA-CHR)

Social and environmental determinants of sleep health disparities
Dayna Johnson (United States)

A call to action about promoting healthy sleep among children 
Elizabeth Keys (Canada)

Strategies to address common sleep disorders among middle-aged and older adults
Tetyana Kendzerska (Canada)

Wed 13th
10:30-10:55
Y. Pecha Kucha ICPHR and EUPHA Migrant Health Section 2.Y.1. - Communication in participatory health research with refugees and migrants
Chairperson(s): Bernadette Kumar (EUPHA-MIG), Elin Inge (Sweden)

Anna Pérez-Aronsson (Sweden)

Anne MacFarlane (Ireland)

Jeremy Auerbach (Ireland)

Naseem Tayebi (Germany)

Ana Gama (Portugal)

Wed 13th
11:05-11:30
X. Pecha Kucha 1) Population Health Laboratory (#PopHealthLab), University of Fribourg, Switzerland; 2) Western University, London, Ontario, Canada; 3) EUPHA Chronic Disease Section 2.X.2. - Scientific session: Cancer Screening Across the Life Course and Surveillance Bias
Chairperson(s): Arnaud Chiolero (Switzerland), Saverio Stranges (EUPHA-CHR)

Cancer prevention over the life course
Arnaud Chiolero (Switzerland)

Monitoring inequities using routine administrative data: a case study of cancer screening in Ontario, Canada
Saverio Stranges (EUPHA-CHR)

Socioeconomic drivers of low value screening
Frerik Smit (Australia)

Cancer screening and surveillance bias
Stefano Tancredi (Switzerland)

Wed 13th
11:05-11:30
Y. Pecha Kucha Global Health and Tropical Medicine, Associate Laboratory in Translation and Innovation Towards Global Health, Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, and WHO Collaborating Center for Health Workforce Policies and Planning, 2.Y.2. - Scientific session: International Health Regulations – role on disease control and global challenges
Chairperson(s): Rita Sá Machado (Portugal), Carina Silva (Portugal)

Implementation of the international health regulations – global challenges and the COVID-19 pandemic
Rafael Vasconcelos (Portugal)

International Health Regulations’ role in zoonosis prevention, and intersection with travel medicine
Júlia Martinho (Portugal)

Strengthening Global Health Security: The Role of the International Health Regulations in Monitoring and Controlling Vector-Borne Diseases
Inês Subtil (Portugal)

The IHR Journey: Past Lessons and Future Directions
Tiago Correia (Portugal)


Poster walks - Wednesday 13th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 13th
10:30-11:30
2.R. - Poster walk: Health care services and systems
2.R.1 - Achieving integrated care through clusters of co-occurring diseases for people with multimorbidity
Thomas Beaney (United Kingdom)

2.R.2 - How common is emergency department as a death place in Portugal and who is more likely to die there?
Beatriz Sanguedo (Portugal)

2.R.3 - The Effect of Multidisciplinary Care on Polypharmacy in Advanced Cancer Patients near the End of Life
Yun-Yi Chen (Taiwan)

2.R.4 - Performance and trend of core measures among oral cancer patients: A population-based cohort study
Yun-Yi Chen (Taiwan)

2.R.5 - Patient and healthcare provider perspectives on a digital first general practice: mixed-method study
Anke Versluis (Netherlands)

2.R.6 - Feasibility of a virtual mindfulness intervention for chronic pain: a randomised controlled trial
Shashank Ghai (Sweden)

2.R.7 - Impact of bundled payments on healthcare use and costs for cardiovascular diseases in the Netherlands
Jesper Dros (Netherlands)

2.R.8 - Improving Breast Cancer Screening after Disruptions caused by COVID-19 Pandemic: A Systematic Review.
Sanaz Rouhbakhsh Halvaei (United Kingdom)

2.R.9 - Ethical Dilemmas in Home Palliative Care
Gila Yakov (Israel)

2.R.10 - Scoping the EU's health impact in the Southern Neighbourhood: Building resilience and trust
Majd Alshoufi (Netherlands)

2.R.11 - The effect of team-model on healthcare usage and treatment levels among people with type 2 diabetes
Marja-Leena Lamidi (Finland)

2.R.12 - Pharmacist care for hypertension management among patients with diabetes: a systematic review
Viktoria Gastens (Switzerland)

2.R.13 - Standardizing Primary Health Care in Italy: Operational Guidelines for Community Health Houses
Alice Borghini (Italy)

2.R.14 - Governance and health system reform: a case study of new health regions in Ireland, 2018-2023
Carlos Bruen (Ireland)

2.R.15 - Alarm fatigue and sleep quality in healthcare workers
Lukasz Rypicz (Poland)

2.R.16 - Public trust in national electronic health record systems: A scoping review of qualitative studies
Kimon Papadopoulos (Switzerland)

Wed 13th
10:30-11:30
2.S. - Poster walk: Food, nutrition and diet
2.S.2 - Levels of adherence to the Planetary Health Diet of current diets in Italian adults
Giuseppe Grosso (EUPHA-FN)

2.S.3 - Establishing a healthy and sustainable diet in diabetes management: a social marketing approach
Rogerio Ribeiro (Portugal)

2.S.4 - Predicting Obesity via Deep Learning: The Role of Chrononutrition
Luigi Palla (Italy)

2.S.5 - Effectiveness of pictorial-warning intervention to reduce consumption of sugar-sweetened-beverages
Kumar Mishra (India)

2.S.6 - Association between bisphenol A exposure and cardiometabolic outcomes: a longitudinal approach
Sofia Almeida Costa (Portugal)

2.S.7 - Dietary inflammatory potential: a comprehensive approach to the inclusion of flavonoids
Sofia Almeida Costa (Portugal)

2.S.8 - Correlates of food insecurity among university students in a low socioeconomic area
Henri Dehove (France)

2.S.9 - A Review of Lifestyle Interventions in Weight Loss Programs for Community-Based Psychiatric Patients
Giulia Picardo (Italy)

2.S.10 - Veggies4myHeart – educational project to promote vegetable knowledge and consumption in preschoolers
Sara Simões Dias (Portugal)

2.S.11 - Enhanced measurement of sugar sweetened beverages marketing in grocery store environments
Hadis Dastgerdizad (United States)

2.S.12 - Potential reformulation of food products two years after implementation of Nutri-Score in Belgium
Maria Salve Vasquez (Belgium)

2.S.13 - Effect of the Croq'Santé nutrition education program on food literacy: study in 31 schools in France
Marie Herr (France)

2.S.14 - PAS GRAS – DE-risking Determinants of Obesity in Childre, Adolescents and Young Adults
Paulo Oliveira (Portugal)

2.S.15 - PASS-IPL: health and sustainable food program a key for university health promotion
Rute Borrego (Portugal)

2.S.16 - Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on lifestyle’s behaviours of school-aged children in Portugal
Ana Rito (Portugal)


Plenary session - Wednesday 13th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 13th
11:45-12:45
EPH Conference OC - Opening Ceremony
Wed 13th
14:00-15:00
WHO Regional Office for Europe, European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies PL1 - Plenary 1: Artificial Intelligence in public health
Wed 13th
15:15-16:15
A. Innovating Public Health: From Research to Action and Policy EUPHA-ECO, European Burden of Disease Network, OECD 3.A. - Round table: Towards a research agenda for burden of disease studies
Chairperson(s): Vanessa Gorasso (EUPHA-ECO), João Vasco Santos (EUPHA-ECO)

Improving transparency: Development of reporting guidelines for burden of disease studies
Brecht Devleesschauwer (Belgium)

Refining current methods: Including comorbidity adjustment in burden of disease estimates
Michael Porst (Germany)

Working on new applications: Use of economic evaluation in burden of disease estimates
Michele Cecchini (France)

Working on new topics: Estimation of the burden of zoonotic diseases
Carlotta di Bari (Belgium)

Wed 13th
15:15-16:15
B. Revolutionizing Public Health and Healthcare: AI and Digital Health Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region - Digital Public Health Taskforce & Leibniz ScienceCampus Digital Public Health Bremen 3.B. - Scientific session: Why do we need clear understanding of digital public health interventions?
Chairperson(s): Laura Maaß (Germany), Mariusz Duplaga (Poland)

A long journey from telemedicine to digital (public) health: the vision of different stakeholders
Mariusz Duplaga (Poland)

Same term, but unequal understanding: differences in digital public health intervention features
Laura Maaß (Germany)

Navigating the complexity of User Engagement: need for normative evaluations in digital interventions
Maham Saleem (Germany)

Digital Public Health and Digital Health: twins or Neighbors? A data protection perspective
Anabelle Macedo Silva (Brazil)

Wed 13th
15:15-16:15
C. Health Beyond Borders: Global Health Challenges and Sustainable Solutions 3.C. - Pitch presentations: AMR and other health threats
Risks of high temperature exposure on infectious diseases in Portuguese hospitals
Ana Margarida Alho (Portugal)

Integrating SDGs, One Health and transdisciplinarity into AMR Education Strategies
Avis Anya Nowbuth (Norway)

New AMR big data platform: HubRAM project by DGAV
Andrea Cara d'Anjo (Portugal)

National early warning systems for emerging AMR in high-income countries: a systematic review
Jessica Iera (Italy)

How to analyze multistakeholder collaboration for infectious disease outbreaks: a scoping review
Tomris Cesuroglu (Netherlands)

Autochthonous dengue outbreak in Lombardy, Italy: enhanced surveillance and vector control measures
Giuditta Scardina (Italy)

Impact of organisational injustice on health and wellbeing of female police: A meta-ethnography
Mahnoz Illias (United Kingdom)

Wed 13th
15:15-16:15
D. Equity in Health: Bridging Gaps to Universal Coverage EUPHA Health Literacy Section, EUPHA Health Promotion Section, EUPHA Global Health, EUPHA Digital Health, EUPHA Ethics in Public Health, IUHPE Working Group on Health Literacy, WHO Action Network on Measuring Population and Organizational Health Literacy 3.D. - Round table: Improving equity in health: Understanding and responding to health literacy as a social determinant
Chairperson(s): Don Nutbeam (Australia), Orkan Okan (EUPHA-HL)

Gill Rowlands (United Kingdom)

Stephan Van den Broucke (Belgium)

Ana Rita Pedro (Portugal)

Christina Dietscher (Austria)

Susie Sykes (United Kingdom)

Wed 13th
15:15-16:15
E. Environmental Health: Innovating Policies and Practices EUPHA-HIA section; International Network on Public Health and Environment Tracking (INPHET); EUPHA-EH section; EUPHA-PHMR section 3.E. - Scientific session: Environmental Health Tracking Systems: a tool for planetary health
Chairperson(s): Piedad Martin-Olmedo (EUPHA-HIA), Peter Van Den Hazel (EUPHA-ENV)

The INPHET- a global approach to Environmental Public Health Tracking
Fuyuen Yip (United States)

Environmental Public Health Tracking in England- support for Health Impact Assessments
Ariana Zeka (United Kingdom)

EHT and environmental justice at EPA Victoria: Aspirations and regulatory realities
Timothy Chaston (Australia)

Hanna Tolonen (EUPHA-PHMR)

Wed 13th
15:15-16:15
F. Fostering our habitat: Climate Emergency, Urban Health Aletta Jacobs SPH, ASPHER, EUPHA-ENV, EUPHA-Global Health Initiative, EUPHA-HIA, EUPHA-LAW, Faculty of Public Health (UK), Global Consortium for Climate and Health Education 3.F. - Round table: Legal action & capacity building: essential for climate action to protect and promote public health
Chairperson(s): Laurent Chambaud (France), Mary Codd (Ireland)

David Patterson (Netherlands)

Farhang Tahzib (EUPHA-ETH)

Liz Green (United Kingdom)

Ana-Catarina Pinho-Gomes (United Kingdom)

Wed 13th
15:15-16:15
G. Easing the Burden: Responding to the Threat of Chronic Diseases WHO Regional Office for Europe / EUPHA / Joint Action Prevent Non-Communicable Diseases and Cancer 3.G. - Scientific session: Making WHO European Region the Healthiest Online Environment for children: Restrict harmful marketing
Chairperson(s): Kremlin Wickramasinghe (Denmark), Amandine Garde (EUPHA-LAW)

Innovative tools from WHO Europe to protect children from digital marketing of unhealthy products
Olga Zhiteneva (Denmark)

Collaborative efforts of the Joint Action PreventNCD and the WHO Europe to protect children from harmful marketing
Maria Joao Gregorio (Portugal)

Leveraging Behavioural Insights to Create Healthier Online Environment for Children
Iveta Nagyova (EUPHA)

Amandine Garde (EUPHA-LAW)

Wed 13th
15:15-16:15
H. Transforming Health Systems: Strength, Resilience, Efficacy European Partnership on Transforming Health and Care Systems (THCS), EUPHA Section on HSR, EUPHA Section on HTA 3.H. - Scientific session: Advancing Health and Care System Transformation with the THCS Partnership
Chairperson(s): Ilmo Keskimäki (Finland), Chiara de Waure (EUPHA-HTA)

Reviewing and assessing emerging trends and needs for research, development and innovation (RDI) and capacity building in a short, medium and long-term perspective
Ruth Baron (Netherlands)

Enhancing policy impact: Bridging evidence to action
Cécile Fragny (France)

Facilitating the transfer and implementation of practices across health and care systems
Juha Koivisto (Finland)

Strengthening ecosystems
Juha Teperi (Finland)

Enabling effective knowledge sharing through a Knowledge Hub
Andrea Pavlickova (United Kingdom)

Wed 13th
15:15-16:15
I. Tackling Infectious Diseases: Epidemiology, Vaccines, Preparedness University of Crete, Riga Stradins University, Sciensano, EUPHA-IDC, EUPHA-GH, and the European Commission (the European Health and the Digital Executive Agency HaDEA) 3.I. - Scientific session: Increasing EU preparedness and improving European Vaccination Beyond COVID-19: the EUVABECO approach
Chairperson(s): Elena Petelos (EUPHA-HTA, EUPHA-GH), Georgios Margetidis (Luxembourg)

Preparing for future public health crises by fostering a conducive environment
Christos Lionis (Greece)

Enhancing preparedness by developing robust implementation
François Kaag (France)

An interdisciplinary approach: Exploring the five dimensions of the tools deployed by EUVABECO
Matthieu Billuart (Belgium)

The vital role of stakeholders and National Immunization Technical Advisory Groups (NITAGs)
Dace Zavadska (Latvia)

Future actions and a call for ongoing support and
Sibilia Quilici (Belgium)

Wed 13th
15:15-16:15
K. Empower and Educate: The Future of Health Literacy and Promotion 3.K. - Oral presentations: Digital health literacy
Health literacy in the evolving era of personalised medicine and digital health
Flavia Beccia (Italy)

Marketing Harm to Children: Children’s exposure to unhealthy commodity marketing using body cameras
Louise Signal (New Zealand)

Associations between bedtime media use and sleep outcomes in an adult population-based cohort
Stephanie Schrempft (Switzerland)

The higher education's role in the multisectoral evolution of the diabetes mobile unit programme
Danah Smith (Bahrain)

Data literacy in healthcare: A systematic collection and evaluation of OERs on data acquisition
Christian Kempny (Germany)

Wed 13th
15:15-16:15
L. Health Policies: Engaging in Public Debates and Decision-Making European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies 3.L. - Round table: Outcomes from a public debate on the future health priorities of the European Union
Chairperson(s): Matthias Wismar (European Observatory), Josep Figueras (European Observatory)

Giada Scarpetti (Germany)

Caroline Costongs (EuroHealthNet)

Isabel de La Mata (European Commission - DG Sante)

Wed 13th
15:15-16:15
M. Mental Health Matters: Advancements in Public Mental Health EUPHA MEN and EUPHA ENV 3.M. - Skills building seminar: Culture, Arts and Mental Health
Chairperson(s): Marija Jevtic (EUPHA-ENV), Jutta Lindert (EUPHA-PMH)

Culture for Health – Example from Serbia
Marija Jevtic (EUPHA-ENV)

Arts and Mental health
Jutta Lindert (EUPHA-PMH)

Mental Health Arts Festival as a tool for mental health promotion
Karolina Zakarauskaite (Lithuania)

Wed 13th
15:15-16:15
N. Caring for Our Next Generation: Equitable Health from Childhood to Adulthood Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow & Child and Adolescent Public Health section, EUPHA 3.N. - Round table: Health inequalities over life-course between people with & without childhood social care experience
Chairperson(s): Mirjam Allik (United Kingdom), Sonia Saxena (EUPHA-CAPH)

Lived experiences: What made or would have made a difference to me when growing up?
Mirjam Allik (United Kingdom)

What does international evidence tell us about the health of people with childhood social care (CSC) experiences?
Mirjam Allik (United Kingdom)

What long-term health outcomes can we anticipate for children who have been in social care?
Viviane Straatmann (Sweden)

What challenges exist within the child welfare system in meeting the health needs of children in care?
Hilma Forsman (Sweden)

How can health practitioners support children and young people in social care?
Sonia Saxena (EUPHA-CAPH)

Wed 13th
15:15-16:15
O. Inclusive Health: Addressing the Needs of Migrants, LGBTI, and Minorities Bielefeld School of Public Health / Lancet Migration European Regional Hub 3.O. - Scientific session: Migrant labour exploitation and health: How can research foster protection of migrant workers?
Chairperson(s): Nora Gottlieb (Germany), Sally Hargreaves (United Kingdom)

Understanding labour exploitation as a social determinant of health in migrant populations – insights from the Danish population-based registers
Karen Lau (United Kingdom)

How do communities define “work precarity” and “labour exploitation”? Lessons for research from participatory research in high economic hardship communities in Chicago, Illinois/USA
Linda Forst (United States)

How can we measure labour exploitation and develop interventions to protect migrant workers’ health? Insights from intervention-focused research on cattle ranching in Brazil and child domestic work in Liberia and Nigeria
Cathy Zimmerman (United Kingdom)

Wed 13th
15:15-16:15
P. Data-Driven: Assessments for Informed Policy-Making and Foresight 3.P. - Pitch presentations: Data, assessments, impact
Using burden of foodborne disease estimates for risk ranking in Denmark
Sara Monteiro Pires (Denmark)

Comparing Italian hospital discharge and mortality data: implications for epidemiological research
Katherine Logan (Italy)

Impact of primary course COVID-19 vaccination on hospitalizations in Belgium, a Bayesian approach
Elias Vermeiren (Belgium)

Patterns of alcohol use in Belgium, 2013-2020
Sarah Nayani (Belgium)

A quali-quantitative study of the Italian National Institute of Health’s press review during Covid-19
Carlotta Fiammenghi (Italy)

Consumption and expenditure of antidepressants and anxiolitycs in 14 european countries.
Manuela Martella (Italy)

Measuring laypeople’s notions of intersex in the Netherlands and Flanders
Jenneke van Ditzhuijzen (Netherlands)

A matter of measurement? Segregation and all-cause mortality in Sweden's three metropolitan regions.
Agneta Cederstrom (Sweden)

Wed 13th
15:15-16:15
Q. Building Capacity: Learning and Ethics for the Health Workforce 3.Q. - Pitch presentations: Health workforce, patient safety
Development and validation of a questionnaire to evaluate Students Learning Needs using XR Technology
Christiana Nicolaou (Cyprus)

The Critical Role of Perceived Academic Institutional Support among Students in a Divided Society.
Carmit Satran (Israel)

Patient Safety Culture in Italian Nursing Homes: Staff Perceptions & Dimensional Contributions
Ilaria Tocco Tussardi (Italy)

Balancing public health and public safety: a situational analysis of a substance use pathway
Susie Sykes (United Kingdom)

Enhancing digital health competencies: insights from european human resources for health
Luis Lapao (Portugal)

Empowering Educators: Italian Nurses' Knowledge, Attitudes, Practices, and Vaccine Hesitancy
Azzurra Massimi (Italy)

International and intercultural training on the use of Art Therapy for Dementia Care.
Martina Giusti (Italy)

Primary care nurses’ readiness to promote digital health technology use among patients
Lotta Virtanen (Finland)

Wed 13th
15:15-15:40
X. Pecha Kucha The International Coordination Center of M-POHL at the Austrian National Public Health Institute, EUPHA Health Literacy Section, WHO Regional Office for Europe, JA PreventNCD 3.X.1. - Scientific session: Health literacy in Europe: Building a comparative database for shaping public health policy
Chairperson(s): Robert Griebler (Austria), Christopher Le (Norway)

The M-POHL Health Literacy Population Survey 2024-2026 (HLS24)
Robert Griebler (Austria)

Measuring digital health literacy in Europe – developing a new tool to capture innovation
Diane Levin-Zamir (Israel)

Measuring communicative health literacy – a revision of the HLS19-COM-P scale
Hanne Søberg Finbråten (Norway)

Measuring navigational health literacy – an extension of the HLS19-NAV scale
Lennert Griese (Germany)

Wed 13th
15:15-15:40
Y. Pecha Kucha Public health genomics / Public Health Epidemiology 3.Y.1. - Genomics in EU Health Systems: Navigating the Opportunities and Challenges for Personalized Health
Chairperson(s): Roberta Pastorino (EUPHA-PHG), Péter Pikó (EUPHA-PHG)

The state-of-the-art and barriers for the adoption of personalised prevention in Europe and beyond
Stefania Boccia (EUPHA-EPI)

Implementation of polygenic risk scores in secondary prevention of (breast) cancer
Jeroen van Rooij (Netherlands)

The 1+Million Genomes Maturity Level Model for Genomics in Healthcare
Astrid Vicente (Portugal)

Benefits of cross-border access to human genomes at scale for research and healthcare
Serena Scollen (United Kingdom)

Wed 13th
15:50-16:15
X. Pecha Kucha WHO 3.X.2. - Scientific session: Integrating trust as a key component of pandemic preparedness and resilience
Chairperson(s): Brian Yau (Switzerland), Sandra Machiri (Switzerland)

Wed 13th
15:50-16:15
Y. Pecha Kucha 1) EUPHA Injury Prevention & Safety Promotion (EUPHA INJ), 2) EUPHA Social Security Work and Health (SSWH), 3) EUPHA Public Health Economics (ECO), 4) European Association for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion (EuroSafe) / IDB network 3.Y.2. - Road traffic injuries, disability burden and implications for compensation schemes in Europe
Chairperson(s): Maria Papadakaki (EUPHA-INJ), João Vasco Santos (EUPHA-ECO)

Health loss after road transport injury – new perspectives
Emilie Friberg (Sweden)

Statistics on disability pensioners is important for assessing injury burden
Johan Lund (EUPHA-INJ)

Analysis of traffic injury trends, and strategies for road safety promotion in Lithuania
Birute Strukcinskiene (EUPHA-INJ)

ProtAct-Us from serious injuries with long-term consequences
Werner Leitgeb (Austria)

Public-Private Partnerships: A model for injury prevention and safety promotion – Benefitting communities and NGOs
Eva Vaagland (Norway)


Poster walks - Wednesday 13th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 13th
15:15-16:15
3.R. - Poster walk: Health and Environment: Urban and Planetary Challenges
3.R.1 - Socio-economic gradients in urban green space access and respiratory health
Daniel Szabó (Czechia)

3.R.2 - Thermal inequality and heat-related adaptive capacity: A systematic review
S. Claire Slesinski (Germany)

3.R.3 - The association between traffic noise and self-rated health within the German National Cohort (NAKO)
S. Claire Slesinski (Germany)

3.R.4 - Heat-related risk in outdoor workers in the context of climate change: a systematic review
Maria Francesca Rossi (Italy)

3.R.5 - Accounting for adaptation when projecting climate change impacts on health: a review of methods
Kai Wan (United Kingdom)

3.R.6 - A scoping review on health care use during extreme air temperatures in older populations in Europe.
Jutta Pulkki (Finland)

3.R.7 - Knowledge, behaviours, practices, and expectations on climate change among French health workers
Jérémy Guihenneuc (France)

3.R.8 - A systematic review of health outcomes of public transport use by older adults
Omer Dilian (Israel)

3.R.9 - Development of 1-h threshold concentration guidelines for acute particulate exposures
Simon Griffiths (United Kingdom)

3.R.10 - Outdoor living environment and cardiovascular disease risk: results from a Swedish cohort
Pauline Rebouillat (Sweden)

3.R.11 - Effect of sustainable food habits on gut microbiota diversity: A pilot study
Annika Tillander (Sweden)

3.R.12 - Isolation of Shewanella algae from blue crabs (Callinectes sapidus) in Northwestern Adriatic Sea
Elisa Massella (Italy)

3.R.13 - Scanning the horizon- environmental health indicator surveillance
Aoife O'Connell (Ireland)

3.R.14 - Taxing animal-based food products: A qualitative framing analysis of the media debate in Germany
Anna Leibinger (Germany)

3.R.15 - Air Pollution Reduces the Individuals’ Life Satisfaction Through Health Impairment
Mary Abed Al Ahad (United Kingdom)

3.R.16 - A selective diesel vehicle ban’s impact on NO2 concentrations in Munich: a quasi-experimental study
Anna Leibinger (Germany)

Wed 13th
15:15-16:15
3.S. - Poster walk: Health promotion
3.S.1 - Sickness absence patterns during the COVID-19 pandemic among Finnish public sector employees
Eija Haukka (Finland)

3.S.2 - A scoping review on sociodemographic inequalities in breast cancer screening attendance in Germany
Núria Pedrós Barnils (Germany)

3.S.3 - Utilization of paternity and parental leave in Italy: the parents' perspective
Francesca Zambri (Italy)

3.S.4 - Co-creation of migrant health interventions in Portugal: Insights from the VO(I)CES project
Ana Gama (Portugal)

3.S.5 - Health promotion programs in prison: attendance and role in promoting PA and subjective health status
Riki Tesler (Israel)

3.S.6 - Identification of different types of nicotine product users: results from a cluster analysis
Iris Kramer (Netherlands)

3.S.7 - Physical activity promotion in Aged care: a participatory approach
Annika Frahsa (Switzerland)

3.S.8 - Changes of lifestyle and mental health among COVID-19 situation: resident-centered health promotion
Takeo Shibata (Japan)

3.S.9 - Correlates of using behavioural sciences to design health promotion interventions and programs
Ariane Belanger-Gravel (Canada)

3.S.10 - Understanding compliance with smoke-free environments: a realist review
Sophie Jooren (Netherlands)

3.S.11 - International survey of young adults’ opinions on tobacco endgame measures & e-cigarette regulations
John Gannon (Ireland)

3.S.12 - Students’ attitudes towards and willingness to intervene in partner violence against women in Sweden
Maria Wemrell (Sweden)

3.S.13 - Citizen needs towards personalised medicine and genetic testing: results from a European survey
Martina Porcelli (Italy)

3.S.14 - Long-term effects of an alcohol prevention intervention in the nightlife setting in Sweden
Johanna Gripenberg (Sweden)

3.S.15 - Sociodemographic inequalities in smoking cessation: a population survey from Flanders, Belgium
Marie Vermote (Belgium)

3.S.16 - Non-health-targeted promotions and step counts of smartphone-based mall walking program users
Yoko Matsuoka (Japan)


Workshops - Wednesday 13th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 13th
16:45-17:45
A. Innovating Public Health: From Research to Action and Policy PHPP section, European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies and Portuguese National Health Council. 4.A. - Skills building seminar: Waves of community health engagement and governance: innovating through a design-as-policy approach
Chairperson(s): Marleen Bekker (EUPHA-PHPP), Dheepa Rajan (Belgium)

Marleen Bekker (EUPHA-PHPP)

Dheepa Rajan (Belgium)

Goncalo Figueiredo Augusto (Portugal)

Wed 13th
16:45-17:45
B. Revolutionizing Public Health and Healthcare: AI and Digital Health EIT Health 4.B. - Round table: Closing the loop in the European Health Data Space: relation between primary and secondary data use
Chairperson(s): Cristina Chiotan (Belgium), Monica Åberg Yngwe (Sweden)

Nienke Schutte (Belgium)

Milana Trucl (Belgium)

Sinead O'Connor (Ireland)

Aneta Tyszkiewicz (Belgium)

Elina Drakvik (Finland)

Wed 13th
16:45-17:45
C. Health Beyond Borders: Global Health Challenges and Sustainable Solutions Centre for Infectious Disease Control, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), Netherlands 4.C. - Scientific session: Navigating through complex challenges of responding to outbreaks of multidrug-resistant organisms
Chairperson(s): Aura Timen (Netherlands)

Home-based nursing care: what do we know about multidrug-resistant organisms in this setting?
Tessa Langeveld (Netherlands)

Long-term care facilities: what do we know about multidrug-resistant organisms in this setting?
Soemeja Hidad-Nuh (Netherlands)

Preparedness for and collaboration during regional outbreaks with multidrug-resistant organisms
Berend Beishuizen (Netherlands)

Wed 13th
16:45-17:45
D. Equity in Health: Bridging Gaps to Universal Coverage Trinity College Dublin, Centre for Health Policy and Management 4.D. - Scientific session: From policy to implementation: Learnings around health system reforms and Universal Health Coverage
Chairperson(s): Steve Thomas (Ireland), Johan Hansen (EUPHA-HSR)

Implementation as the acid test: International lessons from Universal Health Coverage reforms around the world
Liz Farsaci (Ireland)

Big bang in the middle of a storm: Lessons from implementing health system reform in Finland
Liina-Kaisa Tynkkynen (Finland)

Towards integration of care in Portugal: Expansion of a new management model for the NHS
Ines Fronteira (Portugal)

Reform of the Irish health system towards Universal Health Coverage and the role of the private sector
Catherine O'Donoghue (Ireland)

Wed 13th
16:45-17:45
E. Environmental Health: Innovating Policies and Practices 4.E. - Pitch presentations: Effects of environmental exposure
Greenness and mortality in an industrialized area in Southern Italy: a health impact assessment study
Orazio Valerio Giannico (Italy)

Neighborhood environment and falls: a longitudinal Japan gerontological evaluation study.
Yo Matsumoto (Japan)

Sex Differences in PFAS Exposure and Children/adolescents’ Respiratory/Immune Impacts: Meta-Analysis
Georges Hatem (Portugal)

Green and blue spaces residential exposure over childhood and multimorbidity in adolescence
Susana Santos (Portugal)

Exposure to artificial light at night and breast cancer risk: A nested case-control study, France
Nirmala Prajapati (France)

Long-Term exposure to NO2 and Stroke Mortality in Portugal: an ecological study from 2001 to 2021
João Morgado (Portugal)

Investigation of the neurotoxic effects of exposure to polystyrene micro- and nanoplastics (m/nPS)
Giuseppa Visalli (Italy)

Burden of disease due to road traffic noise in Flanders, Belgium
Arno Pauwels (Belgium)

Wed 13th
16:45-17:45
F. Fostering our habitat: Climate Emergency, Urban Health NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Environmental Change and Health, EUPHA ENV 4.F. - Scientific session: Progress in assessing climate change risks to health and implementation in UK and Europe
Chairperson(s): Marija Jevtic (EUPHA-ENV), Grace Turner (United Kingdom)

Review of national climate change risk assessment methods for impacts on health and health systems in WHO European Region
Grace Turner (United Kingdom)

The impact of fuel poverty on cold-related mortality in England and Wales: disentangling the effects of fuel price, income, and energy efficiency
Kai Wan (United Kingdom)

Individual level risk factors associated with episodes of heat as recorded within primary care records: a time-stratified case-cross over study
Ross Thompson (United Kingdom)

Integrating environmental sustainability within national food-based dietary guidelines: a qualitative analysis from five case study countries
Genevieve Hadida (United Kingdom)

Assessing the health risks from flooding and chemical contamination: a scoping review
Sari Kovats (United Kingdom)

Wed 13th
16:45-17:45
G. Easing the Burden: Responding to the Threat of Chronic Diseases 4.G. - Pitch presentations: Diabetes and chronic diseases
Exploration of research projects on personalised prevention supported by the European Commission
Alessandra Maio (Italy)

Cross-national characteristics and differences in type 2 diabetes: Malta versus Luxembourg
Sarah Cuschieri (Malta)

Childhood socioeconomic differences in type 2 diabetes: longitudinal results of The Maastricht study
Rachelle Meisters (Netherlands)

Body composition trajectories before the diagnosis of type 2 diabetes mellitus in Whitehall II study
David Major (Hungary)

Diabetes, chronic respiratory and cardiovascular diseases in Germany and Europe (EHIS-3 Survey)
Giselle Sarganas (Germany)

Impact of retirement on physical activity in older adults: a longitudinal analysis from SHARE
Giacomo Pietro Vigezzi (Italy)

An integrated approach to enhance vaccine uptake in chronic patients – the VacciNetwork project
Giovanna Adamo (Italy)

Digital services as alternative for in-person visits among clients with long-term illnesses
Emma Kainiemi (Finland)

Wed 13th
16:45-17:45
H. Transforming Health Systems: Strength, Resilience, Efficacy 4.H. - Pitch presentations: Health system performance
Out of hospital cardiac arrest outcomes’ determinants: an Italian retrospective cohort study
Chiara Barbati (Italy)

Factors influencing delay in cancer diagnosis: a qualitative study in Chile, Colombia and Ecuador
Olivia Oturai (Denmark)

Integrated care in the Baltic states over a 5-year period: progress, challenges and future directions
Nathan Shuftan (Germany)

Inter-regional Hospital Patients’ mobility: Is co-operation better than competition?
Giovanni Guarducci (Italy)

Psychiatric comorbidity and hospitalization outcomes for AMI in portuguese public hospitals
Ana Fonseca (Portugal)

End-of-Life Care Intensity and Socioeconomic Disparities in Cancer Patients: Lazio, Italy
Alessandro Cesare Rosa (Italy)

Results from the Swiss Cohort of Healthcare Professionals: Intention to stay and well-being
Isabelle Peytremann (Switzerland)

Agricultural activities reduce the risk of requiring long-term care among older Japanese
Hideto Takase (Japan)

Wed 13th
16:45-17:45
I. Tackling Infectious Diseases: Epidemiology, Vaccines, Preparedness 4.I. - Pitch presentations: Insights for improving public health interventions
Lipids and glycemia profiles in adults: the Italian Health Examination Survey 2023 - CUORE Project
Benedetta Marcozzi (Italy)

Association between a new healthcare access index and life expectancy in Japan: A nationwide study
Akihisa Nakamura (Japan)

Food additive monosodium glutamate and risk of cardiovascular diseases - NutriNet-Santé cohort
Anaïs Hasenböhler (France)

Overdiagnosis of lung cancer in Chinese populations
Dongchen Xie (China)

Socioeconomic background and childhood cancer survival in Germany – A nationwide register study
Maike Wellbrock (Germany)

Polycystic ovary syndrome and labor market attachment in Swedish women
Vivien Boldis (Sweden)

Dementia risk factors and cognitive function in a nationwide population-based sample aged 65+
Beate Gaertner (Germany)

Malnutrition in Guinea-Bissau: a country wide representative cross-sectional study
Carina Silva (Portugal)

Wed 13th
16:45-17:45
K. Empower and Educate: The Future of Health Literacy and Promotion EUPHA HL, EUPHA GH, EUPHA WG SDG5, WHO Collaborating Centre for Health Literacy, Technical University of Munich, University of West Attica, Harvard University 4.K. - Scientific session: The realm of the information ecosystem and its public health impact
Chairperson(s): Orkan Okan (EUPHA-HL), Elena Petelos (EUPHA-HTA, EUPHA-GH)

Health information seeking and health literacy in midwife-led care and the modern information environment
Elisabeth Wilhelm (United States)

How factchecking organizations can partner within public health for a healthier internet
Tina Purnat (WHO )

Unravelling misinformation: investigating the associations between health literacy and resilience
Rafaela Rosário (Portugal)

InfoQ: Certifying credible providers of digital health information
Sebastian Schmidt-Kähler (Germany)

The impact of misinformation on social media in the context of natural disasters
Sonya Hilberts (Netherlands)

Wed 13th
16:45-17:45
L. Health Policies: Engaging in Public Debates and Decision-Making EUPHAnxt, EUPHA 4.L. - Skills building seminar: Skills building seminar: Enhancing your elevator pitch: persuading a policymaker in seconds
Chairperson(s): Monica Brînzac (EUPHAnxt), Jinane Ghattas (EUPHAnxt)

Charlotte Marchandise (EUPHA)

Wed 13th
16:45-17:45
M. Mental Health Matters: Advancements in Public Mental Health 4.M. - Pitch presentations: Insights into mental health
Organizational models of the mental health service in primary health care: An Evidence Map.
Cecilia Palominos (Chile)

Prevention of Child Anxiety: A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Group Program for Anxious Parents
Sigrid Elfström (Sweden)

Childhood socioeconomic status and depression in adulthood: systematic review.
Stamatia Damianakou (Cyprus)

The impacts of UK coronavirus virus job retention (furlough) scheme on mental health
Lateef Akanni (United Kingdom)

Longitudinal analysis of socioeconomic and sex differences in childhood mental health difficulties
Yu Wei Chua (United Kingdom)

Disparities in the Incidence and Prevalence of Psychotic Disorders Between With and Without Disabled
Kyoung Eun Yeob (Korea, South)

Factors Influencing Depression in People with Disabilities:Individual and Interpersonal Levels
JungHee Cho (Korea, South)

Examining factors associated with cocaine use in late adolescence and early adulthood
Margaret M. Brennan (Ireland)

Wed 13th
16:45-17:45
N. Caring for Our Next Generation: Equitable Health from Childhood to Adulthood Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Department of Child and Adolescent Health Promotion Service 4.N. - Scientific session: Equity in Child Health: Leveraging Universal Health Promotion Services for Families Amid Uncertainty
Chairperson(s): Boye Welde (Norway)

Promoting Equity: Child & Adolescent Health Service
Hanne Nissen Bjørnsen (Norway)

Inclusive, needs-based research for addressing Health Literacy in Parents with immigrant backgrounds
Kirsti Riiser (Norway)

Starting Right, an evidence-based assessment of children in municipalities healthcare centers
Kristin Haraldstad (Norway)

Wed 13th
16:45-17:45
O. Inclusive Health: Addressing the Needs of Migrants, LGBTI, and Minorities 4.O. - Pitch presentations: Migrant population health
Are migrant workers at greater risk of workplace deaths? A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Karen Lau (United Kingdom)

Latent tubercolosis infection in the migrant population: an Italian surveillance experience.
Guido Pagliantini (Italy)

Primary health care models for refugees and the involvement of nurses: A systematic review
Andreas W. Gold (Germany)

Educational achievement and health during adolescence in second generation immigrants in Sweden
Sara Agnafors (Sweden)

Civic participation and self-reported health: An intersectional comparative study in Europe
Federica Rossetti (Belgium)

Chronic pain over time among Syrian refugees resettled in Norway
Yeneabeba Tilahun Sima (Norway)

Community Health Worker Service: addressing the needs of Gypsy/Travellers in Scotland
Camila Biazus Dalcin (United Kingdom)

Living conditions in Italian administrative detention centres for migrants: a scoping review
Elena Mazzalai (Italy)

Wed 13th
16:45-17:45
P. Data-Driven: Assessments for Informed Policy-Making and Foresight EUPHA-HTA, EUPHA-PHG, EUPHA-ETH, EUPHA-ECO, EUPHA-HSR 4.P. - Round table: Advancing genomic diagnostics for rare genetic diseases: a focus on non-clinical domains of HTA
Chairperson(s): Chiara de Waure (EUPHA-HTA), Giovanna Elisa Calabrò (Italy)

Integration of Whole genome sequencing in pediatric healthcare: an Italian HTA
Mario Cesare Nurchis (Italy)

Gianfranco Damiani (Italy)

Els Maeckelberghe (EUPHA-ETH)

João Vasco Santos (EUPHA-ECO)

Sandra García Armesto (Spain)

Wed 13th
16:45-17:45
Q. Building Capacity: Learning and Ethics for the Health Workforce EUPHA-HWR, WHO Regional Office for Europe, Department of Public Health Babeș-Bolyai University Romania, WHO Collaborating Center for Health Workforce Policies and Planning 4.Q. - Scientific session: Global landscapes of healthcare worker migration: advancing effective and equitable solutions
Chairperson(s): Ellen Kuhlmann (EUPHA-HWR), Marius-Ionuț Ungureanu (Romania)

A source and a destination country for migrant healthcare workers: the case of Ireland
Niamh Humphries (Ireland)

The impact of healthcare worker migration in source countries: Colombia, Indonesia, and Jordan
Julia Lohmann (Germany)

The paradoxical surplus of healthcare workers in Africa: the need for research and policy engagement
Eleanor Hutchinson (United Kingdom)

Forced displacement and the healthcare workforce crisis: Venezuelan healthcare workers in Peru
Gareth Rees (Peru)

Tomas Zapata (WHO EURO)

Wed 13th
16:45-17:10
X. Pecha Kucha Austrian National Public Health Institute / M-POHL - WHO Action Network on Measuring Population and Organizational Health Literacy 4.X.1. - Health literacy policies – how can they be developed and implemented?
Chairperson(s): Christina Dietscher (Austria), Angelika Schlacher (Austria)

A guide for policy and decision makers on health literacy policies
Angelika Schlacher (Austria)

Wed 13th
16:45-17:10
Y. Pecha Kucha Aletta Jacobs SPH, ASPHER, EUPHA-LAW, EUPHA-ENV, EUPHA-HIA, EUPHA-Public Mental Health,EUPHA-Global Health, Faculty of Public Health (UK), GNAPH 4.Y.1. - Climate trauma, public protest and the ethics of civil disobedience in our warming world
Chairperson(s): Piedad Martin-Olmedo (EUPHA-HIA), Brigit Toebes (Netherlands)

Jutta Lindert (EUPHA-PMH)

David Patterson (Netherlands)

Farhang Tahzib (EUPHA-ETH)

Wed 13th
17:20-17:45
X. Pecha Kucha WHO Regional Office for Europe 4.X.2. - How can public health leaders and stakeholders best advance the One Health approach?
Chairperson(s): Emilia Aragon De Leon (WHO EURO), Kasia Czabanowska (ASPHER)

Simona Seravesi (Denmark)

Issam Alsamara (Netherlands)

Evelyne de Leeuw (Australia)

Mary Codd (Ireland)

Timo Clemens (Netherlands)

Wed 13th
17:20-17:45
Y. Pecha Kucha Chair of Public Health and Health Services Research, Institute for Medical Information Processing, Biometry, and Epidemiology, Ludwig Maximilian University 4.Y.2. - Scientific session: Building inclusive risk communication, community engagement and infodemic management strategies
Chairperson(s): Zeliha Öcek (Germany), Dilek Aslan (Türkiye)

Addressing vulnerable groups in (public) health and humanitarian crises using RCCE-IM strategies
Dilek Aslan (Türkiye)

Improving RCCE-IM for LGBTQ+ migrants: Lessons learned from COVID-19 Pandemic
Jorge Gato (Portugal)

Risk communication with asylum-seekers: Insights from the COVID-19 Pandemic experience in Munich
Zeliha Öcek (Germany)

Risk communication with migrants: Lessons learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic experience in Malmö
Pia Svensson (Sweden)


Poster walks - Wednesday 13th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 13th
16:45-17:45
4.R. - Poster walk: Public health economics
4.R.1 - Cost per kilogram weight-lost - Lifestyle change program at the Public Health Institute in Croatia
Jasmina Kovačević (Croatia)

4.R.2 - Consumer Preferences for Health Services Offered by Health Insurance Companies in Germany
Raphael Schilling (Germany)

4.R.4 - Cost-effectiveness of respiratory syncytial virus adjuvanted vaccine in Portuguese aged ≥ 60 years
Lefteris Zarkadoulas (Belgium)

4.R.5 - Health & wealth: targeted hygiene reduces the health economic burden of workplace infections
Shweta Malik (United Kingdom)

4.R.6 - Decision-analytic modelling of costs & benefits of adding sigmoidoscopy to CRC screening in Germany
Kathrin Krueger (Germany)

4.R.8 - Institutional pay-for-performance: reviewing normative considerations
Roshni Jegan (Belgium)

4.R.9 - Factors Associated with Unmet Supportive Needs in Adult Cancer Survivors in South Korea
Dal-Lae Jin (Korea, South)

4.R.10 - 'Development of a tool for assessing the performance of long-term care systems in care transitions'
Estera Wieczorek (Poland)

4.R.11 - Unequal cannabis use among European adolescents: the mediating role of perceived access and risk
Julian Perelman (Portugal)

4.R.12 - Association of total sitting time per day with healthcare costs at midlife
Sanaz Akhavan Rad (Finland)

4.R.13 - New evidence on household financial protection against out-of-pocket payments for health in Poland
Marzena Tambor (Poland)

4.R.14 - Geographical variation in prostate cancer testing explained by socio-economic position in Stockholm
Balram Rai (Sweden)

Wed 13th
16:45-17:45
4.S. - Poster walk: Migrant and ethnic minority health
4.S.1 - Health selection in three cohorts of outmigrants, return migrants and non-migrants
Marcelo Urquia (Canada)

4.S.2 - Incidence, risk profiles, and diagnosis time of Hepatitis B in migrant populations: a cohort study
Farah Seedat (United Kingdom)

4.S.3 - Polish midwives’ experiences of providing maternity care to Ukrainian women in Poland
Ilona Nenko (Poland)

4.S.4 - Uptake of cervical screening and acceptability of HPV self-sampling in Irish Traveller women
Patricia Fitzpatrick (Ireland)

4.S.5 - Patients' experiences of racism in German inpatient healthcare
Regina Brunnett (Germany)

4.S.6 - Can health communication improve newly settled refugees’ health literacy? A quasi-experimental study
Maissa Al-Adhami (Sweden)

4.S.7 - Cultural filters in processing information on COVID vaccines among minoritized groups in London, UK
Tahreem Chaudhry (United Kingdom)

4.S.8 - Factors influencing protective gear use in crisis-affected Afghanistan during COVID-19
Jung-Won Lee (Korea, South)

4.S.9 - Vaccine-preventable diseases in migrants to Europe: a systematic review
Beatriz Morais (United Kingdom)

4.S.10 - Comparison of perinatal hospital services of women living in Roma settlements in Slovenia
Tatjana Krajnc Nikolic (Slovenia)

4.S.11 - Educational and employment for adults with a history of migration and foster care in Finland
Maili Malin (Finland)

4.S.12 - Prepregnancy and post-partum contraception according to migration, a nationwide study in France
Elie Azria (France)

4.S.13 - Prevalence of Mental health and Receipt of Services in Latino Immigrants Living in Philadelphia
Brigitte Guariglia (United States)

4.S.15 - Diagnoses of mental health disorders among Norwegian youth and young adults with immigrant parents
Naima Said Sheikh (Norway)

4.S.16 - Co-creating stigma-prevention strategies for mental health interventions with migrant populations
Raquel Mara Teixeira (Portugal)


Plenary session - Wednesday 13th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Wed 13th
18:00-19:00
EUPHA, ASPHER PL2 - Plenary 2: Global health

Workshops - Thursday 14th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 14th
9:00-10:00
A. Innovating Public Health: From Research to Action and Policy Department of Public Health, Aarhus University & School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University 5.A. - Scientific session: From theory to action - Applying the Medical Research Council framework on complex interventions
Chairperson(s): Rhiannon Evans (Denmark), Helle Terkildsen Maindal (Denmark)

Mothers to Babies & Art of Creation: Canadian stakeholder engagement during intervention development
Luseadra McKerracher (Denmark)

Fidelity of the Face-it health promotion intervention for women with recent gestational diabetes
Nanna Husted Jensen (Denmark)

The role of the organisational context in the implementation of a complex mental health intervention
Amanda Nikolajew Rasmussen (Denmark)

A Process Evaluation in a Randomized Controlled Trial among Adults with Acetabular Dysplasia
Julie Sandell Jacobsen (Denmark)

Thu 14th
9:00-10:00
B. Revolutionizing Public Health and Healthcare: AI and Digital Health EUPHA Health Literacy Section, EUPHA Health Promotion Section, EUPHA Digital Health Section, EUPHA Ethics in public health, EUPHA Foresight, EUPHA Global Health, IUHPE Working Group on Health Literacy, TUM WHO Collaborating Centre for Health Literacy, TU 5.B. - Round table: Improving digital health literacy in the era of generative artificial intelligence
Chairperson(s): Don Nutbeam (Australia), Orkan Okan (EUPHA-HL)

Catherine Jenkins (United Kingdom)

Diane Levin-Zamir (Israel)

Christopher Le (Norway)

Miguel TELO DE arriaga (Portugal)

Thu 14th
9:00-10:00
C. Health Beyond Borders: Global Health Challenges and Sustainable Solutions 5.C. - Oral presentations: Ferenc Bojan Young Investigators Award
Chairperson(s): Iveta Nagyova (EUPHA), Julian Mamo (EUPHA-CHR)

Development of the Unbiased Disease Network Using Health Insurance Claims Big Data in South Korea
Kyungmin Lee (Korea, South)

Social disconnectedness and the rate of medical conditions: a Danish population-based cohort study
Lisbeth Mølgaard Laustsen (Denmark)

Eat-Lancet diet in childhood: influence on adolescent cardiovascular health | Generation XXI cohort
Beatriz Teixeira (Portugal)

Pandemic-related PTSD and associated risk factors in the general adult population in the Netherlands
Anouk van Duinkerken (Netherlands)

Victimization of sexual and gender minority youth in Europe: Variation by country structural stigma
Benjamin Smart (Sweden)

Work-related factors associated with workplace wellbeing in marginalized groups: a scoping review
Katja Kraljevic (United Kingdom)

Thu 14th
9:00-10:00
D. Equity in Health: Bridging Gaps to Universal Coverage EUPHA ENV, EUPHA LAW 5.D. - Scientific session: Climate Change and Inequalities: Addressing Intersections and Impacts
Chairperson(s): Marija Jevtic (EUPHA-ENV), Brigit Toebes (Netherlands)

Sex differences in mortality associated with heatwaves: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Ana-Catarina Pinho-Gomes (United Kingdom)

Legal perspectives on climate change and inequalities
David Patterson (Netherlands)

Can we adapt fairly? Systematic review of health equity implications of climate change in coastal communities in the UK
Grace Turner (United Kingdom)

Climate Change Impacts on Respiratory Health: Bridging Inequalities in Children and Adults
Vlatka Matkovic (Belgium)

Thu 14th
9:00-10:00
E. Environmental Health: Innovating Policies and Practices WHO Regions for Health Network (RHN) 5.E. - Round table: Crafting Policies for Health Promotion: evidence from local settings
Chairperson(s): Ana M Carriazo (Spain), Bettina Maria Menne (Italy)

Klara Dokova (Bulgaria)

Camilla Ihlebaek (Norway)

Jo Peden (United Kingdom)

Odile Mekel (EUPHA-HIA)

Liesbeth van Holten (Netherlands)

Thu 14th
9:00-10:00
G. Easing the Burden: Responding to the Threat of Chronic Diseases 5.G. - Pitch presentations: Dietary patterns and behaviours
Chairperson(s): Giuseppe Grosso (EUPHA-FN), Vincenza Gianfredi (Italy)

Mediterranean Diet, ultra-processed food consumption and semen quality in healthy young men
Licia Iacoviello (Italy)

Diet quality trajectories from infancy to age 18 and their association with diet quality at age 26
Saija Tarro (Finland)

Dietary Pattern Trajectories in French Adults Over Time (2014-2022): Role of Socioeconomic Factors.
Hafsa Toujgani (France)

Unlocking adolescent dietary behaviours: the causal role of social contexts
Maxim Dierckens (Belgium)

Development of rapid methods to monitor nutritional standards in sustainable healthy public catering
Giulio Barocco (Italy)

The updated nutrient profile underlying the Nutri-Score label and adult weight gain: A cohort study
Barthelemy Sarda (France)

Child-targeted foods in the Portuguese market 2024: Nutritional characteristics and claims
Roberto Brazão (Portugal)

Predicting food consumption using contextual factors: An application of machine learning models
Nancy Tran (Australia)

Thu 14th
9:00-10:00
H. Transforming Health Systems: Strength, Resilience, Efficacy 5.H. - Oral presentations: Patient care and preparedness
Rehabilitation delivery models for ageing populations in primary care
Carla Sabariego (Switzerland)

Associations between general practice and outpatient care continuity in people with multimorbidity
Thomas Beaney (United Kingdom)

The state of primary health care systems in ten high-income countries
Evan Gumas (United States)

Preparedness and Public Health: an Italian Local Health Authority plan for a mass gathering in 2023
Lucia Lesa (Italy)

Emergency preparedness in healthcare systems: the “policy-effect” of COVID-19
Flavia Beccia (Italy)

Thu 14th
9:00-10:00
I. Tackling Infectious Diseases: Epidemiology, Vaccines, Preparedness EUPHA Public Health Epidemiology; EUPHA Ethics in Public Health; EUPHA Infectious Disease Control; EUPHA Health Technology Assessment; UK Faculty of Public Health 5.I. - Scientific session: Epidemiological insights into vaccine hesitancy in Europe: building bridges and overcoming barriers
Chairperson(s): Chiara de Waure (EUPHA-HTA), Farhang Tahzib (EUPHA-ETH)

Prevalence and sociodemographic correlates of COVID-19 vaccine acceptance in 20 European countries
Angelo Maria Pezzullo (EUPHA-EPI)

Don’t pass me by: Tackling vaccine hesitancy among migrants via the RIVER-EU project
Maria Gańczak (EUPHA-IDC)

The Scourge of measles
Samia Latif (United Kingdom)

Thu 14th
9:00-10:00
K. Empower and Educate: The Future of Health Literacy and Promotion Dublin City University 5.K. - Scientific session: Health literacy in Ireland: A participatory action approach with Sláintecare Healthy Communities
Chairperson(s): Hannah Goss (Ireland), Talent Nyamakope (Ireland)

Slaintécare Healthy Communities: Engaging with evidenced based best practice to promote health literacy in Ireland
Mairead Carney (Ireland)

Contemporary understanding of health literacy across the Island of Ireland.
Craig Smith (Ireland)

Creating opportunities for community voices to be heard
Maeve Murray (Ireland)

Co-designing health literacy actions: Connecting the dots to create meaningful impact
Stephen Behan (Ireland)

Thu 14th
9:00-10:00
L. Health Policies: Engaging in Public Debates and Decision-Making Berlin University of Technology and Escola Nacional de Saude Publica, Portugal 5.L. - Round table: Gaining or losing ground? Leveraging social innovation to improve abortion access in Europe
Chairperson(s): Liz Farsaci (Ireland), Astrid Eriksen (Germany)

Katherine Polin (Germany)

Miriam Blümel (Germany)

Catherine Conlon (Ireland)

Ines Fronteira (Portugal)

Adriana Lamačková (Switzerland)

Thu 14th
9:00-10:00
M. Mental Health Matters: Advancements in Public Mental Health 5.M. - Oral presentations: Addressing mental health
Longitudinal association between nonstandard work schedule and depressive symptoms
Chioma Nwaru (United Kingdom)

Using Machine Learning to identify the social determinants of the mid-life decline in mental health
Christoph Henking (United Kingdom)

Exploring the association between low birthweight and adolescent mental health in the United Kingdom
Ciara Carroll (Ireland)

Factors of mental health patients’ uptake in social prescribing: a mixed methods study in Portugal
Louíse Hoffmeister (Portugal)

Trends in the association between alcohol use and generalized anxiety in Finnish adolescents
Noora Berg (Finland)

Thu 14th
9:00-10:00
N. Caring for Our Next Generation: Equitable Health from Childhood to Adulthood 5.N. - Pitch presentations: Mother and child health
Birth registry-based cohort study of COVID-19 in pregnancy and adverse maternal outcomes in Georgia
Natia Skhvitaridze (Georgia)

Hypertension as an effect modifier for perinatal outcomes among migrant women in Belgium
Judith Racape (Belgium)

Vitamin D status and its determinants in pregnant women form the Faroe Islands
Anna Sofía Veyhe (Faroe Islands)

Understanding and monitoring vulnerability during pregnancy at population-level
Joyce Molenaar (Netherlands)

Non-genetic risk factors for preeclampsia: an updated umbrella review
Konstantinos Giannakou (Cyprus)

Associations between maternal origin, breastfeeding and health service use: a mediation analysis
Idil Muhumed (Finland)

Workers’ experiences of pregnancy loss: qualitative insights from a mixed-methods study
Sara Leitao (Ireland)

Thu 14th
9:00-10:00
O. Inclusive Health: Addressing the Needs of Migrants, LGBTI, and Minorities University of Copenhagen 5.O. - Scientific session: Exploring incidence and access to care for migrants and ethnic minorities with long-COVID
Chairperson(s): Marie Nørredam (Denmark), Charles Agyemang (Netherlands)

Experiences of access to care, diagnosis and rehabilitation among a multiethnic patient population with long-COVID in Denmark
Maria Goldschmidt (Denmark)

Risk of long COVID and associated symptoms after acute SARS-COV-2 infection in ethnic minorities: a Danish nationwide cohort study
George Mkoma (Denmark)

Differences in incidence, nature of symptoms, and duration of long COVID among hospitalised migrant and non-migrant patients in the Netherland: a retrospective cohort study
Felix Chilunga (Netherlands)

Risk of long COVID in migrants and the contribution of vaccinations, disease severity, social inequalities and preexisting health: A nationwide register study in Sweden.
Agneta Cederstrom (Sweden)

Thu 14th
9:00-10:00
P. Data-Driven: Assessments for Informed Policy-Making and Foresight 5.P. - Oral presentations: Understanding environmental, social and individual factors
Capturing the health and well-being impact of climate change: a health impact assessment in Wales
Liz Green (United Kingdom)

Cohort retention in a pandemic response study: Lessons from the SIREN study
Anna Howells (United Kingdom)

Assessing the contribution of smoking to the disease burden in Belgium, 2013-2020
Sarah Nayani (Belgium)

Metabolic syndrome prevalence has increased in Finland from 2000 to 2023
Tuija Jääskeläinen (Finland)

Impact of temperature and humidity on airway obstruction in a cohort of elderly women.
Ashtyn Areal (Germany)

Thu 14th
9:00-10:00
Q. Building Capacity: Learning and Ethics for the Health Workforce 5.Q. - Oral presentations: Capacity building and career development
Creating good career prospects for professionals in the infectious disease control in the Netherlands
Neelke Krijgsman (Netherlands)

Wellbeing, career satisfaction, and educational requirements in healthcare assistants in Ireland
Parnian Jalili (Ireland)

Methods for projecting health workforce planning in Ireland: a collaborative approach
Charlotte Myers (EUPHAnxt)

Decision support systems as supporters of clinical work: perspectives from physicians in Finland
Tarja Heponiemi (Finland)

Healthcare professionals and students’ knowledge on termination of pregnancy: A systematic review
Indra San Lázaro Campillo (Ireland)

Thu 14th
9:00-9:25
X. Pecha Kucha Sciensano, EUPHAnxt, EUPHA PHPP 5.X.1. - Co-designing for policy impact: Belgium's monitoring & evaluation framework for cancer care & control
Chairperson(s): Damir Ivankovic (Netherlands)

Gabrielle Schittecatte (Belgium)

Jinane Ghattas (EUPHAnxt)

Robbe Saesen (Belgium)

Thu 14th
9:00-9:25
Y. Pecha Kucha Migrant and Ethnic Minority Health Section 5.Y.1. - Refugees and mental health
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert (EUPHA-PMH), Sonia Dias (Portugal)

Depression, posttraumatic stress of migrants and refugees in Germany – a cross -sectional study
Felix Sisenop (Germany)

Mental health and resilience of students with a refugee background in Greece.RaRE project findings
Theoni Stathopoulou (Greece)

Migration and mental health: the case of postpartum depressive symptoms in Portugal
Henrique Barros (Portugal)

Refugee mental health - systematic review and meta-analysis
Pallavi Ch (Germany)

Thu 14th
9:35-10:00
X. Pecha Kucha department of Public Health, Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam, the Netherlands on behalf of the K-HEALTHinAIR consortium 5.X.2. - Scientific session: Improving indoor air quality: a public health challenge.
Chairperson(s): Amy van Grieken (Netherlands), Jose Fermoso (Spain)

Sources and determinants of exposure to indoor air pollutants in schools and hospitals: a review
Vânia Teófilo (Portugal)

Schools and Indoor Air Quality: seasonal variation.
Artur Badyda (Poland)

Indoor Air Quality and health of older people: a pilot study.
Amy van Grieken (Netherlands)

K-HEALTHinAIR Open Access Platform: exploring user-profiles.
Belen Costa Ruiz (Spain)

Thu 14th
9:35-10:00
Y. Pecha Kucha EUPHA-section: Public Mental Health 5.Y.2. - Alcohol intoxication among adolescents in Italy, Belgium and The Netherlands
Chairperson(s): Johan Bilsen (EUPHA-PMH), Guido Van Hal (Belgium)

Alcohol related emergencies among adolescents admitted in a referral acute-care center for adults in Genoa, northwest Italy
Allegra Ferrari (Italy)

Characteristics of adolescents with acute alcohol intoxication in Belgium.
Hanna van Roozendaal (Belgium)

Characteristics of adolescents with acute alcohol intoxication accessing emergency care in The Netherlands
Louise Pigeaud (Netherlands)

Differences and similarities in adolescents accessing emergency care for acute alcohol intoxication in three urban regions in Italy, Belgium, and The Netherlands
Guido Van Hal (Belgium)


Poster walks - Thursday 14th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 14th
9:00-10:00
5.R. - Poster walk: Achieving universal health coverage: reducing health inequity
5.R.1 - Long-term health conditions prevalence among EMRO-born and Australian-born population of Australia
Davoud Pourmarzi (Australia)

5.R.2 - Socioeconomic inequalities in cervical cancer screening in sub-Saharan Africa:Decomposition analysis
Florence Gyembuzie Wongnaah (Ghana)

5.R.3 - Inequalities in Primary Care Provision in Gwangju Metropolitan City, South Korea
Yerin Choi (Korea, South)

5.R.4 - Gender stereotypes in Ukrainian healthcare: results of the mixed methods study.
Mariia Samko (Portugal)

5.R.5 - Institutionalising guideline development in a new universal healthcare system: a study in Cyprus
Ourania Kolokotroni (Cyprus)

5.R.6 - In at the Deep End: Innovative approaches to engaging underserved communities in Northern England
Jayne Jeffries (United Kingdom)

5.R.7 - Social prescribers’ referral processes and decision-making about healthy eating and physical activity
Leone Craig (United Kingdom)

5.R.8 - Changes in anxiety among youth with and without disabilities before, during and after the pandemic
Sinna Lehtola (Finland)

5.R.9 - The effect of childhood family endowment on health inequality of middle-aged and elderly adults
Zongpu Yue (United Kingdom)

5.R.12 - Inequities in unmet oral care needs after a Swedish subsidization reform: An intersectional analysis
Cynthia Anticona (Sweden)

5.R.13 - Unmet health needs during COVID-19 pandemic in Serbia
Milena Jakovljevic (Serbia)

5.R.15 - Dis-continuity in Continuity-of-Care: a pathway for more equal access to mental health care services?
Viola Burau (Denmark)

5.R.16 - Intersectional inequalities in child social-emotional health: a case for proportionate universalism
Anneli Ivarsson (Sweden)

Thu 14th
9:00-10:00
5.S. - Poster walk: Public mental health
5.S.1 - Work- & family-related stress & the risk of hazardous alcohol use: role of sex and social support
Ridwanul Amin (Sweden)

5.S.2 - Depressiveness in German higher education students – a systematic review and meta-analysis
Eileen Heumann (Germany)

5.S.3 - Gender and Education Differences in Mental Health in Belgium: a Bayesian Age-Period-Cohort Analysis
Pierre Smith (Belgium)

5.S.4 - Long-term mental health impairments in survivors of critical illness
Marion Egger (Germany)

5.S.5 - Exploring anxiety and depression trends: insights from the BELHEALTH cohort 2022-2024 in Belgium
Camille Duveau (Belgium)

5.S.6 - Cross-cultural validity of the Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale in three European populations
Prateek Yadav (United Kingdom)

5.S.7 - Improving the rights of people with mental disorders in the Republic of Croatia
Danijela Štimac Grbić (Croatia)

5.S.8 - Buildings as reflectors of societal values: what features of psychiatric wards reveal about stigma
Evangelia Chrysikou (EUPHA-URB)

5.S.9 - Mental health problems identified in early school age and later mental health problems and disorders
Sofie Pant (Denmark)

5.S.10 - Tackling social disconnection: An umbrella review of RCT-based loneliness interventions
Thomas Hansen (Norway)

5.S.11 - Depression and its risk factors in a conflict-affected population: findings from a nationwide survey
Lusine Musheghyan (Armenia)

5.S.12 - Mental health disorders in medical students during COVID-19 pandemic: multicenter survey in Tanzania
Deogratius Bintabara (Tanzania)

5.S.13 - Mental health promotion research in co-creation: Lessons from a multisite study in six countries
Cláudia De Freitas (Portugal)

5.S.14 - Measuring social environment factors of depressed inpatients: A cross-sectional study
Petra Schoenweger (Germany)

5.S.15 - Association between mental and physical health with poly-substance use among adults in 33 U.S. states
Michael Phillips (United States)

5.S.16 - Family: cornerstone for young people to be victims of violence in the university stage
Josue Eli Villegas Dominguez (Mexico)


Plenary session - Thursday 14th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 14th
10:30-11:30
EuroHealthNet PL3 - Plenary 3: Tackle health inequalities in times of crisis
Thu 14th
11:45-12:45
A. Innovating Public Health: From Research to Action and Policy WHO Regional Office for Europe, EUPHA-European Public Health Association 6.A. - Round table: Building a Public Health Innovation Ecosystem in the WHO European Region
Chairperson(s): Iveta Nagyova (EUPHA), Moredreck Chibi (Denmark)

Panelist 01
Götz Gottschalk (Germany)

Panelist 02
Phillippe Menu (Switzerland)

Panelist 03
Els Torreele (Switzerland)

Panelist 04
Andrew Nerlinger (Switzerland)

Panelist 05
Susan Michie (United Kingdom)

Thu 14th
11:45-12:45
B. Revolutionizing Public Health and Healthcare: AI and Digital Health 6.B. - Oral presentations: Digital health in practice
Envisioning telemedicine in the EU health systems: Insights from policy experts and cancer patients
Tugce Schmitt (Belgium)

Machine-learning based prediction for high health care utilizers using a multi-institution registry
Joshua Kuan Tan (Singapore)

A CDSS based Integrated Pathway for Influenza Vaccination Across Primary and Secondary Care
Maria Lucia Specchia (Italy)

Machine Learning techniques for predicting inpatient probability and LOS from EU Injury Database
Alessio Pitidis (Italy)

Predictive machine learning algorithms for metabolic syndrome among Tunisian adults
Mariem Zribi (Tunisia)

Thu 14th
11:45-12:45
C. Health Beyond Borders: Global Health Challenges and Sustainable Solutions ECDC Fellowship Programme, Field Epidemiology path (EPIET), public health microbiology (EUPHEM), European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), Stockholm, Sweden; Mediterranean and Black Sea Programme for Intervention Epidemiology Training (M 6.C. - Scientific session: Strengthen resilience against emerging vector-borne diseases through the ECDC Fellowship Programmes
Chairperson(s): Sara Mazzilli (France), Sebastian von Schreeb (Portugal)

Building Resilience: Strengthening European public health workforce through ECDC Fellowship Programs
Kostas Danis (Sweden)

Rapid response Task Force: addressing the detection of Aedes albopictus in Lisbon, Portugal
Berta Grau-Pujol (Portugal)

Serbia multidisciplinary approach for surveillance and risk identification – The “One Health” information for action
Petar Djuric (Serbia)

Comparing Aedes-borne disease surveillance systems in Southern Europe: France, Italy and Portugal
Emmanouil Alexandros Fotakis (Italy)

Thu 14th
11:45-12:45
D. Equity in Health: Bridging Gaps to Universal Coverage Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein | Albert Einstein Center for Studies, Research and Practice in PHC (CEPPAR) 6.D. - Skills building seminar: Family Vulnerability Scale: Why and how to use at Primary Health Care to promote health equity?
Chairperson(s): Ilana Eshriqui (Brazil), Lorrayne Belotti (Brazil)

Family Vulnerability: From concept to a scale validity and application
Ilana Eshriqui (Brazil)

Role Play: Practicing EVFAM-BR
Ana Alice de Sousa (Brazil)

EVFAM-BR: Sharing experiences and closure
Ilana Eshriqui (Brazil)

Thu 14th
11:45-12:45
E. Environmental Health: Innovating Policies and Practices European Environment Agency 6.E. - Practice session: Using European environmental data in public health: datasets and applications
Chairperson(s): Gerardo Sanchez Martinez (Denmark)

Environmental and health databases used together for boosting a One Health approach
Susana Viegas (Portugal)

EEA data streams of public health relevance: the examples of air pollution, environmental noise and industrial emissions
Sune Djurhuus (Denmark)

Using EEA environment and health data to communicate with the public: the European Environment and Health Atlas
Gerardo Sanchez Martinez (Denmark)

Using EEA data to calculate health impacts of air pollution via the AirQ+ model: a practical example
Pierpaolo Mudu (Germany)

Thu 14th
11:45-12:45
F. Fostering our habitat: Climate Emergency, Urban Health UK Health Security Agency (UK), National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (Netherlands), Robert Koch Institute (Germany), European Environment Agency 6.F. - Scientific session: Understanding the impact of climate change on health: the latest reports from EEA and NPHIs
Chairperson(s): Lisbeth Hall (Netherlands), Svenja Matusall (Germany)

From the first European Climate Risk Assessment to action in policy and practice
Aleksandra Kazmierczak (Denmark)

Health Effects of Climate Change in the UK report 2023
Raquel Duarte-Davidson (United Kingdom)

The German Status Report on Climate Change and Health 2023
Kirsten Kelleher (Germany)

Assessing the current health effects of climate change in the Netherlands
Lisbeth Hall (Netherlands)

Thu 14th
11:45-12:45
G. Easing the Burden: Responding to the Threat of Chronic Diseases European Burden of Disease Network, EUPHA Section “Chronic diseases”, EUPHA Section “Public health monitoring and reporting” 6.G. - Scientific session: The importance of using country-specific severity distributions in burden of disease indicators
Chairperson(s): Elena von der Lippe (Germany), Hanna Tolonen (EUPHA-PHMR)

Establishing disease models for the Belgian national burden of disease study: challenges and perspectives
Sarah Nayani (Belgium)

Developing survey instruments for low back and neck pain to improve disease severity estimates for burden of disease assessment
Grant Wyper (United Kingdom)

Exploring changes in the distribution of health status in type 2 diabetes over time - methodological aspects for estimating years lost due to disability for Germany
Michael Porst (Germany)

Methodological insights into severity distribution of non-fatal cancer burden in Belgium using a microsimulation model (2004-2019)
Robby De Pauw (Belgium)

Thu 14th
11:45-12:45
H. Transforming Health Systems: Strength, Resilience, Efficacy PaRIS Consortium, Section on Health Services Research of EUPHA 6.H. - Round table: Harnessing Patient-Reported Data for Health Innovation: Insights from the OECD PaRIS Initiative
Chairperson(s): Johan Hansen (EUPHA-HSR), Mieke Rijken (Netherlands)

Patient-Reported Indicator Surveys (PaRIS): measuring patient reported experiences and outcomes across populations and health systems.
Ian Porter (United Kingdom)

Patient-Reported Indicator Surveys (PaRIS): making the case for co-development and adaptation to national contexts
Candan Kendir (Netherlands)

From Data to Decisions: Analyzing PaRIS for Health Policy Insights
Peter Groenewegen (Netherlands)

Thu 14th
11:45-12:45
I. Tackling Infectious Diseases: Epidemiology, Vaccines, Preparedness ECDC Fellowship Programme, Field Epidemiology path (EPIET) and public health microbiology (EUPHEM), European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), Stockholm, Sweden 6.I. - Round table: Strengthening preparedness for public health emergencies: lessons learned and future perspectives
Chairperson(s): Sara Mazzilli (France), Ebba Rosendal (Portugal)

The EU Health Task Force, supporting preparedness and response in the European Union and globally
Adriana Romani Vidal (Sweden)

The European Mobile Laboratory: key insights from a decade of outbreak response
Emily Nelson (Germany)

Training for outbreak response through the Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network
Basel Karo (Germany)

Thu 14th
11:45-12:45
K. Empower and Educate: The Future of Health Literacy and Promotion 6.K. - Pitch presentations: Health literacy across generations
Digital health literacy of adults with low reading and writing skills: A mixed-methods study
Saskia Muellmann (Germany)

Health literacy from the perspectives of children and adolescents - a meta-ethnography
Isolde Sommer (Austria)

Enhance physical, mental and academic wellbeing of pupils in Germany through digital health literacy
Denise Renninger (Germany)

Health literacy in pregnant women facing prenatal screening: a short report from “SaperePer” project.
Valeria Bellisario (Italy)

Limited critical and communicative health literacy is related to poorer health among older adults
Pia Svensson (Sweden)

Using PPI and UDL principles to design a gastrointestinal endoscopy patient information video series
Sean Fennessy (Ireland)

Does School Education Improve Children's Health Literacy? Evidence from a Performance-Based Survey
Raffael Heiss (Austria)

Thu 14th
11:45-12:45
L. Health Policies: Engaging in Public Debates and Decision-Making 6.L. - Pitch presentations: Health policy evaluations
Policies and programs on children’s health promotion in the EU in the context of the JA Health4EUKids
Angela Giusti (Italy)

Building a 'public health playbook' against corporate power: learning from advocates in Argentina
Simone Wahnschafft (Germany)

Socio-technical integration in a COVID-19 project in Germany for enhanced health governance capacity
Lahari Yaddanapudi (Germany)

'Health in all policies”: effect on health outcomes and collaboration among welfare actors
Treisy Malory Villegas Gomez (Sweden)

Why is regulation of the online world urgently needed to protect children’s wellbeing?
Louise Signal (New Zealand)

The Impact of Portuguese Community Pharmacies on Influenza Vaccination Accessibility and Coverage
Sónia Romano (Portugal)

Exercise interventions for Long COVID: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials
Cillian McDowell (Ireland)

Effects of legal age change on adolescents’ perception of access to alcohol in Portugal
Daniela Lima (Portugal)

Thu 14th
11:45-12:45
M. Mental Health Matters: Advancements in Public Mental Health Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 6.M. - Scientific session: Risk And Resilience Factors Of Mental Health During COVID: European Multi-country Data Findings.
Chairperson(s): Anke B Witteveen (Netherlands)

Forecasting Psychological Distress Across Waves Of The COVID-19 Pandemic: A Multi-country Longitudinal Study.
Anke B Witteveen (Netherlands)

Socioeconomic And Mental Health Challenges: Lessons From The COVID-19 Era
Aurélia Roversi (France)

Psychological Distress Changes During COVID-19: A Belgian Cohort Study On Psychosocial Factors.
Camille Duveau (Belgium)

SARS-CoV-2 Infection And COVID-19 Outcomes Among Mental Disorders: A Register-based Study in Catalonia
Iago Giné-Vázquez (Spain)

Stress Resilience And Resilience Factors Across 9 European Samples During The COVID-19 Pandemic.
Papoula Petri-Romão (Germany)

Thu 14th
11:45-12:45
N. Caring for Our Next Generation: Equitable Health from Childhood to Adulthood 6.N. - Pitch presentations: Adolescent health
The association between electronic media use and quality of life (QoL) in Norwegian adolescents
Annette Løvheim Kleppang (Norway)

Active travel, physical activity, screens and social media use among Israeli adolescents
Sharon Levi (Israel)

Adolescents witnessing family violence and its association with socio-economic factors.
Sanna Tiikkaja (Sweden)

Impact of loneliness and social support on leisure physical activity in adolescents in Luxembourg
Joana Lopes Ferreira (Luxembourg)

Adverse Childhood Experiences and Appetitive Traits in Adolescence
Alexandra Costa (Portugal)

Association of healthy lifestyle on overweight and obesity among adolescents in Luxembourg
Felipe G Mendes (Luxembourg)

Tradition to Concern: Health Risks and Nicotine Dependence of Midwakh Use in Young Males in the UAE
Basema Saddik (United Arab Emirates)

Early life social predictors of longitudinal relations between childhood BMI and overeating
Anna Bartoskova Polcrova (Czechia)

Thu 14th
11:45-12:45
O. Inclusive Health: Addressing the Needs of Migrants, LGBTI, and Minorities EUPHA-SGMH, EUPHA-GH 6.O. - Scientific session: The unmet needs of LGBTQ+ persons and communities: perspectives from across the globe
Chairperson(s): Kristefer Stojanovski (United States), Elena Petelos (EUPHA-HTA, EUPHA-GH)

Mental health symptoms and treatment for common mental disorders among sexual minority immigrants in Sweden – a national population-based study
Andreas Malm (Sweden)

Stressors and symptoms explaining sexual orientation inequalities in mental health services usage: A longitudinal study with young adults
Luis Roxo (Sweden)

Investigating the Mental Health Outcomes and Treatment Gap Among Sexual Minorities in Czechia: A National Cross-Sectional Study
Michal Pitonak (Czechia)

‘We do not include tests and treatment for those [STI] conditions’: the trouble in navigating access and care for STIs among gay, bisexual men and transgender and other MSM in Kenya and Rwanda.
Emmy Kageha Igonya (Kenya)

Thu 14th
11:45-12:45
P. Data-Driven: Assessments for Informed Policy-Making and Foresight EUPHA-HIA section, EUPHA-FS section; EUPHA-ECO section, EUPHA-PHPP section, University of Bath and RVIM. 6.P. - Scientific session: Economic evaluation of health impacts for better decision choices
Chairperson(s): Piedad Martin-Olmedo (EUPHA-HIA), Henk Hilderink (EUPHA-FS)

Cost-benefit analysis: just a step in the HIA process
João Vasco Santos (EUPHA-ECO)

Social Cost Benefit Analysis – a powerful tool for decision making
Ardine De Wit (Netherlands)

Informing healthy urban policy making through quantitative health impact appraisal – a co-designed approach
Alistair Hunt (United Kingdom)

Odile Mekel (EUPHA-HIA)

Thu 14th
11:45-12:45
Q. Building Capacity: Learning and Ethics for the Health Workforce EUPHA-HWR, EUPHA Ethics in Public Health, EUPHA-MIG, WHO Collaborating Center for Health Workforce Policies and Planning, UK Faculty of Public Health, Public Health Ethics and Law Network 6.Q. - Round table: Artificial Intelligence in healthcare: navigating ethically with equity and workforce empowerment
Chairperson(s): Abi Sriharan (Canada), Ellen Kuhlmann (EUPHA-HWR)

Abi Sriharan (Canada)

Kasia Czabanowska (ASPHER)

Bernadette Kumar (EUPHA-MIG)

Marius-Ionuț Ungureanu (Romania)

Farhang Tahzib (EUPHA-ETH)

Thu 14th
11:45-12:10
X. Pecha Kucha Santé publique France and Western University, Canada 6.X.1. - Scientific session: Disentangling Long-COVID: prevalence, risk factors and impact
Chairperson(s): Tatjana Makovski (France), Saverio Stranges (EUPHA-CHR)

Difference in long COVID prevalence due to different definitions and long COVID related risk factors
Tatjana Makovski (France)

Long COVID prevalence differences across 27 European countries that participated in the 2021 Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe
Sarah Cuschieri (Malta)

Long Covid autonomic syndrome and his impact on workability: results of observational prospective study and 1-year FU in patients admitted to hospital with COVID19
Franca Barbic (Italy)

Thu 14th
11:45-12:10
Y. Pecha Kucha European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies & EU Expert Group on Health Systems Performance Assessment 6.Y.1. - Scientific session: Defining, measuring, and reducing low-value care in Europe - proposing a new definition and framework
Chairperson(s): Dimitra Panteli (Belgium), Kenneth Grech (Malta)

Defining, measuring, and reducing low-value care – proposing a new comprehensive definition and framework
Katharina Achstetter (Germany)

Reinhard Busse (Germany)

Isabel de La Mata (European Commission - DG Sante)

Pacal Meeus (Belgium)

Ingrid Schmidt (Sweden)

Thu 14th
12:20-12:45
X. Pecha Kucha EUPHA ENV 6.X.2. - Scientific session: Food Insecurity in Europe: Voices from Austria, Germany and the Netherlands
Chairperson(s): Christina Lampl (Austria), Anja Simmet (Germany)

Food poverty as a barrier for a healthy and climate-friendly nutrition in Austria
Christina Lampl (Austria)

Food insecurity among food banks users during the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany – what have we learnt and what should we do?
Anja Simmet (Germany)

Needs and perceptions regarding healthy eating among people at risk of food insecurity in the Netherlands
Laura van der Velde (Netherlands)

Thu 14th
12:20-12:45
Y. Pecha Kucha The Commonwealth Fund 6.Y.2. - Scientific session: AI and health care: what are the capabilities and limitations?
Chairperson(s): Evan Gumas (United States), Reginald Williams (United States)

Evidence for AI in healthcare
Saira Ghafur (United Kingdom)

Challenges to implementing AI in health care
Benedikt Simon (Germany)


Poster walks - Thursday 14th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 14th
11:45-12:45
6.R. - Poster walk: Epidemiology
6.R.1 - Effect of CKD-EPI 2009 and CKD-EPI 2021 equation on eGFR
Sang-Yong Shin (Korea, South)

6.R.2 - Disability during the last ten years of life: Evidence from a register-based study in Austria
Erwin Stolz (Austria)

6.R.3 - A longitudinal study of the impacts of area-level social cohesion on multimorbidity in Scotland
Chunyu Zheng (United Kingdom)

6.R.4 - Introduction of wastewater surveillance of SARS-CoV-2 in Ukraine
Roman Rodyna (Ukraine)

6.R.5 - Food additive preservatives and antioxidants and risk of type 2 diabetes - NutriNet-Santé cohort
Anaïs Hasenböhler (France)

6.R.6 - Childhood-to-adulthood body size trajectory and cancer risk: a prospective cohort study
Marko Mandic (Germany)

6.R.7 - Risk Profiles of Avoidable and Unavoidable Hospitalizations: a Swedish population-based study
Susanna Gentili (Sweden)

6.R.8 - The effect of Covid deaths on premature mortality trends in Northern Dimension partnership countries
Pekka Jousilahti (Finland)

6.R.9 - The health of older caregivers in Spain: a matter of age or a matter of care?
Amaya Bernal-Alonso (Spain)

6.R.10 - Night shift work increases the risk of irritable bowel syndrome, which is mediated by inflammation.
Yuxin Yao (China)

6.R.11 - Mortality related to different circulatory diseases: a multiple causes of death analysis, 2008-2022
Ugo Fedeli (Italy)

6.R.12 - Surveillance of long COVID symptoms in Tuscany, Italy: a cross-sectional study
Mario Bruschi (Italy)

6.R.13 - The effects of hypothetical psychological interventions on alcohol use in European young adults
Stefanie Do (Germany)

6.R.14 - The long-term cardiometabolic effects of ambient ozone pollution in China
Li Yang (China)

6.R.15 - Association between all-cause mortality and diabetic avoidable hospitalization among older patients
Woo-Ri Lee (Korea, South)

6.R.16 - Association of CETP gene polymorphisms and haplotypes with acute heart rate response to exercise
Péter Pikó (EUPHA-PHG)

Thu 14th
11:45-12:45
6.S. - Poster walk: Chronic diseases and NCDs
6.S.1 - Association of Altitude with Mortality among Patients with Hypertension- A Cohort Study
Lin Duo (China)

6.S.2 - Impact of Covid19 on chronic respiratory diseases
Raffaele Iannaccone (Italy)

6.S.3 - Quantifying Cardiovascular Disease Burden and Quality of Care Index across Four Visegrád Countries
Mohammed Merzah (Hungary)

6.S.4 - Diabetes among people with intellectual disabilities vs the general population: a register study
Emilie Stroh (Sweden)

6.S.5 - Towards more effective health monitoring: a comparison of different data sources
Lilli Huhtala-Hedman (Finland)

6.S.6 - Family function, psychological distress and burden in informal caregivers of people with dementia
Marta Nemcikova (Slovakia)

6.S.7 - Serum homocysteine levels and mortality: a cohort study
Sujeong Shin (Korea, South)

6.S.8 - Cadmium exposure and hypertension: a systematic review and a dose-response meta-analysis
Vincenzo Giuliano (Italy)

6.S.9 - Patient referral pathways to leisure providers: impacts on physical activity and falls risk
Charlotte Cuddihy (United Kingdom)

6.S.10 - Joint effect of tobacco and meat on cardiovascular disease and treatment adherence in Indian Women
Jannatul Ferdous (Korea, South)

6.S.11 - Patterns of overeating in middle-aged Chinese from Hong Kong
Jean Kim (China)

6.S.12 - Frailty and related factors among community-dwelling older adults in Türkiye
Si̇bel Sert (Türkiye)

6.S.13 - Gene Expression Changes in CAD Patients Due to Smoking Using Matched Samples
Mohammed Merzah (Hungary)

6.S.14 - Intersecting Pathways: Understanding Dementia, Hearing Loss, and Health Disparities
Donata Stonkute (Germany)

6.S.15 - Polypharmacy and associated factors in the older population in Germany: Results Gesundheit 65+ study
Giselle Sarganas (Germany)

6.S.16 - Prevalence and Correlates of Cannabis Use among Cancer Survivors
Sangeeta Gupta (United States)


Plenary session - Thursday 14th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 14th
14:00-15:00
EHMA PL4 - Plenary 4: Social marketing in public health
Thu 14th
15:15-16:15
A. Innovating Public Health: From Research to Action and Policy EUPHA, WHO/Euro 7.A. - Skills building seminar: Is Behavioural Science Relevant for Public Health? A Quintuple Helix Lens
Chairperson(s): Iveta Nagyova (EUPHA), Susan Michie (United Kingdom)

Panellists
Susan Michie (United Kingdom)

Simon Bacon (Canada)

Kim Lavoie (Canada)

Tiina Likki (Denmark)

Stefano Capolongo (EUPHA-URB)

Thu 14th
15:15-16:15
B. Revolutionizing Public Health and Healthcare: AI and Digital Health 7.B. - Pitch presentations: Applying AI and Machine Learning
Leveraging ChatGPT for systematic reviews: how accurate is it for screening by title and abstract?
Antonio Sciurti (Italy)

eHealth profile and care coordination of primary care physicians
Stefano Tancredi (Switzerland)

Detecting Unrecognized Dementia Using Deep Learning Methods with Korean National Claims Data
Ji-Woong Nam (Korea, South)

Machine Learning powered Patient Records Analysis for Injury Monitoring in Children and Adolescents
Annina Zysset (Switzerland)

Preventing type 2 diabetes in Portugal: a novel person-centered digital intervention
Joana Alves (Portugal)

I am frail and my robot is stuck on the corridor: cohabitation of people with frailty and robots
Evangelia Chrysikou (EUPHA-URB)

Patients' and professionals' experiences with remote care during COVID-19: a qualitative study
Jelena Kollmann (Netherlands)

Monitoring event data extracted from online news for outbreak detection
Yannan Shen (Canada)

Thu 14th
15:15-16:15
C. Health Beyond Borders: Global Health Challenges and Sustainable Solutions Department of Health Promotion and Community Health at the American University of Beirut and the Global Commercial Determinants of Health Action Network (G-CAN) 7.C. - Scientific session: Commercial determinants of health: impeding attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals
Chairperson(s): Jihad Makhoul (Lebanon)

The firearms industry challenges progress on SDGs in the Middle East
Jihad Makhoul (Lebanon)

Greenwashing by the fossil fuel industry: impediments to SDGs
Nourhan Talhouk (Lebanon)

How Big Tobacco exploits the UN SDGs to advance its own goals
Rima Nakkash (United States)

The Food industry barrier to achieving the SDGs
Melissa Mialon (France)

Thu 14th
15:15-16:15
D. Equity in Health: Bridging Gaps to Universal Coverage Leibniz ScienceCampus Digital Public Health (LSC DiPH), Bremen, Germany 7.D. - Scientific session: Digital health divide in access, use, and effectiveness: Examples from three countries
Chairperson(s): Saskia Muellmann (Germany), Chungwan Lo (Germany)

Introduction to the digital health divide
Núria Pedrós Barnils (Germany)

Digital divide in access and use of digital health technologies: what do we know from Germany?
Saskia Muellmann (Germany)

Digital health divide in Indonesia: evidence from national-level data
Herfina Nababan (Germany)

Digital health divide and digital technologies for treating substance-related disorders in Argentina
Manuel Badino (Spain)

Thu 14th
15:15-16:15
E. Environmental Health: Innovating Policies and Practices 7.E. - Pitch presentations: Health hazards and impact on health
Noise inequalities and cardiovascular diseases in Bulgaria
Dima Tsanova (Bulgaria)

Radon Exposure Is Associated with Breast Cancer Risk: A Long-Term Population-Based Study from Finland
Peng Li (Germany)

Burden and economic impact of PM2.5 exposure on Acute Myocardial Infarction in Portugal, 2011-2021
Francisco Madeira (Portugal)

Urban Exposome and Health
Kinga Polanska (Poland)

Population health status and green urban areas: impact on health outcomes in two italian regions
Giulia Congedo (Italy)

Does the way workplace canteens are managed influence users’ plate waste?
Diana Menis (Italy)

Dietary trajectory profiles of French adults over time: Multicriteria analysis of sustainability
Hafsa Toujgani (France)

Ethically challenging situations in teachers’ work: role of school neighborhood socioeconomic status
Maarit Kauppi (Finland)

Thu 14th
15:15-16:15
F. Fostering our habitat: Climate Emergency, Urban Health Utrecht University 7.F. - Scientific session: Living lab Cartesius: multidisciplinary cooperation for health monitoring of an ‘urban blue zone’
Chairperson(s): Rosalie Hegeman (Netherlands)

the concept of Cartesius
Rosalie Hegeman (Netherlands)

Incorporating citizens in monitoring
Rosalie Hegeman (Netherlands)

WHO Europe Healthy Cities
Rosalie Hegeman (Netherlands)

Thu 14th
15:15-16:15
G. Easing the Burden: Responding to the Threat of Chronic Diseases JA PreventNCD, JACARDI and EUPHA-PHMR 7.G. - Round table: Primary prevention and management of NCDs – the added value of joint actions across Europe
Chairperson(s): Graziano Onder (Italy), Hanna Tolonen (EUPHA-PHMR)

Scaling up joint efforts to tackle cardiovascular diseases and diabetes in Europe
Benedetta Armocida (Italy)

Joining forces to accelerate cancer and NCD prevention in Europe
Knut-Inge Klepp (Norway)

Claudia Habl (Austria)

Ane Fullaondo (Spain)

Arnfinn Helleve (Norway)

Thu 14th
15:15-16:15
H. Transforming Health Systems: Strength, Resilience, Efficacy European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies 7.H. - Round table: Advancing societal goals through health systems: Insights from the Renewed HSPA Framework
Chairperson(s): Rachel Greenley (United Kingdom), Dheepa Rajan (Belgium)

Josep Figueras (European Observatory)

Scott Greer (United States)

Andrea Schmidt (Austria)

Natasha Azzopardi Muscat (WHO EURO)

Thu 14th
15:15-16:15
I. Tackling Infectious Diseases: Epidemiology, Vaccines, Preparedness EUPHAnxt; EUPHA-EPI; Sciensano 7.I. - Skills building seminar: Beyond the jargon: an interactive workshop for effective risk communication
Chairperson(s): Jinane Ghattas (EUPHAnxt), Angelo Maria Pezzullo (EUPHA-EPI)

Stefan Schaub (Germany)

Federica Rossetti (Belgium)

Stefan Adrian Voinea (Denmark)

Thu 14th
15:15-16:15
K. Empower and Educate: The Future of Health Literacy and Promotion EUPHA HL, EUPHA, EUPHA PHMR, WHO, WHO Collaborating Centre for Health Literacy, Technical University of Munich, Global Health Literacy Academy, Sciensano 7.K. - Round table: Approaching new public health frontiers: health literacy on a global level
Chairperson(s): Orkan Okan (EUPHA-HL), Nienke Schutte (Belgium)

Faten Ben Abdelaziz (Switzerland)

Anastasia Koylyu (Denmark)

Kristine Sørensen (Denmark)

Charlotte Marchandise (EUPHA)

Orkan Okan (EUPHA-HL)

Thu 14th
15:15-16:15
L. Health Policies: Engaging in Public Debates and Decision-Making European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies 7.L. - Practice session: Is there an investment case for health at older ages?
Chairperson(s): Jonathan Cylus ()

Population ageing and health financing: A method for forecasting two sides of the same coin
Gemma Williams (United Kingdom)

Health, an ageing labour force, and the economy: Does health moderate the relationship between population age-structure and economic growth?
Jonathan Cylus ()

The value of healthy ageing: Estimating the economic value of health at older ages using time use data
João Vasco Santos (EUPHA-ECO)

Thu 14th
15:15-16:15
M. Mental Health Matters: Advancements in Public Mental Health Manchester Institute of Education & DEFACTUM 7.M. - Round table: A new lens on loneliness: leveraging the built environment for social health
Chairperson(s): Nina Goldman (United Kingdom)

Nina Goldman (United Kingdom)

Mathias Lasgaard (Denmark)

Eric Schoenmakers (Netherlands)

Thu 14th
15:15-16:15
N. Caring for Our Next Generation: Equitable Health from Childhood to Adulthood EUPHA Child & Adolescent Public Health Section 7.N. - Round table: Social media & smartphones: Threats to child & adolescent health and public health solutions
Chairperson(s): Sonia Saxena (EUPHA-CAPH), Julia Dratva (Switzerland)

Introduction to round table panel discussion and audience quiz
John Gannon (Ireland)

Screen time and social media exposure in children and adolescents - the landscape
Cecília Elias (Portugal)

Ban on mobile phones in the classroom: first (positive) effects
Karin Boode (Netherlands)

Social media use in children and young adults: the Malta experience
Jean Calleja-Agius (Malta)

Summary of presentations and urgent call to action
Silja Kosola (Finland)

Thu 14th
15:15-16:15
O. Inclusive Health: Addressing the Needs of Migrants, LGBTI, and Minorities JACARDI, EUPHA-MIG 7.O. - Skills building seminar: Initiating change: Mainstreaming equity and diversity in public health
Chairperson(s): Bernadette Kumar (EUPHA-MIG)

Equity and diversity maturity matrix for structured diversity inclusion in the EU JACARDI project.
Natalia Skogberg (Finland)

Key requirements for achieving EU-wide programme change
Richard Osborne (Australia)

Thu 14th
15:15-16:15
P. Data-Driven: Assessments for Informed Policy-Making and Foresight European Burden of Disease Network; EUPHA-HIA 7.P. - Skills building seminar: Using health impact assessment for assessing tobacco control policies
Chairperson(s): Brecht Devleesschauwer (Belgium), Piedad Martin-Olmedo (EUPHA-HIA)

Calculating potential impact fractions to assess the impact of tobacco control policies
Ute Mons (Germany)

DYNAMO-HIA: A health impact assessment tool fit for quantifying tobacco control policy
Stefan Lhachimi (Germany)

Populating HIA of tobacco policies with empirical evidence on behavioral response to price increases
Ardine De Wit (Netherlands)

Mind the gap: from real-world policies to health impact assessment modelling
Sarah Croes (Belgium)

Thu 14th
15:15-16:15
Q. Building Capacity: Learning and Ethics for the Health Workforce WHO Regional Office for Europe/WHO Country Office in Ukraine 7.Q. - Round table: Developing public health workforce in the European Region. Cases of Ukraine, Georgia, and Azerbaijan
Chairperson(s): Emilia Aragon De Leon (WHO EURO), Kasia Czabanowska (ASPHER)

Nataliia Piven (Ukraine)

Elene Godziashvili (Georgia)

Halil ibrahim Durak (Azerbaijan)

Olga Aleksandrova (Ukraine)

Karolina Airapetian (Ukraine)

Thu 14th
15:15-15:40
X. Pecha Kucha European Burden of Disease Network, EUPHA Section “Chronic diseases”, EUPHA Section “Public health monitoring and reporting” 7.X.1. - Scientific session: Providing BoD estimates on a regional level – necessity in assessing health inequalities
Chairperson(s): Elena von der Lippe (Germany), Sarah Cuschieri (Malta)

Regional inequalities in years of life lost within the European Economic Area: Using the Gini coefficient and slope index of inequality to assess spatial disparities
Orsolya Varga (Hungary)

Addressing Regional Health Disparities: Estonia's Approach to Burden of Disease Studies
Maria Lepnurm (Estonia)

Burden of disease and socioeconomic deprivation in Germany – regional patterns and variations
Annelene Wengler (Germany)

All-cause Years of life lost due to death at municipality level in Norway. Association to educational attainment and median income
Carl Baravelli (Norway)

Thu 14th
15:15-15:40
Y. Pecha Kucha HeLiCA; EUPHA-HP; Institute of Sociology, University of Education, Freiburg, Germany; IPC of Coimbra 7.Y.1. - Scientific session: Health Literacy in a multi-modal world: innovation challenges
Chairperson(s): Luís Saboga-Nunes (EUPHA-HP), Sukran Peker (Türkiye)

Health coaching: the node of health literacy & health promotion
Floriane Silvestri (Portugal)

Health literacy & somatic education: a salutogenic self-resource critical health intervention
Juliana Bertani (Brazil)

Promoting mental health in higher education students: a pilot study
Luís Saboga-Nunes (EUPHA-HP)

Health Promotion and the case of social prescription of laughter
Paula Vital (Portugal)

Promoting health information and healthy behaviors: Results from a qualitative study
Sukran Peker (Türkiye)

Thu 14th
15:50-16:15
X. Pecha Kucha EUPHA sections PHPP, ENV, HSR, EUPHAnxt, EHMA and WHO Office for Europe, Division of Communicable Diseases, Environment and Health. 7.X.2. - Round table: Planetary Health: metaphorical visualizations of transdisciplinary working in practice
Chairperson(s): Marleen Bekker (EUPHA-PHPP), Marija Jevtic (EUPHA-ENV)

Planetary health as a paradigm shift towards health and well-being.
Marija Jevtic (EUPHA-ENV)

Community gardening: metaphorical reconstruction of transformative health governance.
Marleen Bekker (EUPHA-PHPP)

Applying a Planetary Health approach in the European urban context: Lessons from Preparing Traditional Lasagna.
Chiara Cadeddu (Netherlands)

Thu 14th
15:50-16:15
Y. Pecha Kucha ASPHER 7.Y.2. - Solidarity and public health teaching and practice in the age of new normal
Chairperson(s): Nadav Davidovitch (Israel), Robert Otok (ASPHER)

Farhang Tahzib (EUPHA-ETH)

Mary Codd (Ireland)

Alison Mc Callum (United Kingdom)

Hagai Boas (Israel)


Poster walks - Thursday 14th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 14th
15:15-16:15
7.R. - Poster walk: Epidemiology 2
7.R.1 - Establishing an event-based surveillance for emerging viral pathogens in Kerala, India
Raman Swathy Vaman (India)

7.R.2 - Unravelling COVID-19 social mortality patterns using conditional inference tree algorithm
Lisa Cavillot (Belgium)

7.R.3 - COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness and hybrid immunity in the respiratory season of 2022-23 in Hungary
Beatrix Oroszi (Hungary)

7.R.4 - Sex differences at different ages in 30-day survival of COVID-19 hospitalized patients in Israel
Avi Magid (Israel)

7.R.5 - Feta safe than sorry - gastroenteritis outbreak associated with contaminated cheese
Fiona McGuire (Ireland)

7.R.6 - Paediatric iGAS Morbidity and Mortality in Ireland 2022-2023 episodic upsurge.
Orla Cotter (Ireland)

7.R.7 - Intersectional inequality through economic difficulties and lifestyle on body mass index in Sweden
Antonio Moreno-Llamas (Spain)

7.R.8 - Using HIS administrative data for initial assessment of comorbid patients’ status (Covid-19 case)
Natalya Usheva (Bulgaria)

7.R.9 - A Groundbreaking Prevalence Survey Conducted in Mauritania for Enhanced Sickle Cell Control
Stephanie Cohen (France)

7.R.10 - Reactive surveillance of deaths involving a fall among the elderly in France, 2015 to March 2023
Marion J Torres (France)

7.R.11 - Infertility in the Capital Region of Denmark: Prevalence and population characteristics
Marie Holm Eliasen (Denmark)

7.R.12 - Surveillance of surgical site infections using artificial intelligence
José Antonio Delgado de los Reyes (Spain)

7.R.13 - Cognitive performance in breast cancer survivors: a ten-year follow-up
Catarina Lopes (Portugal)

7.R.14 - Assessing primary healthcare quality through avoidable hospitalizations: a systematic review
Arianna Anniballo (Italy)

7.R.15 - Sodium and potassium intake in adults: the Italian Health Examination Survey 2023 – CUORE Project
Chiara Donfrancesco (Italy)

7.R.16 - Are early emotional and behavioral problems related to subsequent asthma in preschool children?
Helena Fabian (Sweden)

Thu 14th
15:15-16:15
7.S. - Poster walk: Public health innovation and transformation
7.S.1 - Systematic review of clinical effectiveness and safety of abdominal aortic aneurysm screening in men
Elaine Foley (Ireland)

7.S.2 - Public health innovation labs framework development: a design study of GGD West-Brabant Netherlands
Skander Essafi (Netherlands)

7.S.3 - Driving innovation in primary healthcare though co-creation with stakeholders in Switzerland
Anna Romanova (Switzerland)

7.S.4 - Commuting violence: Social, mental and academic consequences. Is this concept necessary to adopt?
Miranda Hernández Rico (Mexico)

7.S.5 - ‘Positive disruption’: catalysing system-wide work on health inequalities through embedded research
Andrew Passey (United Kingdom)

7.S.6 - A cultural analysis of forms of ageism and their impact on the health of older people
Pauline Gouttefarde (France)

7.S.7 - The NHS London Legacy and Health Equity Partnership: Evaluation of an equity lens framework
Leonora Weil (United Kingdom)

7.S.8 - Equity assessment in innovative cancer genomic interventions: the Can.Heal project
Ana Molina-Barceló (Spain)

7.S.9 - Data governance challenges on smart home involving multiple research sites
Kang Wang (Canada)

7.S.10 - The role of communication in the successful implementation of the Slovenian NCCP
Katarina Plantosar (Slovenia)

7.S.12 - A multidisciplinary study of the Italian National Institute of Health’s press review during Covid-19
Carlotta Fiammenghi (Italy)

7.S.13 - Molecular Tumor Boards impact on patients’ health: towards a policy brief in the Can.Heal project
Erika Giacobini (Italy)

7.S.14 - Collection and use of patient-reported experience measures: approach to improve health care
Irisa Zile-Velika (Latvia)

7.S.15 - Methods to Handle Missing depression (PHQ-8 Score) Values among Adults in the United Arab Emirates
Mitha Al Balushi (United Arab Emirates)

7.S.16 - Improving data quality by implementing an electronic medical record seems to depend on the context
Florian Wurster (Germany)


Workshops - Thursday 14th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 14th
16:45-17:45
A. Innovating Public Health: From Research to Action and Policy Maastricht University; University Hospital Ulm 8.A. - Scientific session: Engage, co-create, collaborate, transform: uniting practice and research for health innovation
Chairperson(s): Sanne Gerards (Netherlands), Mathilde Crone (Netherlands)

A method for interactive collaboration between different actors: theory of change workshops
Janine Wendt (Germany)

Stakeholder involvement in the development of a serious game for and with healthcare professionals
Nils Keesmekers (Netherlands)

Improving implementation of health interventions among ECEC organisations: a social network analysis
Sid Penders (Netherlands)

Involving stakeholders in planning the scale-up of a health promotion intervention: a practical example
Lisa Harms (Netherlands)

Thu 14th
16:45-17:45
B. Revolutionizing Public Health and Healthcare: AI and Digital Health WHO Regional Office for Europe, European Commission 8.B. - Scientific session: Strengthening health information systems in the European Region
Chairperson(s): Natasha Azzopardi Muscat (WHO EURO)

The status of health information systems and digital transformation in the European Region
Marieke Verschuuren (EUPHA)

The EU-funded action to strengthen health information systems
Jerome de Barros (Belgium)

WHO/Europe tools for strengthening health information systems
Keyrellous Adib (Denmark)

Experiences from the European Region: case studies and scenarios to inform ways forward in digital health
Karapet Davtyan (Denmark)

Thu 14th
16:45-17:45
C. Health Beyond Borders: Global Health Challenges and Sustainable Solutions EUPHA ENV section 8.C. - Scientific session: Health system resilience: A Planetary Health perspective
Chairperson(s): Andrea Schmidt (Austria), Angelique Mavrodaris (United Kingdom)

Impacts of long-term climate change on human health: a global scoping review
Jesse Limaheluw (Netherlands)

Climate change and emerging infections: Risks, adaptation and response
Angelique Mavrodaris (United Kingdom)

Climate change and health vulnerability assessments to increase regional climate resilience
Felix Durstmueller (Austria)

Climate change adaptation measures in the context of health promotion using participatory foresight
Sophia Spagl (Austria)

How are the three environmental threats challenging health systems’ resilience?
Susana Viegas (Portugal)

Thu 14th
16:45-17:45
D. Equity in Health: Bridging Gaps to Universal Coverage University of Pisa; Infectious Diseases Control Section 8.D. - Scientific session: Equitable Immunization: Leveraging Prisons for Vaccination Equity in Europe
Chairperson(s): WHO Regional Office for Europe Alves da Costa (WHO EURO), Heino Stöver (Germany)

Whole of prison approach to vaccination: co-development of information materials for people living in prison
Emma Plugge (United Kingdom)

Assessing vaccine hesitancy and vaccine literacy in the European prison population: a multicenter repeated cross-sectional study
Laura Baglietto (Italy)

Introducing vaccination services in prison settings: case study from Moldova
Irina Barbiros (Italy)

Advancing Public Health Equity through Expanded Vaccination Services in prison: case studies from Italy and France
Nicola Cocco (Italy)

Driving policy changes: RISE-Vac lessons learnt and recommendations
Lara Tavoschi (Italy)

Thu 14th
16:45-17:45
E. Environmental Health: Innovating Policies and Practices BEST-COST; EUPHA-PHMR; EUPHA-ECO 8.E. - Skills building seminar: Methods for measuring the true health cost of pollution
Chairperson(s): Brecht Devleesschauwer (Belgium), Hanna Tolonen (EUPHA-PHMR)

Quantifying the health burden of environmental stressors
Juanita Haagsma (Netherlands)

Measuring the economic impact of environmental stressors on health
João Vasco Santos (EUPHA-ECO)

Integrating social inequalities in the burden of environmental stressors
Vanessa Gorasso (EUPHA-ECO)

Thu 14th
16:45-17:45
F. Fostering our habitat: Climate Emergency, Urban Health URB-MEN-ENV Sections 8.F. - Scientific session: Promoting Public Health with healthy smart buildings.
Chairperson(s): Jutta Lindert (EUPHA-PMH), Stefano Capolongo (EUPHA-URB)

Healthy air for healthy minds.
Jutta Lindert (EUPHA-PMH)

How to promote health in indoor living and working spaces: quali-quantitative analysis to evaluate the indoor air quality through users’ perception and low-cost sensors.
Marco Gola (Italy)

Leveraging digital platforms to improve Public Health in hospital smart buildings.
Luís Lapão (Portugal)

Novi Sad cultural stations as healthy buildings for wellbeing concept.
Marija Jevtic (EUPHA-ENV)

Thu 14th
16:45-17:45
G. Easing the Burden: Responding to the Threat of Chronic Diseases NAKO e.V. 8.G. - Scientific session: The German National Cohort (NAKO): Current state, follow up data collection and selected results
Chairperson(s): Barbara Bohn (Germany), Tamara Schikowski (Germany)

The German National Cohort (NAKO): Current state and further follow-up data collection
Karin Halina Greiser (Germany)

Sex differences in cardiovascular disease in relation to socioeconomic position in the NAKO study
Ilais Moreno Velasquez (Germany)

Low income, being without employment, and living alone: How they are associated with cognitive functioning - Results from the German National Cohort (NAKO)
Francisca-Saveria Rodriguez (Germany)

Changes in physical activity and sedentary behavior during COVID-19 pandemic restrictions in Germany
Florian Herbolsheimer (Germany)

Thu 14th
16:45-17:45
H. Transforming Health Systems: Strength, Resilience, Efficacy DG SANTE, European Commission, Nivel (Netherlands institute for health services research), EUPHA Section on HSR 8.H. - Scientific session: Coordinated actions to improve our response to Long COVID at EU and national levels
Chairperson(s): Stefan Schreck (Luxembourg), Johan Hansen (EUPHA-HSR)

The Network of Expertise on Long COVID as a means to synthesise intelligence and improve our response to long COVID at EU level
Stefan Schreck (Luxembourg)

Mapping Long COVID across the EU: definitions, guidelines and surveillance systems in EU Member States
Iris Van Der Heide (Netherlands)

Assessment of the impact of Long COVID on labour market participation and potential economic effects in the EU
Alba De Leon Edo (Luxembourg)

Thu 14th
16:45-17:45
I. Tackling Infectious Diseases: Epidemiology, Vaccines, Preparedness 8.I. - Pitch presentations: Challenges and strategies for improving infectious diseases control
Developing a set of core items for assessing preparedness in Italy: a Delphi approach
Giuseppe Migliara (Italy)

Community Healthcare-Associated Infections: Enhancing Control with Software and Tailored Protocols
Inês Morais Vilaça (Portugal)

Excess mortality in individuals with and without COVID-19 vaccination in the Netherlands in 2021
Corinne Rijpkema (Netherlands)

Systematic review of the literature about immunogenity and antibodies persistance of Tdap vaccination
Linda Bartucciotto (Italy)

Impact of artificial intelligence on healthcare-associated infection control: a systematic review
Chiara Barbati (Italy)

Evaluating XGBoost's predictive accuracy on surgical site Infections in cardiac surgery
Francesco Baglivo (Italy)

Characterising Long COVID in an Irish cohort: a study of symptom type, severity and determinants
Fiona McGuire (Ireland)

Thu 14th
16:45-17:45
K. Empower and Educate: The Future of Health Literacy and Promotion Faculdade de Ciências da Nutrição e Alimentação da Universidade do Porto/Escola Superior de Tecnologia da Saúde de Lisboa - IPL 8.K. - Scientific session: Promoting Healthier and Sustainable Diets – Evidence from the Interdisciplinary MedDietMenus4Campus
Chairperson(s): Ada Rocha (Portugal), Marília Prada (Portugal)

MedDietMenus4Campus: Integrating Views from Nutrition, Marketing and Psychology to Improve Diets
Claudia Viegas (Portugal)

Development of a tool to assess the compliance of canteen menus with the Mediterranean Diet
Beatriz Neto (Portugal)

Water footprint and Med-Diet adherence: preliminary results from MedDietMenus4Campus
Derya Dikmen (Türkiye)

Stakeholders engagement model- Social Marketing strategies to improve students’ eating behaviour
Liliana Ferreira (Portugal)

6. Students’ Perceptions of Food Offer in Portuguese Canteens and Adherence to Mediterranean Diets
Cristiane Souza (Portugal)

Thu 14th
16:45-17:45
L. Health Policies: Engaging in Public Debates and Decision-Making 8.L. - Pitch presentations: From evidence to policy
The impact of the tobacco law on tobacco-related hospitalizations in Portugal - a natural experiment
Maria Ana Santos (Portugal)

Analysing coherence in food policy: a review of methods.
Isobel Stanley (Ireland)

Measures to increase the retention of migrant healthcare professionals in Germany
Eva Jansen (Germany)

Learning through playing in public health: a card game’s evaluation
Jessica Martinez (France)

How to effectively reduce violence in emergency services: evidence from Germany
Matthias Bonigut (Germany)

Smoke-Free Policies and Cigarette Consumption Impact on Myocardial Infarction Mortality in Europe
Roberta Pastorino (EUPHA-PHG)

Sociodemographic, work- and health-factors predict rejection of vocational rehabilitation in Finland
Riku Louhimo (Finland)

Innovative approaches to measuring and promoting employee vitality and sustainable employability
Inge Houkes (Netherlands)

Thu 14th
16:45-17:45
M. Mental Health Matters: Advancements in Public Mental Health EUPHA-Public Mental Health Section and European Union Drug Agency 8.M. - Skills building seminar: Mental health and substance use in Europe
Chairperson(s): Marija Jakubauskiene (EUPHA-PMH), Linda Montanari (Portugal)

Comorbidity of substance use and mental disorders in Europe
Linda Montanari (Portugal)

Participative development of a culture-sensitive instrument to measure substance use in Syrian refugees
Kim-Julian Behr (Germany)

Substance use and risk behaviour patterns among people who inject drugs
Marija Jakubauskiene (EUPHA-PMH)

Thu 14th
16:45-17:45
N. Caring for Our Next Generation: Equitable Health from Childhood to Adulthood RIVER-EU 8.N. - Scientific session: Transferability and adaptation of vaccination interventions: Learning from underserved communities
Chairperson(s): Tamara Schloemer (Netherlands), Janine De Zeeuw (Netherlands)

Transferability of vaccination interventions from a community perspective: One size does not fit all
Tamara Schloemer (Netherlands)

Interventions’ transferability assessment to strengthen Vaccination Uptake Among Migrants in Greece
Pania Karnaki (Greece)

Tailoring vaccination interventions for the Turkish and Moroccan communities in the Netherlands
Janine De Zeeuw (Netherlands)

Bridges between evidence on vaccination intervention and Ukrainian migrant community needs in Poland
Maria Gańczak (EUPHA-IDC)

Tailoring intervention targeting HPV vaccination in marginalized Roma communities in Slovakia
Daniela Filakovska Bobakova (Slovakia)

Thu 14th
16:45-17:45
O. Inclusive Health: Addressing the Needs of Migrants, LGBTI, and Minorities 8.O. - Oral presentations: Sexual and gender minority health
Skills and competences of sexuality educators. Evidences from a qualitative research in Italy
Marco Ubbiali (Italy)

HIV-1 transmission clusters and drug resistance in men who have sex with men in Portugal
Ricardo Abrantes (Portugal)

Exploring the mental health impact of asylum-seeking of sexual minority men: a qualitative study
Maria Gottvall (Sweden)

Individual fluidity of sexual identity in Stockholm County, 2010 to 2021
Guoqiang Zhang (Sweden)

Defining child maltreatment for research and surveillance: a Delphi study in 34 countries
Lisa Hurt (United Kingdom)

Thu 14th
16:45-17:45
P. Data-Driven: Assessments for Informed Policy-Making and Foresight EUPHA-FOR, EUPHA-POL, RIVM, Instituto Superior Técnico, RAND Europe 8.P. - Scientific session: Lessons-learned from recent foresight studies to support policy making?
Chairperson(s): Henk Hilderink (EUPHA-FS), Ana Vieira (EUPHA-FS)

The future of screening and early detection in the Netherlands:, a foresight study to support new screening policy strategies
Marit De Vries (Netherlands)

Applying foresight methods at the national level in the field of substance use: Experience from the DRUG-PREP project
Shona Cosgrove (Belgium)

Future-Proofing Analysis of the 2017 EU AMR Action Plan
Sarah Parkinson (United Kingdom)

Public Health Challenges for 2050 in the Netherlands
Lea Den Broeder (Netherlands)

The future of public health in Europe
Caroline Costongs (EuroHealthNet)

Thu 14th
16:45-17:45
Q. Building Capacity: Learning and Ethics for the Health Workforce Aarhus University, Glasgow Caladonian University, Via University College, Health Cascade 8.Q. - Skills building seminar: ”The Church of Fail”: Learning from Our Mistakes in Co-Creation
Chairperson(s): Knud Ryom (Denmark), Danielle Agnello (United Kingdom)

”The Church of Fail”: Learning from Our Mistakes in Co-Creation (part I)
Danielle Agnello (United Kingdom)

”The Church of Fail”: Learning from Our Mistakes in Co-Creation (part II)
Knud Ryom (Denmark)

Sebastien Chastin (United Kingdom)


Poster walks - Thursday 14th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Thu 14th
16:45-17:45
8.R. - Poster walk: Infectious diseases control
8.R.1 - Co-administration of COVID-19 and flu vaccines in healthcare workers: results from three campaigns
Domenico Pascucci (Italy)

8.R.2 - Impact of infectious diseases associated with passenger ships on ports: a systematic review
Johannes Neumann (Germany)

8.R.3 - Evaluating the psychological antecedents of vaccination in applicants to primary health care centers
Cansu Özbaş (Türkiye)

8.R.4 - Shared spaces, shared germs: breaking the chain of infection with targeted hygiene
Shweta Malik (United Kingdom)

8.R.5 - Human-swine interface: is the hepatitis E virus a real risk for humans?
Sara Arnaboldi (Italy)

8.R.6 - Direct impact of COVID-19 in excess mortality in Portugal, March 2020 to December 2021
Susana Silva (Portugal)

8.R.7 - Aedes aegypti surveillance under the International Health Regulations - experience at Madeira Island
Mariana Fialho (Portugal)

8.R.8 - The initial Swedish COVID-19 strategy and Sweden’s excess mortality in 2020-2022
Martin Lindström (Sweden)

8.R.9 - Dynamics and features of transmission clusters of HIV-1 subtypes in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Victor Pimentel (Portugal)

8.R.10 - Epidemiological features of pertussis in Tunisia, 2009-2023
Salsabil Rejaibi (Tunisia)

8.R.11 - The Contrasting Risk Communication Strategies of European Leaders during the COVID-19 Crisis
Saoirse Moriarty (United Kingdom)

8.R.12 - From hesitancy to decision: shifts from intentions to uptake of Influenza and COVID-19 vaccines
Sara Moura (Portugal)

8.R.13 - Seroprevalence and associated factors of toxoplasmosis in female children and adolescents in Germany
Laura Giese (Germany)

8.R.14 - Risk factors for COVID-19 among healthcare workers: a hospital-based cohort study in Portugal
Vânia Gaio (Portugal)

8.R.15 - Home-based nursing care for clients carrying multidrug-resistant organisms: a focus group study
Tessa Langeveld (Netherlands)

8.R.16 - A mixed method approach to evaluate a vaccine hesitancy assessment among parents in Dutch language
Daphne Bussink-Voorend (Netherlands)

Thu 14th
16:45-17:45
8.S. - Poster walk: Digital health and Artificial Intelligence
8.S.1 - Treatment of kidney disease: an analytical decision model at a Swiss university hospital
Olga Endrich (Switzerland)

8.S.2 - Usability Insights from the BUMPER Cancer Prevention App Pilot Study: A Mixed-Methods Approach
Hajo Zeeb (Germany)

8.S.3 - The New Healthcare: AI-Driven Population Stratification, Proactive Medicine, and Predictive Analysis
Maria Elisabetta Mormile (Italy)

8.S.4 - Next-generation public health surveillance: extreme heat event prediction and monitoring system
Irfhana Zakir Hussain (Canada)

8.S.5 - Exploring the Landscape of Standards and Guidelines in AgeTech Design and Development
Shahabeddin Abhari (Canada)

8.S.6 - Safety in Teletriage by Nurses and Physicians in the US and Israel- a Tale of 2 Systems
Motti Haimi (Israel)

8.S.7 - Machine learning to produce living evidence maps to reduce health inequalities in primary care
Jatinder Hayre (United Kingdom)

8.S.8 - Patient perspectives on the use of digital medical devices in Parkinson's Disease
Ivana Paccoud (Luxembourg)

8.S.9 - Building public trust and confidence in secondary use of health data in Ireland
Tina Bedenik (Ireland)

8.S.10 - AAL for independent aging: Practical guidelines for smart living environment development
Gaya Bin Noon (Canada)

8.S.11 - Trustworthiness of EHRs: Key Factors from a User-Centered Study in Germany
Niklas von Kalckreuth (Germany)

8.S.12 - Characteristics predisposing to the utilization of Internet websites offering e-prescriptions
Mariusz Duplaga (Poland)

8.S.13 - How advanced is your digital public health system? A qualitative analysis of suitable indicators
Laura Maaß (Germany)

8.S.14 - Patient and practice characteristics related to patient’s consent for health data exchange
Jelle Keuper (Netherlands)

8.S.15 - Integrating an AI-powered symptom assessment application (SAA) in a hospital network in Portugal
Nisha Kini (Germany)

8.S.16 - Using artificial intelligence to support and streamline rapid systematic evidence reviews
Maureen Dobbins (Canada)


Pitch presentations - Friday 15th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 15th
9:00-10:00
A. Innovating Public Health: From Research to Action and Policy 9.A. - Pitch presentations: Transforming public health
Integrating AI in cause-of-death regular statistical production with human and expert system codings
Elisa Zambetta (France)

Connecting child health care and economic services: Results from a pilot randomised controlled trial
Nina Johansson (Sweden)

Transforming systems and improving lives - the social movement of compassion in Wales
Joanne Hopkins (United Kingdom)

Effects of metaphorical communication on vaccine confidence in the adolescent population
Fabiana Nuccetelli (Italy)

Artificial intelligence – NPHIs' role in utilizing its opportunities and addressing the risks
Claudia Habl (Austria)

An automated approach to health misinformation monitoring on YouTube
Irfhana Zakir Hussain (Canada)

Development and Implementation of a digital intervention for smoking cessation- MoreLife, UK
Ranjana Babber (United Kingdom)

Analysis of trends in female genital mutilation from 2015 to 2019 in Senegal
Ndeye Mareme Sougou (Senegal)

Fri 15th
9:00-10:00
B. Revolutionizing Public Health and Healthcare: AI and Digital Health Digital health, Health literacy - initiative, Health promotion, School of Public Health, University of Pavia, WHO Collaborating Centre for Health Literacy, Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany 9.B. - Scientific session: Promoting health in the digital age: a room to improve health literacy and digital health literacy?
Chairperson(s): Anna Odone (EUPHA-DH -IDC), Eric Breton (France)

Digital interventions to prevent smoking habit among children. Is there evidence?
Vincenza Gianfredi (Italy)

Digital health literacy in schools: empirically navigating novel data from students and teachers
Orkan Okan (EUPHA-HL)

How effective are eHealth literacy interventions? A meta-analysis of experimental studies
Chiara Barbati (Italy)

Fri 15th
9:00-10:00
C. Health Beyond Borders: Global Health Challenges and Sustainable Solutions EUPHA-OH, EUPHA-GH 9.C. - Round table: The Global Oral Health Action Plan – Integrating Oral Health into the global health agenda
Chairperson(s): Pauline Vassallo (Malta), Elena Petelos (EUPHA-HTA, EUPHA-GH)

Pauline Vassallo (Malta)

Benoit Varenne (Switzerland)

Dympna Kavanagh (Ireland)

Neville Calleja (Malta)

Fri 15th
9:00-10:00
D. Equity in Health: Bridging Gaps to Universal Coverage Luton Borough Council 9.D. - Practice session: Luton, a Marmot town – Lessons from using a whole-system approach to tackle health equity
Chairperson(s): Laura Austin-Croft (United Kingdom), Jessica Allen (United Kingdom)

Luton, a Marmot town – using a whole-system approach to tackle health equity
Sally Cartwright (United Kingdom)

Lee Watson (United Kingdom)

Ramya Ravindrane (United Kingdom)

Chimeme Egbutah (United Kingdom)

Nasreen Ali (United Kingdom)

Fri 15th
9:00-10:00
E. Environmental Health: Innovating Policies and Practices 9.E. - Pitch presentations: Public health economics
Assessing Health Gains: A Cost-Utility Analysis
Giovanni Guarducci (Italy)

Estimated lifetime impact of a school-based intervention for mental health: A microsimulation study
Sarah Bates (United Kingdom)

Exploring support for return-to-work: A comparative analysis of firm and country-level factors
Thomas Leoni (Austria)

Cost-effectiveness analysis of screening three-year old for social-emotional problems
Anneli Ivarsson (Sweden)

Cross-country price comparison of institutional long-term care: In search of suitable data
Zuzanna Brzozowska (Austria)

How do social deprivation and distance to hospital affect lengths of stays in cancer patients?
Thomas Vermeulin (France)

Changes in opinions on health insurance benefits deservingness in the Netherlands between 2013-2023
Marloes Meijer (Netherlands)

The corporate political activity of Portugal’s food industry: enhancing public health transparency
Sofia da Costa (Portugal)

Fri 15th
9:00-10:00
F. Fostering our habitat: Climate Emergency, Urban Health 9.F. - Pitch presentations: Social security, work and health
Collaboration between general practice and sickness benefits office -A Scoping Review
Anne Poulsen (Denmark)

Employees’ work ability during returning to work with common mental disorders: a mixed methods study
Alexandra Sikora (Germany)

Work resumption and economic independence among women with paid employment one year after childbirth
Loes Bertens (Netherlands)

Sickness absence due to mental and somatic diagnoses by occupational class in Finland, 2011–2021
Jenni Blomgren (Finland)

Assessing the return-to-work mode of Dutch precarious workers with mental health issues
Yvonne Suijkerbuijk (Netherlands)

Alternating diagnoses among sickness absentees in Finland
Riku Perhoniemi (Finland)

Having paid work 1 year after disability claim in different types of mental and behavioural disorders
Manon Ziech (Netherlands)

Impact of motherhood and social support on the wellbeing of UK female police officers and staff
Mahnoz Illias (United Kingdom)

Fri 15th
9:00-10:00
G. Easing the Burden: Responding to the Threat of Chronic Diseases 9.G. - Oral presentations: Risk factors in the development of NCDs
Contribution of risk factors to the burden of major illness: a microsimulation in England, 2023-2043
Anna Head (United Kingdom)

How likely are Eastern European and Central Asian Countries to Achieve Global NCD Targets?
Anastasiya Dumcheva (Finland)

Ultra-processed food intake and type 2 diabetes: A dose-response meta-analyses of prospective studies
Yujin Kim (Korea, South)

Ultra-processed food consumption and risk of coronary heart diseases: UK Whitehall II cohort study
Mengmei(eunice) Wang (United Kingdom)

Eating jetlag and risk of cardiovascular disease: prospective study of the NutriNet-Santé cohort
Xuân Le Folcalvez (France)

Fri 15th
9:00-10:00
H. Transforming Health Systems: Strength, Resilience, Efficacy 9.H. - Oral presentations: Social security, work and health
Labor market participation in people with intellectual disability – a follow-up study in Sweden
Carin Staland-Nyman (Sweden)

Precarious employment expectancy by history of mental-health-related sickness absence in Finland
Taina Leinonen (Finland)

Predictors of disability retirement - a prediction model for disability pension application risk
Petra Sohlman (Finland)

Healthcare access for people with disabilities: a scoping review of COVID-19 policies in Europe
Jeny Alejandra Aguilera Cruz (Netherlands)

Sickness absence duration of stress complaints, adaptation disorder or burnout in the Netherlands
Angelique De Rijk (Netherlands)

Fri 15th
9:00-10:00
I. Tackling Infectious Diseases: Epidemiology, Vaccines, Preparedness 9.I. - Pitch presentations: Improving healthcare delivery and outcomes
Risk of death after type of intimate partner violence (IPV) involvement
Marcelo Urquia (Canada)

Facilitating subgroup identification: the use of decision trees in breast cancer screening uptake
Núria Pedrós Barnils (Germany)

COVID-19 impact on childhood vaccination attitudes in pregnant antenatal class attendants in Rome.
Stefania Bruno (Italy)

England RCT of air filtration to prevent respiratory infections (including covid-19) in care homes
Ruth Kipping (United Kingdom)

Fighting HAIs by monitoring hand hygiene compliance in the Umberto I teaching Hospital in Rome
Mariateresa Ceparano (Italy)

Signal detection and assessment supporting syndromic surveillance during the UEFA EURO 2024
Madlen Schranz (Germany)

Parental childhood vaccine hesitancy and the National Vaccination Programme, in Portugal
Filipa Gomes (Portugal)

Fri 15th
9:00-10:00
K. Empower and Educate: The Future of Health Literacy and Promotion 9.K. - Pitch presentations: Health promotion and behaviour
Health mediation for promoting cancer screening and vaccination in deprived neighbourhoods in France
Eva Legendre (France)

The role of interoception in lifestyle factors: a systematic review
Jesper Mulder (Netherlands)

Health promotion via low-intensity exercise: Investigating psychological aspects in community elders
Inaihá Laureano Benincá (Italy)

Effects of physical exercise program on physical conditions and mental health in university students
Carlos Albeiro Herrera Nivia (Colombia)

Active offer of influenza vaccination during hospitalization: a multicenter study in Sicily (Italy)
Alessandra Fallucca (Italy)

Multiple behavioural risk factors and mental health complaints among adults in Estonia
Galina Opikova (Estonia)

Forecasting cognitive functioning: an artificial intelligence approach with Dynamic Bayesian Networks
Antti Etholén (Finland)

Predictors and outcomes of adolescent alcohol and drug use: a scoping review
Margaret M. Brennan (Ireland)

Fri 15th
9:00-10:00
L. Health Policies: Engaging in Public Debates and Decision-Making WHO Regional Office for Europe, University of Bremen 9.L. - Round table: “What” and “How” for building competencies for effective policy making in and for public health
Chairperson(s): Emilia Aragon De Leon (WHO EURO)

Exploring the state-of-the-art on competencies for policymaking in public health
Lorraine Frisina (Germany)

Anne-Catherine Viso (France)

Charlotte Marchandise (EUPHA)

Kasia Czabanowska (ASPHER)

Fri 15th
9:00-10:00
M. Mental Health Matters: Advancements in Public Mental Health 9.M. - Oral presentations: Understanding mental health
Improving physical healthcare for people experiencing mental illness: The COMITMENT project
Tobias Fragner (Austria)

Learnings from 'Everyone In' initiative in England for improving health of people facing homelessness
Neha Jain (United Kingdom)

Evaluation of a public health workplace staff psychosocial risk assessment and wellbeing initiative
Lucinda Ryan (Ireland)

Temporal trends 1990-2020 in youth suicide: a global analysis based on the WHO Mortality Database
Giansanto Mosconi (Italy)

Fri 15th
9:00-10:00
N. Caring for Our Next Generation: Equitable Health from Childhood to Adulthood EUPHA Child and Adolescent Public Health Section 9.N. - Practice session: From Data to Action – Joining forces to close the inequity gap in adolescent health
Chairperson(s): Heiko Schmengler (Netherlands), Julia Dratva (EUPHA-CAPH)

Leveraging epidemiological data for the development of interventions to promote healthy nutrition and physical activity among adolescents from disadvantaged backgrounds
Heiko Schmengler (Netherlands)

Empowering youths through citizen science to address health inequalities in adolescence
Lourdes Cantarero Arevalo (Denmark)

Ensuring the right to health care for detained adolescents: cross-sectoral strategies and policy innovations
WHO Regional Office for Europe Alves da Costa (WHO EURO)

Fri 15th
9:00-10:00
O. Inclusive Health: Addressing the Needs of Migrants, LGBTI, and Minorities 9.O. - Pitch presentations: Sexual and gender minority health
Social influence on post-drinking risky sexual behaviours: evidence in France and South Korea
Jiwon Jeong (France)

Teachers perspectives on positive and inclusive sex education in Dutch secondary schools
Margreet de Looze (Netherlands)

Closing the Gap: Implementing Gender-Sensitive Care to Address Healthcare Disparities
Sophia Sgraja (Germany)

Perceptions of MSM on targeted sexual healthcare about HPV vaccination: a French qualitative study
Camilla Oliveri (France)

Systematic review of ethical/methodological issues in transgender youth participative research
Julie Servais (Belgium)

Drug-facilitated sexual assault: An observational retrospective study in Barcelona (2018-2022)
Aina Camps (Spain)

Quitting with pride: Differences in smoking behaviour across sexual identity groups in Ireland
Paul Kavanagh (Ireland)

HIV risks and transactional sex among Swedish-born MSM and foreign-born MSM in Sweden
Sara Causevic (Sweden)

Fri 15th
9:00-10:00
P. Data-Driven: Assessments for Informed Policy-Making and Foresight Sciensano 9.P. - Scientific session: National perspective on knowledge translation to bridge the gap between research and policy.
Chairperson(s): Robby De Pauw (Belgium), Brecht Devleesschauwer (Belgium)

The data layer: the importance of sources critical appraisal.
Vanessa Gorasso (EUPHA-ECO)

The information layer: shaping data into meaning with interactive tools.
Masja Schmidt (Belgium)

The knowledge layer: the role of key messages for translating data into meaning.
Aline Scohy (Belgium)

The wisdom layer: how to support evidence-informed policymaking.
Laura Van den Borre (Belgium)

Fri 15th
9:00-10:00
Q. Building Capacity: Learning and Ethics for the Health Workforce Aletta Jacobs School of Public Health/Groningen Centre for Health Law, University of Groningen in collaboration with EUPHA Law and Public Health section; Global Network for Academic Public Health; UK Faculty of Public Health; ASPHER; Temple University; J 9.Q. - Round table: Strengthening public health law for public health professionals.
Chairperson(s): Brigit Toebes (Netherlands), Farhang Tahzib (EUPHA-ETH)

Timo Clemens (Netherlands)

Regien Biesma (EUPHA-GH)

Edward Kirton-Darling (United Kingdom)

Scott Burris (United States)

Dominique Mollet (Italy)

Fri 15th
9:00-9:25
X. Pecha Kucha EUPHA-HWR, WHO Collaborating Center for Health Workforce Policies and Planning, European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, WHO Regional Office for Europe 9.X.1. - Protecting the mental health of healthcare workers: evidence, policy and implementation challenges
Chairperson(s): Ellen Kuhlmann (EUPHA-HWR), Tiago Correia (Portugal)

Where should health system investments be made to protect the mental health of healthcare workers?
Gemma Williams (United Kingdom)

Mental health support for healthcare workers: what is it about governance and policy implementation
Michelle Falkenbach (Germany)

Sara Alidina (Portugal)

Tomas Zapata (WHO EURO)

Fri 15th
9:00-9:25
Y. Pecha Kucha EUPHAnxt, EUPHA-PHMR, Sciensano 9.Y.1. - Round table: Breaking down silos: Maximizing the impact of different EU funding schemes in health
Chairperson(s): Nienke Schutte (Belgium)

Jinane Ghattas (EUPHAnxt)

Agnès Mathieu-Mendes (Belgium)

Anabela Isidro (Portugal)

Carola Schultz (Germany)

Fri 15th
9:35-10:00
X. Pecha Kucha ASPHER/FPH Europe SIG 9.X.2. - Round table: Actioning the ASPHER-WHO Public Health Core Curriculum: Interprofessional Skills
Chairperson(s): Alison Mc Callum (United Kingdom), Judit Simon (Austria)

Mary Codd (Ireland)

Karl F. Conyard (Ireland)

Jenny Houston (United Kingdom)

Samia Latif (United Kingdom)

Olalekan Popoola (Ireland)

Fri 15th
9:35-10:00
Y. Pecha Kucha Dianna Lydiard, Tarun Khatri, and Polychronis Kostoulas 9.Y.2. - Practice session: Joining the GenAI Revolution: Integrating Private Sector Innovations to Improve Public Health
Chairperson(s): Dianna Lydiard (United States), Tarun Khatri (Canada)

Mark Marostica (United States)

Dianna Lydiard (United States)

Tarun Khatri (Canada)


Poster walks - Friday 15th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 15th
9:00-10:00
9.R. - Poster walk: Sexual and gender minority health
9.R.1 - Information on HIV and Narration of U=U: a mixed method analysis on social media in Italy
Virginia Casigliani (Italy)

9.R.3 - Validation of the Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support among LGBT population in Serbia
Željka Stamenković (Serbia)

9.R.4 - Barriers and facilitators to healthcare access for LGBTQ+ in Western Europe: a systematic review.
Saral Rahimi (United Kingdom)

9.R.5 - Development of Digital Health Gender and Sexual Health Literacy scale
Elisabetta Corvo (United Kingdom)

9.R.6 - Family-based sexual health intervention for adolescents; A systematic review and meta-analysis
Priya Paudyal (United Kingdom)

9.R.7 - Discrimination and violence experienced by the LGBTQI+ community in Rwanda: a cross-sectional study
Louange Twahirwa Gutabara (Rwanda)

9.R.8 - “Acceptance does not mean agreement”: perceptions of the LGBTQIA+ community in Rwanda
Precious Azubuike (Rwanda)

9.R.10 - Mental health of Finnish cis- and transgender youth before, during and after the COVID-19 pandemic
Olli Kiviruusu (Finland)

9.R.11 - Implementation Measures to Break the Gender Gap - a Scoping Review
Judith Mollenhauer (Germany)

9.R.12 - What do we know about femicide in Italy? Data and insights from a repeated cross-sectional study.
Giorgia Gabrielli (Italy)

9.R.13 - Association between dietary supplements and frailty by sex: a cross-sectional study in South Korea
Hyunjoo Kim (Korea, South)

9.R.14 - How can healthcare providers reduce the adverse effects of endometriosis on women's life course?
Chen Zarecki (Israel)

9.R.15 - Capacity mapping of comprehensive sexuality education in Gabon: A qualitative analysis
Ruth-Janet Koumba Maguena (Belgium)

9.R.16 - Assessing Swedish healthcare providers knowledge of migrant Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights
Ayanthi Wickramasinghe (Sweden)

Fri 15th
9:00-10:00
9.S. - Poster walk: Health literacy
9.S.1 - mHealth education effect to changes knowledge, attitude, and practice of school girls in Bangladesh
Mohammed Ataur Rahman (Japan)

9.S.2 - IDEAHL European digital Health Literacy Strategy
Marta González (Spain)

9.S.3 - Nutrition Literacy Assessment in Informal Caregivers of Cancer Patients: A Cross-Sectional Study
Daniele Nucci (Italy)

9.S.4 - The role of health literacy in adherence to the Mediterranean diet
Rafaela Rosário (Portugal)

9.S.5 - Navigating Co-design in Children's Health Literacy Interventions in Schools
Wieke van Boxtel (Netherlands)

9.S.6 - Designing infographics in health research with patients and the public: A scoping review
Santosh Sharma (Ireland)

9.S.7 - Development of a risk-stratified shared decision-making tool for colorectal cancer screening
Deborah Jael Herrera (Belgium)

9.S.8 - Scoping Review of Health Literacy Interventions among Migrant Communities in Europe
Maria João Marques (Portugal)

9.S.9 - Visualizing science - the rise of graphical abstracts in public health journals
Duarte Vital Brito (Portugal)

9.S.10 - Digital health literacy and associated socio-demographic characteristics in the French population
Axelle Quiviger (France)

9.S.11 - Adolescent mental health literacy and help-seeking behaviours. Cross-Sectional survey in Barcelona.
Eulàlia Hernández Encuentra (Spain)

9.S.12 - Stakeholders’ perspectives on informed decision-making for migrant women in CC prevention programs
Tharsini Veeravagu (Netherlands)

9.S.13 - Public and professional attitudes to the digitisation of health and social care in Ireland
Daráine Murphy (Ireland)

9.S.14 - Mixed-methods systematic review of shared decision-making tools for cancer screening
Deborah Jael Herrera (Belgium)

9.S.15 - Factors influencing handwashing behaviour among school students of Central Kazakhstan
Zhanerke Bolatova (Kazakhstan)

9.S.16 - Is genomic testing properly evaluated? A systematic review of health technology assessment reports
Giuseppe Migliara (Italy)


Plenary session - Friday 15th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 15th
10:30-11:30
EC, ECDC PL5 - Plenary 5: One Health in Europe: from concept to practice
Fri 15th
11:45-12:45
A. Innovating Public Health: From Research to Action and Policy WHO Regional Office for Europe 10.A. - Round table: Transforming public health systems at large scale: no pain, no gain
Chairperson(s): Natasha Azzopardi Muscat (WHO EURO), Emilia Aragon De Leon (WHO EURO)

Large scale system transformation: Ukraine
Nataliia Piven (Ukraine)

Large scale public health system transformation: Germany
Elke Jakubowski (Germany)

Large scale public health system transformation: Ireland
Breda Smyth (Ireland)

Fri 15th
11:45-12:45
B. Revolutionizing Public Health and Healthcare: AI and Digital Health DG SANTE, European Commission 10.B. - The European Health Data Space (EHDS): A sea of change for health data in Europe
Chairperson(s): Jerome de Barros (Belgium)

Implementing the EHDS: lessons from the EHDS2 pilot
Mario Jendrossek (France)

How can the EHDS enable participatory healthcare?
Henrique Martins (Portugal)

What will the EHDS enable for research and policy-making?
Nienke Schutte (Belgium)

Fri 15th
11:45-12:45
C. Health Beyond Borders: Global Health Challenges and Sustainable Solutions Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare, Society for Social Medicine, Finland 10.C. - Scientific session: Shifting the focus of health and economic policies: Investing for sustainable health and well-being
Chairperson(s): Ilmo Keskimäki (Finland), Tea Lallukka (Finland)

Wellbeing Economy: Integrating Sustainability and Social Welfare
Otto Kyyrönen (Finland)

The potential of EU policies for achieving wellbeing economies
Caroline Costongs (EuroHealthNet)

How do health systems and health contribute to the sustainable development goals?
Luigi Siciliani (United Kingdom)

Fri 15th
11:45-12:45
D. Equity in Health: Bridging Gaps to Universal Coverage 10.D. - Oral presentations: Bridging the gap of health inequalities
Future patterns of health inequalities in the population of England to 2040: a microsimulation study
Ann Raymond (United Kingdom)

Empowering People Experiencing Homelessness for cancer prevention using the Health Navigator Model
Tobias Fragner (Austria)

The social gradient in institutional trust from 2011–2019 in the general population in Norway.
Camilla Ihlebaek (Norway)

Socio-geographical disparities in cardiometabolic multimorbidity in Sweden: results from SCAPIS
Kanya Anindya (Sweden)

Targeted initiatives to tackle health inequalities, integrating the Leeds Health and Care Workforce
Cara Gates (United Kingdom)

Fri 15th
11:45-12:45
E. Environmental Health: Innovating Policies and Practices European Burden of Disease Network 10.E. - Scientific session: Confronting the hidden risks: unveiling the disease burden of chemicals in Europe
Chairperson(s): Brecht Devleesschauwer (Belgium), Sara Monteiro Pires (Denmark)

Health consequences of harmful chemicals in foods: insights from the WHO Global Burden of Foodborne Disease Study
Lea Sletting Jakobsen (Denmark)

Feasibility of using comparative risk assessment for chemical burden of disease assessments
Dietrich Plass (Germany)

Large scale OECD health valuation study to estimate the economic benefits of chemical regulation
Irene Hu (France)

Environmental burden of disease related to pyrethroid-insecticide exposure and neurodevelopmental toxicity in Europe based on human biomonitoring
Anthony Purece (Belgium)

Evolution and future prospects in quantifying the chemical burden in Portugal
Ricardo Assunção (Portugal)

Fri 15th
11:45-12:45
F. Fostering our habitat: Climate Emergency, Urban Health Aletta Jacobs SPH, ASPHER, EUPHA-ENV, EUPHA-LAW, EUPHAnxt, Faculty of Public Health (UK), GNAPH 10.F. - Skills building seminar: How public health professionals can use the right to health to advance climate action and justice
Chairperson(s): John Middleton (ASPHER), Vlatka Matkovic (Belgium)

David Patterson (Netherlands)

Farhang Tahzib (EUPHA-ETH)

Fri 15th
11:45-12:45
G. Easing the Burden: Responding to the Threat of Chronic Diseases Food and Nutrition EUPHA Section, Health Promotion EUPHA Section, Digital Health EUPHA Section 10.G. - Practice session: Innovation technology to promote healthy lifestyles: teachings from multi-national EU funded projects
Chairperson(s): Eric Breton (France), Anna Odone (EUPHA-DH -IDC)

SWITCHtoHEALTHY: Switching Mediterranean Consumers to Mediterranean Sustainable Healthy Dietary Patterns
Alice Rosi (Italy)

UnDErstanding consumer food choices & promotion of healthy and sustainable Mediterranean diet and LIfestyle in Children and adolescents through behavIOUral change actionS: the DELICIOUS project
Giuseppe Grosso (EUPHA-FN)

A school-based intervention to foster adherence to the Mediterranean diet in adolescents: the PROMEDLIFE project
Cinzia Franchini (Italy)

A transnational movement to support the sustainable transition towards a healthy and Eco-friendly Agri-Food System through the promotion of MEDIET and its lifestyle in modern society: MEDIET4ALL
Achraf Ammar (Germany)

Fri 15th
11:45-12:45
H. Transforming Health Systems: Strength, Resilience, Efficacy Bielefeld University, School of Public Health; WHO European Regional Office Europe 10.H. - Round table: Transforming health systems in Europe to respond to the large-scale displacement from war in Ukraine
Chairperson(s): Kayvan Bozorgmehr (Germany), Martin McKee (United Kingdom)

Nino Berdzuli (Denmark)

Eilin Rast (Germany)

Akaki Zoidze (Georgia)

Fri 15th
11:45-12:45
I. Tackling Infectious Diseases: Epidemiology, Vaccines, Preparedness The National E-Infrastructure for Aging Research 10.I. - Scientific session: A National E-Infrastructure for Aging Research to Improve Public Health
Chairperson(s): Scott Hofer (Sweden), Ingrid Ekström (Sweden)

Temporal Trends in Dementia Incidence in Sweden: Insights from NEAR Data
Debora Rizzuto (Sweden)

Personality and Biomarkers of Neurodegeneration and Alzheimer’s Disease in Swedish Older Adults
Jonas Molinder (Sweden)

Characterizing Risk Profiles and Transitions across Living and Care Settings in Sweden
Susanna Gentili (Sweden)

Fri 15th
11:45-12:45
K. Empower and Educate: The Future of Health Literacy and Promotion Institute for Health Transformation, Deakin University / Health Promotion International 10.K. - Skills building seminar: Practical and methodological guidance for conducting online qualitative surveys.
Chairperson(s): Samantha Thomas (Australia)

Hannah Pitt (Australia)

Simone McCarthy (Australia)

Samantha Thomas (Australia)

Fri 15th
11:45-12:45
L. Health Policies: Engaging in Public Debates and Decision-Making 10.L. - Oral presentations: Health policies matter
Alcohol policy and alcohol-attributed disease burden in Finland and the Baltic countries 1995-2019.
Anastasia Månsson (Sweden)

What matters most to healthy older adults in treatment decision making: a discrete choice experiment.
Vera Hanewinkel (Netherlands)

A quantitative study on the impact of a new outdoor advertising restrictions policy in Bristol (UK)
Genevieve Buckland (United Kingdom)

What works to reduce regional health inequalities? A case of East vs West Germany post reunification
Julija Simpson (United Kingdom)

Reinterpreting the NRA’s Eddie Eagle GunSafe® program as a corporate political activity
May van Schalkwyk (United Kingdom)

Fri 15th
11:45-12:45
M. Mental Health Matters: Advancements in Public Mental Health JA ImpleMENTAL/EUPHA Public Mental Health Section 10.M. - Scientific session: JA ImpleMENTAL Abstract Workshop
Chairperson(s): Vasileia Konte (Greece), Jutta Lindert (EUPHA-PMH)

JA ImpleMENTAL Implementing the Belgian Best Practice on Community Mental Health system Reform.
Vasileia Konte (Greece)

Community mental health care in Croatia: Mobile team for psychosocial support in the community
Danijela Štimac Grbić (Croatia)

Improving cooperation between Hospital and the Community Mental Health Services of Nicosia
Lampros Samartzis (Cyprus)

Inclusive Life Projects for people with Serious Mental Disorder and/or addictions
Teresa Nicolás López (Spain)

Fri 15th
11:45-12:45
N. Caring for Our Next Generation: Equitable Health from Childhood to Adulthood Institute of Public Health of the University of Porto 10.N. - Scientific session: Gender and parenthood: short and long-term income, career, and health inequities
Chairperson(s): Teresa Leão (Portugal), Julian Perelman (Portugal)

The indirect costs of motherhood and fatherhood: impacts on income, working hours, and perceived health across 32 European countries
Teresa Leão (Portugal)

Differences in the work-family experience of mothers and fathers of a southern European country
Joana Amaro (Portugal)

The impact of parenthood on well-being: a qualitative study of mothers' and fathers' perceptions across European countries
Sofia Maia (Portugal)

The long-term impact of parenthood on women and men’s income in 26 European countries
Joana Moreno (Portugal)

Fri 15th
11:45-12:45
O. Inclusive Health: Addressing the Needs of Migrants, LGBTI, and Minorities Prolepsis Institute / Italian National Health Institute 10.O. - Scientific session: Breaking Barriers: Advancing Vaccine Access for Newly Arrived Migrants in Europe
Chairperson(s): Pania Karnaki (Greece), Silvia Declich (Italy)

Developing a structured framework to address vaccination barriers for Newly Arrived Migrants in EU/EEA
Silvia Declich (Italy)

Developing a tool to support vaccine literacy with a participatory approach: Glossary of essential terms on vaccinations
Arianna Bellini (Italy)

Paving the way for equitable and guaranteed access to vaccination for Newly Arrived Migrants
Nikoletta Papaevgeniou (Greece)

Vaccine literacy and cultural competence training of Professional FOR health to improve the vaccination offer
Maria Laura Russo (Italy)

Empowering Professionals For Health to promote Newly Arrived Migrant vaccination uptake
Pania Karnaki (Greece)

Fri 15th
11:45-12:45
P. Data-Driven: Assessments for Informed Policy-Making and Foresight WHO Regional Office for Europe; European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction; Infectious Diseases Control Section 10.P. - Scientific session: Improving health security and preparedness: are we leaving someone behind?
Chairperson(s): Lara Tavoschi (Italy), Nicola Cocco (Italy)

Are prison settings included in national preparedness plans?
WHO Regional Office for Europe Alves da Costa (WHO EURO)

Preparing for outbreaks of vaccine preventable diseases: why are prisons invisible?
Eamonn O'Moore (Ireland)

Towards better prepared prisons: monitoring and response to the use of new substances inside prison
Linda Montanari (Portugal)

Enhancing Data Quality through Electronic Health Records in Prison Settings: Towards a Learning Health System
Julia Bes (Netherlands)

Fri 15th
11:45-12:45
Q. Building Capacity: Learning and Ethics for the Health Workforce EUPHA Public Health Epidemiology 10.Q. - Scientific session: Evolving landscape of scientific publishing practices: implications for public health
Chairperson(s): Stefania Boccia (EUPHA-EPI), Alastair Leyland (EUPHA)

Growth and challenges in biomedical scientific publishing: the phenomenon of mega-journals
Angelo Maria Pezzullo (EUPHA-EPI)

Integrity and accountability in academic publishing: trends and implications of paper retractions and journal delistings
Angelica Valz Gris (Italy)

Commercialization of scientific misconduct: the challenge of paper mills
Anna Abalkina (Germany)

Fri 15th
11:45-12:10
X. Pecha Kucha European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies 10X1 - EU Markets Aligning with Health Systems? Everything you always wanted to know about EU-health policy
Chairperson(s): Matthias Wismar (European Observatory), Scott Greer (United States)

Dimitra Panteli (Belgium)

Eleanor Brooks (United Kingdom)

Nick Fahy (United Kingdom)

Fri 15th
12:20-12:45
X. Pecha Kucha CIRCE-JA consortium/European Commission (DG SANTE, HaDEA) 10X2 - Practice session: Strengthening primary health care through best practice transfer: the CIRCE-JA approach
Chairperson(s): Loukianos Gatzoulis (Belgium), Elena Petelos (EUPHA-HTA, EUPHA-GH)

Christos Lionis (Greece)

Ana M Carriazo (Spain)

Alice Borghini (Italy)

Radivoje Pribakovic (Slovenia)

Fri 15th
12:20-12:45
Y. Pecha Kucha Department of Public Health, Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam, the Netherlands on behalf of the WELLBASED consortium. 10Y1 - Scientific session: Energy poverty and public health: insights from the European WELLBASED project.
Chairperson(s): Amy van Grieken (Netherlands)

Valencia and the Right to Energy approach
Belen Costa Ruiz (Spain)

Transitions in heating systems and impact on perceived wellbeing: a qualitative study.
Hande Barlin (Türkiye)

Impact of the WELLBASED urban programs on health, well-being, and energy poverty.
Amy van Grieken (Netherlands)

Fri 15th
12:20-12:45
Y. Pecha Kucha The Health CASCADE Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network 10Y2 - Scientific session: Unlocking innovation: trustworthy co-creation for tackling complex public health challenges
Chairperson(s): Vinayak Anand-Kumar (Germany), Sebastien Chastin (United Kingdom)

Co-creation in public health: innovations and considerations
Danielle Agnello (United Kingdom)

Harnessing technology for co-creation: maximizing the collaborative potential
Quentin Loisel (United Kingdom)

Navigating co-creation dynamics: lessons from Denmark
Knud Ryom (Denmark)

Voices from the co-creators: perspectives on collaborative innovation
Lauren McCaffrey (United Kingdom)


Poster walks - Friday 15th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 15th
11:45-12:45
10.R. - Poster walk: Global health and One Health
10.R.1 - Enhancing One Health Surveillance: Advancing Early Disease Prediction Models in Animal Populations
Polychronis Kostoulas (Greece)

10.R.2 - Human-forest proximity and the risk infectious diseases in a changing world
Emanuele Massaro (Italy)

10.R.3 - Level of tobacco dependence and beliefs towards heated tobacco products
Barbara Gradowicz-Prajsnar (Poland)

10.R.4 - Communication of EU agricultural antibiotic use policies to farmers & implications for public health
Addiena Luke-Currier (Ireland)

10.R.5 - Evaluating mental health care initiatives after Ghana’s mental health act: a systematic analysis
Maria Fabiana Rizzieri (Switzerland)

10.R.6 - Global malaria vaccine research and community perception in Africa: a systematic review
Muhammad Chutiyami (Australia)

10.R.7 - Rabies epidemiology in the central of Tunisia: A Call for a One-Health Approach
Cyrine Ben Nasrallah (Tunisia)

10.R.8 - Sex-specific immune responses to COVID-19 vaccination in end-stage renal disease patients
Shanelle Gingras (Canada)

10.R.9 - CKD incidence, predictors & progression: African migrants vs. Non-Migrants (RODAM cohort study)
Charles Agyemang (Netherlands)

10.R.10 - Environmentally sustainable health and social care – A proposal for goals and steering for Finland
Pia Wulff (Finland)

10.R.11 - Ensuring impact beyond European funding: Sustainability in the Global Health Impact Joint Action
Lucia Rodriguez-Borlado Salazar (France)

10.R.12 - Beneficial clinical effects of honey from bees fed with specific plant extracts
Zsuzsa Emma Hajzer (Hungary)

10.R.13 - Risk factors for bicycle-related overtaking, rear-end, and door crashes in the United Kingdom
Chun-Chieh Chao (Taiwan)

10.R.14 - Scaling-up digital health financing technologies: Comparing Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda
Verena Struckmann (Germany)

10.R.15 - Consumption of low-calorie sweetened products and intakes of free sugar and energy among UK adults
Mathuramat Seesen (United Kingdom)

10.R.16 - Anaemia among breastfeeding adolescents in India: A pooled analysis of the NFHS data, 2005-2021
Sumit Ram (India)

Fri 15th
11:45-12:45
10.S. - Poster walk: Maternal, child and adolescent public health
10.S.1 - Prediction of overweight/obesity risk in adolescence using static and dynamic multi-exposure models
Susana Santos (Portugal)

10.S.2 - Nocturnal Artificial Light Exposure in Expectant Mothers and Risk of Congenital Glaucoma
Young Kook Kim (Korea, South)

10.S.3 - Supply of Alcohol in Early Childhood Leads to Higher Rates of Drinking in Adolescence
Albert Ksinan (Czechia)

10.S.4 - Declining trends of overweight and obesity in 4-year-olds during 2007-2022 in Northern Sweden
Johanna Kuisma Löfbom (Sweden)

10.S.5 - Diabetes, hypertension, and hospitalizations during pregnancy: a multivariate analysis
Vittorio Falcone (Italy)

10.S.6 - Use of intraoral mobile photography for screening of oral health in children
Lia Mania (Georgia)

10.S.7 - Unintended pregnancies in the context of intimate partner violence: Findings from the ELSA-Study
Petra J Brzank (Germany)

10.S.8 - Household survey on prevalence and risk factors of zero-dose and never-immunized children <2 years
Manaksha Memon (Pakistan)

10.S.9 - Effectiveness of strengthened breastfeeding support in the Danish health visiting programme
Henriette Knold Rossau (Denmark)

10.S.10 - Data-driven prediction of early language delay at Youth Health Care Services in the Netherlands
Polina Putrik (Netherlands)

10.S.11 - Maternal education and antenatal attendance in Georgia: A cohort study.
Waseem Saad (Georgia)

10.S.12 - Reduced physical activity in youth during the COVID-19 pandemic: systematic review and meta-analysis
Helena Ludwig-Walz (Germany)

10.S.13 - Persistent organic pollutants and developmental trajectories of ADHD symptoms: The Rhea cohort study
Chrysi Mouatsou (Greece)

10.S.14 - Adverse childhood experiences and socioeconomic circumstances in adolescent depressive symptomatology
Armine Abrahamyan (Portugal)

10.S.15 - Psychosomatic complaints at age 15-16 and subsequent depression and anxiety disorders
Joakim Wahlström (Sweden)

10.S.16 - An intergenerational study of mental health among parents and adolescents
Merete Labriola (Denmark)


Workshops - Friday 15th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 15th
14:00-15:00
A. Innovating Public Health: From Research to Action and Policy Sciensano, Université Catholique de Louvain, Universiteit Gent 11.A. - Scientific session: Overcoming Real-World Challenges in Setting up Health Data Linkages for Public Health Policy
Chairperson(s): Eduardo Bracho Montes de Oca (Belgium), Laura Int Panis (Belgium)

A cross-sectional study of data linkage and artificial intelligence practices across European countries
Hanna Tolonen (EUPHA-PHMR)

Framework for approaching federated causal inference based on real-world observational data sources
Nienke Schutte (Belgium)

Unraveling Social Health Inequalities during COVID-19 in Belgium: The Vital Role of Data Linkages
Laura Van den Borre (Belgium)

Fri 15th
14:00-15:00
B. Revolutionizing Public Health and Healthcare: AI and Digital Health 11.B. - Oral presentations: Innovations in AI for healthcare
The assessment of society’s acceptance of artificial intelligence use in healthcare
Paulina Smola (Poland)

Effect on comprehension of an AI patient-friendly hospital discharge letter: a quasi-RCT
Francesco Conrado (Italy)

Capability of ChatGPT to support the screening process of scoping reviews: A feasibility study
Kim Nordmann (Germany)

Applications of AI in public health: Improving access to high-quality evidence syntheses
Maureen Dobbins (Canada)

Artificial intelligence to predict estimates of physical activity in small geographic areas
Deborah Carvalho Malta (Brazil)

Fri 15th
14:00-15:00
C. Health Beyond Borders: Global Health Challenges and Sustainable Solutions 11.C. - Oral presentations: Insights from global health and social dynamics
Gender gap between countries of the WHO European Region - the long-time gap analyses
Umit Tleshova (Czechia)

Document Indigenous Food Ingredients in China through Youth Participation
Zeyuan Wang (Canada)

Bias analysis on socioeconomic status and lung cancer in a pooled international case-control study
Jan Hovanec (Germany)

Trend of Intimate partner violence before, during and after COVID-19 pandemic: evidence from Tanzania
Deogratius Bintabara (Tanzania)

Adverse childhood experiences and age-trajectories of depressive symptom for middle and older ages
Xuan Ren (United Kingdom)

Fri 15th
14:00-15:00
D. Equity in Health: Bridging Gaps to Universal Coverage Department of Occupational- and Social Medicine, Holbaek Hospital, Denmark and Department of Public Health, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. 11.D. - Scientific session: Participatory approaches and co-creation in complex interventions to reduce inequity in health
Chairperson(s): Vivian Rueskov Poulsen (Denmark), Maria Marti Castaner (Denmark)

Enhancing Health Literacy Among Disadvantaged Youth: A Participatory Approach in School Settings
Vivian Rueskov Poulsen (Denmark)

Co-creating the intervention ‘MAMAACT’ for improved care for pregnant migrant women in Denmark
Sarah Fredsted Villadsen (Denmark)

Carving out space for co-creation in implementation of evidence-based mental health interventions
Charlotte Thomsen (Denmark)

An integrated work health intervention among cleaners in Denmark
Ole Steen Mortensen (Denmark)

Fri 15th
14:00-15:00
E. Environmental Health: Innovating Policies and Practices Organiser: Working group of Comunity mental health of Italian Society of Hygiene and Preventive medicine. Co-organiser: Urban public health section of EUPHA 11.E. - Scientific session: Integrating environmental and health sciences for addressing climate and urban challenges
Chairperson(s): Giuseppe Di Martino (Italy), Laurent Chambaud (France)

Training and capacity building on the effects of climate change on health: a need to up-scaling
Laurent Chambaud (France)

Healthy design strategies to promote Urban Public Mental Health, according to the contemporary cities’ climate resilience and the SDGs’ challenges
Stefano Capolongo (EUPHA-URB)

Planetary Health: a public health answer to climate change and other Anthropocene challenges
Chiara Cadeddu (Netherlands)

Climate change perception and mental health: the public health perspective
Vincenza Gianfredi (Italy)

Fri 15th
14:00-15:00
F. Fostering our habitat: Climate Emergency, Urban Health Center for Systems and Community Design, City University of New York 11.F. - Scientific session: If we build it, will they come? Evaluation of citywide park redesign and renovation in NYC
Chairperson(s): Terry Huang (United States)

Association of park renovation with park use in New York City
Hanish Kodali (United States)

Frequent park use is associated with reduced stress after citywide park renovation
Rachel Thompson (United States)

Impact of park renovation on children’s quality of life in New York City
Houlin Hong (United States)

Fri 15th
14:00-15:00
G. Easing the Burden: Responding to the Threat of Chronic Diseases 11.G. - Pitch presentations: Cancer screening / Nutrition
Clinical recommendations for polygenic risk score-enhanced breast cancer screening: Can.Heal project
Abdelrahman Mahmoud Ahmed Abdelsamad Taha (Italy)

Vaginal self-sampling for HPV in the context of cervical cancer screening
Lauma Springe (Latvia)

Urinary artificial sweeteners and breast cancer risk in women from the Moli-sani Study
Marialaura Bonaccio (Italy)

Meal timing and risk of metabolic syndrome in the prospective French NutriNet-Santé biobank
Elena Obeid (France)

Exposure to food additive mixtures and type 2 diabetes risk in the NutriNet-Santé cohort
Marie Payen de la garanderie (France)

Can mobile apps facilitate more sustainable and healthier diets? A systematic review.
Esther Curtin (United Kingdom)

What is driving food insecurity risks in UK households with children?
Rosalyn Arnold (United Kingdom)

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on food choices among the working-age adult residents of Lithuania
Rokas Arlauskas (Lithuania)

Fri 15th
14:00-15:00
H. Transforming Health Systems: Strength, Resilience, Efficacy European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies 11.H. - Round table: Making the case for public investment in health
Chairperson(s): Rebecca Forman (United Kingdom), Jonathan Cylus ()

Rebecca Forman (United Kingdom)

Jonathan Cylus ()

Ilana Ventura (Austria)

Neville Calleja (Malta)

Fri 15th
14:00-15:00
I. Tackling Infectious Diseases: Epidemiology, Vaccines, Preparedness 11.I. - Oral presentations: Prevention and management of infectious diseases
Determinants of tuberculosis site among 1035 cases in Frankfurt, 2008-2023: does lineage matter?
Natalia Rachwal (Germany)

The 2021-2023 Italian influenza pandemic plan: a critical evaluation of its regional implementation
Marianna Riccio (Italy)

Relationship of serum vitamin D levels with atrial fibrillation incidence: The HUNT Study
Lin Jiang (Norway)

Humoral immunogenicity of yellow fever vaccine in children aged 2 years or younger: a meta-analysis
Pietro Ferrara (Italy)

Lessons learned and new approaches to stockpiling for public health emergencies.
Eimear Burke (Ireland)

Fri 15th
14:00-15:00
K. Empower and Educate: The Future of Health Literacy and Promotion EUPHA HL, EUPHA DH, EUPHA HP, EUPHA Ethics, EUPHA CAPH, London South Banks University, Technical University of Munich, WHO Collaborating Centre for Health Literacy 11.K. - Scientific session: Roots of public health: school health literacy to enhance population health outcomes in Europe
Chairperson(s): Catherine Jenkins (United Kingdom), Orkan Okan (EUPHA-HL)

Empirically exploring the association of health literacy with schoolchildren`s health behaviours
Emily Marchant (United Kingdom)

The influence of living environments on subjective health literacy in fourth-graders in Germany
Torsten Michael Bollweg (Germany)

Navigating the infodemic through digital health literacy education in schools
Denise Renninger (Germany)

Digital health literacy and health behaviour of schoolchildren: A representative study in Germany
Lisa Stauch (Germany)

Fri 15th
14:00-15:00
L. Health Policies: Engaging in Public Debates and Decision-Making Ecorys, EUPHA-PHPP, EUPHA-Public Health Economics 11.L. - Round table: Fiscal measures for building resilient European health systems
Chairperson(s): João Vasco Santos (EUPHA-ECO), Marleen Bekker (EUPHA-PHPP)

Kremlin Wickramasinghe (Denmark)

Krisztina Biró (Hungary)

Soila Karreinen (Finland)

Rana Orhan Pees (Netherlands)

Sara Cerdas (Belgium)

Fri 15th
14:00-15:00
M. Mental Health Matters: Advancements in Public Mental Health 11.M. - Oral presentations: Mental health, social security and work
Parental leave benefit levels and postpartum maternal mental health: a Swedish cohort study
Amy Heshmati (Sweden)

The role of mental health-related healthcare use in employment and benefits use after unemployment
Laura Salonen (Finland)

Joint associations of psychological distress and working conditions with sickness absence in Finland
Anna Svärd (Finland)

Antidepressant medication before and after exiting paid work: a population-based study from Sweden
Tea Lallukka (Finland)

Fri 15th
14:00-15:00
N. Caring for Our Next Generation: Equitable Health from Childhood to Adulthood 11.N. - Oral presentations: Health-related factors and impact
Maternal pre-gestational and gestational diabetes and risk of offspring epilepsy: A cohort study
M Zakir Hossin (Sweden)

Self-rated health in preadolescents as a predictor for prescription redemption and hospital contacts
Camilla Klinge Renneberg (Denmark)

Housing tenure and acute lower respiratory tract infection admissions in two Scottish birth cohorts.
Caroline Hart (United Kingdom)

Digital health and the use of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services among Swedish youth
Lovisa Hellsten (Sweden)

Fri 15th
14:00-15:00
O. Inclusive Health: Addressing the Needs of Migrants, LGBTI, and Minorities EUPHA Section Sexual and Gender Minority Health 11.O. - Scientific session: Mental Health Among Sexual and Gender Minority Populations in Diverse Structural Stigma Environments
Chairperson(s): Richard Bränström (EUPHA-SGMH), Arjan van der Star (EUPHA-SGMH)

Real-time exposure to negative news media and suicidal ideation intensity among LGBTQ young adults in a high-stigma US state
Kirsty Clark (United States)

The “noise” of suicide attempts – relating LGBTQ+-specific vs. non-specific factors
Andreas Pfister (Switzerland)

Multilevel Sexual Minority Stigma-Based Experiences and Mental Health Among U.S. Sexual Minority Adults: A Socio-Ecological Longitudinal Moderated Mediation Analysis
Arjan van der Star (EUPHA-SGMH)

The mental health impacts of othering LGBTQ+ in Rwanda and Kenya: a mixed methods exploration
Kristefer Stojanovski (United States)

Fri 15th
14:00-15:00
P. Data-Driven: Assessments for Informed Policy-Making and Foresight National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), Netherlands; European Commission; WHO Europe; Carlos III Health Institute (ISCIII), Spain; National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ), Slovenia 11.P. - Scientific session: Behavioural Science of Emergency Preparedness across Europe
Chairperson(s): Tiina Likki (Denmark)

A behavioural perspective on pandemic preparedness
Saskia Euser (Netherlands)

The state of pandemic preparedness in four European countries
Maria João Forjaz (Spain)

A scenario study on disaster preparedness behaviours
Colin Kuehnhanss (Belgium)

WHO Regional Office for Europe Behavioural and Cultural Insights Unit qualitative studies with refugees from Ukraine, May 2022-September 2023
Martha Scherzer (Denmark)

Citizen’s perspective on pandemic preparedness
Sumit Mehra (Netherlands)

Fri 15th
14:00-15:00
Q. Building Capacity: Learning and Ethics for the Health Workforce EUPHA ethics in public health; Global Network for Academic Public Health; UK Faculty of public health; ASPHER 11.Q. - Round table: A Guide for creating a code of ethics for public health professionals and institutions
Chairperson(s): Farhang Tahzib (EUPHA-ETH), Mary Codd (Ireland)

Kasia Czabanowska (ASPHER)

Peter Schröder-Bäck (EUPHA-ETH)

Jim Thomas (United States)

Paul Athanasopoulos (United Kingdom)

Lena Strohmaier (Netherlands)


Poster walks - Friday 15th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 15th
14:00-15:00
11.R. - Poster walk: Social security, work and health
11.R.1 - Alcohol intake and patterns of multi-site musculoskeletal pain in the British Whitehall II study
Ziyi Zhao (United Kingdom)

11.R.2 - Monitoring generic symptoms of long-term sick-listed employees during the return-to-work process
Alice Laganga (Netherlands)

11.R.3 - Novel approach to combining interview and register data – Case: social security and pediatric cancer
Ella Näsi (Finland)

11.R.4 - Health as predictor of unemployment. A population based study in Belgium
Helena Bruggeman (Belgium)

11.R.5 - Work disability index- a new national tool in describing trends in regional differences
Riitta Luoto (Finland)

11.R.6 - Health care and social benefits among long-term unemployed
Sanna Kärkkäinen (Finland)

11.R.7 - Sick-leave trajectories among people sickness absent with stress-related diagnoses; cohort studies
Katalin Gemes (Sweden)

11.R.8 - The relationship between mental health and employment: a systematic review of cohort studies
Helena Bruggeman (Belgium)

11.R.9 - Analysis of survival of malignant pleural mesothelioma cases in the Abruzzo regional register
Fabrizio Cedrone (Italy)

11.R.10 - Longitudinal associations of daily activities and presenteeism among teleworkers in Japan
Yuichiro Otsuka (Japan)

11.R.11 - LGBTQ+ workplace discrimination experiences and self-rated health in South Korea
Jimin Sung (United States)

11.R.12 - Subtle Biases Towards a New Colleague Depend on Sexual Orientation and Relationship Status
Nikola Komlenac (Austria)

11.R.13 - Deployment of in-body wearable devices in healthcare and at work: closing the EU regulatory gap
Maria Eva Foldes (Netherlands)

11.R.14 - Demographic, socioeconomic and lifecourse risk-factors for internalized weight stigma
Amanda Hughes (United Kingdom)

11.R.15 - Workplace health promotion in the German Federal Armed Forces-Economic analysis and health benefits
Sabine Ludwig (Germany)

Fri 15th
14:00-15:00
11.S. - Poster walk: Digital health and Artificial Intelligence 2
11.S.1 - Marketing or health promotion? A citizen science study of social media influencers’ health content.
Sascha Gell (Austria)

11.S.2 - Exploring Electronic Personal Health Record usage in Northern Italy: a cross-sectional study
Anastasia Cataldo (Italy)

11.S.3 - Managing a 4000-participant cohort with a novel mobile app: data from the RisCoin study in Germany
Ana Zhelyazkova (Germany)

11.S.4 - Predicting hospital readmission in multimorbid patients with the use of AI: A systematic review
Yara Zain (United Kingdom)

11.S.5 - A Multi-Modal Approach for A Healthier Weight and More Active Lifestyle
Bertha Ochieng (United Kingdom)

11.S.6 - Health Empowerment Elements and Conversational Agents
Maryam Nawaz (Ireland)

11.S.7 - Dual-tiered insights: cross-examining entities in free text electronic health records
Salem ElHassan (United Kingdom)

11.S.8 - Eigenvector centrality signifies antidepressants as a central hub of the co-medication network
Aly Lamuri (Netherlands)

11.S.9 - Evolution of online health-related information seeking in France from 2010 to 2023
Axelle Quiviger (France)

11.S.10 - Public views on open data health research in Switzerland: Implications for research and policy
Paola Daniore (Switzerland)

11.S.11 - Prediction of mental health risk in adolescents via a smartphone app: a feasibility pilot study
Aglaia Freccero (United Kingdom)

11.S.12 - Can a zero-shot learning Large Language Model code complex interview data?
Elias Balt (Netherlands)

11.S.13 - EvalDepApps: EvalDepApps: How to evaluate depression management based on evidence and end users
Noemí Robles (Spain)

11.S.14 - Strategies to advancing digital health equity: perspectives from underserved groups.
Sarah Wilson (United Kingdom)

11.S.15 - Accessibility engineering in the mhealth industry - A multi-case study
Katharina Hasenlust (Germany)

11.S.16 - The physician-AI relationship: partnering for precision medicine via clinical decision support
Hadar Samuel (Israel)


Plenary session - Friday 15th Nov

Time (CET) / Location Track Organiser Activity
Fri 15th
15:15-16:00
EPH Conference CC - Closing Ceremony