7 Jul 2016, Φ EUPHA 2016: Workshops update

As posted on 16 June, the 9th European Public Health Conference (EUPHA and Österreichische Gesellschaft für Public Health) takes place in Vienna, 9–12 Nov 2016, https://ephconference.eu/ / Wie am 16.6. geposted, erfolgt die 9. Europäische Public Health-Konferenz (EUPHA und Österreichische Gesellschaft für Public Health) in Wien, 9 –12.11.2016, https://ephconference.eu/.

Presentations in our workshops / Beiträge der von hiesiger Seite vorbereiteten Workshops


Workshop: Health assessments in support of decision-making / Gesundheitsanalysen zur Unterstützung von Entscheidungsfindung

Organizers: EUPHA HIA section; EUPHA Health Services Research section; EUPHA Public Health Economics section; EUPHA Public Health Practice & Policy section; WHO

This is the third workshop in a series dealing with governance-supporting health assessments, preceded by “Health Technology Assessment and Health Impact Assessment – Two key examples of health assessment” at the 7th EPH conference, Glasgow 2014 and “Health assessments: Status and perspectives of basic and advanced approaches” at the 8th EPH conference, Milano 2015 / Dritter Workshop einer Serie über governance-unterstützende Gesundheitsanalysen, nach “Health Technology Assessment and Health Impact Assessment – Two key examples of health assessment” bei der 7. EPH-Konferenz, Glasgow 2014 und “Health assessments: Status and perspectives of basic and advanced approaches” bei der 8. EPH-Konferenz, Mailand 2015.

  • Judith de Jong (NIVEL, Utrecht, NL): Health Systems Performance Assessment
  • Tek-Ang Lim (InVS, Saint-Maurice, F): Do economic evaluations add value to health assessments in the decision-making process?
  • Tim Nguyen (WHO Europe, Copenhagen, DK): Evidence-informed Policy-making – Where is the place for health assessments?
  • Marleen Bekker (Radboud U & Maastricht U, Maastricht, NL): Fostering receptive policy settings for Health Assessments: power, process, and personality
  • Martin Mengel1, Katarzyna M. Czabanowska2 (1 Agence de Medecine Préventive, Paris, F; 2 Maastricht U, Maastricht, NL): Public health leadership and training opportunities for health assessments.

Dyadic Workshop: Health impact quantification for a culture of „foresight”? / Zweiteiliger Workshop: Quantifizierung gesundheitlicher Auswirkungen als Beitrag zu vorausschauender Umsicht?

Organizer: EUPHA section Health Impact Assessment (HIA) – In cooperation with U Bielefeld, Department of Public Health, Section Environmental Health / In Zusammenarbeit mit der Arbeitsgruppe Umwelt und Gesundheit, Fakultät Gesundheitswissenschaften, U Bielefeld

Part 1

  • A Jaccard, L Webber (UK Health Forum, London, UK): Modelling the economics of chronic disease with the EConDA tool and the UKHF microsimulation model
  • L Veerman (U Queensland, Brisbane, QLD, Australia): Risk factor modelling with the Proportional Multi-State Life Table model
  • R Friedrich (U Stuttgart, Stuttgart, DE): Integrated environmental impact assessment with ECOSENSE – the impact pathway approach
  • M Wolfson (U Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada): Assessing Cancer Control Initiatives in Canada – the Role of CRMM.

Part 2

  • O’Flaherty (U Liverpool, Liverpool, UK): Modelling the effect of food and smoking policies on the unequal distribution of the burden of coronary heart disease: IMPACT models [pending]
  • O Mekel1, R Fehr2 (1 Department of Health Data and Analyses, Health Care System, NRW Centre for Health / Fachbereich Gesundheitsdaten und -analysen, Versorgungsstrukturen, Landeszentrum Gesundheit Nordrhein-Westfalen, Bielefeld & Bochum, DE; 2 School of Public Health / Fakultät Gesundheitswissenschaften, Universität Bielefeld, Bielefeld, DE): If your mission includes „foresight“, efficient modeling tools are needed
  • D A Sarigiannis1,2,3, SP Karakitsios1,2, A Gotti1,3, E Handakas1, K Papadaki1 (1 Department of Chemical Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 54124, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2 Chemical Process and Energy Resources Institute, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Thessaloniki, 57001, Greece, 3 Environmental Health Engineering, Institute for Advanced Study, 27100 Pavia, Italy): The exposome and Health Impact Assessment
  • C Hornberg, R Fehr (School of Public Health / Fakultät Gesundheitswissenschaften, Universität Bielefeld, Bielefeld, DE): Modeling of health and disease in support of governance and decision-making – Conclusions.

Workshop: Reducing the Health & Environment footprint of European Public Health conferences? / Gesundheits- und umweltfreundlichere Gestaltung der Europäischen Public Health-Konferenzen?

Organizers: EUPHA section Health Impact Assessment (HIA), EUPHA section Environment Related Disease (ERD)

  • N Kuenzli, MS Ragettli, M Röösli (Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute; Swiss School of Public Health, Basel, CH):“Greening” conferences – Experiences from the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE)
  • H-H Eggers, D Huth, K Stechemesser, M Tobollik (Department of Ecodesign, Eco-Labelling and Environmentally friendly Procurement, German Federal Environmental Agency (UBA), Dessau/Berlin, DE): Guideline for a sustainable organization of events – Theory and practice
  • R Fehr1, P van den Hazel2, P Martin-Olmedo3, M Martuzzi4, O Mekel5, G Morris6 (1 Universität Bielefeld, Bielefeld, DE; 2 Public Health Services Gelderland-Midden, Arnhem, NL; 3 Escuela Andaluza de Salud Pública, Granada, ES; 4 Environment and Health Intelligence and Forecasting Programme, European Center for Environment and Health, World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe, Bonn, DE; 5 Gesundheitsdaten und -analysen, NRW Center for Health, Bielefeld/Bochum, DE; 6 European Centre for Environment and Human Health, University of Exeter Medical School, Exeter, UK): Footprint reduction: What can we learn from related initiatives within, e.g., the United Nations, World Health Organization, European Commission, and European Environment Agency?