Programme - list

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

17:00 – 17:50

SNT: Opera Hall
Opening Ceremony

17:50 – 18:35

SNT: Opera Hall
Plenary Lecture 1 - Amanda Howe

Chair: Michaela Macháčová

ID: 1246
The common touch’ - how understanding our own humanity helps us to empower others
Amanda Howe

Thursday, June 27, 2019

08:30 – 09:45

SNT: Opera Hall
OP: 1.07. IT: GP practice - Can the GP still remain humanistic?, 2.08. Education and professional development and 2.14. Information and technology

Chair: Ton Drenthen, Katarina Dostálová

ID: 1211
Electronic health records in Greece.Heading to the future?
ALEXANDRA TSIPOU
ID: 1153
Don`t worry be happy - Let’s heal humanly and electronically
Michaela Macháčová
ID: 467
Design and development of a mobile app for diabetic patients for the D²Rwanda study
Charilaos (Harris) Lygidakis
ID: 889
The effects of a public website with evidence based patient information: GP@home as an example
Freya Burgers
Annemieke Schaafstra

08:30 – 09:45

SNT: Drama Hall
OP: 1.02. Public health, 2.02. Primary care financing, 2.03. Family medicine and 2.04. Practice organization

Chair: Niek de Wit, Radost Asenova

ID: 297
Estimating the cost of improving patient experience in General Practice: a cross-sectional analysis
Veline L'Esperance
ID: 260
Out-of-hours primary care in European countries: an overview of different models
Martijn Rutten
Marleen Smits
ID: 875
Organization of out-of-hours primary care in the EU: let's do it better
Paul Giesen
ID: 879
Why students rarely choose family medicine for their future career path?
Aigerima Aralbaeva

08:30 – 09:45

SNT: Blue Lounge
W: 3.03. Respiratory problems (IPCRG)
ID: 701
WORKSHOP: Chronic Obstructive Respiratory Disease 2019. Challenges based on new evidence
Ioanna Tsiligianni
Jaime Correia de Sousa
Miguel Román Rodríquez

08:30 – 09:45

SNT: Studio
W: 2.12. Cross-cultural medicine (EURIPA)
ID: 1150
WORKSHOP: Traditional vs. school medicine in rural locations - "friends with benefits", part 3
Oleg V. Kravtchenko

08:30 – 09:45

Sheraton: Ballroom I
W: 2.08. Education and professional development (EURACT)
ID: 265
WORKSHOP: Educational Training Requirements for GP training: what does it mean in practice?
Chloé Delacour
Roar Maagaard

08:30 – 09:45

Sheraton: Ballroom II
W: EUROPREV & Vasco da Gama Movement
ID: 93
WORKSHOP: Breast cancer screening in Europe: from reality to evidence – EUROPREV & Vasco da Gama Movement workshop
Rosália Páscoa
Carlos Martins

08:30 – 09:45

Sheraton: Connections I
W: 2.15. Ethics and law (WONCA WP on Ethical Issues)
ID: 285
WORKSHOP: Ethical Challenges of Sharing Information through Electronic Health Records
Tania Moerenhout

08:30 – 09:45

Sheraton: Connections II
W: 3.17. Emergencies and trauma
ID: 246
WORKSHOP: Recreational drugs Escape Room. Skill-building training of the approach to recreational drug´s intoxication in the prehospital settings and ED
Elena Klusova Noguiná
Rocío García-Gutierrez Gómez
Juan María Rodríguez Martínez
Miriam Rey Seoane
Guillermo García Martínez

08:30 – 09:45

Cinema City: Hall 1
OP: 3.03. Respiratory problems

Chair: Berard Gay, Rado Antoš

ID: 278
Acute respiratory infections and their immunomodulatory treatment options
Iveta Malíková
ID: 280
Effects of optimal asthma care for children; collaboration between primary and secondary care
Ingrid Looijmans
ID: 654
Challenges in respiratory infections in primary care
Panagiotis Andriopoulos
Lamprini Tina
Maria Tsironi

08:30 – 09:45

Cinema City: Hall 2
W: 2.07. Research in general practice
ID: 844
WORKSHOP: Workshop "Writing for publication - Meet the editors for tips and tricks!"
Jelle Stoffers
An De Sutter

08:30 – 09:45

Cinema City: Hall 6
OP: 3.01. Prevention and health promotion

Chair: Salman Rawaf, Peter Pekarovič

ID: 1205
What troubles our patients?
Beata Blahova
ID: 1199
Benefits in health education of immigrant pediatric population.
TEDDY WEIMAR CORDOVA IRUSTA
ID: 1171
Red eye reflex - Prevention at a glance
Filipa Granado
ID: 943
Fighting cervical cancer – implementation of a new organized screening program in greater lisbon area
Joana Reis
ID: 941
Impact of alcoholism in the immunologic system and its association with respiratory infections - can we prevent it?
Joana Veloso Gomes

08:30 – 09:45

Cinema City: Hall 7
OP: 1.03. Sexually transmitted dieseases, 2.08. Education and professional development and 3.01. Prevention and health promotion

Chair: Aaron Poppleton, Martin Seifert

ID: 950
The Immunization Working Group (IWG) - SIG of the National Society of Family Medicine in Romania - the first seven years
Sandra Adalgiza Alexiu
ID: 1017
Positive results after intense campaigns of antibiotic stewardship in family medicine in Romania
Sandra Adalgiza Alexiu
ID: 1053
Deprescribing training in Turin
pier riccardo rossi
ID: 1207
Lifestyle medicine: A new perspective in Primary Health Care
Vasileios Stoukas
Emanuela Mercore
ID: 500
PrEP - can one pill a day keep HIV away?
Stuart Holmes

08:30 – 09:45

Cinema City: Hall 9
W: 1.02. Public health (WONCA WP on Mental Health)
ID: 129
WORKSHOP: Mental disorders in primary care: practical guidance from the WONCA Working Party for Mental Health. Focus on dementia and frailty
Christos Lionis
Ferdinando Petrazzuoli
Venetia Young

09:45 – 10:00

SNT: Opera Hall
Break

10:00 – 10:45

SNT: Opera Hall
Plenary Lecture 2 - Bohumil Seifert

Chair: Jana Bendová

ID: 1248
A balanced approach to patients with functional somatic disorders
Bohumil Seifert

10:45 – 11:15

SNT: Opera Hall
Coffee Break

11:15 – 12:30

SNT: Opera Hall
WONCA Europe Open Meeting

Panelist: Radoslav Herda, Anna Stavdal, Andree Rochfort, Pramendra Prasad Gupta

Moderator: Harris Lygidakis

ID: 1256
WONCA Europe Open Meeting: The primary care at a digital crossroads
Clayton Hamilton
Nick Guldemond

11:15 – 12:30

SNT: Drama Hall
W: 3.02. Cardiovascular diseases (EPCCS)
ID: 143
European Primary Care Cardiovascular Society (EPCSS) Symposium 1: International Hypertension guidelines – where do they vary and what should we agree in primary care?
Carlos Brotons
James Sheppard
Richard Hobbs
Christos Lionis

11:15 – 12:30

SNT: Blue Lounge
W: 2.08. Education and professional development (EURACT)
ID: 697
WORKSHOP: Continuing Medical Education: a view from EURACT on transfer, motivation and andragogy?
Jette Maria Elbroend
Jáchym Bednář

11:15 – 12:30

SNT: Studio
W: 1.07. IT: GP practice - Can the GP still remain humanistic?
ID: 112
WORKSHOP: How to preserve the human side of medicine
Patrick Tabouring

11:15 – 12:30

Sheraton: Ballroom I
W: 2.07. Research in general practice (EGPRN)
ID: 102
WORKSHOP: Research in Family Medicine Strengths and weaknesses in Family Medicine research
Peter Torzsa
Thomas Frese
Prof. Christos Lionis
Ayse Caylan

11:15 – 12:30

Sheraton: Ballroom II
W: 2.03. Family medicine (SIG Complexities in Health)
ID: 1237
WORKSHOP: What makes General Practice/ Family Medicine Complex?
Joachim Sturmberg

11:15 – 12:30

Sheraton: Connections I
W: 2.05. Consultation skills
ID: 391
WORKSHOP: Nonverbal communication: techniques for improving doctor-patient encounters
Teresa Rodrigues
Ana Marques Pinho
Ana Rita Aguiar
Joana Fiúza
Inês Pintalhão
Marta Tavares da Costa
A. Catarina Ribeiro
Teresa Maria Sousa

11:15 – 12:30

Sheraton: Connections II
W: 3.20. Oncology and palliative care (SIG on Cancer and Palliative Care)
ID: 661
WORKSHOP: Cancer care by general practitioners
Annette Berendsen
Daan Brandenbarg
Saskia Accord-Maass
Geertje Liemburg

11:15 – 12:30

Cinema City: Hall 1
W: 3.15. Mental health
ID: 6
WORKSHOP: Assessing patients with mental health using the Global Mental Health Assessment Tool for Primary Care
Bennett Quinn
Vimal Sharma

11:15 – 12:30

Cinema City: Hall 2
OP: 2.07. Research in general practice and 2.09. Undergraduate teaching

Chair: Val Wass, Kateřina Javorská

ID: 369
Person-centered care: developing a national consensus for teaching social prescribing across the UK
Daisy Kirtley
ID: 151
The Swedish National research school in general practice - building bridges to lift a specialty
Carl Ostgren
ID: 156
Development of a national research agenda for general practice
Jako Burgers
ID: 648
VADE MECUM WORKSHOP: Research and educational projects focused on General Practice
Lyubima Despotova-Toleva
ID: 658
How to write a good research proposal
Hamda Khansaheb

11:15 – 12:30

Cinema City: Hall 5
OP: 3.09. Geriatric care, 3.11. Infectious diseases and 3.20. Oncology and palliative care

Chair: Eva Hudobová, Stanislav Konštacký

ID: 1034
Thyroid cancer after Chernobyl Accident
Victoria Tkachenko
Yaroslava Rimar
ID: 229
The relationship between body weight and health-related quality of life among Korean cancer survivors
Na Lee Park
ID: 289
What does CRP-testing add to the doctor´s clinical suspicion of pneumonia in primary care?
Anna Moberg
ID: 448
Advance care planning at nursing homes in Sweden from the perspective of physicians and nurses
Lisa Kastbom
ID: 688
Implementing Frailty Screening In A Community Hospital in Singapore
Jeffrey Jiang Song'en

11:15 – 12:30

Cinema City: Hall 6
OP: 1.06. Gender issues, 3.15. Mental health, 3.17. Emergencies and trauma and 3.19. Occupational health

Chair: Ilse Hellemann, Beata Blahova

ID: 184
Undiagnosed bipolar disorder in patients treated for major depression in primary care
Jonathan Silva
ID: 212
“A doctor with benefit“: The actual state of psychosomatic care in Czech general practice
Martin Seifert
ID: 637
Family doctors as patients: how they behave and which are the issues to improve
MARIA PILAR ASTIER PEÑA
ID: 816
Gender discrimination in medicine: it is not just about women
Yusianmar Mariani Borrero
Elena Klusova
Alessio Platania
Nina Monteiro
Ana Nunes Barata
ID: 219
Mass casualty incidents - time to engage. Role of Family Doctor in a comprehensive approach to a catastrophe.
Elena Klusova Noguiná
Miriam Rey Seoane
Isabel Jimenez Camps

11:15 – 12:30

Cinema City: Hall 7
OP: 3.09. Geriatric care and 2.13. Integrated care

Chair: Eva Jurgova, Dimitrios Karanasios

ID: 740
Comprehensive assessment of a frail elderly person in primary care
Maria José Correia
ID: 299
Experience of informal caregivers while caring for elderly with mental disorders: external and internal needs
Ausrine Kontrimiene
ID: 636
Falls in older people: impact, consequences and preventive aproach.
Ana Cachola
ID: 519
Vitamin supplementation in the elderly
Madalena Monteiro
ID: 508
Survival and prognosis of dizziness in general practice: a 10-year prospective cohort study
Vincent van Vugt

11:15 – 12:30

Cinema City: Hall 8
OP: 1.02. Public health, 1.06. Gender issues and 3.09. Geriatric care

Chair: David Halata, Sebastian Huter

ID: 475
The Zi diagnoses thesaurus for primary care: A mapping tool between ICD-10 and ICPC-2
Sebastian Carnarius
ID: 918
Gender-specific differences in working hours and income among German primary care providers
Steffen Terbrueggen
ID: 273
Interest in caring for geriatric patients among family medicine residents
Lesca Hadley
ID: 606
Proactive primary care for frail elderly: Qualitative evaluation of a new comprehensive assessment-tool
Magnus Nord

11:15 – 12:30

Cinema City: Hall 9
W: 1.07. IT: GP practice - Can the GP still remain humanistic? (EUROPREV)
ID: 1230
WORKSHOP: Guidelines and mindlines in family medicine practice
Mateja Bulc
John Cox

12:30 – 13:00

Sheraton: Ballroom I
Lunch Break

12:30 – 13:30

Sheraton: Connection I
Lunch Break

12:45 – 13:30

Sheraton: Ballroom II
Industry sponsored symposium

13:00 – 14:40

Sheraton: Ballroom I
EASO Obesity Management Task Force - Obesity Teaching Course - Session 1

13:30 – 14:15

SNT: Opera Hall
Plenary Lecture 3 - Richard Hobbs

Chair: Michaela Macháčová

ID: 1247
Is primary care research important?
Richard Hobbs

14:15 – 14:30

SNT: Opera Hall
Break

14:30 – 15:45

SNT: Opera Hall
OP: 1.02. Public health

Chair: Norbert Kral, Patrick Ouvrard

ID: 477
Sad or sick? A qualitative research about the way GPs are dealing with sadness complaints among young adults
Eva van Dijk
ID: 478
Podcasting in Primary Care. Azusalud experience
Paula Sanchez-Seco Toledano
ID: 529
Validation of the WAST questionnaire for the Primary Care population that suggest changes in its application.
Raquel Gomez Bravo
ID: 290
Describing rural medical education across Europe: identifying the good practice and the gaps
Silke Brenne
Susan Höhne
Markus Herrmann
Jane Randall-Smith

14:30 – 15:45

SNT: Drama Hall
W: 3.04. Digestive problems (ESPCG)
ID: 785
WORKSHOP: Gastroenterology in primary care: State of the art 2019
Juan Mendive
Bohumil Seifert
Niek de Wit
jean Murris
Christos Lionis

14:30 – 15:45

SNT: Blue Lounge
W: 2.12. Cross-cultural medicine (VdGM)
ID: 620
WORKSHOP: VdGM Exchanges: Primary Care Without Borders
Claire Marie Thomas
Nina Monteiro
Rianne van Vliet

14:30 – 15:45

SNT: Studio
W: 2.01. Primary care policy
ID: 739
WORKSHOP: Reorientation on core values and core tasks of general practice in the Netherlands
Henriette van der Horst

14:30 – 15:45

Sheraton: Ballroom II
W: 2.08. Education and professional development (Working Party on Research)
ID: 31
WORKSHOP: How to write and how to publish – a practical workshop
Mehmet Akman
Karen Flegg
Felicity Goodyear Smith

14:30 – 15:45

Sheraton: Connections I
W: 2.14. Information and technology (Working Party on e-Health)
ID: 85
WORKSHOP: eHealth and Telemedicine: its Usage, Benefits for Betterment of Primary Healthcare in Resource Constrained Low and Middle Income Countries
Pramendra Prasad Gupta
Karen Kinder
Harris Lygidakis

14:30 – 15:45

Cinema City: Hall 1
OP: 3.09. Geriatric care and 3.16. Musculosceletal problems

Chair: Mohamed Farghaly, Vildan Mevsim

ID: 973
Risk of osteoporosis in rheumatoid arthritis
Rodica Narcisa Tanasescu
ID: 841
Knee in primary care
Sandrine Dias
Filipa Vale
Sara Fernandes
Inês Conde
Diana Pires
Joana Silva

14:30 – 15:45

Cinema City: Hall 2
W: 2.08. Education and professional development
ID: 859
WORKSHOP: Arts and humanities in continuous professional development and medical education for family medicine
Andrée Rochfort
Josep Vilaseca,

14:30 – 15:45

Cinema City: Hall 5
OP: 1.07. IT: GP practice - Can the GP still remain humanistic?, 3.01. Prevention and health promotion, 3.09. Geriatric care and 3.11. Infectious diseases

Chair: Mihai Iacob, Oleg Kravtchenko

ID: 311
Preventative and holistic health and social care in City and Hackney: the development of Neighbourhoods
Tehseen Khan
ID: 139
Evidence-based protocol for assessment of risk of dependency after stroke: a challenge for health and social care planning
Juan Ballesta-Ors
ID: 111
The human involvement of general practitioners in rare diseases
Patrick Tabouring
ID: 356
Healthcare-associated infection – raising problem in hospital and outpatient care
Lucia Kukučková
ID: 344
Fundamentals of quality improvement and enhancing professional satisfaction
David Moores

14:30 – 15:45

Cinema City: Hall 6
OP: 1.06. Gender issues, 2.08. Education and professional development and 2.13. Integrated care

Chair: Marika Dědinová, Vanja Lazic

ID: 591
Proposal of a curriculum for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex health issues in primary care
Zehra Dagli
ID: 571
Teenage pregnancy: from social phenomenon to possible interventions
Clarissa Garcia Custodio
ID: 472
Transgender people’s reasons for visiting their general practitioner: a cross-sectional study in France
Maud Garnier
ID: 562
Violence and women mental health: what general practitioner can do? WWPWFM workshop
Victoria Tkachenko
Donata Kurpas
Nil Tekin
ID: 341
What every family doctor should know about minority stress
Piotr Kudłacz
Stuart Holmes
Julien Artigny

14:30 – 15:45

Cinema City: Hall 7
OP: 1.04. Tobacco, alcohol and drugs, 1.06. Gender issues, 1.07. IT: GP practice - Can the GP still remain humanistic? and 3.04. Digestive problems

Chair: Tomáš Kolonyi, Pavlo Kolesnyk

ID: 227
Is alcohol risk reduction doable in GP office visits in the French context? Crossing GP and patient perspectives
Géraldine Bloy
ID: 389
The correlation between problematic Internet use and sleep disorders in lebanese adolescents
Grace Abi Rizk
ID: 194
Drug facilitated sexual assault : an emerging reality in the context of gender violence
Maria Yolanda Valpuesta Martin
ID: 379
Is doing sport really healthy? Hepatotoxicity of anabolic steroids
Radovan Juricek
ID: 563
Psychosocial determinants, chronic diseases and quality of life
Spiridon Klinis

14:30 – 15:45

Cinema City: Hall 8
OP: 3.20. Oncology and palliative care and 3.21. Traditional and alternative medicine

Chair: Stanislava Bachledova, Ana Nunes Barata

ID: 307
Quality of palliative care in five health centers in The Netherlands
Hanneke Smits-Pelser
ID: 921
Effects of a structured care path from general practice after cancer diagnosis; results on patient reported outcomes and healthcare utilization
ietje Perfors
ID: 409
What does evidence-based medicine says about wet cupping
Suat Sincan
ID: 838
Non-pharmacological therapies in chronic pain
Kelly Patricia Baldeón Cuenca
Shan He
Mileydy Paredes Millán
Aliki Traianou

14:30 – 15:45

Cinema City: Hall 9
W: 3.05. Diabetes and metabolic problems (PCDE)
ID: 1229
WORKSHOP: Initiating insuline therapy in primary care: a practical approach ( PCDE WS)
Pinar Topsever
Samuel Seidu

14:30 – 15:45

SNT: 1S5M presentations
1S5M: 1. Global issues and 2. Discipline and profession

Chair: Cemal Kavasogullari, Jáchym Bednář

ID: 526
Understanding the aching brain – pain neuropathways and biology
Pedro Teixeira
Mafalda Coelho
Vasco Freire
ID: 572
Z generation and internet addiction disorder
Ana Rita Jesus Brochado
ID: 653
Legislative and operational status of migrant populations hotspots in European Union
Panagiotis Andriopoulos
ID: 1029
Inspiration to learn: WHO and Antibiotic Stewardship
Ozden Gokdemir
ID: 1177
Forensic cases and tea burns in a university hospital's policlinic
M Gökhan Eminsoy
ID: 1226
Acceptance of renewable sources of energy among Polish adults and irritation of those living in rural areas near wind farms
Bozena Mroczek
ID: 116
An internship in primary care in India - What volunteering in a developing country can teach us about being family physicians?
Sara dos Santos Ferreira
ID: 913
“Specialization of General Health” in Turkey in 1947: Is it the first recognized specialization of Family Medicine in the world?
Tarik Eren Yilmaz
ID: 1052
Primary Care: What we have faced in a year?
Ozden Gokdemir
ID: 1042
Z-Chapters (social problems) ICPC-2 classification - a retrospective study in a primary health care unit
Natalina Rodrigues
ID: 1206
Perspectives of family physicians on personal screening questions, as part of the clinical encounter with patients
Neta Weiss
ID: 300
The effects of access to radiology in out-of-hours primary care on patient satisfaction and length of stay; a prospective observational study
Martijn Rutten

14:40 – 15:00

Sheraton: Ballroom I
Coffee Break

15:00 – 17:30

Sheraton: Ballroom I
EASO Obesity Management Task Force - Obesity Teaching Course - Session 2

16:15 – 17:30

SNT: Blue Lounge
W: 3.02. Cardiovascular diseases (EPCCS)
ID: 728
WORKSHOP: European Primary Care Cardiovascular Society (EPCSS): workshop on the challenges of multi-morbidity in CVD
Michaela Macháčová
Christos Lionis
Fotini Anastasiou
Monika Hollander

16:15 – 17:30

SNT: Studio
W: 3.05. Diabetes and metabolic problems
ID: 676
WORKSHOP: How to start an insulin treatment in type 2 diabetic patients
Marcos Baraona
Inês Albano
Carlota Andrade

16:15 – 17:30

Sheraton: Ballroom II
W: 2.10. Quality and safety of care (EQuiP)
ID: 933
WORKSHOP: Time for a change? Tailoring EQuiP summer school for young family physicians
Felicity Knights
Zalika Klemenc Ketis
Claire Marie Thomas
Daniel Knights

16:15 – 17:30

Sheraton: Connections I
W: 2.08. Education and professional development
ID: 20
WORKSHOP: Increasing family physicians’ capacity to coach and mentor - the next evolution in medical education and professional development
Victor Ng
Val Wass

16:15 – 17:30

Sheraton: Connections II
W: 2.02. Primary care financing
ID: 68
WORKSHOP: Managing my practice: finance for doctors
Josep Vilaseca

16:15 – 17:30

Cinema City: Hall 6
OP: 2.07. Research in general practice, 2.08. Education and professional development and 2.14. Information and technology

Chair: Jáchym Bednář, Ferdinando Petrazzuoli

ID: 204
The mission of the Network of Primary Health Care Departments - NPHC
Danica Pavlic
ID: 334
Simulations in General practice education and training: three years’ experience
Lyubima Despotova-Toleva
ID: 576
Growing your own medical educators
Rebecca Farrington
Rachel Lindley
ID: 695
Identification of palliative care needs in geriatric patients - importance of training and a structured tool
Carlos Seiça Cardoso
ID: 939
Becoming a social media influencer: How family physicians are meeting the challenge?
Vasileios Stoukas

16:15 – 17:30

Cinema City: Hall 8
OP: 2.08. Education and professional development, 2.09. Undergraduate teaching, 2.10. Quality and safety of care and 2.13. Integrated care

Chair: Philippe-Richard J. Domeyer, Jaime Correia de Sousa

ID: 1141
Shared individual care plan as a patient-centered complexity management tool in Portugal
Ana Resende Mateus
ID: 1100
Promoting patient safety culture and giving support to second victim with family medicine residents
Maria-Pilar Astier-Peña
ID: 426
Street medics: a unique experiential learning opportunity for medical students in a primary care outreach setting
Deirdre Walsh
ID: 132
Physician Associate (PA) Internship: supporting PAs into the primary care workforce
Elizabeth Cottrell
ID: 135
Integrating medical knowledge through the four quadrants method applied to medicine: focus on student, patient and humanism
Marco Janaudis

16:15 – 17:30

Cinema City: Hall 9
OP: 2.03. Family medicine and 2.06. Interdisciplinary cooperation

Chair: Jan Murin, Esra Saatci

ID: 110
The human side of medicine: the political contribution of primary care to public health
Patrick Tabouring
ID: 957
Establishing the needs of young service families rebasing to the UK
Joyce Kenkre
ID: 283
Care of elderly with mental disorders: experiences of Lithuanian general practitioners and community nurses
Gediminas Raila
ID: 503
social media for family physicians
ibtehal makki

16:15 – 17:30

SNT: 1S5M presentations
1S5M: 1.02. Public health, 2.09. Undergraduate teaching, 2.14. Information and technology, 3.01. Prevention and health promotion and 3.03. Respiratory problems

Chair: Katarina Gazdíková, Elena Klusova Noguiná

ID: 1180
Methods for academic performance and cognitive enhancement in university students
Cihan Fidan
ID: 259
The perception of Family Medicine as a future specialty for foreign students studying their final undergraduate year in Ukraine
Pavlo Kolesnyk
George Kuodza
ID: 737
Using networks to design new curricula; design principles of local and national undergrduate curricula for family medicine
Alex Harding
ID: 738
A national survey of undergraduate teaching in the UK - initial results and appetite for international survey
Alex Harding
ID: 864
Teaching development for medical students through the construction of a teaching model in primary health care
Maria Valeria Pavan
ID: 865
Clinical care in basic health unit broadening the scenario in medical education
Maria Valeria Pavan
ID: 1069
Family and Community Health and Women's Health in the same discipline of a Medicine Faculty: the experience of Famed/UFMS, Brazil
Adélia Delfina da Motta Silva
ID: 109
AlgoritMD: a fast access track to clinical information
Ana Rita Aguiar
ID: 1192
Educational sessions in portuguese summer camps to improve knowledge on sun protection behaviors in school aged children
Maria Inês Pereira da Silva
ID: 1202
Preventive medicine in the Belgian vs. the Bavarian (Germany) healthcare system: first impressions as a stunned VdGM-EUROPREV liaison.
Emmily Schaubroeck
ID: 893
Translation-back- traslation of the Berlin questionnaire
Esther Navarrete Martinez

Friday, June 28, 2019

08:30 – 09:45

SNT: Drama Hall
OP: 3.01. Prevention and health promotion, 3.02. Cardiovascular diseases and 3.17. Emergencies and trauma

Chair: Débora Batista, Paulo Santos

ID: 119
Venous thromboembolism – one of the travel hazard
Katarina Dostalova
ID: 803
Compression therapy in treating venous ulcers in a portuguese health center - 10 years of experience
João Dias Ferreira
ID: 24
Home-based calf raise exercise increases walking ability in patients with intermittent claudication
Michel van Schaardenburgh
Martin Wohlwend
Øivind Rognmo
Erney Mattsson
ID: 886
Open, randomized, multicentre clinical trial to evaluate the effectiveness of an intervention to reduce cardiovascular risk: the INFORISK study
Carlos Brotons
Irene Moral
ID: 414
ABCDE: a systematic approach of the critically ill patient in emergency primary care
Antonia Viljac
Rachel Braunstahl

08:30 – 09:45

SNT: Blue Lounge
W: 2.08. Education and professional development
ID: 655
WORKSHOP: Leading women: a workshop for men and women exploring how to lead and be led as a woman in leadership
Sonia Tsukagoshi

08:30 – 09:45

SNT: Studio
Slovak - Czech Day

08:30 – 09:45

Sheraton: Ballroom I
W: 2.10. Quality and safety of care (WONCA WP on Quality & Safety)
ID: 459
WORKSHOP: Promoting patient safety tools in family practices
Maria-Pilar Astier-Peña
MARIA ROSARIO FERNANDEZ-GARCIA

08:30 – 09:45

Sheraton: Ballroom II
W: 2.06. Interdisciplinary cooperation
ID: 97
WORKSHOP: European Primary care Multi-prOfessional Researcher network (PRIMORE) – Workshop by the European Forum for Primary Care (EFPC)
Diederik Aarendonk
Mehmet Akman

08:30 – 09:45

Sheraton: Connections I
W: 1.06. Gender issues (SIG Family Violence)
ID: 827
WORKSHOP: The human factor: exploring and learning from stories of family violence
Hagit Dascal Weichhendler
Raquel Gomez Bravo
Nina Monteiro
Nena Kopcavar Gucek
Lodewijk (Leo) Pas
Kelsey Hegarty

08:30 – 09:45

Sheraton: Connections II
W: 2.05. Consultation skills
ID: 155
WORKSHOP: Balint Group Workshop: The Human Side of Balint Groups
Iwona Tomczak Silva

08:30 – 09:45

Cinema City: Hall 1
W: 2.12. Cross-cultural medicine (SIG Migrant Care, Int Health & Travel Medicine)
ID: 133
WORKSHOP: Understanding the migrant patient
Guus Busser
Maria van den Muijsenbergh
Ellemieke Rasenberg
Patrick O'Donnell
Amanda Howe

08:30 – 09:45

Cinema City: Hall 2
W: 1.02. Public health (EURIPA)
ID: 843
WORKSHOP: Medical and social support for patients with mental and neurodegenerative disorders in rural areas
Pawel Zuk
Donata Kurpas
Jose Augusto Simoes
Victoria Tkachenko
Ferdinando Petrazzuoli
Cristina Barbu
Jean-Pierre Jacquet
Beata Blahova
Jane Randall-Smith

08:30 – 09:45

Cinema City: Hall 5
OP: 1.02. Public health, 1.03. Sexually transmitted dieseases and 1.06. Gender issues

Chair: Stuart Holmes, Yusi Mariani Borrero

ID: 1216
When are you going to have kids? Women’s dilemmas in a gender unequal society: marriage, motherhood and social norms.
Elena Klusova Noguiná
Sara Rigon
ID: 1068
Sex work and STI's - opportunities and pitfalls for primary care
Nadia Toumi
Rianne Van Vliet
ID: 945
Global health: a local issue
Aliki Traianou
ID: 525
"A Pill A Day Keeps HIV Away”- Preexposure Prophylaxis of HIV Infection
Mafalda Coelho
ID: 92
How to improve influenza vaccination rates in family medicine/general practice in Europe
Ted van Essen
Albert Osterhaus
George Kassianos
Mateja Bulc

08:30 – 09:45

Cinema City: Hall 7
W: 2.01. Primary care policy
ID: 780
WORKSHOP: Our core values in a changing world
Johann Agust Sigurdsson
Anna Stavdal
Rob Dijkstra
Henriette Van der Horst

08:30 – 09:45

Cinema City: Hall 9
W: 2.10. Quality and safety of care (EQuiP)
ID: 1151
WORKSHOP: Quality indicators: From Worthless to Useful
Eva Arvidsson
Andrée Rochfort
Maria Matusova
Jan Kovar

09:45 – 10:00

SNT: Opera Hall
Break

09:45 – 10:00

SNT: Studio
Break

10:00 – 10:45

SNT: Opera Hall
Plenary Lecture 4 - Radoslav Herda

Chair: Jana Bendová

ID: 1249
The patient is primarly human being
Radoslav Herda

10:45 – 11:15

SNT: Opera Hall
Coffee Break

10:45 – 11:15

SNT: Studio
Coffee Break

11:15 – 12:30

SNT: Drama Hall
W: 3.02. Cardiovascular diseases (EPCCS)
ID: 144
European Primary Care Cardiovascular Society (EPCSS) Symposium 2: Diabetes and cardiovascular risk - do the novel anti-diabetes medications offer new options and what are the main issues for GPs?
Richard Hobbs
Michaela Macháčová
Samuel Seidu

11:15 – 12:30

SNT: Blue Lounge
W: 1.06. Gender issues
ID: 567
WORKSHOP: WONCA Working Party on Women & Family Medicine – open meeting
Victoria Tkachenko
Amanda Howe
Nil Tekin

11:15 – 12:30

SNT: Studio
Slovak - Czech Day

11:15 – 12:30

Sheraton: Ballroom I
W: 2.07. Research in general practice (VdGM)
ID: 614
WORKSHOP: VdGM Junior Researcher Award 2019
Claire Marie Thomas
Vera da Silva Pires

11:15 – 12:30

Sheraton: Ballroom II
W: 1.02. Public health
ID: 613
WORKSHOP: Dilemmas in confronting vaccine hesitancy in health care workers: examples of good practices
Nena Kopcavar Gucek

11:15 – 12:30

Sheraton: Connections I
W: 2.08. Education and professional development
ID: 471
WORKSHOP: Using arts to enhance clinical teaching in primary care
Sabia Dayala

11:15 – 12:30

Sheraton: Connections II
W: 3.03. Respiratory problems (IPCRG)
ID: 702
WORKSHOP: Basics, barriers and challenges of asthma management
Ioanna Tsiligianni
Jaime Correia de Sousa
Miguel Román Rodríquez

11:15 – 12:30

Cinema City: Hall 1
W: 2.07. Research in general practice (EGPRN)
ID: 673
WORKSHOP: How to benefit from doing research? What EGPRN can do for VdGM?
Radost Asenova
Katarzyna Nessler
Vanja Lazic
Ferdinando Petrazzuoli

11:15 – 12:30

Cinema City: Hall 2
W: 2.15. Ethics and law
ID: 926
WORKSHOP: Cross-cultural ethics: practising with integrity both at home and overseas
Felicity Knights
Daniel Knights

11:15 – 12:30

Cinema City: Hall 5
OP: 3.07. Women´s health

Chair: Mariana Fidalgo Leite, Donata Kurpas

ID: 350
Gynecology care in family medicine doctor office
Maria Malarska
ID: 399
How to choose a contraceptive pill
Inês Albano
Carlota Andrade
Marcos Baraona
Maria Ruela
ID: 607
Long-term contraceptive methods: Intrauterine device and subcutaneous Implant - when to use and how to place them
Ana Isabel Piçarra
ID: 932
Improving women’s health among navy military
Marisa Reis
ID: 1139
Benefits of phytoestrogens in menopausic women - Evidence-based review
Tânia Tavares

11:15 – 12:30

Cinema City: Hall 7
OP: 1.05. Food and nutrition and 1.06. Gender issues

Chair: Özden Gökdemir, Stanislava Bachledova

ID: 633
Vegetarian diet and its Implications on mental health: An evidence-based review
Mafalda Coelho
ID: 166
Vitamin d deficiency in modern societies – why and how?
Andrius Bleizgys
ID: 254
Nutritional assessment of the elderly in primary health care
Juliana Caçoilo
Carlos Bento
Benedita Lima
ID: 308
Analysis of food availability facing disaster in Indonesia: a case study of West Sumatera Province
Hardisman Dasman
ID: 1039
The relationship between Mediterian diet adaptation and mood in universty students
bilal durmaz

11:15 – 12:30

Cinema City: Hall 8
W: 3.01. Prevention and health promotion
ID: 157
WORKSHOP: Doctor, do I need cholesterol medicine? Making a shared evidence-based decision with the patient
Shadia Constantine
Naohiko Kunimoto
Megumi Imamura
Urara Nakagawa

11:15 – 12:30

Cinema City: Hall 9
W: 2.10. Quality and safety of care (WONCA WP on Quality & Safety)
ID: 456
WORKSHOP: The Third WHO Global Patient Safety Challenge: Medication without Harm (MWH)
Maria-Pilar Astier-Peña

11:15 – 12:30

SNT: 1S5M presentations
1S5M: 1.05. Food and nutrition, 1.06. Gender issues, 2.11. Rural care, 3.05. Diabetes and metabolic problems and 3.08. Maternal and child health

Chair: Humbert de Freminville, Beata Blahova

ID: 594
Evaluation of elderly nutritional status in correlation to their cognitive impairment
Theodoros Vasilopoulos
Dimitrios Vasilakis
ID: 1099
Intervention project on child obesity in a health unit in portugal
Filipa Santos Jorge
ID: 1165
Observational study of childhood obesity prevalence and healthy habits in the city of Chiclana de la Frontera, Spain
Ana Lima Chedas Fernandes
ID: 590
Prevalence and risk factors for childhood obesity in a rural district in Brazil
Clarissa Garcia Custodio
ID: 33
Statin non compliant Diabetes/CAD patients in primary care – can we improve current reality and by what means?
Ilan Heinrich
ID: 272
Importance of rural health care professionals in the prevention of blindness in diabetic patients
Maria Yolanda Valpuesta Martin
ID: 581
Diabetes mellitus – intensifying the therapy or intensifying the disease
Pedro Ribeiro Tavares
ID: 752
Switching from Premixed Insulin to combined Basal Insulin Degludec with GLP1 Receptor Agonist Liraglutide in patients with poorly controlled type 2 diabetes
Adamantios Bourdakis
ID: 930
Insufficient lipid control (c-LDL) and obesity in Diabetes Mellitus type 2 increase cardiovascular risk factors in primary and secondary prevention.
Carlos Enrique Alvarez Agudelo
Jhonny Giraldo Rendon
ID: 961
Evaluation of low density lipoprotein cholesterol control according to cardiovascular risk in a diabetic population
Inês Trigo
ID: 504
Do mothers who do not undergo oral glucose tolerance testing harm theirselves and their babies?: One center results
Semra Altiyaprak
ID: 1004
Social media as an opportunity for public health interventions: the #Metoo movement as an exemplar
Raquel Gomez Bravo

12:30 – 13:30

SNT: Studio
Lunch Break

13:30 – 14:15

SNT: Opera Hall
Plenary Lecture 5 - Barbara Ukropcová

Chair: Katarína Dostálová

ID: 1250
Exercise is medicine: Can we increase physical activity in patients' everyday life? The challanges of exercise prescription
Barbara Ukropcová

14:15 – 14:30

SNT: Opera Hall
Break

14:15 – 14:30

SNT: Studio
Break

14:30 – 15:45

SNT: Drama Hall
W:3.01. Prevention and health promotion (EPCCS)
ID: 727
Symposium: Cardiology: From EPCCS Consensus Guidance on stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation in primary care to the important cooperation between GP and cardiologist
Richard Hobbs
Michaela Macháčová
Ján Murín

14:30 – 15:45

SNT: Blue Lounge
W: 2.08. Education and professional development (VdGM)
ID: 618
WORKSHOP: Young doctor's marketplace / VdGM (the European young family doctors movement) AGM
Claire Marie Thomas

14:30 – 15:45

SNT: Studio
Slovak - Czech Day

14:30 – 15:45

Sheraton: Ballroom I
W: 2.07. Research in general practice
ID: 30
WORKSHOP: Filling the evidence gap on outcomes from primary care development
Amanda Howe
Felicity GoodYear Smith

14:30 – 15:45

Sheraton: Ballroom II
W: 2.08. Education and professional development (EGPRN)
ID: 681
WORKSHOP: Developing a web-based research course for Family Medicine trainees: a collaborative project from EGPRN, EURACT, EURIPA, EQuiP and Vasco da Gama
Ferdinando Petrazzuoli
Mehmet Ungan
Sonata Varvuolyte
Zalika Klemenc-Ketiš
Claire Marie Thomas
Ana Luísa Neves
Maria João Nobre
Jean Pierre Jacquet
Donata Kurpas
Vanja Lazic

14:30 – 15:45

Sheraton: Connections I
W: 2.13. Integrated care
ID: 421
WORKSHOP: Continuity under threat - how can we achieve continuity of care in an incoherent world?
David Jameson

14:30 – 15:45

Sheraton: Connections II
W: 2.13. Integrated care
ID: 458
WORKSHOP: Integration of primary care and public health: What does it mean for the family doctor’s practice?
Candan Kendir
Job Metsemakers

14:30 – 15:45

Cinema City: Hall 1
W: 3.11. Infectious diseases (GRIN)
ID: 1242
WORKSHOP: The ALICE trial: a pragmatic study in 15 European countries
Theo Verheij
Alike van der Velden
Christopher butler

14:30 – 15:45

Cinema City: Hall 2
W: 3.01. Prevention and health promotion
ID: 711
WORKSHOP: Studying the four form of prevention in family medicine through an online knowledge base
Patrick Ouvrard

14:30 – 15:45

Cinema City: Hall 7
OP: 3.08. Maternal and child health, 3.12. Vaccination and 3.15. Mental health

Chair: Diederik Aarendonk, Iwona Tomczak Silva

ID: 466
The knowledge, attitude and awareness levels of parents about child abuse and neglect
Ismahan Yildirim
ID: 601
Child abuse: what every family doctor needs to know
Nina Monteiro
Maria João Nobre
Raquel Gomez Bravo
Elena Klusova
Yusianmar Mariani
Sara Rigon
Hagit Dascal-Weichhendler
Lodewijk Pas
ID: 516
Should HPV vaccination be extended to males?
Paulo Barros
ID: 104
How can we best manage disadvantaged marginalised young people in a primary care setting to optimise their health and future
Trina Gregory

14:30 – 15:45

Cinema City: Hall 8
OP: 3.07. Women´s health and 3.12. Vaccination

Chair: Tania Moerenhout, Patrick Tabouring

ID: 650
Vulvodynia in general practice: Breaking the vicious cycle of pain
Peter Leusink
Vera Pires da Silva
ID: 354
Family planning in family medicine doctor office
Maria Malarska
ID: 146
Facilitators and barriers in the diagnostic process of recurrent vulvovaginal complaints in general practice: a qualitative study
Peter Leusink
ID: 582
Dealing with vaccine hesitant patients: a practical toolkit for GPs
Pedro Rocha Alves
Ana Pacheco
Pedro Gehl Braz
Rita Matos
Filipa Araujo
ID: 587
Vaccinations from a Polish Viewpoint
Maria Malarska

14:30 – 15:45

Cinema City: Hall 9
W: 2.08. Education and professional development (EURACT)
ID: 87
WORKSHOP: What is the best teaching method in family doctor’s training?
Pavlo Kolesnyk
Jáchym Bednář

16:15 – 17:30

SNT: Opera Hall
OP: 2.03. Family medicine, 2.11. Rural care and 2.13. Integrated care

Chair: Henriette van der Horst, Theo Verheij

ID: 362
An ethnographic reading of the challenges in delivering primary health care in a rural, remote province of the Philippines
Jeremie De Guzman
ID: 453
Motivating young european doctors for rural work (MEADOW)
David Halata
ID: 746
Tackling non-communicable chronic diseases - innovation developed in Croatia, spread through member countries of AGP/FM SEE
Ksenija Kranjcevic
Valerija Bralic Lang
ID: 1195
SCIROCCO Exchange: Scaling Integrated Care in Context
Iveta Nagyova

16:15 – 17:30

SNT: Blue Lounge
W: 2.08. Education and professional development
ID: 575
WORKSHOP: ASPIRE Global Leadership workshop: Medical leadership in training curriculum
Maria Joao Nobre
Candan Kendir
Claire Marie Thomas
Jo Buchanan
Chloe Delacoure

16:15 – 17:30

SNT: Studio
Slovak - Czech Day

16:15 – 17:30

Sheraton: Ballroom I
W: 3.01. Prevention and health promotion
ID: 138
WORKSHOP: Do you think you can dance? Developing Resilience with Social Exercise
Cemal Kavasogullari
Isabella Roiatti
Hareen De Silva
Katarzina Nessler

16:15 – 17:30

Sheraton: Ballroom II
W: 3.04. Digestive problems (ESPCG)
ID: 787
WORKSHOP: Liver Management Problems in Primary Care
Juan Mendive
Jean Murris
Pierluigi Fracasso
Foteini Anastasiou
Niek de Wit

16:15 – 17:30

Sheraton: Connections I
W: 2.08. Education and professional development
ID: 76
WORKSHOP: The PoC- US applications - The basic ultrasound diagnosis in the abdominal and pelvic pathology - An effective diagnostic tool for the family physicians practice
Mihai Iacob
Roxana Sirli
Ilse Hellemann

16:15 – 17:30

Sheraton: Connections II
W: 3.01. Prevention and health promotion
ID: 81
WORKSHOP: Best practice family violence engagement with all members of the family using motivational techniques
Kelsey Hegarty

16:15 – 17:30

Cinema City: Hall 6
OP: 2.04. Practice organization, 2.05. Consultation skills and 2.06. Interdisciplinary cooperation

Chair: Guus Busser, Jette Maria Elbroend

ID: 802
Minor surgery of skin lesions in a family health center - a practice report
João Dias Ferreira
ID: 253
Working conditions rights across europe
Juan María Rodríguez Martínez
Elena Klusova Noguiná
Rocío García-Gutierrez Gómez
Cristina Rodríguez Martínez
María Belén Arellano Cobos
ID: 1015
Place of sophrology in a multidisciplinary approach according to general practitioners
Andry Rabiaza
ID: 394
Introducing a new tool for primary prevention at the primary healthcare level: an algorithm for determining of genetic risk development
Nena Kopcavar Gucek

16:15 – 17:30

Cinema City: Hall 7
OP: Miscellaneous

Chair: Samuel Seidu, Miguel Roman-Rodriguez

ID: 924
Treatment decisions in cancer patients treated with curative intent; process of choice and the role of the GP
Ietje Perfors
ID: 298
"Vulnerability in primary care" - teaching students interprofessionally
Petra Jung

16:15 – 17:30

SNT: 1S5M presentations
1S5M: 1. Global issues and 3. Clinical management

Chair: Erika Baum, Ana Pinho

ID: 553
Deep venous trombosis in patient with undiagnosed antiphospholipid syndrome
José Vicente Cayuela Espí
ID: 61
The Pancoast tumor of the lung: a rare and misleading cause of shoulder pain
Pim Keurlings
ID: 312
Laryngitis that does not cure ... about a case
Paula Colacicchi
ID: 551
Pregnant 27 years old woman with abdominal pain without contractions.
José Vicente Cayuela Espí
ID: 894
Recurrent urinary infection in young women
carmelo Sampil
ID: 907
Clinical case report: what's behind anemia and multiple herpes zoster infections
Debora Batista
ID: 579
A cough for attention
Pedro Ribeiro Tavares
ID: 997
Case Report: The benefit of exercise as an adjuvant treatment for depression
Ana Gomes
ID: 536
Clinical approach to an incidental chest wall mass
José Vicente Cayuela Espí
ID: 543
Muscle pain in a young patient
José Vicente Cayuela Espí
ID: 557
Ultrasonic diagnosis in oncological patient with dyspnea
Borja Jimenez Ormabera
ID: 363
Doctor I have an eruption
Sergio Pérez González
ID: 1094
I know that i don´t want to suffer. our mission: to acompany
Sandra Soler Allué
ID: 535
LBGT health care: medical education needs
Mafalda Coelho

Saturday, June 29, 2019

08:30 – 09:45

SNT: Blue Lounge
W: 2.09. Undergraduate teaching (WONCA WP on Education)
ID: 652
WORKSHOP: Raising the status of Family Medicine in Medical Schools: Changing the undergraduate curriculum to improve recruitment into Primary Care.
Val Wass

08:30 – 09:45

SNT: Studio
W: 3.09. Geriatric care
ID: 94
WORKSHOP: How to care for multimorbid patients: From evidence to clinical practice.
Stefan Neuner-Jehle
Oliver Senn

08:30 – 09:45

Sheraton: Ballroom I
W: 3.01. Prevention and health promotion
ID: 242
WORKSHOP: The role of GPs in community based prevention: experiences with collaboration between GPs, public health and social domain
Ton Drenthen
Roos de Wit
Karolien Van den Brekel-Dijkstra

08:30 – 09:45

Sheraton: Ballroom II
W: 3.01. Prevention and health promotion (EQuiP)
ID: 1219
WORKSHOP: Keeping patients safe by avoiding harm from medical over intervention and harm from under intervention
Andrée Rochfort

08:30 – 09:45

Sheraton: Connections I
W: 3.16. Musculosceletal problems
ID: 213
WORKSHOP: Why does my back hurt? – evaluation of low back pain in primary care
Joana Reis
Marisa Reis
Raquel Eça
Sara Ferreira

08:30 – 09:45

Sheraton: Connections II
W: 3.05. Diabetes and metabolic problems (PCDE)
ID: 1241
WORKSHOP: Treatment with injectables is easier than you think: how to communicate with reluctant patients
Pinar Topsever
Sam Seidu

09:45 – 10:00

SNT: Opera Hall
Break

10:00 – 10:45

SNT: Opera Hall
Plenary Lecture 6 - Ana Nunes Barata

Chair: Peter Lipovský

ID: 1251
Compassion, respect and empathy: The essence of Family Medicine
Ana Nunes Barata

10:45 – 11:15

SNT: Opera Hall
Coffee Break

11:15 – 12:30

SNT: Drama Hall
OP: 3.05. Diabetes and metabolic problems

Chair: Joachim Sturmberg, Michaela Macháčová

ID: 977
Insulin therapy in specific situations in type 2 diabetes patients
Elena Caride Miana
Fernando Álvarez Guisasola
Luis Ávila Lachica
Escarlata Angullo Martínez
ID: 980
Back to basic in type 2 diabetes mellitus
Elena Caride Miana
Fernando Álvarez Guisasola
Ana Cebrian Cuenca
Domingo Orozco Beltran
ID: 986
Individualizing objectives in the management of dm2: New tools
Elena Caride Miana
Domingo Orozco Beltran
Ana Cebrian Cuenca
Escarlata Angullo Martínez
ID: 547
Exercise prescription in DM1 - a new approach
Claudia Silva

11:15 – 12:30

SNT: Studio
W: 3.01. Prevention and health promotion (IPCRG)
ID: 885
WORKSHOP: Management of multimorbidity in primary care
Ioanna Tsiligianni
Miguel Roman-Rodriguez
Jaime Correia de Sousa
Dermot Ryan
Pinar Topsever
Richard Hobbs
Juan Mendive
Theo Verheij

11:15 – 12:30

Sheraton: Ballroom I
W: 1.07. IT: GP practice - Can the GP still remain humanistic? (EQuiP)
ID: 211
WORKSHOP: Confidentiality of electronic health records and quality improvement in the era of big data
Ilkka Kunnamo
Vildan Mevsim
Meltem Koc
Maria Matusova

11:15 – 12:30

Sheraton: Ballroom II
W: 3.01. Prevention and health promotion
ID: 183
WORKSHOP: Physical activity counselling and exercise prescription in primary health care
Bruno P. Carreira
Mariana Coimbra
Rui Fonseca-Pinto

11:15 – 12:30

Sheraton: Connections I
W: 2.10. Quality and safety of care (EQuiP)
ID: 815
WORKSHOP: Small steps towards a safer environment in primary care
Isabelle Dupie
Andree Rochfort

11:15 – 12:30

Sheraton: Connections II
W: 3.17. Emergencies and trauma
ID: 117
WORKSHOP: From dizziness to vertigo: an approach to vertigo in primary care setting.
Sara dos Santos Ferreira
Joana Estrela Reis
Marisa Sousa Reis
Ana Matias
Raquel Almeida d'Eça

12:30 – 13:45

SNT: Opera Hall
Closing Ceremony