Programme - list

Preliminary programme (subject of change)

Wednesday, June 26, 2019 17:00 – 17:50

SNT: Opera Hall
Opening Ceremony

Wednesday, June 26, 2019 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
ID: 1244
Developing the Next Generation of Leaders in Primary Care: The Role of Emotional Intelligence
Aisha Chaudry

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

Sheraton: Connections II
W: 3.17. Emergencies and trauma
ID: 246
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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

Cinema City: Hall 5
OP: 3.01. Prevention and health promotion
Chair: Nina Monteiro, Katarzyna Nessler
ID: 604
Access to preventative care services for patients in family medicine clinics in urban communities in the Moscow region of Russia
Natalia Shevtsova
Lesca Hadley
ID: 850
Deprescription and Reconciliation Therapy (DeRT) office: an innovative GP's project in Italy
SIMONETTA MIOZZO
ID: 506
The process of seeking healthcare among young adults in first line of care
Lisa Viktorsson
ID: 490
Motives and needs of low SES older adults with increased dementia risk to improve their lifestyle - a qualitative study
Esmé Eggink
ID: 239
Direct-to-consumer genetic testing - the next frontier of overdiagnosis?
Aya Ayoub

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

Cinema City: Hall 8
OP: 1.02. Public health and 1.05. Food and nutrition
Chair: Jan Kovář, Joseph Vilaseca
ID: 1215
Causes of renunciation and of non-take-up of primary health care by disadvantaged patients
Marie WICKY
ID: 1217
Designing dementia environment and mediteranian style as a part of nonpharmacological treatment
Tatjana Cvetko
ID: 1221
Climate change in medical curriculum
Paulina Birula
ID: 919
The impact of having an animal on the owner’s diet
Adrianna Tupaj
ID: 1252
Subjective assessment of health status, satisfaction with homeopathic treatment and comparison of results obtained from different countries
Katarina Lucija Glas

Thursday, June 27, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

Cinema City: Hall 9
W: 1.02. Public health (WONCA WP on Mental Health)
ID: 129
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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

SNT: 1S5M presentations
1S5M: 1.01. Hygiene/ epidemiology, 1.02. Public health, 2.10. Quality and safety of care, 2.13. Integrated care, 3.01. Prevention and health promotion and 3.04. Digestive problems
Chair: Maria Grófová, Jeanne-Pierre Jacquet
ID: 223
Laboratory analysis of the underlying causes of anemia in general practice
Annemarie Schop
ID: 86
Delivery mode and early childhood anthropometric outcomes from age 12-72 months: results of the GUSTO cohort study
Meijin Cai
ID: 295
Antibiotic consumption in Serbia compared to European Union
Nevenka Dimitrijevic
ID: 465
Be married makes us healthy or........not
Alma Varajic
ID: 494
Growing obstacle to vaccinate children whose parents refuse vaccination. A qualitative study
İsmail Kasım
ID: 705
Risk of nonmelanoma skin cancer and exposure to hydrochlorothiazide: retrospective descriptive analysis. First results to consider
Nikole Maria Ivars Obermeier
ID: 870
Utilization of and confidence in primary health care in aging Serbia. Retrospective analysis of national surveys 2009-2015
Katarina Vojvodic
ID: 267
The patient experience of GMF-U La Pommeraie walk-in clinic users : A qualitative study
Magaly Brodeur
ID: 954
Avoidable hospitalization for ambulatory care sensitive conditions: Retrospective study
Mafalda Coelho
ID: 38
Comparison of sublingual vs. intramuscular administration of vitamin B12 for the treatment of patients with vitamin B12 deficiency.
Merav Jacobson Bensky
ID: 569
Know the Prevalence of liver steatosis in primary care using controlled attenuation parameter (CAP). A population-based study
Harriet Phyllis Pinnegar
ID: 895
On the lookout for Helicobacter pylori infected patients
Joana Barrona

Thursday, June 27, 2019 09:45 – 10:00

SNT: Opera Hall
Break

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 10:45 – 11:15

SNT: Opera Hall
Coffee Break

Thursday, June 27, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

SNT: Opera Hall
WONCA Europe Open Meeting

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

Sheraton: Connections I
W: 2.05. Consultation skills
ID: 391
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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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: Pavlo Kolesnyk, 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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

SNT: 1S5M presentations
1S5M: 3. Clinical management
Chair: Peter Kalanin, Carlos Martins
ID: 351
Endoscopic surveillance of gastric precancerous conditions and lesions – a review of the guidelines
Marta Tendais-Almeida
ID: 374
The role of family medicine clinics from bone pain to multiple myeloma
Suat Sincan
ID: 651
Effect of text message reminders to improve medication adherence of hypertensive patients
Suat Sincan
ID: 210
Impact of age, sex, and education in non-compliance to antihypertensive medication in Primary Care of a rural Crete
Theodoros Vasilopoulos
ID: 37
Proton pump inhibitor deprescribing in elderly nursing home residents
Rosario Falanga
ID: 564
Use of benzodiazepines and other types of sedative-hypnotics in elderly patients
Natalina Rodrigues
ID: 1126
Chronic Complex Patient – A Suggestion for Therapeutic Management
Helena Costa Pinto
ID: 807
Gabapentin for the prevention of postherpetic neuralgia
Oana Bulilete
ID: 130
JIGSAW-E: supporting self-management of osteoarthritis across Europe
Elizabeth Cottrell
ID: 488
Long-term effectiveness and safety of corticosteroid injections in primary care. A cohort study
Mileydy Paredes Millán
ID: 1065
Approach to bite lesions: a protocol suggestion
José Costa
ID: 1043
The Genant classification of vertebral fractures: use in Primary Health and correlation with refracture
Ines Alejandra Betancourt Torres
ID: 1118
A case of Postratitis and it's consequences
Dorothea Krusch

Thursday, June 27, 2019 12:30 – 13:00

Sheraton: Ballroom I
Lunch Break

Thursday, June 27, 2019 12:30 – 13:30

Sheraton: Connection I
Lunch Break

Thursday, June 27, 2019 12:45 – 13:30

Sheraton: Ballroom II
Industry sponsored symposium

Thursday, June 27, 2019 13:00 – 14:40

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

 Session 1

13:00–13:25 Obesity as a disease - Abd Tahrani (UK)                       

13:25-13:50 Clinical evaluation of the patient with obesity - Luca Busetto (Italy)

13:50-14:15 The role of primary care in obesity management - Matthew Capehorn (UK)                      

14:15-14:40 How to prepare the patient to change - Dominique Durrer (Switzerland)                       

14:40-15:00 Open coffee and general discussion

Thursday, June 27, 2019 13:30 – 14:15

SNT: Opera Hall
Plenary Lecture 3 - Richard Hobbs
Chair: Michaela Macháčová
ID: 1247
Is primary care research important?
Richard Hobbs

Thursday, June 27, 2019 14:15 – 14:30

SNT: Opera Hall
Break

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

Sheraton: Connections I
W: 2.14. Information and technology (Working Party on e-Health)
ID: 85
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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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: Liz Angier, Emily Schaubroeck
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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

SNT: 1S5M presentations
1S5M: 1. Global issues and 2. Discipline and profession
Chair: Maria Joao Nobre, Oto Masár
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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 14:40 – 15:00

Sheraton: Ballroom I
Coffee Break

Thursday, June 27, 2019 15:00 – 17:30

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

Session 2

15:00-15:25 Indications to bariatric surgery and post-bariatric surgery follow up - Luca Busetto (Italy)                  

15:25-15:50 Medical nutrition therapy - Dana Mullerova (Czech Republic)                       

15:50-16:15 Evidence based physical activity prescriptions - Barbara Ukropcova (Slovakia)

16:15-16:40 Pharmacotherapy of obesity - Abd Tahrani (UK)

16:40-17:05 Family-based interventions - Paulina Nowicka (Sweden)                       

17:05-17:30 Open coffee and general discussion

Thursday, June 27, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

SNT: Opera Hall
OP: 1.02. Public health
Chair: Jana Bendova, John Cox
ID: 150
Evaluating the disorders of health οn refugees due to social factures of war and population moving, in a rural Crete
Theodoros Vasilopoulos
ID: 67
Optimising patients’ medical care after prison in Luxembourg
Jorge Batista
ID: 221
Prevalence, components analysis and correlation with lifestyle habit of metabolic syndrome in Korea. : National health examination data from 2014 to 2015
Kyunghee Cho
ID: 120
Obesity and climate change
Katarina Dostalova
ID: 1115
Health services of migrant in Turkey and an example of a tertiary hospital
Tarik Eren Yilmaz

Thursday, June 27, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

SNT: Drama Hall
OP: 1.02. Public health
Chair: Mateja Bulc, Cyril Mucha
ID: 641
Allergy testing (serology with specific IgE) in children with asthma could lead to substantial cost savings for the NHS: a population-based simulation study
Barbara Mascialino
ID: 828
Air pollution: a public health emergency
Victoria Stanford
Ellen Wood
ID: 847
Serum autoantibody multi-analyte testing in rheumatoid arthritis can reduce avoidable costs associated to false positive results. A simulation study across Europe.
Barbara Mascialino
ID: 1128
The effects of hyaluronic acid in children with respiratory tract infections – evidence based review
Alexandre Abreu

Thursday, June 27, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

Cinema City: Hall 1
OP: 1.02. Public health and 1.06. Gender issues
Chair: Jako Burgers, Romana Compagnon
ID: 1224
The Refuge; is a new citizen?
Ozden Gokdemir
ID: 972
Beyond childbearing age: Womens´ healthcare utilization after the age of 50
Lorena Dini
ID: 912
Participation in healthcare research – reflecting the ongoing research project “Women 5.0”
Lorena Dini
ID: 160
Impact and prevention of non-fatal strangulation in cases of domestic violence
Leo Pas
ID: 866
Consensus methodology to Improve Opportunities in Primary Care and Advocacy for Family Violence - A collaborative WONCA network workshop
Leo Pas
Nicola Blunden
Patrick Ouvrard
Raquel Gomez Bravo

Thursday, June 27, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

Cinema City: Hall 2
W: 3.13. Alergology and imunology (EAACI)
ID: 1243
Allergy Hot topics / EAACI Special Interest Group Session / Covering all you need to know about allergy prevention, educational needs, integrated care models, immunotherapy, anaphylaxis, and how and when to use adrenaline devices
Elizabeth Angier

Thursday, June 27, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

Cinema City: Hall 5
OP: 3.02. Cardiovascular diseases
Chair: Chloé Delacour, Peter Lipovsky
ID: 883
Validation of the SCORE (systematic coronary risk evaluation) model for estimation of cardiovascular risk in a southern european country
Carlos Brotons
Irene Moral
ID: 855
HTN treatment in the elderly. Review of recent literature and current evidence.
Laura Margarita Domínguez-Palacios Barros
ID: 559
Are statins responsible for new-onset diabetes? – Evidence-based review
Carolina Reis
ID: 235
More patient gender-based differences in high blood pressure management among male general practitioners
Rigal Laurent
ID: 296
Assessment of the relationship between the variable number and type of services and the severity of health behaviors among patients with chronic cardiovascular diseases
Donata Kurpas

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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: Jachym Bednar, 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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

Cinema City: Hall 7
OP: 2.08. Education and professional development
Chair: Aya Ayoub, Ioanna Tsiligianni
ID: 734
Changes in the trend – medical students’ intention to work abroad in the 2013-2018 period at Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary
Ajandek Eory
ID: 854
Multiple vs single trainer in family medicine vocational training (FMVT): a SWOT analysis
Sofia Ribeiro
ID: 872
Creation and evaluation of a cutaneous biopsy training in general practice
Cedric Berbe
ID: 909
Can empathy maps help us improve our empathy skills dealing with the patients?
Tuğba Çalışkan
ID: 1245
A Checklist for implementing rural pathways to train and support health workers in low and middle income countries
Belinda O'Sullivan
John Wynn-Jones

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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: 1100
Promoting patient safety culture and giving support to second victim with family medicine residents
Maria-Pilar Astier-Peña
ID: 1141
Shared individual care plan as a patient-centered complexity management tool in Portugal
Ana Resende Mateus
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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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

Thursday, June 27, 2019 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: Opera Hall
OP: 2.09. Undergraduate teaching and 3.08. Maternal and child health
Chair: Samuel Seidu, Giorgio Visentin
ID: 736
Development and introduction of national teaching guidelines for undergraduate family medicine in the UK
Alex Harding
ID: 960
Home visit: learning and developing tool for medical-patient relationship among students in a faculty of Medicine in Brazil
Adélia Delfina da Motta Silva
ID: 991
Diabetes Knowledge among the Community Health Agents in Campo Grande, MS: students experience from a Brazilian Medical School
Adélia Delfina da Motta Silva
ID: 732
Are there any harms about introducing soy milk during complementary feeding?
Joana Henriques

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

Sheraton: Connections I
W: 1.06. Gender issues (SIG Family Violence)
ID: 827
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

Friday, June 28, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

Cinema City: Hall 2
W: 1.02. Public health (EURIPA)
ID: 843
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

Friday, June 28, 2019 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

Friday, June 28, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

Cinema City: Hall 6
OP: Miscellaneous
Chair: Oleksii Korzh, Daniela Florentina Pruteanu
ID: 552
Palliative Care – an overseas experience
Juliana Caçoilo
ID: 1223
Paliative Care Service: A New Horizon For Family Medicine
Ozden Gokdemir
ID: 570
General practitioners workload and attitudes to treatment involvement in context of outpatient palliative care
Anna Volkert
ID: 436
Attitudes towards advance directives of patients diagnosed with cancer at perpetual succour Hospital-Cebu Cancer Institute, Cebu City, Philippines
Katherine Ruth Beltran
ID: 940
Palliative medicine: acriana academic league of palliative medicine, an integral part in medical training at University Federal of Acre, Brazil
Sandra Márcia Carvalho de Oliveira

Friday, June 28, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

Cinema City: Hall 8
W: 2.03. Family medicine and 3.15. Mental health
ID: 34
Family doctors can prevent suicide in the medical profession and medical students at a local and global level – together
Leanne Rowe
ID: 1152
Exploring suicidality in depressed patients: an observational study in Dutch sentinel general practices
Gé Donker
ID: 191
Physician suicide - what's wrong with us
Joana Veloso Gomes
ID: 768
Speak up and reach out workshop: prevention of suicidal behavior from primary care consultation.
Teddy Weimar Córdova Irusta

Friday, June 28, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

SNT: 1S5M presentations
1S5M: 1. Global issues, 2. Discipline and profession and 3. Clinical management
Chair: Ioanna Tsiligianni, Karen Flegg
ID: 313
Sexual risk behaviour of men who have sex with men in an urban society of West Sumatera Province of Indonesia
Hardisman Dasman
ID: 644
Lesbian, gay and bisexual patients in general practice – an explorative study in Germany
Wolfram J. Herrmann
ID: 805
Working conditions and health of hotel housekeepers
Oana Bulilete
ID: 1059
Gender awareness in primary care: a survey on general practitioner and trainees
Simonetta Miozzo
ID: 704
Learning Good, Basic and Tolerant practices - LGBT care
Sílvia Gomes
ID: 1218
Drug-induced hepatotoxicity – a clinical case
Joana Amorim
ID: 479
Online training in spirometry from Primary health care, “soplasopla” blog
Paula Sanchez-Seco Toledano
ID: 216
An integrated management model for copd in primary care
Maria Zamparella
ID: 487
Validation of a digital spirometer with smartphone (air smart spirometer) in a primary care center
Beatriz Yuste Martinez
ID: 996
Improvement of COPD diagnosis
Hadrián Fariña
ID: 1193
Spirometry for diagnosis of COPD in primary health care
Tatiana Pereira
ID: 733
Intrauterine device expulsion - who are these women?
Margarida Henriques

Friday, June 28, 2019 08:30 – 09:50

SNT: Studio
Slovak - Czech Day

Friday, June 28, 2019 09:45 – 10:00

SNT: Opera Hall
Break

Friday, June 28, 2019 09:50 – 10:00

SNT: Studio
Break

Friday, June 28, 2019 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

Friday, June 28, 2019 10:45 – 10:50

SNT: Studio
Coffee Break

Friday, June 28, 2019 10:45 – 11:15

SNT: Opera Hall
Coffee Break

Friday, June 28, 2019 10:50 – 12:30

SNT: Studio
Slovak - Czech Day

Friday, June 28, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

SNT: Opera Hall
OP: 2.01. Primary care policy, 2.06. Interdisciplinary cooperation, 2.07. Research in general practice, and 3.09. Geriatric care
Chair: Zehra Dagli, Zalika Klemenc Ketiš
ID: 507
Role of the general practitioner in building patient’s awareness about diagnostic value of commercial genetic tests in neoplasm diagnostics
Adrianna Tupaj
ID: 322
Proactive Integrated Care or Older People to prevent acute events: a long term implementation
Nienke Bleijenberg
ID: 1197
Improvement of primary care services through a participatory process with citizens and professionals
Belén Enfedaque
ID: 231
‘Why are you doing that?’: how GP trainees and supervisors observe each other’s considerations for decision-making during consultations
Lisanne Welink
ID: 1148
The family physician’s role in care management related to hip fracture in elderly people
Zuzana Katreniakova

Friday, June 28, 2019 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

Friday, June 28, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 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

Friday, June 28, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

Cinema City: Hall 6
OP: 2.08. Education and professional development and 2.09. Undergraduate teaching
Chair: Lodewik Pas, Tuğba Çalışkan
ID: 583
Socially connected GPs – why they matter in teaching and learning.
Rebecca Farrington
Lisa Collins
ID: 616
‘ It is not about the trainee’ - a qualitative study of patients’ perspectives on consulting a GP trainees
Sarah de Bever
ID: 659
It’s complicated: a qualitative study on factors affecting trainees’ patient mix according to professionals
Sarah de Bever
ID: 643
Development and evaluation of an elective on community oriented primary care
Wolfram J. Herrmann
ID: 714
Implementation of a program to optimize antibiotic prescribing quality in primary care in the Netherlands
Alike van der Velden

Friday, June 28, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

Cinema City: Hall 7
OP: 1.05. Food and nutrition and 1.06. Gender issues
Chair: Özden Gökdemir, Pinar Topsever
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

Friday, June 28, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 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 Bláhová
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

Friday, June 28, 2019 12:30 – 13:30

SNT: Studio
Lunch Break

Friday, June 28, 2019 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

Friday, June 28, 2019 14:15 – 14:20

SNT: Studio
Break

Friday, June 28, 2019 14:15 – 14:30

SNT: Opera Hall
Break

Friday, June 28, 2019 14:20 – 17:30

SNT: Studio
Slovak - Czech Day

Friday, June 28, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

SNT: Opera Hall
OP: 2.09. Undergraduate teaching and 2.10. Quality and safety of care
Chair: Isabelle Dupie, Eva Arvidsson
ID: 1028
Collaborative and interdisciplinary learning in Primary Health: PET-HEALTH GraduaSUS experience at the Faculty of Medicine of a Federal University
Adélia Delfina da Motta Silva
ID: 88
Promoting undergraduate quality improvement (QI) projects in cancer care
Sabia Dayala
ID: 179
Improving cardiovascular risk factors by supporting General Practice Scholarship: showcasing tools for a general practice quality improvement platform
John J Edwards
ID: 361
The hidden patient: focusing on family for better understanding and providing humanized care
Vinicius Silva

Friday, June 28, 2019 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

Friday, June 28, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

Sheraton: Ballroom II
W: 2.08. Education and professional development (EGPRN)
ID: 681
Developing a web-based research course for Family Medicine trainees: a collaborative project from EGPRN, EURACT, EURIPA, EQuiP and Vasco da Gama
Ferdinando Petrazzuoli

Friday, June 28, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

Cinema City: Hall 5
OP: 1.07. IT: GP practice - Can the GP still remain humanistic?, 2.12. Cross-cultural medicine, 2.14. Information and technology and 2.15. Ethics and law
Chair: José Vicente Cayuela Espí, Sandra Adalgiza Alexiu
ID: 852
Communicating bad news in primary care: Workshop on different approaches
João Canelas
ID: 69
Thyroid ultrasonography at the family doctors practice - present and perspectives. Presentation of "the Thyro-screen Project” - the first interdisciplinary integrated and targeted thyroid screening.
Mihai Iacob
ID: 206
The incidence and forms of violence in family medicine – the research of the Association of general practice/family medicine of South East Europe AGP/FM SEE
Danica Pavlic
ID: 291
The migrant friendly general practise
Petra Jung
ID: 366
Must all good things come to an end? Continuing the joy of exchanges through twinning.
Bernadeta Bridgwood

Friday, June 28, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

Cinema City: Hall 6
OP: 3.05. Diabetes and metabolic problems
Chair: Rosália Cristina Páscoa, Karen Flegg
ID: 26
Our primary care sweetest diabetic patients – characteristics and points of concern
Heinrich Ilan
ID: 462
Evaluation of diagnosis, treatment and clinical follow up of diabetes mellitus patients’ according to primary and third stage health services
Elif Fatma Ozkan Pehlivanoglu
ID: 772
Choosing between a primary care physician and a specialist for the treatment of type-2 diabetes: a national multicenter cross-sectional study.
Philippe-Richard Domeyer
ID: 773
Screening for and manifestation of microvascular complications in diabetic primary care patients: a national multicenter cross-sectional study.
Philippe-Richard Domeyer
ID: 775
Health literacy and patient-related barriers in achieving effective glycemic control: a multicenter mixed-method study in Primary Healthcare in Greece
Philippe-Richard Domeyer

Friday, June 28, 2019 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: 751
If there is a chronic disease can we protect baby-mother since preconception? How do we safely treat acute pregnant conditions?
Joana Henriques
Margarida Henriques
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

Friday, June 28, 2019 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

Friday, June 28, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 14:30 – 15:45

SNT: 1S5M presentations
1S5M: 2. Discipline and profession and 3. Clinical management
Chair: Kelsey Hegarty, Shadia Constantine
ID: 762
Conspiracy of silence in palliative care. Young family doctor's point of view
Matteo Mannucci
ID: 72
AMANECE Project: Multidisciplinary action on the immobilized patient and their caregiver
José Antonio Pascual López
ID: 136
Silence pact: ethics and law in palliative care.
Estefanía Pérez Nicolás
ID: 783
Living will and advance directives of will: medical viewpoint of a portuguese region
Sara Nunes
ID: 17
How do we record dementia in GP's offices? What do we consider as dementia?
Danijela Daus-Šebeđak
ID: 332
Transvaginal ultrasound in general practice
Sanne Klinkhamer
ID: 190
How to manage with "Difficult Patients"
Matteo Mannucci
ID: 916
The effectiveness of primary GP-examination of women with cervical pathology in Uzbekistan.
Vokhidjon Khatamov
ID: 1097
Adequacy of the contraceptive method in smoking women: Investigation Study
Joana Gonçalves
ID: 279
Precocious Puberty: All that a Family Medicine Physician needs to know - A protocol proposal
Filipa Henriques da Silva
ID: 634
Physical activity during pregnancy: recommendations for primary health care providers.
Ana Cachola
ID: 1116
Iodine supplements during pregnancy – Quality Improvement
Joana Gonçalves
ID: 1140
Addressing pediatric societies’ recommendations about screen time
Rita Cibrão
ID: 874
Early intervention in autism spectrum disorder
Ana Madeira

Friday, June 28, 2019 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

Friday, June 28, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

SNT: Drama Hall
OP: 2.12. Cross-cultural medicine and 2.15. Ethics and law
Chair: Alex Harding, Paul Giesen
ID: 492
Changing demographics, challenging times. How primary care can ensure equitable mental health care for European migrants
Aaron Poppleton
ID: 209
Forms of controls and the supervision over primary health care physicians in Slovenia and Macedonia
Danica Pavlic
ID: 935
Evaluation of “Ethical Rights” of the child: A cross-sectional study among paediatric and family practices
Tarik Eren Yilmaz

Friday, June 28, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

Sheraton: Connections I
W: 2.08. Education and professional development
ID: 76
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

Friday, June 28, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

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

Friday, June 28, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

Cinema City: Hall 1
OP: 2.10. Quality and safety of care
Chair: Pawel Zuk, Anna Volkert
ID: 305
The organization and performance of out-of-hours Primary Care in the Netherlands
Martijn Rutten
ID: 367
Improving quality of practice: is discussion of audit and feedback with peers the golden goose?
Dorien van der Winden
ID: 782
Validation of a questionnaire on patient safety culture and second victim experiences for resident physicians
Maria-Pilar Astier-Peña
ID: 1026
To err is human
Hagit Dascal Weichhendler
Shelly Rothschild Meir

Friday, June 28, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

Cinema City: Hall 2
OP: 2.07. Research in general practice, 3.04. Digestive problems, 3.05. Diabetes and metabolic problems
Chair: Peter Torzsa, Michel Grøntvedt van Schaardenburgh
ID: 920
Attitudes and Perspectives of General Practitioners about Screening of Colorectal Cancer in Greece. A Study Protocol
George Tzanis
ID: 495
Management of Helicobacter pylori infection by family physicians and internists in Hungary
Bernadett Markus
ID: 981
Screening for mood disorders among patients with diabetes in Primary Care
Csenge Hargittay
ID: 438
Can lifestyle intervention replace antidiabetic and hypertensive drugs? - about a case report
Pedro Vieira
ID: 59
De-intensification of blood glucose lowering medication in people with type 2 diabetes identified as being over-treated: a mixed methods study
Bertien Hart

Friday, June 28, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

Cinema City: Hall 5
OP: 2.03. Family medicine and 2.05. Consultation skills
Chair: Andrée Rochfort, Paulina Birula
ID: 588
Migrant Family Doctors: What do they need and how can we support them?
Candan Kendir
ID: 3
How we can get better in our consultation techniques?
Aurelija Dubicke
ID: 589
Better personalised care through multidimensional, individualised consultations in General Practice
Karolien van den Brekel-Dijkstra
ID: 657
Implementation of video recording with immediate feedback in real-time consultation in general practice
Younes Touati
ID: 556
Spirituality in healthcare: out of date in an increasingly secular Europe?
Dan Knights

Friday, June 28, 2019 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

Friday, June 28, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

Cinema City: Hall 7
OP: Miscellaneous
Chair: Samuel Seidu, Miguel Roman-Rodriguez
ID: 224
The value of MCV in determining the underlying cause of anemia in general practice
Annemarie Schop
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
ID: 934
Congenital dermal sinus in infant: A case report
Alexandra Táboas

Friday, June 28, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

Cinema City: Hall 8
OP: 2.07. Research in general practice
Chair: Ikka Kunnamo, Joana Reis
ID: 899
Establishing a research network in primary health care: challenges and experience
Martha Andreou
ID: 392
The difficult patient and the over-medicalization (quaternary prevention). Relationship between public spending and clinical practice
Maria Zamparella
ID: 748
How do general practitioners experience and what do they expect of a digitally supported pharmacotherapy management system in polypharmacy?
Sara Söling
ID: 710
What are the training and educational gaps of European trained doctors coming to work as General Practitioners in the UK?
Hannatu Lawan
ID: 836
Understanding clinical research: the basics of descriptive and inferential statistics
Philippe-Richard Domeyer

Friday, June 28, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

Cinema City: Hall 9
OP: 2.03. Family medicine and 3.19. Occupational health
Chair: Johann Agust Sigurdsson, Ted van Essen
ID: 925
Strengthening collaboration between the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and general practitioners/ family physicians (GPs/FPs)
Ivana Silva
ID: 927
Family doctors’ patient centredness and perception of the problematic domains in the provision of healthcare for multimorbidity patients
Radost Asenova
Gergana Foreva
Mehmet Ungan
ID: 726
Long-term post-traumatic stress disorder in mine workers after a coalmining disaster
Vildan Mevsim
ID: 480
To the “Portrait” of the family doctor in Kyrgyzstan
Shirin Talapbek kyzy

Friday, June 28, 2019 16:15 – 17:30

SNT: 1S5M presentations
1S5M: 1. Global issues and 3. Clinical management
Chair: David Jameson, 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: Opera Hall
OP: 2.01. Primary care policy, 2.05. Consultation skills and 2.06. Interdisciplinary cooperation
Chair: Pramendra Prasad Gupta, Silvia Masarykova
ID: 1012
From Alma-Ata to Astana and beyond: Primary Health Care – reflecting on the past, transforming for the future. Experiences from Europe.
Evangelos Fragkoulis
ID: 1074
Decentralisation of primary care financing and regulation in Europe: a taxonomy
Ana Belen Espinosa-Gonzalez
ID: 1203
Factors influencing violence against primary care providers in the South Asian countries: A systematic review
Md Mahbub Hossain
ID: 77
The Applications of "Point of Care Ultrasonography" (PoC-US) in Family Medicine: an experimental FOCUS (Focused Cardiac UltraSound) Screening or Basic Cardiac Ultrasound for non- cardiologists known under the acronyms of: Rapid Cardiac Assessment(RCA)
Mihai Iacob
ID: 530
Efficacy of the tool "telederma" applied in primary health care
José Vicente Cayuela Espí

Saturday, June 29, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

SNT: Drama Hall
OP: 3.02. Cardiovascular diseases and 3.03. Respiratory problems
Chair: Barbara Ukropcova, Victoria Tkachenko
ID: 5
INR and vitamin K antagonists management by general practitioners in Basse-Normandie (France).
Loïc Druilhe
ID: 101
Adherence with chronic use of oral anticoagulation among patients in two dispensing practices in the Netherlands: a comparison with Direct-Acting Oral Anticoagulants (DOACs) and vitamin K antagonists (VKAs)
Freek Stijntjes
ID: 315
A cardiovascular risk prediction model for older people - development and validation
Emma van Bussel
ID: 1179
Hand-held cardiac ultrasound examinations performed in primary care patients by nonexperts to identify reduced ejection fraction
Gunnar Nilsson
ID: 14
Spirometry made easy
Miguel Roman-Rodriguez

Saturday, June 29, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

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

Saturday, June 29, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

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

Saturday, June 29, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

Sheraton: Ballroom I
W: 3.01. Prevention and health promotion
ID: 242
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

Saturday, June 29, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

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

Saturday, June 29, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

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

Saturday, June 29, 2019 08:30 – 09:45

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

Saturday, June 29, 2019 09:45 – 10:00

SNT: Opera Hall
Break

Saturday, June 29, 2019 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

Saturday, June 29, 2019 10:45 – 11:15

SNT: Opera Hall
Coffee Break

Saturday, June 29, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

SNT: Opera Hall
OP: 2.08. Education and professional development
Chair: Hagit Dascal-Weichhendler, Aisha Chaudry
ID: 73
Using arts in the training of primary care professionals
Mehmet Akman
ID: 115
‘The ABC of family medicine research’ – evaluation of a trans-national training course for early career family doctors
Pavlo Kolesnyk
ID: 128
Rethinking bias and truth in evidence-based health care
Sietse Wieringa
ID: 134
Music and the four quadrants of knowledge applied to medicine as facilitators of medical education and humanism
Marco Janaudis

Saturday, June 29, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

SNT: Drama Hall
OP: 3.05. Diabetes and metabolic problems
Chair: Joachim Sturmberg, Štefan Krnáč
ID: 969
Does the blood glucose regulation of diabetics really break down by Ramadan fasting?
İsmail Kasım
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

Saturday, June 29, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Saturday, June 29, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Saturday, June 29, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Saturday, June 29, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

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

Saturday, June 29, 2019 11:15 – 12:30

Sheraton: Connections II
W: 3.17. Emergencies and trauma
ID: 117
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

Saturday, June 29, 2019 12:30 – 13:45

SNT: Opera Hall
Closing Ceremony