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PYR11. Precision health systems
PYR22. Access to precision medicine
PYR33. The actors
PYR44. Digital health sciences
PYR55. New channels of information


No.Main AuthorMain Author OrganisationMain Author CountryTitle
PYR1-01Wells, NadyaGraduate InstituteSwitzerland“Four Challenges that Global Health Networks Face” Shiffman Framework to contrast access to medicines challenges for NCDs and NTDs: Insulin versus Praziquantel
PYR1-02Welch, DeniseRegions of Climate ActionSwitzerlandClimate Change Mitigation: Reduction of Waterborne and Vector-borne Infections in Akugbene Community of Delta State, Nigeria using Bio-sand Water Filters
PYR1-03Lin, XuSoochow UniversityChinaNSAIDs abuse in China: Challenges and Issues
PYR1-04Mohamed, BasemWorld Health OrganisationSwitzerlandRole of youth engagement (Students and young professionals) in health workforce policy making and governance: A case study from the World Health Organisation   
PYR1-05Akahome, PascalAntiretroviral improved access initiativeNigeriaAccess to ARVs in Nigeria, challenges and solution
PYR1-06Venkatasubramanian, AkarshGlobal Studies Institute, University of GenevaSwitzerlandInterdisciplinary approaches towards health and wellbeing for all: a snapshot from India
PYR1-07Ngo Nsoga, Marie ThérèseMinistère de la Santé PubliqueCameroonSynthèses des formations sur la prise en charge des morsures de serpents dans le Nord du Cameroun
PYR1-08Tadjudje, WillyUniversité Catholique de Louvain - CRIDESBelgiumDigitization of health services: Focus on the obligation to protect personal data in Cameroon
PYR1-09McElfish, PearlUniversity of Arkansas for Medical SciencesUnited States of AmericaInterpretive Policy Analysis: Marshallese COFA Migrants and the Affordable Care Act
PYR1-10Chabloz, ManonUniversité de Genève, Faculté de Médecine HumaineSwitzerlandSnakebite in the health district of Akonolinga, Cameroon: a cross-sectional and qualitative survey on incidence, disabilities, and traditional medicine
PYR1-11Krupchanka, DzmitryNational Institute of Mental HealthCzech RepublicMortality gap associated with mental disorders in the Czech Republic
PYR1-12Komi Honam, GboneFrance La prévention des IST/VIH et prise en charge HSH migrants à Paris
PYR1-13Neupane, RoshanNepal Public Health and Education GroupNepalPrevalence and Factors Associated of Non Communicable Diseases among Government Employees in Biratnagar, Morang, Nepal
PYR1-14Sumboh, JeffreyNoguchi Memorial Institute for Medical ResearchGhanaNon-Adherence to Community Directed Treatment with Ivermectin for Onchocerciasis Elimination in Abekwai, Tain District of Ghana
PYR1-15Jeannot, Emilienuniversité de genèveSwitzerlandAcceptability and effectiveness of HPV self-sampling for monitoring the early impact of the HPV vaccination program on public health in Switzerland
PYR1-16Kabore, LassaneAgence de Médecine PréventiveBurkina FasoEvaluation of the Recording of Routine Childhood Vaccination Data in Burkina Faso
PYR1-17Kar, SonalikaNational Institute of Malaria ResearchIndiaGenetic polymorphism in Duffy Binding Protein (pvdbp) gene of Plasmodium vivax Indian isolates; its implication in vaccine design
PYR1-18Dash, ManoswiniNational Institute of Malaria ResearchIndiaComputational and molecular evolutionary analysis of the putative PvCSP gene as potential target for Plasmodium vivax malaria in India
PYR1-19Panov, DmitriyNIITPM – branch of Institute of Cytology and Genetics SB RASRussiaKnowledge about the health and adherence to preventive measures: gender features. WHO program MONICA-psychosocial
PYR1-20Sandoval, José LuisGeneva University HospitalsSwitzerlandAlcohol control laws, inequalities and geographical clusters of harmful alcohol use in Geneva (Switzerland)
PYR1-21Gnassingbe Aristide A.University of GenevaTogoState of the fight against informal market of medicines in Togo: approaches and limitations
PYR1-22Tatarinova TatianaUniversity of SechenovRussiaSurveillance of NCD risk factors among women of reproductive age in selected Eastern European and Central Asian countries using WHO STEPwise approach with e-STEPS application
PYR1-23Polushkin  Vitaly G.University of SechenovRussiaOvercoming barriers in poststroke rehabilitation: eHealth technologies to bridge routing and financial gaps
PYR1-24Milchakov KirillUniversity of SechenovRussiaE-Health tool for the management of CKD : development and implementation of clinical decision support system for Russian population: a Pilot study
PYR2-01Poorni, SaravananSaveetha Dental CollegeIndiaEffectiveness of a mobile image based teledentistry tool to screen oral diseases among a rural population in Tamil Nadu, India
PYR2-02Dor, MarianneCentre Médical UniversitaireSwitzerlandTears: a future vision for the biomarker discovery in medicine?
PYR2-03Palchaudhuri, RiyaBurnet InstituteAustraliaRelative and total levels of CD64 and neutrophil elastase as biomarkers for detection of sepsis
PYR2-04Nit, BuntongyiUniversity of PuthisastraCambodiaReview of Heart Regeneration by using induced Pluripotent Stem Cells and extracellular matrix protein, Agrin, in Mice and Primate hearts
PYR2-05Hin, SebastianHahn-Schickard & IMTEK, University of FreiburgGermanyDifferential diagnosis of fever in West- and East-Africa
PYR2-06Santarelli, TaïnaMadameSwitzerlandPANDA system, a mobile health application to support health care providers to conduct and to compile ANC in Burkina Faso: an analysis of a pilot study
PYR2-07Montagnoli, CaterinaUniversity of GenevaItalyCreating Networks to promote reproductive health amongst migrants in a Swiss environment
PYR2-08Saito, HirokiWHOSwitzerlandOveruse/Misuse of Surgical Antimicrobial Prophylaxis (SAP) in a Rural Hospital in Uganda
PYR2-09Sun, Wan-NaDepartment of Nursing, National Cheng Kung University HospitalTaiwanDeterminates Of Decision-Conflict Among Health Care Proxy Of Lung Cancer Patients In Intensive Care Unit
PYR3-01McElfish, PearlUniversity of Arkansas for Medical SciencesUnited States of AmericaCBPR to overcome historical trauma and engage Marshallese in genetic study.
PYR3-02McElfish, PearlUniversity of Arkansas for Medical SciencesUnited States of AmericaCommunity Engaged Research Training
PYR3-03Panov, DmitriyNIITPM – branch of Institute of Cytology and Genetics SB RASRussia28-years trends in awareness about the health and adherence to cardiovascular prevention in the open male population aged 25-44 years in Russia/Siberia
PYR3-04Dekova, RalitzaFranceFramework Analysis of Hospital Rating Systems
PYR3-05McElfish, PearlUniversity of Arkansas for Medical SciencesUnited States of AmericaFamily Model of DSME
PYR3-06Lee, Yew Fong72, MJC Mutiara, Batu Kawah Newtownship,MalaysiaInnovations in Behavioral Change and Patient Safety to Improve Infection Prevention and Control– a World Health Organization ‘Clean Care is Safer Care’ Project
PYR3-07Beltagy, MarwaDepartment of Public Health, University of HelsinkiFinlandNight work and risk of common mental disorders: Analyzing observational data as a non-randomized pseudo trial
PYR3-08Jimeno, Kenneth Jim JosephDepartment of Health–Health Policy Development and Planning BureauPhilippinesHealth-Related Practices of Urban Migrant Workers in Metro Manila: Determinants and Outcomes
PYR3-09Hernández Gallegos, María del RosarioPompeu Fabra UniversityMexicoCivil society organizations and youth volunteering in building the youth health agenda
PYR3-10Martinez, CécileRESBelgiumPerspectives ergonomique et réaliste de l’implantation internationale d’un dispositif en promotion à la santé dans les écoles par des acteurs mutualistes
PYR4-01Al-Farsi, OmarMinistry of HealthOmanSustainable Development Goal Indicators in Oman: A Health Perspective
PYR4-02Joon, MeghanUnited States of AmericaEducation before Intervention
PYR4-03Montagnoli, CaterinaUNIGEItalySourcing in the Digital Age: Health Issues at the Human-Animal-Ecosystem Interface in Refugee Camps
PYR4-04Maalouf, ElianeUniversity of NeuchâtelSwitzerlandHEALTH SYSTEM DATA MANAGEMENT INFRASTRUCTUREBenefiting of information technologies to enable adaptive evidence-based decision making in the Swiss Health System
PYR4-05Benissa, mohamed-ridaUniversity of GenevaSwitzerlandUnsupervised electronic stethoscope for childhood pneumonia diagnostic. A proof of concept study in the University Hospital of Geneva.
PYR4-06Lin, Chi-HungDepartment of Health, New Taipei City GovernmentTaiwanIntegrated Development of Health Promotion cloud-based Mobile platform and Application (APP) in New Taipei City
PYR5-01Montagnoli, CaterinaUniversity of GenevaItalyEco-livraison:an Innovative Bike delivery system for Geneva Farmers
PYR5-02Issom, David-ZacharieUniversity of Geneva / Geneva University HospitalsSwitzerlandOnline access to information of people with Sickle Cell Disease: Where do patients talk about their health?
PYR5-03Ngo Nsoga, Marie ThérèseMinistère de la Santé PubliqueCameroonRéinsertion communautaire des patients atteints de plaies chroniques au Cameroun
PYR5-04Mangeret, FlaviaHUGSwitzerlandCooperation To The Development Of Specific Neonatal Care In A Referral Hospital At Douala – Can videoconference increase quality and sustainability?
PYR5-05Support for response, TeamWorld Health OrganizationSwitzerlandOpenWHO: Integrating online knowledge transfer into health emergency response
PYR5-06Tiwari, AparnaNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MALARIA RESEARCHIndiaNatural protection against Plasmodium falciparum cerebral malaria through RAS polymorphisms: a risk factor for hypertension
PYR5-07De, AuleyLincoln Education PVT. LTDIndiaPossible association of RAS polymorphisms with long-term malaria exposure