Posters

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POS11. Precision health systems
POS22. Access to precision medicine
POS33. The actors
POS44. Digital health sciences
POS55. New channels of information

 

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No.Main AuthorMain Author OrganisationMain Author CountryTitle
POS1-01DARE, Napo Guitcha BetébeANITTogo"La consultation infirmière: une réponse au défi des maladies chroniques au Togo"
POS1-02Lin, Hui-PingDepartment of Health, New Taipei City GovernmentTaiwanIntegrated Development of Health Promotion cloud-based Mobile platform and Application (APP) in New Taipei City
POS1-03Adjekum, AfuaETH ZurichSwitzerlandConceptualizing Trust in Digital Health Systems: A Systematic Scoping Review
POS1-04Mengliboeva, ZulfiraEnhancing Primary Health Care Services project in the Republic of TajikistanTajikistanCommunity involvement in health planning and health literacy levels in rural Tajikistan
POS1-05Dubail, MathildeUniversity of GenevaSwitzerlandFormation à l'échographie obstétricale par télé-échographie interactive au Congo - Brazzaville
POS1-06Park SungheaUniversity of BaselSwitzerlandHealth Literacy and Communication Technology
in a Neglected Population with Specific Needs Access
POS1-07Stevens, HildeInstitute for Interdisciplinary Innovation in healthcare (I3h) at Universite libre de BruxellesBelgiumFostering interdisciplinarity to educate the next generation of global health actors: a key mission of the newly created I3h Institute
POS1-08Wyss, KasparSwiss Tropical and Public Health InstituteSwitzerlandWhat are the changing roles of the Ministry of Health in decentralization? Perspectives from the Philippines after 25 years of devolving public health services
POS1-09Gaudet-Blavignac, ChristopheUNIGE Division of Medical Information SciencesSwitzerlandTranslating patient related narratives into SNOMED-CT to enable interoperability of healthcare data.
POS1-10Ouedraogo, BoukariSwiss Tropical and Public Health InstituteChadTOWARDS EQUITY EFFECTIVENESS OF MATERNAL HEALTH SERVICE COVERAGE: RURAL SEDENTARY AND MOBILE POPULATIONS IN CHAD
POS1-11Posadzki, PaulCentre for Population Health Sciences (CePHaS), Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological UniversitySingaporeDigital education for healthcare professionals in low and middle-income countries: An inquiry of 21 studies across 15 countries around the world
POS1-12Bernasconi, AndreaSwiss TPHSwitzerlandDigitalised IMCI management algorithms on tablet:Results of the ALMANACH Pilot Project in Nigeria and Afghanistan.
POS1-13Bernasconi, AndreaSwiss TPHSwitzerlandThe ALMANACH concept: protocols and guidelines at your fingertips
POS1-14Seymour, BrittanyHarvard UniversityUnited States of America‘Echo Chambers’ and the Digital Health Communication Ecosystem: A Pioneering Platform for Exploring New Hypotheses about Knowledge Transfer
POS1-15Shattuck, DominickGeorgetown University's Institute for Reproductive HealthUnited States of AmericaThe Impact of Male Migration on Women’s Reproductive Health Decisions
POS1-16Wiedenmayer, KarinSCIH at SwissTPHSwitzerlandResponding to informal taskshifting in medicines management: a new pharmaceutical cadre to serve rural primary health care facilities in Tanzania
POS1-17Stepurko, TetianaSchool of Public Health of National University of Kyiv-Mohyla AcademyUkraineThe experience of introduction evidence-based practices in Ukraine: Swiss-Ukrainian Mother and child health programme
POS1-18Liberton, NielsVU University Medical CenterNetherlands3-Dimensional Scanning for a Phase-2 Clinical Trial in Mycetoma in Sudan
POS1-19Chikhladze, NinoTbilisi State UniversityGeorgiaAttitude toward quality and safety in health care: perceived outcomes and concerns
POS1-20Barbara, ComteHumatemFranceLa formation à la maintenance biomédicale pour des techniciens au Sud-Kivu (RDC)
POS1-22Matlin, StephenGlobal Health Centre at The Graduate InstituteSwitzerlandInnovative governance in global polio eradication efforts: towards the effective transition of polio-related knowledge and processes
POS1-24TRIVEDI, ArchanaInternational Union Against TB and Lung DiseaseIndiaEngagement of Informal Health Care Providers Increases Referrals and Successful Outcome of TB patients in Tribal District of India Using Mobile Technology
POS1-25Enwereji, Ezinna EzinneCollege of Medicine, Abia State UniversityNigeriaMaking supervision   Supportive   and Sustainable in Primary Health Care Services in Nigeria
POS1-27Klipstein-Grobusch, KerstinUniversity Medical Center UtrechtNetherlandsHealth Systems, Context and Frontline Provider Decision Making for Maternal and Neonatal Health: The Accelerate Project
POS1-28Cruz-Bacayo, Dr. May FlorenceManagement and Science UniversityMalaysiaJOB SATISFACTION, CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND PHARMACEUTICAL CARE PRACTICE OF HOSPITAL PHARMACISTS: BASIS FOR PHARMACY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
POS1-29Laokri, SamiaUniversité Libre de BruxellesBelgiumWhat role can novel technologies and practices play in the provision of equitable access to quality care for TB patients in low- and middle-income countries?
POS1-30Asrullah, MuhammadCenter for Health Policy and Management, Universitas Gadjah MadaIndonesiaPrenatal Care Services and Its Relation to Low Birth Weight In Indonesia
POS1-31Karageorgiadis, AlexanderDepartment of Pediatrics, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DCUnited States of AmericaComprehensive assessment on migrants and refugees residing in the refugee camp on the island of Samos in Greece
POS1-32Ashrafuzzaman, Md.Military Institute of Science and TechnologyBangladeshMedical Engineering Approach to Development of Cost Effective Central Monitoring Station for Ensuring the Patients Care in the Critical Areas of Hospitals
POS1-33Salari, PaolaSwiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH)SwitzerlandDeterminants of health insurance enrolment in Ghana: evidence from three national households surveys
POS1-34Barman, DebjaniIIHMR UniversityIndiaCommunity Delivery Centers: A Drivers for Basic Obstetric Care among the islanders of Indian Sundarbans
POS1-36Abi Ramia, JinaneMinistry of Public Health, LebanonLebanonStep-by-Step: Feasibility testing an e-mental health intervention in Lebanon
POS1-37Ylli, AlbanInstitute of Public health, Tirana Univesity of MedicineAlbaniaAccess to Primary Health Care for Older People with Hypertension and Depression in Albania
POS1-38Houriet, JoëlleSchool of Pharmacy, University of GenevaSwitzerlandA reverse pharmacology approach for evaluating traditional medicines in the Republic of Palau to improve the management of obesity-linked diabetes
POS1-40Chinwong, SurarongFaculty of Pharmacy, Chiang Mai UniversityThailandDrug advertisements broadcasted on radios in Thailand
POS1-41Kogan, Nicole1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2. Institut de Sante Globale (UNIGE Faculte de Medecine)United States of AmericaThe First Crowdsourced Map of Global Wet Markets: Toward a Digital Approach for Epidemiological Surveillance and Food Safety
POS1-42Sackou-Kouakou, Julie-GhislaineUniversité Félix Houphouët BoignyCote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)GEOGRAPHIE DES PROBLEMES DE SANTE DANS  UNE COMMUNAUTE RURALE DE LA CÔTE D’IVOIRE : CAS DU PALUDISME
POS1-43Ezeama, MartinaIMO STATE UNIVERSITYNigeriaSCHOOL-BASED HIV/AIDS RISK–REDUCTION INTERVENTION PROGRAMMES AMONG ADOLESCENTS IN ORLU SENATORIAL ZONE, IMO STATE, NIGERIA.
POS1-44Chuang, Shu-LinNational Taiwan UniversityTaiwanApplying Evidence of Translational Medicine to the Risk-Oriented Cancer Screening for Oral Neoplasm
POS1-45Carmeli, CristianInstitute of Social and Preventive Medicine / Lausanne University HospitalSwitzerlandSocioeconomic status and 25x25 risk factors as determinants of physical functioning: a multicohort study of 109’012 middle-old age participants in 24 countries
POS1-47Wang, JiancongInstitute of Global Health, Faculty of Medicine, University of GenevaSwitzerlandHospital organization, management, and structure for infection prevention and control of healthcare-associated infection in Chinese hospitals: systematic review
POS1-48Khanal, AmitWell-Being NepalNepalThe oral health condition and treatment needs assessment of elderly villagers in central Nepal
POS1-49TRIVEDI, ArchanaInternational Union Against TB and Lung DiseaseIndiaSystematic Screening for Early Detection of Tuberculosis through Screening Camps in Tribal District of India – An economic model for access to TB care.
POS1-50TRIVEDI, ArchanaInternational Union Against TB and Lung DiseaseIndia# Unite to End TB: Collaboration with Corporate Hospital, E-Tool Based Solution for Better Outcome of TB Patients – Experience from India
POS2-01Mitsakakis, KonstantinosHahn-SchickardGermanyIntegrated management of tropical diseases by converging human diagnostics and vector control under a One Health approach
POS2-03Baker, KevinMalaria ConsortiumUnited KingdomAccuracy results from field trials of four respiratory rate timers to detect pneumonia by frontline health workers in sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia
POS2-04Ward, CharlotteMalaria ConsortiumUnited KingdomImproving a Reference Standard for Evaluating Respiratory Rate Devices to Diagnose Symptoms of Pneumonia in Children Under 5
POS2-05Crimi, AlessandroUniversity Hospital of ZurichSwitzerlandBoosting diabetes screening in rural Ghana via mobile phone apps
POS2-07Esoimeme, GloriaUniversity of South CarolinaUnited States of AmericaManagement of Lassa fever in resource limited setting: Experience from Irrua Specialist Teaching Hospital
POS2-08Djatché Miafo, JoelResponsable du projet au Cameroun, Psychologue ClinicienCameroonProcédure Précise de Soins pour Troubles Mentaux des Mères Adolescentes : Cameroun
POS2-09Madankumar, Parangimalai DiwakarRagas Dental College and HospitalIndiaAn assessment of tooth brushing kinetics using smartphone mobile device sensors – a cross sectional observational study
POS2-10Biswas, SeemaBMJ Case ReportsUnited KingdomInnovating low cost and low resource solutions for medical and surgical care is austere environments.
POS2-12Yang, Yung MeiKaohsiung Medical UniversityTaiwanThe non-compliance factors of TB treatment among the multidrug-resistant TB (MDR-TB) cases
POS2-13Von Grünigen, SandrineHUGSwitzerlandSafe handling of cytotoxic medicines and related waste: Development of a self-assessment tool adapted to resource-constrained settings
POS2-14Diop, ElHadji AssaneUniversity of GenevaSwitzerlandCounterfeits and Sub-Standards medicines: Five years experience in Senegal with capillary electrophoresis
POS2-16Al-Salmani, NasserMinistry of HealthOmanWork ethics of a HealthCare Surveyor in a healthcare accreditation system
POS2-17Kleczka, BernadetteInstitute for Public Health, University of HeidelbergGermanyIs modern information technology always the best? Rubber stamp templates improve clinical documentation in private sector primary healthcare facilities in Kenya
POS2-18Saadeh, RawanUNRWAJordanQuality data for efficient management - lessons from the UNRWA Health Procurement Strengthening Project
POS2-19TRIVEDI, ArchanaInternational Union Against TB and Lung DiseaseIndiaNecessity of Establishing Efficient and Effective Linkages in Diabetic Health Care Pathway through use of Information Communication Technology in India
POS3-01Azabji-Kenfack, MarcelFaculty of Medicine and Biomedical SciencesCameroonPutting noise pollution in the public health Agenda in Africa : Levels of ambient noise exposure around primary schools, Yaounde, Cameroon
POS3-02Biswas, SeemaBMJ Case ReportsUnited KingdomHumanitarian Diplomacy and Advocacy through Global Health case reports
POS3-03Kitamura, AkikoDepartment of Community and Global Health, Graduate School of Medicine, The University of TokyoJapanHealth and Subjective Well-being of Older Adults after the 2011 Triple Disaster in Fukushima, Japan: Scenario Mapping Analysis
POS3-04Lagger, GrégoireUniversity of Geneva, University Hospital of GenevaSwitzerlandA new patient education program targeting Type 2 diabetes remission
POS3-05Stormacq, CoralineInstitut et Haute Ecole de Santé La SourceSwitzerlandStrategies used by socioeconomically disadvantaged people to access, understand, appraise and apply health information: an exploration of Health Literacy skills
POS3-06Morgiève, MargotICMFranceSciences participatives en santé mentale- Cas des troubles obsessionnels compulsifs
POS3-07Aebischer Perone, SigiriyaHUGSwitzerlandEnd of life care and support in Doboj municipality, Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH): design of a patient centered inter-professional intervention
POS3-08Ehrler, FredericUniversity Hospitals of GenevaSwitzerlandInfoKids: empowering patients at paediatric emergency department
POS3-09Caradja, JasmineMedical University - PlevenBulgariaHospitals for long treatment and rehabilitation - underestimated health resource
POS3-10Subramanian, JayaramUniversity of AucklandNew ZealandImplementing disruptive health innovations: Redefining traditional innovation vectors for impactful solutions
POS3-11Hrelja Hasecic, DzenitaAsocijacija XYBosnia and HerzegovinaEmbedding recovery practice in community mental health services
POS3-13Wogaing, JeannetteUniversité de Douala CamerounCameroonL’Hôpital : un lieu, un espace et des actrices à Douala au Cameroun
POS4-02Chang, Hsing-YiNHRITaiwanConstructing Intelligent Hospital – developing platforms for estimating risks and the subsequent management of chronic diseases in Taiwan
POS4-03Gold, MarinaMundo SanoSpainAccess to Health and Perceptions of Chagas Disease among Latin American migrants in Geneva, Switzerland
POS4-04Posadzki, PawelLEE KONG CHIAN SCHOOL OF MEDICINE NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITYSingaporeDeveloping Standards for Reporting of Digital Health Education Intervention Trials (STEDI) statement: an extension of the CONSORT initiative
POS4-05Giroldo, FláviaUniversity of São PauloBrazilGLOBAL HEALTH EDUCATION AND SUSTAINABILITY: STRATEGY FOR HEALTH PROMOTION
POS4-06Thullen, GabrielDIPSwitzerlandWikipedia then and now - how things have changed since the last time Wikipedia was criticized...
POS4-07Jane, DanFreelanceSwitzerlandA novel approach to monitoring shipping emissions in the digital age
POS4-08Sadeghimehr, MaryamInstitute of Global HealthSwitzerlandAll-cause Mortality and Causes of Death Among Hepatitis-C Infected People in Switzerland: Preliminary results based on a disease progression model
POS4-09Foufi, VasilikiUniversity of GenevaSwitzerlandDe-identification of medical narrative data.
POS4-11Pasche, EmilieUniversity of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland (HES-SO) and Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics (SIB)SwitzerlandLiterature retrieval for personalized cancer treatment
POS4-12Kitamura, AkikoUNRWAJordanMobile MCH Handbook Application for Palestine Refugee Mothers and Children in Jordan
POS4-13Dekova, RalitzaFranceAPPLICATIONS OF SPACE TECHNOLOGIES TO GLOBAL HEALTH: A SCOPING REVIEW
POS4-14Rahman, Ahmed Ehsanuricddr,bBangladeshImproving IMCI service quality using e-health technology at primary facilities of Bangladesh: Developing the e-IMCI software through a participatory approach
POS4-15Selimi, ErionHealth for All Project (HAP) AlbaniaAlbaniaIntroduction of electronic drug prescriptions in Albania's primary health care system - processes and challenges of the implementation in Fier Region
POS5-01Mashori, Mohammad HassanFundamental Human Rights & Rural Development Association FHRRDAPakistanMobilizers Mobilized: Information, Expression, Mobilization and Participation in the Digital Age
POS5-04Lucero-Prisno, Don Eliseo IIIXi'an Jiatong-Liverpool UniversityChinaDeveloping a New Generation of Global Health Thinkers and Leaders from the South
POS5-05Barteit, SandraInstitute of Public Health, Heidelberg UniversityGermanyTeaching Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) for Climate Change and Health education
POS5-06Bediang, GeorgesFaculty of Medicine and Biomedical SciencesCameroonBlended learning as a capacity building method of healthcare professionals for the implementation of telemedicine in resource-limited settings
POS5-07Bagayoko, Cheick OumarRAFT / CERTESMaliDigital and Continuing Medical Education for Health Professionals in Sub-Saharan Africa: Barriers, Potential and Knowledge Acquisition
POS5-08Bolan, NancyIMA World HealthCongo KinshasamLearning in the DR Congo: A Feasibility and Pilot Project using the Safe Delivery App with facility-based providers of Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care
POS5-09Barteit, SandraInstitute of Public Health, Heidelberg UniversityGermanyStrengthening medical teaching and training in remote areas with self-directed medical e-learning in Zambia
POS5-10Mambetova, AltynaiPublic Foundation Initiatives in Medical Education/ Medical Education Reforms ProjectKyrgyzstanE-learning as a key component of the medical education reform in Kyrgyzstan
POS5-11Devlin, MicheleUniversity of Northern IowaUnited States of AmericaDEVELOPING TACTICAL CULTURAL ASSET TEAMS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH DISASTERS AND HUMANITARIAN EMERGENCIES