Swiss Public Health Conference 2017

Parallelsessions

Mittwoch, 22. November 2017  |  Donnerstag, 23. November 2017

Mittwoch, 22. November 2017 - 14:00-15:15 Uhr


Session Raum Parallelsessions
A1  Boston 1 Using big data to analyze infectious diseases
    Moderation: Damir Persia
   

Paying for diarrhoea: an estimation of healthcare costs due to acute gastroenteritis and campylobacteriosis in Switzerland

Claudia Schmutz¹; Daniel Mäusezahl¹; Philipp J. Bless¹; Matthias Schwenkglenks²; Damiano Urbinello¹

1 Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute / Universität Basel; 2 Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Prevention Institute (EBPI), University of Zurich / Institute of Pharmaceutical Medicine, University of Basel

   

Modeling the consequences of regional heterogeneity in human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination uptake on transmission in Switzerland

Maurane Riesen¹; Victor Garcia; Nicola Low¹; Christian L. Althaus²
1 Institut für Sozial- und Präventivmedizin (ISPM), Universität Bern; 2 Insitut für Sozial- und Präventivmedizin, Universität Bern 

   

Hepatitis A in Switzerland: what we learn from surveillance data

Claudia Schmutz¹; Sarah Huang²; Daniel Mäusezahl¹
1 Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute / Universität Basel; 2 Federal Office of Public Health

   

EHEC in Switzerland: outbreak or testing artefact?

Apolline Saucy¹; Claudia Schmutz¹; Fabienne Fischer¹; Marianne Jost²; Daniel Mäusezahl¹
1 Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, / University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland; 2 Swiss Federal Office of Public Health 

   

Epidemiologie der Legionärskrankheit in der Schweiz - vertiefte Analyse der Daten des obligatorischen Meldesystems, 2000 - 2016

Nicole Gysin¹; Claudia Schmutz; Daniel Mäusezahl
1 Bundesamt für Gesundheit, BAG

 A2 Boston 2 Personalized tools to achieve better health 
   

Moderation: Murielle Bochud

   

Model-free machine learning methods for personalized breast cancer risk prediction

Chang Ming¹; Pierre Chappuis²; Valeria Viassolo²; Nicole Probst³; Ivo Dinov⁴; Maria Katapodi¹
1 Nursing Science, Faculty of Medicine, University of Basel; 2 Oncogenetics and Cancer Prevention, Geneva University Hospitals; 3 Genetic Epidemiology of Non-Communicable Diseases, Swiss TPH; 4 Department of Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics, University of Michigan

   

Personalisierte Entscheidungshilfe für eine Therapie am Beispiel der autosomal-dominante polyzystische Nierenerkrankung: Wann soll das Nierenvolumen gemessen werden 

Laura Girardat-Rotar; Alison Abraham; Milo Puhan; Andreas Serra

   

Individually Tailored and Remote Physical Activity Promotion in Inactive Adults: Rational, design and baseline data of a randomized controlled trial

Xenia Fischer; Lukas Zahner; Oliver Faude; Lars Donath
Universität Basel: Departement für Sport, Bewegung und Gesundheit (DSBG) 

   

Repeated cross-sectional epigenome-wide association study on lung function, the ALEC project.  

Medea Imboden¹; Matthias Wielscher²; Faisal Rezwan³; André Amaral⁴; Emmanuel Schaffner⁵; Anna Beckmeyer-Borowko⁵; Marjo-Riitta Jarvelin⁴; John W Holloway³; Deborah L Jarvis⁴; Nicole M Probst-Hensch⁵
1 Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute; 2 Imperial College; 3 University of Southampton; 4 Imperial College London; 5 Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, University of Basel

   

ready4life: Individualisiertes SMS-Coachingprogramm für Lernende

Claudia Künzli, Lungenliga Schweiz 

 A3 Boston 3 Disability in the era of personalized medicine 
   

Moderation: Marcel Zwahlen

   

Advance Directives awareness and completion among elderly people in Switzerland: a gap to be reduced?

Sarah Vilpert¹; Jürgen Maurer¹; Carmen Borrat-Besson²
1 Université de Lausanne; 2 Centre de compétences suisse en sciences sociales 

   

Dispositions légales en cas d’incapacité de discernement : jugées intéressantes par les personnes âgées… quand elles les connaissent

Anne Cattagni Kleiner¹; Brigitte Santos-Eggimann¹; Sarah Fustinoni¹; Anne-Véronique Dürst²; Eve Rubli²; Katja Haunreiter; Laurence Seematter-Bagnoud¹
1 Institut universitaire de médecine sociale et préventive (CHUV&UNIL); 2 Centre hospitalier universitaire de Lausanne / CHUV

   

The Swiss paediatric Surveillance unit SPSU contributes to change in Public Health Policy and practice at an international level

Mirjam Mäusezahl; Christoph Rudin; Daniela Beeli

   

Mortality and longevity after traumatic spinal cord injury in Switzerland from 1990 to 2011: A 21-year longitudinal study

Jonviea D Chamberlain; Hans Peter Gmünder¹; Kerstin Hug²; Xavier Jordan³; André Moser⁴; Martin Schubert⁵; Martin WG Brinkhof⁶
1 Schweizer Paraplegiker Zentrum; 2 REHAB Basel, klinik für neurorehabilitation u. paraplegiologie; 3 Clinique romande de réadaptation SuvaCare; 4 Department of Geriatrics, Bern University Hospital, and Spital Netz Bern Ziegler, and University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland; 5 Balgrist University Hospital; 6 Schweizer Paraplegiker-Forschung

   

Disability and early deaths attributable to physical inactivity in Switzerland in 2015

Renato Mattli¹; Simon Wieser²; Nicole Probst-Hensch³; Arno Schmidt-Trucksäss¹; Matthias Schwenkglenks¹
1 University of Basel; 2 Zurich University of Applied Sciences; 3 Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, University of Basel 

 A4  Kairo 1 Screening
   

Moderation: TBC

   

Trajectories and predictors of mother's health-related quality of life during pregnancy: findings from a large population-based cohort study

Guannan Bai¹; Hein Raat¹; Eva Mautner²; Ida Korfage¹
1 Erasmus MC, University Medical Center Rotterdam; 2 Medical University of Graz

   

Personalized syndromic surveillance: Tending to cultural pertinence for increasing sensitivity

Jakob Zinsstag¹; Monica Berger¹; Brigit Obrist¹; Constanze Pfeiffer¹; Danilo Alvarez²; John McCracken²; Celia Cordon-Rosales²
1 Swiss TPH / University of Basel; 2 Universita del Valle

   

Spatial clustering of childhood cancers in Switzerland: A nationwide study

Garyfallos Konstantinoudis¹; Christian Kreis²; Roland Ammann³; Felix Niggli⁴; Claudia Kuehni⁵; Ben Spycher⁵
1 Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Bern; 2 Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine / Institut für Epidemiologie, Biostatistik und Prävention / Universität Zürich; 3 Inselspital Bern, Universität Bern; 4 Kinderspital Zürich; 5 Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Bern, Switzerland 

   

Swiss Cancer Predisposition Cascade Screening Consortium regarding the use and impact of genetic testing in hereditary breast/ovarian cancer and Lynch syndromes: the CASCADE study

Maria Katapodi, University of Basel

   

Low coronary risk calculator based detection rates of old arteries in middle-aged women at recommended decision thresholds

Michel Romanens¹; Ansgar Adams²; Isabella Sudano³
1 Vascular Risk Foundation; 2 BAD Gesundheitsvorsorge und Sicherheitstechnik GmbH; 3 3Cardiology, University Heart Center, Cardiology, University Hospital 

 A5  Sydney Meet the Speaker - Hannelore Daniel  
    Stephanie Baumgartner; Isabel Zihlmann; Annette Matzke
Fachgruppe Ernährung Public Health Schweiz 
 A6  Kairo 2 Gibt es personalisierte Gesundheitsförderung? Soll es sie geben?
   

Felix Wettstein¹; Isabelle Schenkel²; Reinhard Riedl3 
1 FH Nordwestschweiz; 2 OdA Artecura; 3 Berner Fachhochschule

 A7  Shanghai 1 Workshop: Personalisierte Medizin als Ausdruck evolutiver Variabilität
    Nicole Bender; Kaspar Staub; Frank Rühli
Universität Zürich
 A8 Shanghai 2 Evidenz zu Public-Health-Massnahmen besser kommunizieren: Vorschlag für ein standardisiertes Cochrane-Review-Kurzformat als Entscheidungsgrundlage für Politik und Praxis
   

Erik von Elm¹; Margot Mütsch²; Annegret Borchard¹; Jan M. Stratil³; Christina Kien⁴; Eva A. Rehfuess³; Laura Busert³
1 Cochrane Schweiz, Institut universitaire de médecine sociale et preventive, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois (CHUV), Lausanne / Schweiz; 2 Institut für Epidemiologie, Biostatistik und Prävention, Universität Zürich / Schweiz; 3 IBE - Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München / Deutschland; 4 Department für Evidenzbasierte Medizin und Klinische Epidemiologie, Donau-Universität Krems / Österreich

A9 Shanghai 3 Health and demographic surveillance systems (HDSSs) in low-and middle-income countries: a way to link personalised health with public health?
    Kaspar Wyss 
Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Basel, Switzerland

 

Donnerstag, 23. November 2017 -13:00-14:15 Uhr

 

Session Raum Parallelsessions
 B1 Boston 1 New possibilities to achieve a healthy lifestyle
   

Moderation: Sabine Rohrmann

   

The spatial distribution of urban air pollution exposure: does it matter at what floor you live?

Marloes Eeftens; Mark Davey; Benjamin Flückiger; Alex Ineichen; Danyal Odabasi; Ming-Yi Tsai
Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, University of Basel 

   

Integrating early child development in home-based environmental interventions in rural Peru: a factorial randomised controlled trial

Stella M. Hartinger¹; Néstor Nuño Martínez²; Patricia Mallma³; Hector Verastegui³; Mariela Ortiz⁴; Daniel Mäusezahl²
1 Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute / University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland CA; 2 Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute / University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland; 3 Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, Lima Perú; 4 Programa Nacional CUNA MAS, Lima, Peru

   

Evidenzbasierte individualisierte Prävention für die Gesamtbevölkerung – ein Pilot 

Hilde Schäffler¹; Andreas Biedermann²
1 Institut für Sozialanthroplogie, Uni Bern; phs Public Health Services; 2 PHS - Public Health Services 

   

2 Socioeconomic status, sleep and cardiometabolic disorders: pooled analyses from six European cohorts

Dusan Petrovic¹; José Haba Rubio¹; Michelle Kelly-Irving²; Cristian Carmeli¹; Marc Chadeau-Hyam³; Paolo Vineis³; Mika Kivimäki⁴; Martina Gandini⁵; Murielle Bochud¹; Peter Vollenweider¹; Angelo d'Errico⁶; Henrique Barros⁷; Silvia Fraga⁷; Marcel Goldberg⁸; Marie Zins⁸; Andrew Steptoe⁴; Cyrille Delpierre⁸; Raphael Heinzer¹; Silvia Stringhini¹
1 CHUV; 2 INSERM UMR 1027; 3 Imperial College London; 4 University College London; 5 University of Torino; 6 Azienda Sanitaria Locale Torino; 7 University of Porto; 8 INSERM

   

Parental modeling: Associations between objectively assessed physical activity of children and their parents participating in the SOPHYA*-study

Bettina Bringolf-Isler¹; Christian Schindler¹; Bengt Kayser²; L Suzanne Suggs³; Markus Lamprecht⁴; Nicole Probst-Hensch¹
1 Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute / Universität Basel; 2 Uni Lausanne; 3 Università della Svizzera Italiana; 4 Lamprecht und Stamm Sozialforschung und Beratung AG 

 B2 Boston 2 Precision medicine and health for all 
   

Precision medicine and health for all: Part 1 - Digging the moat

Thomas Vogel¹; Antoine Flahault²
1 University Hospitals of Geneva; 2 University of Geneva 

   

Precision medicine and health for all: Part 2 - Building bridges 

Antoine Flahault¹; Thomas Vogel²
1 University of Geneva; 2 University Hospitals of Geneva

B3  Boston 3 The social dimension of personalized health 
   

Moderation: Elisabeth Zemp

   

Vers un accès plus équitable aux soins : Une compréhension fine du renoncement aux soins des jeunes retraités à revenus modestes

Blaise Guinchard¹; Mélanie Schmittler²
1 Haute Ecole de la santé la Source; 2 Institut et Haute Ecole de Santé La Source 

   

Recours aux soins et au dépistage du cancer selon la position sociale

Jean-François Marquis, Office fédéral de la statistique 

   

THE PREVALENCE AND VARIABILITY OF NON-ADHERENCE TO THE NO-NPHARMACOLOGICAL TREATMENT REGIMEN AFTER HEART TRANSPLANTATION INTERNATIONALLY: FINDINGS FROM THE BRIGHT STUDY

Remon Helmy¹; Nathalie Duerinckx²; Kris Denhaerynck¹; Lut Berben¹; Fabienne Dobbels²; Cynthia L. Russell³; Johan Van Cleemput²; Maria G. Crespo-Leiro⁴; Sabina De Geest¹; On behalf of the BRIGHT study team¹
1 Institut für Pflegewissenschaft, Universität Basel, Schweiz; 2 KU Leuven; 3 School of Nursing, University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA; 4 Hospital Universitario À Coruña 

   

Relationships between social capital, social network and health outcomes in young people

Stéphanie Baggio, University of Lausanne 

   

The impact of close social relationships on subjective wellbeing in persons with physical disabilities and their caregiving partners: A longitudinal analysis

Hannah Tough¹; Martin Brinkhof¹; Johannes Siegrist²; Christine Fekete¹
1 Schweizer Paraplegiker-Forschung; 2 Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf 

 B4  Kairo 1 The impact of healthy eating
   

Moderation: Marion Eckert-Krause

   

Mobile tools for improved nutrition in schools and collective restaurant settings: City of Lausanne case study

Maryam Fotouhinia Yepes, Myravan

   

Major differences in diet across three linguistic regions of Switzerland: results from the first nutrition survey menuCH 

Angeline Chatelan; Sigrid Beer-Borst; Alex Randriamiharisoa; Jerome Pasquier; Juan Manual Blanco; Stefan Siegenthaler; Fred Paccaud; Nadia Slimani; Genevieve‎‎ Nicolas; Esther Camenzind-Frey; Christine Anne Zuberbuehler; Murielle Bochud

   

The contribution of lifestyle-related behaviors to socioeconomic inequalities in health: a systematic and critical review

Dusan Petrovic¹; Carlos de Mestral; Murielle Bochud; Mel Bartley; Paolo Vineis; Mika Kivimäki; Johan Mackenbach; Silvia Stringhini
1 CHUV

   

Fifteen-year trends in the prevalence of barriers to healthy eating in Switzerland 

Carlos de Mestral¹; Saman Khalatbari-Soltani; Silvia Stringhini; Pedro Marques-Vidal
1 Institut universitaire de médecine sociale et préventive (CHUV&UNIL)

   

The impact of vegan diet on health and growth of children and adolescents – literature review

Daniel Olivier Sutter¹; Marcel Zwahlen¹; Matthias Egger¹; Nicole Bender²
1 Universität Bern; 2 Universität Zürich

 B5  Sydney Zwischen personalisierter und praktischer Medizin    
   

Carlos Quinto¹; Siv Fokstuen²; Andreas Zeller³
1 FMH Verbindung der Schweizer Ärztinnen und Ärzte; 2 HUG Hôpitaux-Universitaires-Genèves; 3 Institut für Hausarztmedizin 

 B6  Kairo 2 Breastmilk as personalised medicine. Analysis of the determinants of breastfeeding in Switzerland using the the Swiss Model for Outcome Classification. 
    Brenda Spencer¹; Anna Späth²; Isabelle Zinn³
1 IUMSP; 2 Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, University of Basel; 3 Institut universitaire de médecine sociale et préventive (CHUV&UNIL)
 B7  Shanghai 1 Linking the Sustainable Development Goals and Public Health
   

Helen Prytherch1; Gueladio Cisse1; Piet van Eeuwijk1; Kate Molesworth1, Karin Gross2
1 Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute; 2 SDC/DEZA

B9  Shanghai 3 Caring Communities und Personalisierte Medizin: Kontroverse in der Public Health oder zwei ergänzende Zukunftsmodelle der Versorgung?
     Barbara Steffen-Bürgi¹; Corina Salis Gross²; Andreas Biedermann²; Klaus Wegleitner³ 

1 Zentrumschönberg Bern; 2 Public Health Services, Bern; 3 Institut für Palliative Care und OrganisationsEthik, Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt, Graz, Wien