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  •   AUDITORIUM LUMIERE ROOM RHONE 1 ROOM RHONE 2 ROOM RHONE 3
    08:30 am - 09:45 am Doors opening

    09:45 am - 10:00 am

    Welcome address and introduction


    Philippe Vanhems - Lyon, France
    Lucie Laflamme - Stockholm, Sweden

         
    10:00 am - 11:00 am Plenary session

    Rebecca Hardy - London, the United Kingdom
         
    11:00 am - 11:30 am Opening of the exhibition - Coffee break
    11:30 am - 01:00 pm  

    Child and adolescent health

    BREAKFAST SKIPPING AND OVERWEIGHT/OBESITY AMONG EUROPEAN ADOLESCENTS, A CROSS-SECTIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE HELENA DATASET: A DEDIPAC STUDY
    Fiona Riordan - Cork, Ireland

    EATING BEHAVIOUR AND DIETARY INTAKE IN OBESITY PRONE NORMAL WEIGHT CHILDREN MAY BE RELATED TO DURATION OF EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING
    Ina Olmer Specht - Frederiksberg, Denmark

    CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE, SOCIOECONOMIC POSITION, AND RISK OF PRETERM BIRTH. Stine Kloster - København K, Denmark

    SLEEPING PATTERNS AND ASSOCIATION WITH HEALTH AND SCHOOL-RELATED OUTCOMES AND BEHAVIOURS AMONG ADOLESCENTS
    Estelle Méroc - Brussels, Belgium

    "VITAMIN D PRENATAL PROGRAMMING OF RESPIRATORY AND ALLERGIC OUTCOMES IN CHILDHOOD: WHAT ARE OBSERVATIONAL STUDIES TELLING US?
    Eva Morales - Murcia, Spain

    INEQUALITY IN RISK OF CEREBRAL PALSY BY PARENTAL EDUCATIONAL STATUS – A POPULATION-BASED COHORT STUDY WITH SIBLING ANALYSIS
    Ingeborg Forthun - Bergen, Norway

    Life course epidemiology and ageing

    DO BIRTH COHORTS MAKE A DIFFERENCE FOR DEFICIT ACCUMULATION TRAJECTORIES IN OLDER AGE? FIRST RESULTS FROM THE KORA-AGE STUDY
    Anna-Janina Stephan - Munich, Germany

    IMPACT OF CHANGES IN TOBACCO SMOKING PREVALENCE ON DEATH, DEMENTIA AND DISABILITY IN ENGLAND AND WALES 2017-2040: A MODELLING STUDY
    Sara Ahmadi-Abhari - London, United Kingdom

    VITAMIN D AS PREDICTOR OF TELOMERE LENGTH IN THE TRANSITION FROM CHILD TO ADOLESCENT
    Carola Van Aart - Ghent, Belgium

    CIRCULATING ANTIOXIDANTS AND ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE PREVENTION: A MENDELIAN RANDOMIZATION STUDY
    Dylan Williams - Stockholm, Sweden

    INFLAMMATORY MARKERS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH AGE-RELATED HEARING IMPAIRMENT: THE ENGLISH LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF AGEING
    Camille Lassale - London, United Kingdom

    PERIPAPILLARY RETINAL NERVE FIBER LAYER THICKNESS AND COGNITIVE FUNCTION ACROSS THE ADULT LIFESPAN IN THE RHINELAND STUDY
    David Ward - Bonn, Germany

    Global trends in cancer

    GLOBAL CANCER INCIDENCE IN OLDER ADULTS IN 2012
    Sophie Pilleron - Lyon, France

    GEOGRAPHICAL DISPARITIES IN CHRONIC LYMPHOID LEUKAEMIA: CLUES TO AN ENVIRONMENTAL AETIOLOGY?
    Adalberto Miranda-Filho - Lyon, France

    GLOBAL TRENDS AND PROJECTIONS IN COLORECTAL CANCER MORTALITY
    Marzieh Araghi - Lyon, France

    DETERMINANTS OF FUNCTIONAL DECLINE AND SURVIVAL IN ELDERLY PEOPLE FOLLOWING CANCER DIAGNOSIS: THE NEED TO CONSIDER GERIATIC FACTORS
    Angéline Galvin - Bordeaux, France

    INTERNATIONAL TRENDS IN CANCER INCIDENCE AND MORTALITY AMONG OLDER ADULTS, 1983-2012
    Sophie Pilleron - Lyon, France

    CANCER PREVENTION IN EUROPE: HOW MANY CANCERS CAN BE PREVENTED?
    Isabelle Soerjomataram - Lyon, France
    01:00 pm - 02:00 pm Lunch - Exhibition
    02:00 pm - 03:00 pm  Plenary session

    Responsible Epidemiologic Research Practice (RERP)

    A guideline developed by the Netherlands Epidemiologic Society


    Gerard Swaen - Maastricht, the Netherlands

    Workshop - Teaching Epidemiology - Organised by German Task Force „Teaching Epidemiology

    02:00 pm - Keynote: Teaching Epidemiology (Grill Eva)

    02:30 pm - Core Competencies in Epidemiology: International Overview (Schlipkoeter Ulla)

    02:45 pm - Core Competencies in Epidemiology: German Catalogue (Strahwald Brigitte)

    03:00 pm - Break / Poster Exhibition

    Target group: The workshop is meant for creating a platform of exchange between everybody involved or interested in teaching Epidemiology. All participants will be invited to present examples of “best practice” in the field

    Abstract: The German National Catalogue of Core Competencies in Epidemiology is the preliminary result of a multiple-stage development process involving scientists and practitioners teaching epidemiology in German bachelor and master courses. The Catalogue was discussed and adopted by the First National Teaching Conference that was held in Hannover in 2017. We would now like to present the catalogue and discuss it on a European level with all interested European colleagues. Also, we intend to invite a Keynote Speaker giving impulses about e.g. the development of curricula and competence building. The workshop should be the stage for the formation of an Epidemiological Teaching Alliance (ETA).

       
    03:00 pm - 04:00 pm Poster
    04:00 pm - 05:30 pm

    Use and prevention of alcohol and tobacco

    ALCOHOL, PATTERN OF DRINKING AND ALL-CAUSE MORTALITY IN RUSSIA, BELARUS AND HUNGARY: A RETROSPECTIVE INDIRECT COHORT STUDY BASED ON MORTALITY OF RELATIVES
    Martin Bobak - London, United Kingdom

    THE IMPACT OF TOBACCO CONTROL POLICIES ON SMOKING AMONG OLDER ADULTS: A LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS OF 10 EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
    Julian Perelman - Lisboa, Portugal

    NONBEVERAGE ALCOHOLS IN RUSSIA: WERE THEY STILL CONSUMED FOR DRINKING IN 2015-2017?
    Artyom Gil - Moscow, Russia

    WHAT DIFFERENTIATES TEENAGE USERS OF ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES FROM USERS OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS?
    Hugo Torregrossa - Paris, France

    PARENTAL ALCOHOL PROBLEMS AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC DIFFERENCES IN EMOTIONAL SYMPTOMS AMONG YOUNG PEOPLE
    Veronica Pisinger - Copenhagen, Denmark

    COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF TOBACCO CONTROL STRATEGIES TOWARDS YOUTHS ACROSS SEVEN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES: MEASUREMENT, CHALLENGES AND RESULTS
    Teresa Leao - Lisboa, Portugal

    Workshop - Teaching Epidemiology - Organised by German Task Force „Teaching Epidemiology

    04:00 pm - Epidemiological Teaching Alliance: Towards an International Catalogue of Learning Objectives and Beyond (World Café)

    05:00 pm - Epidemiological Teaching Alliance: Perspectives (Grill Eva, Schlipkoeter Ulla, Strahwald Brigitte)

    Target group: The workshop is meant for creating a platform of exchange between everybody involved or interested in teaching Epidemiology. All participants will be invited to present examples of “best practice” in the field

    Abstract: The German National Catalogue of Core Competencies in Epidemiology is the preliminary result of a multiple-stage development process involving scientists and practitioners teaching epidemiology in German bachelor and master courses. The Catalogue was discussed and adopted by the First National Teaching Conference that was held in Hannover in 2017. We would now like to present the catalogue and discuss it on a European level with all interested European colleagues. Also, we intend to invite a Keynote Speaker giving impulses about e.g. the development of curricula and competence building. The workshop should be the stage for the formation of an Epidemiological Teaching Alliance (ETA).

    Maternal and population environmental exposures

    MULTIPLE PREGNANCIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE: AN IMPACT OF AIR POLLUTION ON FETAL GROWTH?
    Anne-Sophie Mariet - Dijon, France

    EFFECTS OF PRENATAL OXIDATIVE STRESS LEVELS ON FETAL PROGRAMMING: RESULTS FROM THE NELA BIRTH COHORT
    Eva Morales - Murcia, Spain

    CIRCULATING LEVELS OF PERFLUOROALKYLATED COMPOUNDS AND BREAST CANCER RISK: EVIDENCE FROM A NESTED CASE-CONTROL STUDY.
    Francesca Romana Mancini - Villejuif, France

    AIRBORNE DIOXIN EXPOSURE AND BREAST CANCER RISK IN A CASE-CONTROL STUDY NESTED WITHIN THE FRENCH E3N PROSPECTIVE COHORT
    Aurélie Danjou - Lyon, France

    IMPACT OF MEAN TEMPERATURE ON DAILY MORTALITY IN 7 DIFFERENT BIOCLIMATIC REGIONS IN TUNISIA, 1991-2011
    Hedia Bellali - Ariana, Tunisia

    PROPOUMON: SYSTEMATIC SCREENING FOR OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURES IN LUNG CANCER PATIENTS: A PROSPECTIVE FRENCH COHORT
    Olivia Pérol - Lyon, France

    Cancer: risk factors and screening

    USE OF NON STEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUGS AND PROSTATE CANCER AGGRESSIVENESS AMONG AFRICAN AND EUROPEAN AMERICANS: THE NORTH CAROLINA-LOUISIANA PROSTATE CANCER PROJECT (PCAP)
    Florence Menegaux - Villejuif, France

    NONSTEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUG USE AND BREAST CANCER RISK IN A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY.
    Manon Cairat - Lyon, France

    INTAKE OF NUTS AND LONG-TERM RISK OF UPPER GASTROINTESTINAL CANCER: A 30-YEAR FOLLOW-UP STUDY IN THE LINXIAN GENERAL POPULATION TRIAL COHORT
    Zhikai Zhu - Beijing, China

    ABDOMINAL OBESITY AND PROSTATE CANCER RISK: EPIDEMIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FROM THE EPICAP STUDY
    Celine Lavalette - Villejuif, France

    A CASE-CONTROL STUDY ON CERVICAL CANCER AND FREQUENCY OF PARTICIPATION IN SCREENING
    Luana Fiengo Tanaka - Munich, Germany

    EFFECT OF ORGANISED MAMMOGRAPHY SCREENING ON BREAST CANCER MORTALITY: A POPULATION-BASED COHORT STUDY IN NORWAY
    Henrik Støvring - Aarhus, Denmark

    05:30 pm - 07:00 pm Welcome reception on the exhibition

     

  •   AUDITORIUM LUMIERE ROOM RHONE 1 ROOM RHONE 2 ROOM RHONE 3
    08:30 am - 09:00 am Opening
    09:00 am - 10:00 am PLENARY SESSION

    Migration and mental health 

    Cécilia Magnusson - Stockolm, Sweden
         
    10:00 am - 10:30 am Exhibition - coffee break
    10:30 am - 12:00 pm

    Social epidemiology

    THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SOCIOECONOMIC DEPRIVATION AND OLD-AGE SURVIVAL IN FIVE EUROPEAN COUNTRIES –A CROSS-NATIONAL ECOLOGICAL ANALYSIS.
    Ana Isabel Ribeiro - Porto, Portugal

    SOCIOECONOMIC DIFFERENCES IN ABSOLUTE CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE RISK AND TREATMENT: OPPORTUNITIES FOR REDUCING INEQUALITIES IN CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS IN THE POPULATION
    Ellie Paige - Canberra, Australia

    CEREBRAL PALSY AMONG CHILDREN OF IMMIGRANTS IN DENMARK AND THE ROLE OF SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS
    Tanja Gram Petersen - Copenhagen, Denmark

    SOCIOECONOMIC POSITION AND ALCOHOL RELATED HARM IN DANISH TEENAGERS
    Sanne Pagh Møller - Copenhagen, Denmark

    SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF PNEUMOCOCCAL VACCINATION STATUS IN JAPANESE ELDERS
    Yugo Shobugawa - Niigata City, Japan

    THE IMPACT OF FINANCIAL INCENTIVES FOR BRAZILIAN LOW-INCOME PREGNANT WOMEN PARTICIPANTS OF THE BRAZILIAN CONDITIONAL CASH TRANSFER PROGRAM ON EARLY IDENTIFICATION OF PREGNANCY
    Ana Clara Duran - Campinas, Brazil

    Maternal and child health

    ASSESSING CAUSALITY IN ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN MATERNAL ADIPOSITY AND OBSTETRIC AND PERINATAL OUTCOMES: A MENDELIAN RANDOMIZATION STUDY
    Michelle Taylor - Bristol, United Kingdom

    ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN MATERNAL LIFESTYLE FACTORS AND NEONATAL BODY COMPOSITION IN THE SCREENING FOR PREGNANCY ENDPOINTS (CORK) COHORT STUDY.
    Darren Dahly - Cork, Ireland

    ASSOCIATED FACTORS TO PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN COLOMBIAN ADULT PREGNANT WOMEN.
    THE NATIONAL SURVEY OF NUTRITIONAL SITUATION: A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS
    Yuri Liseth Sanchez Martinez - Bucaramanga, Colombia

    MATERNAL OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO UNINTENTIONAL NANOSCALE PARTICLES AND SMALL FOR GESTATIONAL AGE OUTCOME IN THE ELFE COHORT
    Guyguy Manangama - Bordeaux, France

    LOW SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS AND UNHEALTHY LIFESTYLE HABITS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH A PREMATURE OCCURRENCE OF STOCHASTIC EPIGENETIC MUTATIONS: A META-ANALYSIS WITHIN THE LIFEPATH PROJECT
    Giovanni Fiorito – Torino, Italy

    VACCINATION COVERAGE OF ADOLESCENTS: RESULTS OF A 3-YEARS DEFENSE AND CITIZENSHIP DAY-BASED SURVEY, ILLE ET VILAINE, FRANCE, 2015-2017.
    Bertrand Gagnière - Rennes, France

    Cancer epidemiology

    COMPREHENSIVE CANCER SURVIVAL COMPARISONS ACROSS SEVEN COUNTRIES, 1995-2014: THE SURVMARK2 PROJECT
    Melina Arnold - LYON, France

    BASAL METABOLIC RATE AND RISK OF COLORECTAL CANCER IN THE EUROPEAN PROSPECTIVE INVESTIGATION INTO CANCER AND NUTRITION
    Nathalie Kliemann - Lyon, France

    TOBACCO-ATTRIBUTABLE BURDEN OF CANCER ACCORDING TO SOCIOECONOMIC POSITION IN FRANCE
    Gwenn Menvielle - Paris, France

    EXOGENOUS HORMONE USE AND CUTANEOUS MELANOMA RISK IN WOMEN: THE EUROPEAN PROSPECTIVE INVESTIGATION INTO CANCER AND NUTRITION
    Iris Cervenka - Villejuif, France

    INCIDENCE TRENDS AND AGE-PERIOD-COHORT EFFECT ON OVARIAN CANCER IN HIGH-INCOME COUNTRIES
    Citadel Cabasag - Lyon, France

    INTERNATIONAL AND SUBNATIONAL VARIATION IN THYROID CANCER INCIDENCE AND MORTALITY OVER 2008-2012
    Joannie Lortet-Tieulent - Lyon, France

    Leptospirosis, re-emerging disease in Europe ? Sponsored by IMAXIO

    LEPTOSPIROSIS, A NEGLECTED BUT EMERGING ZOONOTIC DISEASE IN FRANCE
    Mathieu Picardeau - Paris, France

    FEVERISH FARMERS AND TREMBLING TRAVELLERS: LEPTOSPIRA IN ENGLAND AND WALES
    Vicki Chalker – London, United Kingdom

    THE EMERGENCE OF LEPTOSPIROSIS IN THE EU: THE EFFECT OF CLIMATE ON LONG TERM TRENDS AND SEASONAL OUTBREAKS BETWEEN 2008 AND 2014
    Marga Goris - Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    12:00 pm - 01:30 pm Lunch - Exhibition
    01:30 pm - 02:30 pm

    PLENARY SESSION

    Public health surveillance and International Health Regulations (2005)


    José Guerra - Lyon, France

         
             
             
             
    02:30 pm - 03:30 pm Poster
    03:30 pm - 05:00 pm

    Transmissible infections

    HOSPITAL SURVEILLANCE FOR RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS (RSV) IN THE MAIN METROPOLITAN AREA OF LYON, FRANCE, USING BIRTH DATABASES AND DATA ON HOSPITALISATION FOR CLINICAL BRONCHIOLITIS FROM 2012 TO 2017
    Rolf Kramer - Lyon, France

    TRENDS OF INCIDENCE OF HEALTHCARE-ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS IN PATIENTS ADMITTED TO INTENSIVE CARE UNITS OF A FRENCH UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL BETWEEN 2011 AND 2016
    Cédric Dananché - Lyon, France

    A PERSISTENT RISK OF UROGENITAL SCHISTOSOMIASIS TRANSMISSION LINKED TO THE CAVU RIVER IN SOUTHERN CORSICA SINCE 2013
    Lauriane Ramalli - Marseille, France

    INFLUENZA INFECTION AND PANDEMRIX® VACCINATION AND RISK OF RELAPSE AMONG MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS PATIENTS: A NATIONWIDE POPULATION-BASED REGISTRY STUDY IN NORWAY
    Sara Ghaderi - Bergen, Norway

    A REVIEW OF MANAGEMENT OF LATENT TUBERCULOSIS INFECTION (LTBI) IN A TB CONTACT TRACING SERVICE IN CORK, IRELAND
    Niamh Bambury - Cork, Ireland

    RISK OF HIV INFECTION IN A COHORT OF MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN ATTENDING CHECKPOINTLX IN LISBON, PORTUGAL
    Paula Meireles - Porto, Portugal

    Risk factors, treatment and prevention of chronic diseases

    METABOLIC MEDIATORS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ADIPOSITY AND CARDIAC STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION IN UK ADOLESCENTS
    Alice R Carter - Bristol, United Kingdom

    ASSOCIATION BETWEEN LIFESTYLE RISK FACTORS AND INCIDENT HYPERTENSION AMONG MIDDLE-AGED AND OLDER AUSTRALIANS
    Binh Nguyen - University of Sydney, Australia

    THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN DIFFERENT MEASURES OF DEPRESSION AND SUBSEQUENT MAJOR CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS
    Regina Prigge - Edinburgh, United Kingdom

    UNDERUSE OF ANTICOAGULATION IN OLDER PATIENTS WITH ATRIAL FIBRILLATION AT HIGH RISK OF THROMBOEMBOLIC EVENTS: ARE WE DOING BETTER SINCE THE MARKETING OF DIRECT ORAL ANTICOAGULANTS?
    Séverine Henrard - Brussels, Belgium

    CAN TREATMENTS FOR HYPERTENSION BE REPURPOSED FOR THE TREATMENT OF DEMENTIA?
    Venexia Walker - Bristol, United Kingdom

    LONG-TERM EFFECTIVENESS OF A PRAGMATIC COMMUNITY-BASED LIFESTYLE INTERVENTION ON THE PREVENTION OF TYPE 2 DIABETES AND CONTROL OF ITS RISK FACTORS; THE TEHRAN LIPID AND GLUCOSE STUDY
    Mojtaba Lotfaliany - Melbourne, Australia

    Occupational epidemiology

    BIG-DATA AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SURVEILLANCE: SCREENING OF OCCUPATIONAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH AMONG FRENCH AGRICULTURAL WORKERS, THROUGH DATA MINING OF MEDICO-ADMINISTRATIVE DATABASES
    Charlotte Maugard - La Tronche, France

    CHANGES IN WORK CONDITIONS AND IMPACT ON WORKERS HEALTH; THE CASE OF A COLLECTIVE SYNDROME IN WORKERS OF A FRENCH ADMINISTRATION OFFICE IN MARCH 2017
    Christine Castor - Bordeaux, France

    POPULATION-BASED ASSESSMENT OF HEALTH, HEALTHCARE UTILISATION, AND SPECIFIC NEEDS OF SYRIAN MIGRANTS LIVING IN GERMANY: WHAT IS THE BEST SAMPLING METHOD?
    Tobias Weinmann - Munich, Germany

    RISK OF PARKINSON DISEASE IN AGRICULTURAL OCCUPATIONS IN FINLAND
    Markku Sallmén - Helsinki, Finland

    NATIONWIDE STUDY OF PARKINSON’S DISEASE INCIDENCE BETWEEN 2010 AND 2015 AMONG THE FRENCH AGRICULTURAL POPULATION
    Frédéric Moisan - Saint-Maurice, France

    OBESITY AND LABOUR MARKET PARTICIPATION: A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY OF TRANSITIONS BETWEEN WORK, UNEMPLOYMENT AND SICKNESS ABSENCE.
    Maja Bramming - Odense, Denmark

    Methodological challenges in clinical and epidemiological research

    ASSESSING THE ROLE OF A PATIENT TRANSFER NETWORK IN THE SPREAD OF CARBAPENEMASE-PRODUCING ENTEROBACTERIACEAE: THE CASE OF FRANCE BETWEEN 2012 AND 2015
    Narimane Nekkab - Paris, France

    COMPARISON OF MEDIATION METHODS FOR CAUSAL INFERENCE OF SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS, DIET, AND MORTALITY
    Jessica Laine - London, United Kingdom

    WHAT ARE THE DETERMINANTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PATIENTS’ WILLINGNESS TO PARTICIPATE INTO CLINICAL RESEARCH? RESULTS FROM A RANDOMISED VIGNETTE-BASED STUDY.
    Angèle Gayet-Ageron - Genève, Switzerland

    MULTI-OMIC SIGNATURE OF BIRTHWEIGHT: METABOLITES AND METHYLATION DRIVEN APPROACHES
    Rossella Alfano - Diepenbeek, Belgium

    STATISTICALLY SIGNIFICANT SURVIVAL BENEFITS IN RANDOMISED CLINICAL TRIALS IN ONCOLOGY: ARE THEY POTENTIALLY CLINICALLY RELEVANT?
    Pauline Brindel - Genève, Switzerland

    COMORBIDITIES AND MORTALITY IN PERSONS WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES: THE VANTAGE POINT OF MULTIPLE TIME SCALES VIA BAYESIAN INTENSITY MODEL
    Anna But - Helsinki, Finland

    05:00 pm - 06:00 pm   General meeting ADELF    

     

  •   AUDITORIUM LUMIERE ROOM RHONE 1 ROOM RHONE 2 ROOM RHONE 3
    08:30 am - 09:00 am Opening
    09:00 am - 10:00 am PLENARY SESSION

    Brigitte Strahwald - Munich, Germany
         
    10:00 am - 11:00 am Poster - Exhibition
    11:00 am - 12:30 pm  

    Non-communicable diseases

    MONITORING THE HEALTH EFFECTS OF DISASTERS AND ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS: THE PRIMARY CARE DATABASE AS A TOOL TO INFORM PUBLIC DECISION MAKING
    Michel Dückers - Utrecht, Netherlands

    MORTALITY AND LONGEVITY AFTER TRAUMATIC SPINAL CORD INJURY IN SWITZERLAND FROM 1990 TO 2011: A 21-YEAR LONGITUDINAL STUDY
    Jonviea Chamberlain - Nottwil, Switzerland

    PREDICTION OF INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE USING ADMINISTRATIVE DATA ON PREGNANCY
    Takeo Fujiwara - Bunkyo-ku, Japan

    PATIENT AND INJURY CHARACTERISTICS ASSOCIATED WITH IN-HOSPITAL MORTALITY AMONG ADULT ACUTE BURNS PATIENTS. THE CASE OF A BURNS CENTER IN THE WESTERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA
    Constance Boissin - Stockholm, Sweden

    PERSISTENCE WITH BRAND VERSUS GENERIC ORAL BISPHOSPHONATES AMONG NEWLY TREATED OSTEOPOROSIS PATIENTS: A RETROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY IN THE FRENCH CLAIMS DATABASE
    Marie Viprey - Lyon, France

    Nutrition

    DAIRY INTAKE DURING HIGH SCHOOL AND RISK OF COLORECTAL ADENOMAS IN WOMEN
    Katharina Nimptsch - Berlin, Germany

    VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY, OVERALL AND CAUSE-SPECIFIC MORTALITY: THE IMPACT OF AGE
    Lin Yang - VIENNA, Austria

    MEDITERRANEAN DIETARY PATTERN AND SKIN CANCER RISK: A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY IN FRENCH WOMEN
    Yahya Abdelkerim Mahamat-Saleh - Villejuif, France

    IMPACT OF A REDUCTION IN SUGAR SWEETENED BEVERAGE CONSUMPTION ON TYPE 2 DIABETES INCIDENCE: COMPARATIVE RISK ASSESSMENT STUDY
    Kate O'neill - Cobh, Ireland

    ANTIOXIDANT SUPPLEMENT USE AND RISK OF NON-MELANOMA SKIN CANCERS IN WOMEN: A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY
    Yahya Abdelkerim Mahamat-Saleh - Villejuif, France

    EFFECT OF SELENIUM SUPPLEMENTATION ON CHANGES IN GLYCATED HAEMOGLOBIN (HBA1C): RESULTS FROM A MULTIPLE-DOSE, RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL
    Saverio Stranges - London, Canada

    Lifetstyle and maternal and child health

    INVESTIGATING MATERNAL RISK FACTORS FOR STILLBIRTH IN A POPULATION-BASED COHORT IN THE SOUTH OF ENGLAND.
    Gemma Gardner - Southampton, United Kingdom

    BODY MASS INDEX TRANSITIONS DURING CHILDHOOD: A MULTI-STATE MODEL APPROACH
    Carla Moreira - Porto, Portugal

    A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF URBAN MOVEABILITY AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN THE TRANSITION PHASE FROM CHILDHOOD TO ADOLESCENCE
    Christoph Buck - Bremen, Germany

    EFFECT OF BREASTFEEDING ON NON-VERBAL COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT AT 2 YEARS OF AGE IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS AND THE ROLE OF CLINICAL AND SOCIAL RISK: RESULTS FROM THE EPICE COHORT
    Carina Rodrigues - Porto, Portugal

    EFFECTS OF MATERNAL (PRE-)PREGNANCY LIFESTYLE INTERVENTIONS IN OBESE WOMEN ON CHILD NEUROBEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT: FOLLOW-UP OF TWO RCT STUDIES
    Malou Menting - Amsterdam, Netherlands

    ASSOCIATION OF PUBERTAL DEVELOPMENT WITH ADIPOSITY AND CARDIO-METABOLIC HEALTH IN GIRLS AND BOYS – FINDINGS FROM GENERATION XXI BIRTH COHORT STUDY
    Ana Santos - Porto, Portugal

    12:00 pm - 01:30 pm Lunch - Exhibition
    01:30 pm - 02:30 pm PLENARY SESSION

    The exposome: thinking differently about exposure assessment, cancer causes and prevention

    Christopher Wild - Lyon, France
         
    02:30 pm - 03:00 pm

    FAREWELL
    Philippe Quenel - Rennes, France
    Louis Rachid Salmi - Bordeaux, France