Programme details

Oral sessions 1
from abstracts received & symposia by HPH task forces & conference workshops Thursday, April 13, 2017 11:00-12:30

O1.01

Past achievements and future challenges for HPH

Venue: Hörsaal 42

Resilience of the HPH network during the reform

Cristina AGUZZOLI, Luisa GIACOMINI, Paola TROLESE, Stefano BALESTRA, Lamia CHANNOUFI, Serena DI CACCAMO, Giovanni DI PRIMA, Maja TENZE, Stefano RUSSIAN, Luisa DUDINE, Virginio BEACCO, Barbara DODI, Maria FAIT, Patrizia PORTOLAN, Luciano CICCONE, Raffaele ZORATTI

The action plan to implement the strategic lines of the HPH in the Catalan Healthcare organizations

Cristina INIESTA, Manel SANTIÑÀ, Rosa Maria SIMON, Maria BRIANSO, Anna FERRET, Dolors JUVINYA, Anna Carol PEREZ, Isabel RAMON, Marisa SERRA

The development of the Swedish HPH network 1996 – 2016: From single hospitals to all health services and from projects to systematic learning.

Margareta KRISTENSON, Lovisa KARLSSON

Health Promoting Hospitals in Iran : A review of research and experience in one decade

Mohammad-Hossein VAZIRI, Nastaran KESHAVARZ MOHAMMADI, Ali RAMEZANKHANI, Amir KAVOUSI, Aliraza OLIAEI MANESH

1-year implementation model improves standard compliance in clinical health promotion

Jeff Kirk SVANE, Hanne TØNNESEN

O1.02

Sustainable health care

Venue: Hörsaal 31

"EcoBuy Vienna" procures good indoor air quality

Michael GRIMBURG

Promoting sustainable health care through health humanities and organizational health

Arne ORVIK, Paul CRAWFORD

Improving the Quality of Health Care In one Specialized Public Hospital in Shanghai

Xiaobo ZHANG, Ging XIA, Hong XU

O1.03

Smoke-free health care

Venue: Hörsaal 7

The difficulties and solutions of adaptation new ENSH-Global Self-Audit Tool in Taiwanese tobacco-free hospitals

Hui-Ting HUANG, Jin-Ding LIN, Lee-Ching HWANG, Chia-Fen WANG, Shu-Ying LO, Chia-Chen LIN, Yu-An SHIH

How to promote Smoke-free Hospital with the concept of Ecosystem : A Taiwan’s Experience

Kuang-Chieh HSUEH, Shan-Sian YU, Jin-Ding LIN, Lee-Fei PAN, Chia-Chen LIN, Jin-Shiung CHENG, Shaw-Yeu JENG, Chun-Peng LIU

Education and Training Program in Tobacco Cessation Counseling and Treatment - Example for a good Model ENSH - Global Member Cooperation Austria & Switzerland

Susann KOALICK, Claudia KURAT, Wolfgang GOLL, Edith PICKL

Health professional and consumer perceptions of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) for smoking cessation

Emma DEAN, Kirstan CORBEN, Michael DOOLEY, Andrew WAY

Clinical setting based smoking cessation program and the quality of life in people living with HIV

Igor GRABOVAC, Thomas Ernst DORNER

The Gold Standard Program for Smoking Cessation: Effectiveness in smokers with and without mental disorders

Mette RASMUSSEN, Mads KLINGE, Hanne TØNNESEN

O1.04

Health promoting workplace

Venue: Hörsaal 33

The 'Everest Challenge': An intervention program to promote stairs climbing in a hospital setting

Karen BRONNER

Creating organizational readiness for Workplace Health Promotion: A Best Practice approach

Elisabeth NOEHAMMER, Harald STUMMER, Michaela DREXEL

Reasons and Pitfalls for Workplace Health Promotion in Austrian Hospitals

Christa GAHLEITNER, Elisabeth NOEHAMMER, Harald STUMMER

Promoting health organization and safety: The instrument and the role of the briefing in a multi-disciplinary internal medicine ward

Alberto BAGNULO, Luigi FRANCHI, Jan Guido BACH JENSEN, Valeria MACCABRUNI, Claudia GAIONI, Antonio CHIARENZA

The Diagnostic Pathology in Slovakia

Marian BENCAT, Julius RAJCANI, Peter LEDNICKY

O1.05

Promoting health in the community

Venue: Hörsaal 32

Caring the Community Residents through Traditional Chinese Medicine, Experiences of a Rural Area in Southern Taiwan

Ying-Hsu JUAN, Chia-Chou YEH, Ming-Hsien YEH, Ming-Nan LIN

Application of multi-sectoral action for non-communicable diseases prevention policy formulation in Nigeria

Oladimeji OLADEPO, Mojisola OLUWASANU, Opeyemi ABIONA

Extent of adoption of the WHO Best buys intervention for non-communicable diseases prevention policy formulation in Nigeria

Mojisola OLUWASANU, Opeyemi ABIONA, Oladimeji OLADEPO

Facilitating happiness and preventing suicide by a longitudinal community-based project

Chun-Kai FANG, Hsuch-Wen HSIAO

O1.06

Child and family engagement

Venue: Hörsaal 23

Authentic Partnership and Engagement of Patients and Families through the Family Advisory Network (FAN) at SickKids

Karen SAPPLETON, Gabrielle MAURICE, Jason THOMSON, Karen SANSOM, Sitara DE GAGNE, Annie AMIRAULT, Karima KARMALI

Early Childhood Intervention Networks in Austria – Strategy, Implementation and first results of evaluation

Sabine HAAS, Marion WEIGL, Gabriele GRUBER, Petra WINKLER, Judith ANZENBERGER, Theresia UNGER, Theresa BENGOUGH

The Build-up of a Safe Fort for our Children, To Explore the Safety Protection of Children’s Resident Environment

Tsu-Hsueh HUANG, Ta-Chuan HUNG, Lee-Hua LAIO

Seven Things This Year Initiative - A Family Empowerment Initiative

Suleman MALIK

Parental influence on infant appreciation of clown humour

Gabriela MARKOVA

Suicide Prevention for children and adolescents: Talk to me! A New Initiative of the National Suicide Prevention Program, Germany

Viktor KACIC, Frank ZIMMERMANN

O1.07

Mental health and psychiatric care

Venue: Elise-Richter-Saal

Thinking it Through: Mental health and wellbeing within a health service

Kirstan CORBEN, Gemma SMOKER, Emma DEAN, Kia NOBLE

A Study Investigating the Relationship between Nursing Personnel’s Support and Their Job Satisfaction and Intention to Stay.

Chia-Ling LI

People with Epilepsy and Irish Mental Health Care Provision

Bergin MICHAEL, McCarthy MAJELLA, Bennett LOUISE, Wells JOHN

The efficacy of web-based electronic alerting system of emotional distress in the acute wards of cancer center.

Ching-Hsuan LO, Chao-Chen HUNG, Dian-Kun LI, Sou-Hsin CHIEN

Experience of Conducting the Multidisciplinary Smoking Cessation Course in Psychiatric Day-care Ward

Min-Fu WANG, Shou-Cheng HUANG, Li-Yu CHEN, Chung-Hung TSAI

O1.08

Health literacy and communication

Venue: Hörsaal 30

A national strategy for improving healthcare communication in Austria

Marlene SATOR, Peter NOWAK

Simplifying the language and revising information materials using Health Literacy techniques

Federica GAZZOTTI, Valentina BEDOGNI

The Evaluation of Patients' Opinion on Confidenciality in Hospitals

Ryte GIEDRIKAITE, Monika STANISLOVAITYTE

Can the Implementing Inter-Professional Shared Decision Making Model in General Hospital Create a More Satisfied Environment for Medical Care Professionals?

Hou-Chaung CHEN

To improve health literacy among elderly in community

Yi-Lien LIU, Pei- Chun YANG, Ren-Shi SHYU

O1.09

An Evidence-Based Framework for Sustainable Patient and Family Engaged Care

Venue: Hörsaal 27

An Evidence-Based Framework for Sustainable Patient and Family Engaged Care

Susan FRAMPTON, Dorothea WILD
Susan FRAMPTON, PhD

Susan Frampton is the President of Planetree, a non-profit advocacy and membership organization that works with a growing international network of healthcare provider organizations implementing patient-/person-centered models of care. Dr. Frampton, a medical anthropologist, has authored numerous publications, including the third edition of Putting Patients First (Jossey-Bass 2013), a chapter in Providing Compassionate Health Care (Routledge 2014), and the National Academy of Medicine Discussion Paper Evidence-Base for Patient-Engaged Care (pending 2017). Dr. Frampton currently co-chairs the Advanced Illness Care Action Team convened by National Quality Form, serves on the Governing Board for the WHO-CC International Network of Health Promoting Hospitals, has participated on The Joint Commission’s Expert Advisory Panel on culturally competent patient-centered care standards, and currently chairs the NAM’s Scientific Advisory Panel on the Evidence Base for Patient-Centered Care. In addition to speaking internationally on culture change and patient experience, she was honored in 2009, when she was named one of “20 People who Make Healthcare Better” by Health Leaders Magazine.

Abstract summary:

Abstract Introduction

Patient and family engaged care (PFEC) is care that is planned, delivered, and managed in partnership with patients and their families in a way that reflects their preferences and values. This approach to care is a shift in the role patients and families play on their own care teams, as well as in quality improvement and care delivery efforts. Currently barriers exist in most settings that prevent organizations from creating a culture that is driven by patient and family engagement.

Purpose / Methods

To address these barriers, the US National Academy of Medicine convened a Scientific Advisory Panel to compile and disseminate important insights on culture change strategies that facilitate patient engagement with validated results tied to better outcomes, better care, greater value and greater joy in practice. To achieve this goal, the Panel drew on both the scientific evidence and the lived experiences of patients, families, and healthcare practitioners to develop a comprehensive framework for creation of a culture of PFEC.

Results

This resulting National Academy discussion paper includes research supportive of the elements of the model and a bibliography within each topic area. The paper introduces the framework and associated evidence, along with practical examples, with the goal of supporting action that will support PFEC. Widespread dissemination of the framework is underway currently, and on-going updates to the evidence-base will be added in order to keep the model evolving.

Conclusion

Our aspirations for a sustainable culture of patient-engaged care requires an understanding that all stakeholder groups are part of the solution.  The behaviors and attitudes of patients, clinical staff, and leadership create the culture of healthcare delivery. Culture change efforts must be informed by the experiences of all who interact with the system. Having a framework that identifies how to manage culture change, along with a compilation of supportive evidence is essential.

O1.10

Gesundheitskompetenz und Gesundheitskommunikation für Menschen mit Lernschwierigkeiten und Mehrfachbehinderungen im Krankenhaus

Venue: Erika-Weinzierl-Saal

Gesundheitskompetenz und Gesundheitskommunikation für Menschen mit Lernschwierigkeiten und Mehrfachbehinderungen im Krankenhaus

Andreas KECLIK, Ursula HÜBEL, Wiener Gesundheitsförderung (AUT)

Abstract summary:

Gesundheitskompetenz ist ein zentraler Faktor nicht nur in den Bereichen Prävention und Gesundheitsförderung sondern auch im Bereich der Krankenbehandlung.

Problematische Gesundheitskompetenz führt nachweislich zu weniger gesunden Entscheidungen, riskanterem Verhalten, schlechterer Gesundheit, weniger Selbsthilfe und mehr Krankenhauseinweisungen. Das Resultat ist ein hoher personeller und finanzieller Aufwand im Gesundheitssystem.

Der European Health Literacy Survey hat gezeigt, dass die Gesundheitskompetenz der untersuchten Erwachsenen in den acht Ländern in hohem Ausmaß unzufriedenstellend ist.

Kurz gesagt:  Unzureichende oder problematische Gesundheitskompetenz ist eine wichtige Gesundheitsdeterminante, als Problem weit verbreitet, folgenreich für personelle sowie finanzielle Ressourcen und ein Bremsfaktor für Entwicklung.

Kernelemente von Gesundheitskompetenz umfassen Wissen, Motivation und die Kompetenz von Menschen, relevante Gesundheitsinformationen in unterschiedlicher Form zu finden, zu verstehen, zu beurteilen, um im Alltag gute gesundheitsrelevante Entscheidungen zu treffen.

Vor diesem Hintergrund ist klar, dass Menschen mit Lernschwierigkeiten und Mehrfachbehinderungen von dieser Thematik speziell betroffen sind.

In diesem Workshop werden Projekte und Modelle guter Praxis der Förderung der Gesundheitskompetenz und Gesundheitskommunikation von Menschen mit Lernschwierigkeiten und Mehrfachbehinderungen vorgestellt. Im Sinne eines relationalen Verständnisses von Gesundheitskompetenz werden dabei sowohl die Fähigkeiten der Zielgruppe als auch sie gestellten Anforderungen thematisiert.