Programme details

Oral sessions 2
from abstracts received & symposia by HPH task forces & conference workshops Thursday, April 13, 2017 14:15-15:45

O2.01

Refugees, migrants and minorities

Venue: Hörsaal 42

WOMEN ASYLUM SEEKERS: hosting - understanding - communicating

Cristina GEMMI, Rossano FORNACIARI, Andrea FORACCHIA

Minor Migrantes needs: the role of a pediatric hospital in healt care promotion

lucia CELESTI, valentina GIOCONDO, sara CATENA, massimiliano RAPONI

Barriers for single mothers to get healthcare service during pregnancy and child birth in Korea

Jung-Eun KIM, Jin Yong LEE, Sang Hyung LEE

Asylum seekers and healthcare seekers: healthy migrant effect and empowerment

Lucia MONICI, Rossano FORNACIARI, Marina GRECI, Francesca BONVICINI, Elettra PINOTTI

O2.02

Chronic diseases and lifestyle development

Venue: Hörsaal 7

Body mass index, waist circumference and the presence of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease among Japanese adults participating in health check-ups

Toh Yoon WONG, Haruna NAKAMURA, Yohei KUBOTA, Yoshihiro HATA, Naoshi ITO, Yuichiro OTANI, Noriko MITAO, Chieko YAMADA, Sunao TAKAYA, Kazuki NISHIHARA, Hisaaki MORISHITA, Hirohiko MURATA

Losing More Body Weight by Strengthening Self-Efficacy and Increasing Class Participation — Take One Female Weight Loss Class for Example

YEN CHEN HUANG, CHIEN YUAN LI, HUNG YU HSIEH, EN TIEN YEH

An overview of systematic reviews of interventions to change diet-related behaviours in overweight or obese people

Sarah BROWNE, S MINOZZI, C BELLISARIO, MR SWEENEY, D SUSTA

Promote the Habits of Regular Exercise and Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose (SMBG) by Joining Support Groups for diabetes patients

Wan-Zi HUANG, Li-Yu TSAI, Hsin-Mei CHANG, Yi-Chih CHEN, Jhi-Chyun TSOU

Physical activity and health outcomes among the patients with type 2 diabetes

Kaja PÕLLUSTE, Kati KÄRBERG, Anni TOLK, Margus LEMBER

Effect of probiotic supplementation on glucose homeostasis: a potential strategy to treat diabetes in the future

Chun-Yan YEUNG, Ta-Chuan HUNG, Jen-Shiu CHIANG CHIAU, Mei-Lien CHENG, Chia-Yuan LIU, Ching-Wei CHANG, Hung-Chang LEE

O2.03

Miscellaneous

Venue: Hörsaal 31

Improvement in post-surgical pain treatment quality based on computerized quality parameters

Yuval BLOCH, Iris SALEM, Eran SEGAL, Liat TODERIS, Reut AVIGAD, Ilia KORGANOV, Pnina SCHLEPER

Using Heath Believe Model to enhance the effectiveness of Betel Nut Cessation Group - Taking a transportation company as an example

Chung-Feng WENG, Tzu-Yang HAN, YI-HUI LIN, Hung-Yu Hsieh, EN-TIEN YEH, Yu Lan CHANG

The Correlation between Stress and Overwork at Hospital Staffs

Cho-kuang SHEN, Yu-chen CHENG, Yu-Shan CHEN, Yi-Chih CHEN, Jhi-Chyun TSOU, Ling-Yu HUNG

Experience of Delivering Smoking Cessation Services into the Workplace

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

Happy Hour – Addressing alcohol use from a health service

Kirstan CORBEN, Gemma SMOKER, Emma DEAN, Kia NOBLE

New strategy to prevent corruption in public health system

Chiara RIVOIRO, Nerina DIRINDIN, Massimo BRUNETTI, Luca DE FIORE

O2.04

Creating a healthy workplace

Venue: Hörsaal 33

Workplace health promotion in Austrian hospitals

Christa GAHLEITNER, Elisabeth NOEHAMMER, Harald STUMMER

Hospital Staff’s perspective regarding potential effect of the hospitals on their health : suggestions for a health promoting hospital

Nastaran KESHAVARZ MOHAMMADI, Mohammad -Hossein VAZIRI, Rohoolah KALHOR, Kobra NOORI, Fatemeh ZAREI, Masood REZAEI

Knowledge transfer through educated colleagues - a best practice example

Erika MOSOR, Tanja STAMM

Interpreter Debriefs – Building a dynamic and sustainable model for self-care and vicarious trauma support for interpreters

Anita TANCREDI, Deolinda WAH, Grace EAGAN, Karen SAPPLETON,Karima KARMALI

O2.05

Community health promotion

Venue: Hörsaal 32

"Tomo" group; a community-rooted way of HPH

Saya KITASHIRO, Daisuke KATAKAMI, Daiju UEDA, Shigeki FUKUNISHI, Takahumi SEO, Akira OYA, Kazunori SAITO

Enjoy Skinny from Health care- Explore the Effects of Physical Managements from Multivariate-Activities in “Health Day”

Ta-Chuan HUNG, Tsu-Hsueh HUANG, Yan-Ling SHEN

To Advance the Power of the Contest Program of Community Volunteers to Participate in Health Promotion Activities

Ta-Chuan HUNG, Tsu-Hsueh HUANG, Jung-Chen TIEN

Effectiveness of Using Multiple E-Strategies for Promoting Weight Loss Maintenance Among obese-Adults in Urban communities

Chi-Jane WANG, Wei-Teng WONG, Ying-Zu CHEN

The Effects of Transtheoretical Model Stage Change on Lifestyle Modification Intervention among Pre-diabetes Subjects.

Yu-Ling LI, Chyi-Huey BAI, Chien-Tien SU, Sen-Te WANG, Shiyng-Yu LIN, Jong-Dar CHEN, Lee-Ching HWANG, Hung-Yi CHIOU

O2.06

Child and adolescents health

Venue: Hörsaal 23

Health promoting from the very first day: Japanese mothers’ experiences and perceptions of breastfeeding support in the United States and Austria

Yuki SEIDLER

The Relationship between Breastfeeding, Postpartum Depression, and Weight retention among Taiwanese Women in a Mother-Child Friendly Hospital

Lee-Ching HWANG, Shu-Chen LEE, Yu-Hua CHEN, Hsin-Hui SHAO

BambiniMoltoInForma: an integrated program for obesity prevention in childhood in Reggio Emilia

Elena FERRARI, AnnaMaria DAVOLI, Simone STORANI, Laura BONVICINI, Serena BROCCOLI, Francesca FERRARI, Alessandro VOLTA, Paolo GIORGI ROSSI

"How to prevent mistreating healthy children: The Münchhausen by Proxy-Syndrom in everyday health care"

Rainer PAUL

The setting based approach for mental health in young people: Coordinating Centre of wellbeing in school

Cristina AGUZZOLI, Corinna MICHELIN, Calogero ANZALLO, Sabrina FOSSELLA, Luciano PLETTI, Miryam VIDI, Franco PERAZZA, Franco LORU, Paola TROLESE, Wally CULOT, Igor DAMILANO, Anna CONDOLF, Marco FRAGIACOMO, Eleonora IPPOLITO, Elisa TORSELLI, Cinzia BRAIDA

Links Between Classroom Acoustics and Repetitive Behaviors in Preschool Children with Autism: An Observational Study

Shireen KANAKRI

O2.07

Health promotion among the elderly

Venue: Elise-Richter-Saal

Physical Activity Promotion in Residential Aged Care – Results from an Austrian Pilot Project and Follow-Up

Karl KRAJIC, Christina C. WIECZOREK

The fitness-enhanced courses for the elderly

Chin-Ru CHUANG, Shu-Chuan YU, Ling-Yu HUNG, Yi-Chih CHEN, Jhi-Chyun TSOU

The Effectiveness of Innovative Intelligent Electric Bulletin Board in the Geriatric Ward in a Tertiary Teaching Hospital in Southern Taiwan

Ming-Yueh CHOU, Mei-Hsiang CHOU, Chih-Kuang LIANG, Yu-Te LIN, Jin-Shiung CHENG

Medical Information Reception Among Hospitalized Elderly Patients in Taiwan: A Pilot Study

Kai-Li CHEN, Mei-Chih HUANG

The Use of Neurocognitive Disorder Screening Tools in Community Counseling Services

Chun-Kai FANG, Chen-Ju LIN, Ting-Ju YAN

Non-Medical Therapy For Elderly Patients Of Dementia In The Community

Chun-Ying CHIEN, Hui-Ting HUNG, Ying-Hsiang CHUO, Kuan-Hung LIN

O2.08

Gesundheitsfördernde Gesundheitseinrichtungen in Österreich

Venue: Hörsaal 30

Endlich rauchfrei mit dem Klinikum

Sigrid WEILGUNI

Minimal Data Set - Qualitätssicherung der Tabakentwöhnungsangebote in der Sozialversicherung

Edith PICKL, Stephanie STÜRZENBECHER

Betriebliche Gesundheitsförderung als Kooperation zwischen Austrian und dem Studiengang Physiotherapie der FH Campus Wien

Gerhard EDER, Ursula ECKLER, Franziska HÖHNE, Claudia SCHUME, Brigitte WOLF, Karin JÄGER

Verbesserung der Gespräche in der Krankenversorgung - eine nationale Strategie für Patientenzentrierung startet

Peter NOWAK, Marlene SATOR

Aktiv im Pensionistenheim: Ein Bewegungsförderungsprojekt von Studierenden für SeniorInnen

Renate ZETTL

O2.09

Health Literacy Improvement after applying the concept of Share Decision Making (SDM) in Health Promotion Hospital

Venue: Erika-Weinzierl-Saal

Health Literacy Improvement after applying the concept of Share Decision Making (SDM) in Health Promotion Hospital

Ying-Wei WANG

Abstract summary:

Dr. Zsuzsanna Jakab, stated that health literacy is a key element of health in 2020 (HLS-EU Consortium, 2020). Health literacy is the ability to obtain, process and understand health information and services, and to apply the information to make appropriate decisions. Survey from eight member states in the European Union showed about half of the population has insufficient health literacy, 12% has inappropriate health literacy, and 35% has questionable health literacy (HLS-EU Consortium, 2012). Studies have also shown that insufficient health literacy could result in 3-5% of extra medical expenditures annually (Eichler, Wieser & Brugger,2009).The health promoting hospital (HPH) not only provides high quality and comprehensive medical care and nursing services, but also fosters corporate recognition that tightly meshes with health promotion targets, develops organizational structure that cultures that promotes health, and enables patients and employees with active roles (Groene, 2006). On improving the role of patients and the general public, Valerie Billingham emphasized the patient-centric Shared decision making (SDM) process, which is defined as “An approach where clinicians and patients share the best available evidence when faced with the task of making decisions, and where patients are supported to consider options, to achieve informed preferences”.Studies have shown that utilization of SDM in procedures such as cancer treatment, airway diseases, non-communicable diseases and bone surgery that improve quality of medical care and reduce medical expenses. The introduction of SDM in HPH institutions is expected to improve doctor-patient communication, strengthens health literacy, and to enable healthcare service users to take on a more direct and active role.

O2.10

Round-table discussion: Clinical Health Promotion

Venue: Hörsaal 27

Clinical Health Promotion: Best-practice for patients, staff and community - the official journal for the International Network of Health Promoting Hospitals and Health Services

Thor Bern JENSEN, Hanne TONNESEN

Abstract summary:

Since its inception in 2011, "Clinical Health Promotion: Best-practice for patients, staff and community" has been the official journal for the International Network of Health Promoting Hospitals and Health Services. The journal has become an important channel for HPH research articles and news from the Network  across the globe. The Editorial Secretariat is hosted by WHOCC in Copenhagen international and the journal has an Editorial Board of international experts in the field. Medline indexing is also in progress - hopefully to come into effect with full back-cataloguing of journal archives since the beginning in 2017.

The roundtable discussion will focus on service to authors and publishing opportunities within the journal. A full walk-through of all the work processes in the journal will also be presented. The journal additionally offers opportunities for thematic issues and supplementums (as utilized by e.g. HPH Task Forces) as an effective way to broaden knowledge and share best-practice on issue-specific HPH topics throughout the international HPH membership and beyond. The session also outlines costs associated with publication and inside into the perspectives and nexts steps in the journal's development in the years to come. The session will finalize with a general discussion of relevant topics related to patients, staff and community and further development. 

Agenda 

  • Behind the scenes: editorial process and introduction to the journal
  • Support for authors - what do I get and how?
  • Criteria for articles and how to submit
  • Supplementum / thematic issue - how do I prepare one?
  • Costs
  • Further development of the journal