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WONCA EUROPE 2014

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News day 3

News day 2

News day 1

Friday, 4 July

Friday, 4 july

8.30 – 9.00

Auditorium

Keynote Lecture

Knowledge management

Kamran Abbasi

BMJ – International and Digital Editor

Chairs: Raquel Braga; Roar Maagaard

 

9.00 – 10.30

Auditorium

WONCA SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP IN FAMILY VIOLENCE

PRIMARY HEALTH CARE STRATEGIES AGAINST FAMILY AND GENDER VIOLENCE

Chair: Lodewijk Pas, Belgium

 

I.The importance and need of Health Care response to Family Violence

• Challenges and solutions

Amanda Barnard, Australia

• Needs of young doctors

Raquel Gomez Bravo, Spain

 

II. How to address family violence at clinical level?

• The Family Physicians approach

Hagit Dascal Weichhendler, Israel

• Adressing cultural diversity

Omneya Elsharif, Egypt

 

III. How to address family violence nationally and internationally (30 m)

• The Spanish Example

Carmen Fernandez, Yolanda and Sonja, Spain

 

Auditorium 2

Publication in medical journals: overcoming the difficulties

Chair: Raquel Braga, MD

Former editor in chief of the Portuguese Journal of Family Medicine and General Practice

 

Peer review and selection of papers submitted to the British Journal of General Practice

Roger Jones, Professor, MA DM FRCP FRCGP FMedSci, Editor, British Journal of General Practice, Emeritus Professor os General Practice, King’s College, London

 

Being Editor-in-Chief of Acta Médica Portuguesa (IF 015) and a author of New England Journal of Medicine (IF 51,65)

Rui Tato Marinho MD, PhD, Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Hospital Sta. Maria, Medical School Lisbon, Portugal Editor-in-Chefe of Acta Médica Portuguesa, Scientific Journal of Portuguese Association

 

Reporting Research and surviving peer review

Tiago Villanueva, MD; Editorial Registrar BMJ

 

Auditorium 3

Oral presentation

Case Report

Chair - Manfred Maier

 

1140 CESAREAN SCAR ENDOMETRIOSIS: DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF SUBCUTANEOUS MASSES

Ebru Yılmaz, Sevim Ogulmus, Irep Karatas Eray, Tuncer Kilic, Ayse Filiz Avsar

 

1170 When unspecific complaints become a problem

Tânia Bonifácio

 

1180 I don’t feel like leaving my house! – a case report of a subtle presentation of psychotic symptoms

Nuno Florêncio

 

1200 Hypertension in an adolescent: a clinical case

Mariana Bismarck, Joana Fazendeiro

 

1202 An eating disorder or just fear?

Estela Rita Loureiro, António Cruz-Ferreira, Joana Carvalho, Iva Pimentel

 

1325 Unlikely diagnosis, unexpected cancer

Pedro Santos

 

Auditorium 4

Oral presentation

Practice

Chair - Jorge Brandão

 

726 Inclusion rate of an integrated Cardio Vascular Risk Management (CVRM) program in primary care

Monika Hollander, Frans H. Rutten, Niek de Wit

 

729 DIABETIC RETINOPATHY SCREENING BY TELEOPHTHALMOLOGY IN A RURAL AREA

MARIA YOLANDA VALPUESTA, LUIS CARRERA, MARIA ISABEL LOPEZ, NATHALIE RODRIGUEZ

CAROLINA GUADARRAMA, MARTA LASHERAS

 

736 MINOR SURGERY RESULTS AFTER 2 YEARS OF IMPLEMENTATION IN A PRIMARY HEALTH CENTER (PHC)

Camilo Fernandez Martinez, Xavier Ferrer peñart, Anna Guarido Maraver, Consol Gutierrez Jiménez

Rosa Jurado

 

758 10 YEARS FOLLOW-UP OF TOENAIL SURGERY IN A PRIMARY CARE MINOR SURGERY UNIT

MARTA SERRA GALLEGO, ANTONIO ARÉVALO GENICIO, BERNAT DE PABLO MÁRQUEZ, Begoña

Santano Rivas

TAMÁRA JURJO LÓPEZ, MIRIAM ZAMBRANA SEGALÉS, Anna Ripoll Ramos

 

772 Preoperative smoking cessation intervention by General Practitioners

Fatma Goksin Cihan

 

785 What can GP do to improve the mammography screening? - preventional nurse’s role

Csaba Móczár

 

1580 “PECULIAR CHILDREN” – TROUBLE PROCESSING ENVIRONMENTAL STIMULI?

Patricia Mendes, Maria da Luz Fonseca, Filipa Moreira, Marta Guedes, Vânia Miranda

 

Room S1.12

Workshop

Multimorbidity – a systems approach

Joachim Sturmberg – Department of General Practice, Newcastle University, Newcastle - Australia. Rick Botelho – Family physician Rochester

 

Room S1.13

Workshop

Breaking bad news in General Practice

Leonor Troni – USF Rodrigues Migueis, Portugal. Vanessa Carvalho – USF Sobreda, Portugal. Nuno Monteiro – USF Locomotiva, Entroncamento, Portugal

 

Pavilion 5 Room A

Oral presentation

Quality

Marc Jamoulle

Chair - Jose-Miguel Bueno-Ortiz

Chair - Rita Lopes

 

1001 PREMIER–Medical Error Prevention System for Interpretation of X-Rays at a General/

/Family Medicine walk-in clinic in an aviation setting

Sofia Carlos, Rui Pombal

 

1034 Communication in Healthcare: Unrushed Care-an e-module for physicians and allied health

Sandra Argenio, Sally-Ann Pantin, Galen Perdikis, Terri Veneziale, Andrew Oldenburg

Gretchen Lipke, Daniel Yip

 

1119 The regional implementation and dissemination of integrated care for older persons living in residential care homes. The MOVIT project

Antonius Poot, Monique Caljouw, Claudia de Waard, Annet Wind, Jacobijn Gussekloo

 

1197 Quality assurance of Group B Beta-hemolytic Streptococcus screening in pregnant women under medical supervision

Filipa Santos, Filomena Xavier, Luísa Pacheco, Marta Fazendeiro

 

1236 Implementing the Chronic Care Model for Improvements in Diabetes Care in a Primary Care Practice in Kosovo

Zejdush Tahiri, Ilir Mecini, Valdet Hashani, Driton Shabani, Shaban Osmanaj

 

Pavilion 5 Room B

Oral presentation

Research – Others

Chair - Ernesto Mola

Chair - Carolina Rodrigues

 

682 Reducing unnecessary colonoscopy referrals in primary care – benefits and costs of a new diagnostic strategy for organic bowel disease

Liselotte Kok, Charles Helsper, Sjoerd Elias, Erik Koffijberg, Carl Moons, Niek de Wit

 

716 The relationship between body mass index and estimated glomerular filtration rate

Marija Klacar, Marija Huljic, Jagoda Popovic

 

731 Pharmacists with longer work experience are more eager to inform their patients about

generic drugs – results of a questionnaire-based study.

Pawel Lewek, Janusz Smigielski, Przemyslaw Kardas

 

816 Randomized Controlled Trial to evaluate the effect of TBCOTM (Task Based Community Oriented Training Module) for communication skills in Dohuk

Sirwan Aswad, Samim Al-Dabbagh, Sargul Younis, Johannes Mulder, Abdullah Jasem

Rajab Sanaan, Ary Habeeb, Nezar Ismet

 

847 CHARACTERISTICS OF SERUM COBALAMIN TEST ORDERING, POSITIVE RESULTS, AND THEIR IMPACT ON CLINICAL DECISIONS

Okay Basak, Handan özdemir, Mukadder Serter

 

920 The implementation of Isla lozenges - the extract of Iceland Moss (Centaria islandica) in patients suffering from acute viral pharyngitis

Slobodan Savovic

 

Pavilion 5 Room C

Oral presentation

Research - Drug Prescription

Chair - Tina Eriksson

Chair - Martino Gliozzi

 

1413 Family Physician’s prescription concerning Chronic Pain

DIANA Soares, Elsa Soares

 

1468 Polypharmacy and inappropriate medication in the elderly – EPPII

Ana Palhares Delgado, Carla Almeida, Célia Silva, Tânia Dias, Adriana Relvas, Jacinta Vaz

Ana Sofia Azenha, Nádia Correia, Sara Almeida, Luciana Valladares

 

1651 Use of Benzodiazepines in the Treatment of Primary Insomnia – evidence based review

Lisa Amaro, Ana Morgado

 

1661 Characteristics and prevalence of long term use of benzodiazepines in elderly population

Gaston Ezequiel Vazquez, David Bottaro Parra, Gemma Rovira Marcelino, Jordi Joseph, BEATRIZ JIMENEZ

 

1665 Duloxetin and Osteoarthritis: an Improbable Match

Sofia Silva, Raquel Cunha

 

1719 Fears and Beliefs about the Prescription of Anxiolytic and Antidepressant Drugs

Josef Rader, Catarina Pires, Nuno Costa, Pedro Santos, Rosa Nogueira dos Santos

 

Room S1.02

Workshop

Supervision of residents and supervisors with a cell phone: feedback on verbal and non verbal communication. A Role-playing workshop

Philippe GUILLOU – Strasbourg, France. Michel LEVEQUE – Strasbourg, France. Catherine JUNG – Université de Strasbourg, France. Marie-Frédérique BACQUÉ – Université de Strasbourg, France

 

Room S1.03

Workshop

Towards a collaborative framework for European Primary Care Clinical Trials: prospects and progress

Catherine Enters-Weijnen – Zeist, Netherlands. Paul Wallace – London, UK. Niek de Wit – Utrecht, Netherlands. Richard Hobbs – Oxford University, UK. Diederick E. Grobbee – Utrecht, Netherlands

 

Room S1.04

Workshop

Converging Technology and Primary Care: The Future, Now

Charilaos (Harris) Lygidakis – Vasco da Gama Movement. Ana Nunes Barata – USF Amora Saudável, Portugal. Raquel Gomez Bravo – SemFYC, Spain. Raluca Zoitanu – Romania. Peter Sloane – The Irish College of General Practitioners, Dublin, Ireland. Nikos Papachristou – Imperial College London, UK. Ulrik Kirk – Danish College ofGeneral Practitioners, Copenhagen, Denmark

 

Room S1.06

Workshop

Health without Growth: Do we still need economic growth to stay healthy or are we at saturation point?

Sietse Wieringa, Luisa Pettigrew, Greg Irving, Stephanie Kumpunen – UK

 

Room S1.07

Workshop

An update on hypertension - what do we need to know in 2014?

Richard Hobbs – Oxford University, UK. Geert-Jan Geersing – Utrecht University, Netherlands. Monika Hollander

 

Room S1.08

Workshop

INTERVENTIONS IN MENTAL HEALTH COLLABORATIVE CARE IN SOCIALLY DEPRIVED AREAS

Sandra Fortes – UERJ. ALICE MENEZES – UERJ - LIPAPS. Karen Athie – LIPAPS/University of Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil. Angela Machado da Silva – Rio de Janeiro State University, Brazil. Christopher Dowrick – University of Liverpool, UK

 

Room S1.09

Workshop

Empowering family doctors to reinvent their careers using the Theory of Optimising Professional Life

Lesley Piko – Australian National University, Australia. Karen Flegg – WONCA editor, Australia. Amanda Howe – RCGP, UK. Carlos Canhota – USF S. Julião, Oeiras, Portugal

 

Pavilion 3 Room B

Oral presentation

Research – Others

Chair - Tanja Pekez Pavlisko

Chair - Susana Silva

 

567 Measuring EBP behaviour in general practice: development and validation of a new assessment tool.

Marlous Kortekaas, Geert Heijden van der, Arno Hoes, Niek de Wit, Marie-Louise Bartelink

 

1282 Semantic Approach to Achieving Interoperability between Clinical Care and Clinical Research

Vasa Curcin, Theodoros Arvanitis, Jean-Francois Ethier, Kazimierz Fraczkowski, Przemyslaw Kazienko

Piotr Brodka, Anna Andreasson, Grzegorz Blizniuk, Sarah Lim Choi Keung, Lei Zhao, Andrzej Misiaszek

Mark McGilchrist, Anita Burgun, Brendan Delaney

 

1399 DESCRIPTIVE CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY TO KNOW THE VARIABILITY OF URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS TREATMENT

RAQUEL BRAVO ANDRÉS, INMACULADA CALLEJAS GIL, MARTA BONA OTAL, BEGOÑA BERNAL PEREZ

CAMELIA VALENTINA MARES, MARIA CARMEN GUTIERREZ SANCHEZ

 

1462 The difficult patient

Catarina Rino, Ana Isabel Esteves, Amélia Nunes

 

1627 GaLes Study - Characterization of the attitudes of primary healthcare professionals towards gays and lesbians

Diogo Santos Costa, Maria Meneses, Camila Mota Neves, Maria Cortês Ferreira, Francisco Pinto da Costa

 

1631 EpiPen for Food Allergy: Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practice Styles of Allergists

Yasemin Cayir, Atilla Cayir, Ayhan Sogut

 

Pavilion 3 Room C

Oral presentation

Research – Practice Organization

Chair - Erwin Rebhandl

 

756 The cost effectiveness of coordinated care – results of a routine data analysis of the Bavarian population

Michael Mehring, Ewan Donnachie, Andreas Mielck, Werner Maier, Martin Tauscher, Roman Gerlach

Antonius Schneider

 

991 General Practitioners and Sickness Certification: Qualitative perspectives of GPs injured workers, employers and compensation scheme agents

Danielle Mazza, Bianca Brijnath, Nabita Singh, Agnieszka Kosny, Rasa Ruseckaite, Alexander Collie

 

992 Consultation hold: interruptions during General Practice consultations

Philippe Botas, Carolina Pereira, Luiz Miguel Santiago, Ana Rita Cruz, Rosa Carvalho

 

997 Referral in the General Practice setting in the centre of Portugal: electronic data from two groups of Health Centres.

Philippe Botas, Luiz Miguel Santiago, Paula Miranda, Carolina Pereira

 

1112 The act of referring from the Primary Health Care to a Rheumatology Service

Tatiana Consciência

 

1204 The referrals to Gynecology and Pediatrics through the ALERT informatic system in Oeiras’ Health Care Centre Cluster

Maria João Araújo, Horácio Covita, Diana Tomaz, Maria João Martins, Ana Ribeiro, Cristina Bastos,

Isabel Santos

 

11.00 – 12.30

Auditorium

WONCA Working Party on panel project

Organization of the healthcare system in Europe: What facilitates and tes & What impedes the delivery of effective primary care

Chairs: Mehmet Ungan, Turkey; Christos Lionis, Greece

Amanda Howe, UK; Ayse Caylan, Turkey; Domingo Orozco-Beltran,Spain; Janus Laust Thomsen,

Denmark; Melida Hasanagié, Bosnia and Herzegovina; Willemijn Schafer, Netherlands

 

Auditorium 2

How to Coordinate the care for patients with

Chair: Okay Basak. ADNAN Menderes University

Participants: Wienke Boerma – NIVEL, Utrecht; Dilek Guldal – Department of Family Medicine, Faculty of

Medicine, Dokuz Eylul University; Francois Schellevis – NIVEL

 

Auditorium 3

Oral presentation

Research – Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs

Chair - Bruno Kissling

Chair - Rita Sebastião

 

730 Should family doctors advise e-cigarettes to their patients?

Pawel Lewek, Przemyslaw Kardas

 

1274 ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION IN YOUNG ADULTS AND ITS EFFECTS ON QUALITY OF LIFE: A CROSS SECTİONAL SURVEY IN TURKEY

Gokhan Eminsoy, Yasemin Cetinel, Altug Kut, FISUN SOZEN

 

1334 Profile of smokers and Motivation for smoking cessation: a reality 4D

Isabel Schulze, Francisca Mateus, Joana Araújo, Joana Correia, Mariana Junqueiro, Ricardo Machado

 

1497 Improving GPs’ identification and treatment of alcohol-related health problems – testing an intervention aimed at the GP clinic

Torgeir Gilje Lid, Sverre Nesvaag, Eivind Meland

 

1716 WHEN GENERAL PRACTICE AND INTERNAL MEDICINE JOIN FORCES – STUDY OF A SMOKING CESSATION CLINIC

Catarina Dias, Maria do Rosário Silva, Filomena Mina

 

Auditorium 4

Oral presentation

Practice

Chair - Fatma Goksin Cihan

Chair - Anthony D'Urzo

 

792 Treatment of Depression in Primary care

Enda Murphy

 

799 BIOETHICS PORTFOLIO: LEARNING TOOL FOR INCORPORATING ETHICS INTO EVERYDAY PRACTICE

Rogelio Altisent, Marian Jimenez, Barbara Marco, Nieves Martín-Espildora, Olga Gasca

Maria Teresa Delgado-Marroquín

 

809 Patient referrals from primary health care centres to hospitals in the Duhok health district: 50% unnecessary.

Sargul Younis, Samim Al-Dabbagh, Ary Habeeb, Sirwan Aswad, Johannes Mulder, Rajab Sanaan

Nezar Ismet

 

810 Air Travel and Venous Thromboelism: Keys to Prevention

Susana Rios, Nina Monteiro, Ana Sofia Nogueira

 

831 Experiences of a professional behaviour board

Pieter Barnhoorn, Jan Bolk, Marleen Ottenhoff, Arnout Jan de Beaufort

 

985 Investigating symptoms of lung cancer: Insights and reflections arising from the development and implementation of a national guide for GPs

Danielle Mazza, Samantha Chakraborty, Liz King, Sue Sinclair

 

Room S1.12

Workshop

Peer Health Coaching (Part 1): How Can Leaders Understand the Complexity of Implementing Catalytic Innovations for Population Health Improvement?

Rick Botelho – Family physician Rochester. Joachim Sturmberg – Department of General Practice, Newcastle University

 

Room S1.13

Workshop

Developing Resources to Facilitate the Transition from Training into Established General Practice. Praksis Plus versus NEGs: The Similarities, Differe

Peter Sloane – The Irish College of General Practitioners, Dublin, Ireland. Ulrik Kirk – Danish College of General Practitioners, Copenhagen, Denmark

 

Pavilion 5 Room A

Oral Presentation

Quality

Chair - Alexandre Gouveia

 

468 How much do doctors and medical students know about burn first aid?

Katarzyna Nessler, Michal Nessler, Anna Krzton-Krolewiecka, Anna Chrapusta, Adam Windak

 

1298 Evaluation of accessibility for users with acute pathology in Consultation of Acute

Andreia Fernandes, Marta Sousa Tavares, Micaela Oliveira

 

1352 RIO DE JANEIRO STATE UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE PILOT PROJECT: TEACHING COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS FOR PRIMARY HEALTH CARE

ALICE MENEZES, Sandra Fortes, Daniela Pimenta, Celia Kestenberg, Angela Machado da Silva

 

1499 Prescription of benzodiazepines in elderly patients with osteoporosis - quality assurance

Ana Vaz Ferreira, David Brito, Henrique Correia, Marina Pires, João Arcanjo

 

1540 Evaluation and improvement of the quality of Maternal Health monitoring

Catarina Pires, Liliana da Silva Correia, Inês Coelho, Ana Margarida Correia, Marco André Oliveira

 

1544 Evaluating the quality of medical appointments due to uncomplicated cystitis

Catarina Pires, Inês Coelho, Ana Margarida Correia

 

1702 Quality of ambulatory antibiotic prescription in community-acquired pneumonia in adults

Ana Margarida Correia, Catarina Pires, Inês Coelho

 

Pavilion 5 Room B

Oral Presentation

Case Report

Chair - Marisa Freire

 

121 MEDICAL HOME CARE IN A QUADRIPLEGIC PATIENT

Yasemin Cayir, Pinar Fakirullahoglu, Ozlem Ozer, Kenan Tastan

 

1207 Systemic Sclerosis – the importance of evaluating the patient as a whole

Sandra Serrão, Patrícia Homem de Gouveia

 

1240 Borderline Ovarian Tumour: common symptoms in an uncommon disease-medical intervention and impact in quality of life - case report in a young woman

Cátia Cerqueira, Sandra Serrão

 

1340 Active listening and psycotherapy in depressive disorders-a family physician approach

Nuno Basílio, Liliana Fernandes

 

1356 Pride and Prejudice

Ingrid Paur

 

1384 Core competencies of the general practitioner about an actual clinical case

Andreia Esteves, Tatiana Consciência, Mário Santos

 

Pavilion 5 Room C

Oral Presentation

Research – Diabetes anda Metabolic Disease

Chair - Cristina Ribeiro

Chair - Marlous Kortekaas

 

1321 Insulin therapy in general practice

Marjolijn Hugenholtz

 

1422 Healthcare professional’s role in supporting patients’ self-management of type-2 diabetes (T2DM) medication. An exploratory study

Gerda Längst, Hanna M. Seidling, Marion Stützle, Dominik Ose, Joachim Szecsenyi, Walter E. Haefeli

Cornelia Mahler

 

1442 Type 2 Diabetes mellitus: Quality of Life and associated factors

Soraia Santos, Helena Beça, Carla Mota

 

1478 CINNAMON: NEW ARISING WEAPON FOR TYPE 2 DIABETES TREATMENT?

Raquel Cunha, Sofia Silva, Inês Macedo

 

1571 POrDiab-2 study - oral pathology and type 2 Diabetes mellitus in Primary Health Care

Catarina Fernandes, José Frias Bulhosa, Carla Mota, Helena Beça

 

1682 Identification of adverse drug events related with oral antidiabetic agents in primary care

Luís Miguel Santiago, Rui Cruz, Carlos Alberto Fontes Ribeiro

 

Room S1.02

Workshop

The Canadian Pallium Learning Essential Approaches in Palliative Care (LEAP): A National, Interprofessional Education Initiative for Primary Care

Jose Pereira – Department of Medicine, University of Ottawa, Canada. Gordon Giddings – Pallium Canada. Nathalie Gravelle-Ray – Pallium Canada. Srini Chary – Universit of Calgary, Canada. Brady Riordan – Pallium Canada; Kathy Logsdail-Downer – Pallium Canada

 

Room S1.03

Workshop

Have a health problem – Will fly?

Rui Pombal – UCS Cuidados Integrados de Saúde (Grupo TAP), Portugal. Anabela Jorge – UCS, SA – Portugal

 

Room S1.04

Workshop

Bibliographic compass

Ângela Santos Neves – USF Araceti, Portugal. Joana Silva – CS Bidoeira, Portugal. Regina Belo – USF Fernando Namora, Portugal

 

Room S1.06

Workshop

From the Pill to Contraceptive Devices – educacional placement of devices

Tânia Pereira – USF +Carandá, Portugal. Babila Carvalho – USF Gualtar, Braga, Portugal. Carlos Afonso – UCSP Infias, Portugal. Eduardo Ferreira – USF Gualtar, Braga, Portugal

 

Room S1.07

Workshop

What do we need to know on thromboembolic risk and anticoagulation

Richard Hobbs – Oxford University, UK. Geert-Jan Geersing – Utrecht University, Netherlands. David Fitzmaurice – University of Birmingham, UK. Carlos Brotons

 

Room S1.08

Workshop

UPDATE ON GENERAL PRACTICE INVOLVEMENT IN EARLY DETECTION AND COUNSELING FOR ALCOHOL PROBLEMS – EUROPREV WORKSHOP

Lodewijk Pas – Belgium. Peter Anderson – Substance Use, Policy and Practice, Institute of Health and Society, Newcastle University, England, Alcohol and Health, Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences, Maastricht University. Tom Defillet – Association for Alcohol - and other Drug Problems

 

Room S1.09

Workshop

Can we improve low back pain management?

Jose-Miguel Bueno-Ortiz – Centro de Salud de Fuente Alamo, Murcia, Spain. Jose-Antonio Garcia-Garceran – Centro de Salud de Santa Lucia de Cartagena, Spain. Alberto Palacios-Colom – Centro de Salud de Fuente Alamo, Murcia, Spain. Fernando-Jose Rodriguez-Martinez – Hospital Universitario de Santa Lucía de Cartagena, Spain. Noemi del Cerro – Hospital Universitario de Santa Lucía de Cartagena, Spain. Juan Reyes-Jimenez – Hospital Universitario de Santa Lucía de Cartagena, Spain. Juan-Francisco Mulero-Cervantes – Hospital Universitario de Santa Lucía de Cartagena. Mari Carmen Santiago García – Gerencia Hospital Universitario de Santa Lucía de Cartagen, Spain. Josefa Alonso- -Saenz-de-Miera – Gerencia Hospital Universitario de Santa Lucía de Cartagena, Spain. Alberto Barragan-Perez – Gerencia Hospital Universitario de Santa Lucía de Cartagena, Spain. Orozco-Beltrán Domingo – Universidad Miguel Hernández, Alicante, Spain. Josep Basora- Gallisa – SPANISH SOCIETY OF FAMILY AND COMMUNITY MEDICINE. Ana-Maria Gomez-Vizcaino – Centro Salud Mazarrón- Murcia, Spain. Esther Garcia-Delgado – Hospital Universitario de Santa Lucía de Cartagena, Spain. Jose-Enrique Picher-Vidal – Gerencia Hospital Universitario de Santa Lucía de Cartagena, Spain. Rafael Luquin-Martínez – Health Center Cartagena-Oeste, Spain

 

Pavilion 3 Room B

Oral Presentation

Practice

Chair - Angela Neves

 

516 Focusing on smoking cessation: comparison of two approaches in primary health care

Daniela Florentina Pruteanu, Francisco Antón García, Elena Correcher Salvador, Noelia Pastor Gradoli

 

1010 Strengthening the role of the family physician in medical education modules using the biopsychosocial approach

Eva Irene Maglonzo

 

1013 Newly Formed Tobacco Cessation Out-Patient Clinic and Reflections to Primary Care

Tanju YILMAZER, Berk GEROGLU, Fikret Merter ALANYALI, Kurtulus ONGE

 

1016 Chest X-Ray: what a Family physician needs to know

Mariana Sant’Ana, Henrique Sottomayor

 

1120 Teenagers perception about family planning

Gustavo Amorim, Julyana de Oliveira, Melaynne Meira, Mychelle Neiva, Nathalia Lima, Renato Castro

Yasmin Caetano, Alexander Itria

 

1136 Promoting family planning in adolescence with emphasis on early pregnancy

Gustavo Amorim, Yasmin Caetano, Renato Castro, Nathalia Lima, Mychelle Neiva, Melaynne Meira

Julyana de Oliveira, Alexander Itria

 

Pavilion 3 Room C

Oral Presentation

Mental Health

Chair - Margaret O'Riordan

 

597 Depressive symptoms and antidepressive medication in HIV+ patients in German and Austrian primary care offices

Thomas Ernst Dorner, Horst Schalk, Peter Hartmann, Christoph Mayr, Olaf Degen

 

840 How do GPs, psychiatrists and psychiatric nurses understand collaborative care?

Gritt Overbeck, Marius Brostrøm Kousgaard, Annette Sofie Davidsen

 

972 Association between religiosity/spirituality and reductions in a depression scale: Results from the SPILI III study on rural Crete

Christos Lionis, Dimitris Anyfantakis , Manolis Linardakis, Emmanouil Symvoulakis , Sue Shea

Demosthenes Panagiotakos

 

1109 EVALUATION OF DEPRESSION AND QUALITY OF LIFE WITH SF-36 OF THE INPATIENTS AT THE THORACIC SURGERY SERVIC

RUHUSEN KUTLU, Nur Demirbas, Selma Civi, Atilla Can

 

1290 General Practitioners’ and Psychiatrists’ Responses to Empathic Opportunities in Patients with Depression

Annette Sofie Davidsen, Christina Fogtmann Fosgerau

 

1339 Characterization of benzodiazepine consumption pattern in a GP’s patient list

Pedro Santos

 

14.30 – 1500

Auditorium

Keynote Lecture

Body and words in the consultation

Carl Edvard Rudebeck

Specialist in general practice in Västervik, Sweden. Research supervisor in Kalmar county, Sweden

Professor in general practice at the Department for Community Medicine, University of Tromsø, Norway

Chairs: Vítor Ramos; Carl Steylaerts

 

15.00 – 16.30

Auditorium

WONCA Environmental Working Party

Family practitioners in the field: environmental stories from across the globe WONCA Environmental Working Party

Chair: Grant Blashki – Institute for Global Health, Melbourne University, Australia

Alan Abelsohn – University of Toronto, Canada

Margot Parkes – Canada

Karen Flegg – WONCA editor

 

Auditorium 2

Oral Presentation

Research – Women’s Health

Chair - Daniel Soranz

Chair - Inês Maio

 

146 Breast Cancer Evolution of Sociodemographic Attributes and Risk Factors

Ozden GOKDEMIR-YAZAR, Seval Yaprak, Muhteber COLAK, Ediz YILDIRIM, Dilek GULDAL

 

300 Teenage pregnancy features and social disadvantage

Juan Emilio Casabella, Maria Daniela Faranna, Gonzalo Calvo Quijano, Jose Zogbi, Gabriela Michel

 

715 The outcomes of immediate versus delayed antibiotics treatment in simple urinary tract infection in healthy premenopausal women

Jonathan Orrelle, Noa Goldscher, Nivin Khoury, Nancy Fridman, Yael Ziegelman, Reem Hindi

Shmuel Hudara, Mahmoud Khatib, Mordechai Alperin, Orit Cohen Castel, Khaled Karkabi

 

844 IS IT REALLY 9 MONTHS AND 10 DAYS?

Aysegul Kabanli, Fulya Akpak, Nuri Seha Yuksel, Tolga Gunvar

 

939 Maternal and Neonatal Factors Affecting Neonatal Jaundice and Mothers’ Knowledge, Attitude and Behaviors on Neonatal Jaundice

Sibel Yasa, Fatma Goksin Cihan, RUHUSEN KUTLU, Selma Civi, Dursun Odabas

 

Auditorium 3

Oral Presentation

Research – Vocational Training

Chair - João Werner Falk

 

710 Teaching professionalism; the role of the resident

Melissa Smelt, Pieter Barnhoorn, Walther van Mook, Jan Bolk

 

723 SELF-FEEDBACK THROUGH VIDEOTAPING COMPARED WITH PEER AND TRAINER FEEDBACK

Zeynep Avsar, Zeliha Cansever, Hamit Acemoğlu, Ümit Avşar, Abdul Sattar Khan, Yasemin Cayir

 

867 Patient Profile in a Family Medicine Training Center in Ankara: Analysis of Admissions

Emel Dogan, Duygu Ayhan Baser, Esra Meltem Koc, Ismail Kasim, Irfan Sencan, Rabia Kahveci, Adem

Ozkara

 

885 A RESEARCH ON THE SLEEP QUALITY AND THE RELATED FACTORS AMONG THE RESIDENT DOCTORS OF A STATE HOSPITAL IN TURKEY

AYSE DIDEM ESEN, GOZDE NIZAMOGLU, EZGI KACAR, DILEK TOPRAK

 

1299 Study of residency programs in family and community medicine of Rio de Janeiro: the issue of preceptorship

Maria Alicia Castells, Carlos Eduardo Aguilera Campos, Valéria Romano

 

1342 WHAT DO FAMİLY MEDİCİNE RESIDENTS THINK ABOUT TELEMEDICINE?

ZEYNEP SAYIN DİNCER, GÖKHAN DİNCER, SELDA SAYIN, ZEHRA SAYIN, Duygu Ayhan Baser, Ismail Kasim,

Irfan Sencan, Rabia Kahveci, Adem Ozkara

 

Auditorium 4

Oral Presentation

Research – Primary Health Care

Chair - Nena Kopeavar Guèek

 

1108 Access to diagnostics in primary care in Ireland based on the ability of patients to pay privately

Margaret O’Riordan, Gillian Doran, Claire Collins

 

1190 Health – the Driver for Health Systems Reform

Joachim Sturmberg

 

1275 HOSPITAL CARE UTILIZATION FEATURES OF PEOPLE IN A HEALTHCARE SYSTEM WITHOUT A GATEKEEPING FUNCTION: RESULTS OF A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY FROM TURKEY

OKAY BAŞAK, NAZIM UZUNCA

 

1315 Do we need hospitalizations prevention program within primary care?

Donata Kurpas, Bozena Mroczek, Dorota Bielska

 

1761 Primary Health Care Reform in Portugal – the views of Family Health Unit coordinators from 2010 till 2013

André Biscaia, Rui Cardeira, Carlota Vieira

 

1847 Uncontrolled access to all levels of care is associated with weak primary care functions – lessons from Austria

Otto Pichlhoefer, Manfred Maier

 

Room S1.12

Workshop

Peer Health Coaching (Part 2): How Can Healthy Leaders Lead and Innovate?

Rick Botelho – Family physician Rochester

 

Room S1.13

Workshop

How to approach Family violence?

Raquel Gomez Bravo – SemFYC, Spain. Sara Belinchon Moyano – SAR Ciempozuelos, Madrid, Spain. Nina Monteiro – USF Porto Centro, Portugal. María Ballarín – health center & hospital, Spain. Rosa Avino; Sara Rigon; Maija Kozlovska; Yusianmar Mariani – USFLethes, Portugal. Ula Chetty; Lodewijk Pas – Belgium. Mª Carmen Fernandez- -Alonso – Gerencia Regional de Salud Castilla y Leon, Spain. Tanja Pekez – Pavlisko

 

Pavilion 5 Room A

Oral Presentation

Practice

Chair - Annette Berendsen

 

112 Easy to read documents or how doctors can communicate with patients suffering from learning disabilities or living with dementia

Jean-Claude Leners

 

1148 Discussion of contraceptive methods with pre-teens with encouragement to family planning

Gustavo Amorim, Julyana de Oliveira, Melaynne Meira, Mychelle Neiva, Nathalia Lima, Renato Castro

Yasmin Caetano, Alexander Itria

 

1286 CAN TUTORING MEDICAL STUDENTS HELP SPECIALIST TRAINEES TO INTERNALISE PRINCIPLES OF THE SPECIALTY?

Jaana Franck, Helena Kääpä, Paula Vainiomäki

 

1738 Challenges to Quality of GP Care due to Economic Recession

Andrée Rochfort, Zlata Ozvacic Adzic, Tina Eriksson

 

1750 Innovation in Primary Health Care: Leading the change towards efficiency and global quality

Carla Pontes, Wim Van Lerberghe, André Biscaia

 

1579 The use of “formulations” in patients with common mental health disorders

Madalina Daniela Graure, Alexandru Claudiu Coman, Felix Crespo Ramos, Angel Sanchez Bahillo, Juana

Flores Torrecillas

 

Pavilion 5 Room B

Oral Presentation

Case Report

Chair - Carlos Canhota

Chair - Mary Sheehan

 

1404 Vulvodynia – Case Report

MARIA JOÃO MACEDO

 

1415 Buerger’s Disease: a case report

DIANA Soares

 

1425 Wrong Diagnosis! (or “the challenge of treating old patients”, or “tricky disorders are always with us”, or “physicians’ relatives are difficult”)

Maria do Rosário Pereira Rosa

 

1472 And if is not depression?

Sónia Lima, Paula Freitas

 

1494 Multiple minor problems can become a major problem: The importance of the family physician in pregnancy vigilance

Sara Costa, Sara Madeira, Carina Vargas

 

1503 A case report of chronic pain – a challenge for the Family Physician

Cristina Serra, Henrique Correia, Miguel Pereira

 

Pavilion 5 Room C

Oral Presentation

Research – Cardiovascular

Chair - Ana Catarina Pires

 

195 Hypertensive patients in the general practice setting: comparative analysis between the controlled and the non controlled ones

Carolina Pereira, Philippe Botas, Rosa Carvalho, Ana Rita Simões, Luís Miguel Santiago

 

373 May the use of uricosuric drugs lower mortality and hospitalization risk in patients with cardio-renal disease?

Giovanni Colucci, Enza Colucci, Paolo Motolese, Pasquale Iacovazzo, Fabio Robusto

 

423 Cognitive performance and assessment of early cognitive decline in patients with advanced cardiovascular disease

Ferdinando Petrazzuoli, Hans Thulesius, Sebastian Palmquist, Anna Kvitting, Patrik Midlöv

 

1018 Hypertension in the province of Lecce (Italy). Cross sectional study in the setting of General Practice

Ernesto Mola, Cristina Melgiovanni

 

1350 Relevancy of Non-ST Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction diagnosis by medical emergency care mobile unit

Ignacio Borque Roda, Karina Heleniak, Marion BEUZELIN, Rémy LUCAS, Isabelle GUERY-KALISZCZAK

Nicolas PESCHANSKI

 

1496 Chronotherapy effects on hypertension

Joana Oliveira, Gustavo Coelho, Tânia Bonifácio

 

Room S1.02

Workshop

Provision of the healthcare to ethnic minorities and migrants – developing of the model of culturally responsive healthcare in the European Union

Jáchym Bednář

 

Room S1.03

Workshop

How to Perform and Report a Quality Improvement Cycle in Primary Health Care

Cecília Shinn – USF S. Julião, Portugal. Liliana Amaral – USF S. Julião, Portugal. Maria João Araújo – USF Conde de Oeiras, Portugal. Matilde Padrão Dias – USF Dafundo, Portugal

 

Room S1.04

Workshop

“Doctor, my father died...” – approaching bereavement

Carlos Franclim – Unidade de Saúde Familiar São João do Porto, Portugal. Mariana Rio – Unidade de Saúde Familiar São João do Porto, Portugal. Sofia Correia Pinto – USF S. João do Porto, Portugal

 

Room S1.06

Workshop

Snippets, Doodles, Mindmaps and Apps: Pallium Canada’s Online Suite of Just-In-Time Learning and Clinical Support for Primary Palliative Care

Jose Pereira – Department of Medicine, University of Ottawa, Canada. Gordon Giddings – Pallium Canada, Canada. Kathy Logsdail-Downer – Pallium Canada, Canada. Brady Riordan – Pallium Canada, Canada. Nicholas Papiccio – Pallium Canada, Canada. Nathalie Gravelle-Ray Pallium Canada

 

Room S1.07

Workshop

From research to Elderly Primary Care Program

Marianne Dees – Nijmegen, Netherlands. Sietske Grol – Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, Nijmegen, Netherlands. Gerard Molleman – Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, Nijmegen, Netherlands Henk Schers – Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, Nijmegen, Netherlands

 

Room S1.08

Workshop

Screening evidence and wishful thinking – a EUROPREV workshop about quaternary prevention in general practice

Carlos Martins – Family Medicine Unit, Social Sciences and Health Department of the Faculty of Medicine of Porto, Portugal. Bruno Heleno – The Research Unit and Section of General Practice Department of Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Mie Hestbech – The Research Unit and Section of General Practice Department of Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. John Brodersen – The Research Unit and Section of General Practice Department of Public Health Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

 

Room S1.09

Workshop

PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIP AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT

Maria da Luz Fonseca – Departamento de Psiquiatria da Infância e da Adolescência, Centro Hospitalar do Porto,

Portugal. Marta Guedes – USF Nova Via, Valadares, Portugal. Filipa Moreira – Departamento de Psiquiatria da Infância

e da Adolescência, Centro Hospitalar do Porto, Portugal. Patrícia Mendes – Departamento de Psiquiatria da Infância

e da Adolescência, Centro Hospitalar do Porto. Sara Melo – Unidade da Infância e Adolescência do Serviço de

Psiquiatria, Centro Hospitalar de Vila Nova de Gaia/Espinho, Portugal. Graça Fernandes – Departamento de Psiquiatria

da Infância e da Adolescência, Centro Hospitalar do Porto, Portugal

 

Pavilion 3 Room B

Oral Presentation

Practice

Chair - Pieter van den Hombergh

Chair - Letícia Freire Cabral

 

1003 BCG vaccination surveillance in GP’s office

Valeria Herdea, Emiliana Costiug, Daniela Stefanescu, Gindrovel Gheorghe Dumitra

 

1291 New routes for the management of complex patients in Family Medicine

Tobias Freund

 

1344 Home Visits in Central Brazil: a multi-professional approach

Luiza Araujo, Daniel Veloso, Izabela Saraiva, Pedro Victor Santana, Victória Gonçalves, Lourenço dos Santos

Bárbara Neiva Barros, Pedro Carlos Assis, Lucas Guerra, Thais Guerra

 

1449 Computer use in family medicine: communication skills for a person-centered approach

Margarida Figueiredo-Braga, Dilermando Sobral

 

1647 Online Platform for clinical questions and answers in USF Marginal: mind the gaps

Mário Santos, Tiago Carneiro, Andreia Esteves, Tatiana Consciência, Luís Heitor, Carla Costa

 

Pavilion 3 Room C

Oral Presentation

Research – Prevention

Chair - Ana Nunes Barata

 

583 ASSESMENT OF VACCINATION STATUS IN PEDIATRIC POPULATION UNDER 8 YEARS OF AGE AND ATTİTUDE AND BEHAVIOUR OF THEIR PARENTS

Ali Ümit Geckil, Altug Kut, Sinem Aydemir, fisun sozen

 

584 PATIENTS AWARENESS AND EXPECTATIONS ABOUT PERIODIC HEALTH EXAMINATIONS

Sinem Aydemir, Altug Kut, Ali Ümit Geckil, Süleyman Yurtseven, fisun sozen

 

740 Willingness to participate in prevention programs for cardiometabolic diseases in general practice

Mark Nielen, Jessica Petter, Margreet Reitsma-van Rooijen, Joke Korevaar

 

781 Evaluation of the knowledge of physicians and patients about prostate cancer screening

Marta Magalhães, Joana Almeida, José Oliveira

 

995 HPV vaccination in women aged 27 to 45 years: What do GPs think?

Danielle Mazza, Katja Petrovic, Cathy Grech, Naomi Harris

 

1005 International Travelers: Risk and Prevention

Inês Pereira de Matos, Paulo Baptista-Coelho, Rita Sebastião, Tiago F. Baptista, Mafalda Pama

 

16.45 – 18.15

Auditorium

The harmful use of alcohol and primary health care. Status quo and future priorities. The development of the European Projects

Chair: Cristina Ribeiro MD, PhD, Professor of Family Medicine at the Institute of Preventive Medicine (IMP),

Lisbon Faculty of Medicine (FML)

 

BISTAIRS  PROJECT (Brief interventions in the treatment of alcohol use disorders in relevant settings) 

Bernd Schulte, Centre for Interdisciplinary Addiction Research, Hamburg University, Department of Psychiatry (W37), University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf

 

ODHIN Project (Optimizing delivery of health care interventions)

Joan Colom Farran, Subdirector general de drogodependències, Barcelona 

 

RAHRA (Reducing Alcohol Related Harm)

Manuel Cardoso, Deputy General- Director General-Directorate for Intervention on Addictive Behaviours and Dependencies, Portugal

 

BISTAIRS  Expert–Case study Portuguese settings - Workplace and Social service

Jorge Barroso Dias, Vice-President of the Occupationa Portuguese Medical Society

 

BISTAIRS  Expert–Case study Portuguese settings   - Primary Heath Care and Emergency department

Frederico do Rosário, Family Doctor at UCSP Tondela, PhD Student at Lisbon Medical Faculty

 

Auditorium 2

Innovation in primary care: new tools for better care

Chair: Alexandre Gouveia, Policlinique Médicale Universitaire Lausanne – Switzerland

 

Evidence Based Clinical Tools to support family medicine doctors

Rita Lírio da Mota Marques, BMJ Business Development Manager, National partnerships and a International

Development

 

Helthcare and a the internet of Things – Understanding Health Patterns for better preventive care

Ricardo Pereira, Health Industry Lead, Microsoft Portugal

 

Auditorium 3

Oral Presentation

Quality

Chair - Rui Pombal

 

214 General practitioner’s (GP’s) attitude towards anabolic usage among their patients – qualitative research

Miro Hanževački

 

1354 Clinical records at GPs appointments: supervisors versus trainees – Continuous quality improvement

Rosa Carvalho, Luís Miguel Santiago, Philippe Botas, Carolina Pereira, Ana Rita Simões, Maria Glória Neto

Paula Miranda, Catarina Matias

 

1609 Alternative medicine in European general practice: Physician attitudes and practice

Martin Seifert, Bohumil Seifert

 

1617 Family Doctors Confronted With Many Laws

Aart Hendriks

 

1645 Attitudes of elderly people toward preventive consultation in primary care – a qualitative study

Karin Eerenbeemt, van den

 

1740 Systematic Review: Educational interventions for primary care health professionals to improve self-management in patients with chronic conditions

Andrée Rochfort, Claire Collins, Jochen Gensichen, Ilkka Kunnamo, Susan Smith, Tina Eriksson

Sinead Beirne, Gillian Doran, Patricia Patton

 

Auditorium 4

Oral Presentation

Research – Information Technology

Chair - Maureen Baker

Chair - Henrique Correia

 

25 Using ICPC and the Core Content Classification for General Practice (3CGP) to index Wonca Lisbon abstracts

Marc Jamoulle

 

118 Medical Record evaluation in the Vila Velha University polyclinic handbooks – ES, Brazil

Ana Rosa Murad Szpilman, Marcela Almeida Alves, WANÊSSA LACERDA POTON, Ana Paula Santana Coelho

Marcello Dala Bernardina Dalla

 

179 Health 2.0: Reported through Internet patient characteristics

Gemma Rovira Marcelino, BEATRIZ JIMENEZ, Jordi Joseph, Gaston Ezequiel Vazquez, David Bottaro Parra

 

412 The Julius General Practitioners Network; primary care routine registration data based research

Hugo Smeets, Niek de Wit, Mattijs E. Numans, Frans H. Rutten, Willem van der Kraan

 

888 Extending the Primary care team to community pharmacists: exploring the potential of information systems

João Gregório, Miguel Mira da Silva, Afonso Cavaco, Luís Velez Lapão

 

Room S1.12

Workshop

How to prevent physician burnout in the workplace when you´re short on time

Carla Costa – USF Marginal – ACES de Cascais, Portugal. Filipa Manuel – USF marginal, Portugal. Conceição Silva – USF Marginal, Portugal. Raquel Magalhães – USF Marginal, Portugal. Teves Carreiro – USF Marginal, Portugal

 

Room S1.13

Workshop

Myofascial pain syndrome: diagnosis and management

Liliana Rumor – Portugal. Alexandra Fernandes – USF Fernão Ferro mais, Portugal. Vanda Estríbio – USF Servir Saúde – Corroios, Portugal. Joana Paiva – USF Fernão Ferro mais, Portugal

 

Pavilion 5 Room A

Oral Presentation

Practice

Chair - Teresa Pascoal

 

697 Volunteer experience in Guinea-Bissau

Liliana Amaral

 

1654 New Technologies in Diabetes

João Cerqueira, Joana Carneiro, Nádia Marinho

 

1655 Family Assessment Tools

Sara Costa, Claudia Antão, Tânia Almeida, Ana Vasconcelos, Nuria Gouveia, Vera Costa

 

1668 One day school about dementia caregiving

Tatjana CVETKO

 

1677 USF Marginal – a learning organization

Mário Santos, Tiago Carneiro, Ana Ferrão

 

Pavilion 5 Room B

Oral Presentation

Case Report

Chair - Antonio Arévalo Genicio

 

1514 The importance of patient collaboration

Catarina Pires, Ana Margarida Correia, Inês Coelho, Liliana da Silva Correia

 

1515 Iron health..

Martino Gliozzi, Soraia Reis, Ana Cid, Rita Cabrita, Joana Fazendeiro, Mariana Bismarck

 

1522 Inheritance, the solution to the problem!

Catarina Pires, Inês Coelho, Ana Margarida Correia

 

1529 I fell asleep at the Wheel… the challenge of medical appointments of non-users

Catarina Pires, Inês Coelho, Ana Margarida Correia

 

1535 Nonspecific Dizziness

Carla Costa, Ana Sofia Alves, Bernardo Alves Castro

 

1547 SELF-DIAGNOSIS OF AN INFREQUENT DISEASE: WHEN THE IMPROBABLE BECOMES PROBABLE

Yolanda Oliveira, Eliana Bonifácio, Maria João Marques

 

Pavilion 5 Room C

Oral Presentation

Research – Child Health

Chair - Daniel Pinto

 

764 WHAT DO PARENTS KNOW ABOUT CHILDHOOD CANCERS?

Gokhan Eminsoy, Fisun Sozen, Altug Kut, Meriç Çolak

 

868 CAUSES FOR PREFERING TERTIARY HEALTH CARE SERVICES OF CAREGIVERS DURING DISEASES OF THEIR CHILDREN AT 12 YEARS OLD AND YOUNGER

Seval Yaprak, Ulku BULUT, Yunus Emre OKUDAN, Ozden GOKDEMIR-YAZAR, Muhteber COLAK

Ediz YILDIRIM, Dilek GULDAL

 

1164 Obesity and arterial hypertension in the 5-6 year-olds’ health examination: a prevalence study in a portuguese family health unit.

Sara Cardoso, Helena Lopes, Inês Barreiro, Joana Costa, Ana Carina Rodrigues, Nuno Florêncio

Joana Nóbrega, Riquen Mulji

 

1434 PATERNITY AT ADOLESCENCE: EXPERIENCES AND PARADIGMS IN THE LIFE OF YOUNG FATHERS

Cicero Ricardo Machado de Matos, Laiane Gonçalves Dequeixes, Lucas Torres Pacheco

Maria de Jesus Torres Pacheco

 

1457 Child Health and Child Care in Ottoman Empire: A review of archives

Adem Ozkara, Tarık Eren Yılmaz, Rabia Kahveci, Tuğba YILMAZ, Esra Meltem Koc, Adem BAHADIR

Şeyma Selen Sevinç, Irfan Sencan, İskender Bülbül, Turgay Albayrak, Omer Akca, Ismail Kasim

 

1689 Travel with children

Sofia Silva, Raquel Cunha

 

Room S1.02

Workshop

Factors that affect patients’ readiness to change lifestyle

Mateja Bulc; Maciek Godycki Cwirko – Department of Family and Community Medicine, Medical University of Lodz, Lodz, Poland. Carlos Brotons

 

Room S1.03

Workshop

Don’t Miss the Train: Social Media Blowout in Family Medicine

Peter Sloane – The Irish College of General Practitioners, Dublin, Ireland. Yoav Shomer – Department of Family Medicine, Medical Corps, Israeli Defense Forces, Israel. Charilaos (Harris) Lygidakis. Raluca Zoitanu; Raquel Gomez Bravo – SemFYC, Spain. Ronen Brand – Clalit Health Services. Ulrik Kirk – Danish College of General Practitioners, Copenhagen, Denmark

 

Room S1.04

Workshop

Ease-disease: Intercultural differences in medically unexplained symptoms, tools to improve the understanding of a ‘language of distress’

Eldine Oosterberg – Dutch College of General Practitioners, Utrecht, Netherlands. Vroon Pigmans – Dutch College of

General Practitioners, Utrecht, Netherlands

 

Room S1.06

Workshop

Genuine communication in clinical practice – empowering doctors and patients to connect as people in a professional relationship – empathy awareness

Christoph Klonk; Philip Weber – Boulder Community Hospital

 

Room S1.07

Workshop

“Shoulder in 5 minutes”

Pedro Mota Costa – Serviço de Ortopedia- Hospital Pedro Hispano ULS Matosinhos, Portugal. Maria Cortês Ferreira – UCSP São Mamede - ULS Matosinhos, Portugal. Ana Sofia Leite Alves – UCSP São Mamede – ULS Matosinhos, Portugal. Camila Mota Neves – UCSP São Mamede – ULS Matosinhos, Portugal. Nuno Camelo Barbosa – Serviço de Ortopedia – Hospital Pedro Hispano ULS Matosinhos, Portugal. Edgar Meira – Serviço de Ortopedia - Hospital Pedro Hispano ULS Matosinhos, Portugal. Joana Cardoso – Serviço de Ortopedia – Hospital Pedro Hispano ULS Matosinhos, Portugal. Teresa Ruano – Serviço de Medicina Física e de Reabilitação, Hospital Pedro Hispano ULS Matosinhos, Portugal

 

Room S1.08

Workshop

FAMILY VIOLENCE: ELDER ABUSE & NEGLECT – DEALING WITH A RISING PROBLEM IN OUR COMMUNITIES

Hagit Dascal Weichendler – Department of Family Medicine, Clalit Health Services, Haifa and West Galillee District & Rappaport School of Medicine, Technion, Israel. Shelly Rothschild Meir – Department of Family Medicine, Clalit Health Services, Haifa and West Galillee District & Rappaport School of Medicine, Technion, Israel

 

Room S1.09

Workshop

Red Roses – Reflecting on real consultations using illustrated vignettes

Alec Logan – Wishaw Health Centre. Matt Burkes – Bognor Regis. Deborah Swinglehurst – Ipswich and London; Helen Wilson – Glasgow

 

Pavilion 3 Room B

Oral Presentation

Research – End of Live

Chair - Pedro Azevedo

 

961 Living wills in Primary Health Care in Spain: improving spreading method

Elba Zurdo, Montserrat Ilordes, NÚRIA GIMÉNEZ GÓMEZ

 

1138 IS OUR KNOWLEDGE ENOUGH ABOUT PALLIATIVE CARE?

María Labarta Bellostas, Orlando French Medina, David Mejia Escolano, Ana Tarongi Saleta, Miguel E. Zazo

Romojaro, Izarbe Galindo Serrano, Manuel Muñoz Pintor, Maite Sanz Aldana, Inmaculada Erruz Andrés

Ana Pujol Keller

 

1280 Shards of glass: stories about the end of life, peculiarities of the stories

Giuliana Bondielli, Maria Milano

 

1283 Shards of glass: stories about end of life, experiences of the practitioner

Maria Milano, Giuliana Bondielli

 

1293 Shards of glass: stories about the end of life, experiences of the caregiver

Maria Milano, Giuliana Bondielli

 

Pavilion 3 Room C

Oral Presentation

Others

Chair - Catarina Matias

 

184 EGPRN’s Multimorbidity definition translation and meta-ethnographic analysys into 8 European languages

Jean Yves le Reste, Patrice Nabbe, FPDM working group FPDM working group

 

305 AS A LECTURER PROGRAMME OF ACADEMIC TEACHING (LPAT) FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS

Zeliha Cansever, Zeynep Avsar, Yasemin Cayir, Hamit Acemoglu

 

331 The morbidity trends in Croatian Family Practice in the period 1995 – 2012

Teo Depolo, Ankica Džono-Boban, orsat John, Mario Čurlin, Natalija Cakić

 

714 Quality of care for patientes with mental health problems family medicine in Bosnia and Herzegovina :between standards and policy

Melida M. Hasanagic

 

1254 PATIENTS’ SUPERNATURAL EXPERIENCES; DO PATIENTS REPORT TO GENERAL PRACTITIONERS?

Paula Vainiomäki, Pieta Sundqvist, Marja-Liisa Honkasalo

 

1484 The rise and fall of the impetigo epidemic. An 11-year prospective study from general practice in Norway

Guri Rortveit, Sverre Rortveit, Dag Harald Skutlaberg, Nina Langeland

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