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Thursday, 3 July

Thursday, 3 July

8.30 – 10.00

 

Auditorium

WONCA ON COMMUNICABLE DISEASES SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP

New models to improve delivery of care to patients with chronic diseases

The aim of the panel is to highlight primary care innovations as new teams or other that can

improve results in managing chronic conditions.

Chair: Domingo Orozco-Beltran, Vice President of the Spanish Society of Family and Community Medicine (semFYC)

 

Auditorium 2

WONCA SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP CANCER & PALLIATIVE CARE

Latest evidence in early diagnosis, screening and survivorship

Chair: David Weller, Centre for Population Health Sciences, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

 

Auditorium 3

Oral Presentation

Research – Diabetes and Metabolic Disease

Pedro Sousa

 

689 COMPARISON OF ANGIOTENSIN RECEPTOR BLOCKERS AND ANGIOTENSIN CONVERTING ENZYME INHIBITORS FOR GLYCAEMIC REGULATION

Ali Ümit Geckil, Özgür Cayci, Altug Kut, Cihan Fidan

 

692 EFFECT OF ANGIOTENSIN RECEPTOR BLOCKERS ON GLYCAEMIC CONTROL IN TYPE 2 DIABETIC PATIENTS? A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS

Özgür Cayci, Ali Ümit Geckil, Altug Kut, fisun soze

 

693 DOES PROTON PUMP INHIBITOR USE DECREASE MICROVASCULAR COMPLICATON RATE IN TYPE 2 DIABETIC PATIENTS? A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS

Altug Kut, Ali Ümit Geckil, Özgür Cayci, Cihangir Özcan

 

791 Clinical validation of the COMMODITY12 tele-health system for continuous monitoring and improved management of diabetes – a trial in DM2 patients

Przemyslaw Kardas, Krzysztof Lewandowski, Maciej Mazurkiewicz

 

823 DIABETES AND FASTING IN RAMADAN

Adem Ozkara , Ilknur Yasar, Turgay Albayrak, Ihsan Ates, Cemal Emre Kartal, Ismail Kasim,

Irfan Sencan, Rabia Kahveci

 

Auditorium 4

Portuguese Track

Reformas dos Cuidados de Saúde Primários – o que nos aproxima e o que nos distingue

Chairs: Regina Sequeira Carlos, ARS Lisboa e Vale do Tejo

Luiz Filipe Pinto, Departamento de Medicina Familiar da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

 

Reforma dos Cuidados de Saúde Primários na Região de Lisboa e Vale do Tejo

Luís Pisco – Vice-presidente da Administração Regional de Saúde de Lisboa e Vale do Tejo

 

Reforma da atenção primária em saúde na cidade do Rio de Janeiro

Daniel Soranz – Subsecretário de atenção primária, vigilância e promoção da saúde da Secretaria Municipal de Saúde do Rio de Janeiro

 

Reforma da atenção primária na Galiza

Maria Nieves Dominguez – Gerência do Serviço Galego de Saúde

 

Room S1.12

Workshop

PRIMARY HEALTH CARE TRAINING ABOUT FAMILY AND GENDER VIOLENCE

Lodewijk Pas – Belgium. HAGIT Dascal Weichendler – Department of Family Medicine, Clalit Health Services, Haifa and West Galillee District & Rappaport School of Medicine, Technion, Israel. Mª Carmen Fernandez-Alonso – Gerencia Regional de Salud Castilla y Leon, Spain. Mateja Bulc, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia; Omneya Ezzat – University Caïro, Egypt. Raquel Gomez Bravo – SemFYC, Spain. Nena Gucek – (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. SARA BELINCHON - SAR Ciempozuelos, Madrid, Spain. Tanja Pekez-Pavlisko

 

Room S1.13

Workshop

Starting a National Establishing GP Network: The Vasco da Gama Movement Recipe

Ronen Brand – Clalit Health Services, Israel. Christopher Patrick Reichel – Austrian Association of Young GPs, Vienna, Austria. Raquel Gomez Bravo – Spain. Renata Pavlov – Family Medicine Practice, Zagreb, Croatia. Peter Sloane – The Irish College of General Practitioners, Lincoln Place, Dublin, Ireland

 

Pavilion 5 Room A

Oral Presentation

Practice

Chair - Antonios Karotsis

Chair - Alexandra Fernandes

 

177 Use of the measure your medical outcome profile (MYMOP2) outcomes measures to evaluate acupuncture treatment

Federico Isaac Garcia

 

258 Facing your challenges in teaching and how Humanities could help

Pablo G. Blasco, Graziela Moreto, Linda Miller, Maria Auxiliadore C de Benedetto

Mariluz Gonzalez-Blasco

 

347 The Danger of Performance Enhancing Substances

Madalena Rocha

 

372 EFFECT IN ASSISTENCIAL WORK OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS ACC/AHA 2013 IN COMPARISON WITH THE ATP-III

Salvador Lou, Esther Andrés, Jose Antonio Ibañez-Perez de Viñaspre, Joan Lopez, Jose Antonio Ibañez

 

443 Genograms in a Family Health Unit – old tool with new uses

Alexandra Colaço

 

445 The history of illness, written and reread by three authors: reflective learning for the trainee, the patient and the doctor

Maria Milano, Marco Martinetti, Lorenza Garrino, Maria Stella Padula

 

Pavilion 5 Room B

Oral Presentation

Research – Mental Health

Chair - Amanda Howe

Chair - Manuel Rodrigues Pereira

 

163 Is physical exercise an effective antidepressant in late life? Results from the SEEDS study

Carlo Spezia, Fabrizio Asioli, Francesca Neviani, Martino Belvederi Murri, Luigi Bagnoli, Giulio Toni

Donato Zocchi, Klea Bertakis, Stamatula Zanetidou

 

309 Complementary-Alternative Methods and Cognitive Behavioral Therapies in the Management of Sleep Disorders

Kenan Tastan, Memet Isik, Rabiya Sebnem Yakisan, Ummu Zeynep Avsar, Turan Set

 

328 The validation of a screening instrument for personality disorders in the elderly in general practice: The Gerontological Personality disorder Scale

Krystle Penders, Bas van Alphen, Inge Duimel-Peeters, Job Metsemakers

 

344 Season of Birth and Risk for Schizophrenia in the Azorean Population

Christopher P. Morley, Carlos N. Pato, Michele T. Pato

 

378 Development of direct observe treatment short course (DOTS) program in Schizophrenia treatment at Don Mod Daeng Hospital, Ubon Ratchathani province

Nattika Vannakaew

 

416 PSYCHOSOCIAL PROBLEMS IN THE IMMIGRANT POPULATION AND ITS RELATION TO SOCIODEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS

Juan María Rodríguez Martínez, Jose Luis Rodríguez Navarro, Felix Del Ojo Garcia

Ana María de los Ríos Álvarez

 

Pavilion 5 Room C

Oral Presentation

Research – Information Technology

Chair - Bohumil Seifert

Chair - Tiago Maricoto

 

1032 e-ppokrates: Online Medical Professionalism

Luís Pinho Costa, Hélder Sousa

 

1121 Remote Patient Health Condition Monitoring for Clinical Research

Piotr Brodka, Przemyslaw Kazienko, Anna Andreasson, Kazimierz Fraczkowski, Andrzej Misiaszek,

Stanislaw Saganowski, Lei Zhao, Vasa Curcin, Theodoros Arvanitis, Brendan Delaney, Radoslaw Michalski

 

1329 GP@Home, development and implementation of a website and app with guideline based patient information

Ton Drenthen, Rob Dijkstra

 

1349 Multicriteria Decision Support Tool to Allocate Human Resources in Primary Health Care Programmes

Joana Sousa, Mónica Oliveira, Ângelo Abel, Susana RelvasScientific Programme

 

1559 TRANSFoRm: Assessing the potential of eHealth to transform patient recruitment and follow-up in primary care studies

Nikolaos Mastellos), Anna Andreasson Vasa Curcin, Robert Verheij, Karin Hek Josip Car, Brendan Delaney

 

1805 The use of information technology and video recording would be accepted in an underserved population in the city of São Paulo?

Isabella Belo Ferreira, ALDO CIANCIO, SAMUEL MESSIAS SOARES FILHO, MONIQUE MARIE

MARTHE BOURGET

 

Room S1.02

Workshop

Do we have a local medical heritage to defend against globalization?

Daniel Widmer – Switzerland. Patrick Ouvrard, Angers & Paris – France. Ilario Rossi – University Lausanne, Switzerland. Lilli Herzig – Institut Universitaire de médecine générale, Lausanne, Switzerland

 

Room S1.03

Workshop

Patient-centred care with teamwork, Case Potku-project (Potilas Kuskin Paikalle-Putting the Patient on Driver’s Seat)

Risto Kuronen – Primary Health Care Unit of Päijät-Häme, Finland. Liisa Länsipuro – City of Tampere, Finland. Jukka Karjalainen – City of Tampere, Finland. Raimo Rintala – Primary Health Care District, Kauhava, Finland

 

Room S1.04

Workshop

If telemedicine is the answer to rural health, what are the questions?

Zalika Klemenc Ketis, Slovenia. John Wynn Jones, UK. Tanja Pekez Pavlisko, Croatia. Janko Kersnik, Slovenia

 

Room S1.06

Workshop

Audit of substance user personal experience of overdose, and need for resucitation skills education

John Aidan Horan – Ireland. Conor Deasy – Cork University Hospital, Ireland. Kieran Henry – HSE South Ambulance Service, Cork, Ireland. Declan O’Brien – Arbour House Addiction Clinic, Ireland. Donal Coffey – Simon Community, Ireland

 

Room S1.07

Workshop

How to teach flexibility in general practice

Marco Schetgen ULB Brussel, Belgium

 

Room S1.08

Workshop

Primary Care teams and General Practice: The role of the Practice Assistant

Anna Stavdal – University of Oslo/ Bolteløkka legesenter, Norway.Nena Gucek – University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Diederik Aarendonk – EFPC, Netherlands

 

Room S1.09

Workshop

Spirometry in the General Practice Setting

Jim Reid – New Zealand. Miguel Roman-Rodriguez – Spain. Svein Hoegh Henrichsen – Norway. Jaime Correia de Sousa – Portugal. Ioanna Tsiligianni – Greece

 

Pavilion 3 Room B

Oral Presentation

Research – Oncology

Chair - Susana Medeiros

 

524 Patient empowerment in cross-sectoral cancer care? Perceived potentials and expressed concerns regarding a “personal electronic health record”

Ines Baudendistel, Joachim Szecsenyi, Eva Winkler, Oliver Heinze, Dominik Ose

 

562 Predicting the survival time in terminally ill cancer patients with hyperbilirubinemia

Dong jin Woo, Jong-Sung Kim, Sung Soo Kim, Jin-Gyu Jung, Seok-Joon Yoon

 

678 Determinants of rare cancer in primary care

Charles Helsper, Mattijs E Numans, Job Metsemakers, Theo Verheij, Niek de Wit

 

681 Earlier identification of rare cancer in primary care, does the patient benefit?

Charles Helsper, Joost Vermue, Niek de Wit

 

737 Rethinking self-management support in patients with colorectal cancer? Qualitative analysis of patient strategies to manage their intersectoral care

Dominik Ose, Ines Baudendistel, Eva Winkler, Felicitas Eckrich, Oliver Heinze, Joachim Szecsenyi

 

900 Oral cancer: population risk perception and knowledge

Rita Nair Diaz, Inês Diaz, Alberto Santos, Carlos Macor

 

Pavilion 3 Room C

Oral Presentation

Research – Primary Health Care

Chair - Reinhold Glehr

Chair - Christos Lionis

 

194 “Official user moderation fees” and the number of medical visits: is there a relation?

Alda Linhares, Ana Vaz Ferreira, Carolina Pereira, Ana Viegas, José Mendes

 

343 Human resources for health in Uganda: A newspaper content analysis

Silvia Wojczewski, Kathryn Hoffmann, Silvia Natukunda, Merlin Willcox, Ruth Kutalek

 

502 Local citizens’ forums on primary health care utilization and the future of primary health care – experiences and results

Wolfram J. Herrmann, Alexander Haarmann

 

762 Minor Surgery in Spain: Perception of Primary Health Care Physicians

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

Rivas, TAMÁRA JURJO LÓPEZ, MIRIAM ZAMBRANA SEGALÉS, David Miranda Gallardo

 

907 50 years of experience in Reforming Primary Healthcare in Portugal

Luís Velez Lapão

 

1097 Potential supplier-induced demand by enforced control visits to specialists

Wolfram J. Herrmann, Alexander Haarmann, Uwe Flick, Anders Bærheim, Thomas Lichte, Markus Herrmann

 

10.30 – 11.00

Auditorium

Keynote Lecture

Making patients better

Margaret McCartney

GP in Glasgow

Author of “The Patient Paradox, why sexed up medicine is bad for your health”

Chairs: Anna Stavdal; Jorge Brandão

 

11.00 – 12.30

Auditorium

Qualicopc symposium

In international comparison of general practice in Europe, Australia, Canada and New Zealand

Chair: Luís Pisco, ARS LVT, Portugal

Variation of general practice in Europe, Australia, Canada and New Zealand

Authors: Schäfer WLA* 1, Groenewegen PP 1, Schellevis FG 1, Heinemann S 2, GreβS 2, Boerma WGW 1

1NIVEL, the Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research, Utrecht, the Netherlands

2 Hochschule Fulda, University of Applied Sciences, Germany

*Presenting author: Schäfer WLA

 

The use of basic ICT in primary care. Comparison among QUALICOPC countries

Authors: De Rosis S *1, Seghieri C 1

1Laboratorio Management e Sanità, Istituto di Management, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa, Italy

*Presenting author: De Rosis, S

 

How does the structure of Primary care systems influence their responsiveness? 34 country performances in comparison

Authors: Murante AM*1, Seghieri C 1, Vainieri M 1, Schäfer WLA2

1Laboratorio Management e Sanità, Istituto di Management, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa, Italy

2NIVEL, the Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research, Utrecht, the Netherlands

*Presenting author: Murante A.M.

 

Portuguese Primary Care. The QUALICOPC results

Bruno Heleno1*, Luís Pisco1, Isabel Santos1, Ana Cebolais1

1Department of Family Medicine, NOVA Medical School, Lisbon

*Presenting author: Bruno Heleno

 

Auditorium 2

WONCA PARTY ON ETHICS ON PRIMARY CARE

Challenges to our professional attitudes – use and misuse of remuneration systems and financial incentives for doctors

Chairs: Manfred Maier, MD; Medical University of Vienna, Austria

Jaime Correia de Sousa, MD, PhD; University of Minho, Portugal

 

Dutch Health Care System and financing of GPs (capitation)

 Cor Spreeuwenberg, Netherlands

 

Fee for service – Use and Misuse

Carl Steylaerts, Belgium

 

Under the table payments

Imre Rurik, Hungary

 

Mixed reimbursement system and misuse

Erwin Rebhandl, Austria

 

Risks and conflicts of performance indicators and pay-for-performancE

Jaime Correia de Sousa, Portugal

 

Auditorium3

Oral Presentation

Quality

Chair - Cristina Serra

 

36 The importance of knowledge of the territory in planning oral health practices

Paula Nogueira, Luiza de Marilac Resende

 

511 A simplified questionnaire to assess the safety culture among GPs

Jean BRAMI, Bruno BALLY, Laetitia MAY-MICHELANGELI

 

556 Development and field testing of handheld pregnancy notes that incorporate check-lists to improve quality and safety of healthcare in Reunion island

Graham DONLON, FRANCO FRANCO

 

557 IMPLEMENTATION OF A TELECONSULTATION PROGRAM ONLINE BETWEEN PRIMARY CARE AND SPECIALIZED CARE

Mercè Sallent, Marta Albiol, Ester Chirveches, Serra Catalina , Martí Jordi

 

570 GP Referrals to Orthopaedics

Soek Mui, Karen Au-Yeung, Levent Bayam Jonathan Gregory

 

1573 Workplace violence in a Greek tertiary hospital

Eleftheria Fafliora, Vasileios Bampalis, Nikolaos X. Razis, Chara Sambazioti, Dimitrios Lianas, Georgios

Zarlas Ioannis Lentzas, Georgios Mantzouranis

 

Auditorium 4

Portuguese Track

As organizações profissionais e o futuro

Chairs: João Sequeira Carlos, Presidente da APMGF

Núlvio Lerman Júnior, Presidente da SBMFC

 

Investigação e o impacto das publicações

Paula Broeiro, Diretora da Revista Portuguesa de Medicina Geral e Familiar

 

Novas perspetivas para a formação médica no Brasil

Giuluano Dimarzio, Presidente da Associação Paulista de MFC

 

Room S1.12

Workshop

Patient safety culture interventions in general practice

Natasha Verbakel – Julius Center, University Medical Center Utrecht, Netherlands; Dorien Zwart – Julius Center,

University Medical Center Utrecht, Netherlands

 

Room S1.13

Workshop

Infant pain assessment: A guide for the family physician

Nuno Ferreira – Serviço de Pediatria do CHTS – Portugal; Ana Isabel Penas – USF Baltar – Portugal

 

Pavilion 5 Room A

Oral Presentation

Practice

Chair - Carlos Eduardo Aguilera Campos

 

446 The narrative and the co-construction of the history of illness in the care process: a learning experience in General Practice

Marco Martinetti, Maria Milano, Lorenza Garrino, Maria Stella Padula

 

447 Right to health of the invisible populations: clinical and care profile of illegal migrants in general practice

Giovanni Colucci, Fabio Robusto, Marta Valerio, Antonio D’ettorre , Vito Lepore

 

459 Evaluation of the holistic family medicine services in Kamcha-i area, Mukdaharn province, Thailand

Anuwat Kaewchiangwang, Pattapong Kessomboon

 

513 New challenging routes for general practitioners: heading to patient´s home. Sharing our experience on planned home visits programme

Daniela Florentina Pruteanu, Noelia Pastor Gradoli

 

517 Medically unexplained symptoms: the first evidence-based guideline on a common problem in general practice

Helen Woutersen-Koch,Jako Burgers

 

537 Helpline between ambulatory medicine and hospital experts: efficient patient pathway avoiding the Emergency Department flux management bottleneck

Dominique Le Moult

 

Pavilion 5 Room B

Oral Presentation

Case Report

Chair - Sara Belinchon

 

165 HumanizaSUS: Institutional support to Cariacica`s Public Health, Brazil

Ana Rosa Murad Szpilman, Geane Uliana Miranda, Ana Cristina Vieira Segatto Lubiana, Maria Elizabeth

Barros de Barros, Rafael da Silveira Gomes

 

174 Onset of fever while traveling..

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

 

176 Febrile seizure - now what?

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

 

180 Anamnesis, anamnesis, anamnesis. Only a pulmonary TB?

Gemma Rovira Marcelino, BEATRIZ JIMENEZ, Jordi Joseph, Diana Fernandez, David Bottaro Parra

 

1333 Atypical parkinsonism in Primary Care – a case report

Isabel Schulze, Marta Loureiro

 

1732 Myotonic Dystrophy – Easy to Diagnose, Easy to Miss

Joana Correia, Patrícia Correia

 

Pavilion 5 Room C

Oral Presentation

Research – Cardiovascular

Chair - Marco André Oliveira

 

251 Serum hs-CRP and Triglyceride Levels in patients with low and intermediate cardiovascular risk and their relation with gender

Nurver Turfaner Sipahioğlu, Fikret Sipahioğlu, Hakan Ekmekçi, Sait Toprak , Huseyin Sonmez

 

340 CARDIOVASCULAR RISK STRATIFICATION. COMPARISON BETWEEN REGICOR AND POOLED COHORT EQUATIONS OF ACC/AHA 2013

Esther Andrés, Joan Lopez, Jose Antonio Ibañez-Perez de Viñaspre, Rafael Cid, Salvador Lou

 

341 CARDIOVASCULAR RISK STRATIFICATION. COMPARISON BETWEEN FRAMINGHAM RISK FUNTION AND POOLED COHORT EQUATIONS OF ACC/AHA 2013

Esther Andrés, Jose Antonio Ibañez-Perez de Viñaspre, Joan Lopez, Rafael Cid, Salvador Lou

 

342 NOTE ON PRIMARY PREVENTION OF CARDIOVASCULAR STATIN. COMPARISON BETWEEN EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN GUIDES

Joan Lopez, Rafael Cid, Jose Antonio Ibañez-Perez de Viñaspre, Esther Andrés, Salvador Lou

 

353 Patient delay in patients suspected of TIA

Faas Dolmans, Marie-Louise Bartelink, LJ Kappelle, Frans H. Rutten, Arno Hoes

 

569 SOME EPIDEMIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF ELEVATED BLOOD PRESSURE AS AN ESTIMATE FOR HYPERTENSION AND PATIENT COMPLIANCE TO ANTI-HYPERTENSIVE TREATMENT IN AYDIN

OKAY BAŞAK, NUR ŞEYDA ŞAHİN

 

Room S1.02

Workshop

COPD: Early detection and management of stable disease and exacerbations

Jim Reid – New Zealand. Miguel Roman-Rodriguez – Spain. Svein Hoegh Henrichsen – Norway. Jaime Correia de Sousa – Portugal. Ioanna Tsiligianni – Greece

 

Room S1.03

Workshop

Collaborative studies with EGPRN how could you do it using the FPDM (Family practice depression and Multimorbidity) study as a framework?

Jean Yves le Reste – Lanmeur, France. Patrice Nabbe – Plouneour Trez, France. Slawomir Czachowski – Torun University, Poland. Djurdjica Lazic – Zagreb University, Croatia. FPDM working group EGPRN – Europe

 

Room S1.04

Workshop

Childhood Eye Examination in Primary Care

Sandra Serrão – USF da Sobreda, Portugal. Sofia Figueira – USF S. Julião, Portugal. Cátia Cerqueira – USF Cova da Piedade, Portugal. Ana Nunes Barata – USF Amora Saudável, Portugal

 

Room S1.06

Workshop

Primary care for migrants in times of crisis. Workshop by the WONCA SIG on migrant care, international health and travel medicine

Maria van den Muijsenbergh – Radboud University Medical Center, Department, Netherlans. Christos Lionis – Wonca Working Party on Research, University of Crete, Greece. Marwa Ahmed – London, UK. Adem Ozkara – Hitit University Medical Faculty, Turkey. Patrick O’Donnell – Graduate Entry Medical School, University of Limerick, Ireland. Chris Dowrick – Professor of Primary Medical Care University of Liverpool, UK. Suzanne Gagnon – Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine Department, Université Laval, Québec, Canada. Sylvia Mennink – GP practice Working party Dutch GP and International Health, Netherlands. O Oggu – GP Atlanta. Guus Busser – GP Vocational training Nijmegen, Netherlands. Eldine Oosterberg – GP den Bosch, Dutch College of General Practitioners NHG, Utrecht; Netherlands

 

Room S1.07

Workshop

Workshop on rational referral of patients with Cardiovascular Disease/problems to secondary care

Carolina Resende – Lisboa, Portugal. Carlos Canhota – USF S. Julião, Oeiras, Portugal. Maria Helena Febra – USF S. Julião, Oeiras, Portugal. Helena Oliveira – SAMS, Lisboa, Portugal. Paula Nunes Oliveira – USF. S. Julião, Portugal. Teresa Libório – Portugal

 

Room S1.08

Workshop

Appraising expert teachers in Europe

Adam Windak – Poland. Justin Allen – EURACT. Zalika Klemenc-Ketis – Slovenia. Søren Olsson – Denmark.

Katarzyna Dubas – Jagiellonian University Medical College, Poland.

 

Room S1.09

Workshop

10 years of Vasco da Gama Movement – Where do we come from and where will we go? The VdGM general meeting

Charilaos (Harris) Lygidakis – VdGM. Tobias Freund – Germany. Martin Sattler – Luxembourg. Persijn Honkoop – Netherlands. Sara Rigon – New Zealand. Raluca Zoitanu – Romania. Raquel Gomez Bravo – SemFYC; Spain. Zuzana Švadlenkov – Czech Republic. Catarina Matias – Centro de Saúde de Eiras, Portugal

 

Pavilion 3 Room B

Oral Presentation

Research – Obesity

Chair - Cecília Shinn

 

95 CLINICAL EFFECTIVENESS OF GROUP EDUCATION WITH INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING IN OBESE WOMEN

Yasemin Cayir, Zekeriya Akturk

 

97 Effectiveness of pedometer to increase physical activity among obese women

Yasemin Cayir, Secil Menekse Aslan, Zekeriya Akturk

 

133 Brittle nails and hypothyroidism: myth or reality?

Frances Pierre, RICARD LEILA, THIBERT JEAN-BAPTISTE

 

240 METABOLIC DISEASES AND EARLY WEIGHT GAIN

Imre RURIK

 

303 PREVALENCE OF SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION AND ITS ASSOCIATED FACTORS, AMONG OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE WOMEN ATTENDING A PRIMARY CARE CLINIC, MALAYSIA

Imran Ahmad, Artini Abidin, Shaiful Bahari Ismail

 

1470 COMPARISON OF BODY COMPOSITIONS BETWEEN OBESE AND NON-OBESE INDIVIDUALS BY USING THE TANITA METHOD

RUHUSEN KUTLU

 

Pavilion 3 Room C

Oral Presentation

Research – Tobacco, alcohol and drugs

Chair - Philippe Guillou

Chair - Marina Pires

 

507 Management of alcohol and illicit drug misuse by primary care teams in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Leonardo Graever, Letícia de Oliveira Cardoso

 

535 Examining Adolescents Risk Perception and Behavior in Regards to Alcohol Consumption in Bogotá Colombia in light of The Social Learning Theory

Elena Trujillo, Daniel Suarez, Alicia Londono, Mariana Lema

 

563 Development of a new tool for identifying alcohol use disorder in Korean women drinkers using previous questionnaires

Yu-Ri Seo, Jong-Sung Kim, Sung-Soo Kim, Jin-Gyu Jung, Seok-Joon Yoon

 

639 The cutoff value of CDT and GGT in heavy drinking Korean men aged 65 years and older

Kwangmi Youn, Jong-Sung Kim, Sung-Su Kim, Jin-Gyu Jung, Seok-Joon Yoon

 

719 Comparison of psychological health of smokers and never smoker people

Sylwia Kalucka

 

897 Relationship between Alcohol Consumption and Obesity according to Facial Flushing in Korean Males

Won Yoon Suh, Sung Soo Kim, Jong Sung Kim, Jin Gyu Jung, Seok Joon Yoon

 

14.30 – 15.00

Auditorium

Keynote Lecture

Innovation in GP/FM and primary care

Michael Kidd

Family doctor. President of the World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA)

Chairs: Andrée Rochfort; Alexandre Gouveia

 

15.00 – 16.30

Auditorium

WONCA ENVIRONMENTAL WORKING PARTY

“DOCUMEDUCATION” - teaching and learning family medicine with documentary films

Chair: Grant Blashki, Institute for Global Health, The University of Melbourne,

Melbourne School of Population

Participants: Sylviane Gindrat – Bern; Bruno Kissling – Bern; Elisabeth Bandi-Ott – Institute of Family Medicine, University of Zürich; Thomas Bischoff – Institute of Family Medicine, University of Lausanne; Pablo G. Blasco - SOBRAMFA Medical Education & Humanism; Zalika Klemenc-Ketiš – Department of Family Medicine, University of Maribor; Gabriela Rohrer – Bern

 

Auditorium 2

WONCA Europe – Open meeting

 

  • WONCA Europe Future Plan
  • EJGP
  • Update Anniversary Project
  • Developments Vasco da Gama in relation to world activities of young doctor movements

 

 

Auditorium 3

Oral Presentation

Research – Women’s Health

Chair - Luiz Miguel Santiago

Chair - Paula Vainiomaki

 

824 The opinions, attitudes and behaviors of the healthcare professionals about population and family planning

Adem Bahadır, Ömer Akca, İskender Bülbül, Turgay Albayrak, Gizem Çolakoğlu, Tarık Eren Yılmaz

Irfan Sencan, Ismail Kasim, Rabia Kahveci, Adem Ozkara

 

861 The Opinions, Attitudes and Behaviours of Social Media Users in Turkey about Population and Family Planning

Adem Ozkara, Adem BAHADIR, Gizem Çolakoğlu, İskender Bülbül, Omer Akca , Turgay Albayrak

Tarık Eren Yılmaz, Irfan Sencan, Ismail Kasim, Rabia Kahveci

 

954 Validity of bioelectric impedance analysis-derived resting metabolic rate in Korean women

Sung Soo Kim, Seok-Joon Yoon

 

1033 Pregnancy follow-up in Primary Health Care: what are the clinical outcomes?

Marco André Oliveira, Liliana da Silva Correia, Ângela Pinho, Dora Alves

 

1199 Trusted Sources of Health Information and Health Related Concerns Important to Women

Sandra Argenio, Sally-Ann Pantin, Casey Dluhos-Sebesto

 

1331 Female breast cancer mortality trends in Brazilian states, 2000-2011

Lucas Zago Ribeiro, Otaliba Libânio de Morais Neto, Caio Ferro Botacin, Luiz Arthur Franco Beniz

Fernando Rezek Rodrigues, Lucas Zaiden Cardoso de Lima, Bárbara Neiva Barros , Adileu Storti Junior

Gustavo Amorim

 

1405 What do women know about the Pap screening program?

Cláudia Basto, Ângela Santos Neves, Inês Olivença, Miguel Cancela, Bruno Reis

 

Auditorium 4

Portuguese Track

A formação de jovens médicos de família

Chair: Ana Maria Pisco, Médica de Família, Diretora de Internato

 

Uma visão de futuro na formação de médicos de familia em Portugal

Rui Nogueira – Médico de Família, Coordenador do Internato de MGF Região Centro

 

Uma visão de futuro na formação de médicos de familia no Brasil

Carlos Eduardo Aguilera Campos – Universidade do Rio de Janeiro

 

Room S1.12

Workshop

ETHICAL DILEMMAS IN GENERAL PRACTICE / FM - A WORKSHOP

Manfred Maier – Med. Univ. Vienna, Austria

 

Room S1.13

Workshop

Balint workshop

Manuel Sousa – USF Espinho, Portugal. Jorge Brandão – Amadora, Portugal. Ana Margarida Cruz – Portugal

 

Pavilion 5 Room A

Oral Presentation

Quality

Chair - Salomé Sousa Coutinho

 

139 Pharmacovigilance in family medicine; retrieval system in practice and case reports 2013/2014

Marc Jamoulle, Djamila Chibani

 

277 Empathy erosion in medical students: results from a Brazilian research

Graziela Moreto, Pablo G. Blasco

 

591 Perspectives About Spirometry and Knowledge of Spirometric Diagnostic Criteria Among Primary Care Physicians

Anthony D’Urzo, Prateek Sehgal

 

599 Acute respiratory infection and winter antibiotic prescription in general practice since 2006 in France

Anne Mosnier, Jean-Louis Bensoussan, Jean-Claude Soulary, Isabelle Daviaud

Jean Marie Cohen

 

754 COMPARISON OF TURKEY AND EU COUNTRIES ACCORDING TO BASIC HEALTH INDICATORS

Nurver Turfaner Sipahioğlu, Serdar Selçuk Köksal, Eray Yurtsever

 

815 Communication skills practised by newly-graduated doctors, nurses, pharmacists and dentists working in Duhok, Kurdistan Region of Iraq. An assessment

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

Ary Habeeb, Nezar Ismet

 

Pavilion 5 Room B

Oral Presentation

Case Report

Chair - Susana Corte-Real

 

316 Tuberculosis contact study: An unexpected finding

BEATRIZ JIMENEZ, Gemma Rovira Marcelino, Diana Fernandez, Jordi Joseph, Gaston Ezequiel Vazquez

 

317 A different presentation of infectious mononucleosis in a child – the role of the family physician

Pedro Sousa

 

345 Black henna tattoo – case report of allergic contact dermatitis

Madalena Rocha, Rute Maia, Teresa Pinto Almeida

 

464 Anal melanoma, regarding a case

Giovanna Lovatón Villena, ANA GUARIDO MARAVER, Xavier Bayona Huget, Miguel Angel Pozo Montolio

 

588 OH NO, BACKPAIN AGAIN?

Marta Pessoa, Carla Sérgio

 

761 MOREL-LAVALLÉE SEROMA IN A MINOR SURGERY UNIT

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

TAMÁRA JURJO LÓPEZ, MIRIAM ZAMBRANA SEGALÉS, DIEGO GONZÁLEZ CHAVERO

 

Pavilion 5 Room C

Oral Presentation

Research – Quality

Chair - Jenny Alexandre Duarte

 

495 Medical Adverse Event Analysis in Primary Care: comparative use of Makeham vs Tempos frameworks by GPs

Jean Brami, René AMALBERTI

 

605 Dealing with work-related stress: the point of view of the general practitioners

Cyril BEGUE, Jean-François HUEZ, Natacha Fouquet, Julie Bodin, Aline Ramond

Céline Bouton, Yves Roquelaure

 

750 The PREALT programme: optimization of quality healthcare. Retrospective study

Elena Algarate, Ines Arancibia, Trinidad Izquierdo, Sandra Pineda, Concepción Bistuer

 

1337 Burn-out and Job Satisfaction among Turkish Family Physicians

Fatma Goksin Cihan, Canan Baydemir, Püren Ecevit

1659 Job Satisfaction of Family Doctors in Portuguese Health Centres

André Biscaia

 

Room S1.02

Workshop

Vasco da Gama Movement Exchange Workshop: Hippokrates and other VdGM and Global exchange Programmes

Sara Rigon – The Doctors, Hastings, UK. Ana Nunes Barata – USF Amora Saudável, Portugal. Anna Pawelec – Vasco da Gama Movement, Krakov, Poland. Ignacio Borque Roda – Centro de salud Torito, Madrid, Spain. Rosa Avino – Italy. Juan María Rodríguez Martínez – Centro de Salud Cartuja Granada Andalucía, Spain. Karina Heleniak – Vasco da Gama Movement, Rouen, France. Enrique Alvarez Porta – Es Coll d’en Rabassa Health Center, Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Ronen Brand – Clalit Health Services, Israel. Peter Sloane – The Irish College of General Practitioners, Dublin, Ireland. Raquel Gomez Bravo – SemFYC, Spain. Per Kallestrup – University of Aarhus, Denmark.

 

Room S1.03

Workshop

Evidence based medicine teaching, making it fun

Charles Helsper – UMC Utrecht, Netherlands. Marlous Kortekaas – UMC Utrecht, Netherlands. Marie-Louise Bartelink – UMC Utrecht, Netherlands. Roger A.M.J. Damoiseaux – Department of General Practice, Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care, University Medical Center Utrecht, Netherlands

 

Room S1.04

Workshop

Implementing the learning health care system

Robert Verheij – NIVEL, Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research, Netherlands. Di-Janne Barten – NIVEL, Netherlands. Karin Hek – NIVEL, Netherlands. Mark Nielen – NIVEL, Netherlands. Marijn Prins – NIVEL, Netherlands. Marieke Zwaanswijk – NIVEL, Netherlands. Dinny de Bakker – NIVEL, Netherlands

 

Room S1.06

Workshop

Developing practice-based research networks in rural Europe: the joint work between EURIPA/EGPRN.

Christos Lionis – Wonca Working Party on Research, University of Crete, Greece. Nicola Buono – Italy. Jean-Pierre JACQUET – France. Zalika Klemenc-Ketiš – Department of Family Medicine, Medical School, University of Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia. Donata Kurpas – Family Medicine Department, Wroclaw Medical University, Poland. Jose M Lopez-Abuin – Spain. Ferdinando Petrazzuoli – Ruviano (CE), Italy. Jean Karl Soler – Specialist in Family Medicine and Occupational Medicine

 

Room S1.07

Workshop

League of Health Education: the Extension an Popular Education experience in medical education

Mayara Floss – Brazil. Roberto Conter Tavares – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Bazil. Clarissa Resende Côrrea – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Brazil. Arnildo Dutra de Miranda Júnior – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Brazil.

 

Room S1.08

Workshop

The Practical Application of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in GP Clinical Practice

Enda Murphy – Asst, Programme Director, Specialist GP training Scheme, Health Service Executive, Ireland.

 

Room S1.09

Workshop

CVD prevention with focus on physical activity in general practice in Europe: a EUROPREV workshop

Thomas Ernst Dorner – Centre for Public Health, Medical University Vienna, Austria. Ton Drenthen – Prevention and Patient Education, Dutch College of GPs, Utrecht, Netherlands. Dominique Durrer – Prevention and Patient Education, Society of Swiss Family physicians, Vevey, Switzerland. Mateja Bulc – Prevention Society of Slovene family physicians, Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

Pavilion 3 Room B

Oral Presentation

Research – Family Medicine

Chair - Rui Cortes

Chair - Jan Coles

 

242 Optimising Professional Life: A grounded theory of doctors’ careers

Lesley Piko

 

264 Too much medicine and too little care in Croatian General Practice

Mladenka Vrcic Keglevic, Gordana Prljevic, Vlatka Topolovec Nizetic, Diana Konstanjsek, Josip Buljan

 

390 Research on Balint groups: a literature review

Kaatje Van Roy, Stijn Vanheule

 

851 From management to patient value in primary care: Driving innovation while caring for the patient

Sílvia Machaqueiro, Luís Velez Lapão

 

1238 The GP Choice Pilot. Evaluation of a pilot removing geographic boundaries for general practice services in the English National Health Service

Michael Wright, Nicholas Mays, Bob Erens, Elizabeth Eastmure, Mylene Lagarde, Stefanie Tan

 

1455 The Patient and Family experience during the clinical decision-making process of moving into continuous care: challenges and opportunities for primary

Luís Velez Lapão, Filipa Joaquim

 

Pavilion 3 Room C

Oral Presentation

Research – Others

Chair - Jaime Correia de Sousa

 

135 Is it interesting for a GP to search clubbing? Can we find a link between this sign and specific diseases?

Frances Pierre, ALLALI MERIEM

 

148 Who benefit from Home-care Services and how?

Muhteber COLAK, Ozden GOKDEMIR-YAZAR, Seval Yaprak , Mehtap Kartal

 

158 Happiness in a group of primary care patients: A study from Turkey

Alis OZCAKIR, Fatma OFLU DOGAN, Yakup Tolga CAKIR

 

329 Experiences of LGBT Persons on Utilizing Health Care Services

Selin Bozdağ, Demet Çelikkaya, Dilek GULDAL

 

1492 How to improve general practitioners knowledge of otolaryngology diseases

Inês Olivença, Cláudia Basto, João Carlos Ribeiro, Isabel Espirito Santo, Ana Mateus

 

1555 Patients… Not patients…

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

 

16.45 – 18.15

Auditorium

Health inequalities related to socio-economic status: how primary care may reduce them

Chair: Tina Eriksson, Family Physician; Andrée Rochfort, MICGP

Director of Quality improvement Irish College of General Practitioners, Dublin 2

 

Equity of primary care: the gap between the perception of the Equip delegates and the objective

measure given by the QUALICOP study

Dorothée Rambaud, Sara Willems

 

The patient social status: what informations do we need to register systematically in the medical

records, and what for? The French College guidelines

Hector Falcoff

 

What are the consequences of the economic crisis on the equity of primary care in Spain and in Portugal?

Sergio Minué, Alexandre Gouveia

 

Training on equity in primary care

Piet Vanden

 

Auditorium 2

Oral presentation

Research – Practice Organization

Chair - Carolina Resende

 

284 Trends of ambulatory care sensitive conditions at emergency service in Croatia from 1995 to 2012

Diana Kostanjsek, Karmela Bonassin, Orsat John

 

514 The meaning of responsiveness in primary care: staff and patient perspectives

Emma Angell, Carolyn Tarrant, Richard Baker, Mary Boulton, George Freeman

 

565 Factors associated with variation in urgency of primary out-of-hours contacts

Marieke Zwaanswijk, Robert Verheij

 

748 Chronic Disease Management – the Patients’ Perspective

Karen Browne, Danielle Divilly, Maire McGarry, Catherine Sweeney, Maureen Kelly

 

755 The Changing Profile of Primary Health Care Patients in Singapore

Yii-Jen Lew

 

1218 Working Conditions and Exposure to Workplace Violence among Primary Health Care Staff

Fatma Goksin Cihan, Püren Ecevit

 

Auditorium 3

Oral presentation

Research – Diabetes and Metabolic Disease

Chair - Rick Botelho

Chair - Conceição Alves

 

747 The composition of the patient population influences indicators scores for the quality of diabetes care in general practice

Mark Nielen, Joke Korevaar, Irina Stirbu-Wagner, Robert Verheij

 

860 Vitamin B12 deficiency in type 2 diabetes mellitus patients using metformin

Huberta Hart, Joline Beulens, Ron Kuijs, Annette Kooijman-Buiting, Guy Rutten

 

871 The National Quality Indicators for Diabetes Management and Reflection on Practices in Primary Care

Adem Ozkara, Duygu Ayhan Baser, Rabia Kahveci, Irfan Sencan, Ismail Kasim, Hüseyin Özbay

 

904 Vitamin B12 status and its relation with depression, cognition and neuropathy in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus using metformin

Elke Biemans, Huberta Hart, Guy Rutten, Annette Kooijman-Buiting, Joline Beulens

 

1103 Self-monitoring of blood glucose in non-insulin treated type 2 diabetes – Reviewing the evidence

Helena Maia, Camila Mota Neves, Maria Cortês Ferreira, Diana Carneiro

 

Auditorium 4

Portuguese Track

Os sistemas de Saúde – A visão da nova geração de médicos de família

Chair: Susana Medeiros – Médica de Família, USF AlphaMouro, ACES Sintra

 

A visão de Angola

Carla Marina Magalhães – Clínica Nzuzi Katila, Angola

 

A visão do Brasil

Luana Laurito – Brasil

 

A visão de Portugal

Ana Barata – Interna de MGF, USF Amora Saudável – Portugal

 

Room S1.12

Workshop

Successfully introducing the concept of family medicine in countries with a healthcare system centred around primary health care centers.

Johannes Mulder – Directorate General of Health / Family Medicine program – Duhok / Kurdistan Region of Iraq,  Consultant Family Medicine/General Practitioner BC, Hattem, Netherlands. Rajab Sanaan – Directorate General of Health / Family Medicine program – Duhok / Kurdistan Region of Iraq, Consultant Family Medicine/ General Practitioner BC, Kampen, Netherlands. Ary Habeeb – Directorate General of Health / Family Medicine program – Duhok / Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Nezar Ismet – Directorate General of Health / Family Medicine program – Duhok / Kurdistan Region of Iraq

 

Room S1.13

Workshop

Are GPs immune to burnout? How can a Balint group be preventive?

Philippe GUILLOU – Université de Strasbourg, France. Marie-Frédérique BACQUÉ – Université de Strasbourg, France

 

Pavilion 5 Room A

Oral presentation

Practice

Chair - Ioanna Tsiligianni

 

619 New oral anticoagulants for nonvalvular atrial fibrillation in the elderly: limited applicability in primary care

Wim Opstelten, Maureen van den Donk, Ton Kuijpers, Jako Burgers

 

654 GP-training in northern part of Finland - Voluntary 2 year training program for gp residents

Marianne Riekki, Kati Retsu-Heikkilä

 

670 Mini-Hippokrates in Madrid: an experience to share

Maria Margarida Alves Moreira, Sónia Moreira

 

675 Medical Doctors mobility: A European Junior GP working in New Zealand

Sara Rigon

 

1287 Antibiotic therapy of respiratory tract infections in children aged 3 to 6 – theory and every day practice

Hanna Stolarska, Sylwia Berner, Michał Matyjaszczyk, Przemysław Kardas

 

1678 Clown undergraduete doctor - experiences and consequences

Gustavo Amorim, Lucas Zago Ribeiro, Lucas Zaiden Cardoso de Lima, Luiz Arthur Franco Beniz

Caio Ferro Botacin, Fernando Rezek Rodrigues

 

Pavilion 5 Room B

Oral presentation

Case Report

Chair - Nuno Jacinto

 

604 Hepatomegaly Disclosure – an Occasional Finding…

Raquel Cunha, Sandrina Costa

 

612 Chest pain of recent onset in a 74-year-old man presenting in primary care

Catalina Panaitescu, Cristian Sever Oana

 

626 Patient-centered approach for involuntary weight loss in Primary Health Care: a case report

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

 

745 When the diagnostic tests are not complementary of the diagnosis

Isabel Teixeira, Sara Vidal

 

899 Medicine based on the person or on the disease?

Catarina Fernandes, Helena Beça, Carla Mota

 

1778 Ekbom Syndrome and the Ghost Bugs

Joana Correia, Cátia Novais, Carlos Nogueira

 

Pavilion 5 Room C

Oral presentation

Research – Child Health

Chair - André Rosa Biscaia

 

391 SOCIOECONOMIC AND BEHAVIORAL FACTORS RELATED TO CHILDHOOD OBESITY AND MORBID OBESITY

Yasemin Cayir, Atilla Cayir, Zeliha Cansever, Ummu Zeynep Avsar

 

469 Nurse practitioner vs. primary care physician medical care of children with respiratory tract infections: a systematic review

Marieke P. Kappers, Alma C. van der Pol, Chris C. Butler, Frits G. Cleveringa, Roger A.M.J. Damoiseaux

 

548 Use of Internet by adolescents for topics related to medicine

Ricardo Reolid, María Flores, Mónica López, M. Candelaria Ayuso, Francisco Escobar

 

671 Particularities of prematures care in pediatrician GP’s practice.

Clinical study between 2001-2012

Valeria Herdea, Laura Comnea

 

767 Burdened children as next of kin and the general practitioner The perspective from children living with ill parents A qualitative study Burdened chi

Froydis Gullbra, Tone Smith-Sivertsen, Marit Hafting, Guri Rortveit, Norman Anderssen

 

Room S1.02

Workshop

How to Be the “Best” Doctor

Robert Bratton – Lexington Clinic

 

Room S1.03

Workshop

European Forum for Primary Care (EFPC) Workshop on implementation of preconception care in primary health care

Diederik Aarendonk – EFPC; Denhard Smit, de - MediClara. Arzu Uzuner – Marmara University. Mehmet Akman – Marmara University. Lieke de Jong-Potjer – SGZ Zoetermeer

 

Room S1.04

Workshop

How to get the best Accreditation for GP’s: Innovation is needed!

Carl Steylaerts – Belgium

 

Room S1.06

Workshop

Medical Leadership – a Competency for GPs

Sietse Wieringa – UK. Claire Thomas; Renee Weersma

 

Room S1.07

Workshop

Role model learning in medical students: Get the best out of yourself!

Pieter Barnhoorn – Department of Public Health and Primary Care, Leiden University Medical Center, Netherlands. Marleen Ottenhoff – Department of Public Health and Primary Care, Leiden University Medical Center, Netherlands

 

Room S1.08

Workshop

EQuiP – Teaching Quality and EQuiP Summer Schools

Zalika Klemenc-Ketis – Slovenia; Christina Svanholm - Zealand, DK. Ana Nunes Barata – USF Amora Saudável, Portugal

 

Room S1.09

Workshop

The Vasco Da Gama Junior Research Award

Persijn Honkoop – Netherlands. Charilaos (Harris) Lygidakis – VdGM. Tobias Freund – Germany

 

Pavilion 3 Room B

Oral presentation

Research – Drug Prescription

Chair - Sandra Fortes

Chair - Miguel Roman Rodriguez

 

223 Fighting the counterfeit medicines. Role of general practitioner (GP) in detecting potential harm in population

Miro Hanzevački, Sabine Walser, Bastiaan J Vanhuis

 

356 CYSTITIS: ANTIBIOTIC PRESCRIBING, CONSULTATION, ATTITUDES AND OPINIONS

Alike van der Velden, Mattijs Numans, Theo Verheij

 

489 STUDY TO KNOW THE INDICATION OF NEW DRUGS APPROVED PRESCRIPTION

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

 

552 ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE AND THE ONE HEALTH STRATEGY - GENERAL PRACTICE IS PART OF THE CREW

Gloria Cordoba, Tina Møller, Lisbeth Jensen, Lars Bjerrum

 

656 Allopurinol safety outcomes and urate-lowering efficacy: results from a large multicenter prospective open-label 6-month study in patients with gout

Michael Becker, David Fitz-Patrick, Hyon Choi, Nicola Dalbeth, Chris Storgard, Matt Cravets

Scott Baumgartner

 

927 Naloxegol Treatment Improves Symptoms of Opioid-Induced Constipation in Noncancer Pain Patients

Jan Tack, William D. Chey, Mark Sostek, Peter N. Barker, Lynn Webster

 

Pavilion 3 Room C

Oral presentation

Research – Epidemiology

Chair - Luis Velez Lapao

Chair - Giovanna Lovatón Villena

 

420 The Sociodemographic variables of the Chronic Ill patient and his Caregiver

Juan María Rodríguez Martínez, Felix Del Ojo Garcia, Patricia Soledad Calvo Tudela

Jose Luis Rodríguez Navarro, Ana María de los Ríos Álvarez

 

427 Is physician-assisted death performed less frequently among patients with a lower education?

Annette Berendsen, Singh Joeloemsingh, Henk Bosveld, Jan Schuling

 

757 Patients’ preferences as to the solid forms of oral medications differ across the diseases

Marta Kurczewska, Przemyslaw Kardas

 

835 First epidemiological study about healthcare associated adverse events in general practice in France, the “ESPRIT” Study

Jean BRAMI, Anne MOSNIER, Isabelle DUPIE, Philippe MICHEL, Marion KRET

 

1198 IS EXCESSIVE SALT INTAKE STILL A CHALLENGE: KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES OF A TURKISH SAMPLE

FISUN SOZEN, Altug Kut, Canan Tuz, Gokhan Eminsoy

 

1257 Study of prevalence of smoking habits in patients with depression in ACES Guimarães / Vizela / Fafe and Lands Basto

Liliana Barbosa, Sofia Vinhas, Fátima Dinis

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