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Thursday, 01 October 2009 09:42

Prevention of infectious diseases in children: role of primary and social paediatrics

 

30 September - 3 October 2009
Conference venue: Habakuk, Maribor, Slovenia

Summaries - Presentations

Below is a detailed Programme with direct access to individual presentations

 

Wednesday, 30 September 2009

18:00

Registration, Welcome session and  refreshments

Thursday, 1 October 2009

07.30-8.30

 

Registration

8.30-9.00

Opening ceremony: Children's of Maribor
Welcome: Martin Bigec, Conference Organizer 
                Nick Spencer, ESSOP President

 

 

9.00-11.00

Session 1

I. Immunisation in the modern society

Session chairmen: Ivan Eržen, Olivier Duperrex

 

Opening Lecture

9.00-9.30

Trontelj Jože

Children's rights to health, social values and immunisation.
Slovene Academy of Sciences and Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia

9.30-9.50

Čebašek Travnik Zdenka

Children's right to health care service - obstacles and perspectives

Ombudsman of the Republic of Slovenia, Ljubljana, Slovenia

9.50-10.10

Kraigher Alenka

Legislation regarding organisation of immunisation in Slovenia.
National Institute for Public Health, Ljubljana, Slovenia

10.10-10.30

Primožič Mateja

Legislative foundations regarding immunisation, legal aspects of immunisation rejection, legal basis for obligatory immunisation.
Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia, Ljubljana, Slovenia

10.30-11.00

Discussion

 

11.00-11.30

Coffee break, Poster session I, Visit exhibition

11.30-12.45

Session 2

Ia. Immunisation in the modern society - continuation

Session chairmen: Primožič Mateja, Stella Tsitoura

11.30-11.50

Tonniges Tom

Immunization Challenges: The United States Perspective.
Boys Town Institute for Child Health Improvement, Omaha, Nebraska, USA

11.50-12.10

Kukla Lubomir

System of preventive child care in the Czech Republic
Research Institute of preventive and social pediatrics

Faculty of Medicine, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

12.10-12.30

Bedford Helen

MMR vaccine: Issues around a controversy in the UK
Centre for Paediatric Epidemiology and Biostatistics, UCL Institute of Child Health, London, UK

12.30-12.50

Discussion

12.50-13.35

Symposium: Glaxo Smith Kline

 

Čižman Milan

New possibilities of Invasive Pneumococcal Disease and Otitis Media prevention

 

Čižman Milan

Burden of Rotavirus Disease and Rotarix responds to the challenge

13.35-14.00

Short lunch

14.00-17.00

Session 3

II Infectious disease prevention
Session chairmen: Ihan Alojz and Milivoj Jovenčević

14.00-14.20

Spencer Nicholas

Social factors influencing childhood infectious diseases and immunisation uptake.

University of Warwick, School of Health and Social Studies, Conventry, UK

14.20-14.40

Veenhoven H. Reinier, Sanders Elisabeth AM

The prevention of pneumococcal disease

Department of Pediatrics, Spaarne Hospital, Hoofddorp, Netherlands

14.40-15.00

Discussion

 

15.00-15.30

Coffee, Poster viewing, Visit exhibition

15.30-17.00

Section 4

III. Immune system and infections diseases protection

Session chairmen: Ihan Alojz, Bigec Martin

15.30-15.50

Ihan Alojz

The influence of immunological, physiological and environmental factors on vaccine-induced antibody response in children.
University of Ljubljana Medical Faculty, Institute for Microbiology and Immunology, Ljubljana, Slovenia

15.50-16.05

Mičetić Turk  Dušanka

Nutrition and prevention of the infectious diseases in children,
University Clinical Centre Maribor, Clinic for Paediatrics,Maribor,  Slovenia

16.05-16.20

Fidler Mis Nataša, Avčin Tadej

Fatty acids and the immune system in children

University Clinical Centre Ljubljana Paediatric Clinic in Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia

16.20-16.35

Rogelj Irena

The protective role of milk and dairy products in children's nutrition.
University of Ljubljana ,Biotechnical faculty, Slovenia

16.35-16.50

Orel Rok

Probiotics and prebiotics in infection diseases in children
University Clinical Centre Ljubljana, Paediatric Clinic in Ljubljana, Slovenia

16.50-17.00

Discussion

 

18.00

Social program

Welcome by the Maribor's major - Stara trta, Lent Concert by Carmina Slovenica, children's songs by cant authors - Maribor's National Theatre of Slovenia

Gala Dinner and opening ceremony

You will be taken to the city centre by bus, so, please wait for it in front of the hotel.

Friday, 2 October 2009

08.00-9.00

Registration

8.00 - 9.00

WORKSHOP: HEALTH AND WELLBEING OF REFUGEES

Department of Community Paediatrics, Sydney South West Area Health Service, Liverpool Hospital, Liverpool, NSW 2170

Raman S, Zwi K, Lampropoulos B, Paxton G, Benson J

9.00-10.30

Section 5

IV. Prevention of children's infectious diseases in community
Kraigher Alenka, Martin Luis

9.00-9.20

Grilc Eva

Legislation regarding prevention of infectious diseases in Slovenia, role of health care institutions
National Institute of Public Health , Communicable diseases center, Slovenia

9.20-9.40

Čižman Milan

Use and resistance to antibiotics in the community
University Clinical Centre Ljubljana, Department of Infectious Diseases and Febrile Illnesses, Slovenia

9.40-10.00

Beović Bojana

Rational use of antimicrobials: effective methods in hospitals and community
University Clinical Centre Ljubljana
Department of Infectious Diseases and Febrile Illnesses, Ljubljana, Slovenia

10.00-10.20

Fürst Jurij

Ambulatory use of antibiotics for children in Slovenia
The Health Insurance Institute of the Republic of Slovenia, Ljubljana, Slovenia

10.20-10.30

Discussion

10.30-11.00

Coffee break, Poster session II, Visit exhibition

11.00-12.30

Section 6

IVa. Prevention of children's infectious diseases in community

Session chairmen: Raman Shanti, Fürst Jurij

11.00-11.15

Kotnik Kevorkijan  Božena, Unuk Sibila

Prevention of HCAI (Health Care Associated Infections),infection transmission in collectives,the most common causes, hygiene and legal measures/regulations against infection spreading

University Clinical Centre Maribor, Department for Infectious Diseases and Febrile States, Maribor, Slovenia

11.15-11.30

Seher Zupančič  Margareta

Family and kindergartens - influence of the environment on the infectious diseases spreading
Health Centre Velenje, Dispensary for Children, Velenje, Slovenia

11.30-11.45

Pleterski Rigler  Dušica

Child's right to parents accompaniment at hospital, influence on the treatment course, standards, norms, limitations, control of the infection standards and norms, prevention of infections
University Clinical Center Ljubljana, Department of Infectious Diseases and Febrile Illnesses, Ljubljana, Slovenia

11.45-12.00

Besednjak Kocijančič Lilijana

Breastfeeding and prevalence of acute respiratory infections, gastroenterocolitis and otitis media in the first year of life
Health Centre l Nova Gorica -Primary health care level, Dispensary for Children Šempeter, Slovenia

12.00-12.15

Discussion

12.15-12.45

Short Lunch

 

12.45-13.30

WORKSHOP: APDI Amsterdam Personal Development Institute Netherland

 

Dolinšek Bubnič Margareta

How to be competent in emotional and nonverbal communication, a key component  of successful dialog between paediatrician and child's parents

13.30-14.15

Symposium: dr. Gorkič

 

Abayawardana Manisha

ATOPICLAIR nonsteroidal cream - A new step in the management of mild to moderate atopic dermatitis

14.15-15.00

Symposium: Farmedica

Terčelj Schweizer Robert

Prospan - summary of its characteristics and experience during the recent years

Borinc Beden Andreja

Evaluation of efficacy and tolerance of PROSPAN® in the treatment of bronchial diseases

12.45-15.00

ESSOP Annual General Meeting

15.00-15.30

Coffee break, Poster Viewing, Visit Exhibition

15.30-17.00

V. Prevention of infectious diseases - public health and social paediatric approaches

Session chairmen: Kovach Zsuzsanna, Grguric Josip

15.30-15.50

Waterston Tony

Children's Rights and Child Health: The Role of Paediatricians

Arthurs Hill Clinic, Douglas Ter, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

15.50-16-10

Gökçay Gülbin, Babadağlı Fetiye

Immunization of children in Turkey

Istanbul University, Institute of Child Health, Çapa, Istanbul, Turkey.

16.10-16.30

Duperrex Olivier

Infectious disease prevention - challenges for public health

Medical head of school health, Office des écoles en santé, OMSV,

Lausanne, Switzerland

16.35-17.00

Discussion

17.00-18.30

VI. Free Papers session

Session chairmen: Gökçay Gülbin, Gunnlaugsson Geir

17.00-17.15

Raman Shanti, Dwarkanath P, Thomas T, Muthayya S, Srinivasan K

Identifing perinatal psychosocial and cultural factors that can improve early childhood outcomes in India

Department of Community Paediatrics, Sydney South West Area Health Service and University of New South Wales, Sydney

17.15-17.30

Raman Shanti, Wood Nicholas, Webber M, Taylor K, Isaacs D

Matching health needs of refugee children with services in Australia: How big is the gap?

Sydney South West Area Health Service, Liverpool Hospital, Liverpool, Australia

17.15 - 17.30

Gunnlaugsson Geir

A study on the well-being and health among pre-school aged children in Reykjavík

School of Health and Education, Reykjavík University, Iceland

19.00

Farewell Event

Get-together party  in hotel Habakuk

 

Thursday, 1 October 2009

VII. Poster presentation -

Session chairmen: Kukla Lubomír, Tsekoura Maria

11.00-11.30

 

 

Kukla Lubomír

System of Preventive care for children and adolescents and immunization in the Czech Republic

Masaryk University, Medical faculty, Research Institute for Preventive and Social Pediatrics, Czech Republic

 

Gonca Yilmaz, Saliha Şenel, Nilgün Erkek, Candemir Karacan,

Aysel Yöney

Child Abuse in a Training Hospital

Dr. Sami Ulus Children and Gynecology Training Hospital , Ankara, Turkey

 

Bulbul Selda

A study on general vaccination, HPV and Rotavirus vaccination knowledge and attitudes of mothers in Turkey

Kirikkale University Department of Social Pediatrics, Turkey

 

Kovács Zsuzsanna, Scheiber D, Valek A, Árki I, Mramurácz E, Mészner Zs

Rights of children in the hospital and in the primary health care in Hungary - Survey 2006-2008
National Institute of Child Health, Hungary

 

Tzavara M.,Tsekoura M., Anastasopoulou M, Kondelli-Bachna E, Tsitoura M-E, Kourouni A, Papadopoulou E

Brest feeding, socioeconomic - education level and living conditions as risk factors for infections during infancy
Pediatric Department, General Hospital of Pyrgos "Andreas Papandreou", Greece

 

 

Tsekoura M,  Tzavara M,  Anastasopoulou M, Kondelli-Bachna E, Georgiadi E, Allagiannis G, Papadopoulou E.

Reduction of unnecessary antibiotic use in children based on clinical criteria

Pediatric Department, General Hospital of Pyrgos "Andreas Papandreou", Greece

 

 

Saturday, 2 October 2009

 

Visit to the children's health institution - optional

 

Excursions

 

RAFTS DOWN THE DRAVA RIVER

The raft is constructed according to our granddads' designs.

The 100-sq. meter raft accepts over 80 persons (seats). We raft with two such rafts and can carry over 100 passengers at the same time. The passengers on the raft are protected against unfavourable weather conditions by appropriate roof.

 

or

 

 

BUS TOUR TO POSTOJNA CAVE VIA CAPITAL CITY LJUBLJANA

Postojna Cave (Slovene: Postojnska jama; German: Adelsberger Grotte; Italian: Grotte di Postumia) is a 20,570 m long Karst cave system near Postojna, Slovenia. It is the longest cave system in the country as well as one of its top tourism sites

 

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