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86th EGPRN Meeting, Lille-France, 10-13 May 2018

Programme

09:00-17:00 EGPRN Collaborative Studies 'FPDM' - 'TATA' - 'WomanPower'

Chair: Jean-Yves Le Reste
Location: Foyer Rural

09:00-12:00 EGPRN Collaborative Study 'HEFESTOS'

Chair: Miguel Angel Munoz
Location: Foyer Rural

09:00-12:00 EGPRN RER-GP Group 'Research using electronic patient records GP/FM'

Chair: Jean Karl Soler.
Location: Foyer Rural

  • 09.00: Opening of the meeting and introductions.
  • 09.05: Jean K Soler "A personal journey into the process of diagnosis in family medicine – sharing experiences and exploring the future"
  • 09.30: Robert Verheij and René Stüssgen: ""
  • 10.00: Coffee break
  • 10.30: Brendan Delaney: "A Learning Health System for Diagnosis - results of the FP7 TRANSFoRm project"
  • 11.00: Elena Cardillo: "Italian initiatives for coding support and semantic interoperability in primary care, including work on the international ICPC-2/ICD-10 Thesaurus"
  • 11.30: Panel discussion on the future of research using electronic patient records in EGPRN
  • 12.00: close
09:30-12:30 EGPRN Executive Board Meeting

Only for Members of the Executive Board
Location: Foyer Rural

12:00-14:00 EGPRN Collaborative Study 'PIPE'.

Chair: Péter Torzsa.
Location: Foyer Rural

14:00-16:45 EGPRN Council Meeting

Only for EGPRN Executive Board and EGPRN Council members.
Location: Foyer Rural

14:00-16:30 Pre-Conference Workshop 'Adapting primary care to a changing world; how can research help GP's to face the future?'

Workshop tutor: Christophe Berkhout (Lille, France)
Workshop expert: Lieve Peremans (Antwerp) or Marc Vanmeerbeek (Liège) (Belgium)

Location: Foyer Rural

Members: €35
Non-members €65

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14:00-16:30 Pre-Conference Workshop 'Online services and primary health care: research, development and assessment'.

Workshop tutor: Thibault PUSZKAREK or
Workshop expert: Matthieu CALAFIORE (Lille, France)

Location: Foyer Rural

Members: €35
Non-members €65

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16:45-17:30 EGPRN Committee Meetings and Working Groups

- EGPRN Research Strategy Committee
- EGPRN PR & Communication Committee
- EGPRN Educational Committee

Location: Foyer Rural

17:00-18:00 EGPRN Collaborative Study 'ATTENTIVE/LESS Study Meeting'

Chair: Sven Streit
Location: Foyer Rural

17:00-19:00 EGPRN Collaborative Study 'PROCOPD'

Chair: Ana Clavería
Location: Foyer Rural

19:30-21:30 Welcome Reception and Opening Cocktail.

For all participants of this EGPRN meeting who are present in Lille-France at this time.

Location: Foyer Rural
Opening: Michel Delpaul, President of the MEL
Other speakers: Local Host committee

How to get to the Foyer Rural?

Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/ziBTV89i37q

Address: 43 Rue de Fleurbaix, 59280 Bois-Grenier, France

  1. From Lille City Center take the Line 1: Villeneuve d’Ascq 4 Cantons  <>  Lille CHU-Eurasanté (Regional Hospital)*. To direction: Lille CHU-Eurasanté (Regional Hospital) Click here for the Metro Plan.*
  2. Get off at the terminus station Lille CHU-Eurasanté (Regional Hospital).
  3. There will be a shuttle service from the metro-station to the event venue.
08:00-08:30 Registration

Location: University of Lille, Faculty of Medicine, Ground Floor Corridor Area

08:30-08:45 Opening of the Meeting by EGPRN Chairperson Prof. Mehmet Ungan

Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Amphi 7.

08:45-09:00 Welcome by Dean of Lille University, Professor Didier Gosset

Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Amphi 7.

09:00-09:40 International Keynote Lecture

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Med. Thomas Frese, Allgemeinmedizin, University of Halle, Germany.
Theme: "How to face the future of primare care in a changing world".
Chair: Mehmet Ungan.
Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Amphi 7.

09:40-11:10 Plenary Session - Theme Papers "Training and Curriculum"

Chair: Mehmet Ungan.
Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Amphi 7.

Presentations:
  • Evaluation of the intervention of the patient teachers in the general medicine residency curriculum. - Cam-Anh Khau
  • What Do The Experts Think About The Skills Content of Family Medicine Curriculum: A Delphi Study - Serap Cifcili
  • ‘The ABC of family medicine research’ – evaluation of a trans-national training course for early career family doctors. - Michael Harris
11:10-11:40 BLUE DOT Coffee Break
11:10-11:40 Coffee Break
11:40-13:10 Parallel Session A - Theme Papers "Coding, Research and Staffing"

Chair: TBD
Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Amphi 7.

Presentations:
  • Integration of nurses in general practice: a qualitative, exploratory study from the perspective of general practitioners, practice nurses and patients with chronic disease - Naomi Aerts
  • Knowledge management in general practice / family medicine through the Core Content Classification (3CGP), a new indexation tool. - Marc Jamoulle
  • Research in primary care: Who publish what? - Maxime Pautrat
11:40-13:10 Parallel Session B - Freestanding Papers "E-health & Pharma Reps"

Chair: TBD
Location: Faculty of Medicine, Ground Floor Conference Room.

Presentations:
  • Eprescription: Experiences of General Practitioners and Pharmacists in Flanders - Marieke Robbrecht
  • French GPs and pharmaceutical representatives: Why are we so ambivalent? - Adriaan Barbaroux
  • Implementing digital translation application into healthcare system: Facing miscommunication and language barriers with refugee patients at a primary care level - Ghefar Furaijat
13:10-14:10 EGPRN Collaborative Study 'CoCo'.

Chair: Birgitta Weltermann
Location: Faculty of Medicine, First Floor Meeting Room ED1.

13:10-14:10 EGPRN Educational Committee Lunch Workshop 'The EGPRN international web-based course on research in health care'

Workshop leaders: Ferdinando Petrazzuoli MD, MSc; Shlomo Vinker MD, MHA and Mehmet Ungan MD

Location: Faculty of Medicine, First Floor Meeting Room ED3.

During the workshop there will be the Final Assessement of the participants to the Web Based Research Course who have completed the modules and have registered for the final workshop.

Background: In the WONCA Europe conference in Prague, July  2017, The International Web-based Course on Research in Primary Health Care was officially launched.  The aim of this course is to provide family physicians with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for undertaking research.

The course is designed to achieve a balance between theoretical and practical learning, and between conceptual and factual material. It contains about 25 modules of teaching in two courses and practical half a day workshop as a final step of each course (may be one full day for both).

Each web-based module consists of a 15-20 minutes didactic lecture, links to complementary materials in YouTube and other open access materials and a short post module examination (close answers questionnaire). Answering the questions is mandatory in order to finish and been accredited for each module.

Aim of the workshop: presentation of the course and the outcome of the first year and its' topics and discussion on ways to attract residents and family physicians to join the course. We will also discuss accreditation issues, position of colleges and associations.

There is no charge for this workshop. Participants can eat their lunch during the workshop. Please bring your lunchbox.

13:10-14:10 Lunch
14:10-16:10 Parallel Session C - Theme Papers "GP role and relevance"

Chair: TBD
Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Amphi 7.

Presentations:
  • "Heartsink" patient, behaviour’s impact on patient’s management by general practice residents: A controlled randomized trial - Laurine Lebas
  • Description and evolution of gatekeeping systems in OECD countries since 2000 - Sophie Haghighi
  • From practice employee to (co-)owner: Young Swiss general practitioners predict their future careers. A cross-sectional survey - Sven Streit
  • Which aspects of primary care are relevant for patient and his caregiver? - Jérémy Derriennic
14:10-16:10 Parallel Session D - Freestanding Papers "Screening & Tests"

Chair: TBD
Location: Faculty of Medicine, Ground Floor Conference Room.

Presentations:
  • Contribution of Acceptance and Commitment Group Therapy in Glycemic Control of Diabetic Patients - Emmanuelle Leroy
  • Factors associated with morbimortality in polymedicated elderly subjects followed in general practice: FOPAS, a cohort study - Thibault Puszkarek
  • Statins for Primary Prevention. To Treat Or Not To Treat? Predictive Performance of the 2016 European Society of Cardiology / European Atherosclerosis Society (ESC/EAS) Recommendations in Adults and in The Elderly - Yochai Schonmann
  • Which specific language disorder screening tests can be used in primary care setting? A systematic review of the literature. - Isabelle Ettori-Ajasse
16:10-16:30 Coffee Break
16:30-18:00 Parallel Session E - Theme Papers "Management & Adherence"

Chair: TBD
Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Amphi 7.

Presentations:
  • Adherence to oral medications, complex and challenging interactions - Michal Shani
  • General practitioner trainers prescribe fewer antibiotics in primary care: Evidence from France - Louise Devillers
  • Management of common cold: Elaboration of a prescription aid tool - Sabine Bayen
16:30-18:00 Parallel Session F - Freestanding Papers "Infrastructure"

Chair: TBD
Location: Faculty of Medicine, Ground Floor Conference Room.

Presentations:
  • General Practice/Family Medicine training across Europe: Exploring differences and similarities to inform the development of standardised curricula - Vanja Lazic
  • Medical Negligence Law Suits against Family Physicians in Israel - Hava Tabenkin
  • Workplace learning through collaboration in primary healthcare: A BEME realist review of what works, for whom and in what circumstances: BEME Guide No 46. - Peter Pype
18:00-18:10 Summary of the day by Dr. Med. Thomas Frese.

Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Amphi 7.

18:10-19:15 Practice Visits in and around Lille-France.
18:15-19:15 Örenäs Research Group "Early Diagnosis of Cancer in Primary Care Study"

Chair: Michael Harris
Location: Department of GP, Meeting Room

08:30-09:10 National Keynote Lecture

Speaker: Dr. Olivier Saint Lary, General Practice Centre Medical; Le Port‐Marly, France.
Theme: 'Changing doctors for a changing world: how to face the future of primary care?'
Chair: TBD
Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Amphi 7.

09:10-10:40 Parallel Session G - Freestanding Papers "Mental Health"

Chair: TBD
Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Amphi 7.

Presentations:
  • A description of patients with enduring mental illness in Irish general practice: A database study - James Larkin
  • General practitioners’ knowledge, attitudes and experiences of managing behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia: A mixed methods systematic review - Aisling Jennings
  • Paternal Postpartum Depression In Turkish Fathers - Vildan Mevsim
09:10-10:40 Parallel Session H - EGPRN Special Methodology Session.

Chair: Jean Karl Soler
Location: Faculty of Medicine, Ground Floor Conference Room.

Presentations:
  • Dendrogram of the presentations and posters from the EGPRN Conferences. - Leonard Mada
  • Do women experience one or more pregnancy related symptoms in the first trimester and which do women find worrisome? - Melissa C Lutterodt
  • Transferrin saturation and early diagnosis of Hemochromatosis in a database of 486 Italian General Practitioners (GPs) - Annalisa Bianchi
10:40-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-13:00 Parallel Session I - Theme Papers "Cardiovascular & GP Burnout

Chair: TBD
Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Amphi 7.

Presentations:
  • Interventions to promote physical activity for primary prevention of cardiovascular disease in primary health care and/or at community level: A review of international guidelines using a systematic approach - Hilde Bastiaens
  • Living with advanced heart failure - Caterina Checa
  • The effect of work-hour limiting legislation on burnout among family-practice residents of the Ile-de-France region - Tamara Makovec
  • The link between empathy and burnout among family-practice residents of the Ile-de-France region - Karim Schlappi
11:00-13:00 Parallel Session J - One Slide/Five Minutes Presentations and Fellowship Presentations.

Chair: Ferdinando Petrazzuoli
Location: Faculty of Medicine, Ground Floor Conference Room.

Presentations:
  • Correlation of peak expiratory flow (PEF) value and stage of COPD according to GOLD "ABCD" assesment tool and the course of COPD; a follow-up study - Baki Derhem
  • Develop a digital doctor for a more human health - Alberto Parada
  • Developing Mental Health in Primary Care: Investigating a European Proposal - Smit Dineke
  • Googling in the Waiting Room - Inam Najmi
  • GPs attitudes towards and confidence in dementia care - Jan De Lepeleire
  • How do GPs make decisions about assessing cardiovascular disease risk factors in overweight and obese patients aged 30-45? A European research protocol from the EGPRN Fellows. - Ilze Skuja
  • Is the grass greener on the other side? What would help to colour the grass at least equally green on this side? - Nele Michels
  • The COCO project – Systematic reflection of an international research collaboration with 23 university sites from 14 countries: A methodological approach - Weltermann Birgitta
  • The role of GP in diabetes mellitus type 2 patients care - Elina Skuja
13:00-14:00 Lunch
13:00-14:00 Research Café!

Do you have any questions about research that you are doing or would like to do?
Ask the EGPRN’s experts at the lunchtime “Research Café”!
Participants can bring their lunch.

Location: Faculty of Medicine, First Floor Meeting Room ED1.

14:00-15:30 Poster Session 1 - "Elderly"

Co-ordinator: Tiny van Merode
Chair: Erika Baum
Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Corridor Area

Presentations:
  • Depression In Latvian Seniors, Risk Factors And Indicators - Linda Kaktiņa
  • Efficacy of nurse-led and General Practitioner-led comprehensive geriatric assessment in primary care: Protocol of a pragmatic three-arm cluster randomized controlled trial (CEpiA study) - Emilie Ferrat
  • Elderly population’s general practitioner (GP) visits and correlation to the number of GP positions - Katri Mustonen
  • Institutionalization for dependent elderly patients does not reduce caregiver burden - Clarisse Dibao
  • Management evolution of heart failure in elderly by general practitioners: A qualitative study - Laura Moscova
14:00-15:30 Poster Session 2 - "Organisation of General Practice"

Co-ordinator: Tiny van Merode
Chair: Sabine Vayer
Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Corridor Area

Presentations:
  • Emotional experience during medical students' first clinical courses: An ongoing french qualitative study - Joseph Marseille
  • Family Physicians’ Observatory in Mataró. Barcelona. (Spain) - Juan Jose Montero
  • REACT Cooperative Project (Electronic Register Access in OUT-of-HOURS) - Stefano Celotto
  • Shortage of general practitioners in Wallonia, Belgium: Are we socially accountable as medical school? - Ségolène De Rouffignac
14:00-15:30 Poster Session 3 - "Research and Coding"

Co-ordinator: Tiny van Merode
Chair: Radost Asenova
Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Corridor Area

Presentations:
  • Development of a national research agenda for general practice - Jacintha Van Balen
  • Penicillin Allergy Recording in General Practice - Mari Gleeson
  • Q codes in master thesis at the Medicina School of Coimbra from 2008 to 2017 - Luiz Miguel Santiago
  • Sharing electronic health records with patients – how does it impact equity in health care delivery? - Ana Luisa Neves
  • What pain scales assessments are usable in general population? A systematic literature review - Sophie Lalande
  • Why do RCT’s in the elderly not result in lower adverse outcomes? - Michaël Van Der Elst
14:00-15:30 Poster Session 4 - "Infection and Developments"

Co-ordinator: Tiny van Merode
Chair: Jospeh Azuri
Location: Faculty of Medicine, Ground Floor Corridor Area

Presentations:
  • Diagnosis of GABHS tonsillitis - comparison between culture from the tonsills and culture from the bucal surface - Limor Adler
  • Example of a Cross-sectional Research at a Vulnerable Population: Determining Hepatitis B and C Seroprevalence in a Gypsy District - Tevfik Tanju Yilmazer
  • Is It Possible to Change the Family Doctors (FD’s) Attitude Towards the Introduction of Evidence Based Screening Into Clinical Practice by Means of Interactive Training? - Pavlo Kolesnyk
  • Rate of reported Gonorrhea and Syphilis cases among migrants - Burak Usgurlu
  • The use of Smartphone in melanoma early detection: A systematic review - Sandrine Hild
  • Voluntary switchers from the emergency department to the GP, with and without information campaign - Stefan Morreel
14:00-15:30 Poster Session 5 - "Cardiovascular"

Co-ordinator: Tiny van Merode
Chair: Tuomas Koskela
Location: Faculty of Medicine, Ground Floor Corridor Area

Presentations:
  • Cardiovascular diseases prevention: Effective non-pharmacological interventions to promote healthy diet and smoking cessation. A review of international guidelines following a systematic approach. - Michele Odorico
  • Characteristics of statins treatment at the elderly population - Sophia Eilat-Tsanani
  • Feasibility of ambulatory blood pressure monitoring in daily primary healthcare practice in France. - Katia Mazalovic
  • Mortality risk in a cohort of heart failure patients with atrial fibrillation: The role of digoxin and diuretics - Felipe Estuardo Gonzalez Loyola
  • Refugees and Stroke - Tuğrul Bıyıklıoğlu
  • Thirty-day rehospitalizations in older patients with acute myocardial infarction: Impact of post-discharge ambulatory care. - Claire Zabawa
14:00-15:30 Poster Session 6 - "Miscellaneous"

Co-ordinator: Tiny van Merode
Chair: Durdica Lazic
Location: Faculty of Medicine, Ground Floor Corridor Area

Presentations:
  • Assessment of self-care behaviors of diabetic patients in primary care settings - Bernadett Markus
  • At-risk drinking screening by general practitioners: Survey among patients in primary care - Tan-Trung Phan
  • Effectiveness of a multidisciplinary biopsychosocial intervention in non-specific sub-acute low back pain, in working people: A cluster randomised trial - Romina Raczy Mas
  • Mental Health Condition of Refugees in Turkey - Mehmet Ungan
  • Pre-Diabetes Network Screening and Education Program in Primary Care - Jacopo Demurtas
  • The Italian working alliance inventory: A translation issued by the EGPRN TATA (Tool Assessment for Therapeutic Alliance) group - Jean Yves Le Reste
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
16:00-17:00 Parallel Session K - Theme Papers "Miscellaneous"

Chair: TBD
Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Amphi 7.

Presentations:
  • Continuity and compassion for the road ahead: A qualitative study of consultations about driving in patients with cognitive impairment - Carol Sinnott
  • Towards an indigenous definition of health: to understand the indigenous people’s Health and Illness concepts to build an intercultural health system. - Estefanía Bautista
16:00-17:00 Parallel Session L - Freestanding Papers "Patient Held Records"

Chair: TBD
Location: Faculty of Medicine, Ground Floor Conference Room.

Presentations:
  • A qualitative evaluation of a shared care card for patients with enduring mental illness - Ivana Pericin
  • The Patient Held Active Record of Medication Status (PHARMS) Feasibility Study - Elaine Walsh
17:00-17:10 Summary of the day

Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Amphi 7.

17:10-17:30 Chairperson’s Report by EGPRN Chair: Prof. Dr. Mehmet Ungan

Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Amphi 7.

17:30-17:45 Presentation of the Poster-Prize for the best poster presented in Lille-France.

by Tiny van Merode, chair PR & Communication Committee.
Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Amphi 7.

17:45-17:55 Introduction to the next EGPRN meeting .

Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Amphi 7.

17:55-18:00 Closing of the scientific part by EGPRN Chairperson Prof. Mehmet Ungan.

Closing of Scientific Conference EGPRN Lille-France
Location: Faculty of Medicine, 1st Floor Amphi 7

19:30-23:00 Social Night with Dinner, Dance and Music!

Pre-booking essential – online or at the registration desk before 2 pm on Friday.

Location: ZANGO, 36, rue de Gand (in the heart of the old Lille)
Website: http://www.zangolille.fr/
Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/CHUZs2n3ZwE2
You can reach it easily without any public transport. Next to Mercure Hotel.

09:30-12:00 2nd Meeting of the EGPRN Executive Board

Only for members of the Executive Board.
Location: IBIS Style Gare


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