Public Health Research in Palliative Care: Shifting the Paradigm

When: 
25-10-2018 to 26-10-2018
Where: 
Brussels, Belgium

International Seminar of EAPC RN and the EAPC Reference Group on Public Health and Palliative Care

Location: Palace of the Royal Academies, Hertogsstraat 1, 1000 Brussels, Belgium


Registration

Registration fee: €250
Registration fee for Bachelor/ Master students: €80
Registration until the 15th of October 2018 via this link:
http://www.vub.ac.be/en/events/2018/international-eapc-rn-seminar-on-public-health-research-in-palliative-care

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Abstract Submission is closed

Themes

  • Improving support in society for palliative care
  • Death, dying and loss
  • Family caregiving for people with serious illness
  • Volunteers in end-of-life and palliative care
  • Non-professional agents and organizations in end-of-life and palliative care
  • Collaboration and coalitions between health care services and civil society or the general public
  • Community interventions to improve end-oflife or bereavement care
  • Public health policy to improve end-of-life or bereavement care in society

Target Groups

  • Academics and researchers
  • Patient organizations
  • Informal carer organizations
  • Volunteer organizations
  • Policy makers
  • Palliative care professionals
  • Palliative care organizations

 

Programme Day 1

Thursday 25 October

9u00

Coffee

9u25

Welcome by prof. Augusto Caraceni, Chair of European Association for Palliative Care - Research Network
and prof. Luc Deliens, End-of-Life Care Research Group Vrije Universiteit Brussel & Ghent University, Belgium 

9u50

Invited lecture: Epidemiology & palliative care
prof. Agnes van der  Heide, Erasmus MC, The Netherlands

10u20

Invited lecture: What can big data do for public health palliative care research?
prof. Joachim Cohen, End-of-Life Care Research Group Vrije Universiteit Brussel & Ghent University, Belgium

10u50

Lecture based on best abstract selection:
Men and Family caregivers’ experiences of advanced prostate cancer in Ghana: A qualitative serial interview study
Yakubu Salifu, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

11u10

Abstract session: Epidemiology and population health
Chairs: prof. Joachim Cohen and prof. Agnes van der Heide

  • 11u10: Trends in the timing and uptake of palliative home care support: a register-based study using full-population national databases from 2010-2015 Arno Maetens, End-of-Life Care Research Group Vrije Universiteit Brussel & Ghent University, Belgium
  • 11u30: Dying in long-term care facilities in Europe: the PACE epidemiological study of deceased residents in six countries.Elisabeth Honinx,  End-of-Life Care Research Group Vrije Universiteit Brussel & Ghent University, Belgium
  • 11u50: Treatment patterns and associated factors in patients with advanced epithelial ovarian cancer: a population based study between 2008 and 2016. dr. Heidi Fransen, Netherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organisation (IKNL), The Netherlands
  • 12u10: The quality of primary palliative care for the oldest-old in three European countries: A mortality follow-back studyKim de Nooijer, End-of-Life Care Research Group Vrije Universiteit Brussel & Ghent University, Belgium
  • 12u30: Experience of bereavement and grief support: An Irish population studyAmanda Roberts, Irish Hospice Foundation, Ireland     

12u50

Lunch & poster viewing

14u00

Abstract session: New public health approaches and community development
Chairs: prof. Xavier Gomez Batiste Alentorn and prof. Gunn Grande

  • 14u00: Findings from a DöBra Feasibility Study: A Conversation-based Intervention for Clarifying Values and Preferences for End-of-Life in the Advance Care Planning-naïve Swedish Context - Malin HenrikssonKarolinska Institutet, Sweden
  • 14u20: Navigating power and responsibility in developing an intergenerational and arts-based program about death and loss as part of the Swedish DöBra
    Max Kleijberg, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
  • 14u40: Exploring a conversation tool for reflection about the end of life in elder care Therese Johansson, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
  • 15u00: Where lies the potential role of public health in shaping equity of access of palliative care services for homeless individuals?- Karyn Joss, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  • 15u20: Making The People’s Charter on Dying, Death and Bereavement in Ireland – Rebecca Lloyd, Irish Hospice Foundation, Ireland

15u40

Coffee

16u00

Invited lecture: Why public health should look at family carers of dying persons 
prof. Gunn Grande, Supportive and Palliative Care Research Group, University of Manchester, UK 

16u30-17u30

Panel discussion day 1: panel members (TBD)

17u30-18u30

Poster viewing

18u30-
20u30

Conference dinner (walking dinner)

 

Programme Day 2

Friday 26 October

9u00

Coffee

9u20 Opening by Maggie De Block, Minister of Social Affairs and Health, Belgium

9u30

Invited lecture: Natural history of palliative care: From the British hospices to the Compassionate communities
prof. Xavier Gomez Batiste Alentorn, Catalan Institute of Oncology, Spain

10u00

Lecture based on best abstract selection:
Criterion validation of a simple tool for early identification of palliative care patients (ID-PALL): preliminary results
Fabienne Teike Lüthi,. University of Lausanne, Switzerland   

10u20

Invited lecture: What's new about new public health research? What role does it play in the future of palliative care research?
dr. Libby Sallnow, University College London and St Christopher's Hospice, UK

10u50

Coffee

11u10

Abstract session: Health services, health care and policy
Chairs: prof. Luc Deliens and dr. Libby Sallnow

  • 11u10: Four profiles of informal caregivers who provide care to patients at home at the end of life: A Q-methodological study into informal caregiver’ support needsDr. Roeline Pasman, Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • 11u30: Self-management of patients with advanced cancer: a systematic reviewKim de Nooijer, Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands  & End-of-Life Care Research Group Vrije Universiteit Brussel & Ghent University, Belgium
  • 11u50: Stakeholder engagement in the development of complex interventionsJoni Gilissen, End-of-Life Care Research Group Vrije Universiteit Brussel & Ghent University, Belgium
  • 12u10: Support for family carers in specialized palliative care: a cross-sectional survey study in 34 palliative care services at home and in the hospitalMaarten Vermorgen, End-of-Life Care Research Group Vrije Universiteit Brussel & Ghent University, Belgium
  • 12u30: Post-graduate palliative care education for all healthcare providers in Europe: Results from an EAPC surveyPiret Paal, Paracelsus Medical Private University (PMU), Austria

12u50

Paneldiscussion day 2: panel members (TBD)

13u30

Closing of congress followed by lunch, 
prof. Luc Deliens, End-of-Life Care Research Group Vrije Universiteit Brussel & Ghent University, Belgium

 

Contact & sponsoring
Geertje van Duijnhoven
geertje.vanduynhoven@uzgent.be
+32 478 96 91 15

Arno Maetens
arno.maetens@vub.be
+32 2 477 49 59

 

Hotels near the congress venue:

Hotel Chambord
Stanhope Hotel by Thon Hotels
Leopold Hotel Brussels
Aparthotel Adagio Access Bruxelles Europe Aparthotel

 

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