PROGRAMME

 

9.30

Tea/Coffee & registration

 

Outside of Orchard Suite

10.00

Welcome from the Chair
Professor Maggie Rae, Head of School of Public Health and Transformation

 

Forest Suite

10.10

Behaviour Change
Professor Mike Kelly, Senior Visiting Fellow, Institute of Public Health, University of Cambridge

 

10.40

Are school-based interventions for prevention of anxiety and depression effective?
A network meta-analysis
(Highly commended abstract)
Deborah Caldwell, Senior Lecturer in Public Health Research, University of Bristol

 

11.00

Tea/Coffee

 

Outside of Forest/Orchard Suite

 

11.35

Parallel Sessions
4 parallel sessions of 3 presentations

 

Forest, Orchard, Willow, Birch Suites

12.40

  

Parallel Mini-Oral Sessions
4 parallel sessions of 5 mini-oral presentations

Forest, Orchard, Willow, Birch Suites

1.15

Lunch
Tea and Coffee served outside Forest Suite

 

Restaurant (ground floor)

2.25


3.15
 

Parallel Sessions
4 parallel sessions of 2 presentations

Chair
Professor Maggie Rae, Head of School of Public Health and Transformation

Forest, Orchard, Willow, Birch Suites

 Forest Suite

 

 

 

3.25

The impact of flooding on mental health and wellbeing
(Highly Commended Abstract)
Professor Isabel Oliver, Director of Research, Translation and Innovation, Public Health England

 

3.45

Title – tbc
Pat Flaherty, Chief Executive, Somerset County Council

 

4.15

Closing remarks   

 

 

PARALLEL SESSIONS – MORNING
11.35 – 13.11

 

Room:  Forest

Room: Orchard

Room: Willow

Room: Birch

 

Community Services

Alcohol and Substance misuse

Obesity and Physical Activity

Risk Behaviours

 

Chair:

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11.35 – 11.57

 A1
Natalia Lewis
University of Bristol 
Identification and Referral to Improve Safety in community pharmacy: a theory-based intervention adaptation

A2
Georgie MacArthur
Bristol City Council
‘Rethink Alcohol’: Development and testing of a digital intervention to reduce excessive alcohol use in young people

A3
Sharea Ijaz
University of Bristol
Preventing childhood obesity in the UK primary schools: a realist review

 

A4
Rona Campbell
University of Bristol
Perceptions of adolescent health risk behaviour and socioeconomic position: A grounded theory study of young adults in Bristol

 

11.57

12.19

B1
Rebecca Abbott
University of Exeter
Effectiveness of pharmacist home visits for individuals at risk of medication-related problems: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials

 

B2
Frank De Vocht
University of Bristol
Evaluating place-based natural experiments yourself: with examples from alcohol licensing decisions, health and local crime

 

B3
Russ Jago
University of Bristol
Change in children’s physical activity from age 6 to 11: implications for prevention

B4
David Troy
University of Bristol
An exploration of whether childhood psychopathology mediate associations between adverse childhood experiences and multiple risk behaviours in adolescence: analysis using the ALSPAC birth cohort

 

12.19 – 12.41

C1
Charlotte Bigland
University of West of England
Systems leadership in UK public health

C2
Ruth Sampson
Bath and North EastSomerset Council
Evaluating Offer of E-Cigarettes for Smoking Cessation in Pregnancy

C3
Kaiseree Dias
University of Bristol
International Comparison of the Levels and Potential Correlates of Objectivey Measured Sedentary Time and Physical Activity among Three-to Four-Year-Old children

C4
Laura Tinner
University of Bristol
Is adolescent multiple risk behaviour associated with socioeconomic status in young adulthood and is it moderated by early life socioeconomic status? Findings from two UK birth cohorts

 

  

 

MINI-ORAL PRESENTATIONS

MINI-ORAL PRESENTATIONS

MINI-ORAL PRESENTATIONS

MINI-ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Room:  Forest

Room: Orchard

Room: Willow

Room: Birch

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12.41 – 13.11

D1
No changeover between sessions

Number 1

Number 2

Number 3

Number 4

Number 5

(see Mini-Oral list for titles)

D2
No changeover between sessions

Number 6

Number 7

Number 8

Number 9

Number 10

(see Mini-Oral list for titles)

D3
No changeover between
sessions

Number 11

Number 12

Number 13

Number 14

Number 15

(see Mini-Oral list for titles)

 

D4
No changeover between
sessions

Number 16

Number 17

Number 18

Number 19

Number 20

(see Mini Oral list for titles)


PARALLEL SESSIONS – AFTERNOON
2.25 – 3.09

 

 

Room:  Forest

Room: Orchard

Room: Willow

Room: Birch

 

Health Protection

Mental Health

Population Mental Health

Inequalities  

 

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2.15 – 2.37

E1
Elizabeth Smout
South Gloucestershire Council
Estimating blood-borne virus prevalence and linkage to care through routine, opt-out emergency department testing

E2
Helen Fay
University of Bristol
Qualitative insights into the Papageno Effect: Can internet content deter the uptake of suicide methods

 

E3
Noreen Orr
University of Exeter
The impact of visiting or resident animals on the health and wellbeing of residents in care homes: a systematic review of the qualitative and quantitative evidence (PETROC)

 

E4
Samuel Coleborn
University of West of England/SouthGloucestershire Council
Inequalities in health risk behaviours among sexual minority adolescents and the role of protective/risk factors: A secondary analysis of existing survey data across three West of England Local Authorities

 

2.37 – 2.59

F1
Hannah Christensen (TBC)
University of Bristol
The relationships between respiratory viral infections and meningococcal carriage in healthy adolescents

F2
Lizzy Winstone
University of Bristol
Association between social media screen-time and mental health in adolescents in South West England

 

F3
Judi Kidger
University of Bristol
The WISE Study: A Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial of an intervention to improve mental health training and support for secondary school teachers

F4
Sarah Webb Phillips
South Gloucestershire Council
Trends in mortality and health outcomes by local area deprivation.  What are the patterns observed in health inequalities over time?