Scientific Programs

Theme: Primary Care in the Future: Professional Excellence

Family medicine deals with many diseases commonly encountered at first medical contact in the community. Furthermore, when dealing with disease, family medicine practitioners not only treat the illness itself, but they also look at the patient as a person and take psychological and social aspects into consideration as well.

 

In the future, family medicine will strive to work for the prevention of disease, through strategies such as the management of hypertension, diabetes and chronic diseases for prevention of cardiovascular diseases, and vaccination.


Additionally, family doctors will not only treat psychological, musculoskeletal and pulmonary diseases that are common in primary care, but they will also engage in the management of cancer survivors, care of the elderly, and rehabilitation.


The WONCA 2018 Seoul Conference will cover these diverse disciplines of family medicine, from the present to the future, from October 17 to October 21. It will be a great opportunity to share valuable information with stimulating scientific programs.



October 17 is the day of our Preconference that will feature the WONCA Working Parties, Special Interest Groups and Young Doctors programs.


09:00 - 15:40
PC1
Young Doctors’ Preconference
09:00 - 09:10 Opening remarks

Speakers: Amanda Howe, President of World Organization of Family Doctors, United Kingdom
Young Sik Kim, Chairman of the Organizing Committee, 22nd WONCA World Conference, Korea

E6(3F)
09:10 - 10:30 Workshop 1: Young Doctors’ Movement in the world

Chair: Shin Yoshida, Iizuka Hospital, Kaita Hospital, Japan

Speakers: Representatives of YDM

E6(3F)
10:30 - 10:50 Coffee Break
10:50 - 11:50 Expert lecture: Young doctors’ role in the 21st century

Speaker: Viviana Martinez-Bianchi, Duke University, WONCA-WHO Liaison, United States

E6(3F)
11:50 - 13:00 Lunch
13:00 - 15:30 Workshop 2: Looking into the future of family medicine in different countries

Chairs: Masatoshi Kondo, Centre for Family Medicine Development, Japan
Seo Eun Hwang, Seoul National University Hospital, Korea

E6(3F)
Workshop 3: Hands on: How would you solve this case?

Chairs: Mohammad Mahmoud, Shiekh Khalifa Speciality Hospital, United Arab Emirates
Seo Young Kang, Asan Medical Center, Korea

E7(3F)
15:30 - 15:40 Closing and group photo
15:40 - Social event: Let’s have fun! - The 1st young doctors’ party
E6(3F)
13:30 - 17:00
PC2
Preconference: Primary Care Transformation for NCD management
Setting a Vision for Strengthening the Role of Primary Care in the Health Care System

Chairs: Duk Chul Lee, Yonsei University, College of Medicine, Korea
Kunsei Lee, KonKuk University Medical School, Korea

13:30 ~ 13:50

Primary Care Transformation Plan to manage NCD in Korea

HK Park, Jeju National University School of Medicine, Korea


14:00 ~14:40

Primary Care Transformation in USA

Perry Dickinson, University of Colorado Department of Family Medicine, United States


14:40 ~ 15:20

Team based Care to improve Quality

Larry A. Green, University of Colorado Department of Family Medicine, United States


15:20 ~ 16:00

Value based Payment for NCD care

Stephanie Gold, University of Colorado Department of Family Medicine, United States


16:00 ~ 17:00

Panel Discussion

Yoon Kim, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Korea
Kunsei Lee, KonKuk University Medical School, Korea
BeLong Cho, oul National University Hospital, Korea
Kook Il Kim, Ministry of Health and Welfare,Korea

E5(3F)
Topic for October 18: Family Medicine in the Future

Today’s topic is “Family Medicine in the Future.” Plenary lectures will be delivered by WONCA President Prof. Amanda Howe, and Society of Teachers of Family Medicine President Dr. Stephen A. Wilson.

Prof. Howe will give a special focus on how primary care physicians prepare to carry out medical home service, which is becoming increasingly important as community based integrated care is emphasized nowadays.
Prof . Wilson will focus on how to develop professional excellence in primary care through qualification through the CME and recertification system.

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09:30 - 10:20 Opening
Auditorium(3F)
10:20 - 10:40 Coffee Break
10:40 - 11:25 Plenary Lecture 1
Creating the Medical Home - the central role of the family physician in community based integrated care

Chairs: Ruth Wilson, World Organization of Family Doctors, Canada
Jungkwon Lee, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Korea

Speaker: Amanda Howe, World Organization of Family Doctors, United Kingdom

Auditorium(3F)
11:25 - 12:10 Plenary Lecture 2
Developing professional excellence in primary care - Qualification through CME and recertification system

Chairs: Val Wass, World Organization of Family Doctors, United Kingdom
Sung Sunwoo, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Korea

Speaker: Stephen A. Wilson, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, United States

Auditorium(3F)
12:10 - 13:20 Lunch
12:20 - 13:00 Satellite Symposium 1 (Sponsored by International Medical Press)
Treating obesity: practical solutions for the clinic

Chair: Donal O’Shea, University College Dublin, Ireland

Speakers: Donal O’Shea, University College Dublin, Ireland
Scott Kahan, George Washington University School, United States

103(1F)
12:20 - 13:00 Satellite Symposium 2 (Sponsored by Ping An Good Doctor)
Technology, AI and Family Medicine

Chair: Donald Li, World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA), Thailand

Speaker: Xie Hong, Ping An Good Doctor, China

Auditorium(3F)
13:20 - 14:20 Parallel Session 1
Workshop
WS1-001
Leadership in Doctor-Patient Relationship

Chair: Herqutanto Herqutanto Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia

Speakers: Retno Asti Werdhani, Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
Herqutanto Herqutanto, Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia

101(1F)
Workshop
WS1-002
Family Medicine - the Way Forward

Chair: Sri Wahyu Taher, Family Medicine Specialists Association, Malaysia

Speakers: Norsiah Ali, Family Medicine Specialists Association, Malaysia
Sri Wahyu Taher, Family Medicine Specialists Association, Malaysia
Nurainul Hana Shamsuddin, Family Medicine Specialists Association, Malaysia

102(1F)
Workshop
WS1-003
Developing a User-centred EHealth Intervention in Primary Care: Introduction (Part 1)

Chair: Chirk Jenn Ng, University of Malaya, Malaysia

Speakers: Chirk Jenn Ng, University of Malaya, Malaysia
Chin Hai Teo, University of Malaya, Malaysia
Sin Kuang Lo, University of Malaya, Malaysia

103(1F)
Workshop
WS1-004
Promoting Family Medicine – Novel Ideas

Chair: Wing Yan, Loretta CHAN, The Hong Kong College of Family Physicians, Hong Kong, China

Speakers: Wing Yan, Loretta CHAN, The Hong Kong College of Family Physicians, Hong Kong, China
Ka Ming, Ken HO, The Hong Kong College of Family Physicians, Hong Kong, China

104(1F)
Workshop
WS1-005
WONCA’s Young Doctors’ Movements – Looking into the Future of Primary Care

Chair: Ana Nunes Barata, WONCA, Portugal

Speakers: Ana Nunes Barata, WONCA, Portugal
Nagwa Nashat, Al Razi, Egypt
Cheyanne Vetter, Polaris, Canada
Joy Mugambi, AfriWon, Kenya
Santosh Kumar Dhungana, Spice Route, Nepal
Claire Thomas, Vasco Da Gama Movement, United Kingdom
Shin Yoshida, Rajakumar, Japan

105(1F)
Workshop
WS1-006
Meetiing Foreign Patients

Chair: Byung-wook Yoo, Soonchunhyang University Hospital, Korea

Speaker: Byung-wook Yoo, Soonchunhyang University Hospital, Korea

201(2F)
Workshop
WS1-007
Milestones As a Guide for Academic Career Development

Chair: Rebecca Kemmet, University of Tennessee Family Medicine Residency, United States

Speakers: Gregory Blake, University of Tennessee Family Medicine Residency, United States
Anthony Wilson, University of Tennessee Family Medicine Residency, United States

202(2F)
Seminar
SE1-001
2-Step Education Policy in Family Medicine: a Model for Developing Countries

Chair: Kanu Bala, WONCA South Asia, Bangladesh

Speaker: Kanu Bala, Bangladesh Insatitute of Family Medicine & Research, Bangladesh

203(2F)
Workshop
WS1-008
Dealing with Difficult Colleagues

Chair: Sonia Tsukagoshi, Fukushima Medical University, United Kingdom

Speakers: Keita Kondo, Fujita Health University, Japan
Arnoupe Jhass, Royal Free Hospital, United Kingdom
Sonia Tsukagoshi, Fukushima Medical University, Japan

205B(2F)
Seminar
SE1-002
Introduction and Review of Community-based Medical Education

Chair: Jong-koo LEE, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Korea

Speakers: Ji Eun Lee, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Korea
Seo Eun HWANG, Seoul National University Hosptital, Korea
Satoshi Kanke, Fukushima Medical University, Japan

209B(2F)
Workshop
WS1-010
A Vision for the future of General Practice, using the UK experience to help develop wider principles

Chair: Michael Holmes, Royal College of General Practitioners, United Kingdom

Speaker: Helen Stokes-Lampard, RCGP, United Kingdom

Auditorium(3F)
Workshop
WS1-011
Training and Support for Non Doctor Members of the Primary Health Care Team . a Discussion of Work Done in Sierra Leone by the Royal College of GPs UK and a Debate of Wider Implications.

Chair: Ed Parry-Jones, Royal College of General Practitioners, UK, United Kingdom

Speaker: Padma Wignesvaran, Royal College of GPs, United Kingdom

R1AB(3F)
Workshop
WS1-012
Research -Challenges and Opportunities for Family Medicine

Chair: Zakiur Rahman, Primary Careand Rural Health, Bangladesh

Speakers: Wynn Jones John, Wonca Working Party on Rural Practice, United Kingdom
Alan Bruce Chater, Wonca Working Party on Rural Practice, Australia
Raman Kumar, AFPI, India
Kyle Hoedebecke, Polaris, United States

E1(3F)
Seminar
SE1-003
How to Design Licensing and Recertification Evaluation for Competency-based Family Medicine Residency Training and Continuing Professional Development.

Chair: Nobutaro Ban, Aichi Medical University School of Medicine, Japan

Speaker: Hoon-Ki Park, Hanyang University of College of Medicine, Korea

E2(3F)
Workshop
WS1-013
Professional Training & Development in Family Medicine/ General Practice around the World - What Is New?

Chair: Cindy Lam, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

Speakers: Amanda Howe, President of World Organization of Family Doctors, United Kingdom
Valerie Wass, Keele University, United Kingdom
Victor Ng, College of Family Physicians of Canada, Canada
Cindy Lam, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

E3(3F)
Seminar
SE1-004
Future of Graduate Medical Education

Chairs: Jaeyong Shim, Yonsei University, Korea
KyoungKon Kim, Gacheon University, Korea

Speakers: Shinki Ahn, Yonsei University, Korea
Yonchul Park, Yonsei University, Korea

E4(3F)
Workshop
WS1-014
Re-Teaching Hospice & Palliative Medicine to Family Physicians

Chair: Maureen Grissom, Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra Northwell, United States

Speakers: Tochi Iroku-Malize, Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra Northwell, United States
Maureen Grissom, Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra Northwell, United States

E5(3F)
Workshop
WS1-015
Enhancing Student Engagement in Medical Education: Incorporating FAIR Principles in General Medicine Program at University of Health Sciences, Cambodia.

Chair: Ponndara Ith, University of Health Sciences, Cambodia

Speakers: Sambath Cheab, University of Health Sciences, Cambodia
Sengkhoun Lim, University of Health Sciences, Cambodia

E7(3F)
13:20 - 14:20 Oral Presentation
Oral
OP1-001: Education 1

Chairs: Susanne Reventlow, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Seung-Kwon Myung, National Cancer Center Graduate School of Cancer Science and Policy, Korea

OP1-001-1

Augmentation of Medical Students' Appreciation of Community-based Medicine by an Educational Program of Community-based Medicine Involving Residential Homestays

Tsuneaki Kenzaka, Division of Community Medicine and Career Development, Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan


OP1-001-2

Improving Self-Management Support for Patients with Diabetes: a report from the Connection to Health cluster randomized trial

Linda Miriam Dickinson, Family Medicine, University of Colorado, United States


OP1-001-3

“La Providence”: the First French University Health Centre, an Innovation in Primary Care

Laëtitia Gimenez, Toulouse, Maison De Santé Pluriprofessionnelle Universitaire La Providence, Département Universitaire De Médecine Générale De Toulouse, France


OP1-001-4

Using Peer Mentorship to Build Research Skills among Emerging Family Medicine Postgraduate Training Programs and the AfriWon Renaissance Young Doctors Movement in Africa

Chelsea McGuire, Family Medicine, Boston University, United States


OP1-001-5

Preventing Recurrence of Venous Thromboembolism in Cancer Patients: Results from SELECT-D, a Multicentre, Open Label, Randomised Trial

Richard Hobbs, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford, United Kingdom


OP1-001-6

Exploration of Hybrid Teaching Model Based on "Rain Class" in Residency Training in General Practice

Jian Jia, General Internal Medicine Department, The First Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University, China

209A(2F)
Oral
OP1-002: General practice 1

Chair: Christian Mallen, Keele University, United Kingdom

OP1-002-2

From ORBITA to TOAST- Top 5 Practice-changing Studies for 2017

Alan Drabkin, DynaMed, EBSCO, United States


OP1-002-3

Failure to Launch: a Family Case Presentation

Mara Renee Iballa, Family & Community Medicine, University of the Philippines - Philippine General Hospital, Philippines


OP1-002-4

Effectiveness of an Innovative Audiovisual Package on the Communication Skills of Medical Students with Psychologically Distressed Patients

Reina Alameddine, Family Medicine, American University of Beirut Medical Center, Lebanon


OP1-002-5

Transforming Regional Specialist Training

Ewen McPhee, Medicine, University of Queensland, Australia


OP1-002-6

A Current Situation Study and Professional Ability Analysis of GP Team Trained by “5+3” Model in Pudong New Area under New Reform Situation

Zhiqun Shu, Research Center, Pudong Institute for Health Development, China

210A(2F)
Oral
OP1-014: Education and General practice 2

Chair: Job FM METSEMAKERS , Maastricht University, Netherlands

OP1-014-1

High-dose Baclofen in the Management of Alcoholism: a Retrospective Study of 144 Outpatients Treated for Three Years in a French General Practitioner Clinic.

Juliette Pinot, Département De Médecine Générale, Faculté De Médecine Université Paris Descartes Paris Sorbonne Cité, France


OP1-014-2

Which Topics Are Relevant in the Care for Patients to Classify? the Road to the New International Classification of PrimaryCare.

Kees Van Boven, Department of Primary and Community Care Radboud University Nijmegen, 1953, Netherlands


OP1-014-3

Practice Based Family Medicine Residency Training in the Philippines

AILEEN ESPINA, Residency Training Committee, Philippine Academy of Family Physicians, Philippines


OP1-014-5

Development of a Reflection Guide for Palliative Care Approach for Family Medicine Residents in Japan: a Modified Delphi Study

JUN HAMANO, Faculty of Medicine, University of Tsukuba, Japan


OP1-014-6

A Novel App for Assessing the Individual's Intrinsic Capacity and Functioning

Jean Pierre Michel, European Union Geriatric Medicine Society, Switzerland

210B(2F)
Oral
OP1-003: Future Medicine 1

Chair: Frederick Chen, University of Washington, United States

OP1-003-1

Ask 3 Questions: Implementation of Shared Decision Making in General Practice

Rob Dijkstra, GP, Dutch College of General Practitioners, Netherlands


OP1-003-2

Creating Cost-effective, Low-tech Models to Improve Procedural Skill Competencies among Family Medicine Residents

Clara Rocha Michaels, Academic Family Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, Canada


OP1-003-3

Implementation of a New Procedural Skills Curriculum in a Canadian Family Medicine Residency Program: Is It Effective in Improving Residents' Confidence during and after Their Training?

Andrea Vasquez Camargo, Academic Family Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, Canada


OP1-003-4

Promoting Empathy among Medical Students: a Two-Site Randomized Controlled Study

Philippe Jaury, Département De Médecine Générale, Faculté De Médecine Université Paris Descartes Paris Sorbonne Cité, France


OP1-003-5

Understanding Use of Online Ratings and Reviews of Health Services: a Cross Sectional Survey of the UK Public

Michelle Helena Van Velthoven, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford, United Kingdom


OP1-003-6

Factors Associated with Purchasing Health Insurance in Hong Kong: a Cross-sectional Study of 10,543 Participants

Martin Wong, Department of Public Health, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

211(2F)
Oral
OP1-004: General practice 2

Chairs: Ruth Wilson, World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA), Thailand
Hyuktae Kwon, Seoul National University Hospital, Korea

OP1-004-1

Averting Potentially Avoidable Hospitalization. Applying the Patient Journey Record System in Ireland and Australia

Carmel Martin, Community, Monash Medical Centre, Australia


OP1-004-2

Exploration of Core Components of Illness Experience in Outpatients with Common Cold at a Primary Care Clinic: a Multivariate Analysis Using ICPC-2

Atsushi Mizoe, General Medicine, Ako City Hospital, Japan


OP1-004-3

Peer Education Group Intervention to Reduce Psychological Insulin Resistance: a Pilot Mixed-Method Study in a Chinese Population

Ka Yan Or, Family Medicine, Hospital Authority, Hong Kong, China


OP1-004-4

The Development of Clinical Pathways for the Management of Hypertension Disorders in Pregnancy in Indonesian Primary Care: a Study Protocol

Fitriana Ekawati, General Practice, University of Melbourne, Australia; Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia, Australia


OP1-004-5

The Influence of Outdoor Team-Building Training on Interprofessional Collaboration Levels of Undergraduate-students

Doni Widyandana, Medical Education, Faculty of Medicine Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia


OP1-004-6

Moderating Effects of Family Communication on the Association between Depressive Mood and Self-rated Health

Seo Young Kang, Department of Family Medicine, Asan Medical Center, Korea

R1C(3F)
Oral
OP1-005: Education 2

Chairs: Roar Maagaard, WONCA Europe EB, Denmark
Jae-Min Park, Gangnam Severance Hospital, Korea

OP1-005-1

Inter-professional Quality Improvement Training

Isameldin Abdelbagi, Family Medicine, Primary Health Care Corporation, Qatar


OP1-005-2

Balint Groups and Method As a Skill to Better Doctor-Patient Communication.

Iwona Tomczak-Silva, UCSP Alvalade, ARS-LVT, Portugal


OP1-005-3

A Parallel-Group, Randomised Controlled Trial of Self-Management Patient Education Intervention with a Family Doctor Team Approach for Chinese Patients with Type 2 Diabetes in Urban-Rural Fringe Setting

Harry HX WANG, School of Public Health, Sun Yat-Sen University and Chinese University of Hong Kong, China


OP1-005-4

The Knowledge on Medicinal Plants among Medical Students

Hamdi Nezih Dagdeviren, Department of Family Medicine, Trakya University School of Medicine, Turkey


OP1-005-5

Finding True North: Lessons Learned from a Research Skills Program for Rural Physicians

Dr. Cheri Bethune, Family Medicine, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada


OP1-005-6

Practice and Thinking of "Order Type, Skill Type, Three-dimensional" Training Model in the Standardized Training of General Practitioners

HUA JIANG, Department of Family Medicine, Shanghai East Hospital, Tongji University School of Medicine, China

R2A(3F)
Oral
OP1-006: Education 3

Chair: BeLong Cho, Seoul National University Hospital, Korea

OP1-006-1

Self-efficacy among Hypertensive Patients in Selangor: a Sub-analysis of MY HTN-SCP

Maliza Mawardi, Department of Family Medicine, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia


OP1-006-2

A Practice-oriented Global Health Educational Initiative: from the Perspective of East Asian Medical Students

Pinghsun Chang, Department of Family Medicine, National Taiwan University Hospital HsinChu Branch, Taiwan


OP1-006-3

The Kardinia Health Research Committee: How Deakin University Collaborates with General Practice Health Professionals to Support High-quality Research Projects.

Gerard Gill, General Practice, Deakin University, Australia


OP1-006-4

Challenges and Strategies to Implement Advanced Access in Family Medicine Teaching Clinic

Mylaine Breton, Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Sherbrooke - Longueuil Campus, Canada


OP1-006-5

The Design of Cloud Platform Based on Cloud Technology for General Practice of CPC Teaching Mood

zhao li, General Medical Center, Nanhai Hospital of Southern Medical University, China


OP1-006-6

CONDUCTING CLINICAL TRIALS in GENERAL PRACTICES – PREREQUISITES and EXPERIENCES in GERMANY

Eva Hummers, Department of General Practice, University Medical Center Göttingen, Germany

R2B(3F)
Oral
OP1-007: Education and General practice 1

Chair: William Wong, WONCA Health Equity Special Interest Group, Hong Kong, China

OP1-007-1

Home Based Management of Hypertension on Four Different Continents

Steven Van De Vijver, Primary Health Care, Amsterdam Health & Technology Institute, Netherlands


OP1-007-2

The Generation Y Medical Students : Their Perceptions and Attitude Towards Family Medicine As an Attractive Career Choice.

Olajumoke Ibrahim, Family Medicine, Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital, Nigeria


OP1-007-4

Matrix Support and the Construction of a Singular Therapeutic Project in the Management of Somatizing Patients

Bruno Brunelli, DIRAPS, Secretaria De Saúde Do Distrito Federal, Brazil


OP1-007-5

Diverse Treatments of Chronic Headache in Primary Care Settings of China

Lingping Zhu, General Practice, Shenzhen Longhua District Central Hospital/ Fudan University, China


OP2-036-6

Comprehensive Primary Health Care in the 21th Century As Measured by the Ibero-American PCAT

Jacqueline Ponzo, Family and Community Medicine, University of Republic, Uruguay

R2C(3F)
13:30 - 17:50 Special Session
SS1-003 Chinese model of family doctor contract service
E6(3F)
14:20 - 14:30 Coffee Break
14:30 - 17:50 Special Session
SS1-004 1st Distinguished Research Making Family Medicine Shine Award(DRA)

Chairs: Duk Chul Lee, Yonsei University, College of Medicine, Korea
Bohumil Seifert, 1st Faculty of Medicine Charles University, Czech Republic

203(2F)
14:30 - 16:.00 Parallel Session 2
Workshop
WS1-016
The Role and Identity of Family Physicians in elderly care in the World

Chair: Chang Won Won, Kyung Hee University School of Medicine, Korea

Speakers: Jean Pierre Michel, Geneva Medical University, Switzerland
Vivian Barrera, Changi General Hospital, Singapore
Pratyush Kumar, WONCA Rural South Asia, India
Jong Lull YOON, Hallym University Dongtan Sacred Heart Hospital, Korea

101(1F)
Seminar
SE1-005
Patient-Centered, Family-Focused and Community-Oriented Approach to Vulnerable Patients: A Selection of Family Cases Using the PFC Matrix in the Philippines

Chair: Josephine Dizon, University of the Philippines-Philippine General Hospital Department of Family and Community Medicine, Philippines

Speakers: Josephine Dizon, University of the Philippines-Philippine General Hospital Department of Family and Community Medicine, Philippines
Limuel Abrogena, University of the Philippines-Philippine General Hospital Department of Family and Community Medicine, Philippines
Kashmir Mae Engada, University of the Philippines-Philippine General Hospital Department of Family and Community Medicine, Philippines
Allan Rod Pasuelo, University of the Philippines-Philippine General Hospital Department of Family and Community Medicine, Philippines
Ma Loida Sajonas, University of the Philippines-Philippine General Hospital Department of Family and Community Medicine, Philippines

102(1F)
Workshop
WS1-017
Addressing Mental Health in Emergency Situations

Chair: Kate Anteyi, Wonca Working Party for Women & Family Medicine, Nigeria

Speakers: Kate Anteyi, Wonca Working Party for Women & Family Medicine, Nigeria
Jinan Usta, American University of Beirut Medical Center, Lebanon
Amanda Howe, President of World Organization of Family Doctors, United Kingdom

103(1F)
Workshop
WS1-018
Are You Ready for Rural?

Chair: Alan Bruce Chater, WONCA Working Party on Rural Practice, Australia

Speakers: Nagwa Hegazy, Menoufia University Family Medicine, Egypt
Alan Bruce Chater, Rural and Remote Medicine, University of Queensland, Australia
Sankha Randenikumara, Wonca Working Party on Rural Practice, Sri Lanka
John Wynn Jones, Chair Rural Wonca, United Kingdom
Zakiur Rahman, Primary Care, Bangladesh
Bikash Gauchan, Bayalpata Hospital, Nepal
Ewen McPhee, University of Queensland, Australia
Joy Mugambi, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya

104(1F)
Seminar
SE1-006
Health Big Data Science in Primary Care

Chair: Sang Min Park, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Korea

Speakers: Min Hyung Kim, Cornell University, Korea
Jooyoung Chang, Seoul National University Graduate School Department of Biomedical Sciences, Korea
Seulggie Choi, Seoul National University Graduate School Department of Biomedical Sciences, Korea
Kyuwoong Kim, Seoul National University Graduate School Department of Biomedical Sciences, Korea

105(1F)
Workshop
WS1-019
Direct Communication of Web-Based Clinical Decision Support Output to Patients and Clinicians Worldwide: Possibilities and Problems

Chair: Patrick O'Connor, HealthPartners Institute, United States

Speaker: Patrick O'Connor, HealthPartners Institute, United States

201(2F)
Workshop
WS1-020
How to Write and How to Publish - a Practical Workshop

Chair: Felicity Goodyear-Smith, Chair, WONCA Working Party on Research, University of Auckland, New Zealand

Speakers: Felicity Goodyear-Smith, Chair, WONCA Working Party on Research, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Karen Flegg, WONCA GP Synergy, Australia
Mehmet Akman, Member of Executive, WONCA Working Party on Research. Department of Family Medicine, Marmara University School of Medicine, Associate Editor, Journal of Primary Health Care Research and Development, Turkey

202(2F)
Seminar
SE1-007
Primary Care Reform and Health Services Research in East Asia — a Seminar for Establishing the East Asian Primary Care Research Network

Chair: Jungkwon Lee, Family Medicine at Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Korea

Speakers: Harry HX Wang, Sun Yat-Sen University, China
Takuya Aoki, Kyoto University, Japan
Chyi-Feng Jan, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Jae-Ho Lee, The Catholic University of Korea, Korea

205B(2F)
Workshop
WS1-021
Developing a User-centred EHealth Intervention in Primary Care: a Pragmatic Approach (Part 2)

Chair: Chirk Jenn Ng, University of Malaya, Malaysia

Speakers: Chirk Jenn Ng, University of Malaya, Malaysia
Chin Hai Teo, University of Malaya, Malaysia
Sin Kuang Lo, University of Malaya, Malaysia

209B(2F)
Workshop
WS1-022
HOW CAN WE MANAGE FAMILY MEDICINE RESIDENTS’ SCHOLARSHIP ACTIVITES AS THEIR MENTORS

Chair: Nazan KARAOGLU, Turkey

Speaker: Nazan KARAOGLU, Necmettin Erbakan University Meram Faculty of Medicine, Turkey

210B(2F)
Workshop
WS1-023
Preoperative Evaluation by Primary Care Physicians

Chair: Dr KHALIL ASHKAR, Lebanese University/American University of Beirut, Lebanon

Speaker: Umayya Musharrafieh, American University of Beirut, Lebanon

211(2F)
Workshop
WS1-024
Using the Nominal Group Technique (NGT) to Build PHC User-Provider-Manager Stakeholder Partnerships and Social Responsiveness in Health Sciences Education, Research and Service.

Chair: Graham Bresick, University of Cape Town, South Africa, Republic of

Speaker: Graham Bresick, University of Cape Town, South Africa, Republic of

Auditorium(3F)
Workshop
WS1-025
Collaboration of General Physicians & Social Workers for Quality Primary Care.

Chair: Patrick OUVRARD, SFTG, France

Speakers: Patrick OUVRARD, SFTG/WONCA, France
Nalini LAMA, Visva Barahti, India

R1AB(3F)
Workshop
WS1-026
Social Media a Means to Drive Healthcare Workforce in Primary Care

Chair: Ana Nunes Barata, WONCA, Portugal

Speakers: Ana Nunes Barata, WONCA, Portugal
Nagwa Nashat, Al Razi, Egypt
Cheyanne Vetter, Polaris, Canada
Joy Mugambi, AfriWon, Kenya
Claire Thomas, Vasco Da Gama Movement, United Kingdom
Santosh Dhungana, Spice Route, Nepal
Shin Yoshida, Rajakumar, Japan
Kyle Hoedebecke, WONCA Polaris, United States

E2(3F)
Workshop
WS1-027
The Elephant in the Room: Boundaries, Hierarchy and Relationships among Learners and Faculty: Friendly, Friends, and Favoritism.

Chair: Viviane Sachs, Univeristy of Oklahoma, United States

Speakers: Natascha Lautenschlaeger, Hendersonville Family Medicine Residency, United States
Viviane Sachs, OU, United States
Hayam Shaker, Professor Assistant BRCHS, United States

E3(3F)
Workshop
WS1-028
How to Manage with Difficult Patients.

Chair: Matteo Mannucci, IBSALUT, Spain

Speakers: Matteo Mannucci, IBSALUT, Spain
Juan Ortega Perez, IBSALUT, Spain

E4(3F)
Workshop
WS1-029
Advance Care Planning for Cancer Patients in Primary Care

Chair: Sunhyun Kim, Catholic Kwandong University, Korea

Speakers: Jun Hamano, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Wen-Yuan Lin, China Medical University, Taiwan
Sang-Yeon Suh, Dongguk University, Korea

E5(3F)
Workshop
WS1-030
It Sounds So Easy But Is It? Training Trainers for Mental Health Consultations

Chair: Evelyn Van Weel Baumgarten, EACH, Netherlands

Speaker: Val Wass, WONCA Working Party Education, United Kingdom

E7(3F)
14:30 - 16:00 Oral Presentation
Oral
OP1-008: Research

Chairs: William Wong, WONCA Health Equity Special Interest Group, Hong Kong, China
Bumjo Oh, SMG - SNU Boramae Medical Center, Korea

OP1-008-1

Integrating Care between the Hospital and the Community: the Value Proposition of Family Medicine

Kheng Hock Lee, Family Medicine, Singapore General Hospital, Singapore


OP1-008-2

Application of Self-Controlled Case-Series Method in Big Database: Herpes Zoster Increase Risk of Stroke

Luke Liang-Sien Chen, Family Medicine, Linkou Chang Chung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan


OP1-008-3

The Effectiveness of an Emotion-Focused Educational Programme in Reducing Diabetes Distress in Adults with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (VEMOFIT) at 12-Month Follow-Up: a Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial

Boon How Chew, Family Medicine, UNIVERSITI PUTRA MALAYSIA, Malaysia


OP1-008-4

Strategies of Increasing Response Rates in Surveying Doctors: Balancing Efficiency and Ethics

CHARLES MPOFU, FACULTY of HEALTH, AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY of TECHNOLOGY, New Zealand


OP1-008-5

Assessment of the Interdepartmental Referral System and Referral Satisfaction Level of Resident Physicians in the Emergency Room: Implications on Effectivity of Health Delivery System in a Tertiary Hospital in Manila

Emyr Martinez, Family and Community Medicine, Ospital Ng Maynila Medical Center, Philippines


OP1-008-6

Hypertension Index: a Generalized Linear Model to Predict Hypertension in the General Population

Taesic Lee, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Gwang-ju Institute Science and Technology, Korea

209A(2F)
Oral
OP1-009: Education 4

Chair: Jacqueline Ponzo, University of Republic, Uruguay

OP1-009-1

Curriculum Changes in the Primary Health Care Course - a Two Years Experience

MURILO MOURA SARNO, Saúde Da Coletividade / Habilidades Médicas, Faculdade De Medicina Do ABC / Universidade Municipal De São Caetano Do Sul, Brazil


OP1-009-2

Analyzing Social Capital in Canada’s Northern Healthcare Research Communities

Cheri Bethune, Family Medicine, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada


OP1-009-3

“It’s a Bit Like in Hospital” - General Practitioners’ Experiences and Strategies to Perform Nursing Home Visits

Eva Hummers, Department of General Practice, University Medical Center Göttingen, Germany


OP1-009-4

OB/GYN Training in Family Medicine Residency in Japan:A Case of One Resident in Kameda Family Clinic Tateyama

Yuki Sakai, Family Medicine, Kameda Family Clinic Tateyama, Japan


OP1-009-5

Outcome-specific Systematic Review of Controlled Clinical Studies with Homeopathic Medicines

Katharina Gaertner, Institute of Complementary Medicine, University of Bern, Switzerland


OP1-009-6

Improving Cardiovascular Care: a Report from the EvidenceNow Southwest Randomized Trial

Linda Miriam Dickinson, Family Medicine, University of Colorado, United States


OP1-009-7

Big Data Based Clinical Predictive Modeling in Immuno-oncology

Su Bin Lim, Department of Biomedical Engineering, National University of Singapore, Singapore


OP1-009-8

Applying Strategic Management Concepts in the Evaluation and Improvement of Health Systems in a Local Municipality in the Philippines

Mara Renee Iballa, Family & Community Medicine, Univeristy of the Philippines - Philippine General Hospital, Philippines

210A(2F)
Oral
OP1-010: Future Medicine and Education

Chair: Soo Young Kim, Kangdong Sacred Heart Hospital, Korea

OP1-010-1

Initiating Community Based Family Medicine Training Centers to Minimize Unmet Needs of Family Medicine Training in Myanmar

TIN Aye, Chairman, Myanmar Academy of Family Physicians, Myanmar


OP1-010-2

Multivariable Prediction Algorithms for Individual and Organizational Risk of Mental Disorders

JianLi Wang, School of Epidemiology and Public Health, University of Ottawa, Canada


OP1-010-3

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening Program Using Hand-Held Ultrasound in Primary Healthcare

Antoni Sisó-Almirall, CAP Les Corts, Consorci D'Atenció Primària De Salut Barcelona Esquerre, Spain


OP1-010-4

Google Classroom As a Tool for E-learning Targeted to PHC Professionals - Experience Report

Bruno Brunelli, DIRAPS, Secretaria De Saúde Do Distrito Federal, Brazil


OP1-010-5

Undergraduate Medical Education and Training Provision for Primary Care in Medical Schools in South Asia: a Systematic Review

Toby Helliwell, RI for Primary Care & Health Sciences, Institute of Primary Care and Health Sciences, United Kingdom


OP1-010-6

Training and Expectations of the Resident Doctor of Family Medicine in Peru

Rosa Villanueva, Lima, Policlinico Alberto Barton, Peru


OP1-010-7

'Do We Need to Teach Medical Students on How to Interaction with the Pharmaceutical Industry': Views from Malaysian Primary Care Practitioners(PCP).

Noor Harzana Harrun, Pandamaran Health Clinic, Klang, Ministry of Health Malaysia, Malaysia


OP1-010-8

Using Facebook As an Online Peer- Mentoring Platformfor Myanmar General Practitioners: a Mixed Method Study

TIN MYO HAN, Primary Care Research Unit & International Relations, Myanmar General Practitioners' Society, Myanmar


OP1-010-9

Total Bilirubin Is Associated with Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth in Diarrhea Predominant Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Sang-Hoon Lee, Department of Family Medicine, Weedahm Oriental Hospital, Korea

R1C(3F)
Oral
OP1-011: General practice 3
OP1-011-1

Nortriptyline in Knee Osteoarthritis (NortIKA Study): a Randomised Controlled Trial

Les Toop, General Practice, University of Otago Christchurch, New Zealand


OP1-011-2

The Effect of an Educational Intervention on Self-efficacy and Self-management in Patients with Diabetes and Kidney Disease: a Randomized Pilot Study

Dilmini Kalambaarachchi, Family Medicine, SingHealth Polyclinics, Singapore


OP1-011-3

Using Mobile Instant Messenger in Medical Career Intervention

Rizma Adlia Syakurah, Public Health and Community Medicine Department, Sriwijaya University, Indonesia


OP1-011-4

Facilitators and Barriers to Teaching Undergraduate Medical Students in Primary Care: the General Practitioners’ Perspective

John Barber, Department of Primary Care and Population Health, University College London, United Kingdom


OP1-011-5

Utilizing the PFC Matrix in Managing a Family with Depression

Criselda Isabel Cenizal, Family and Community Medicine, Philippine General Hospital, Philippines


OP1-011-6

Hepatitis B Learning Needs Assessment of Family Medicine Residents in Metro Cebu

Farrah Busico, Family Medicine, Philippine Academy of Family Physicians, Philippines


OP1-011-7

Lung Ultrasound in the Diagnosis of Heart Failure in Primary Care

Laura Conangla, Primary Care, Institut Català De La Salut, Spain


OP1-011-8

Development of an Educational Course on Patient Safety Issues for Teachers in General Practice/Family Medicine

SPYRIDON KLINIS, HIPPOCRATES EDUCATIONAL COMMITTEE, HIPPOCRATES (ASSOCIATION of GP/FM in GREECE), Greece


OP1-007-3

INTERNATIONAL GENERAL PRACTICE in SHANGHAI

JINGWEN GU, FUDAN UNIVERSITY, China

R2A(3F)
Oral
OP1-012: Future Medicine 2

Chair: Constance Pond, University of Newcastle, Australia

OP1-012-1

More Prepared, But Practicing Even Less: Changes in Practice Patterns among New Family Physicians

Frederick Chen, Family Medicine, University of Washington, United States


OP1-012-2

Traditional Chinese Medicine Primary Care in Chinese Population

Wendy Wong, Hong Kong Institute of Integrative Medicine, School of Chinese Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China


OP1-012-3

Identifying Heart Failure Patients in Primary Care EMRs

Karen Tu, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto, Canada


OP1-012-4

Family and Occupational Medicine Approach As an Evaluation for Case Management Competency in Undergraduate Medical School Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia (FMUI)

Retno Asti Werdhani, Department of Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia


OP1-012-5

The Attitudes of Caribbean Medical Students on Family Medicine

Amber Wheatley, Family Medicine, WONCA Polaris, Virgin Islands (British)


OP1-012-6

Contextualizing Patients As Individuals: Using Patient Story to Teach Health Determinants

Viviana Martinez-Bianchi, Community and Family Medicine, Duke University Health System, United States


OP1-012-7

Real-time Mobile Manpower Allocation at Emergency Walk-in Clinics

Lok Hang LEUNG, Family Medicine & Primary Health Care, Kowloon West Cluster, Hospital Authority, Hong Kong, China


OP1-012-8

Primary Care Health Apps: a Proposed Framework to Guide Clinical Risk Assessment and Promote Safer Use

Michelle Helena Van Velthoven, Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford, United Kingdom


OP1-012-9

COPC in Family Medicine Resident’s Training Curriculum

Jie-Ying Wu, Family Medicine, Taipei Medical University Shuang Ho Hospital, Taiwan

R2B(3F)
Oral
OP1-013: Education 5

Chair: Kanu Bala, University of Science & Technology Chittagong, Bangladesh

OP1-013-1

Primary Care Classroom without Walls: Integrating Rural Street Medicine into Medical Education

Noemi Doohan, Family and Community Medicine, University of California Davis/Adventist Health Ukiah Valley, United States


OP1-013-2

Assessment of the Perception of Primary Care Doctors on Knowledge, Benefits and Utilization of Information and Communications Technology in Developing Countries: Nigeria in Perspective.

CHRISTIANA CHIKAODIRI IFEME, FAMILY MEDICINE, FEDERAL TEACHING HOSPITAL ABAKALIKI, EBONYI STATE, Nigeria


OP1-013-3

Barriers and Possibilities in Learning Focused Cardiac Ultrasound in Primary Care: a Qualitative Interview-study

Gunnar Nilsson, Public Health and Clinical Medicine; Family Medicine, Umeå University, Sweden


OP1-013-4

Chronic Disease Management in Primary Care Settings: Immunology Solutions

Priyanka Arya, Elemental Technology Development, Sysmex Corporation, Japan


OP1-013-5

Effectivity of Oral Combination of Eurycoma Longifolia and Chloroquine As Antimalaria in Mice-infected by Plasmodium Berghei

Melati Padma Adiprameswari, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia


OP1-013-6

The Impact of Continuity Vs. Serial Facilitators on Medical Student Education

Adam Saperstein, Family Medicine, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, United States


OP1-013-7

Developing the Indicators of Patient-Centered and Comprehensive Practice for Post Graduate Education Purposes

Farida Rusnianah, Family Medicine, Universitas Islam Malang, Indonesia


OP1-013-8

Continuing Professional Development for General Practitioners to Approach Adolescents for Preventing Non-communicable Diseases (NCDs)

Mora Claramita, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

R2C(3F)
5 min. Presentation
PP1-125

The Evolution and the Influence of Writing a Reflective Book in Medical and Dental Students: a 10-year Implementation for the Module of Medical Rural Studies at Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand.

Seekaow Churproong, Family and Community Medicine, Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand


PP1-126

Effect of Pre-residency Work Experiences of Doctors on Choosing Residency Program

Hamdi Nezih Dagdeviren, Department of Family Medicine, Trakya University School of Medicine, Turkey


PP1-127

Usefulness of an Authenticated Scenario for Evaluation of Patient Centeredness

KYE-YEUNG PARK, FAMILY MEDICINE, HANYANG UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER, Korea


PP1-206

The Effect of Educational Therapy on the Control of Hypertensive and Diabetic Patients - Systematic Review

Irvin Takayanagi, UBS Vila Clara, Associação Paulista Para O Desenvolvimento Da Medicina, Brazil


PPP1-124

The Efficacy of Therapeutic Education in Patients with Osteoarthritis in General Practice

Victoria Tkachenko, Family Medicine, Shupyk National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Ukraine


PP1-030

PREVENTIVE EFFECTS of a SARDINE-ENRICHED DIET on METABOLIC and METABOLOME PROFILE in a ELDERLY POPULATION with PREDIABETES

Antoni Sisó-Almirall, CAP Les Corts, Consorci D'Atenció Primària De Salut Barcelona Esquerre, Spain


PP1-050

Depression, Self-esteem and Psychoactive Substance Consumption in Pathological Gamblers: a Tunisian Study

Rawda Ben Othman, Family Medecine Department, Medical School of Monastir Tunisia, Tunisia


PP1-031

Smoking and Associated Factors among School Teenagers in the City of Sousse, Tunisia

Skander Essafi, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine Ibn El Jazzar Sousse - University of Sousse - Tunisia, Tunisia


PP1-048

Long Term Smoking Cessation Rate According to Mindfulness Level

Mijeong Park, Family Medicine, Hallym University Sacred Hear Hospital, Korea


PPP1-243

Sleep Latency in Men and Sleep Duration in Women Can Be Frailty Markers in Community-dwelling Older Adults: the Korean Frailty and Aging Cohort Study

IRIM KANG, Family Medicine, Kyung-Hee University Hospital, Korea


PP1-097

Shanghai Parents’ Perception and Attitude Towards the Use of Antibiotics on Children: a Cross-sectional Study

Jian Wang, General Practice Department, General Practice Department of Zhongshan Hospital,Fudan University,Shanghai,China, China


PP1-095

Implementing End of Life Conversations in a Hospice Setting: What Are the Predictors?

Chirk Jenn Ng, Department of Primary Care Medicine, University of Malaya, Malaysia

Exhibition Hall(1F)
16:00 - 16:20 Poster Presentation
PP1 Dowonload
16:00 - 16:20 Coffee Break
16:20 - 17:50 Parallel Session 3
Workshop
WS1-031
Role of a Family Doctor: " Teacher of Professionalism"

Chair: Julie Chen, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

Speakers: Julie Chen, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
Weng-Yee Chin, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

101(1F)
Workshop
WS1-032
Overdiagnosis and Preventive Measures - Policy and Practice in the European Countries

Chair: Mateja Bulc, WONCA EUROPREV Network (past President), Slovenia

Speakers: Johann A. Sigurdsson, Nordic Federation of General Practice, Iceland
Anna Stavdal, Wonca Europe (president), GP Bolteløkke Legesenter, Oslo, Norway
Mateja Bulc, Medical Faculty of University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Jose-Miguel Bueno-Ortiz, Sociedad Española De Medicina Familar Y Comunitaria (SEMFYC) , Spain
Rob Dijkstra, Dutch College of General Practice (chair), Netherlands

102(1F)
Seminar
SE1-008
The Role of EHealth in Primary Care

Chair: Kiheon Lee, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea

Speakers: Warrick Junsuk Kim, WHO, Korea
Hyejin Lee, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea
Se Young Jung, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea

103(1F)
Workshop
WS1-033
Introduction to Implementation Science in Primary Care

Chair: Chirk Jenn Ng, University of Malaya, Malaysia

Speakers: Chirk Jenn Ng, University of Malaya, Malaysia
Wen Ting Tong, University of Malaya, Malaysia
Yew Kong Lee, University of Malaya, Malaysia
Ping Yein Lee, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

104(1F)
Seminar
SE1-009
Technology for Improving Quality and Access to Health Care in Resource Limited Setting

Chair: Jong-koo Lee, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Korea

Speakers: Dong Kyun Park, Gachon University Gil Medical Center, Korea
Beomseok Suh, Lunit, Inc., Korea
Ju Young Kim, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea
Sola Kim, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea

105(1F)
Workshop
WS1-034
Combining Research and Daily Clinical Practice: Experiences and Strategies for the Young Family Doctor.

Chair: Kenneth Yakubu, AfriWon Renaissance, Nigeria

Speakers: Kenneth Yakubu, AfriWon Renaissance, Nigeria
Kyle Hoedebecke, WONCA Polaris, United States
Nagwa Nashat, Al Razi, Egypt

201(2F)
Workshop
WS1-035
Developing PHC Measures – Is It Possible to Capture the Values of PHC?

Chair: Chris Van Weel, Radboud University, Netherlands

Speakers: Felicity Goodyear-Smith, Chair, WONCA Working Party on Research, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Ryuki Kassai, Fukushima Medical University, Japan
Andrew Bazemore, Robert Graham Center, United States

202(2F)
Workshop
WS1-036
Rural Family Medicine Cafe: Seoul Edition

Chair: Amber Wheatley, WONCA Polaris, Virgin Islands (British)

Speakers: Amber Wheatley, WONCA Polaris, Virgin Islands (British)
Kyle Hodebecke, WONCA Polaris, United States
Kim Yu, Vituity, United States

205B(2F)
Workshop
WS1-037
Young, Female and Leading: the Spice Girls Reshaped the Music Industry. Can #WomenInMedicine Do the Same for Family Medicine?

Chair: Claire Thomas, Vasco Da Gama Movement, United Kingdom

Speakers: Claire Thomas, Vasco Da Gama Movement, United Kingdom
Raluca Zoițanu, WONCA Europe, Romania

209A(2F)
Seminar
SE1-010
Role of Family Physicians in Primary Health Care – Past, Present and Future

Chair: Kanu Bala, WONCA South Asia, Bangladesh

Speaker: Kanu Bala, Bangladesh Insatitute of Family Medicine & Research, Bangladesh

209B(2F)
Workshop
WS1-038
Prevention of Musculo-skeletal Disorders(MSDs) Due to Use of Computers and Hand-held Devices (including Smart-phones) – by Following Basic Simple Postures and Precautions/Tips!!

Chair: KISHORE MADHWANI, HINDUSTAN UNILEVER LIMITED, India

Speaker: KISHORE MADHWANI, HINDUSTAN UNILEVER LIMITED, India

210A(2F)
Workshop
WS1-009
Student-led Initiative for Social Accountability in Medical Schools

Chair: Tarek Ezzine , International Federation of Medical Students' Associations, Netherlands

Speaker: Tarek Ezzine , International Federation of Medical Students' Associations, Netherlands

210B(2F)
Workshop
WS1-039
Indigenous and Minority Groups Health Issues

Chair: Tane Taylor, Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners, New Zealand

Speaker: Tane Taylor, Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners, New Zealand

211(2F)
Workshop
WS1-040
Effective Advocacy to Advance Family Medicine– Personal, Professional, and Political

Chair: Viviana Martinez-Bianchi, WONCA, United States

Speakers: Amanda Howe, President of World Organization of Family Doctors, United Kingdom
Viviana Martinez-Bianchi, WONCA-WHO Liaison, and Executive Member-at-Large, United States
Ana Nunes Barata, WONCA Young Doctor Representative on WONCA Executive, Portugal

Auditorium(3F)
Workshop
WS1-041
Digital Health International Policy Directions

Chair: Ewen McPhee, WONCA Rural Working Party, Australia

Speaker: John Wynn-Jones, WONCA Rural Working Party, United Kingdom

R1AB(3F)
Seminar
SE1-011
Integrating Mental Health into Routine Family Practice: Essential to Future Professional Excellence

Chair: Larry A. Green, University of Colorado Department of Family Medicine and Eugene S. Farley Jr Health Policy Center, United States

Speakers: Larry A. Green, University of Colorado Department of Family Medicine and Eugene S. Farley Jr Health Policy Center, United States
Stephanie Gold, University of Colorado Department of Family Medicine and Eugene S. Farley Jr Health Policy Center, United States
Perry Dickinson, University of Colorado Department of Family Medicine and Director of Practice Improvement, United States
Sarah Hemeida, University of Colorado Department of Family Medicine and Eugene S. Farley Jr Health Policy Center, United States

R2C(3F)
Workshop
WS1-042
Research and Family and Community Medicine: How to Harmonize with People's Needs?

Chair: Jacqueline Ponzo, Ibero-American Research Network on Family and Community Medicine, Uruguay

Speakers: Jacqueline Ponzo, University of Republic. Depatment of Family and Community Medicine, Uruguay
Graham Bresick, University of Cape Town, South Africa, Republic of

E1(3F)
Seminar
SE1-012
Continuing Medical Education: Experience of Educating Board-certified Family Physicians in Different Countries

Chair: Sunwoo Sung, Asan Medical Center, Korea

Speakers: Stephen A. Wilson, President, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine(STFM), United States
Kei Miyazaki, Mie University Family Medicine, Japan
Yonchul Park, Yonsei University, Korea

E2(3F)
Workshop
WS1-043
Writing an Effective Research Paper

Chair: Kate Anteyi, Wonca Working Party for Women & Family Medicine, Nigeria

Speaker: Elizabeth Reji, Witwatersrand University, South Africa

E3(3F)
Workshop
WS1-044
Using Arts in the Training of Primary Care Professionals

Chair: Mehmet Akman, Marmara University, Turkey

Speaker: Mehmet Akman, EFPC, Turkey

E4(3F)
Seminar
SE1-013
Considerations and Recommendations in Special Population in Primary Care

Chair: Chong Yau Ong, Sengkang Health, Singapore

Speaker: Chong Yau Ong, Sengkang Health, Singapore

E5(3F)
16:20 - 17:50 Oral Presentation
Oral
OP1-015: General practice 4

Chair: Bruce Arroll, University of Auckland, New Zealand

OP1-015-1

Curricular Reorganization in the Undergraduate Program of Human Medicine of the University of the University of Environmental Applied Sciences: Redoing the Path in the Search for the Medical Professional That Colombia Needs

Lina María Mahecha Rivera, Medicina Familiar, Universidad De Ciencias Aplicadas Y Ambientales, Colombia


OP1-015-2

Level of Knowledge of Signs of Alarm of Acute Respiratory Infections in Caregivers of Child under 5 Years in a Primary Care Unit

Julieta Fabiola Lechuga Velazquez, Medico Familiar Familiy Doctor, Intituto Mexicano Del Seguro Social UMAA 55, Mexico


OP1-015-3

Association of Interactive Reminders and Automated Messages with Persistent Adherence to Colorectal Cancer Screening: a Randomised Clinical Trial

Martin Wong, Department of Public Health, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China


OP1-015-4

Comprehensive Emergency Skills Training for District Hospital Teams

Bruce Dahlman, Family Medicine, Kabarak University, Kenya


OP1-015-5

FREQUENCIES of FOOD CONSUMPTION in PATIENTS with CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES

Lazzat Zhamaliyeva, Evidence Based Medicine and Research Management, West Kazakhstan Marat Ospanov State Medical University, Kazakhstan


OP1-015-6

Updated Entrustable Professional Activities for a Family Medicine Residency Training Program

Jose Francois, Family Medicine, University of Manitoba, Canada


OP1-015-7

Multimorbidity and Community Resource – a Call for Reconceptualisation

Maria Kordowicz, School of Population Health and Evironmental Sciences, King's College London, United Kingdom


OP1-015-8

Old Rockers Never Die

JUAN ORTEGA PÉREZ, URGENCIAS ADULTOS, HOSPITAL UNIVERSITARI SON ESPASES, Spain

R2A(3F)
Oral
OP1-016: Future medicine and General Practice

Chair: Valerie Wass, Keele University, United Kingdom

OP1-016-1

Bacloville: a Clinical Efficacy Study of High Dose Baclofen in Reducing Alcohol Consumption in High Risk Drinkers.

Philippe Jaury, Département De Médecine Générale, Faculté De Médecine Université Paris Descartes Paris Sorbonne Cité, France


OP1-016-2

Testing the Utility and Usability of a Mobile Web-app to Improve Health Screening Uptake in Men: the ScreenMen Study

Chin Hai Teo, Primary Care Medicine, University of Malaya, Malaysia


OP1-016-3

Anticipatory Care in Unstable Health Journeys

Carmel Martin, Community, Monash Medical Centre, Australia


OP1-016-4

Family-relationship in Diabetic Patients' Illness Experiences for Successful Diabetes Management

Eal Whan Park, Department of Family Medicine, College of Medicine, Dankook University, Korea


OP1-016-5

The Development of a Gastric Cancer Risk Prediction Model among Koreans Based on Data Collected from National Health Insurance Service

Junho Choi, Familiy Medicine, NHIS Ilsan Hospital, Korea


OP1-016-6

Coronary Calcification Is Reversely Related with Bone and Hair Calcium: the Relationship among Different Calcium Pools in Body

Sang-Hoon Lee, Department of Family Medicine, Weedahm Oriental Hospital, Korea


OP1-016-7

Evaluation and Comparison of Empathy Levels in General Practitioners and Different Clinical Specialties

Augusto Granel, Servicio De Medicina Familiar Y Comunitaria, Hospital Italiano De Buenos Aires, Argentina


OP1-016-8

Heritability of Muscle Mass in Korean Parents-Offspring Pairs in KNHANES V (2010-2011)

Juyoung You, Family Medicine, Chungang University Hospital, Korea

R2B(3F)
18:10 - 19:30 Welcome Reception
Topic for October 19: Global Health

Today’s topic is “Global Health” with lectures by Dr. Young-soo Shin, regional director of the World Health Organization, and Dr. Kate Anteyi.

Dr. Shin will focus on the importance of primary care to combat non-communicable diseases in terms of universal health coverage.
Dr. Anteyi will focus on how primary care physicians deal with the global perspective of mitigating infectious diseases from her insightful experiences with the United States Agency for International Development.

For more about the programs, please click the download button below.


08:00 - 09:00 Parallel Session 4
Workshop
WS2-045
Building a GP/ FP Curriculum That Is More Reflective of Variety of Practice and Uniform across Regions (yet Include Individual Regional Needs)

Chair: Santosh DhunganaBayalpata Hospital, Nepal

Speaker: Santosh DhunganaBayalpata Hospital, Nepal
101(1F)

Workshop
WS2-046
Role of Global Health in Physicians’ Lifelong Career Development

Chair: Alex Ivanov, American Academy of Family Physicians, United States

Speakers: Jeffrey Markuns, Boston University, United States
Megan Guffey, Lake Chelan Community Hospital & Clinics, United States
Lauren Bull, University of Colorado, United States
Kiera Hayes, University of Rochester School of Medicine, United States
Alex Ivanov, American Academy of Family Physicians, United States

102(1F)
Seminar
SE2-014
Implementation of the Patients Medical Home Model: the Canadian Experience.

Chair: Michael Green, Queen's University, Canada

Speakers: Michael Green, Queen's University, Canada
Ruth Wilson, Queen's University, Canada
Michael Kidd, University of Toronto, Canada

103(1F)
Workshop
WS2-047
“Bid” to care under SingHealth Match-A-Nurse

Chair: Ang Seng Bin ANG, Singapore Health Services, Singapore

Speakers: Cheng Shu Juan CHENG, Singapore Health Services, Singapore
Sylvia NEO, Singapore Health Services, Singapore

104(1F)
Seminar
SE2-015
Family and Community Medicin As Part of Critical Medical Model

Chair: Jacqueline Ponzo, Andean University Simon Bolivar - University of the Republic, Uruguay

Speaker: Jacqueline Ponzo, Andean University Simon Bolivar - University of the Republic, Uruguay

105(1F)
Workshop
WS2-048
Educational Reform in the General Medicine Program at University of Health Sciences Cambodia: Progress of a Multi-year Partnership in Family Medicine Development

Chair: Laura Goldman, Boston University, United States

Speakers: Laura Goldman, Boston University, United States
Ponndara Ith, University of Health Sciences, Cambodia
Sengkhoun Lim, University of Health Science, Cambodia

201(2F)
Workshop
WS2-049
Primary Care and Rural Health for Sustainable Development-Experience from Developing and Developed Countries.

Chair: Zakiur Rahman, Primary Care & Rural Health Bangladesh, Bangladesh

Speakers: Wynn Jones John, Wonca Working Party on Rural Practice, United Kingdom
Saito Manabu, RGPJ, Japan

202(2F)
Workshop
WS2-050
Health Equity across Nations I

Chair: Kim Yu, Vituity, United States

Speakers: Kim Yu, Vituity, United States
William Wong, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
Nagwa Nashat, Menoufia University, Egypt
Julie Wood, AAFP, United States
Edgar Leon, Public Health Magister, Ecuador

203(2F)
Workshop
WS2-052
Leadership Skills for Women Family Doctors: Cultural and Regional Perspectives

Chair: Omneya Ezzat ELSHERIF, Egyptian Medical Women Association, Egypt

Speaker: Omneya Ezzat ELSHERIF, WWPWFM, Egypt

209B(2F)
Seminar
SE2-016
The Role of Primary Health Care for Resilient Health System in North Korea

Chair: Sang Min Park, Seoul National University Hospital, Korea

Speaker: Hae Won Lee, Seoul Medical Center, Korea

210A(2F)
Workshop
WS2-053
From Twigs to the Big Tree! How Do YOU Strengthen a Young Doctors' Network?

Chair: Raluca Zoițanu, WONCA Europe, Romania

Speakers: Raluca Zoitanu, WONCA Europe, Romania
Claire Marie Thomas, Vasco Da Gama Movement, United Kingdom
Ana Nunes Barata, WONCA, Portugal
Katarzyna Nessler, Vasco Da Gama Movement, Poland

211(2F)
Seminar
SE2-017
Family Medicine Revolution: the Origin Story and How to Become the Heroes Our People Need

Chair: Jay W. Lee, Venice Family Clinic, United States

Speaker: Jay W. Lee, Venice Family Clinic, United States

Auditorium(3F)
Workshop
WS2-054
Planned Parenthood in Rural Primary Care

Chair: BIKASH Gauchan, Possible, Nepal

Speaker: Girish Awasthi, Nick Simons Institute (NSI), Nepal

R1AB(3F)
Workshop
WS2-055
PGetting Published in Rural and Remote Health

Chair: Amanda Barnard, Australian National University Medical School, Australia

Speaker: Amanda Barnard, Australian National University Medical School, Australia

E1(3F)
Seminar
SE2-018
The Art of Calypso for Public Health in Caribbean Culture

Chair: Amber Wheatley, WONCA Polaris, Virgin Islands (British)

Speaker: Amber Wheatley, WONCA Polaris, Virgin Islands (British)

E2(3F)
Workshop
WS2-056
The Besrour / WONCA Storybooth

Chair: Christine Gibson, University of Calgary, Canada

Speakers: Christine Gibson, University of Calgary, Canada
Clayton Dyck, University of British Columbia, Canada

E3(3F)
Seminar
SE2-019
The Pervasive and Harmful Health Effects of Racism

Chair: Maria Veronica Svetaz, HCMC, U of MN, United States

Speaker: Maria Veronica Svetaz, HCMC, U of MN, United States

E5(3F)
Workshop
WS2-057
Is Life Really Black and White - or Can We Give It a Grey Nuance? - Let’s Talk about Gender

Chair: Miguel Pisco, ACES Arco Ribeirinho, Portugal

Speakers: Mariana Santos, ACES Porto Ocidental, Portugal
Sara Azevedo, ACES Leziria, Portugal
Miguel Pisco, ACES Arco Ribeirinho, Portugal

E6(3F)
Workshop
WS2-058
Engaging Members Worldwide

Chair: Helen Stokes Lampard, Royal College of General Practitioners, United Kingdom

Speaker: Michael Holmes, Royal College of General Practitioners, United Kingdom

E7(3F)
08:00 - 09:00 Oral Presentation
Oral
OP2-017: Strategy to improve a primary care

Chairs: Felicity Goodyear Smith, Wonca WP Research, New Zealand
Eunju Sung, Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, Korea

OP2-017-1

Is Giving Patients a Regular Family Physician Effective to Reduce Emergency Department Visits? Not for All Patients, According to an Observational Study in Quebec

Melanie Ann Smithman, Department of Medicine and Health Sciences, Universite De Sherbrooke, Canada


OP2-017-2

Reduction of Medical Expenditure in Primary Care Physician-Oriented Care Model in Taiwan

Tsung Po Chen, Department of Family Medicine, China Medical University and Hospital, Taiwan


OP2-017-3

Sex-specific Trends of Educational Inequalities in Hypertension and Diabetes from 1999 to 2014: a Serial Cross-sectional Study of 97,481 Community-dwelling Adults in Hong Kong.

Gary Ka-Ki Chung, JC School of Public Health and Primary Care, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China


OP2-017-4

Effective Strategies to Improve Willingness of Primary Care Physicians to Provide Home Visit for the Elderly- from Zero to Great Experience of Yi-Lan Medical Association, Taiwan

Hsien-Cheng Chang, Department of Family Medicine, Lotung Poh-Ai Hospital, Taiwan


OP2-017-5

The Efficacy of Intravenous Artesunate in the Management of Severe Malaria in Nigerian Adults.

Olajumoke Ibrahim, Family Medicine, Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital, Nigeria

209A(2F)
Oral
OP2-018: Chrocin diseases and family physician

Chairs: Martin Wong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
ChulMin Kim, The Catholic University of Korea, Seoul St. Mary's Hospital, Korea

OP2-018-1

Perspective of a Patient with Alzheimer's and Family Disfunction

Erdon Garcia, Duarte Province, National Health Service, Dominican Republic


OP2-018-2

Screening Undesired Interactions among Chronically Used Medications in Congestive Heart Failure Patients in a Urban Primary Care Center in Israel

ILAN HEINRICH, FAMILY MEDICINE, CLALIT HEALTH SERVICES, Israel


OP2-018-3

The Unmet Healthcare Needs of Chronically Ill Patients Who Apply to the Educational Primary Care Center

Sema Nur Sahin, Family Medicine Specialist, Kırklareli Vize State Hospital, Turkey


OP2-018-4

Effectiveness of Multidisciplinary Team Approach Technique on Controlling HbA1C in Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 Patients

EKARAT CHANWANPEN, Family and Community Medicine, Sichon Hospital, Thailand


OP2-018-5

Neuropsychiatric Manifestations of Vitamin B12 Deficiency - the Role of the Family Physician

Nana Kwame Ayisi-Boateng, University Hospital, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana


OP2-018-6

Five Years after Implementation of Urban Family Physician Program in Fars Province of Iran: Are People’s Knowledge and Practice Satisfactory?

Behnam Honarvar, Institute of Health, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences,Shiraz,Iran, Health Policy Research Center, Iran

R1C(3F)
Oral
OP2-019: Global health issues

Chairs: Chris Van Weel, Radboud University, Netherlands
Hong Ji Song, Hallym University Sacred Heart Hospital, Korea

OP2-019-2

Checking the Checkboxes- a Critical Appraisal of Clinical Quality Measures

Alan Drabkin, DynaMed, EBSCO, United States


OP2-019-3

Prevalence of Obesity in Type 2 Diabetic Patients and Its Relationship with Diabetic Retinopathy in Hong Kong Public Primary Care Setting

TL Sylvia Chow, Department of Family Medicine, Hospital Authority(NTEC), Hong Kong, China


OP2-019-4

Gynecomastia – How to Approach?

Rita Meireles Pedro, USF Horizonte, ULS Matosinhos, Portugal


OP2-019-5

An Investigation into the Attitude and Behaviour of General Practitioners in Relation to the Medicine Management Programme’s Preferred Drugs List

Conor Kennedy, General Practice, RCGP, Ireland


OP2-019-6

Surveillance of Zika Virus Infection in Travelers Returning to Republic of Korea

Sukhyun Ryu, Division of Infectious Disease Control, Gyeonggi Provincial Government, Korea

R2A(3F)
Oral
OP2-020: Various perspectives of primary care 1

Chairs: Bohumil Seifert, 1st Faculty of Medicine Charles University, Czech Republic
Hae Jin Ko, Department of Family Medicine, Kyungpook National University Hospital, Korea

OP2-020-1

Sex-Specific Intergenerational Trends in Self-Reported Morbidity Burden and Multi-Morbidity Status in Hong Kong: an Age-Period-Cohort Analysis of Repeated Population Surveys

Francisco Lai, The Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China


OP2-020-2

Factors Associated with the Use of Dietary Supplements and Over-the-counter Medications in Japanese Elderly Patients

Shoichi Masumoto, Department of Primary Care and Medical Education, University of Tsukuba, Japan


OP2-020-3

Exploring the Tool Box Used by Family Doctors to Treat Chronic Depression

Daniel Widmer, PMU - University Lausanne, University Institute of Family Medicine, Switzerland


OP2-020-4

Family Doctor and Home Care at Low-income Comunity in Brazil - an Experience Report

Victor Souza, APS, Casa De Saúde Santa Marcelina, Brazil


OP2-020-5

End-of -life Decision Making: Perspectives of Caregivers of Patients with Severe Dependence Treated in Primary Health Center.

Carmen Nadal, Primary Health Care, CorMun Rancagua, Chile


OP2-020-6

Transformative Leadership for Health Equity: the Case of a Local Village in the Philippines

MEREDITH LABARDA, MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY of the PHILIPPINES, Philippines

R2B(3F)
09:00 - 12:00 Paid Workshop
SS2-005 Upper GI(EGD) Endoscopy

Chair: Young-Kyu Park, Bundang Jesaeng General Hospital, Korea

E4(3F)
09:00 - 09:20 Break
09:20 - 09:35 Daily Report
09:35 - 10:20 Plenary Lecture 3
SPL3 The future of primary health care in the Western Pacific

Chairs: Donald Li, World Organization of Family Doctors, China
Jong Koo Lee, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Korea

Speaker: Young-soo Shin, Regional Director for the Western Pacific, World Health Organization, Korea

Auditorium(3F)
10:20 - 10:40 Coffee Break
10:20 - 10:40 Exercise Demonstration
Exercise Demonstration

Heui Yung Lee, Gyeongju New Millennium Hospital, Korea

Exhibition Hall(1F)
10:40 - 12:10 Parallel Session 5
Workshop
WS2-059
WONCA Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Standards: Meeting the Needs of WONCA Membership Organizations.

Chair: Victor Ng, College of Family Physicians of Canada, Canada

Speaker: Val Wass, WONCA Working Party on Education, United Kingdom

101(1F)
Seminar
SE2-020
Crossing Cultural Bridges in a Globalised World

Chair:Victor Loh, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Speakers: Lay Hoon Goh, National University of Singapore, Singapore
John Furler, University of Melbourne, Australia
Carmen Wong, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
Victor Loh, National University of Singapore, Singapore

102(1F)
Workshop
WS2-060
Developing a Sustainable Practice Policy

Chair: VAlice McGushin, WONCA Working Party on the Environment, United Kingdom

Speakers: Alice McGushin, WONCA Working Party on the Environment, United Kingdom
Enrique Barros, WONCA Working Party on the Environment, Brazil

103(1F)
Workshop
WS2-061
Technology As a Tool for Family Medicine Teaching and Primary Care Advocacy

Chair: Kyle Hoedebecke, Yongsan Health Clinic, Korea

Speakers: Kyle Hoedebecke, Yongsan Health Clinic, Korea
Kim Yu, Covenant Healthcare, United States

104(1F)
Workshop
WS2-062
Updates on the Primary Care Assessment Tool (PCAT) and New Developments for Worldwide Use

Chair: Jeff Markuns, Boston University, United States

Speakers: Jae-Ho Lee, The Catholica University of Korea, Korea
Karen Kinder, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States
Graham Bresick, University of Cape Town, South Africa, Republic of
Jacqueline Ponzo, Sociedad Uruguaya De Medicina Familiar Y Comunitaria, Uruguay
Hoa Nguyen, Hue University of Medicine & Pharmacy, Vietnam
Marcelo Rodrigues Goncalves, Universidade Federal Do Rio Grande Do Sul, Brazil

105(1F)
Workshop
WS2-063
Deliberative Method to Deal with Ethical Issues in Primary Health Care

Chair: Carmen Nadal, CorMun Rancagua, Chile

Speaker: Carmen Nadal, CorMun Rancagua, Chile

201(2F)
Workshop
WS2-064
First Management of Second Victims in a Rural Family Practice:

Chair: Jose Miguel Bueno Ortiz, Semfyc/Wonca Working Party on Quality and Safety, Spain

Speaker: Maria Pilar Astier Peña, Semfyc/Wonca Working Party on Quality and Safety, Spain

202(2F)
Workshop
WS2-065
International Rural Emergency Care: a Canadian and Australian Perspective for the Primary Care Physician

Chair: Tim Baker, Deakin University, Australia

Speakers: Richard Fleet, Université Laval, Canada
Timothy Baker, Centre for Rural Emergency Medicine, Australia

203(2F)
Workshop
WS2-066
Black People Health in Primary Care

Chair: Rita Helena Borret, SMS DC RJ, Brazil

Speakers: Rita Helena Borret, Coletivo NEGREX/ SMS-RJ, Brazil
Monique Da Silva, Coletivo NEGREX/ SMS-RJ, Brazil
Mariana Brettas, Coletivo NEGREX/ UFRJ-ENSP, Brazil

205B(2F)
Seminar
SE2-021
Unmet Information and Communication Needs of Cancer Patients and Survivors : Challenges for Patient Centered Care

Chair: Yoon Ok Ahn, Korean Foundation for Cancer Research, Korea

Speakers: Myoungsoon You, Seoul National University, Korea
Jungkwon Lee, Samsung Medical Center, Korea
Jinyoung Shin, Konkuk University Medical Center, Konkuk University School of Medicine, Korea

209A(2F)
Workshop
WS2-067
Skill Development for Family Doctors to Provide Women-centered Primary Care

Chair: Kate Anteyi, Wonca Working Party for Women & Family Medicine, Nigeria

Speakers: Kate Anteyi, Wonca Working Party for Women & Family Medicine, Nigeria
Temitope Ilori, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL, Nigeria
Jinan Usta, American University of Beirut Medical Center, Lebanon

209B(2F)
Workshop
WS2-068
Developing Module of Rural Health for Medical Students

Chair: Trevino Pakasi, Department of Community Medicine Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia

Speakers: Yousuke Takemura, Department of Family Medicine, Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan
Wakabayashi Hideki, Department of Education and Research in Family and Community Medicine Mie University, Indonesia

210A(2F)
Workshop
WS2-069
Profiling Profiles of Primary Health Care Policy Implementation around the World – from Current Experiences Towards the Next Phase.

Chair: Chris Van Weel, Radboud University, New Zealand

Speakers: Felicity Goodyear-Smith, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Ryuki Kassai, Fukushima Medical University, Japan
Andrew Bazemore, Robert Graham Center, United States
Bob Phillips, WONCA WP Research, United States

Auditorium(3F)
Workshop
WS2-070
Collaborating in Family Violence across Sectors - the Effects and Benefits

Chair: Ana Nunes Barata, ACeS Amadora, Portugal

Speakers: Ana Nunes Barata, ACeS Amadora, Portugal
Pascale Franck, European Family Justice Center Alliance, Belgium
Kelsey Hegarty, The University of Melbourne and the Royal Women's Hospital, Australia
Hagit Dascal Weichhendler, Clalit Health Services, Haifa and West Galillee District & WONCA SIG FV, Israel
Elena Klusova Noguiná, VdGM, Spain
Raquel Gomez-Bravo, Institute for Health and Behaviour. Research Unit INSIDE. University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

E1(3F)
Workshop
WS2-071
Exploring Challenges and Solutions for Organization of Wonca in Africa

Chair: Shabir Moosa, WONCA Africa, South Africa, Republic of

Speakers: Shabir Moosa, WONCA Africa, South Africa, Republic of
Henry Lawson, WONCA Africa, Ghana
Joy Mugambi, Afriwon, Kenya

E2(3F)
Workshop
WS2-072
Perception of Family Doctors on Concept of “One Family Physician for Every Family": Sharing Experiences of Developing Countries

Chair: TIN MYO HAN, Myanmar GPs Society, Myanmar

Speakers: TIN MYO HAN, Myanmar GPs Society, Myanmar
DM Thuraiappah, Academy of Family Physicians Malaysia, Malaysia

E3(3F)
Workshop
WS2-073
Creating Inclusive Programs for the Most Vulnerable: Immigrant and Minority Youth, by Bringing the Context of Their Families to the Center of the Intervention.

Chair: Maria Veronica Svetaz, HCMC, U of MN, United States

Speaker: Maria Veronica Svetaz, HCMC , U of MN, United States

E5(3F)
Seminar
SE2-022
Hippocratic Family Physician: Ancient Lesson for Modern Family Physicians

Chair: Kanu Bala, WONCA South Asia, Bangladesh

Speaker: Kanu Bala, WONCA South Asia, Bangladesh

E6(3F)
Workshop
WS2-074
Bread and Butter of Primary Care Mental Health – Guidance Notes Development by the WONCA Working Party for Mental Health (WWPMH)”

Chair: Cindy Lam, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

Speakers: Bruce Arroll, University of Aukland, New Zealand
Weng-Yee Chin, He University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

E7(3F)
10:40 - 12:10 Oral Presentation
Oral
OP2-021: Various situcations in primary care 1

Chairs: David Moores, University of Alberta, Canada
Shim Jae Yong, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea

OP2-021-1

Perinephric Fat Stranding on Computed Tomography in Patients with Acute Pyelonephritis As a Predictor of Bacteremia

Ryutaro Tanizaki, Community Medicine, NABARI, Mie University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan


OP2-021-2

Perceived Quality of Life of Patients with Diabetes Attending the Outpatient Department of a District Hospital in South Africa

Elizabeth Reji, Family Medicine, WONCA Working Women Party/Witwatersrand University, South Africa, Republic of


OP2-021-3

ROLE of the GENERAL PRACTITIONER in the DELIVERY of SURGICAL and ANESTHESIA SERVICES in NEPAL

Tula Gupta, Medical, Possible Health, Nepal


OP2-021-4

Progress in the Development of Takeda’s Live Attenuated Tetravalent Dengue Vaccine Candidate (TDV)

CHOO BENG GOH, MEDICAL AFFAIRS and POLICY, TAKEDA VACCINES PTE LTD, Singapore


OP2-021-5

Assessing Bleeding Risk with the HAS-BLED and HEMORR2HAGES Score by General Practitioners (GPs) in Elderly Patients under Anticoagulants.

Gerard NGUYEN DUC LONG, Soisy Sous Montmorency, Cabinet Médical Monny Lobe, France


OP2-021-6

Coronary Artery Calcium Score Improved Cardiovascular Disease Risk Prediction in Asymptomatic Patients: Implications for Primary Care Practices

I Md Ady Wirawan, Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Udayana, Indonesia


OP2-021-7

The Behavior of Female Students in Medical Faculty, University of Sam Ratulangi in Preventing Violence against Women

Henry Palandeng, Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Sam Ratulangi University, Indonesia


OP2-021-8

Comparison of Consultation Time and Primary Care Physician Fees

Seungyoun Cho, Department of Health Economics, Deankin University, Australia


OP2-019-1

The EveryONE Project: Family Physicians’ Perspectives of Screening for Social Determinants of Health (SDoH)

Julie Wood, Health of the Public and Science, American Academy of Family Physicians, United States

211(2F)
Oral
OP2-022: Various situcations in primary care 2

Chair: Amanda Barnard, Australian National University Medical School, Australia

OP2-022-1

Is the High Research Interest for Vitamin D Followed by the Increase in Utilization in Croatia: a Study Based on Routinely Collected Data, 2005-2015

Renata Pavlov, Family Medicine, Family Practice “Dr. Renata Pavlov”, Croatia


OP2-022-2

Evaluation of Primary Care Services from the Perspective of the Elderly: a Population-based Study in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

LuizFelipe Pinto, Family Medicine / School of Medicine, UFRJ, Brazil


OP2-022-3

Effects of Different Frequency of Rice Intake on Weight Reduction in Obese People

Ching-Wen Yang, Department of Family Medicine, China Medical University and Hospital, Taichung, Taiwan


OP2-022-4

Severe Hypoglycemia in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients Managed in the Primary Care: Incidence and Risk Factors

Catherine Chen, Family Medicine and General Outpatient Clinic, Kowloon Central Cluster, Hospital Authority,, Hong Kong, China


OP2-022-5

Kikyo-to for Acute Upper Respiratory Tract Infection-associated Sore Throat Pain: a Randomized Controlled Trial

Naoto Ishimaru, Department of General Internal Medicine, Akashi Medical Center, Japan


OP2-022-6

Antibiotic Profiles of Methicillin Sensitive and Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Isolated from Different Specimens of Hospitalized Patients Experience from Bangladesh.

Zakiur Rahman, Rural Health & Primary Care, Primary Care & Rural Health Bangladesh, Bangladesh


OP2-022-7

A Comparative Study of RIPASA and Alvarado Scores to Diagnose Acute Appendicitis

Uttam Pachya, General Practice, Gulmi District Hospital, Nepal


OP2-022-8

Patient Safety Culture among EQuiP Delegates

André Nguyen Van Nhieu, Departement of Family Medicine, Université Paris Diderot, France

R1AB(3F)
Oral
OP2-023: Various situcations in primary care 3

Chair: Ewen McPhee, University of Queensland, Australia

OP2-023-1

A Family Physician’s Descriptive Analysis of the 90-90-90 HIV Agenda at the University Hospital in Kumasi,Ghana

Nana Kwame Ayisi-Boateng, University Hospital, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana


OP2-023-2

“Doctor, Is My Thyroid Making Me Fat?!” - an Evidence-Based Review

André Cochofel, Family Medicine, USF Flor De Lótus, Portugal


OP2-023-3

THE USE of PRIMARY CARE SERVICE among ACADEMICIANS of MARMARA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL SCIENCES

Mehmet Akman, Family Medicine, Marmara University, Turkey


OP2-023-4

Availability, Utilization and Quality of Emergency Obstetric Care Services in Sousse, Tunisia

Skander Essafi, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine Ibn El Jazzar Sousse - University of Sousse - Tunisia, Tunisia


OP2-023-5

Medical Treatment of Pain in Endometriosis - a Systematic Review

João Dias Ferreira, Family Medicine, USF Cova Da Piedade, Portugal


OP2-023-6

A Retrospective Evaluation of Pneumonia Severity Scores among Elderly Patients in Japan

Koichiro Tomiyama, Internal Medicine, Hiroshima Kyoritsu Hospital, Japan


OP2-023-7

Assessing Anxiety and Depression in Palliative Care: an Observational Study in a Portuguese Palliative Care Unit

Pedro Alves, Family Medicine, USF Forte, Portugal


OP2-023-8

Sleep Duration Is Significantly Associated with Carotid Intima Media Thickness in a Community Dwelling Population.

Hsin-Yu Hsieh, Department of Family Medicine, China Medical University Hospital, Taichung, Taiwan; Department of Family Medicine , College of Medicine, China Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan;, China Medical University and Hospital, Taiwan


OP2-023-9

Ethical, Societal and Political Dimensions of Quaternary Prevention.

Daniel Widmer, Policlinique Médicale Universitaire, Institut Universitaire De Médecine De Famille, Switzerland

R1C(3F)
Oral
OP2-024: Various situcations in primary care 4

Chair: TBA

OP2-024-1

Is Shift Work Increase the Risk of Obesity among Women?

Indah Widyahening, Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia


OP2-024-2

The Role of Lifestyle Modification Program to Success Therapy Patients Diabetes Mellitus (DM)

Titiek Hidayati, Family Medicine and Public Health, Medical and Health Science Faculty, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, Indonesia


OP2-024-3

Overweight and Obesity - an Undervalued Pandemic?

Rui Buzaco, UCSP Olaio, ACES Loures Odivelas, Portugal


OP2-024-4

The Use of Surgical Glue to Repair Perineal Lacerations: a Pilot Experiment

Bruno Brunelli, DIRAPS, Secretaria De Saúde Do Distrito Federal, Brazil


OP2-024-5

Tuberculosis in Children: a High-Incidence Area within a Low-Incidence Country - a Retrospective Study

Ana Gomes Machado, Family Medicine, USF Monte Da Luz, Portugal


OP2-024-6

Recruit and Retain - Drafting a Master Plan to Tackle Shortage of Family Physicians in Austria

Sebastian Huter, Association of Young GPs in Austria, Austria


OP2-024-7

Diabetic Nephropathy: an Evermore Essential Early Approach

Joana Monteiro Dias, Serviço De Nefrologia, Hospital Santa Maria, Portugal


OP2-024-8

Family Physician Integrated Care Program in Taiwan May Decrease Hospital Admission Utilization in the Long Term

Po-tsung Huang, Family Medicine, China Medical University Hospital, Taiwan

R2A(3F)
Oral
OP2-025: Various situcations in primary care 5

Chair: TBA

OP2-025-3

Albuminuria Is Associated with Frailty in the Elderly

Hui-Shan Chiang, Department of Family Medicine, China Medical University Hospital, Taichung, Taiwan; Department of Family Medicine, China Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan, China Medical Univerity and Hospital, Taiwan


OP2-025-4

Cost-effectiveness of the Multi-disciplinary Risk Assessment and Management Programme for Primary Care Patients with Hypertension (RAMP-HT) – 5-year Programme Experience

Esther Yu, Family Medicine and Primary Care, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China


OP2-025-5

Overcoming Barriers to Implementation of an Insulin-Choice Patient Decision Aid in a Primary Care Clinic in Malaysia

Wen Ting Tong, Primary Care Medicine, University of Malaya, Malaysia


OP2-025-6

Hypertensive Retinopathy and Risk of Serious Cardiovascular Complications: Five Years Prospective Cohort Study in Primary Care

Lap Kin Chiang, Family Medicine and General Outpatient Department, Kwong Wah Hospital, Hospital Authority, Hong Kong, China


OP2-025-7

Incentives to Increase Attachment of New Patients to Family Physicians - a Realist Evaluation

Mylaine Breton, Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Sherbrooke - Longueuil Campus, Canada


OP2-025-8

The Social Media Addiction Level of the Students at Health Related Faculties

AYSE CAYLAN, FAMILY MEDICINE, TRAKYA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL SCHOOL, Turkey


OP2-025-9

Continuity of Primary Care among Patients Attached to a Family Physician from a Centralized Waiting List for Unattached Patients: Does the Results Change According to the Rurality Index?

Melanie Ann Smithman, Department of Medicine and Health Sciences, Universite De Sherbrooke, Canada

R2B(3F)
12:10 - 13:20 Lunch
12:20 - 13:00 Satellite Symposium 3 (Sponsored by MSD)
SS2-006 Elderly medical welfare : The role of vaccination - Recent update and future perspective of Herpes Zoster vaccine

Chairs: Eddy Bresnitz, Global Vaccines Medical Affairs, Merck ResearchLaboratories, United States
Bong Yul Huh, National Cancer Center, Korea

Speaker: Michael Woodward , Head of Aged Care Research, Austin Health, Heidelberg, VIC, Australia

Auditorium(3F)
13:20 - 14:05 Plenary Lecture 4
PL4 Confronting infectious diseases and the role of vaccines: A global perspective

Chairs:Amanda Howe, President, World Organization of Family Doctors, United Kingdom
Whan-Seok Choi, The Catholic University of Korea, Korea

Speaker: Kate Anteyi, Chief Consultant, Family Practice/Infectious Diseases, USA

Auditorium(3F)
14:05 - 14:15 Break
14:15 - 17:15 Paid Workshop
SS2-007 Lower GI(Colonoscopy) Endoscopy

Chair: Seung-Hwa Lee, SeaHae Hospital, Korea

E4(3F)
14:15 - 17:15 Special Session
SS2-008 Present and future challenges for Family Medicine and Primary Health Care in Latin America
E1(3F)
14:15 - 15:45 Parallel Session 6
Seminar
SE2-023
Training Possibilities in a Primary Care Crisis (strike in Primary Health)

Chair: Rita Helena Borret, Amfac- Rj, Brazil

Speakers: Rita Helena Borret, Amfac - RJ, Brazil
Juliana Machado, Amfac - Rj, Brazil
Mariana Brettas, AMFac - Rj, Brazil

101(1F)
Seminar
SE2-024
Panel: Rural Experiences around the World: Student and Young Doctors

Chair: Nagwa Hegazy, Family Medicine Department, Menoufia University, Egypt

Speakers: Amber Wheatley, Hywel Dda University Health Board, Virgin Islands (British)
Alan Chater, ural and Remote Medicine, University of Queensland, Australia
John Wynn-Jones, Chair RuralWonca, United Kingdom
Zakiur Rahman, Primary Care & Rural Health Bangladesh, Bangladesh
Nagwa Hegazy, Family Medcine Department, Menofia University, Egypt

102(1F)
Workshop
WS2-075
Research Low and Middle Income Countries Need to Enable Better Models of Care and Financing for Primary Health Care

Chair: Amanda Howe, President of World Organization of Family Doctors, United Kingdom

Speakers: Chris Van Weel, WONCA WP Research, Australia
Andrew Bazemore, Robert Graham Center, United States
Robert L Phillips, The American Board of Family Medicine, United States
Michael Kidd, University of Toronto, Australia
Kanu Bala, University of Science & Technology Chittagong, Bangladesh
Henry Lawson, World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA), Ghana
Maria Inez Padula Anderson, WONCA Iberoamericana-CIMF President and Member of WONCA Executive

103(1F)
Workshop
WS2-076
Health Equity across Nations II

Chair: Kim Yu, Vituity, United States

Speakers: Kim Yu, Vituity, United States
Raman Kumar, Academy of Family Physicians of India, India
Ana Barata Nunes, WONCA, Portugal
Kenneth Yakubu, University of Jos, Nigeria
Viviana Martinez-Bianchi, WONCA/FMAHealth, United States
Liliana Arias-Castillo, Universidad Del Valle, Colombia

104(1F)
Workshop
WS2-077
Using a Family Medicine Playbook to Promote Primary Care Development

Chair: Jeff Markuns, Boston University, United States

Speakers: An Le Pham, Ho Chi Minh University of Medicine & Pharmacy, Vietnam
Ketkesone Phrasisombath, University of Health Sciences, Laos, People
Kyaw Thu, Myanmar Academy of Family Physicians, Myanmar
Sambath Cheab, University of Health Sciences, Cambodia
Christoph Gelsdorf, University of California San Francisco, United States

105(1F)
Seminar
SE2-025
The Quaternary Prevention and Overmedicalization WONCA SIG Meeting

Chairs: Monica Nivelo, University of Chile. Faculty of Medicine, Chile
Daniel Widmer, Institut Universitaire De Médecine De Famille, Swaziland

Speaker: Jong-Myon Bae, Jeju National University School of Medicine, Korea

201(2F)
Workshop
WS2-078
What Are You Doing about Climate Change/Planetary Health in Your Practice?

Chair: Alan Abelsohn, University of Toronto, Canada

Speakers: Alice Mcgushin, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Australia
Sankha Randenikumara, WONCA Environment, Sri Lanka

202(2F)
Seminar
SE2-026
Evolutionary Medicine

Chair: Tae-Heum Chung, University of Ulsan College of Medicine Ulsan University Hospital, Korea

Speakers: Jae Choe, Ewha Womans University, Korea
Tae-Heum CHUNG, University of Ulsan College of Medicine Ulsan University Hospital, Korea
Joung Sik Son, Seoul National University Hospital, Korea

205B(2F)
Workshop
WS2-079
Support and Professional Development of GP Supervisors in Australia

Chair: Gerard Connors, GPSA, Australia

Speaker: Gerard Connors, GPSA, Australia

209A(2F)
Seminar
SE2-027
Meta-analysis and Evidence-Based Practice

Chair: Seung-Kwon Myung, National Cancer Center Graduate School of Cancer Science and Policy, Korea

Speaker: Seung-Kwon Myung, National Cancer Center Graduate School of Cancer Science and Policy, Korea

Auditorium(3F)
Workshop
WS2-080
Rural Emergency Care Training for Family Physicians (RECTIFY) in Trauma

Chair: Victor Ng, Wonca EM SIG Chair, Canada

Speakers: NISANTH MENON NEDUNGALAPARAMBIL, Amala Institute of Medical Sciences, Thrissur, Kerala, India
Kim Yu, Director, Quality & Performance, Ambulatory & Urgent Care, Vituity, United States
Santosh Kumar Dhungana, Director, Bayalapatta Hospital, Nepal
Elena Klusova, Wonca EM SIG Europe, Spain

E2(3F)
Workshop
WS2-081
A Sustainable Model for the Training of Family Medicine Educators - the European Experience of EURACT

Chair: Jo Buchanan, EURACT, United Kingdom

Speakers: Dimitrios Karanasios, Hippocrates, Greece
Roar Maagaard, Aarhus University, Denmark

E3(3F)
Workshop
WS2-082
Global Health & the Family Medicine Milestones of US GME

Chair: Tochi Iroku-Malize, Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra Northwell, United States

Speakers: Tochi Iroku-Malize, Northwell Health, United States
Maureen Grissom, Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra Northwell, United States

E5(3F)
Workshop
WS2-083
Violence against Women, Identify, Protect, Support for Quality Primary Care

Chair: Humbert De Freminville, University of Lyon, France

Speakers: Humbert De Freminville, University of Lyon, France
Patrick Ouvrard, Vice President of UEMO, France
Nalini LAMA, Department of Social Work,, India
Raquel Gomez Bravo, Institute for Health and Behaviour, Luxembourg

E6(3F)
Workshop
WS2-051
Ethical Issues in Global Health -Time for Family Medicine Ethos!

Chair: Shailey Prasad , Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility, University of Minnesota, United States

Speaker: Claire Marie Thomas, President, Vasco Da Gama Movement, United Kingdom

E7(3F)
14:15 - 15:45 Oral Presentation
Oral
OP2-026: Various diseases and approach in primary care

Chairs: Cindy Lam, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
Hyejin Lee, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea

OP2-026-1

Anxiety after Celiac Disease Diagnosis Predicts Mucosal Healing: a Population-Based Study

Louise Emilsson, Epidemiology, Landstinget I Värmland / Harvard School of Public Health / Oslo University, Sweden


OP2-026-2

Newly Diagnosed Type 2 Diabetes Care in Taiwan – Department of Family Medicine Versus Department of Internal Medicine: a Retrospective Population-Based Cohort Study.

Pei-Lin Chou, Family Medicine, E-Da Hospital, Taiwan


OP2-026-3

The Effectiveness of Dietary Counselling on Cardiovascular Risk Factors among Chinese Grade 1 Hypertensive Patients in Family Practice: a Randomised Controlled Trial

Martin Wong, Department of Public Health, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China


OP2-026-4

Prevalence Trends of Asian Immigrants' and Natives' Cardiovascular Disease’s Risk Factors, Healthcare Utilization and Expenses in South Korea

Heng Piao, Family Medicine, Seoul National University, Korea


OP2-026-5

Primary Care Comprehensiveness Can Reduce Emergency Department Visits and Hospitalization in People with Hypertension in South Korea

Jae-Ho Lee, Department of Family Medicine,, The Catholic University of Korea, Korea


OP3-038-6

Platelet Count and 8-year Incidence of Diabetes: the Korean Genome and Epidemiology Study

Jinyoung Hwang, Department of Family Medicine, Gangnam Severance Hospital, Korea

203(2F)
Oral
OP2-027: Various perspectives of primary care 2

Chair: Doris Young, National University of Singapore, Singapore

OP2-027-1

Boutonneuse Fever in Portugal Pictured over the Last Twenty Years

Carlos Albuquerque, USF Infante D. Henrique, ACES Dão Lafões, Portugal


OP2-027-2

Maternal Behavior for Pregnancy with Hypertension; Implementing Antenatal Care in Tomohon City Community Health Center

Henry Palandeng, Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Sam Ratulangi University, Indonesia


OP2-027-3

Influence of Decision Making on Maternal Complications among Women Delivered at Yusuf Dantsoho Memorial Hospital, Kaduna, Nigeria

Ramatu Abubakar, Family Medicine Department, Barau Dikko Teaching Hospital, Kaduna. Nigeria, Nigeria


OP2-027-4

A European Project to Research a Human­like Communicative Agent to Overcome Linguistic Barriers and Ensure Health Assistance

Jose-Miguel Bueno-Ortiz, Sección Internacional, Sociedad Española De Medicina Familar Y Comunitaria (SEMFYC), Spain


OP2-027-5

The Association between Cancer Screening and Personal and Site Continuity of Care in Australia

Michael Wright, CHERE, UTS, Australia


OP2-027-6

Environmental Factors, Pulmonary and Dermatologic Vulnerability among Biomass Exposed Families Living Near and Far from a Coal Stockpile Facility in Tondo, Manila: a Cross Sectional Study

Ma Loida Sajonas, University of the Philippines-Philippine General Hospital, Philippines


OP2-027-7

Curious Findings at CT Imaging. a Case Report.

Julia Maria Lopez Resusta, Unidad Docente Medicina Familiar Y Comunitaria, Area De Salud De Menorca, Spain


OP2-027-8

Complexity Sciences for Healthcare – Translating Philosophy and Theory to Understanding Resilience in Patient Care

Carmel Martin, Community, Monash Medical Centre, Australia

209B(2F)
Oral
OP2-028: Various perspectives of primary care 3

Chair: Nobutaro Ban, Aichi Medical University, Japan

OP2-028-1

Addressing Global Influenza Vaccine Hesitancy

Pernille Jorgensen, Infectious Hazard Management, World Health Organization, Denmark


OP2-028-2

Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders: East and West Perspective

Bohumil Seifert, General Practice, 1st Faculty of Medicine Charles UNiversity, Czech Republic


OP2-028-3

The Utility or Futility of Treatment for Depression & Anxiety in Later Life: a Qualitative Systematic Review Looking at Older People’s Attitudes and Beliefs about Whether Depression and Anxiety Should Be Treated in Later Life and If So, How?

Cini Bhanu, Primary Care and Population Health, UCL, United Kingdom


OP2-028-4

Ecology of After-hours Consultations in a Super-aging Community: an Open Cohort Study in a Japanese Rural Town

Satoshi Kanke, Department of Community and Family Medicine, Fukushima Medical University, Japan


OP2-028-5

Effectiveness of Knowledge Management Developed for Ischemic Stroke Care in Sichon District, Thailand

EKARAT CHANWANPEN, Family and Community Medicine, Sichon Hospital, Thailand


OP2-028-6

Obesity Parameters and Risk of Metabolic Syndrome between Dynapenia, Presarcopenia and Sarcopenia among Community-Dwelling Old Adults in Taiwan

TUNG-WEI KAO, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Tri-Service General Hospital, Taiwan


OP2-028-7

Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction toward Urban Family Physician Program: a Population Based Study in Shiraz, Southern Iran

Behnam Honarvar, Institute of Health, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences,Shiraz,Iran, Health Policy Research Center, Iran


OP2-028-8

Three Dimensional Profiles of Maternal Morbidity: Results from a Survey in Yogyakarta Province Indonesia

Fitriana Ekawati, General Practice, University of Melbourne, Australia; Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia, Australia


OP2-028-9

MODIFIED ALVARADO SCORING SYSTEM in DIAGNOSIS of ACUTE APPENDICITIS CASES in EMERGENCY WARD at BPKIHS: a CROSS SECTIONAL OBSERVATION STUDY

Sharad Yadav, Family Medicine, Janaki Medical College, Janakpur, Nepal

210A(2F)
Oral
OP2-029: Various perspectives of primary care 4

Chair: Chandramani Thuraisingham, Academy of Family Physicians of Malaysia, Malaysia

OP2-029-1

Evaluating the Impact of Family Physicians within the District Health System of South Africa

Bob Mash, Family Medicine and Primary Care, Stellenbosch University, South Africa, Republic of


OP2-029-2

Trend of Caesarean Deliveries in Egypt and Its Associated Factors: Evidence from National Surveys, 2005–2014

Rami Al-Rifai, Institute of Public Health, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, United Arab Emirates University, United Arab Emirates


OP2-029-3

The Role of Enhanced Primary Care in the Dynamics of a Health System: a Simulation Study

David Matchar, Program in Health Services and Systems Research, Duke NUS Medical School, Singapore


OP2-029-4

Does Pregnancy Contribute to Social Inequalities in Obesity in the French West Indies?

Philippe Carrère, Department of General Practice, University of the French West Indies, France


OP2-029-5

Association between Consumption of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages and Childhood Obesity and Overweight in Mongolia

Undram Mandakh, Family Medicine, Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences, Mongolia


OP2-029-6

The Interplay of Context Factors in Hypnotic and Sedative Prescription in Primary and Secondary Care – a Qualitative Study

Eva Hummers, Department of General Practice, University Medical Center Göttingen, Germany


OP2-029-7

Using QI Measurements of Whole of System Performance to Incentivise Collaboration and Integration

Les Toop, Head of Department General Practice, University of Otago, New Zealand


OP2-029-8

Temporal Relationship between Antibiotic Prescription and Respiratory Virus Activities in the Republic of Korea

Sukhyun Ryu, Division of Infectious Disease Control, Gyeonggi Provincial Government, Korea

211(2F)
Oral
OP2-030: Various perspectives of primary care 5

Chair: Yeon Ji Lee, School of Medicine, Inha University, Korea

OP2-030-1

The Effects of AER and EGFR on Outcomes of CVD in Patients with T2DM in an Urban Community over 8-years Multi-factorial Treatment: the Beijing Communities Diabetes Study 18

Xue-Lian Zhang, Endocrinology, Beijing Tongren Hospital, Capital Medical University, China


OP2-030-2

Hope and Patients with Advanced Cancer

Lucile Wahl, Collège Universitaire De Médecine Générale, Université Lyon 1, France


OP2-030-3

Role of Family Physicians in Bangladesh: Present and Future

Mohammad Ali, Family Medicine, Bangladesh Academy of Family Physicians, Bangladesh


OP2-030-4

“It’s Free, Why Not?” Perceptions of Malaysian Primary Care Physicians on Gifts by the Pharmaceutical Representatives.

Nurainul Hana Shamsuddin, Department of Family Medicine, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia


OP2-030-5

Improving Consultation Time by Planning Primary Pediatric Care

Subhashchandra Daga, Pediatrics, Pacific Medical College & Hospital, India


OP2-030-6

Mediterranean Bioethics in Palliative Care - My Personal Clinical Experience in Portugal and the UK

André Cochofel, Family Medicine, USF Flor De Lótus, Portugal


OP2-030-7

Religion and Health Behaviors in Primary Care Patients

Mina Kang, Family Medicine, Asan Medical Center, Korea


OP2-030-8

And What's If It Wasn't an Absence Seizure? Micturition Syncope

Abdelaziz Hamdene, Family Physician, Private Practice, Tunisia


OP2-025-2

Primary Care Experiences in Central Vietnam: a Comparison between Different Health Care Settings

HOA NGUYEN THI, Department of Family Medicine, Hue University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Vietnam

R1AB(3F)
Oral
OP2-031: Various perspectives of primary care 6

Chair: Cho Jungjin, Hallym Univesity, Korea

OP2-031-1

Metabolic Syndrome on Morbid Events in Type 2 Diabetes after 7-year Community Management——Beijing Community Diabetes Study-17(BCDS-17)

Guang-Ran Yang, Department of Endocrinology, Beijing Tongren Hospital, China


OP2-031-3

Sustainable Universal Health Care through Strong Primary Care Anchored on Family Medicine: Partnership between Philippine Academy of Family Physicians and the Department of Health

Zorayda Leopando, Family Medicine and Community Health, Philippine Academy of Family Physicians, Philippines


OP2-031-4

Electronic Health Records, Organizational Characteristics and Provider Well-being

Bengt Arnetz, Family Medicine, Michigan State University - College of Human Medicine, United States


OP2-031-5

Does Prevention of Disability among Old People Improve Productivity of Late-stage Medical Care System for the Elderly in Japan?

Sayaka Horiuchi, Graduate School of Public Health, Teikyo University, Japan


OP2-031-6

Diagnosis and Management of Scabies Infestation

SIEW-KIM KWA, FAMILY MEDICINE, International Medical University Malaysia, Malaysia


OP2-031-7

Implementing Periarticular Steroid Injections in a Family Practice

Ana Rita Brochado, USF Lapiás, ACES Sintra, Portugal


OP2-031-8

Has the 2009 Health Reform Improved Utilization and Affordability of Health Care in China? : Evidence from CHARLS Pilot Data

Jiajia Li, School of Public Health, Shandong University, China


OP2-031-9

Association of Subcutaneous Fat, and Visceral Fat with Vitamin D Deficiency

Yun a Kim, Family Medicine, Daegu Catholic University School of Medicine, Korea

R1C(3F)
Oral
OP2-032: Various perspectives of primary care 7

Chair: Helen Stokes-Lampard, Royal College of General Practitioners, United Kingdom

OP2-032-1

Legitimacy of Work Tasks, Psychosocial Work Environment and Time Utilization among Primary Care Staff in Sweden

Eva Anskär, Department of Medical and Health Sciences, Linköping University, Sweden


OP2-032-2

Geo-mapping of Disease Risks in Bali for the Development of a Travel Health Surveillance System Involving Primary Care Services

I Md Ady Wirawan, Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Udayana, Indonesia


OP2-032-3

The Effects of Shared Medical Appointments on Illness Perception and Blood Pressure Regulation in Patients with Hypertension

Hatice Kurdak, Department of Family Medicine, Çukurova University, Turkey


OP2-032-4

Chronic Heart Failure in Primary Care: Observations from a Clinical Trial

Gunnar Nilsson, Public Health and Clinical Medicine; Family Medicine, Umeå University, Sweden


OP2-032-5

The Effect of Antioxidant Properties of Rice Bran on Malondialdehyde Level in Rat Testes Induced by Carbon Tetrachloride

Anisah Rahma, Medical Student, Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia


OP2-032-6

An Exploratory Study into Bullying in the GP Workforce

Samantha Murton, School of Primary Care, Otago University, New Zealand


OP2-032-7

Recent Experience with Japanese Mamushi (Gloydius Blomhoffii) Bites

Koichiro Tomiyama, Internal Medicine, Hiroshima Kyoritsu Hospital, Japan


OP2-032-8

Secondary Hypertension Diagnosis: to Whom, Where and When?

Joana Monteiro Dias, Serviço De Nefrologia, Hospital Santa Maria, Portugal

R2A(3F)
Oral
OP2-033: Various perspectives of primary care 8

Chair: YOUNGEUN CHOI, National Health Insurance Medical Service Ilsan Hospital, Korea

OP2-033-1

Primary Care Physicians` Knowledge, Awareness and Practice Regarding Familial Hypercholesterolaemia in Malaysia: Does Professional Training Make a Difference?

Ahmad Baihaqi Azraii, Department of Primary Care Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Selangor, Malaysia


OP2-033-2

PRACTICAL ISSUES in SUSPECTED VENOUS THROMBOSIS in GENERAL PRACTICE:A MULTICENTER PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY in PRIMARY CARE.

Ginzarly M, Department of General Practice,INSERM U1059, Sainbiose-Dysfonction Vasculaire Et Hémostase, University of Saint-Etienne, France


OP2-033-3

Perceived Opportunities and Obstacles in Order to Achieve a Rational Antibiotic Prescribing in Primary Health Care

Pär-Daniel Sundvall, Department of Public Health and Community Medicine/Primary Health Care, Institute of Medicine, Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, Närhälsan, Research and Development Primary Health Care, Region Västra Götaland, Sweden, Sweden


OP2-033-4

The Relationship between Knowledge and Attitude Towards Practice of Malaria in Pregnancy among Pregnant Women in Muara Siberut and Maillepet Village

Kezia Christy, FACULTY of MEDICINE, ATMA JAYA CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY of INDONESIA, Indonesia


OP2-033-5

Impact of Discontinue Services to Missing Cases in TB Control: the Role of General Practitioner Private Doctors

Isti Fujiati, Department of Community Medicine and Public Health University of Sumatera Utara, Faculty of Medicine, Indonesia


OP2-033-6

Syncope: Unusual Presentation of Metastatic Renal Cell Carcinoma

Karla Madrid Rivas, Family Medicine, Mayaguez Medical Center, Puerto Rico


OP2-033-7

Exploring Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Regarding Non-Communicable Diseases among Community Health Workers in São Paulo, Brazil

Catherine Ji, Family Medicine, McGill University, Canada


OP2-033-8

Feasibility and Usability of Telehealth Counseling Program for Long-term Occupational Korean Travelers

Ju Young Kim, Department of Family Medicine, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea

R2B(3F)
5 min. Presentation
PP1-118

Does a FODMAP-Restricted Diet Reduce Symptoms Associated with Irritable Bowel Syndrome? – Evidence-Based Review

Joana Reis, USF Servir Saúde, ACES Almada-Seixal, Portugal


PP1-119

Effects of Angiotensin Receptor Blockers on Incidence of New-Onset Diabetes Mellitus in Hypertensive Patients: a Nationwide Population-based Cohort Study

Joo-Hyun Park, Family Medicine, Korea University Ansan Hospital, Korea


PP1-001

Effects of Long-term Residential Exposure to Ambient Air Pollutants on Cardiovascular Disease: a Population-based Cross-sectional Study in South Korea

Jinyoung Shin, Department of Family Medicine, Konkuk University Medical Center, Konkuk University School of Medicine, Korea


PP1-002

Hospital Admissions Due to Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions: Results after Primary Health Care Reform in an Area of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

LEDA JUNG SANTOS, Curso De Graduação Em Medicina, Centro Universitário Serra Dos Órgãos - UNIFESO, Brazil


PP1-003

The Exploration of the Association between the Quality of Primary Care and Patients’ Satisfaction or Loyalty in Japanese Rural Area

Tsunetaka Kijima, Department of General Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Shimane University, Japan


PP1-004

The Experience and Effect of the Hypertension Management Model in the Primary Care of the North Lima and Callao

JONG KOO KIM, Department of Family Medicine, Yonsei University Wonju College of Medicine, Korea


PP1-005

Analysis of the Effect of Nine Consecutive Year’sIntensive Management and Number of Achieving the Target Control on Endpoint Events in T2DM in Sanlitun Community Health Service Center in Beijing

Chen-Mei Zhao, General Practice, Sanlitun Community Health Service Center, Beijing, China, China


PP1-006

Statin Use and the Site-Specific Risk of Colorectal Cancer in Individuals with Hypercholesterolemia from the National Health Insurance Service-National Health Screening Cohort (NHIS-HEALS)

Jae-woo Lee, Department of Family Medicine, Chungbuk National University Hospital, Korea


PP1-007

The Effect of Change in Fasting Glucose on the Risk of Myocardial Infarction, Stroke, and All-cause Mortality: a Nationwide Cohort Study

Gyeongsil Lee, Health Promotion Center, Chung-Ang University Hospital, Korea


PP1-049

The Impact of Patient Educational Methods on Improving Influenza Vaccine Uptake

Sinead Wang, Outram Polyclinic, SingHealth Polyclinics, Singapore

Exhibition Hall(1F)
15:45 - 16:05 Coffee Break
15:45 - 16:05 Exercise Demonstration
Exercise Demonstration

Heui Yung Lee, Gyeongju New Millennium Hospital, Korea

Exhibition Hall(1F)
16:00 - 16:20 Poster Presentation
PP2 Dowonload
16:05 - 17:35 Parallel Session 7
Workshop
WS2-084
Applying Health Equity Lenses in YOUR Own Healthcare Setting

Chair: William Wong, WONCA Health Equity Special Interest Group, Hong Kong, China

Speakers: William Wong, WONCA Health Equity Special Interest Group, Hong Kong, China
Kim Yu, USA, United States
John Furler, University of Melbourne, Australia

101(1F)
Seminar
SE2-034
Interprofessional Understanding of Health Beliefs and Behavior of Tribal Villages Population (West Bengal)

Chairs: Daniel Widmer, University Institute of Family Medicine, Lausanne, Switzerland
Ouvrard Patrick, Société De Formation Thérapeutique Du Généraliste SFTG Paris, France

Speakers: Kunkum Bhattacharya, Dept. Social Work Visva Bharati University Santiniketan, India
Ranjit Bhattacharya, Past Director Anthropological Survey of India, India
Blaise Guinchard, Institut Et Haute Ecole De Santé La Source, Switzerland

102(2F)
Workshop
WS2-085
How to Structure a Primary Care Center

Chair: Dahiana Valentin De Garcia, National Health, Dominican Republic

Speaker: Erdon Garcia, National Health Service, Dominican Republic

103(1F)
Workshop
WS2-086
Supporting Practices in Implementing New Models of Advanced Primary Care

Chair: Perry Dickinson, University of Colorado Department of Family Medicine, United States

Speakers: Larry Green, University of Colorado, Department of Family Medicine, United States
BeLong Cho, Department of Family Medicine, Seoul National University Hospital, Korea
Sarah Hemeida, University of Colorado Department of Family Medicine, United States
Yoon Kim, Seoul National University, Korea
Miriam Dickinson, University of Colorado Department of Family Medicine, United States

104(1F)
Workshop
WS2-087
Family Medicine 360º - Experiencing Primary Care around the Globe

Chair: Ana Nunes Barata, FM360, Portugal

Speakers: Ana Nunes Barata, FM360, Portugal
Viviane Sachs, Polaris, United States
Rianne Van Vliet, Vasco Da Gama Movement, Netherlands
Nagwa Nashat, Al Razi, Egypt
Raluca Zoitanu, WONCA Europe, Romania

105(1F)
Workshop
WS2-088
Osteoporosis in Primary Care

Chair: Ye-Soo Park, Hanyang University, Korea

Speakers: Jae Min Park, Yonsei University, Korea
Seong Hwan Moon, Yonsei University, Korea
Jae Hyup Lee, Seoul University, Korea

201(2F)
Seminar
SE2-029
Strengthening primary healthcare for enhanced NCD management

Chair: Jong Koo Lee, Seoul National Univesity, Korea

Speakers: Jung Jin Cho, Hallym University, Korea
Hyejin Lee, Seoul National Univesity, Korea
Warrick Junsuk Kim, WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific, Korea

202(2F)
Workshop
WS2-089
A Healthy Response to Climate Change: Climate-Action Case Studies and Mentorship

Chair: Alan Abelsohn, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Canada

Speakers: Alice McGushin, WONCA Working Party on the Environment, Australia
Enrique Barros, WONCA Working Party on the Environment (President), Brazil

203(2F)
Workshop
WS2-090
Leadership in Family Medicine - Time for a Toolkit

Chair: Shailey Prasad, Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility, United States

Speakers: Shailey Prasad, Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility, United States
Viviana Martinez-Bianchi, Duke University, Community and Family Medicine, United States
Ana Nunes Barata, Exec Committee Member, WONCA, United States
Samuel Fam, Duke University, United States

205B(2F)
Seminar
SE2-030
Promoting Global Health by Improving Self Sustainability for African Women & Children

Chair: Tochi Iroku-Malize, Northwell Health, United States

Speaker: Tochi Iroku-Malize, Northwell Health, United States

209A(2F)
Workshop
WS2-091
ASPIRE Global Leaders Program Workshop - How to Do Capacity Building in Your Organization

Chair: Sebastian Huter, Junge Allgemeinmedizin Österreich (JAMÖ), Austria

Speakers: Maria Joao Nobre, ARS Algarve, Portugal
Kyle Hoedebecke, Yongsan Health Clinic, Korea

209B(2F)
Seminar
SE2-028
Women Family Doctors and the Workforce - New Research to Report

Chairs: Amanda Howe, Wonca Working Party for Women & Family Medicine, United Kingdom
Kate Anteyi, Wonca Working Party for Women & Family Medicine, Nigeria

Speakers: Noemi Doohan, Wonca Working Party for Women & Family Medicine, United Kingdom
Jinan Usta, American University of Beirut Medical Center, Lebanon
Lucy Candib, University of Massachusetts Medical School, United States
Amanda Howe, Wonca Working Party for Women & Family Medicine, United Kingdom

Auditorium(3F)
Workshop
WS2-092
Share Each Educational Environment and the Learning Community for Young Family Doctors in Asia Pacific Region and Other Countries

Chair: Shin Yoshida, Iizuka Hospital, Kaita Hospital, Japan

Speakers: Mel Anthony Acuavera, Philippine General Hospital, Philippines
Seo Young Kang, Asan Medical Center, Korea

E2(3F)
Seminar
SE2-031
Family Medicine in Ecuador: Need from the Health System

Chair: Carmen Cabezas, Pontificia Universidad Católica Del Ecuador, Ecuador

Speaker: Carmen Cabezas, Pontificia Universidad Catolica Del Ecuador, Ecuador

E3(3F)
Seminar
SE2-032
A Special Look on Lesbian's Health

Chair: Gabriella Salgueiro, AMFAC RJ, Brazil

Speakers: Gabriella Salgueiro, AMFAC RJ, Brazil
Rita Helena Borret, AMFAC RJ, Brazil

E5(3F)
Seminar
SE2-033
Family Medicine: the Most Appropriate Health Service for the Developing Countries

Chair: Kanu Bala, WONCA South Asia, Bangladesh

Speaker: Kanu Bala, WONCA South Asia, Bangladesh

E6(3F)
16:05 - 17:35 Oral Presentation
Oral
OP2-034: Health issues and family physician 1

Chairs: SHINN-JANG HWANG, TAIPEI Verterans General Hospital, Taiwan
Joung Sik Son, Seoul National University Hospital, Korea

OP2-034-1

The Effectiveness of Heat Application Compared to Analgesic in Acute Low Back Pain Therapy: an Evidence Based Case Report

Anisah Rahma, Medical Student, Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia


OP2-034-2

Nephropathy in the Diabetic Patient: Diabetic Nephropathy or Something More?

Joana Monteiro Dias, Serviço De Nefrologia, Hospital Santa Maria, Portugal


OP2-034-3

Barriers of Insulin Acceptance among Type2 Daibetes Mellitus Patients Attending Diabetic Clinic at Patan Hsopital, Nepal

Pavan Kumar Sah, General Practice, Udaypur District Hospital, Nepal


OP2-034-4

Analysis of Temporal Patterns and Trends of Prostate Cancer in 36 Countries: Implications to Family Practice

Martin Wong, Department of Public Health, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China


OP2-034-5

Health-Personnel Recruitment and Retention Target Policy for GPs and Other Health-care Providers in the Rural Communities

Limei Jing, School of Public Health; Health Development and Reseach Center, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine; Pudong Institute for Health Development, China


OP2-034-6

Predictive Factors Affecting Home Discharge Versus Non-home Discharge in Hospitalized Patients with Bacteremia.

Wakako Harada, General Medicine, Hiroshima City Asa Citizens Hospital, Japan


OP2-034-7

Family Practice in the Eastern Mediterranean Region: Universal Health Coverage and Quality Primary Care

Michael Kidd, WONCA Executive, World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA), Thailand


OP2-034-8

Prevalence of Hyperuricemia and Its Associated Factors in the General Korean Population: an Analysis of a Poulation-based Nationally Representative Sample

Jihun Kang, Department of Family Medicine, Kosin University Gospel Hospital, Kosin University College of Medicine, Busan, Korea

211(2F)
Oral
OP2-035: Health issues and family physician 2

Chair: Eva Hummers, University Medical Center Göttingen, Germany

OP2-035-1

Violence and Aggressions against Primary Care Professionals

Che-Jui Chang, Department of Family Medicine, National Taiwan University Hospital, Taiwan


OP2-035-2

Could a Modified Pay-for-Performance Scheme Improve Quality of Care in Diabetic Patients? a Nationwide Cohort Study

Che-Jui Chang, Department of Family Medicine, National Taiwan University Hospital, Taiwan


OP2-035-3

Isolation and Identification of MRSA and Enteric Bacteria from the Two Most Commonly Used Equipment among Selected Registered Fitness Centers in Iloilo City, Philippines

Agnes Segunda Gerasmo, Family Medicine, Philippine Academy of Family Physicians - Central Philippine University, Philippines


OP2-035-4

Overdiagnosis and Preventive Measures - Policy and Practice in the European Countries

Johann Sigurdsson, General Practice Research Unit, NTNU, Nordic Federation of General Practice, Norway


OP2-035-5

How Do Old and Fresh-graduate Physicians Adapt in This Era?

Kevin Kristian, Public Health and Nutrition, Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia, Indonesia


OP2-035-6

Paradoxical Reactions to Latent Tuberculosis Therapy and Risk of Drug Resistance: a Retrospective Cohort Study

Andrew Flynn, Family Medicine, University of Colorado School of Medicine, United States


OP2-035-7

Utilization of MCH Book and Mother Knowledge about Danger Sign of Pregnancy in Muara Siberut Village

Chatarina Ira Christanti, Pendidikan Kedokteran Umum, Fakultas Kedokteran UNIKA Atma Jaya, Indonesia


OP2-035-8

Diabetes Mellitus Comorbidity in Patients Enrolled in Tuberculosis Drug Trials: Reviewing Its Current Inclusion and Identifying Unmet Needs

Athaya Febriantyo Purnomo, Medical Faculty, University of Brawijaya, Indonesia


OP2-035-9

Surveillance for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus in Gyeonggi Province, Korea, 2016/17.

Sukhyun Ryu, Division of Infectious Disease Control, Gyeonggi Provincial Government, Korea

R1AB(3F)
Oral
OP2-036: Health issues and family physician 3

Chairs: James Rourke, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Sunmi Yoo, Inje University Haeundae Paik Hospital, Korea

OP2-036-1

Post Traumatic Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo

Abdelaziz Hamdene, Family Physician, Private Practice, Tunisia


OP2-036-2

Diversity in Prenatal Care Guidelines around the World: a Comparison between Brazilian Cities and Protocols from UK, Australia, Spain and Portugal

Bruno Brunelli, DIRAPS, Secretaria De Saúde Do Distrito Federal, Brazil


OP2-036-3

Obstetrical and Gynecological Needs of Women Who Have Sexe with Women (WSW)

Thomas PIPARD, College Universitaire De Médecine Générale, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France


OP2-036-4

A Randomized Clinical Trial of Synbiotics in Irritable Bowel Syndrome: the Dose-Dependent Effects on Gastrointestinal Symptoms and Fatigue

Sang-Hoon Lee, Department of Family Medicine, Weedahm Oriental Hospital, Korea


OP2-036-5

Assessing Primary Care to Support Universal Health Coverage

Karen Kinder, Service Delivery and Safety, World Health Organization, Switzerland


OP2-036-7

Association between Cardiometabolic Risk Factors and Decreased Glomerular Filtration Rate

Ji Na Kim, Department of Family Medicine, Asan Medical Center, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Korea

R2A(3F)
Oral
OP2-037: Health issues and family physician 4

Chairs: Gboyega Ogunbanjo, Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University, South Africa
YOUNG AH CHOI, Pundang Jesaeng General Hospital, Korea

OP2-037-1

Patient-centered Care in the Context of Culture: a Qualitative Study in Java, Indonesia

Hari Kusnanto, Family Medicine and Community Medicine, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia


OP2-037-2

Scaling up an Utilization of Mobile Health Technology at the PHC and Community Levels in Mongolia Project Results

Altantuul Jadamba, Chingeltei District, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, Undrakh-Ireedui, Mongolia


OP2-037-3

Demographics, Health Literacy and Chronic Disease Self Management in Multi-Ethnic Singapore

Chee Wei Tan, Care & Health Integration, Changi General Hospital, Singapore


OP2-037-4

Perception of Global Family Doctors on the Concept of “One Family Physician for Every Family”

DANIEL THURAIAPPAH, FAMILY MEDICINE TRAINING, ACADEMY of FAMILY PHYSICIANS MALAYSIA, Malaysia


OP2-037-5

Relationship between Metabolically Obese Phenotypes and the Risk of Chronic Kidney Disease

Yu-Fong Syu, Department of Family Medicine, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Keelung, Taiwan


OP2-037-6

Family Planning and Sexual Education in Sao Tome and Principe

Rita Matos, Arslvt, Unidade De Saude Familiar Forte, Portugal

R2B(3F)
Topic for October 20: Aging

Today’s topic is “Aging” by Dr. John Beard, director of Ageing and Life Course from the World Health Organization. He has been a leader in planning and implementing the Healthy Ageing Strategy and the WHO’s Integrated Care for Older People (ICOPE) program, stressing primary care for their success.
He will talk about the role of primary care physicians in the healthy aging model of care from the WHO perspective.

For more about the programs, please click the download button below.


06:30 - 08:00 Sunrise Run to Olympic Stadium
08:00 - 09:00 Parallel Session 8
Seminar
SE3-035
Quick Pearl for Common Office Presentation

Chair: Rejina Kamrul, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Speaker: Rejina Kamrul, University F SaskatchewanO, Canada

101(1F)
Seminar
SE3-036
Needs of Cancer Survivors and the role of family physician

Chair: Maresi Berry-Stoelzle, Iowa University, United States

Speakers: Jungkwon Lee, Samsung Medical Center, Korea
Hye Yeon Koo, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea

102(1F)
Workshop
WS3-093
Statin Non Compliant Diabetes/CAD Patients in Primary Care – Can We Improve Current Reality and by What Means?

Chair: ILAN HEINRICH, CLALIT HEALTH SERVICES, Israel

Speaker: ILAN HEINRICH, CLALIT HEALTH SERVICES, Israel

103(1F)
Workshop
WS3-094
Chronic Kidney Disease Made Easy: Family Doctor Perspective

Chair: Rui Buzaco, UCSP Olaio, Portugal

Speakers: Joana Monteiro Dias, Hospital Santa Maria, Portugal
Rui Buzaco, UCSP Olaio, Portugal

104(1F)
Seminar
SE3-037
Approach of mastalgia in primary health care

Chair: Viviane Sachs, University of Oklahoma, United States

Speaker: Viviane Sachs, University of Oklahoma, United States

105(1F)
Seminar
SE3-038
The Role of Primary Care Specialists to Promote Employee Health

Chair: Eunju Sung, Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, Korea

Speakers: Sunyoung Kim, Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, Korea
Hyungseok Oh, Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, Korea
Chanwon Kim, Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, Korea
Sungwoo Hong, Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, Korea

201(2F)
Workshop
WS3-095
Aging and Anti-aging

Chair: Duk Chul Lee, Yonsei University, Korea

Speakers: Ji Sook Moon, CHA University, Korea
Yong-Jae Lee, Yonsei University, Korea

201(2F)
Seminar
SE3-039
Community Health Clinics in Bangladesh: a Model for Developing Countries

Chair: Kanu Bala, WONCA South Asia, Bangladesh

Speaker: Kanu Bala, WONCA South Asia, Bangladesh

201(2F)
Workshop
WS3-096
Role of Fathers in Child Marriage

Chair: Kate Anteyi, Wonca Working Party for Women & Family Medicine, Nigeria

Speakers: Jinan Usta, American University of Beirut Medical Center, Lebanon
Nagwa Hegazy, Family Medcine Department, Menofia University, Egypt
Temitope Ilori, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL, Nigeria
Omneya Elsherif, Egyptian Fellowship Board, Egypt

209A(2F)
Workshop
WS3-097
Improving GP Management of the Elderly

Chair: Constance Dimity Pond, University of Newcastle, Australia

Speakers: Constance Dimity Pond, University of Newcastle, Australia
Mohd Fairuz Bin Ali, National University of Malaysia, Australia

Auditorium(3F)
Workshop
WS3-098
Women's Health in Disasters and Emergencies

Chair: AILEEN ESPINA, Philippine Academy of Family Physicians, Philippines

Speaker: AILEEN ESPINA, WWPWFM, Philippines

R1AB(3F)
Seminar
SE3-040
The Family Physicians Role in Emergency Medicine around the World

Chair: Victor Ng, WONCA SIG EM/UC, Canada

Speakers: Victor Ng, WONCA SIG EM/UC, Canada
Elena Klusova, University Hospital Can Misses, Spain
Pramendra Prasad Gupta, B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, United States
Kim Yu, Vituity, United States

E1(3F)
Seminar
SE3-041
Diagnosis and Management of Chronic Abdominal Wall Pain

Chair: Brian Shian, University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, United States

Speaker: Brian Shian, University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, United States

E2(3F)
Workshop
WS3-099
Performance Assessment for Generalists

Chair: Nobutaro Ban, Aichi Medical University, Japan

Speakers: Nobutaro Ban, Aichi Medical University, Japan
Hoonki Park, Hanyang University, Korea
Valerie Wass, Keele University, United Kingdom

E3(3F)
08:00 - 09:00 Oral Presentation
Oral
OP3-038: Future medicine 1: health equity and risk prediction

Chairs: John Wynn-Jones, WONCA Rural Working Party, United Kingdom
Sang Min Park, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Korea

OP3-038-1

Flourishing Health Cascade: an Innovative, Inter-generational Health Promotion Program

Lorna NG, Family Medicine and General Out-Patient Department, Kwong Wah Hospital Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China


OP3-038-2

How Do Lay People Learn in a Palliative Care Educational Program Using a Story-based Approach?

Junji Haruta, Department of General Medicine and Primary Care, University of Tsukuba, Japan


OP3-038-3

The Rohingya Refugee Crisis: a Family Medicine Perspective

Zakiur Rahman, Family Medicine, Spice Route - WONCA, Bangladesh


OP3-038-4

The Effects of Cardiovascular Risk Factor Combined Anti-platelet Therapy and the Risk of Cerebrovascular Events in Patients with T2DM in an Urban Community over 96-months Follow-up: the Beijing Communities Diabetes Study 19

Xue-Lian ZHANG, Endocrinology, Beijing Tongren Hospital, Capital Medical University, China


OP3-038-5

Association between Practitioner Empathy and Risk of Cardiovascular Events and Death among Patients with Type 2 Diabetes: a Population-based Prospective Cohort Study in Primary Care in the UK

Hajira Dambha-Miller, Primary Care Unit, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

203(2F)
Oral
OP3-039: Enhancing primary care 1: integrated approach

Chairs: Alan Bruce Chater, Rural and Remote Medicine, University of Queensland, Australia
Sat Byul Park, Ajou University School of Medicine, Korea

OP3-039-1

Detecting Unmet Preventative Healthcare Needs of Adults Who Apply to an Educational Primary Care Center

Süheyla Atalay Kahraman, Family Medicine, Afyonkarahisar Dazkırı District State Hospital, Turkey


OP3-039-2

Bid” to Care by SingHealth Match-A-Nurse

Dr Ang Seng Bin ANG, Family Medicine Service, Singapore Health Services (SingHealth), Singapore


OP3-039-3

Advocacy in General Practice

BIKASH Gauchan, General Practice, Bayalpata Hospital, Nepal


OP3-039-4

Self Harm in Adolescents in Primary Care As a Sign of Depression and Suicide Risk

Nazan KARAOGLU, Family Medicine Department, Necmettin Erbakan University, Meram Faculty of Medicine, Turkey


OP3-039-5

Strategies to Improve the Cardiovascular Risk Factor Control among Patients with Chronic Diseases in the Primary Care Setting: Experience from Hong Kong in the Past Decade

Catherine Chen, Family Medicine and General Outpatient Clinic, Kowloon Central Cluster, Hospital Authority,, Hong Kong, China

209B(2F)
Oral
OP3-040: Enhancing primary care 2: including rural medicine

Chair: Laura Goldman, Boston University, United States

OP3-040-1

What about Me? Being the Offspring of Rural Clinicians

Lillian Manahan, Health, Griffith University, Australia


OP3-040-2

Clinical Pathway on Wellness for Older Persons

Eva Irene Maglonzo, Family Medicine, Philippine Academy of Family Physicians, Philippines


OP3-040-3

Integrated Care within the Framework of Disease Management Program

Lyazzat Kosherbayeva, Public Health, Kazakh National Medical University, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan


OP3-040-4

Four Key Elements in Creating a New Rural Medical Generalist Training Pathway.

Daniel Manahan, Rural Division, Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service, Australia


OP3-040-5

Willingness of Private Primary Care Physicians to Provide Promotive and Preventive Care: a Qualitative Study

Nita Arisanti, Department of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia


OP3-040-6

The Fellowship in Advanced Rural General Practice of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners-the Other Australian Rural Generalist Qualification.

Gerard Gill, General Practice, Deakin University, Australia

210A(2F)
Oral
OP3-041: Enhancing primary care 3: considering a regional & cultural characteristics

Chair: Byung Yeon Yu, Konyang University Hospital, Korea

OP3-041-1

Haiti and the Dominican Republic a Challenge between the Barrier of Language and Culture, Breaking the Wall

Erdon Garcia, Duarte Province, National Health Service, Dominican Republic


OP3-041-2

Married Women and Extramarital Sexual Relationship: a Cross Sectional Study in Shiraz, Iran

Behnam Honarvar, Institute of Health, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences,Shiraz,Iran, Health Policy Research Center, Iran


OP3-041-3

Improving Accessibility, Efficiency and Quality of Care with Integrated Primary Care Teams (IPCT - Interdisciplinary Primary Care Teams with a Large Scope of Nursing Practice)

Arnaud Duhoux, Faculty of Nursing, University of Montréal, Canada


OP3-041-4

Exploring Effective Preparation for Natural Disasters in Home-care Patients in Ako, Japan – Action Research

Naohi Isse, General Medicine, Ako City Hospital, Japan

211(2F)
Oral
OP3-042: Enhancing primary care 4: community health
OP3-042-1

Evaluation of Changes in the Hematological Parameters, Lipid Profile and Depressive Symptoms before and after Smoking Cessation Treatment

Ruhusen Kutlu, Department of Family Medicine, Necmettin Erbakan University, Meram Medicine Faculty, Turkey


OP3-042-2

Community Ecomap - the Construction and Validation Process of an Instrument Proposed for the Organization of the Community Resources

Ilze Kaippert, Diraps Norte, Secretaria Estadual De Saúde Do Distrito Federal, Brazil


OP3-042-3

Office-Based Physical Performance Tests on Fall Risk Assessment among Older People Living in the Community

TUNG-WEI KAO, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Tri-Service General Hospital, Taiwan


OP3-042-4

Brazilian Primary Care Physicians’ Job Satisfaction: a Cross-sectional Exploratory National Study.

Juliana Da Rosa Wendt, Clinical Medicine Departament, Universidade Federal De Santa Maria, Brazil


OP3-042-5

Domain-Specific Quality of Life and Body Mass Index in Korea Elderly People

NA LEE PARK, Department of Family Medicine, Asan Medical Center, Korea


OP4-054-2

Non Smoking Week of the Spanish Society of Family and Community Medicine

Jose-Miguel Bueno-Ortiz, Sección Internacional, Sociedad Española De Medicina Familar Y Comunitaria (SEMFYC), Spain

R2A(3F)
Oral
OP3-043: Enhancing primary care 5: quality of life

Chair: Jong Lull YOON, Hallym University College of Medicine, Korea

OP3-043-1

Evaluation of Preventive Primary Care Services after Family Medicine Scheme: a Population-based Study

Mehmet Akman, Family Medicine, Marmara University, Turkey


OP3-043-2

Exploring the Views and Dietary Practices of Older People at Risk of Malnutrition and Their Carers: Nutrition in Later Life Study

Cini Bhanu, Primary Care and Population Health, UCL, United Kingdom


OP3-043-3

Health Problems among Older Adults with Multimorbidity in a Primary Care Programme in Hong Kong

Samuel Yeung Shan Wong, JC School of Public Health and Primary Care, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China


OP3-043-4

Quality of Life among Elderly with Non-Communicable Diseases in Ende Tengah District, Indonesia

Reynard Laysandro, Public Health and Nutrition, Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia, Indonesia


OP3-043-5

Sarcopenia Is Associated with Albuminuria in the Male Elderly

Zih-chien Lu, Department of Family Medicine, China Medical University Hospital, Taichung, Taiwan; Department of Family Medicine, China Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan, China Medical University and Hospital, Taiwan

R2B(3F)
09:00 - 12:00 Paid Workshop
SS3-009 Ultrasound: Musculoskeletal System

Chair: Byungsung Kim, Kyung Hee University, Korea

E4(3F)
09:00 - 09:20 Break
09:20 - 09:35 Daily Report
09:35 - 10:25 Presentation of WONCA Awards
10:25 - 10:40 Coffee Break
10:25 - 10:40 Tai Chi Demonstration
SS3-009 Tai Chi Demonstration

TBA

Exhibition Hall(1F)
10:40 - 12:10 Parallel Session 9
Workshop
WS3-100
Developing a Research Framework to Improve the Care of Complex Patients in Primary Care

Chair: Ngiap Chuan Tan, SingHealth Polyclinics, Singapore

Speakers: Agnes, Ying Leng Koong, SingHealth Polyclinics, Singapore
Gilbert, Choon Seng Tan, SingHealth Polyclinics, Singapore

101(1F)
Seminar
SE3-042
Cancer survivorship care model in primary care

Chair: Jungkwon Lee, Samsung Medical Center, Korea

Speakers: Maresi Berry-Stoelzle, Iowa University, United States
DongWook Shin, Samsung Medical Center, Korea
Jihun Kang, Kosin University Gospel Hospital, Korea
Jong Hyock Park, Chungbuk National University Hospital, Korea

102(1F)
Workshop
WS3-101
"Doctor, Do I Need a Statin?" Making the Decision with the Patient

Chair: Shadia Constantine, Sapporo Tokushukai Medical Corporation, Japan

Speakers: Urara Nakagawa, Sapporo Tokushukai Medical Corporation, Japan
Naohiko Kunimoto, Sapporo Tokushukai Medical Corporation, Japan
Halim Baek, Sapporo Tokushukai Medical Corporation, Japan
Shadia Constantine, Sapporo Tokushukai Medical Corporation, Japan

103(1F)
Workshop
WS3-102
Longer-Term Stroke Management in Primary Care – the Roles of Different Components and Multidisciplinary Approach in Providing Comprehensive and Integrated Care.

Chair: Noor Azah Aziz, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia

Speakers: Noor Azah Aziz, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia
Aznida Firzah Abdul Aziz, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia
Mohd Fairuz Ali, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia

104(1F)
Workshop
WS3-103
Improving the Health of Your Community: Population Health Competencies for Family Doctors

Chair: Jong Koo Lee, Seoul National University College of Medicine, United States

Speakers: Viviana Martinez-Bianchi, Duke University, Department of Community and Family Medicine, United States
Samuel Fam, Duke University, Department of Community and Family Medicine, United States
Mi Hee Cho, Seoul National University Health Service Center, Korea

105(1F)
Workshop
WS3-104
Non Drug Interventions for Depression - What the Family Doctor Can Do in a Routine Consultation

Chair: Weng Yee Chin, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

Speakers: Weng Yee Chin, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
Cindy Lam, WONCA Working Party for Mental Health, Hong Kong, China

201(2F)
Workshop
WS3-105
What to Prescribe in Elderly Patients with Major Depressive Disorder in Primary Care: an Overview Including Collaboration with Psychiatric Clinical Pharmacist

Chair: Matej Stuhec, Psychiatric Hospital Ormoz, Slovenia & Faculty of Pharmacy, Ljubljana, Slovenia, Slovenia

Speaker: Matej Stuhec, Psychiatric Hospital Ormoz, Slovenia & Faculty of Pharmacy, Ljubljana, Slovenia, Slovenia

202(2F)
Seminar
SE3-043
Challenging Asthma

Chair: Tan Tze Lee, IPCRG, Singapore

Speaker: Amanda Barnard, IPCRG, Australia

205B(2F)
Workshop
WS3-106
Workshop on Knee Pain and Knee Osteoarthritis

Chair: Carmen Wong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

Speaker: Regina Wing Shan Sit, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

209A(2F)
Workshop
WS3-107
Home Visits with the Elderly Patient: the Art of Family Medicine/General Practice in the Patient's Home

Chair: Caitlyn Rerucha, Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center, Family Medicine Residency Program, Fort Hood, Texas, United States

Speakers: Caitlyn Rerucha, Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center, Family Medicine Residency Program, Fort Hood, Texas, United States
Ruben Salinas, Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center, Family Medicine Residency Program, Fort Hood, Texas, United States

209B(2F)
Workshop
WS3-108
WONCA's Academic Members - How Can We Best Support Their Leadership?

Chair: Michael Kidd, WONCA PAst President, Canada

Speakers: Felicity Goodyear-Smith, Chair, WONCA Working Party on Research, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Chris Van Weel, WONCA WP Research, Netherlands

Auditorium(3F)
Workshop
WS3-109
Mentorship in Leadership for Young Female Doctors. a Possibility for the WWPWFM and Young Female Family Physicians Movement Joint Undertaking

Chair: Kate Anteyi, Wonca Working Party for Women & Family Medicine, Nigeria

Speakers: Martha Makwero, Family Medicine Consultant QECH/ Ndirande Health Centre, Malawi
Zorayda Leopando, lippine Academy of Family Physicians, Philippines
Lucy Candib, University of Massachusetts Medical School, United States
Ana Barata, ACeS Amadora, Portugal

R1AB(3F)
Workshop
WS3-110
Primary Care Transformation in South Korea

Chair: Duk Chul Lee, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea

Speakers: Yoon Kim, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Korea
BeLong Cho, Seoul National University Hospital, Korea
Sungbae Park, NHIS Ilsan Hospital, Korea
Sun Wook Hwang, Catholic University St. Paul`s Hospital, Department of Family Medicine, Korea

E1(3F)
Workshop
WS3-111
Checking the Checkboxes of Quality Measures

Chair: Alan Drabkin, EBSCO/DynaMed, United States

Speaker: Alan Drabkin, EBSCO/DynaMed, United States

E2(3F)
Workshop
WS3-112
Spiritual Health Care Promotion: How to Provide it in Family Physicians’ Consultation

Chair: TIN MYO HAN, Myanmar GPs Society, Myanmar

Speakers: TIN MYO HAN, Myanmar GPs Society, Myanmar
DM Thuraiappah, Academy of Family Physicians Malaysia, Malaysia

E3(3F)
10:40 - 12:10 Korean Sessions
Oral
KS3-001: Korean Sessions
KS3-001-1

Association between Waist Circumference and Grip Strength in Korean Adults Aged 50 Years and Older: Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2015

Sae-Mi Kang, Family Medicine, Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, SungKyunKwan University, School of Medicine, Seoul, Korea


KS3-001-2

Association between Age at Natural Menopause with Diabetes and Prediabetes

Song Geeyoun, Family Medicine, Ewha Womans University Mokdong Hospital, Korea


KS3-001-3

EUROQOL VISUAL ANALOGUE SCALE (EQ-VAS) AS a PREDICTING TOOL for FRAILTY in OLDER KOREAN ADULTS: the KOREAN FRAILTY and AGING COHORT STUDY (KFACS)

SANG WOO KIM, Department of Family Medicine, KYUNG HEE Medical Center, Korea


KS3-001-4

Prescription Pattern for a Simulated Patient with Common Cold at Exclusion Pharmacies of the Separation of Dispensary from Medical Practice ; YEONGDONG of GANGWON Province

Hyeongcheol Lee, Family Medicine, Gangneung Asan Hospital, Korea


KS3-001-5

Comparison of VAI and CVAI for the Prediction of Coronary Calcium Score in Korean Adults

Seung-Min Lee, Family Medicine, Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, Korea


KS3-001-6

Comparison of Online Information about E-cigarettes between Naver and Google.

Sun Ju Kim, Family Medicine, Dan Kook University Hospital, Korea

E5(3F)
10:40 - 12:10 Oral Presentation
Oral
OP3-044: Future medicine 2: health equity and health promotion

Chairs: Kanu Bala, University of Science & Technology Chittagong, Bangladesh
JI WON LEE, Yonsei University College of Medicine Gangnam Severance Hospital, Korea

OP3-044-1

English Language Proficiency Can Impact the Quality of Care New Immigrants Receive: Perspectives of Patients and Healthcare Providers in Canada

Rejina Kamrul, Academic Family Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, Canada


OP3-044-3

Using Theatre to Enhance Awareness and Understanding of Dementia in the Developing World

Kaleem Ahmed, Medical College (MBBS), Aga Khan University, Pakistan


OP3-044-4

Are Hong Kong Caregivers Supported by Policies? a Time Series Analysis.

Crystal Ying Chan, JC School of Public Health and Primary Care, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China


OP3-044-5

Exposure to Secondhand Smoke and Risk of Cancer: a Meta-Analysis of Epidemiologic Studies

Hae Jin Ko, Department of Family Medicine, School of Medicine, Kyungpook National University, Korea


OP3-044-6

Association between Fall and Sarcopenia: Using Data from Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey KNHANES 2008-2012

Ji-Hyun Kim, Department of Family Medicine, Korea University College of Medicine, Korea

203(2F)
Oral
OP3-045: Care for lderly or cancer patients
OP3-045-1

Public Attitudes toward Cancer Patient Survival in Oman - a Cross-sectional Study

Mohammed Al-Azri, Family Medicine and Public Health, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman


OP3-045-2

Reliability on Medication Dispensing Systems Used in Nursing Homes by General Practitioners’ (GP).

Gerard NGUYEN DUC LONG, 22 Rue Carnot, Cabinet Médical Monny Lobe, France


OP3-045-3

The Association between Anemia and Low Bone Mass in Taiwan Community Dwelling Elderly Women

Yu-Ju Chan, Department of Family Medicine, China Medical University Hospital, Taichung, Taiwan; Department of Family Medicine, China Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan, China Medical University and Hospital, Taiwan


OP3-045-4

Overnight Pulse Oximetry for Obstructive Sleep Apnea Screening among Patients with Snoring in Primary Care Setting: Clinical Case Series

Lap Kin Chiang, Family Medicine and General Outpatient Department, Kwong Wah Hospital, Hospital Authority, Hong Kong, China


OP3-045-5

The Effectiveness of William's Flexion Movement in Reducing Low Back Pain among Informal Shoe Workers

Indah Widyahening, Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia


OP3-045-6

Young Family Doctors' Willingness toward Inter-hospital Exchange Program in Taiwan.

Pinghsun Chang, Department of Family Medicine, National Taiwan University Hospital HsinChu Branch, Taiwan


OP3-045-7

Does Professional Identity Matters in Family Medicine?

Zehra DAGLI, Family Medicine, Ankara University, Turkey


OP3-045-8

Non Pharmacological Cognitive Stimulation Effects on Mini Mental State (MMS) Evaluation in an Elderly Population.

Gerard NGUYEN DUC LONG, 22 Rue Carnot, Cabinet Médical Monny Lobe, France


OP3-045-9

Analysis of Behaviors of Healthy Life Style of the Old People with Chronic Disease

Nil Tekin, Family Practice, Narlidere Residential and Nursing Home, Izmir, Turkey

211(2F)
Oral
OP3-046: Occupational and Environmental Health

Chairs: Oleksii Korzh, Kharkiv Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Ukraine
Hwansik Hwang, Hanyang University Medical School, Korea

OP3-046-2

Feminicide in the Dominican Republic, an Emergency Situation for Primary Health Care

Dahiana Valentin De Garcia, Duarte Province, National Health Service, Dominican Republic


OP3-046-3

Air Pollution, Pulmonary Function and Healthcare Utilization in Socioeconomically Challenged Older Adults with Asthma

Bengt Arnetz, Family Medicine, Michigan State University - College of Human Medicine, United States


OP3-046-4

Community Ecomap - Evaluation of an Instrument Proposed to Help in the Organization of the Resources of the Territory

Ilze Kaippert, Diraps Norte, Secretaria Estadual De Saúde Do Distrito Federal, Brazil


OP3-046-5

The Effectiveness of Trigona Honey As an Adjunct Therapy for Patients with Allergic Rhinitis: an Open-label Randomized Controlled Trial.

Mohd Razi Mat Saud, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia


OP3-046-6

Family Functionality and Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression in Adolescents, Lima Perú

Rosa Villanueva, Lima, Policlinico Alberto Barton, Peru


OP3-046-7

Depression and Related Risk Factors among High Tech Workers in Southern Taiwan

Chien-Yuan Huang, Family Medicine, Chimei Medical Center, Taiwan


OP3-046-8

Single University Students and Risky Behaviors: a Cross Sectional Study in Shiraz, Southern Iran

Behnam Honarvar, Institute of Health, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences,Shiraz,Iran, Health Policy Research Center, Iran


OP3-046-9

Global Community, Isolation and Special Needs of Seasonal Workers - a Snapshot of the Opening Winter Season of Hokkaido’s First International Clinic-

Kunitake Moroi, Primary Care, Niseko International Clinic, Japan

R2A(3F)
Oral
OP3-047: Evaluation and Prevention of chronic diseases

Chair: Sung-Goo Kang, ST. Vincent's Hospital, the Catholic University of Korea, Korea

OP3-047-1

Construct the Performance Evaluation Index System of the Town (street) Medical and Health Institutions

Zhao Li, General Medical Center, Nanhai Hospital,Southern Medical University, China


OP3-047-2

What Is the Diagnostic Value of Symptoms and Signs for Identifying Pneumonia in Older Adult Outpatients? a Systematic Review.

Kome Gbinigie, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Oxford, University of Oxford, United Kingdom


OP3-047-3

A 48-month Prospective Study of the Effects of Multifactorial Interventions on Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Patients with T2DM in an Urban Community: the Beijing Communities Diabetes Study 12

Xue-Lian ZHANG, Endocrinology, Beijing Tongren Hospital, Capital Medical University, China


OP3-047-4

Our Primary Care Sweetest Diabetic Patients – Characteristics and Points of Concern

ILAN HEINRICH, FAMILY MEDICINE, CLALIT HEALTH SERVICES, Israel


OP3-047-5

Patient Engagement: Strategies to Improve the Chronic Disease Control among Ethnical Minority Patients in the Primary Care

Catherine Chen, Family Medicine and General Outpatient Clinic, Kowloon Central Cluster, Hospital Authority,, Hong Kong, China


OP3-047-6

Correlation of Serum Calcium with Blood Pressure and BMI among Ischemic Stroke Patients in Bangladesh.

Zakiur Rahman, Rural Health & Primary Care, Primary Care & Rural Health Bangladesh, Bangladesh


OP3-047-7

Health Longevity and Socio-Economic Status

Haruka Sakamoto1, Department of Global Health Policy, University of Tokyo, Japan


OP3-047-8

HAPPY - G Project - Health Advice, Promotion and Disease Prevention among Youth to Geriatric

Pratyush Kumar, Geriatrics, Wonca Rural South Asia, India


OP3-047-9

Addressing Indigenous Health in New Zealand

Tane Taylor, General Practice, Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners, New Zealand

R2B(3F)
11:50 - 13:00 Lunch
12:20 - 13:00 Satellite Symposium 4 (Sponsored by Pfizer)
The Essentials of Smoking Cessation: Pharmacological Treatment in Primary Care

Chairs: Kyle Hoedebecke, Yongsan Health Clinic, United States
Bangbu Youn, Kachon University of Medicine, Korea

Speaker: Alex Bobak, Senior Partner, General Practice, Wandsworth, UK, United Kingdom

Auditorium(3F)
13:20 - 14:05 Plenary Lecture 5
The role of primary care physicians in healthy aging model of care in WHO perspective

Chairs: Amanda Howe, President, World Organization of Family Doctors, United Kingdom
Jong Lull Yoon, Hallym University College of Medicine, Korea

Speaker: John Beard, Director, Ageing and Life Course, World Health Organization, Australia

Auditorium(3F)
14:05 - 14:15 Break
14:15 - 15:15 Paid Workshop
SS3-012 Ultrasould: Upper Abdomen

Chair: Jong Gun Park, Hana Union Clinic, Korea

E4(3F)
14:15 - 15:45 Special Session
SS3-011 Very Brief Advice: Practical Tools to Advise Patients

Chairs: Eon Sook Lee, Inje University Ilsanpaik Hospital, Korea

Speaker: Alex Bobak, Senior Partner, General Practice, Wandsworth, United Kingdom

E209B(2F)
14:15 - 15:45 Parallel Session 10
Workshop
WS3-113
Quality and Safety in Family Practice: the Essential Nature of Significant Events and Their Analyses

Chair: David Moores, Dept. Family Medicine-University of Alberta, Canada

Speakers: David Moores, Dept. Family Medicine-University of Alberta, Canada
Mirella Chiodo, Dept. of Family Medicine, Canada

101(1F)
Workshop
WS3-114
Basic Emergency Life Support for Family Physicians

Chair: John Wynn-Jones, WONCA Working Party on Rural Practice, United Kingdom

Speakers: John Wynn-Jones, WONCA Working Party on Rural Practice, United Kingdom
Joy Mugambi, Afriwon Renaissance, India
Victor Ng, Wonca EM SIG, India
Elena Klusova, Wonca EM SIG Europe, Spain

102(1F)
Seminar
SE3-044
Addressing Elder Abuse and Neglect in General Practice

Chair: Sajaratulnisah Othman, WONCA Special Interest Group in Family Violence, Malaysia

Speakers: Sajaratulnisah Othman, Prevent Elder Abuse & Neglect Initiative (PEACE), University of Malaya, Malaysia
Wan Yuen Choo, Prevent Elder Abuse & Neglect Initiative (PEACE), University of Malaya, Malaysia
Fadzilah Hanum, Prevent Elder Abuse & Neglect Initiative (PEACE), University of Malaya, Malaysia
Farizah Mohd Hairi, Prevent Elder Abuse & Neglect Initiative (PEACE), University of Malaya, Malaysia

103(1F)
Workshop
WS3-115
Point-of-care Testing in Daily Practice; a Worldwide Hit?

Chair: Rogier Hopstaken, Saltro / Maastricht University, Netherlands

Speakers: Rogier Hopstaken, Saltro / Maastricht University, Netherlands

104(1F)
Workshop
WS3-116
Functional Medicine in Primary Care

Chair: Kwang-Min Kim, Ajou University, Korea

Speakers: Duk Joo Lee, Green Cross Cell, United States
Byoungjin Park, Yonsei University, Korea
Simon Sung, Sunin Bio, United States
Simon Sung, Sunin Bio, United States

105(1F)
Workshop
WS3-117
Communicating with the Psychologically Distressed Patient

Chair: Basem Saab, American University of Beirut Medical Center, Lebanon

Speakers: Basem Saab, American UniverAsity of Beirut Medical Center, Department of Family Medicine, Lebanon
Reina Alameddine, American UniverAsity of Beirut Medical Center, Department of Family Medicine, Lebanon

201(2F)
Workshop
WS3-118
"Art of Knee Joint Examination" Workshop

Chair: Youssef Nauf, Primary Health Care Corporation, Qatar

Speaker: Youssef Nauf, Primary Health Care Corporation, Qatar

202(2F)
Workshop
WS3-119
IMPLEMENTING PATIENT SAFETY PRACTICES in PRIMARY CARE SETTINGS

Chair: Jose Miguel Bueno Ortiz, Semfyc/Wonca Working Party on Quality and Safety, Spain

Speakers: Maria Pilar A, Semfyc/Wonca Working Party on Quality and Safety, Spain

203(2F)
Seminar
SE3-045
The Role of Family Doctors in the Delivery of Surgical Care at District Level Hospitals in the Developing World

Chair: Walter Johnson, World Health Organization, Switzerland

Speakers: Bruce Dahlman, Banda Health, Kenya
David Araujo, Ventura County Medical Center Family Medicine Residency Program, United States
Viviana Martinez-Bianchi, Duke University, United States
Shivum Agarwal, Advanced Rural-Global Medicine and Surgery, United States
Pratap Prasad, Maharajgunj Medical Campus Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, Nepal

205B(2F)
Workshop
WS3-120
Using the Aloba Method in the Feedback Process to Learners on Their Consultations

Chair: Karen FLEGG, , Australia

Speakers: Job FM METSEMAKERS, Maastricht University, Netherlands

209A(2F)
Workshop
WS3-121
IUD Insertion Workshop

Chair: Viviane Sachs, University of Oklahoma, United States

Speakers: Viviane Sachs, University of Oklahoma, United States

210A(2F)
Seminar
SE3-046
Chronic Obstructive Respiratory Disease 2018. (COPD) What’s New, and What Isn’t.

Chairs: Suraj Kumar, IPCRG, Singapore
Tan Tze Lee, IPCRG, Singapore

Speakers: Suraj Kumar, IPCRG, Singapore
Tan Tze Lee, IPCRG, Singapore

R1AB(3F)
Workshop
WS3-122
Designing Outpatient Clinical Decision Systems for High Use Rates, Provider Satisfaction, and Improved Care: Lessons from Meta-Analyses and Experience

Chair: Patrick O'Connor, HealthPartners Institute, United States

Speakers: Patrick O'Connor, HealthPartners Institute, United States

E1(3F)
Workshop
WS3-123
Practice-changing Studies- Identify and Inform

Chair: Alan Drabkin, EBSCO/DynaMed, United States

Speakers: Alan Drabkin, EBSCO/DynaMed, United States

E2(3F)
Seminar
SE3-047
Medical Informatics in Primary Care

Chair: Kyunghee Cho, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea

Speakers: Be Long Cho, Seoul National University Hospital, Korea
Seyoung Jung, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea
Frederick Chen, University of Washington, United States
Kyungchul Kim, Theragen, Korea

E3(3F)
14:15 - 15:45 Oral Presentation
Oral
OP3-048: New Horizons of Primary Care 1: Education of healthcare providers

Chair: Sang-Hyun Lee, NHIS Ilsan Hospital, Korea

OP3-048-1

Transition Care in the Philippines-Experiences,Perspectives and Challenges Encountered by Trainees in a Tertiary Hospital in the Philippines

Kashmir Mae Engada, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of the Philippines-Philippine General Hospital, Philippines


OP3-048-2

Lesson Learn from Integrated Social Engagement in the Community Towards Healthy Ageing

Rina Kurniasri Kusumaratna, Community Medicine/Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, Trisakti University, Indonesia


OP3-048-3

Community Healthcare through a Network of Hospital-linked Satellite Clinics

Susumu Yoshikuni, General Medicine, Hiroshima Kyoritsu Hospital, Japan


OP3-048-4

Using Family Physician Electronic Medical Record Data to Measure the Pathways of Cancer Care

Liisa Jaakkimainen, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto, Canada


OP3-048-5

Diagnosis and Treatment Process of Upper Respiratory Tract Infections in Children Applicable in Community Health Centers in China

Manling Liu, Institute of General Practice of Xi'an Medcial University, Xi'an Medical University, China


OP3-048-6

Prevalence of Exodus of Patients from a Family Medicine Clinic after Hurricane Maria

Karla Madrid Rivas, Family Medicine, Mayagüez Medical Center, Puerto Rico


OP3-048-7

Nature, Prevalence and Evolution of the Pap Smears’ Anomaly of the Women Less Than 25 Years: from a Sample of 26304 Realized in 2010.

Sofia Perrotin, Rhône, Université Lyon1, France


OP2-027-9

Ibero-American Harmonization of Country-based PCAT Instruments to Evaluate Regional Primary Health Care Performance

Jacqueline Ponzo, Family and Community Medicine, University of Republic, Uruguay

211(2F)
Oral
OP3-049: New Horizons of Primary Care 2: From childhood to elderly

Chairs: Larry Green, University of Colorado School of Medicine, United States
Young-Sung Suh, Keimyung University Dongsan Medical Center, Korea

OP3-049-1

Association with Presence of Regular Primary Care Physician in Chinese Elderly Populations

Martin Wong, Department of Public Health, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China


OP3-049-2

Family Characteristics of Children under Five Years Who Leave Multimicronutrients Supplementation in Health Center of Lima - Peru

Rosa Villanueva, Medicina Familiar, Policlinico Alberto Barton, Peru


OP3-049-3

Pre-pregnancy Care in Diabetic Women of Reproductive Age in Selangor, Malaysia

Ruziaton Hasim, Pandamaran Health Clinic, Klang Health District, Malaysia


OP3-049-4

Health Seeking Behavior of Medical Directors in Nigeria.

Jideofor Onyekwelu, Medicine, Obinwanne Hospital and Maternity, Nkpor, Nigeria


OP3-049-5

Appropriateness of GPs Medication Prescriptions among Elderly Nursing Home Residents.

Gerard NGUYEN DUC LONG, Epinay Sur Seine, Residence Jacques Offenbach ARPAVIE, France


OP3-049-6

Health and Empowerment of Rural Women

Marcela Cuadrado, Medicina Familiar Y Comunitaria, Universidad De La Republica Oriental Del Uruguay, Uruguay


OP3-049-7

Hospital and Family Doctor - Patient Relationship Case Report

Rui Buzaco, UCSP Olaio, ACES Loures Odivelas, Portugal


OP3-049-8

How to Shape Our Practice: the Case of GP Bloggers

Sophie Sun, Rhône, University of Medicine Jean Monnet, France

R2A(3F)
Oral
OP3-050: New Horizons of Primary Care 3: Activities in different countries
OP3-050-1

Hydration in Later Life: Exploring the Views and Current Practices of Older People

Cini Bhanu, Primary Care and Population Health, UCL, United Kingdom


OP3-050-2

Welcome to Amazonia - an European GP’s Perspective on Tropical Medicine

Ana Gomes Machado, Family Medicine, USF Monte Da Luz, Portugal


OP3-050-4

FUNCTIONAL DISABILITY and ASSOCIATION FACTORS in ELDERLY AGE over 50 YEARS OLD in THAILAND

Sirinapa Siriporn Na Ratchaseema, The Department of Social and Health, Khon Kaen Hospital, Thailand


OP3-050-5

What Are the Characteristics and Outcomes of the Patients Attending an After-hours Public Primary Care Facility at a Rural Area in Hong Kong? a General Practitioner-led Model and a Nurse-led Hypothetical Model

Lok Hang LEUNG, Family Medicine & Primary Health Care, Kowloon West Cluster, Hospital Authority, Hong Kong, China


OP3-050-6

Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners Rural Strategy: Improving the Rural Health Workforce to Meet the Needs of Rural Communities

Samantha Murton, Primary Health Care and General Practice, University of Otago, New Zealand


OP3-050-7

Quaternary Prevention: Health System Stakeholder´s Visions about Its Relevance in Primary Health Care and the Family and Community Health Care Model. Chile 2017.

Monica Nivelo, Atención Primaria Y Salud Familiar, University of Chile. Faculty of Medicine, Chile


OP3-050-8

Soaking up the Sun in the Mountains of Nepal: Story of a General Practitioner

Anup Samal, Department of Emergency Medicine and General Practice, Karnali Academy of Health Sciences, Nepal


OP3-050-9

Relationship Study between Congenital Anomaly Prevalence and Knowledge Level of Cadres & Pregnant Mothers about Folatic Acid Deficiency & Malnutrition in Pagedangan Village, Turen District, Malang Regency, East Java, Indonesia

Athaya Febriantyo Purnomo, Medical Faculty, University of Brawijaya, Indonesia

R2B(3F)
5 min. Presentation
PP1-114

Anticoagulants Safety in General Practice: One-Year Results from the CACAO Multicenter Prospective Cohort Study.

Paul Frappé, Department of General Practice, Inserm U1059 Sainbiose DVH, CIC-EC 1408 / Primary Care Unit, University of Geneva, Switzerland, University of Saint-Etienne, Faculty of Medicine, France


PP1-115

Validity and Applicability of a New Recording Method for Hypertension

Antoni Sisó-Almirall, CAP Les Corts, Consorci D'Atenció Primària De Salut Barcelona Esquerre, Spain


PP1-116

EFFECT of BLOOD PRESSURE CONTROL on CVD OUTCOME in PATIENTS with NEW HYPERTENSION : a NATIONWIDE COHORT STUDY

Do Hoon Kim, Department of Family Medicine, Korea University Ansan Hospital, College of Medicine, Korea University, Korea


PP1-120

The Body Mass Index Cut Off to Impair Obesity-related Quality of Life in Obese Korean Adults

Eunju Sung, Department of Family Medicine, Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, Korea


PP1-121

10-Years Transformation in Primary Health Care Wound Clinic -Quality, Safety & Efficient

Ka Ki Annette Lam, Family Medine & Primary Health Care, Hospital Authority, Hong Kong, China


PP1-108

Handgrip Strength Is a Predictor of Functional Outcomes, Readmission and Mortality for Patients with Hip Fracture: a Prospective Study with 6-month Follow-up, Interim Report

Bangyu Xu, Post Acute and Continuity Care, Singhealth Community Hospital - Sengkang, Singapore


PP1-096

Work Stress and Insomnia among Shift Workers in Southern Taiwan

Chien-Yuan Huang, Family Medicine, Chimei Medical Center, Taiwan

Exhibition Hall(1F)
15:45 - 16:05 Coffee Break
15:45 - 16:05 Tai Chi Demonstration
SS3-009 Tai Chi Demonstration

TBA

Exhibition Hall(1F)
15:45 - 16:05 Poster Presentation
PP3 Dowonload
16:05 - 17:05 Special Session
SS3-013 Hot Research Talk Show

Chair: Seung-Kwon Myung, National Cancer Center Graduate School of Cancer Science and Policy, Korea

Speakers: Jinri Kim, Promotion Center, H+ Yangji Hospital, Korea
Seung-Kwon Myung, National Cancer Center Graduate School of Cancer Science and Policy, Korea

101(1F)
16:05 - 17:05 Parallel Session 11
Workshop
WS3-124
The Culture of Dying: Palliative Care across the Globe

Chair: Sonia Tsukagoshi, Fukushima Medical University, Japan

Speakers: Ai Oishi, Kamakura Family Clinic, Japan
Daniel Korn, RCGP JIC, United Kingdom
Robindro Chatterji, Manning Base Hospital, Australia

102(1F)
Workshop
WS3-125
MEASURING FRAGILITY

Chair: ANNA MARIA PEDRO, CONSORCI SANITARI InTEGRAL, Spain

Speakers: Elena Klusova, Emergency Department - University Hospital Can Misses, Spain

103(1F)
Workshop
WS3-126
Dietary Supplements, Their Benefits and Risks from the Perspective of the GP Daily Practice

Chair: Przemyslaw Kardas, Medical University of Lodz, Poland

Speakers: Przemyslaw Kardas, Medical University of Lodz, Poland

104(1F)
Seminar
SE3-049
Evidence Based Therapeutic in Primary Care

Chair: Rejina Kamrul, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Rejina Kamrul, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Speakers: Rejina Kamrul, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

105(1F)
Seminar
SE3-048
The Three Most Common Indications of Prolotherapy in Primary Care

Chair: Yunjun Yang, Inje Univ., Korea

Speakers: Haeng Lee, Our Family Clinic, Korea

202(2F)
Workshop
WS3-127
Low Back Pain Tackling in Our Surgery. Can We Improve It?

Chair: JOSE-MIGUEL BUENO-ORTIZ, Spanish Society of Family and Community Medicine (SEMFYC). WONCA Working Party on Quality and Patient Safety, Spain

Speakers: JOSE-MIGUEL BUENO-ORTIZ, Spanish Society of Family and Community Medicine (SEMFYC). WONCA Working Party on Quality and Patient Safety.., Spain
MARIA-PILAR ASTIER-PEÑA, Spanish Society of Family and Community Medicine (SEMFYC). WONCA Working Party on Quality and Patient Safety.., Spain
MARIA-ROSARIO FERNANDEZ-GARCIA, Spanish Society of Family and Community Medicine (SEMFYC), Spain
SALVADOR TRANCHE-IPARRAGUIRRE, Spanish Society of Family and Community Medicine (SEMFYC), Spain
VERONICA CASADO-VICENTE, Spanish Society of Family and Community Medicine (SEMFYC). Wonca World Working Party on Education, Spain

203(2F)
Workshop
WS3-128
The Feminist Approach on Primary Care Settings

Chair: Aline Oliveira, Coletivo Feminista Sexualidade E Sa_de, Brazil

Speakers: Aline Oliveira, Coletivo Feminista Sexualidade E Saúde, Brazil
Luiza Cadioli, Coletivo Feminista Sexualidade E Saúde, Brazil
Nathalia Cardoso, Coletivo Feminista Sexualidade E Saúde, Brazil
Carla Marques, Coletivo Feminista Sexualidade E Saúde, Brazil

205B(2F)
Workshop
WS3-129
Family Physicians and Roles in Disaster

Chair: Kim Yu, Vituity, United States

Speakers: Kim Yu, Vituity, United States
Sonia Enid Ortiz-Flores, Ortiz-Flores, United States

209A(2F)
Seminar
SE3-050
Basic Enteral Tube Feeding for the Home Doctor

Chair: Kheng Hock Lee, Singapore General Hospital, Singapore

Speakers: Toh Yoon Ezekiel Wong, Hiroshima Kyoritsu Hospital, Japan

209B(2F)
Workshop
WS3-130
Rural Emergency Care Training for Family Physicians (RECTIFY) - Toxicology

Chair: Nisanth Menon Nedungalaparambil, Amala Institute of Medical Sciences, Thrissur, Kerala, India

Speakers: Joy Mugambi, Afriwon Renaissance, Kenya
Victor Ng, Wonca EM SIG Chair, Canada
Pramendra Gupta Prasad, BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Nepal

R1AB(3F)
Workshop
WS3-131
Nationwide Clinical Decision Support System for Drug Safety and Outcome Analysis with National Health Claim Database

Chair: Sang Min Park, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Korea

Speakers: Ji-Hye Byun, HIRA Pharmaceutical Policy Research Team, Korea
SukHyang Lee, College of Pharmacy, Ajou University, Korea
Hong Ji Song, Hallym University Sacred Heart Hospital, Dept. of Family Medicine, Korea

E1(3F)
Seminar
SE3-051
Teaching Point-of-Care Ultrasound Assisted Non-invasive Cardiac Evaluation

Chair: Brian Shian, University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, United States

Speakers: Brian Shian, University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, United States

E2(3F)
Workshop
WS3-132
Exercise prescription in primary care

Chair: Carlos Canhota, Coloane Health Center, Macau

Speakers: Rafael Cunha, UCSP Sete Rios, Portugal
Sibila Amaral, USF Do Parque, Portugal

E3(3F)
16:05 - 17:05 Oral Presentation
Oral
OP3-051: Health promotion 1: special population

Chair: Machiko Inoue, Professor, Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, Japan

OP3-051-1

Physical Activity for Children - Brief Intervention in a Family Doctor Appointment

Rui Buzaco, UCSP Olaio, ACES Loures Odivelas, Portugal


OP3-051-3

Equally Well: Together We Are Making a Difference

Les Toop, Head of Department General Practice, University of Otago, New Zealand


OP3-051-4

The Association between Distal Findings and Proximal Colorectal Neoplasia: a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Martin Wong, Division of Family Medicine and Primary Healthcare, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China


OP3-051-5

Obesity Status, Weight Perception, Food Intake Habits, and the Prevalence of Eating Disturbance among Boarding High School Students in South Korea

Yeonjae Lee, Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea


OP3-051-6

Incidence of Cholecystitis and Its Complications during Pregnancy and Puerperium

Julieta Fabiola Lechuga Velázquez, Family Medicine, Intituto Mexicano Del Seguro Social UMAA 55, Mexico

210A(2F)
Oral
OP3-052: Health promotion 2: special population

Chairs: Markus Herrmann, University of Magdeburg, Germany
Youn Seon Choi, Korea University Guro Hospital, Korea, Korea

OP3-052-1

Human Rights: Is It a Doctor's Business?

Ranit Mishori, Family Medicine, Georgetown University School of Medicine, United States


OP3-052-2

The Lists of Potentially Inappropriate Medications for Korean Older Adults

Mooyoung Kim, Department of Family Medicine, Seoul Medical Center, Korea


OP3-052-3

Comparison of Different Screening Tools to Diagnose Malnutrition in Elderly

Gerard NGUYEN DUC LONG, 22 Rue Carnot, Cabinet Médical Monny Lobe, France


OP3-052-4

Implementation of Palliative Care for Patient with Terminal Illness in Primary Care – the Primary Care Physicians and Nurses’ View

Nita Arisanti, Department of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia


OP3-052-5

Medical Graduation in Violent Territory: a Experience Speech in Family and Community Medicine in Rio De Janeiro

Juliana Machado De Carvalho, Primary Care, SMS Rio, Brazil

211(2F)
18:30 - Gala Dinner
Topic for October 21: Health Promotion

Today’s topic is “Health Promotion.” Prof. Machiko Inoue of Hamamatsu University School of Medicine will give a lecture under the title of Promoting health in a super-aging society - Community and government action in Japan.
She will focus on integrated community care services for older adults in Japan.

For more about the programs, please click the download button below.


08:00 - 09:00 Parallel Session 12
Seminar
SE4-052
A Novel and Comprehensive Management for IBS Using Microbiota-Gut-Brain Axis

Chair: Byungsung Kim, Kyung Hee University, Korea

Speaker: Young Woo Ahn, Bitsam Family Practice, Korea

101(1F)
Workshop
WS4-133
Emergency Medicine- Can We Incorporate It in Undergraduate Curriculum, Experiences for Different Countries

Chair: Pramendra Prasad Gupta, B.P.Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Nepal

Speakers: Victor Ng, College of Family Physicians of Canada, Canada
Kim Yu, Michigan Academy of Family Physicians, United States

102(1F)
Workshop
WS4-134
Family Violence: Working with the Whole Family - Joint Workshop with WWPWFM, WWP Rural Practice, and WONCA YDM

Chair: Kelsey Hegarty, WONCA Special Interest, Australia

Speakers: Kelsey Hegarty, WONCA SIG Family Violence, Australia
Amanda Barnard, WONCA Women’s Working Party, Australia
John Wynn-Jones, WONCA Rural Working Party, United Kingdom
Hagit Dascal-Weichhendler, WONCA Special Interest Group on Family Violence, Israel
Jinan Usta, American University of Beirut Medical Center, Lebanon
Sajar Othman, WONCA Special Interest Group on Family Violence, Malaysia
Ana Nunes Barata, WONCA Young Doctors Movement, Portugal
Omneya Ezzart Elsherif, WONCA Special Interest Group on Family Violence, Egypt

103(1F)
Seminar
SE4-053
Introduction of offline healthcare-based mobile healthcare programs

Chair: Eunju Sung, Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, Korea

Speakers: Hyungseok Oh, Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, Korea
Sungwoo Hong, Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, Korea

104(1F)
Seminar
SE4-054
Obesity Problem in the Lean Asian (Research Group of Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome in KAFM: Seminar 1)

Chair: Kyung-Soo Kim, Seoul St. Mary's Hosp., Catholic University Medical Center, Korea

Speakers: Byoungduck Han, SahmYook Medical Center, Dept of Family Medicine, Korea
Hae-Jin Ko, Department of Family Medicine, School of Medicine, Kyungpook National University, Korea
Nam-Seok Joo, Ajou University, School of Medicine, Dept of Family Medicine, Korea

105(1F)
Workshop
WS4-135
Medication without Harm: Which Are the Main Topics in Primary Care?

Chair: Jose Miguel Bueno Ortiz, Semfyc/Wonca Working Party on Quality and Safety, Spain

Speaker: Maria Pilar Astier Peña, Semfyc/Wonca Working Party on Quality and Safety, Spain

201(2F)
Workshop
WS4-136
VIOLENCE- What Will Happen Afterward?

Chair: Nagwa Nashat, Menoufia University, Egypt

Speakers: Nagwa Nashat, Menoufia University, Egypt
Amber Wheatley, Hywel Dda University Health Board, United Kingdom
Renata Pavlov, Family Medicine Practice-Zagreb, Croatia
Zakiur Rahman, Primary Care & Rural Health Bangladesh, Bangladesh

202(2F)
Workshop
WS4-137
Learning from a Patient’s Journey: a Novel Workshop

Chair: Richard Meng Kam Lee, National Healthcare Group Polyclinic, Singapore

Speakers: Richard Meng Kam Lee, National Healthcare Group Polyclinic, Singapore
Lijuan Dong, National Healthcare Group Polyclinic, Singapore
Predeebha Kannan, National Healthcare Group Polyclinic, Singapore

203(2F)
Workshop
WS4-138
Global Health Experience : Primary Health Care Strengthening

Chairs: Yonchul Park, Yonsei Univ. College of Medicine, Korea
Juhwan Oh, Seoul National University, JWLee Center for Global Medicine, Korea

Speakers: Jong Goo Kim, Yonsei Univ. College of Medicine, Korea
Hoon Sang Lee, Graduate School of Public Health, Yonsei University, Korea
Juhwan Oh, Seoul National University, JWLee Center for Global Medicine, Korea

205B(2F)
Workshop
WS4-139
Tobacco Cessation in Primary Care

Chair: Sibila Amaral, USF Do Parque, Portugal

Speakers: Sibila Amaral, USF Do Parque, Portugal
Rafael Cunha, UCSP Sete Rios, Portugal

209A(2F)
Workshop
WS4-140
Keeping Up-To-Date in Primary Care

Chair: Chris Smith, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom

Speakers: Chris Smith, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom
Sonia Tsukagoshi, RCGP (organisation) Junior International Committee (dept), United Kingdom

209B(2F)
08:00 - 09:00 Oral Presentation
Oral
OP4-053: Health Promotion 1

Chair: DANIEL THURAIAPPAH, ACADEMY of FAMILY PHYSICIANS MALAYSIA, Malaysia

OP4-053-1

Improving Hepatitis B Vaccination among Diabetes Patients Attending NCD Clinics in West Bay Health Center, Qatar

Youssef Nauf, Family Medicine, Primary Health Care Corporation, Qatar


OP4-053-2

Prevalence of Burnout in Lebanese Practicing Physicians

KHALIL ASHKAR, Family Medicine, American University of Family Medecine/ Lebanese University, Lebanon


OP4-053-3

Gender Difference in Psychological Issues and Internet Addiction in a Public University

HANIFATIYAH ALI, FAMILY MEDICINE, UNIVERSITI PUTRA MALAYSIA, Malaysia


OP4-053-4

Effects of Different Time and Strength Exercise on Metabolic Factors

Hsiang-Han Kao, Department of Family Medicine, China Medical University and Hospital, Taichung, Taiwan


OP4-053-5

"I Smoke...So What?" - the "5 R's" Intervention

Rita Meireles Pedro, USF Horizonte, ULS Matosinhos, Portugal


OP4-053-6

THE ROLE of INFORMATION MODALITY to INCREASE STOP SMOKING in ACTIVE SMOKERS

Mariatul Fadilah, Public Health and Community Medicine Department, University of Sriwijaya, Indonesia

210A(2F)
Oral
OP4-054: Health Promotion 2 OP4-054-1

Primary Care Interventions to Reduce Cardiovascular Risk Behaviours in Adolescents: a Systematic Review

Herve Tissot, Faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva, Switzerland


OP4-054-3

Relationship between Smoking and Drugs Abuse among Junior and Senior High School Students in Muara Siberut and Maillepet Village, Mentawai Islands

Vincent Gunawan, Atma Jaya Faculty of Medicine, Atma Jaya Faculty of Medicine, Indonesia


OP4-054-4

Changes in Food Behaviour and Nutritional Literacy among Russian Adolescents between 1995-2013.

Anastasiya Verho, Primary Health Care/ Public Health Promotion, Uiveristy of Helsinki, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland


OP4-054-5

Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of Family Doctors Graduated from Colombian Universities in Relation to the Assessment of Foot in the Diabetic Patient

Lina María Mahecha Rivera, Medicina Familiar, Universidad De Ciencias Aplicadas Y Ambientales - SOCMEF, Colombia

E1(3F)
09:00 - 09:20 Break
09:20 - 09:35 Daily Report
09:35 - 10:20 Plenary Lecture 6
Promoting health in a super-aging society – Community and government action in Japan

Chairs: Henry Lawson, World Organization of Family Doctors, Ghana
Duk Chul Lee, Yonsei University, College of Medicine, Korea

Speaker: Machiko Inoue, Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, Japan, Japan

103(1F)
10:20 - 10:40 Coffee Break
10:40 - 12:10 Parallel Session 13
Seminar
SE4-055
Health Care Practice in Favelas (slum Comunities)

Chair: Rita Helena Borret, Amfac - RJ, Brazil

Speakers: Rita Helena Borret, Amfac - RJ, Brazil
Ana Carolina Xavier, AMFAC - RJ, Brazil
Juliana Machado, Amfac - RJ, Brazil

101(1F)
Workshop
WS4-141
Nutrition Counselling in Primary Care

Chair: Carlos Canhota, Coloane Health Center, Portugal

Speakers: Sibila Amaral, USF Do Parque, Portugal
Rafael Cunha, UCSP Sete Rios, Portugal

102(1F)
Workshop
WS4-142
Caring for Your Sexual Minority Patients

Chair: Pierre-Paul Tellier, McGill University, Canada

Speaker: Pierre-Paul Tellier, McGill University, Canada

104(1F)
Seminar
SE4-056
Metabolic/ Bariatric Surgery (Research Group of Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome in KAFM: Seminar 2)

Chair: KyoungKon Kim, Gachon University, College of Medicine, Dept of Family Medicine, Korea

Speakers: Jin-Jo Kim, Department of Surgery, College of Medicine, the Catholic University of Korea, Korea
Yeon Ji Lee, Inha University Hospital, Dept of Family Medicine, Korea
Bumjo Oh, Seoul National University, School of Medicine, Dept of Family Medicine, Korea

105(1F)
Workshop
WS4-143
Air Pollution and Health, an Environmental "Epidemic": from Evidence to Practical Clinical and Community Interventions

Chair: Henry Lawson, Canada

Speakers: Alan Abelsohn, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto, Canada
Henry Lawson, Family Medicine Unit, Department of Community Health, University of Ghana Medical School, Ghana
Sankha Randenikumara, College of General Practitioners of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka

201(2F)
Seminar
SE4-057
Increasing Family Physicians’ Capacity to Coach and Mentor Each Other…Who Benefits…Why?

Chair: Victor Ng, Chair, WONCA Emergency Medicine, Canada

Speakers: Kelsey Hegarty, Chair, WONCA Family Violence, Australia
Hagit Dascal-Weichhendler, Chair, WONCA Family Violence, Israel
Ana Nunes Barata, WONCA Executive - YDM Member, Portugal
John Wynn-Jones, Chair, WONCA Rural, United Kingdom
Maria Pilar Astier Pena, Chair, WONCA Quality in Healthcare and Safety, Spain
Kate Anteyi, Chair, WONCA Women and Family Medicine, Nigeria

202(2F)
Workshop
WS4-144
Aesthetic Medicine Handled As Primary Care Practices

Chair: Minjeong Kim, Mihana Clinic, Korea

Speakers: Min Kim, Clinic M, Korea
Hyoung Jin Moon, BeUp Plastic Surgery Clinic, Korea
Jong Woo Kim, IU Clinic, Korea
Hyunok Kim, Toxnfill Clinc, Korea

203(2F)
Workshop
WS4-145
Ethical Considerations of Physicians’ Involvement with Politics

Chair: Issam Shaarani, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon

Speaker: Issam Shaarani, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon

205B(2F)
Workshop
WS4-146
Building Blocks for Rural Practice: Clinical Competence, Culture, and Collaboration

Chair: Nagwa Hegazy, Menoufia University, Egypt, Egypt

Speakers: Alan Chater, Rural and Remote Medicine, University of Queensland, Australia
Kim Yu, FAAFP Director of Quality and Performance, Vituity, United States
John Wynn-Jones, Chair RuralWonca, United Kingdom
Zakiur Rahman, Primary Care, Bangladesh

209A(2F)
Workshop
WS4-147
Heated Tobacco Product

Chair: Yu-Jin Paek , Hallym University Sacred Heart Hospital, Korea

Speakers: Yumiko Mochizuki, Japan Cancer Society, Korea
Cheol-Min Lee, Seoul National University, Korea
HeeJin Kim, Yonsei Univsity, Korea

209B(2F)
Workshop
WS4-148
Heated Tobacco Product

Chair: Bruno Gonçalves, Lisbon Health Department, Portugal

Speakers: Bruno Gonçalves, Lisbon Health Department, Portugal
Rita Abelho, Lisbon Health Department, Portugal
Carina Afonso, Lisbon Health Department, Portugal

E1(3F)
Workshop
WS4-149
Writing a Good Practice in Health Promotion

Chair: Isabel Segovia, University of Chile, Chile

Speakers: Isabel Segovia, University of Chile, Chile
Eleana Oyarzún, University of Chile, Chile
Mónica Nivelo, University of Chile, Chile

E2(3F)
10:40 - 12:10 Oral Presentation
Oral
OP4-055: Health Promotion 3

Chairs: Susanne Reventlow, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Sang Keun Hahm, Hanil General Hospital, Korea

OP4-055-2

Effect of Weight Loss after Therapeutic Patient Education on the Quality of Life Related to Urinary Incontinence among Obese Women

Julien Artigny, Haute Garonne, Faculty of Medecine Toulouse - France, France


OP4-055-3

Initiating Health Promotion with Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) in Japanese Community: Feasibility Study Report

Marinda Asiah Nuril Haya, Community Medicine; Education and Research in Family and Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia; Mie University Graduate School of Medicine, Indonesia


OP4-055-4

Effects of Tai Chi in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Whan-Seok Choi, Family Dept, The Catholic University of Korea, Seoul St. Mary's Hospital, Korea


OP4-055-5

Effectiveness of Electrochemically Reduced Water on Endogenous Enzymatic Antioxidants

YOUNG AH CHOI, Dpt of FAMILY MEDICINE, Pundang Jesaeng General Hospital, Korea


OP4-055-5

How to Utilize Exercise Prescription to Promote Structured Physical Activity for Older Adults to Improve Their Chronic Conditions and Functional Status?

Dae Hyoun Jeong, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, United States

210A(2F)
12:10 - 12:50 Closing