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2015 ESPACOMP - program

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THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12 (Pre-conference day)

Location: Prague Congress Centre

 

09:00 - 17:00

Workshops organized in parallel sessions:

 

Workshop 1 (ROOM: Klub A)

Advanced level course: Implementing and sustaining of adherence interventions in real world settings – A practical guide (Lead: Sabina de Geest)

 

Workshop 2 (ROOM: Klub D)

Economic evaluation methods and applications to medication adherence

(Lead: Dyfrig Hughes

 

THURSDAY  NOVEMBER 12: OPENING OF ESPACOMP (open to all ESPACOMP symposium attendees) 

Location: The reception will be held in The Old Carolinum in the centre of Prague (Address: Celetná 561/18, 110 00 Praha), the original ancient college of Charles University. 

How to go there: Directions from the PCC venue to the Welcome Reception (travel time 18 minutes): Take the Metro C from Vyšehrad (dir. Letňany / Ládví) to station Museum > change to Metro A (dir. Nemocnice Motol / Dejvická ) > one stop to Můstek > Exit in direction Můstek/Old Town > walk about 4 minutes to Carolinum (please see the map here).

 

 

17:30-18:00

Doors open

 

18:00-18:20

Welcome Word

Prof. Konvalinka: Role of Charles Uni in research and maybe some information about Carolinum
Prof. Šimůnek: Facuty of Pharmacy research activities 

 

18:20-18:50

Literature review

Breakthrough/paradigm shift papers in adherence research (Marijn de Bruin and Bernard Vrijens)

 

18:45 - 20:00

Welcome reception

 

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13 (Scientific meeting)

Location: Prague Congress Centre

 

08:45-09:00

Welcome

Jiri Vlcek (Faculty of pharmacy and teaching hospital in Hradec Kralove)

09:00-10:00

Jean-Michel Métry Memorial Lecture

Why is it so difficult to effectively intervene to improve medication adherence? Reflections on our successes and failures, and how we can do better moving forward

Ira Wilson (Brown University School of Public Health Providence, USA)

10:00-10:30

Coffee break

10:30-11:00

Plenary keynote speaker

Economics of medication adherence (Chairs: Judit Simon & Rob Heerdink)

Dyfrig Hughes (Bangor University, Wales, United Kingdom)

11:00-12:30

Parallel contributed sessions (abstract driven oral presentations)

 

A1: Economic and ethical aspects of adherence interventions (Chairs: Tatiana Belkina & John Urquhart)

 

 

11:00-11:15

Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the Adherence Improving self-Management Strategy (AIMS) in HIV-care 

Marijn de Bruin (University of Aberdeen; University of Amsterdam)

 

11:15-11:30

Exploring the costs and outcomes of an interdisciplinary HIV-adherence program in Switzerland 

Clémence Perraudin (Universities of Geneva & Lausanne, Switzerland)

 

11:30-11:45

Acceptability of twice daily inhaler reminders in asthma patients

Juliet Foster (Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, University of Sydney, Australia)

 

11:45-12:00

Acceptance of technology to monitor adherence to medication: a nation-wide survey

Liset van Dijk (NIVEL, Netherlands)

 

12:00-12:15

Determinants of initiation, implementation, and completion of amoxicillin for adults with an acute cough in primary care: pooled analysis of three international datasets

David Gillespie (South East Wales Trials Unit, Cardiff University, UK)

 

12:15-12:30

Questions and discussions for all presenters 

 

 

A2: Large epidemiological studies (Chairs: Harm Geers & Eric van Ganse)

ROOM: Klub E

 

 

11:00-11:15

Medication adherence in inflammatory bowel disease in the global ALIGN study: Impact of concerns and perceived necessity of immunosuppressants, 5-aminosalicylates, and tumor necrosis factor inhibitors

John Weinman (Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College, London, United Kingdom)

 

11:15-11:30

Effect of Community Pharmacist Intervention on Adherence to Long-Term Medications (ECO-PHIL)

Janice Pringle (Program Evaluation and Research Unit, Department of Pharmacy and Therapeutics, School of Pharmacy, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA)

 

11:30-11:45

Improving medication adherence and clinical outcomes in patients with hypertension

Ulla Hedegaard (Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacy, Department of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark)

 

11:45-12:00

Different operationalisations yield different adherence rates with dispensing data

Marcel Kooij (Utrecht University, Utrecht Institute for Pharmaceutical Sciences, Division of Pharmacoepidemiology & Clinical Pharmacology, Netherlands)

 

12:00-12:15

Measurement of inhaled corticosteroid adherence using electronic healthcare data: impact of methods on MPRs

Patrick C Souverein (Division of Pharmacoepidemiology & Clinical Pharmacology, Utrecht Institute for Pharmaceutical Sciences, Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands)

 

12:15-12:30

Questions and discussions for all presenters

12:30-14:15

Lunch & poster session

Moderators: Monique Elseviers (University of Antwerp, Belgium), Juliet Foster (Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, Sydney, Australia), Liset van Dijk (NIVEL, The Netherlands), Marcel Bouvy (Utrecht University, Netherlands), Alexandra Dima (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands), Dyfrig Hughes (Bangor University, Wales), Jiri Vlcek (Charles University Prague, Czech Republic)

14:15-15:45

Plenary Invited speakers (Chairs: Sabina de Geest & Liset van Dijk)

 

14:15-14:45

Adherence to medications in drug development and in clinical trials

Bernard Vrijens (WestRock Healthcare, Belgium)

 

14:45-15:15

Will they take the medicines? Adherence in Resource-Limited Settings and High-Risk Populations

Rachel Vreeman (Indiana University School of Medicine, USA)

 

15:15-15:45

Adherence from the Patient Perspective

Jana Pelouchova (Patient support organisation Diagnoza CML, the Czech Republic)

15:45-16:15

Coffee break

16:15-17:45

Round table discussion on medications adherence policy making: challenges, players, enablers and possible implications/resolutions

Moderator: Eyal Schwartzberg (Ministry of Health, Israel)

Program available here

17:45-18:00

Synergies between ESPACOMP and European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing Action Group A1 ‘Prescription and adherence to treatment'

Przemyslaw Kardas (Head, the First Department of Family Medicine
Medical University of Lodz, Poland)

19:00

Departure to the Gala diner with a guide: 45 minutes / 3,7 km walk.

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 14 (Scientific meeting)

Location: Prague Congress Centre

 

08:45-10:15

Parallel contributed sessions

 

A3: Electronic compilation of drug dosing history data (Chairs: Katerina Ladova & Juliet Foster) 

 

 

08:45-09:00

The effect of electronic monitoring feedback on improving medication adherence and clinical outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis 

Milou van Heuckelum (Departments of Research and Pharmacy, Sint Maartenskliniek, Nijmegen, Netherlands)

 

09:00-09:15

A method to objectively quantify adherence to inhaler therapy 

Richard Costello (Department of Respiratory Medicine, RCSI, Dublin, Ireland)

 

09:15-09:30

Compliance with calcium plus vitamin D supplementation over time

Tereza Touskova (Department of Social and Clinical Pharmacy, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Kralove, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic)

 

09:30-09:45

Variability in Medication Adherence Influences Self-Report

Jacqueline Dunbar-Jacob (University of Pittsburgh, USA)

 

09:45-10:00

Associations between personality traits and non-adherence assessed through self-report and electronic monitoring  

Hans Wouters (Department of Pharmacy, Unit of Pharmacotherapy and Pharmaceutical Care, Groningen Research Institute of Pharmacy, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands)

 

10:00-10:15

Questions and discussions for all presenters

 

 

A4: Education, knowledge and motivational interviewing (Chairs: Marie-Paule Schneider & Jacqueline Hugtenburg)

ROOM: Klub E

 

 

8:45-09:00

Motivational Interviewing to Improve Adherence to the Medical Treatment of Glaucoma in Patients of African Descent: A Pilot Study

Elizabeth McIntyre (Ophthalmology, Indiana University Glick Eye Institute, Indianapolis, IN, United States)

 

09:00-09:15

Patient knowledge as a critical factor in adherence to oral anticoagulants: use of an atrial fibrillation and anticoagulation questionnaire to tailor patient education

Lien Desteghe (Faculty of Medicine and Life Sciences, Hasselt University, Hasselt, Belgium & Heart Center, Jessa Hospital, Hasselt, Belgium)

 

09:15-09:30

The effect of a telephone counseling intervention by pharmacist on patients' beliefs about medicines and blood pressure control

Enrica Menditto (Center of Pharmacoeconomics, University of Naples Federico II, Italy)

 

09:30-09:45

Medication adherence via Computer-Assisted Telephone Interviews: improving patient-reported data within the ASTROLAB asthma study

Alexandra L. Dima (Amsterdam School of Communication Research ASCoR, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)

 

09:45-10:00

Put yourself in the patient's shoes: Future healthcare professionals experience a one-week multidrug treatment

Sophie Lauzier (Faculty of pharmacy, Université Laval, Québec, Québec, Canada & Chair on adherence to treatments, Université Laval, Québec, Québec, Canada)

 

10:00-10:15

Questions and discussions for all presenters

10:15-10:45

Coffee break

10:45-12:45

Plenary Keynote session on medication adherence in clinical practice

Introduction into the Medication compliance and adherence as a tool for maximization of effect and minimization of risk in Pharmaceutical care

(Chairs: Jiří Vlček & Przemyslaw Kardas

 

10:45-11:15

The physician perspective

Henry Smithson (University College Cork, Ireland)

 

11:15-11:45

The pharmacist perspective:

Beyond adherence, how to create a partnership with  patients

Marcel Bouvy (Utrecht University, Netherlands)

 

11:45-12:15

Medication Adherence In Clinical Practice: The Nurse Perspective

Bradi Granger (Duke University, School of Nursing, USA)

 

12:15-12:45

​The specialist perspective:

Adherence to antihypertensive drugs in patients with severe hypertension

Jiří Widimský (B. Štrauch IIIrd Department of medicine, General Faculty Hospital, Prague,   Czech republic)

12:45-13:00

Best poster award and adjourn

14:00-17:00

Future ESPACOMP & International collaborations

  • Coordination of Educational Programs on Medication Adherence
  • Initiatives for European/International research grants
  • Collaborations with Adherence Initiatives

 

POSTERS

 

Posterwalk 1

 

1

How Depression Affects Compliancy

Jessica Plott

2

Applying the Resources and Supports in Self-Management Framework to Examine Ophthalmologist-Patient Communication and Glaucoma Medication Adherence 

Betsy Sleath

3

Predictors of difficulty in medication intake in Europe: a cross-country analysis based on SHARE

Elisio Costa

8

Interdisciplinary medication adherence program: the example of a university community pharmacy in Switzerland  

Mélanie Lelubre

9

The development of an educational video to motivate teens with asthma to be more involved during medical visits and to improve medication adherence

Betsy Sleath

10

Medication adherence with phosphate binders in dialysis patients electronically measured with MEMSTM over a period of six months

Rita Marina Heeb

11

Dispensation of long-acting β agonists with or without inhaled corticosteroids, and risk of asthma-related hospitalization: a population-based study on French claims data 

Manon Belhassen

 

 

Posterwalk 2

 

12

An eHealth intervention for asthma self-management in teenagers: rationale and design of the ADAPT study  

Marcel Bouvy

15

Real-life adherence and persistence to oral anticoagulation for stroke risk reduction in patients with atrial fibrillation 

Franziska Michalski

16

Adherence to oral anticancer agents: Healthcare providers' perceptions, beliefs, and share decision making in Belgium and the Netherlands

Jacqueline Hugtenburg

17

Alternative way of data processing:Culig scale  

Josip Culig

19

Availability and quality of written information in community pharmacies for patients having an antidepressant drug treatment  

Sophie Lauzier

20

Socioeconomic differences in patient adherence to secondary preventive statin treatment after stroke.  

Maria Sjolander

21

A systematic review of studies comparing the Medication Event Monitoring System with alternative methods to measure medication adherence

Mickael Hiligsman

 

 

Posterwalk 3

 

22

Assessment of drug coverage by inhaled steroids in asthma, using French claims data   

Eric van Ganse

23

Mapping European Polypharmacy and Adherence Programs in Older Adults

Jennifer McIntosh 

24

Prescription of half tablets and the particular case of split quetiapine in Northern Switzerland 

Samuel Allemann

25

Effect of a mobile application on beliefs and adherence to medication in patients with Inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD)  

Kerstin Kvernroed

26

Pharmacists' perspective on pharmaceutical care for, and health/medication use of non-western elderly in the Netherlands

Hanneke Zwikker 

28

Adherence to oral anticancer agents: healthcare providers' perceptions and usual care in Belgium and the Netherlands

Lonneke Timmers

   

 

 

Posterwalk 4

 

33

Adherence to medications: beliefs, assessment and enhancement strategies in clinical research practice. Survey to healthcare professionals

Marc Tomas

34

The implementation of MEMS in daily pharmacy practice in patients with Parkinson's disease on levodopa

Harm Geers

35

Inhaler adherence following an exacerbation of COPD.

Imran Sulaiman

37

Neoadjuvant oral chemotherapy in rectal cancer: a clinical issue for clinicians 

Josep Alfons Espinàs

38

Improving adherence to adjuvant endocrine therapy in breast cancer with an educational approach: protocol of a pragmatic trial

Aurelie Bourmaud

40

INhaler Compliance Assessment (INCA) in an Asthma Cohort

Imran Sulaiman

41

New 4-item self-report adherence tool is associated with incident cardiovascular disease in older adults

Marie Krousel-Wood

 

Posterwalk 5

 

44

Early replacement of fentanyl TTS in clinical practice may mimic overuse

Isabelle Arnet

46

Impact of Disease Management by Rheumatologists and Dermatologists on Patients' Attitude Toward Medication in Psoriatic Arthritis: Results From the Global ALIGN Study

John Weinman

47

Applying behaviour change techniques in adherence interventions:experiences from the "Partnership in Adherence" pilot

Simona Ioana Stanciu

48

Development of a self-administered QUestionnaire to Identify Levers and BARRIER of Adhesion behavior to patient’s Medication: QUILAM

Audrey Lehmann

50

Patients’ satisfaction with information on oral anticancer agents

Christel Boons

53

Low-protein diet for chronic kidney disease patients: a random ordered probit model applied to observational data.

Lara Gitto

 

 

Posterwalk 6

 

55

Mindfulness and medication adherence in adolescents with asthma

Monique van de Ven

56

Medication Compliance with oral or subcutaneous Methotrexate treatment - is there a difference?

Kerstin Maiwald

58

An interactive mobile phone–website platform to facilitate real-time management of medication in chronically ill patients

Maite Martin

60

Non-adherence to immunosuppressives in kidney transplantation in Brazil (adhere Brazil multicenter study) – study protocol 

Helady Sanders-Pinheiro

61

ESRD patient’s adherence behavior evaluation by using end-stage renal disease adherence questionnaire (ESRD-AQ)

Verónica Poveda

62

Multilevel correlates of non-adherence to immunosuppressives in kidney transplant in the context of full medication coverage health system – a cross sectional study 

Helady Sanders-Pinheiro

 

 

Posterwalk 7

 

63

Self-efficacy, religious practices and adherence to immunosuppressives post kidney transplantation 

Helady Sanders-Pinheiro

64

Adherence to antihypertensive medication in high risk hypertensive patients and its correlates to treatment profile 

Helady Sanders-Pinheiro

67

Randomized controlled trial to test the (cost)-effectiveness of a patient tailored intervention programme to enhance adherence to cardiovascular medication

 Christel Boons

68

Predictors of Medication Adherence:  Fact or Artifact

Jacqueline Dunbar-Jacob

71

Rare diseases: challenge for health care providers and patients  

Judit Simon

73

Medication Adherence Programme at PMU Lausanne - A case study on People Centred and Integrated Health-Care Services (PCIHCS) Approach

Susan Kamal

 

Details
Year
2015  
Date meeting
2015-11-12 → 2015-11-14  
Address
Prague
Prague
CZECH REPUBLIC (CZ)