23rd ESPACOMP conference
Thursday November 21 to Saturday November 23,2019
This year’s ESPACOMP conference will have a special focus on digital health and patient empowerment.
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Join us in Porto, Portugal to learn about digital health, patient empowerment, and medication adherence. Learn more about our exciting program here below:
21-23 November 2019
About the conferenceThe principal activity of ESPACOMP is to organize a yearly symposium. It has become the meeting place for an increasing number of international adherence researchers, pharmacoepidemiologists, statisticians, industry people interested in compliance and persistence.
Implementation science and e-health
21 November 2019
About the workshop
This one day workshop addresses the intersection of implementation science and e-Health. Building upon prior ESPACOMP implementation science workshops, the goal of this advanced workshop is to delve deeply into how implementation science can inform intervention development and delivery of e-health interventions with the goal of creating programs that can be adapted to local context, disseminated or translated to other settings, and sustained over time. To accomplish this goal, we will review an international case study addressing stem cell transplantation. Balancing theoretical discussion, and practical hands-on learning, this workshop will be comprised of interactive presentations, group work, and discussion.
Workshop LeadersBart van den Bemt
Sabina De Geest
Adherence data analysis
19-21 November 2019
About the workshop
This workshop expands on previous ESPACOMP training in order to provide more practical tools, especially for early career researchers, to learn and perform analyses of adherence data from multiple sources in a supportive environment and interactive manner. The programme focuses on transparent and reproducible data analysis in R. It will cover R basics, adherence concepts, research design issues, hands-on demonstrations, and group and individual practice sessions using R on three data sources: electronic monitoring, electronic healthcare databases (prescription, dispensing or claims data), and self-report. Participants will be able to use the example datasets and code provided, and also to adapt code for their own datasets and research needs.
Workshop LeadersSam Allemann,
21 November 2019
About the workshop
Motivational interviewing (MI) is a collaborative conversation style for strengthening people’s motivation and commitment to change. It is an approach that has been demonstrated to enhance engagement and adherence in medical settings resulting in positive outcomes for patients. The aim of this interactive one-day workshop is to provide an introduction to motivational interviewing and expand your engagement skills. This workshop is intended for Portuguese-speaking healthcare professionals, physicians, pharmacists, nurses, including health psychologists, academics, educators, patient association managers, medicine agencies, pharmaceutical industry and other interested parties.
Workshop leadersDaniela Dunker Scheuner, Motivational interviewing trainer
Rute Sampaio, Local coordinator
Early bird fees, until October 1st, are listed here below:
After October 1st, all fees will increase by 100 EUR
Deadline for online registration is November 15
The registration fees include:
Admission to the lectures and workshops
Admisssion to the welcome reception and meeting dinner
Meeting materials ( programme booklet, pen, pad )
Morning coffee break, buffet lunch, afternoon coffee break
For queries related to registration and payment, please contact the meeting secretariat at: email@example.com
Information to come
The conference will be held at the Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Porto.
Address: R. Jorge de Viterbo Ferreira 228, 4050-313 Porto, Portugal
University of Porto, Faculty of Pharmacy
The Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Porto (FFUP, www.ff.up.pt) was established in 1921. Since then it has provided education, research and development in the field of pharmaceutical sciences. In addition to the transmission of scientific knowledge and skills, FFUP has a constant concern with the human and ethical dimensions, graduating professionals of excellence in the different areas of the pharmaceutical sciences. The faculty is one of the most renowned and sought-after institutions in Portugal, due to the experience and skills of the highlyqualified teaching and research staff, the quality of training provided and the type of research performed. The Faculty currently offers an integrated master in Pharmaceutical Sciences, six masters and seven PhD programs, some of them in collaboration with other institutions. The academic staff is integrated in four R&D Units (classified as Outstanding, Excellent and Very Good). These research units are focused on many different research fields, covering subjects such as analytical chemistry, bromatology, cell and molecular biology, biochemistry, biotoxicology, environment, medicinal chemistry, microbiology, pharmaceutical technology, pharmacology and phytochemistry. FFUP is highly active and productive as far as scientific research is concerned, holding one of the top positions in the ranking of the scientific production at University of Porto. Official images of Faculty and additional information are available here: https://indd.adobe.com/view/1f96a4ec-f5ba-4904-848f-767d58b6abdb