|CHRODIS PLUS CONFERENCE AGENDA|
|9:15||Zoom conference platform opens for participants|
Albert Zoltan Aszalos, Semmelweis University, Communications Leader of the Joint Action
OPENING OF CONFERENCE
Rokas Navickas - Scientific Coordinator of the Joint Action
Implementing good practices and tools across EU: How to speed-up the change?
María Teresa Moreno Casbas - Coordinator of the Joint Action
Improving the strategies of prevention and the quality of life of people with chronic conditions. An EU experience
|SESSION 1: CREATING HEALTH-PROMOTING COMMUNITIES AND WORKPLACES|
|9:45||Keynote speech by Commission representative - TBA|
|10:00||PRESENTATION: Strengthening Health Promotion and Disease Prevention across Europe: findings from CHRODIS PLUS
Host: Lina Papartyte, EuroHealthNet
|10.30||Chronic diseases and employment: promoting inclusion and wellbeing for all as keys to successful organizations
Hosts: Matilde Leonardi (Istituto Neurologico Carlo Besta) and Jaana Lindstrom (Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare) with participation of: Michela Eigenmann (Istituto Neurologico Carlo Besta), Eeva Rantala(Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare), Donna Walsh (EFNA), Alberto Lapi (Accenture), Francisco Ruiz (Andalusian Regional Ministry of Health and Families), Katie Gallagher (EPF).
|11:15||Parallel roundtable discussions|
|DISCUSSION 1. How to create environments and communities that promote health? Learning from the transfer, implementation and analysis of good practices across Europe
Moderator: Ingrid Stegeman, EuroHealthNet
| DISCUSSION 2. Health in all sectors: the challenges of employment and chronic diseases
Moderators: Matilde Leonardi (Istituto Neurologico Carlo Besta) and Jaana Lindstrom (Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare)
speakers invited: TBC
|SESSION 2: WORKING TOWARDS QUALITY CARE FOR EUROPEAN CITIZENS|
|12:45||PRESENTATION: Uptake of JA CHRODIS PLUS results in Slovenia.
Keynote speech by Rade Pribaković Brinovec, Head of Prevention and Promotion
Programmes Management, Slovenian National Institute of Public Health; Chrodis Plus Governing
Board Deputy Member Slovenia
|13:00||PRESENTATION: Single model. 3 countries. 5 pilot sites. 3740 patients. WHY and HOW?
Host: Rokas Navickas VULSK
|13:30||PRESENTATION: Engaged in collaboration, achieving results, in seven steps
Host: Lyudmil Ninov (European Patient Forum)
|14:15||Parallel roundtable discussions|
|DISCUSSION 1. Integrated Care for Multimorbidity: what is next?
moderator: Graziano Onder
speakers: Mirca Barbolini (EU expert), Antonio Sarria-Santamera (Nazarbayev University, School of Medicine), Giovanni Nicoletti (Ministry of Health of Italy); TBC (Spanish Ministry of Health); TBC (Ministry of Health of the Republic of Lithuania)
|DISCUSSION 2. Population health and health services: Lessons learnt based on experiences in pilot actions on chronic diseases
moderators: moderators: Jelka Zaletel (NIJZ) and David Somekh (EHFF)
speakers invited: Marija Vajda (CIPH), Idil Hussein (THL), Ilias Kanellos (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), Nebojsa Lalic (UBEO), Milivoj Pileti (Hospital Novo Mesto), Lars Munter (Danish Committee for Health Education)
|DISCUSSION 3. Population health and health services: Implementation of mHealth tools for improving quality of care for people with chronic diseases
moderators: Valentina Strammiello (EPF), Rüdiger Pryss (UULM)
speakers invited: Konstantinos Votis (CERTH), Myra Spiliopoulou (OVGU), Winfried Schlee (UHREG), Carlos Fernandez Viadero (CSC), Plamen Dimitrov (NCPHA)
|SESSION 3: POLICY DEVELOPMENT|
|15:15||PRESENTATION: Policy building to improve conditions for people with chronic diseases.
Featuring national policy dialogues in Portugal and Ireland & presentation on Consensus Statement
Host: Inaki Imaz Iglesia - Carlos III Health Institute, Spain
Designing and financing the future of European collaboration in Non-Communicable Diseases
|16:30||Rokas Navickas, scientific coordinator
Closing speech: CHRODIS PLUS closes the evidence-practice gap. HOW?
Over its 3-year lifespan the aim of CHRODIS PLUS Joint Action (2017-2020) has been to support EU Member States in overcoming the burden of chronic diseases by promoting policies and practices that have proved successful in the past. Further refinement and EU cross-border sharing of these tested policies and good practices has been the core idea behind this pan-European project.
CHRODIS PLUS has implemented 21 pilot projects aimed at testing tools and good practices for certain chronic diseases, and held 16 policy dialogues (14 national and 2 EU-level ones). It has brought together over 50 partners from 21 European countries.
This conference will illustrate the impact that CHRODIS PLUS has had on public health systems across EU member states over the past 3 years. It will also show how the good practices, models and tools implemented by the project can be tailored to various national and local settings across Europe.
The conference’s presentations and roundtable discussions will be structured around the project’s key focus areas:
Health Promotion & Primary Prevention
An Integrated Multimorbidity Care Model
Fostering Quality Care for People with Chronic Diseases
ICT-based Patient Empowerment
Employment & Chronic Diseases