Berlin, 10 - 13 September 2013

Thursday, 12 September 2013

09.00-09.10

Welcome

Stockfleth, Foley

main lecture hall

 

09.10-10.40

Session 3

Stockfleth, Meyer

main lecture hall

09.10-09.40

Vitamin D and Skin

Lucas

09.40-10.10

What happens if prevention fails, it will go into actinic keratosis and field cancerisation

Stockfleth

10.10-10.40

How to design a good study: Secrets from epidemiology

Green

 

10.40-11.10

Coffee break & Poster walk by the jury

 

11.10-12.40

Session 4

Storm, Foley

main lecture hall

11.10-11.40

Latest evidence to prevent skin cancer, key contributors that add to the risk of melanoma and skin cancer more broadly

Green

11.40-12.10

Dermatology-led European campaign against NMSC and Melanoma

Del Marmol

12.10-12.40

Effective skin cancer prevention in practice

Rasmussen

 

12.40-13.40

Lunch break & poster exhibition

 

13.40-15.30

Workshop 3 - Awareness Campaigns and Social Media

Surber, Buller

main lecture hall

13.40-13.45

Introduction

 

13.45-14.00

Health education about UV-radiation, skin type and sun protection among 20,000 pupils

Bach Waahstein

 

14.00-14.15

Communicating sun protection on sun holidays through partnerships

Bjærge

 

14.15-14.30

Grass roots: using advocacy to improve sun protection practices in primary schools.

McIver

 

14.30-14.45

Effectivity of a social media uv prevention campaign for adolescents and young adults

Boonen

 

14.45-15.00

Evaluation of SunSmart digital campaign activities: multiple strategies, multiple methods.

Makin

 

15.00-15.15

Changes in coverage of sun protection in the news: turning threats from emerging issues into opportunities.

Scully

 

15.15-15.30

Mystery shopping: a process evaluation of an innovative skin cancer prevention campaign

McIver

 

 

 

 

 

15.30-16.00

Coffee break & poster exhibition

 

 

 

 

 

 

16.00-17.50

Workshop 4 - Behavioural Research

Stockfleth, Sinclair

main lecture hall

16.00-16.05

Introduction

 

16.05-16.20

SunSmart Schools in New Zealand: From research to practice

Sandford

 

16.20-16.35

Changes in sun behaviour in the natural sun from 2008 – 2011

Dalum

 

16.35-16.50

Sun protective behavior of tourists traveling to holiday destinations in the tropics and subtropics

Reinau

 

16.50-17.05

Go Sun Smart: Examining the sustainability of an occupational sun safety program

Walkosz

 

17.05-17.20

Demographic, personal & workplace factors associated with occupational sun protection among a large sample of workers from 9 occupational groups.

Reeder

 

17.20-17.35

Skin cancer prevention and screening behaviours of Queensland adults: A report from the QSkin Sun and Health Study

Olsen

 

17.35-17.50

Lesson learned when conducting of a randomized trial on the effect of built shade on park goers’ use of shade for sun protection

Buller

 

 

 

 

 

16.00-16.55

Rapid Fire Presentations III

Storm, Meyer

conference room

16.00-16.02

Introduction

 

16.02-16.06

Setting priorities for skin cancer prevention among outdoor workers in Canada

Peters

 

16.06-16.10

Changing attitudes of youth towards tanning and sun protection in an Australian sample

Brooks

 

16.10-16.14

Sun safety training and UK construction workers’ stage of change in relation to use of sun safety measures

Madgwick

 

16.14-16.18

Primary schoolchildren’s self-reported sun-related knowledge, attitudes and behaviours: a South African school-based study

Wright

 

16.18-16.22

The measurement of personal UV exposures using electronic dosimeters

Allen

 

16.22-16.26

Availability and demand of shady areas in public places in Denmark

Lind Behrens

 

16.26-16.30

Sun protection policies and practices in Danish day care centres

Friis Krarup

 

16.30-16.34

Solar ultraviolet radiation protection: field observation of forestry workers and inter-rater reliability

Reeder

 

16.34-16.38

Assessing UV risk – safer outdoor environments through shade auditing

Greenwood

 

16.38-16.42

Sun exposure and sunburn among a New Zealand adult urban population during selected summer weekends, 1994–2006

Reeder

 

16.42-16.46

Incidental sun exposure in North Queensland: An application of the prototype willingness (PW) model

Morris

 

16.46-16.50

A comparison of online and telephone surveys of sun protection attitudes and behaviours

Makin

 

16.50-16.54

Improved sun protection adherence for pediatric organ transplant recipients using text messaging

Sachse

 

 

17.50-18.10

WrapUp Workshop 3 & 4

Sinclair, Surber

main lecture hall

 

19.30-24.00

Gala Dinner

Berlin evening cruise

 

 

 

Status: 29 Aug. 2013