Berlin, 10 - 13 September 2013

Wednesday, 11 September 2013

09.00-09.30

Welcome

Stockfleth, Foley

main lecture hall

09.30-10.45

Session 1

Storm, Surber

main lecture hall

09.30-09.55

Skin Cancer Risk

Sinclair

09.55-10.20

UV-Exposure Sun Protection

Osterwalder

10.20-10.45

When is skin cancer an occupational disease?

Diepgen

 

10.45-11.15

Coffee break & poster exhibition

 

11.15-12.15

Session 2

Berneburg, Lucas

main lecture hall

11.15-11.35

UV and DNA damage: From molecules to the clinic. What does this mean for primary prevention?

Berneburg

11.35-11.55

Effectiveness on skin cancer prevention programs

Glanz

11.55-12.15

Effectiveness of skin cancer screening programs

Breitbart

 

12.15-12.40

Rapid Fire Presentation I

Foley,
Sinclair

main lecture hall

12.15-12.17

Introduction

 

12.17-12.21

UV damage and sun care: Deciphering mechanics of skin to develop next generation therapies

Levi

 

12.21-12.25

Incidence of keratinocyte cancer in relation to surface ambient ultraviolet radiation in white populations (1979-2012): empirical relationships

Lucas

 

12.25-12.29

The effect of MC1R variants and sunscreen on the response of human melanocytes in vivo to ultraviolet radiation and implications for melanoma

Hacker

 

 

12.15-12.57

Rapid Fire Presentation II

Greenwood, Buller

conference room

12.15-12.17

Introduction

 

12.17-12.21

Determining the vitamin D status of the Danish population – the StatusD project

Bentzen

 

12.21-12.25

The use and perceived effect of sunscreen compared with other sun protective behaviors – results from a questionnaire and scale validation pilot in Denmark

Køster

 

12.25-12.29

Probing the occupational exposure of workers to UV radiation

Wittlich

 

12.29-12.33

Working together to create the NSW Skin Cancer Prevention Strategy 2012-2015

Brooks

 

12.33-12.37

UV exposure at levels relevant to daily living influences immune responses to immunization: Results from the Australian UV radiation & Immunity Study

Swaminathan

 

12.37-12.41

Prevention of skin cancer through local initiatives

Schønau

 

12.41-12.45

Short-term results of the Belgian solarium campaign

Boonen

 

12.45-12.49

What is the visitor’s experience of an event in Copenhagen Zoo? – A mobile survey

Friis Krarup

 

12.49-12.53

Knowledge of the UV index in the Danish population – a cross sectional study

Bentzen

 

12.53-12.57

The Implementation of the skin cancer prevention project "SunPass" in Germany

Neumann

 

 

12.40-13.35

Lunch break & poster exhibition

 

13.35-15.40

Workshop 1 - UV and  Skin

Diepgen, Makin

main lecture hall

13.35-13.40

Introduction

 

13.40-13.55

Surrogates for assessing personal exposure to solar ultraviolet radiation in an Australian population

Sun

 

13.55-14.10

Sun protection increases through a comprehensive intervention program among outdoor workers in Queensland Australia

Janda

 

14.10-14.25

Effects of smartphone diaries and personal dosimeters on behavior in a quantitative study of exposure to ultraviolet radiation

Køster

 

14.25-14.40

Implementation of Toronto's Shade Policy and guidelines through the City's Parks, Forestry and Recreation (PF&R) Division

Kapelos

 

14.40-14.55

How cost-effective are interventions that aim to prevent or treat skin cancer? – a review of the health economics literature

Gordon

 

14.55-15.10

Revisiting sun safety messages for Ontario, Canada

Marrett

 

15.10-15.25

Managing risk of skin cancer: a stratification tool from the QSkin Study

Thrift

15.25-15.40

Retrospective determination of outdoor worker’s occupational UV exposure

Wittlich

 

15.40-16.10

Coffee break & poster exhibition

 

16.10-17.30

Workshop 2 - Sunbeds and Legislation

Green, Marrett

main lecture hall

16.10-16.15

Introduction

 

16.15-16.30

High UVA irradiance from sunbeds compared to natural sun

Tove Nilsen

 

16.30-16.45

The Danish anti-sunbed campaign

Heiner Schmidt

 

16.45-17.00

Educating sunbed lovers through regulation

Kofstadmoen

 

17.00-17.15

The domino effect – NSW, Australia takes the lead to ban solaria

Rock

 

17.15-17.30

Indoor tanning legislation and regulation across Canada – where we are and how we got here.

Kalisiak

 

 

17.30-18.00

WrapUp Workshop 1 & 2

Diepgen, Marrett

main lecture hall

 

19.00-22.00

Get together

Lecture hall ruin of the Charité

 

 

 

Status: 29 Aug. 2013