EuroEpi 2012

A Unidade de Epidemiologia vai estar presente no EuroEpi2012


A Unidade de Epidemiologia do IMP-FML irá apresentar duas comunicações orais e sete posters no EuroEpi 2012 - congresso europeu de epidemiologia, organizado pela Federação Europeia de Epidemiologia, a Associação Portuguesa de Epidemiologia, o Instituto de Saúde Pública da Universidade do Porto e a Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade do Porto.

Os títulos dos trabalhos a apresentar são:

  • "Beliefs about Medication Questionnaire: results from its application to a Portuguese cohort of HIV-1 infected adults";
  • "Disagreement Between Physician Estimates and Self-Reported Adherence to Antiretroviral Treatment in HIV1 Infected Adults";
  • "Nonadherence to Antiretroviral Therapy is Associated to Drinking Habits, Anxiety and Perception of Treatment Control: preliminary results from a Portuguese cohort of HIV-1 infected adults";
  • "Adherence to antihypertensive treatment among African migrants and Portuguese natives: results from a primary care-based cohort study in Lisbon, Portugal";
  • "HyDia Project – evaluation of a tailored intervention among medicated patients with uncontrolled hypertension, from Lisbon primary healthcare centers";
  • "Competencies on epidemiological research: methodological details of an ongoing national study about training and education needs";
  • "Are Diet-related Factors Associated with Differences in Mean Arterial Pressure among Portuguese Natives and African migrants? A Study with Medicated Hypertensive Patients Followed at Lisbon Primary Health Care Centres";
  • "What is the impact of medicines beliefs and illness perceptions on hypertension control and medication adherence?";
  • "Blood pressure control and antihypertensive medication adherence in adult and elder hypertensive medicated patients in primary health care in Lisbon region".

O Congresso europeu de epidemiologia irá acontecer de 5 a 8 de Setembro na cidade do Porto.

Poderá encontrar mais informações aqui.

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