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OPENING SESSION

 

MEMORIAL LECTURE

 Manuel Carballo: ‘Changing Urban Profiles and Implications for Health’

PLENARY 1

Arnoud Verhoeff: Public Health in the City of Amsterdam – How to deal with diversity?

Ingrid van Beek: Ensuring the ‘undeserving' are not underserved in urban settings

PLENARY 2

Peter Hennephof: Prison health, community health

Neil Quinn: Developing participatory approaches to address urban health inequalities

PARALLEL 1

Talgat Mambetov: Providing effective HIV services sensitive to the needs of drug users

Udi Davidovich: Using internet and mobile technology to reach MSM to encourage testing and risk reduction

Yolanda van Doeveren: Program Prostitution – prostitution policy. Prostitution in The Red Light District: improving the empowerment of sexworkers and the battle against human trafficking

Iryna Nerubaieva: Building networks to help at-risk adolescents gain access to social and medical services: experience from Ukrainian cities

PARALLEL 2

Fransje van der Waals: Developing e-health programmes in Amsterdam schools

Linda Waldman: E-health, mobile phones and young people in Cape Town

Iris Rosier: Mainstream mental health in the city through e-Health

PARALLEL 3

Erik Masthoff: Caring for vulnerable groups in prison

Lee Knifton: Public health on both sides of the prison walls

Cisca Joldersma: Effective through and aftercare for prisoners: joining the dots

PARALLEL 4

Pauline Oosterhoff, Emily Kageha Igonya: Using digital story telling to explore the effects of constitutional reform on access to ART for women in Nairobi slums

Steven van der Vijver: A novel cardiovascular prevention program in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya

Alex Feis-Bryce: Preventing violence and supporting sex workers in accessing health care

PARALLEL 5

Martine Bouman: Mental resilience: The Secret of the Positive Exception

Sophie Humphreys: Breaking the cycle of women who have multiple births and multiple children removed into care

Peter van der Linden: Reducing the risk of child maltreatment on a local and national scale

PARALLEL 6

Joop Ten Dam: Health inequalities and a ‘health in all policies approach’

Ingrid Bakker: Designing for a child-friendly and healthy urban environment

Marije Van Koperen: Lessons from research on an integrated approach to urban health

CLOSING SESSION

Geoff Gallop (University of Sydney) and Fatemah Rabiee-Khan (Birmingham City University) - joint rapporteurs to sum up proceedings