EHR2016 DEtailed ProgRAM

EHR2016 Scientific Program

 

 
Exhibition times
 
Scientific sessions
 
Ceremonies

11th October 2016

8.30 AM Badge desk open / Coffee - Visit of the stands
9.10 AM Opening ceremony by Elisabete WEIDERPASS, Karolinska Institute (Sweden)
9.30 AM

Session 1 - Connected objects and innovative technologies in medical research
Chair: Jean-Michel Oppert, Pierre et Marie Curie University (France)

1. The Digital Revolution: Leapfrogging Opportunities for Global Health
Guest speaker: Alain LABRIQUE
, Johns Hopkins University (USA)

2. Connected objects and digital technologies to support medical research in cancer: integration of circadian concepts for patient e-monitoring of biomarker rhythms and chronotherapeutic delivery at home through Domomedicine
Monique MAURICE, Inserm (France)

3. Setting-up an innovative mobile application in South Madagascar to strengthen epidemiological surveillance
Etienne SEVIN, EpiConcept (France)

4. Evaluation of the satisfaction and impact on adherence when putting in place a HIV patient support action using SMS
Geoffroy VERGEZ, Observia (France)

5. Development of a barcode-based exposure assessment method to evaluate occupational exposure to disinfectants and cleaning products
Catherine QUINOT, Inserm (France)
Confidential Presentation 

11.10 AM Coffee Break - Visit of the stands
11.40 AM

e-Posters 1 - Connected objects and innovative technologies in medical research 
Chair: Guy Fagherazzi, Inserm (France)

1. POP (Point Of Prevention): a new way for cardiovascular disease prevention
Géry PRUVOST, BePatient (France)

2. Novel home monitoring device for movement analysis
Amélie MORAUX, Groupe Hospitalier Pitié-Salpétrière (France)
Confidential Presentation

3. A European Consortium to develop an e-coaching platform project for mental health and well-being in young people
Corinne ALBERTI, Paris-Diderot University (France)

4. Jokko$anté, the virtual community pharmacy
Adama KANE, Jokko$anté (Senegal)

5. Participatory innovation and tailored technological solutions for Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
Margot MORGIEVE, CERMES3 (France)
e-poster winner

6. A pilot study to evaluate the benefits of a recruitment platform in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD) clinical trials: linking potential patients to clinical trials
Yoram BOUHNIK, Beaujon Hospital (France)

7. Adaptation and use of a smartphone application for the reduction of drug use among adolescents
Clément PICOT-NGO, Paris-Diderot University (France)

8. Impact of personalized Short Message Service-based information (SMS) on type 2 diabetic patients'adherence to their oral treatment: Protocol INODIAB - a randomized study
Gersende GUEDON, Observia (France)

9. Longitudinal association around the world between walking and blood pressure using connecting devices... in real life
Mehdi MENAI, Withings (France)

10. Spurring up research through a collaborative research platform: Seintinelles
Fabien REYAL, Association Seintinelles / Curie Institute (France)

11. Connected devices, physical activity and patient education: Qualitative interviews with experts physicians in cardiometabolic diseases
Alice BELLICHA, University Pierre et Marie Curie (France)

12. Development of a barcode-based smartphone application to assess household exposure to cleaning products
Sofia TEMAM, Inserm (France)
Confidential Presentation

12.50 AM Lunch Break - Visit of the stands
2.10 PM

Session 2 e-tools and Big Data: technical and methodological challenges for medical research  
Chair: Lisette VAN GEMERT-PIJNEN, University of Twente (The Netherlands)

1. Data and Text-Mining: the electronic medical records for epidemiological purposes
Guest speaker: Marie-Hélène METZGER, Paris 13 University AP-HP University Hospital Avicenne (France)

2. A new generation of birth cohort to study the Exposome: the e-tools SEPAGES cohort
Sarah LYON-CAEN, Inserm (France)

3. Maelstrom Research Repository: a data discovery tool for epidemiological research
Dany DOIRON, McGill University Health Centre (Canada)
 

4. How algorithms can provide smart assistance to home care of the elderly with sensor solutions?
Julie OGER, Paris-Diderot University (France)

3.30 PM Coffee Break - Visit of the stands
4.00 PM

e-Posters 2 - e-tools for prevention and disease management 
Chair: Philippe GESNOUIN, Inria (France)

1. Preventing cardiovascular disease and cognitive impairment using the Internet: the HATICE (Healthy Ageing Through Internet Counselling In the Elderly) randomised controlled trial
Juliette GUILLEMONT, Inserm (France)

2. Participation of older adults in a randomised trial testing an internet-based lifestyle intervention for the prevention of cardiovascular disease and cognitive decline: the ACCEPT-HATICE study
Nicola COLEY, Inserm (France)
Confidential Presentation

3. Ecological momentary assessment for Obsessive Compulsive Disorders 
Karim N’DIAYE, ICM (France)
e-poster winner

4. Personalized medicine for patients with bone and joint infections: an explicative and predictive approach based on clinical data integration and agent-based modeling
Salma ALSASSA, LaTIM - Inserm / TEKLIKO (France)

5. Crazy’App: understanding and advancing representations of mental disorders by e-surveys
Xavier BRIFFAULT, CERMES3 (France)

6. Acceptability of electronic patient reported outcomes in clinical care of HIV
Martin DURACINSKY, Paris-Diderot University / Hôpital Hôtel-Dieu (France)

7. The « 10 000 steps: a challenge for life » prevention program: first results
Maël BARTHOULOT, Lille University Hospital (France)

8. Perception of diabetic patients on clinical trials in France: results of the study 2000+ Carenity
Lise RADOSZYCKI, Carenity (France)

9. Construction and Implementation of Open Source Software to Increase Participation in Cervical Cancer Screening
Miriam ELFSTRÖM, Karolinska Institutet (Sweden)
Confidential Presentation

10. Up smart follow-up in the compare absorb trial: revisiting patient follow-up in clinical research
Elodie TROUCHE, Cardiovascular European Research Center (CERC) (France)

5.00 PM

Elevator Pitchs Session
Chair: Juan Sebastián SUÁREZ VALENCIA, France eHealth Tech (France)

  1. Juan Sebastián SUÁREZ VALENCIA - Introduction
  2. Anne GRASSIN - Adalys
  3. Jean LATIERE - Caracal
  4. Hervé ROGUEDAS - Mangrove
  5. François TEBOUL - Visiomed
  6. Oudomsanith BRESSON - Safran Identity and Security
  7. Baptiste PLANAT - PPRS Research
  8. Thomas LAURENTIN - CTMA
6.00 PM Cocktail on site
8.00 PM  End of day 1

 

12th October 2016

9.00 AM Badge desk open / Coffee - Visit of the stands
9.30 AM

Session 3 - e-tools and Big Data: regulatory and ethical challenges for medical research 
Chair: Sylvain DURRLEMAN, Aviesan (France)

1. 23andMe: a new two-sided data-banking market model
Henri-Corto STOECKLE, Paris Descartes University (France)

2. Methodological and ethical issues of use of smart connected devices for prevention: findings from 3 reviews
Linda CAMBON, EHESP (France)

3. Connected objects and regulatory challenges for research
Emmanuelle RIAL-SEBBAG, Inserm (France)

10.30 AM Coffee Break - Visit of the stands

11.00 AM

Session 4 - e-tools for prevention and disease management
Chair: Elisabete WEIDERPASS, Karolinska Institutet (Sweden)

1. The electronic tools used in the Ebola virus disease management in West Africa: what lessons for scaling up
Guest speaker: Ousmane LY, Ministry of Health (Mali)

2. Epidemiology 3.0: How to integrate connected objects and the Internet of Things (IoT) in modern epidemiological research?
Guest speaker: Guy FAGHERAZZI, Inserm (France)

3. BePATIENT Digital Health Platform combined with wireless patch sensor: a new way to improve post-discharge patient care
Morgane FOURNIE, BePATIENT (France)

4. Bringing Behavioral Economics Theory from e-Health to the BedSide: Twitter Mining Can Improve Awareness of Cancer Patient Sentiments
Christopher JONES, University of Vermont (USA)

5. The systematic design of a behavioural mobile health application for the self-management of type 2 diabetes
Shivani GOYAL, University of Toronto (Canada)

12.40 AM Lunch Break - Visit of the stands
2.00 PM

e-Posters 3 - e-tools and Big Data: challenges for medical research + Tomorrow's Medical Research 
Chair: Hubert MECHIN, AFCROs (France)

1. Data visualization for drug exposure in pharmacoepidemiology: a case study for complex drug regimens in multiple myeloma
Aurore PALMARO, Toulouse University Hospital (France)

2. Secondary Use of Electronic Health Records in Clinical Research, Moving From Research Project To Real Life Use
Nadir AMMOUR, Sanofi (France)

3. PEPS: a platform for supporting studies in pharmaco-epidemiology using Medico-administrative databases
Thomas GUYET, IRISA (France)

4. Observational chart review using smartphones in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK
Leah FINK, Kantar Health (France)

5. Stroke survivors’ user requirements for monitoring and self-management services: a preliminary evaluation
Margarita ANASTASSOVA, CEA LIST Institute (France)

6. Development of a multimodal wearable system to assist epilepsy diagnosis
Rémy WAHNOUN, Bioserenity / ICM-iPEPS (France)
e-poster winner
Confidential Presentation

7. Adverse events detection in social media – application to food supplements
Redhouane ABDELLAOUI, Inserm / Kappa Santé (France)

3.00 PM Break - Visit of the stands
3.15 PM

Session 5 - Tomorrow's Medical Research: development of innovative tools with applications in medical research 
Chair: Hubert MECHIN, AFCROs (France)

1. The Future of Healthcare and Biomedical Research
Guest speaker: Rubin PILLAY, University of Alabama (USA)
Presentation on request to Rubin Pillay

2. Detecting cognitive conditions using the Digital Clock Drawing Test
William SOUILLARD-MANDAR, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA)
Confidential Presentation

3. Detecting preclinical cognitive markers in the digital era
Rhoda AU, Boston University Schools of Medicine and Public Health (USA)

4. Personalized connected care for complex chronic patients
Eloisa VARGIU, EURECAT (Spain)

4.35 PM Closing Ceremony and e-poster presentations awards by Hervé SERVY (Sanoïa)
5.00 PM End of day 2

 

Session 1 - Connected objects and innovative technologies in medical research

This session will gather international experts on the question of the use of connected objects and digital technologies in medical research (epidemiology, clinical research, social sciences). Scientific experts will give state-of-the-art presentations of fascinating past and current research projects involving such technologies.

e-Posters 1 - Connected objects and innovative technologies in medical research 

Three e-posters sessions are organized during the conference. They will cover all the themes of the conference. The e-poster sessions will take place in the main room and each presenting author will have 5mn to present his/her work. An e-poster contest will be organized and the jury, composed by members of the Scientific Committee and guest experts, will select the best e-poster presentation which will receive a price during the closing ceremony of the conference.

Session 2 e-tools and Big Data: technical and methodological challenges for medical research  

There is much hype about the emergence of connected objects and e-Health, which justifiably raises numerous scientific, technological, methodological and logistical issues. These questions will be addressed during this session by experts in the field.

e-Posters 2 - e-tools for prevention and disease management 

Three e-posters sessions are organized during the conference. They will cover all the themes of the conference. The e-poster sessions will take place in the main room and each presenting author will have 5mn to present his/her work. An e-poster contest will be organized and the jury, composed by members of the Scientific Committee and guest experts, will select the best e-poster presentation which will receive a price during the closing ceremony of the conference.

Elevator Pitchs Session

This session is dedicated to the private sector. Presenting participants will have 4 minutes to advertise their products or skills. This session is particularly appropriate for start-up companies who did not rent a stand during the conference and who seek to develop collaborations or public-private partnerships.

Session 3 - e-tools and Big Data: regulatory and ethical challenges for medical research 

There is much hype about the emergence of connected objects and e-Health, which justifiably raises numerous regulatory and ethical issues. These questions will be addressed during this session by experts in the field.

Session 4 - e-tools for prevention and disease management

This session will be dedicated to the use of e-tools and innovative connected medical devices in secondary and tertiary prevention as well as for disease management.

e-Posters 3 - e-tools and Big Data: challenges for medical research + Tomorrow's Medical Research 

Three e-posters sessions are organized during the conference. They will cover all the themes of the conference. The e-poster sessions will take place in the main room and each presenting author will have 5mn to present his/her work. An e-poster contest will be organized and the jury, composed by members of the Scientific Committee and guest experts, will select the best e-poster presentation which will receive a price during the closing ceremony of the conference.

Session 5 - Tomorrow's Medical Research: development of innovative tools with applications in medical research 

The last session of the conference will be focused on presentations of promising products/solutions currently being developed which could be used in tomorrow’s medical research.
 
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