Introduction

The 1st International Congress on Health Literacy is part of the project Your PEL - To promote and empower for literacy in health among young people, in response to the Activity number 9: Monitorization and project dissemination.

Simultaneously, it aims to be a space for discussion and sharing around the relevance of health literacy in different settings, from health promotion and protection of the population, to the effectiveness and efficiency of health care delivery.

It frames different contexts and policies, systematizing methodological approaches and innovative experiences in the scope of intervention and research in Health Literacy, at national and international level.

1st International Congress on Health Literacy - paradigms and knowledge in "diverse" contexts

Congress topics:
– Health Promotion Institutions
– Literacy in health and lifelong learning
– Innovation and Technology on health literacy promotion
– Health literacy, well-being and quality of life
– Challenges in health literacy
– Health care and literacy

May 16th

10h00 – Opening Session


11h00 – Inaugural Conference – Heath Literacy among youth: perspectives, opportunities and challenges
Hélia Dias | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém | Portugal
Apresentação: Isabel Barroso | ESSS – IPSantarém | Portugal


12h30 – Lunch


14h00 – Conference – Promoting health through innovation in health literacy among youth -global and local challenges and opportunities
Diane Levin-Zamir | School of Public Health – Haifa University | Israel
Apresentação: José Amendoeira | ESSS – IPSantarém | Portugal


14h45 – Roundtable – Methodological Approaches to Health Literacy
Moderadores: Ana Spínola | ESSS – IPSantarém | Portugal; José Carlos Quaresma | ESS – IPLeiria | Portugal

Diana Sahrai | University of Applied Sciences North-West Switzerland | Switzerland
“Health Literacy of Adolescents: plea for an ethnological prespective”

Uwe H. Bittlingmayer | University of Education Freiburg | Germany
“Health Literacy of migrant adolescence: Two case-studies from Germany”

Luis Saboga-Nunes | National School of Public Health – UNL | Portugal
“Digital health literacy: a place for co-creation! Study case presenting a health promotion intervention for smokers who want to quit (www.parar.net)”

Celeste Godinho | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém | Portugal
"Construction and validation of a questionnarie about the impact of the programs of health education in school area: Your PEL questionnarie"

16h45 – Coffe Break


17h00 – Oral Presentation and Posters
Consultar programa

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May 17th

9h00 – Oral Presentation and Posters
Consultar programa

 

10h00 – Conference – Health Literacy in Brazil: achievements and challenges
Emília Campos de Carvalho | Nursing School of Ribeirão Preto - USP | Brazil
Apresentação: Hélia Dias | ESSS – IPSantarém | Portugal

 

10h45 – Coffe Break

 

11h15 – Roundtable – Health Literacy in Portugal: contexts and politics
Moderadores: Mª do Carmo Figueiredo | ESSS – IPSantarém | Portugal; Carlos Ferreira | ACES Lezíria | Portugal

Gina Tomé | Equipa Aventura Social, FMH/UL; Instituto de Saúde Ambiental da FM UL | Portugal
"Heath Beaviure of Prtuguese Teenagers - Results of the HBSC 2018 study"

Laurinda Ladeiras | Direção Geral da Educação | Portugal
"The projects of promotion and heath education in school area: a collaborative perspective" 

Andria Costa | Direção Geral da Saúde | Portugal
"The action plan for Heath Literacy in Portugal"

Clara André | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém | Portugal
"The impact of a program of health education sustained in a digital platform «Your PEL»: Preleminary results"

 

13h00 – Lunch

 

14h30 – Roundtable – eHealth Literacy: processes and trajectories of change
Moderadores: Manuela Ferreira | ESS – IPViseu | Portugal; Mª de Lurdes Marques | AE Golegã, Azinha e Pombalinho | Portugal

Teresa Sofia Castro | Social and Human Sciences Faculty – UNL | Portugal
"Assessment of risks and opportunities on the Internet: perspectives of children, young people and parents"

Cristiano Marques | Serviços Partilhados do Ministério da Saúde | Portugal
“Inclusion and Digital Health Literacy”

Ana Rita Pedro | Departamento de Políticas e Gestão de Saúde | ENSP-UNL | Portugal
“Do registo de saúde eletrónico ao plano individual de cuidados”

Vânia Neto | Microsoft | Portugal
“Tecnologia como aliada da Saúde”

Filipe Madeira | Management and Technology Higher School fo Santarém – IPSantarém | Portugal
"eLiteracy – Utilization metrics for the Your PEL project"

 

16h30 – Closing Session

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Honor Committee

  • Manuel Heitor | Science, Technology and Higher Education Minister
  • Marta Themido | Heatlh Minister
  • Tiago Brandão Rodrigues | Education Minister
  • Pedro Dominguinhos | Chairman of the Coordinating Council of the Polytechnic Institutes
  • Rui Pedrosa | Chairman of the Polytechnic Institute of Leiria
  • João Monney Paiva | Chairman of the Polytechnic Institute of Viseu
  • José Mira Potes | Chairman of the Polytechnic Institute of Santarém
  • Luis Pisco | Presidente do Conselho Diretivo da ARSLVT, IP
  • Isabel Barroso | Principal of the Health Higher School of Santarém

Scientific Committee

  • Ana Rita Cavaco | Bastonária da Ordem dos Enfermeiros
  • Ana Rita Pedro | Departamento de Políticas e Gestão de Saúde
    – ENSP-UNL
  • Ana Spínola | UMIS | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Carlos Ferreira | ACES Lezíria
  • Celeste Godinho | UMIS | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Clara André | UMIS | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Clarisse Louro | Health Higher School of Leiria – IPLeiria
  • Cristiano Marques | Serviços Partilhados do Ministério da Saúde
  • Diana Saharai | University of Applied Sciences North-West Switzerland
  • Diane Levin-Zamir | School of Public Health – Haifa University
  • Emília Campos de Carvalho | Nursing School of Ribeirão Preto - USP
  • Filipe Madeira | Management and Technology Higher School fo Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Gina Tomé | Social Adventure Team, FMH/UL; Instituto de Saúde Ambiental of FM UL
  • Hélia Dias | UMIS | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Isabel Barroso | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • José Amendoeira | UMIS | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • José Carlos Quaresma | Health Higher School of Leiria – IPLeiria
  • Laurinda Ladeiras | Direção Geral da Educação
  • Lídia Cabral | Health Higher School of Viseu – IPViseu
  • Luis Saboga-Nunes | National School of Public Health – UNL
  • Manuela Ferreira | Health Higher School of Viseu – IPViseu
  • Maria Barbas | UI_IPS | Education Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Maria do Carmo Figueiredo | UMIS | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Maria João Horta | Direção Geral de Educação
  • Miguel Telo de Arriaga | Direção Geral da Saúde
  • Olímpia Cruz | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Rosário Martins | UMIS | ACES Lezíra
  • Teresa Coelho | UMIS | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Teresa Sofia Castro | Social and Human Sciences Faculty – UNL
  • Uwe H. Bittlingmayer | University of Education Freiburg
  • Vítor Costa | Management and Technology Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém

Organizing Committe

  • Hélia Dias | UMIS | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • José Amendoeira | UMIS | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Ana Spínola | UMIS | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Maria do Carmo Figueiredo | UMIS | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Clara André | UMIS | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Celeste Godinho | UMIS | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Manuela Ferreira | Health Higher School of Viseu – IPViseu
  • José Carlos Quaresma | Health Higher School of Leiria – IPLeiria
  • Filipe Madeira | Management and Technology Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Mónica Ferreira | School Grouping of Chamusca
  • Teresa Simões | School Grouping of Golegã, Azinhaga and Pombalinho
  • Rosário Martins | UMIS | ACES Lezíra
  • Nuno Martins | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Maria Helena Góis | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Ana Rita Carolino | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Josué Duarte | UMIS | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém

Estudantes

  • Bárbara Mendes | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Beatriz Cardoso | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Beatriz Matos | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Carina Ribeiro | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Cláudia Correia | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Cristiana Silva | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Cristina Neves | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Francisco Fernandes | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Inês Casimiro | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Joana Nunes | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Maria Carolina Silva | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Mariana Correia | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Marta Lavrador | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Miguel Oliveira | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Patrícia Raposo | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Pedro Silva | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Rita Figueiredo | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Rute David | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Sofia Caneira | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém
  • Soraia Gaspar | Health Higher School of Santarém – IPSantarém

Information for Authors

Take part in this scientific event by sharing your research and experience, contributing to the development of research in health literacy.

Abstracts should be submitted in ENGLISH (UK), but the work can be presented at the congress in English or Portuguese.

Selected abstracts will be published in special issue of the European Journal of Public Health . Journal Indexed: MEDLINE, Index Medicus, Scopus, Journal Citation Reports. Evaluated by Thomson Reuters (ISI) with Impact Factor 2782 European Journal of Public HealthIndexed Journal: MEDLINE, Index Medicus, Scopus, Journal Citation Reports.
Evaluated by Thomson Reuters (ISI) with Impact Factor 2.782.

Information for abstract writting:

– Abstracts must be original in content and structured as follows: Introduction, Objectives, Methods, Results and Conclusions;
– Abstracts should have between 1000 to 2000 characters (including spaces);
– The font must be Calibri, size 11;
– The abstracts will be subjected to peer review
– The authors are responsible for the content of their presentations;
– The author who presents the communication or poster must do their application until April 26th;
– The author who presents the communication or the poster should ensure (on behalf of all the authors) the originality of the abstract and authorize its publication in the European Journal of Public Health trough the check box at the final page of the submission form;
– To ensure the publication in the European Journal of Public Health, for each abstract its due the submission tax payment (80€);


– The abstracts will be subjected to peer review
– The authors are responsible for the content of their presentations;
– The author who presents the communication or poster must do their application until April 26th;
– The author who presents the communication or the poster should ensure (on behalf of all the authors) the originality of the abstract and authorize its publication in the European Journal of Public Health trough the check box at the final page of the submission form;
– To ensure the publication in the European Journal of Public Health, for each abstract its due the submission tax payment (80€);

EJPH Guidelines

Congress topics:

– Health Promotion Institutions
– Literacy in health and lifelong learning
– Innovation and Technology on health literacy promotion
– Health literacy, well-being and quality of life
– Challenges in health literacy
– Health care and literacy

Important dates:

Final date for submissons: April 15th, 2019
Authors notification (acceptance/correction requirement/refusal): April 17th, 2019
Publition tax payment for one of the authors through the account number provided on the submission form: April 26th
The participations can be on the forms of:

1. Oral presentation
– The author(s) must indicate on which topic the presentation integrates;
– The scientific committee can suggest a change of topic;
– The oral presentation is limited to 10 minutes of presentation.
2. Poster presentation
– The author(s) must indicate on which topic the presentation integrates;
– The scientific committee can suggest a change of topic;
– The posters will be shown on digital format (4:3) and presented orally.
– The oral presentation is limited to 5 minutes of presentation.

ABSTRACT MODEL

Application

Submissions

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