Symposium ESSUS: Programme disponible

Cette année Rouen accueille et organise la Conférence ESSUS : Du 30 juin au 1er Juillet:

European Symposium
on Substance Use among Students:

Substance use and health behaviours in university
students: translating of evidence based science in public

 

Il s’agit d’un rassemblement de spécialistes, consacré au thème scientifique de la consommation de substances parmi les populations étudiantes. Cette année le thème se concentrera en particulier  sur l’aspect lié aux comportements et aux conduites à risque des étudiants.

Les interventions seront réalisées en Anglais par un ensemble d’intervenants Européens et Internationaux.

Le symposium se déroulera à la faculté de médecine

Amphithéâtre 110 “Velours”

Accès aux bâtiments : carrefour  du bd Gambetta, de la rue d’Amiens et de la route de Lyons (D42).
Accès piétons:  par la rue du Pr Stewart

 

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Programme détaillé :

Thursday 30 June
8:30-9h00 Registration desk open
9:00-9h15 Conference opening
9h15-10:00 Plenary session
From healthy to pathological behaviours: which determinants?
P Déchelotte, INSERM 1073, University of Rouen, France
Chairman: G Van Hal (Antwerp)
10:00-11:00 Session 1: Evidence from alcohol consumption
Chairman: P Déchelotte (Rouen), G Van Hal (Antwerp)
S1.1 Alcohol consumption among health sciences students: a cross sectional study conducted in the
University of Monastir (Tunisia)
Ben Abdelaziz A, Monastir, Tunisia
S1.2 Healthcare behaviors among healthcare students in France: Health Campus studies in 2007 and 2015
Tavolacci MP, Rouen, France
S1.3 We found Batman passes out on our doorstep: alcohol narratives amongst UK students
McAlaney J, Bournemouth, United Kingdom
11:00-11:30: Coffee break
11:30-12:30: Session 2: Addressing new risks and new technologies
Chairman: J McAlaney (Bournemouth), J Ladner (Rouen)
S2.1 Problematic mobile use in Hungarian university students
Kiss-Toth E, Miskolc, Hungary
S2.2 Problematic use of smartphone and Internet addiction in college students in France
Tavolacci MP, Rouen, France
S2.3 Internet addiction in university students: cross-border study in Algeria, France and Hungary
Lukacs A, Miskolc, Hungary
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:30 Session 3: Promoting health behaviours: from research to public health
interventions
Chairman: C Van der Heijde (Amsterdam), L Kern (Paris)
S3.1 Adapted physical activity: Prevalence and associated factors among health occupation students
in Monastir University (Tunisia)
Safer M, Monastir, Tunisia
S3.2 Maximum Oxygen Consumption (VO2Max), Health and the Society. A sociological approach
starting from the interdisciplinary study “Universanté”.
Porrovecchio A, Dunkerque, France
S3.3 What is problematic practice of physical exercise? Are all facets of impulsivity associated with it?
A cross sectional study of college students in France
Kotbagi G, Paris Nanterre, France
S3.4 Body mass index, eating disorders and sports practice. A sociological comparative perspective
among Italian and French students.
Savini V, Chieti-Pescara, Italy
S3.5 Eating disorders: Prevalence and associated factors among health occupation students in
Monastir University (Tunisia)
Mouna S, Monastir, Tunisia
S3.6 Health promotion interventions. The case of HIV
Corsi V, Chieti-Pescara, Italy
S3.7 Sexuality and affectivity among Italians university students. A sociological approach.
Di Francesco G, Chieti-Pescara, Italy
15:30-16:00 Coffee break
16:00-17:30 Session 4: Research methods, study monitoring and reporting
Chairman: S Porrovecchio (Dunkerque), MP Tavolacci (Rouen)
S4.1 University student’s motivation to participate in health research
Zhu Soubise A, Rouen, France
S4.2 Health behaviour prospective cohort study: factors associated with engagement and follow up in
a population of students from Upper Normandy, France
Cerasuolo D, Rouen, France
S4.3 R U Different ? A social norms approach to positive intervention impacting on young people’s
tobacco usage
Lovatt G, Manchester, United Kingdom
S4.4 Beyond Substance Use: Applying the Social Norms Approach to Change Dietary Behaviour in
High Schools and Promote Cancer Screening Intentions in Young Adults
Dempsey R, Stoke-On-Trent, United Kingdom
18:15 Social evening
Historic city tour with a guide – Organ concert – Conference Diner
Thursday 1 July
8:30-9:15 Plenary session
Addiction and new risk behaviours in university students: clinical approaches
A Baguet, Rouen University, France
Chairman: G Van Hal (Antwerp)
9:15-10:30 Session 5: New issues for tobacco, cannabis and e-cigarette
Chairman: S A Luckas (Dunkerque), A Baguet (Rouen)
S5.1 Smoking behaviour: Prevalence and associated factors among health occupation students in the
University of Monastir (Tunisia)
Zemni I, Monastir, Tunisia
S5.2 Cigarette addiction and e-cigarette use among students in Italy. A sociological study.
Savini V, Chieti-Pescara, Italy
S5.3 Patterns of electronic cigarette use in current and ever users among college students in France:
a cross sectional-study
Ladner J, Rouen, France
S5.4 Problematic cannabis use in Antwerp university students
Van Hal G, Antwerp, Belgium
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:20 Session 6: Mental distress and burn-out
Chairman: L Romo (Paris), I Brumboiu (Cluj-Napoca)
S6.1 Burn out in university students: time now for implementing new public health approaches
Mihailescu S, Rouen, France
S6.2 Protocol regarding students’ suicide. Identification, help provision and aftercare in a Dutch
educational setting
Heideman I, Amsterdam, Holland
S6.3 Pathological stress: Prevalence and associated factors among health occupation students in the
University of Monastir (Tunisia)
Zemni I, Monastir, Tunisia
S6.4 Mental health problems among Dutch university students
A qualitative study into the hampering and facilitating factors to seek professional help
Smit E, Amstersdam, Holland
S6.5 Detection of health problems and study delay among Dutch university students by ability to relax
and substance (ab)use
Van der Heijde, Amsterdam, Holland
12:20-13:30 Session 7: Academic curriculum, behavioural issues and health comportments
Chairman: G Di Francesco (Chieti), J Ladner (Rouen)
S7.1: How students from Cluj University of Medicine and Pharmacy use neuro-enhancement agents in
their undergraduate life
Brumboiu I, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
S7.2: Wellbeing and addictive behaviors of students in higher education. A new perspective on why
students delay or quit
Dopmeier J, Zwolle, Holland
S7.3: The misuse of prescription stimulants as cognitive enhancers among Flemish university and
college students: a qualitative multi-stakeholder study of general practitioners (as
prescribers/providers), pharmacists (as suppliers) and students (as buyers/sellers).
De Bruyn S, Antwerp, Belgium
13:30 Conference closing – French wellbeing: “apero”
Steering Committee
P Déchelotte, J Ladner, S Martins, MP Tavolacci, INSERM 1073-IRIB, Rouen University Hospital,
France
G Van Hal: University of Antwerp, Belgium
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Rue Stewart – Amphitheater 110 “Velours”

 

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