PROGRAMME

TUESDAY 5th MAY
09.00-10.00 Registration
10.00-13.00 Workshops
  • Workshop 1: UV Monitoring
    Dr. Cornelia Baldermann, Federal Office for Radiation Protection, Germany
    Dr. Sebastian Lorenz, Federal Office for Radiation Protection, Germany
  • Workshop 2: Sunbeds - Basics and News (BaN)
    Prof. Dr. Jean François Doré, Professor emeritus, France
    Prof. Dr. Philippe Autier, International Prevention Research Institute (iPRI), University of Strathclyde, France
  • Workshop 3: Secondary Prevention of Skin Cancer
    Prof. Dr. Eckhard Breitbart, Association of Dermatological Prevention (ADP), Germany
  • Workshop 4: Sunscreens
    Prof. Dr. Antony Young, Professor emeritus, UK
  • Workshop 5: Childhood sun safety: From problem to solution (Seminar)
    Karlijn Thoonen, Researcher University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
13.00-14.00 Lunch
14.00-17.00 Workshops
  • Workshop 6: How to Conduct Effective Small Scale, Low Budget Interventions
    Dr. Peter Dalum, Danish Cancer League, Denmark
  • Workshop 7: Basics of Prevention - New Insights in Skin Cancer Etiology
    Dr. Rüdiger Greinert, Secretary General, Euroskin, Germany
  • 14.00-18.00 - Workshop 8: Occupational Skin Cancer & UV Protection at the Workplace (Seminar)
    Prof. Dr. Sven Malte John, Head of Institute of Interdisciplinary Dermatological Prevention and Rehabilitation (iDerm), University Osnabrück, Germany
    Mark Wittlich, Head of Radiation Unit, IFA, Institut fur Arbeitsschutz, Germany
    In cooperation with World Skin Health Day 2019, partly sponsored by ILDS (International League of Dermatological Societies)
  • Workshop 9: Social Marketing
    Prof. Dr. Jeff French, Strategic Social Marketing, UK
  • Workshop 10: Patient Organisations
    Prof. Dr. Eckhard Breitbart, Association of Dermatological Prevention (ADP), Germany
WEDNESDAY 6th MAY
08.00 Registration
08.30-09.00 Welcome
09.00-10.25 Keynotes - Improvements in Epidemiology and Statistics

09.00-09.45: Skin cancer and climate change
Prof. Dr. Robyn Lucas, College of Health and Medicine, The Australian National University, Australia

09.45-10.05: Sunscreen use, sunbed use and skin cancer
Prof. Dr. Marit.B. Veierød, Department of Biostatistics University of Oslo, Norway

10.05-10.25: Non-melanocytic skin cancer
Prof. Dr. Roberto Zanetti, Professor emeritus, Italy

10.25-11.15 Discussion groups

Discussion of Topic of invited speaker 1
Formulation of recommendations Chair: Robyn Lucas

Discussion of Topic of invited speaker 2
Formulation of recommendations Chair: Marit B. Veierød

Discussion of Topic of invited speaker 3
Formulation of recommendations Chair: Roberto Zanetti

11.15-11.45 Coffee/networking/posters
11.45-12.30 Breakout groups

4 Sessions of selected poster flashtalks (3x5min) and abstract talks (3x10 min)

12.30-13.15 Discussion and approval of recommendations (all participants)
13.15-14.15 Lunch
14.15-15.40 Keynotes - Improvements in Policy

14.15-15.00: WHO – Worldwide skin cancer prevention (successes and needs)
Dr. Emilie Van Deventer, Team Leader Radiation Program, Department of Public Health, Environmental and Social Determinants of Health, World Health Organisation, Switzerland

15.00-15.20: Sunbed use in Europe
Dr. Mariano Suppa, Hopital Erasme Brussels, Belgium

15.20-15.40: What can we learn from social marketing for skin cancer prevention
Prof. Dr. Jeff French, CEO Strategic Social Marketing & Professor, University of Brighton, UK

15.40-16.30 Discussion groups

Discussion of Topic of invited speaker 1
Formulation of recommendations Chair: Emilie van Deventer

Discussion of Topic of invited speaker 2
Formulation of recommendations Chair: Mariano Suppa

Discussion of Topic of invited speaker 3
Formulation of recommendations Chair: Jeff French

16.30-17.00 Coffee/networking/posters
17.00-17.45 Breakout groups

4 Sessions of selected poster flashtalks (3x5min) and abstract talks (3x10 min)

17.45-TBC Discussion and consentation of recommendations (all participants)
18.30 Day One close
19.00 Welcome Reception at Mechelen Town Hall
THURSDAY 7th MAY
08.15-08.45 Arrival Coffee
08.45-10.10 Keynotes - Improvements in Prevention

08.45-09.30: Strategies for primary and secondary prevention in different health systems
Prof. Dr. Harry de Koning, Public Health and Screening Evaluation, Erasmus MC, The Netherlands

09.30-09.50: Improvements in environmental prevention
Dr. Cornelia Baldermann, Federal Office for Radiation Protection, Germany

09.50-10.10: Improvements in prevention - the Danish experience
Dr. Peter Dalum, Danish Cancer League, Denmark

10.10-11.00 Discussion groups

Discussion of Topic of invited speaker 1
Formulation of recommendations Chair: Harry de Koning

Discussion of Topic of invited speaker 2
Formulation of recommendations Chair: Cornelia Baldermann

Discussion of Topic of invited speaker 3
Formulation of recommendations Chair: Peter Dalum

11.00-11.30 Coffee/networking/posters
11.30-12.15 Breakout groups

4 Sessions of selected poster flashtalks (3x5min) and abstract talks (3x10 min)

12.15-13.00 Discussion and consentation of recommendations all
13.00-14.00 Lunch
14.00-15.25 Keynotes - Improvement in Research and Evaluation

14.00-14.45: The solar spectrum and skin cancer
Prof. Dr. Petra Boukamp MD, Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine, Germany

14.45-15.05: Immune System and Skin (Cancer)
Prof. Dr. Scott Byrne, University of Sydney, Australia

15.05-15.25: Skin Cancer (Risk-) Biomarkers
Dr. Rüdiger Greinert, Secretary General, Euroskin, Germany

15.25-16.15 Discussion groups

Discussion of Topic of invited speaker 1
Formulation of recommendations Chair: Petra Boukamp

Discussion of Topic of invited speaker 2
Formulation of recommendations Chair: Scott Byrne

Discussion of Topic of invited speaker 3
Formulation of recommendations Chair: Rüdiger Greinert

16.15-16.45 Coffee/networking/posters
16.45-17.30 Breakout groups

4 Sessions of selected poster flashtalks (3x5min) and abstract talks (3x10 min)

17.30-TBC Discussion and consentation of recommendations all
18.15 Day Two close
19.15 Conference Dinner
FRIDAY 8th MAY
09.30–10.00 Arrival Coffee
10.00-12.00 Keynotes - Closing Session

10.00-11.00: Economics of Skin Cancer Prevention
Gery Guy, Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), USA
Louisa Gordon, Team Head – Health Economics, QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, Australia

11.00-12.00: Presentation of conference outcome, patients organisations, final approval of recommendations
Craig Sinclair, Head Prevention Division, Cancer Council Victoria

12.00 Closing remarks
12.15 Close of Conference

Timings are approximate - a full detailed programme will be released closer to the event date.

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