From 8 to 11 November 2023, the European Public Health Conference organised by the EUPHA takes place in Dublin, Ireland, where many international public health researchers, professionals and stakeholders are expected. An important delegation of EHESP professors and doctoral students participates in this 16th edition on: “Our food, our health, our Earth: a sustainable future for humanity”. Representing the 4 departments and the 2 labelled units (UMR 1085 IRSET – UMR 6051 ARENES) of EHESP, about fifteen professors-researchers and several PhD students who are members of the Doctoral Public Health Network (RDSP) take part in this annual European meeting through sessions, workshops, oral communications and poster presentations on research topics related to the theme of this 2023 conference.

See the programme on EPH website

The interventions of the EHESP delegation

Thursday 9 November 2023

9h-10h // WORKSHOP: Health Services Research in Europe: time to dust off the field

  • Eric BRETON (dept SHS – UMR Arènes)
  • Nolwenn LE MEUR (dept METIS – UMR Arènes)
    Bigdata is breaking new grounds
  • Loïc GUERIN (dept IDM)
    The Future of HSR Program Evaluation: A European Perspective
  • Latame ADOLI (dept METIS – RDSP)
    Uncovering gender bias in health services: the case of kidney transplantation

9h-10h // ORAL PRESENTATION: Air pollution

  • Alan Ricardo PATLAN HERNANDEZ (RDSP – UMR Irset)
    Associations between prenatal exposure to outdoor PM2.5 and NO2 and childhood respiratory symptoms


  • Mélissa SAWAYA (Doctorante du RDSP)
    Sexually and Non-sexually Transmitted Infections and The risk of Prostate Cancer

15h10-16h10 // WORKSHOP: Students avoiding school toilets: a universal, unrecognized & rarely discussed public health issue

  • Emmanuelle GODEAU (dpt SHS – UMR Arènes – RDSP)
    Workshop Coordinator & oral presentation
    School toilets use: the perspective of French school doctors

16h40-17h40 // PITCH PRESENTATION: Environment and health

    Assessing Vulnerability to Health Impacts of Climate Change in French Municipalities

Friday 10 November 2023

11h40-12h40 // ORAL PRESENTATION: Insights from COVID-19

  • Kathleen MC COLL (dpt SHS – RDSP)
    Vaccination and risk compensation during the COVID-19 pandemic in France

Saturday 11 November 2023


  • Environmental health risks
    Nirmala PRAJAPATI (Doctorante du RDSP)
    Artificial light at night and breast cancer risk: The findings from CECILE study (France)


  • Tackling infectious diseases
    Eva LEGENDRE (Doctorante du RDSP)
    Malaria asymptomatic carriage in the Sahelian region: the challenge associated to young adults

11h40-12h40 // WORKSHOP: Community Health Practice and Research in Europe: Up front and centre!

  • Eric BRETON

11h40-12h40 // POSTER WALK: Health care services and systems

  • Mélanie BERTIN (dpt METIS)
    Impact of breast cancer care pathways and related symptoms on the return-to-work process

From 8 to 11 November 2023


Climate emergency / Environment and health / Urban health

  • Marion PORCHERIE (dpt SHS – UMR Arenes)
    (Re)-discovering rivers benefits in the City: a One Health approach
  • Guilhem DARDIER (dpt SHS – UMR Arènes – RDSP)
    Using mixed methods to better assess the effects of citizen sensing on individual behaviors


  • Juliette PIVETEAU (dpt METIS)
    Care trajectory differences in women and men with end-stage renal disease after dialysis initiation

Health care services and systems

  • Lola MENANT (dept METIS) et Judith MUELLER (dept METIS – RDSP)
    Stroke care pathways according to rural-urban residency

Mental Health

  • Florian MANNEVILLE (Alumni RDSP)Associations between lifestyle change during the COVID-19 pandemic and mental health in adolescents

Maternal, child and adolescent public health

    CARDIOMETABOLIC profiles in adolescents in the Pollution and Asthma Risk: an Infant Study cohort
  • Marion LECORGULLE (Alumni RDSP)
    Socioecological correlates of parental lifestyle patterns during the prenatal period
Published on 8 November 2023