YRF Poster Presentations

Posters being presented during the Young Researcher’s Forum taking place on Wednesday 20th November 2019.


  • Presenters should report to the Poster Screens at the beginning of their allocated session. Posters will be on display at screens: Poster Walk R.
  • Each presenter will have 2 minutes to present their poster to the YRF Panel

Morning Coffee Session:
(10:35 – 11:00)
Reconstruction of inter-hospital chains of transmission of Carbapenemase-Producing Enterobacteriaceae in France using Bayesian framework
Jonathan Roux (Univ Rennes, EHESP, REPERES – EA 7449) et al.

Investigation of the strategic decision-making process and assessment of its impact on Qatar’s Healthcare system
Fatima Alhatimy (University College London) et al.

The persuasive traits in anti-vaccination videos in Spain and their implications in social media campaigns to counteract vaccine hesitancy
Alicia Garcia-Oliva (PSiNET Research Group, Open University of Catalonia (UOC) et al.

Vaccine Confidence in Russia: a digital analysis of online behaviour and attitudes of the Russian speaking internet users
Daria Tserkovnaya (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) et al.
Lunchtime Session: (12:30 – 13:30)Importance of risk factors associated with malaria for Sub-Saharan African children
Elvire Mfueni Bikundi (Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Clinical Research Center, School of Public Health, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) at al.

Demonstration study with chatbot to prevent isolation of parents with small children
Emi Hosoya (University of Tokyo) et al.
Afternoon Coffee Session:
(15:00 – 15:30)
An Interactive Web Design for Asthma Education Program: A Randomized Trial
Maha Dardouri (University of Sousse) et al.

Optimizing recruitment into the Health eHeart Study: understanding how patient-level characteristics are associated with the decision to participate in digital research
Madelena Ng (University of California, Berkeley)

Digital food environments and their influence in the nutritional health of young women in Norway
Sabrina Ionata Granheim (Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences)

Chronic disease management in Cameroon: a process of empowerment and social recomposition
Matchika Megaptché (Universit of yaounde I)