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General

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Table of Contents

General Information Welcome Message

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International and Local Committees

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Orientation Keys

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Map

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Lunch Box - Tickets

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Special Events

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November 1st - Pre-Conference

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November 2nd - Setting the Stage

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November 3rd - Evidence

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November 4th - Action

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Speakers Biographies

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Final Information General Index

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Co-Sponsors

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Notes

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WELCOME NOTE Dear participant of ICUH 2011, We are glad to welcome you to the 10th International Conference on Urban Health (ICUH). ICUH has been held annually since 2002 in 7 different cities in North America, Europe, and Africa, and we are pleased here in Brazil to have the privilege of bringing the world’s annual conference on urban health to Latin America for the first time. Each year, the conference has convened urban health researchers, policymakers, civil society, professionals, and others to discuss experience, research, policies, and practices to improve the lives of urban dwellers everywhere. This year, the main theme to be addressed is “Urban Health Action toward Equity”, with special interest in evidence and action, focusing on the positive consequences in urban health interventions, as well as the social and public health policies that are required to address these issues. The conference will discuss how institutions and governments can develop and implement interventions that improve health equity, based upon urban health evidence. These issues will be examined in a multitude of sectors, which will vary from climate change and air pollution to transportation and infrastructure, and from reproductive and maternal child health to health services. The first day of the Conference will have an emphasis on “Setting the Stage for Urban Health” the second day on “Evidence,” and the third day on “Action—translating data into action in order to reduce health and urban disparities.” The program includes 14 plenaries and special sessions, 187 oral presentations, 30 oral-posters, 190 posters, and 14 workshops. In addition to the broad interdisciplinary discussion, the ICUH 2011 will be highlighted with distinct activity that enhances the city of Belo Horizonte as a model of participatory governance. It features guided tours offered in partnership with the Housing and Urbanization Company of Belo Horizonte (Urbel) to areas of intervention of the various municipal programs, highlighting the Vila Viva Project. We are certain that such local visits will promote opportunities for discussion and exchange of experiences aimed at managers involved in interventions in urban areas and the possible impacts of these interventions on the quality of life of dwellers. The logo for ICUH 2011 was developed with reference to the zero point of the planned city of Belo Horizonte and one of its main squares, named “Praça 7


Raul Soares,” listed by the State Institute of Historical and Artistic Heritage of Minas Gerais (IEPHA). The city’s urban space was recently revitalized through a community participatory process, creating numerous opportunities for public activities geared towards good health, like physical activity and recreation, with the idea of harmoniously integrating the human being with the city. We wish to thank our founders, sponsors and partners, as well as the organizers, who have worked hard to make this event a reality: the School of Medicine of the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), which throughout 2010–2011 is celebrating its 100th anniversary; the Belo Horizonte Observatory for Urban Health (OSUBH, in Portuguese initials) and the International Society for Urban Health (ISUH). We are positive that your remarkable experience will be extremely valuable to share with urban health advocates gathered here in the research, practice, and policy fields. After all, “each learns from the other, but all are part of one global city.” We hope that you enjoy the conference and the beautiful horizon of Belo Horizonte City. Sincerely,

Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa Conference Chair

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David Vlahov

Conference Co-chair


INTERNATIONAL AND LOCAL COMMITTEES Conference Chair Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa, MD, MPH, PhD President-Elect, ISUH Professor, Federal University of Minas Gerais, School of Medicine Co-coordinator, Belo Horizonte Observatory for Urban Health

Conference Co-Chair David Vlahov, RN, PhD Founding President, ISUH Dean and Professor, University of California, San Francisco School of Nursing

Host Institution Francisco José Penna Dean and Professor, Federal University of Minas Gerais, School of Medicine

Tarcizo Afonso Nunes Vice-Dean and Professor, Federal University of Minas Gerais, School of Medicine

Organizing Committee Stephanie Bispo Marcela Guimarães Côrtes Aline Dayrell Ferreira Amélia Augusta de Lima Friche (Chair) Janaína Lavalli Goston

Adriana A. F. Nascimento Guilherme Franco Netto Alex Rothman Lívia Rodrigues Santos

Logistic Committee Sérgio Eduardo Rocha Corrêa Arlete Bozzi de Morais

Alexandre Pereira do Nascimento Maurílio Elias da Silva

Fundraising and Finance Committee Elifilete Costa Araújo Rosana Teixeira Caiaffa Vânia Cardoso Soares do Couto Aline Dayrell Ferreira Janaína Lavalli Goston

Adriana A. F. Nascimento Maria Cecília Diniz Nogueira Cleverson Oliveira Pena Maria Regina Almeida Viana

Media Commitee Gilberto Boaventura Carvalho Alessandra Ribeiro Ana Cláudia Ferreira Ana Lúcia Chagas Desirée Suzuki

Fernando Maximiano Larissa Nunes Léo Rodrigues Luiz Lagares

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Scientific Committee Cibele Comini César Mariângela Leal Cherchiglia Maria Isabel Toulson Davisson Correia Marcela Guimarães Côrtes Amélia Augusta de Lima Friche Deborah Carvalho Malta

Simone Moyses Fernando Augusto Proietti (Chair) Celeste de Souza Rodrigues Diana Rossi Rômulo Paes de Souza David Vlahov César Coelho Xavier

Abstract Reviewers Alex Manini / Alexandre M A Diniz / Aline Cristina Souza Lopes / Aline Dayrell Ferreira / Amélia Augusta de Lima Friche / Amit Prasad / Ana Cristina Côrtes Gama / Ana Luiza Nabuco Palhano / Ana Maria Sperandio / Andréia Gazzinelli C. de Oliveira / Angelita Melo / Anita Palepu / Anita Patil-Deshmukh / Arnoud Verhoeff / Arpana Verma / Carla Jorge Machado / Carlos Silva / Celeste De Souza Rodrigues / Cibele Comini César / Clareci Cardoso / Claudia Lopes / Cláudia Medina Coeli / Dais Gonçalves Rocha / Daniele Fernandes / Danielle Ompad / David Ostrow / David Vlahov / Diana Rossi / Don Hoover / Edna Reis / Eduardo Faerstein / Eduardo Luiz Andrade Mota / Eduardo Pessanha / Eli Iola Gurgel De Andrade / Elisabeth Barbosa França / Elsa Giugliani / Elza Machado De Melo / Erika Silveira / Fernando Augusto Proietti / Flávio Pechansky / Francisco De Assis Acurcio / Francisco Inácio Bastos / Francoise Barten / George Lins Machado / Gora Mboup / Guilherme Werneck / Hedwig Lee / Helena Ribeiro / Idalina Kakeshita / Ilene Speizer / Ines Dourado / Jacky Jennings / Janaína Lavalli Goston / Jorge Gustavo V. Meléndez / Julie Netherland / Luciana Diniz Silva / Lynn Silver / Marc Gourevitch / Marcelo Vila / Marcia Westphal / Maria Cristina de M. Almeida / Maria do Carmo Leal / Maria Ines Nahas / Maria Isabel Correia / Maria Oliveira / Mark Drew Crosland Guimarães / Maysoun Freij / Megumi Kano / Mery Natali Silva Abreu / Nelson Gouveia / Paulo Fernando Capucci / Paulo Saldiva / Peter Selwyn / Rita Barradas Barata / Ronir Raggio Luiz / Rosiene / Sergio Rego / Shannon Zenk / Sheryl Magzamen / Silvia De Freitas / Simone Santos / Sonia Lansky / Vijay Nandi / Vitor Mourthé Valadares / Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa

ISUH Board Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa, President-Elect. Brazil Danielle Ompad, Secretary. EUA Patricia O’Campo, Treasurer. Canada Paul Kizito, Member-at-Large. Kenya. Shannon Zenk, Member-at-Large. EUA Diana Silimperi, Member-at-Large. EUA Anita Palepu, Member-at-Large. Canada Clement Azodo, Member-at-Large. Nigeria Françoise Barten, Member-at-Large. Netherlands Siddharth Agarwal, President. India David Vlahov, Founding President. EUA

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General Information Registration:

Registration will be available at the Registration desk, from 07h00 to 17h00.

Venue Address

MINASCENTRO - Augusto de Lima Avenue, 785 – Town Center Phone: 55 31 3217-7900 http://www.minascentro.com.br

Badges

Delegates must wear their name badges at all times to gain access to the Conference building and all sessions, exhibits and receptions. Replacements for lost badges can be obtained at the registration desk for a single-day registration fee.

Lunch Tickets

Tickets for lunches are on page 15. Meals will not be handed out unless a ticket is presented.

Simultaneous Translation (English-Portuguese or Portuguese-English) It will be fully provided in rooms Topaz (TopĂĄzio) and Garnet (Granada). Individual wireless receivers and headphones with removable ear foam protectors will be hand out in exchange for a photo ID.


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Orientation Keys

Theater, Auditoriums and Rooms Ágata

Esmeralda

Água Marinha

Granada

Albita

Pirita

Ametista

Quartzo

Berilo

Topázio

Fluorita

Turmalina

Área Ouro

Área Jaspe

Agate

Aquamarine

Albite

Amethyst

Beryl

Fluorite

Golden Area

Emerald

Garnet

Pyrite

Quartz

Topaz

Tourmaline

Jaspe Area

Events Plenary

Workshop

Special Plenary

Oral Session

Special Session

Oral Poster/Poster

Related Meetings

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Guaja

Pirita Pyrite

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Turmalina Tourmaline

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Minascentro Map

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Granada Garnet

รgua Marinha

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Aquamarine

Ametista

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Amethyst

Quartzo Quartz

Legends:

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Helpdesk

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Golden Area

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Jaspe Area

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Safira Area

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Fire Department and Medical Assistence

5 Berilo

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Beryl

Esmeralda Esmerald

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de Lima Avenue

Bathroom

Fluorita Fluorite

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Elevator Public Telephone


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Special Event: Welcome Cocktail Reception Safira Area

November 1st

22h00 19h00

The reception is open to all delegates who have the Conference badge. Others may attend with a donation of US$50 to cover reception costs. Tickets can be purchased at Registration desk.

Joint Opening Ceremony of the ICUH 2011 and the Brazilian Health Congress Room: Topázio

November 2nd

21h00

A special lecture on the results of the WHO Conference on Social Determinants of Health held in Rio de Janeiro, 1921 October, will be delivered by Dr. Rüdiger Krech, WHO Conference Secretariat for the 2011 World Conference on Social Determinants of Health, Geneva, Switzerland.

19h00

Safira Area

November 2nd - 4th

21h00 12h00

Photo Exhibit 1: Working the City: experiences of migrant women in inner city Johannesburg - Elsa Oliveira Photo Exhibit 2: A search for “The Devil to Pay in the Backlands” – Em busca do Grande Sertão Veredas - Eugênio M. A. Goulart, Fernando A. Proietti, César C. Xavier, Lúcia Maria H. F. Goulart, Maíra F. Goulart.

Guided visits to Central Market Room: Fluorita

13h00

November 2nd - 4th

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Special Events

20h00


18h30

ISUH Assembly Room: Granada

November 3rd 20h00 12h00

Open to all ISUH members. Non members are stimulated to enroll at ISUH. Membership forms are available at the ISUH booth or in the website: www.isuh.org.

Observatory for Urban Health Program Belo Horizonte-RIO-Technical Cooperation Room: Granada

November 4th 13h30 19h30

Signature of Cooperation Agreement between Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (FIOCRUZ) and Federal University of Minas Gerais, School of Medicine.

Final ICUH Social Event with Brazilian Popular Music Safira Area

November 4th

20h30

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A musical confraternization of ICUH 2011 delegates with the Brazilian Health Congress delegates.


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Pre-Conference Workshop – Expanding Intersectoral Public Policies

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13h30

Site Visits – VILA VIVA PROGRAM

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17h00

ISUH Board Meeting

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18h30

Welcome Remarks Ceremony

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Welcome Cocktail

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20h00

Index

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Pre-Conference Workshop – Expanding Intersectoral Public Policies Room: Pirita

17h30 13h30

Moderator: Simone Tetu Moysés Speakers: Marco Akerman, Edmundo Gallo, Nelson Gouveia, Simone Tetu Moyses, Marcia Westphal

Site Visits to VILA VIVA PROGRAM 13h30- 14h30 : Presentation - Room: Granada 15h00: Departure from Minascentro

18h00 17h00

18h00 (estimated):Arrival to Minascentro

Special Event: ISUH Board Meeting

18h30

Room: Ametista

18h30

Welcome Remarks Ceremony

Room: Granada Dr. Jo Boufford - President of NYAM Dr. David Vlahov - Founder President of ISUH Dr. Francisco José Penna - Dean of the UFMG School of Medicine Dr. Maria Isabel Toulson Davisson Correia - President of the Brazilian Health Congress

20h00 20h00

22h00

Dr. Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa - President of ICUH

Welcome Cocktail Reception Safira Area The reception is open to all delegates who have the Conference badge. Others may attend with a donation of US$50 to cover reception costs. Tickets can be purchased at Registration desk.

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Program - November 1st

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Nov 2

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10h30

Workshop – Methodologic Issues in the Investigation of Neighborhood Health Effects

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10h30

Workshop – Maternal and Child Health in Brazil: Challenges to Research and Action

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10h30

Oral Session – Urban Disasters

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10h30

Oral Session – Diseases I

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10h30

Oral Session – Drug Use & Health Related Problems

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10h30

Oral Session – Physical Activity

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10h30

Oral Session – Food Availability

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10h30

Oral Session – Contrasting Urban and Non-Urban Health

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10h30

Oral Session – Health Care Settings

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12h00

Lunch

12h00

Oral Poster – Adults’ Health

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12h00

Oral Poster – Drug Use & Mental Health

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12h00

Oral Poster – Governance

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12h00

Oral Poster – Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health

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Index

Plenary – Urban Health History Addressing Disparities

9h00

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12h00

Oral Poster – Nutrition and Food Security

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12h00

Oral Poster – Physical Environment

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12h00

Oral Poster – Public Health Services

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12h00

Oral Poster – Social Environment

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12h00

Oral Poster – Urban Health Capacities

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12h00

Oral Poster – Urban Health Disparities

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12h00

Oral Poster – Urban Health Metrics

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12h00

Poster – Adult’s Health

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12h00

Poster – Aging

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12h00

Poster – Dengue

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12h00

Poster – Drug Use I

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12h00

Poster – Family Planning

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12h00

Poster – Global Urbanization Process and Prospects I

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12h00

Poster – Governance I

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12h00

Poster – Housing & Health

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12h00

Poster – Air Pollution

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Poster – Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health I

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12h00

Poster – Non-Communicable Diseases

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12h00

Poster – Nutrition I

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12h00

Poster – Physical Environment

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12h00

Poster – Public Health Services I

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12h00

Poster – Social Environment

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12h00

Poster – Urban Health Disparities

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12h00

Poster – Urban Planning & Transport

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12h00

Poster – Water, Sanitation, and Solid Waste

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13h00

Special Session – Health Challenges in Urban Settings

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14h30

Oral Session – Community Approaches to Urban Health

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14h30

Oral Session – Urban Health Disparities I

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14h30

Oral Session – Adult’s Health & Family Planning

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14h30

Workshop – Principles of Evaluation of Road Safety Interventions - Part I

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14h30

Workshop – Rivers and Cities: An Ecosystem Health Approach

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Workshop – Which Urban Policies Will Help Deal With the Inequity of Testing for Hepatitis C in Migrant Populations in Our Cities: A Case Study

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15h30

Oral Session – Sexual Behavior and HIV/AIDS

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15h30

Oral Session – Child Health

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15h30

Oral Session – Urban Health Disparities II

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15h30

Oral Session – Injury & Violence

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15h30

Oral Session – Climate Change

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17h00

Special Plenary – Social Inequalities in Urban Settings

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19h00

Joint Opening Ceremony of the ICUH 2011 and the Brazilian Health Congress

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Program - November 2

9h00

PL.1 – Urban Health Addressing Health Disparities Room: Topázio Moderator: Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa Conceptual Framework and the Long View of Urban Health David Vlahov (University of California, San Francisco, United States) The Urban Health Model in Developed Countries Patricia O’Campo (University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada)

10h30 10h30

Urban Health Perspective on the Americas’ Agendas Carlos Santos-Burgoa / Luiz Augusto Galvão (Pan American Health Organization, Washington, D.C., United States)

WK.1 – Methodologic Issues in the Investigation of Neighborhood Health Effects Room: Granada Coordinator: Ana Diez-Roux (University of Michigan, Michigan, United States)

12h00 10h30

Speaker: Ana Diez-Roux

WK.2 – Maternal and Child Health in Brazil: Challenges to Research and Action Room: Ágata Coordinator: Sônia Lansky (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil)

Speakers: Maria do Carmo Leal, Sônia Lansky 12h00 10h30

OS.1 – Urban Disasters Room: Quartzo Moderator: Amit Prasad OS1.1 Developing Indicators for Disaster Preparedness in Cities Amit Prasad*, Jostacio Moreno Lapitan, Shada Rouhani, Laura Janneck, Ronak Patel *World Health Organization, Japan

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>> OS1.2 The Urban Fact in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest Biome: Climate and Urban Disasters Aline Matulja*, Arlindo Phlippi Jr *Faculdade de Saúde Pública da Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil

OS1.3 Application of the SPHERE Standards for Humanitarian Crises to Urban Slum Conditions in Kenya Ronak Bhailal Patel*, Elizabeth Kimani-Murage, Catherine Kyobutungi, Lilly Schofield, Ettarh Remare, James Kimani, Shukri Mohammed, Frederick Wekesah *Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, United States of America

OS1.4 Lean on Me - Inequities of Formal Support System During Disasters for the Most Vulnerable Residents in an Unregistered Slum Kiran Sawant*, Shrutika Shitole, Tejal Shitole, David Bloom, Anita Patil Deshmukh 12h00 10h30

*Partners for Urban Knowledge Action & Research, India

OS.2 – Diseases I Room: Esmeralda Moderator: Celeste Rodrigues OS2.1 Pattern of Morbidity and Cost of Seeking Healthcare Services among Slum Dwellers of Delhi Arunika Agarwal*, Sanjeev Kumar, Anubhav Agarwal *Afghanistan Center for Training & Development, India

OS2.2 Spatial Analysis of Relative Risk of Visceral Leishmaniasis (VL) in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil, 2007 to 2009 Valdelaine Etelvina Miranda Araújo*, Letícia Cavalari Pinheiro, Maria Cristina de Mattos Almeida, Fernanda Carvalho de Menezes, Maria Helena Franco Morais, Ilka Afonso Reis, Vanessa De Oliveira Pires Fiuza, Silvana Tecles Brandão, Renato Martins Assunção, Mariângela Carneiro *Instituto de Ciências Biológicas/UFMG and Secretaria Municipal de Saúde de Belo Horizonte, Brazil

OS2.3 Early Clinical Manifestations Associated with Death from Visceral Leishmaniasis: A Historical Cohort Study Based on Secondary Data Valdelaine Etelvina Miranda Araújo*, Maria Helena Franco Morais, Ana Lucia Teles Rabello, Mariângela Carneiro *UFMG and Secretaria de Saúde de Belo Horizonte, Brazil

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>>OS2.4 Intraurban Differences in the Relative Risk for Visceral Leishmaniasis in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil, 2006 to 2010 Maria Cristina Matos Almeida*, Vanessa de Oliveira Pires Fiúza, José Eduardo Marques Pessanha, Silvana Tecles Brandão, Rodrigo Fabiano do Carmo Said, Maria da Consolação Magalhães Cunha, Eduardo Viana Gusmão, Helen Maria Ramos de Oliveira Lopes, Maria Helena Franco Morais *Secretaria Municipal de Saúde de Belo Horizonte, Brazil and Belo Horizonte Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais

OS2.5 Pesticides Application and Urban Population Exposure (Support Fapesp Nº 09/52959-4) Solange Papini*, Thais Salomão Leme, Eliane Vieira, Luiz Carlos Luchini, Eduardo de Masi *COVISA/SMS/PMSP, Brazil

12h00

OS2.6 Geographic Analysis of the Incidence and Severity of Malaria in a Traditional African City, Sokoto, Nigeria Babatimehin Oyekanmi*, Momodu

10h30

OS.3 – Drug Use & Health Related Problems

*Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria

Room: Turmalina

Moderator: Anita Palepu OS3.1 HIV and HCV Screening in a Safe Drug Use Facility: the Geneva Experience Anne Francois*, Beatrice Gomez-Rogers, Martine Baudin, Barbara Broers *Geneva Univerity Hospital, Switzerland

OS3.2 Smoking among Youth: Association with Social Context – Saúde em Beagá Study, Belo Horizonte, 2008-2009 Mery Natali Silva Abreu*, Amélia Augusta de Lima Friche, César Coelho Xavier, Fernando Augusto Proietti, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa * Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OS3.3 Pharmacy- Based Post Exposure Prophylaxis for Injection Drug Users as a Strategy to Minimize Racial/Ethnic Disparities in HIV Silvia Amesty*, Alexis Rivera, Alezandria Turner, Natalie Crawford, Crystal Fuller *Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, United States of America >>

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>>OS3.4 Spatial Distribution of Networks among Crack Users in a Brazilian Urban Center Michelle Ralil da Costa*, Ricardo Corrêa, José Nélio Januário, Neilane Bertoni, Francisco Inácio Bastos, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa * Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OS3.5 Demographic, Behavioral and Neighborhood Characteristics Associated With Being Unaware of HIV Positive Status among Black and Hispanic Heroin and Crack Users in New York City (2000-2004) Crystal M. Fuller*, Natalie D. Crawford, Alezandria K Turner, Alexis V. Rivera, Shannon Blaney, Stephanie Cook, Danielle C. Ompad, Sandro Galea 12h00 10h30

*Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, United States of America

OS.4 – Physical Activity Room: Água Marinha

Moderator: Maria Isabel Toulsson Davidson Correia OS4.1 Perceived Social Support and Leisure Physical Activity Levels According to Health Vulnerability Index in Adults Living in an Urban Center: “Saúde Em Beagá” Study, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2008-2009 Janaina Lavalli Goston*, Amanda Cristina Souza Andrade, César Coelho Xavier, Fernando Proietti, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa * Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OS4.2 Factors Associated with Transport-Related Physical Activity among Adults Living in Urban Center: “Saúde Em Beagá” Study, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 20082009 Amanda Cristina Souza Andrade*, Janaina Lavalli Goston, Sérgio William Viana Peixoto, César Coelho Xavier, Fernando Augusto Proietti, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa *René Rachou Research Center, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation and Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OS4.3 Moving in the Right Direction: Reducing Inequalities in Physical Activity among Youth in British Columbia, Canada Annie Smith*, Duncan Stewart, Colleen Poon *Mccreary Centre Society, Canada

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>>OS4.4 Neighborhood Characteristics are Independently Associated with LeisureTime Physical Activity in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil: The Pró-Saúde Study Karine de Lima Sírio Boclin*, Eduardo Faerstein, Jaqueline Rodrigues Robaina, Antônio Carlos Monteiro Ponce de Leon * State University of Rio de Janeiro, Institute of Social Medicine, Brazil

OS4.5 Neighborhood-Based Differences in Physical Activity: a Deprived Urban Neighborhood Program Approach (Fitness Centers-FCs) for Reducing social Inequalities in Chronic Diseases – Preliminary Comparisons Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa*, Amanda Cristina Souza Andrade, Janaina Lavalli Goston, Aline Ferreira Dayrell, César Coelho Xavier, Cibele César Comini, Fernando Augusto Proietti 12h00 10h30

*Observatory for Urban Health; Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OS.5 – Food Availability Room: Pirita

Moderator: Danielle Ompad OS5.1 Spatial Distributions of Restaurants, Fast Food Outlets, Supermarkets and Farmer´s Markets in Sao Paulo, Brazil: Socioeconomic Differences Ana Clara Fonseca Leitão Duran*, Patrícia Constante Jaime *School of Public Health of the University of São Paulo, Brazil

OS5.2 Empowering the Community to Ensure Food Availability in the Urban Settings Rosemary Kamunya* *Waka Maternity and Health Services, Kenya

OS5.3 Food Availability in the Neighbourhood is Related to Body Mass Index of Women in an Urban Area of Brazil Paula Andrea Martins*, Elena de Carvalho Cremm, Maria Aparecida de Oliveira, Fernanda Baeza Scagliusi *Universidade Federal de São Paulo, Brazil

OS5.4 Association between the Spatial Distribution of Restaurants and Fast Food Outlets and Heavy Human Traffic Areas Thamiris Ferreira Tavares*, Mariana Zauli Sanches, Daniela Silva Canella, Ana Clara Da Fonseca Leitão Duran, Patrícia Constante Jaime *School of Public Health, University of São Paulo, Brazil.

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>>Vani Sethi*, Mark Nord 12h00 10h30

*Urban Health Resource Centre, India

OS.6 – Contrasting Urban and Non-Urban Health Room: Fluorita

Moderator: Paul Kizito OS6.1 Trends in Age at First Sex in Ghana Akwasi Kumi-Kyereme* *University of Cape Coast, Ghana

OS6.2 Differentials in Contraceptive Use among PWDs – A Comparison between Urban and Rural Resident PWDs Vane Lumumba*, Paul Kizito, Francis Kundu *National Coordinating Agency for Population and Development, Kenya

OS6.3 Effect of Maternal Education in Rural Urban Differentials of Under-Five Mortality Bamidele Bello*, Olayemi Omotade *Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria

OS6.4 A Study on the Vital Registration System in the Urban and Rural Areas of Rajasthan Sunil Thomas Jacob*, K.M.Sathyanarayana *India

OS6.5 Assessing the Extent of Rich-Poor Gap in Utilization of Maternal Health Care Services, 1992-2006: A Comparative Study between Urban and Rural India Rajesh Kumar Rai*, Prashant Kumar Singh, Lucky Singh 12h00 10h30

* School of Public Health & Community Medicine, Hebrew UniversityHadassah, Israe

OS.7 – Health Care Settings Room: Ametista

Moderator: James Macinko OS7.1 Social-Spatial Inequalities and Access to Medium Complexity Services in the Curitiba Metropolitan Area Sandra Lúcia Vieira Ulinski Aguilera*, Beatriz Helena S. França, Simone Tetú Moysés, Edeny Terra Loyola, Samuel Jorge Moysés *PUCPR, Brazil

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>>OS7.2 Mapping of Public Health Facilities with Reference to the Urban Poor in Maharashtra, India Anandi Dantas* *Centre for Enquiry into Health and Allied Themes (Cehat), India

OS7.3 Determinants of Health Care Demand in Mekelle City, Ethiopia Tendayi Gondo*, Aleina Mutazu *University of Venda, South Africa

OS7.4 Exploring Differentials and Correlates of Urban Health Inequality in India: A Comparative Study between Slums of Mega Cities versus Towns Prashant Kumar Singh*, Rajesh Kumar Rai 12h00

*International Institute for Population Sciences, India

12h00

Lunch

12h00

OP.1 – Adult’s Health Golden Area OP1.1 “Nobody’s here with me”: A Qualitative Investigation of Women’s Delivery Location in Urban Slum-Dwelling India Laura Nolan Khan*, Tejal Shitole, Jennifer O’Brien, Anita Patil-Deshmukh, David E. Bloom

13h00 12h00

*Harvard School of Public Health, United States of America

OP.2 – Drug Use & Mental Health Golden Area OP2.1 Factors Associated with Self-Perceived Mental and Physical Health among Canadian Street-Involved Youth Salman A Klar*, Lily Fang, Dara Friedman, Holly DangeloScott, Jennifer Gratrix, Miriam Rossi, Darlene Taylor, Judith Wright, John Wylie, Tom Wong, Gayatri C Jayaraman *Public Health Agency of Canada, Canada

OP2.2 Drugs and Vulnerability to Homicide: A Study in an Urban Area Marcia Dayrell*, Edna Afonso Reis, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa 13h00 12h00

*Secretaria Municipal de Saúde de Betim (MG), Brazil

OP.3 – Governance Golden Area OP3.1 Evaluation of Programs that Target Youth Substance Use and Other >> Health-Risk Behaviours 37


Maya Peled*, Timothy Agg, Annie Smith *McCreary Centre Society, Canada

OP3.2 A Practical Guideline on Working in Consortium Environment – Experiences from Urban Health Initiative (UHI) Project in Uttar Pradesh, India Gopal Mukherjee*, Bitra George, Sainath Banerjee *FHI, India

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OP3.3 Development of the Philippine Framework for Urban Health SystemsDevelopment Lilibeth C. David*, Mario C. Villaverde, Erlinda T. Guerrero, Teresita C. Guzman *Department of Health, Philippines

OP.4 – Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health Golden Area OP4.1 Adolescents Who Overestimate Body Size: The Influence of Health Vulnerability Areas - Saúde em Beagá Study, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2008-2009 Marcela Guimarães Côrtes*, Adriana Lúcia Meireles, Fernando Augusto Proietti, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa, César Coelho Xavier *Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OP4.2 Socio-Demographic and Lifestyle Factors Associated to Excess Body Weight in Adolescents Living in a Large Urban Center: A Population-Based Study, Saúde em Beagá Study, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2008-2009 Stephanie Bispo*, Adriana Lúcia Meireles, César Coelho Xavier, Marcela Guimarães Cortês, Fernando Augusto Proietti, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa 13h00 12h00

* Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OP.5 – Nutrition and Food Security Golden Area OP5.1 Built and Social Environments and their Relationship to Adults Overweight and Obesity in Belo Horizonte – Brazil Larissa Loures Mendes*, Gustavo Velásquez-Meléndez, Deborah Carvalho Malta *Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OP5.2 Trends in Consumption of Soft Drinks and Artificial Juices in Adults by >> Telephone Survey in Brazil, from 2006 to 2009 38


>>Gustavo Velásquez-Meléndez*, Larissa Loures Mendes, Milene Cristine Pessoa, Deborah Carvalho Malta * Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OP5.3 Overweight and Barriers to the Practice of Physical Activity, Saúde em Beagá Study, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2008-2009 Cynthia Graciane Carvalho Ramos*, Aline Dayrell Ferreira, Amanda Cristina Souza Andrade, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa *Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OP5.4 Effects of Neighborhood Features on Obesity: Saúde em Beagá Study, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2008-2009 Amélia Augusta de Lima Friche*, Aline Dayrell Ferreira Sales, Ana V. Diez-Roux, Cibele Comini Cesar, Fernando Augusto Proietti, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa *Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OP5.5 Gender Differences in Eating Pattern and Health Raquel da Silva Assunção*, Sandhi Maria Barreto, Luana Giatti Gonçalves 13h00 12h00

*Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OP.6 – Physical Environment Golden Area OP6.1 Health, Quality of Life and Social Justice: Effects of Urban Housing Policies in Porto Alegre, Brazil Lívia Teresinha Salomão Piccinini* *Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

OP6.2 Guyana´s Premier Second Hand Smoke Study Among Bar and Nightclub Employees Marcia Bassier-Paltoo*, Sabella Yussuf, Preeta Saywack, Ana Navas Acien *Ministry of Health, Guyana

OP6.3 Neighborhood Perceptions Dimensions and Association with Self-Rated Health: Findings from a Population-Based Survey in Southern Brazilian Population Dorotéia Aparecida Hofelmann*, José Leopoldo Ferreira Antunes, Marco Aurélio Peres 13h00

*Post-Graduate Program in Public Health, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil

OP6.4 Determinants of Health: A Multidisciplinar Research Development in Porto >> Alegre, RS 39


>>Lívia Teresinha Salomão Piccinini*, Maria Inês Azambuja, Alzira Lewgoy, Mauren Ramos, João Henrique Kolling, Roberta A Reis, Verônica Ximenes, Aloyzio Achutti *Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

OP6.5 Living and Health Conditions of Children of Primary Water Source Areas in Diadema City, SP, 2007-2010 Gabriela Torres Cruvinel*, Maria Tereza Pepe Razzolini *School of Public Health - USP, Brazil

OP6.6 Spatial Distribution of Tropospheric Ozone in the City of Araraquara, SP Ana Paula Francisco*, João Vicente de Assunção, Célia Regina Pesquero 13h00 12h00

*Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil’

OP.7 – Public Health Services Golden Area OP7.1 Community Health Workers in Brazil’s Unified Health System: A Framework of their Praxis and Contribution toward Health Outcomes Rogério M Pinto*, Sueli Bulhões da Silva, Rafaela Soriano *Columbia University School of Social Work, United States of America

OP7.2 Predictors of In-Pharmacy HIV Testing among Drug Users: Findings from the Pharmacies as Resources Making Links to HIV Testing (PHARM-HIV) Study Silvia Amesty*, Natalie Crawford, Alexis Rivera, Alezandria Turner, Carolyn Hernandez, Katherine Harripersaud, Stephanie Cook, Crystal Fuller *Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, United States of America

OP7.3 Telemedicine: The Use of Technology to Help Mitigate Existing Health Care Inequities Milena Soriano Marcolino*, Daniel Moore Freitas Palhares, Maria Beatriz Moreira Alkmim, Junia Xavier Maia 13h00 12h00

*Centro de Telessaúde, Hospital das Clínicas da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil

OP.8 – Social Environment Golden Area OP8.1 Association between Brazilian Adults’ Self-Rated Health and the Locations of their Homes, Based on Data from PNAD 2008 >>

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>>José Rodrigo de Moraes*, Jessica Pronestino de Lima Moreira, Ronir Raggio Luiz, Alexandre dos Santos Brito, Karynna Pimentel Viana *IESC/UFRJ, Brazil

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OP8.2 On the Life of Dr. Robert Levet: the Quest for Primary Care John E Jacoby* *Mount Sinai School of Medicine, United States of America

OP.9 – Urban Health Capacities Golden Area OP9.1 Developing Equity Lens for Development Work among Urban Health Stakeholders Through the Short Course on Urban Health Equity Teresita C. Guzman*, Lilibeth C. David, Erlinda T. Guerrero, Irma L. Asuncion, Marilyn P. Ebuen, Rosalie A. Espeleta, Alan S. Cajes, Maria Divina Gracia R. Castillo, John Juliard L. Go

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*Department of Health, Philippines

OP.10 – Urban Health Disparities Golden Area OP10.1 Neighborhood Perceptions, Socioeconomic Status and Childhood Obesity: Analyzing Models of Deprivation Amplification in Portuguese Urban Areas Helena Nogueira*, Augusta Gama, Isabel Mourão, Vítor Rosado, Cristina Padez *Department of Geography & Research Centre for Anthropology and Health, University of Coimbra, Portugal

OP10.2 Levels and Inequities in Chronic Undernutrition among Urban Children in South Asia Siddharth Agarwal*, Prakasha C Sahoo , Vani Sethi, S Kaushik, Vani Sethi *Urban Health Resource Centre, India

OP10.3 Intra-Urban Differences in Vulnerability among the Elderly Population Luciana Souza Braga*, James Macinko, Fernando Augusto Proietti, Cibele Comini César, Maria Fernanda Lima-Costa *Programa de Pós-graduação em Saúde Pública, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil

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OP10.4 Equity and Urban Health Smarajit Chakraborty*, Basudev Panda *Bhubaneswar, India

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OP.11 – Urban Health Metrics Golden Area OP11.1 A Voronoi Based Prospective Scan for Space-Time Clusters of Geo-Referenced Individuals: A Pilot Study of Dengue Fever Surveillance Luiz Henrique Duczmal*, Gladston Juliano Prates Moreira, Denise Burgarelli, Ricardo Hiroshi Caldeira Takahashi, Flávia Costa Oliveira Magalhães, Emerson Cotta Bodevan

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*UFMG, Brazil

PS.1 – Adult’s Health Jaspe Area PS1.1 Health Behaviors and Occupational Stress of Brazilian Civil Servants Living in an Urban Center Janaina Lavalli Goston*, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa, Amanda Cristina de Souza Andrade, David Vlahov *Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

PS1.2 Functionality and Temporality: Exploring the Organization of Daily Living among Women with Disabilities in Belo Horizonte, Brazil Fabiane Ribeiro Ferreira*, Mariana Angélica Peixoto Souza, Rosana Ferreira Sampaio, Neuma Aguiar 13h00 12h00

*Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

PS.2 – Aging Jaspe Area PS2.1 The Experience of the Family Health Care for the Elderly at Home Fernanda Tavares de Mello Abdalla*, Neide Teresinha da Silva Mota Kertzman, Aline Domingos Tavares * Faculdade de Ciências Médicas da Santa Casa de São Paulo, Brazil

PS2.2 Effectiveness of “Care Prevention” Interventions in Japan: A Review of the Current Evidence Kanako Masuno*, Megumi Kano *The University of Tokyo, Japan

PS2.3 Health Inequalities among Older Adults in Belo Horizonte, Brazil Jôsi Fernandes de Castro Rodrigues*, Sandhi Maria Barreto, Luana Giatti Gonçalves, Lidyane do Valle Camelo, Roberta Carvalho Figueiredo *Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

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>>PS2.4 Determinants of Fruit and Vegetable Intake among Older Adults in the Urban Region of Belo Horizonte, Brazil Jôsi Fernandes de Castro Rodrigues*, Sandhi Maria Barreto, Luana Giatti Gonçalves, Lidyane do Valle Camelo, Roberta Carvalho Figueiredo *Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

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PS2.5 Social Determinants of Health in Violence against the Elderly Érika Ignácio Ribeiro*, Lívia Keismanas de Ávila *College of Medical Sciences of Santa Casa de São Paulo, Brazil

PS.3 – Dengue Jaspe Area PS3.1 The Predictions of the Effects of Climate Change on Health in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil - Dengue Project Maria da Consolação Magalhães Cunha*, Amanda de Castro e Silva, Fernanda C. Menezes, Márcia Costa Oteman Mendes, Maria Cristina de Mattos Almeida, Maria Helena Franco Morais, José Eduardo Marques Pessanha, Silvana Tecles Brandão, Waleska Teixera Caiaffa *Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais

PS3.2 Spatial Autocorrelation of Incidence of Dengue Fever over 10 Years in Araraquara City, State of São Paulo, Brazil Maria Aparecida de Oliveira*, Carlos Castillo-Salgado, Helena Ribeiro *Faculdade de Saúde Pública - Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil

PS3.3 Entomological Surveillance of Territorial Base in the Local Health System: Dengue Virus Transmission Indicator During 2007 and 2008, in Itaboraí, State of Rio de Janeiro – Brazil Waldemir Paixão Vargas*, Hélia Kawa, Paulo Chagastelles Sabroza, Andréa Sobral de Almeida *Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil

PS3.4 Aedes Aegypti Dynamics in Governador Valadares, a Middle Size City in Minas Gerais, According to Some Climate Variables Taynãna César Simões*, Cláudia Torres Codeço, Aline Araújo Nobre, Álvaro Eduardo Eiras *ENSP-Fiocruz, Brazil

PS3.5 The Pre-Cursors of Heart Health among High Officials Working In Corporate Sector of Urban Bangladesh >> 43


>>Shusmita Hossain Khan*, Shamim Hayder Talukder, Zerin Haque, Jannatul Ferdous, Mostafizar Rahman 13h00

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PS.4 – Drug Use I Jaspe Area PS4.1 Substance Use and Mental Health: A Study of Urban Youth in India Kirti Gaur*, Usha Ram *International Institute for Population Sciences, India

PS4.2 Hardest to Serve: An Evalutation of the Special Care Unit for Women in Ottawa Wendy Muckle*, Jamie Muckle *Ottawa Inner City Health, Canada

PS4.3 Tobacco Use and Alcohol Consumption in Nigeria Clement Chinedu Azodo * 13h00 12h00

*University of Benin, Nigeria

PS.5 – Family Planning Jaspe Area PS5.1 Access to Modern Contraceptives in Urban Nigeria: A Net-Map Analysis Abdulmumin Saad* *Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America

PS5.2 Improving the Uptake of Family Planning in Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, Mumbai Garima Deveshwar-Bahl*, Sushmita Das, Wasundhara Joshi *SNEHA: Society for Nutrition, Education and Health Action, India

PS5.3 Understanding Health Provider Attitudes towards Family Planning: An Urban Nigeria Case Study Lucy Herbert*, Hilary M Schwandt, Kirsten P Böse, Mojisola Odeku, Joanna Skinner, Abdulmumin Saad *Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America

PS5.4 ‘Injectables’ Challenges and Prospect; an Anecdotal Evidence Book from the Urban Slums of Uttar Pradesh, India Gopal Mukherjee*, Rochak Bhardwaj *FHI, India

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>>PS5.5 Setting and Implementing National Family Planning Standards to Improve Quality and Demand for Family Planning Services in Kenya George Managa Avosa*, Nancy Kidula, Janet Wasiche Omyonga, Isack Malonza, Stuart Merkel 13h00 12h00

*Jhpiego, Kenya

PS.6 – Global Urbanization Process and Prospects I Jaspe Area PS6.1 Patterns and Trends of Female Migration to Mega Cities in India Kailash Chandra Das*, Kumudini Das *International Institute for Population Sciences, India

PS6.2 Climate Change and Human Health in Cities Martha Macedo de Lima Barata*, Gregório Carlos de Simone, Eva Ligeti 13h00 12h00

*Fiocruz, Brazil

PS.7 – Governance I Jaspe Area PS7.1 Promoting Youth Health through Youth Engagement: The Next Steps of the 2008 British Columbia Adolescent Health Survey, Canada Stephanie Martin*, Carly Hoogeveen *McCreary Centre Society, Canada

PS7.2 Public Health Management in Brazilian Small Municipalities with Low Municipal Human Development Indices (HDI-M) Gerson Luis Schwab*, Beatriz Helena Sottile França, Júlio César Bisinelli, Simone Tetu Moysés, Samuel Jorge Moysés *Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná PUCPR, Brazil

PS7.3 Intersectoral Action on Health in Urban Settings – Liverpool Active City 2005-2010 Riikka Rantala*, Jon Dawson, Francisco Armada 13h00

*World Health Organization, Centre for Health Development, Japan

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PS.8 – Housing & Health Jaspe Area PS8.1 The Architecture that Works in Urban Poor Homeownership Struggles: Lessons from Sites Without Services (SWS) in Zimbabwe Trynos Gumbo*, Emaculate Ingwani *Stellenbosch University, South Africa

PS8.2 Taming Housing Informality through the Condominium Project in Ethiopia: A Reality or Fantasy? Aleina Mutazu*, Tendayi Gondo *University of Venda, South Africa

PS8.3 Concentrated Subsidized Housing and its Impact on the Housing Instability of Current and Former Injection Drug Users in Baltimore Sabriya L Linton*, Gregory D Kirk, Shruti H Mehta *Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America

PS8.4 Relocation of Families in Risk Area in Campinas Daniel Pereira Rocha*, Joseane Maria Aparecida Parnaiba, Maria Lúcia Saila, Ana Maria G Sperandio *Unicamp, Brazil

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PS8.5 The Research on Integrated Agro-Housing for Low-Income Residents in High-Density Urbanized Areas: A Case Study of Wuhan, China Juanjuan Liu*, Baofeng Li, Julie Johnson, Yunfei Ning *Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China

PS.9 – Air Pollution Jaspe Area PS9.1 Respiratory Children’s Health in Urban Families Intervened by a Public Housing Program Soledad Burgos*, Verónica Iglesias, Rosa Montaño, Rosalina Koifman *University of Chile, Chile

PS9.2 Inventory of Vehicle Emissions in Metropolitan Area of Salvador in 2009, Brazil: The Contribution of Automobiles Edler Lins de Albuquerque*, Adelmo Menezes de Aguiar Filho, Fernanda Borges Ramos *IFBA - Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Bahia, Brazil

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PS9.3 Air Pollution in Major Cities in Bangladesh: Rising Mortality and Morbidity Anwar Islam*, Sirajul Islam Molla *Sunder Jiban, Bangladesh

PS9.4 Brick Kilns: One of the Major Sources of Air Pollution in Dhaka Sirajul Islam Molla* 13h00 12h00

*Sunder Jiban, Bangladesh

PS.10 – Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health I Jaspe Area PS10.1 Food Habits and Blood Pressure Levels in Schoolchildren: Ouro Preto Study Lorene Gonçalves Coelho*, Ana Paula Carlos Cândido, George Luiz Lins Machado Coelho, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa, Silvia Nascimento de Freitas * Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto, Brazil

PS10.2 Correlation between Waist Circumference and the Metabolic Syndrome Components in Children Reginaldo Gonçalves*, Naiara Alves Queiroz, Fernando Oliveira Dias, Wellington Gleiciano Pereira, Júlio César Queiroz, Joel Alves Lamounier *Universidade de Itaúna, Brazil

PS10.3 A Conceptual Introduction to the Social Determinants of Health and Preterm Birth Trends in Brazil and Canada Renata Meira Veras*, Martha Azucena Traverso-Yepez *Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil

PS10.4 Body Image: A Clinical Approach Ana Maria Costa da Silva Lopes*, Roberto Assis Ferreira, Jesus Santiago *Pós Graduação da Faculdade de Medicina, Brazil

PS10.5 Capturing the Understanding of Prolonged Labor: Voice from Urban Slum Munia Islam*, Nazneen Rahman, Kaosar Afsana, Lynn Sibley *BRAC, Bangladesh

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Emmi Broenen*, Jeanny Johanna Anna de Groot, Gladys Ricarte, Françoise Barten *Radboud University Nijmegen MC, Netherlands

PS10.7 Childhood Cancer and Exposure to Power Lines and Radio Base Stations Electromagnetic Fields, in São Paulo City: A Preliminary Study Adriana Santos Carneiro*, Samanta Del Vecchio Nunes, Cleide Lopes, Vera Lucia Anacleto Cardoso Allegro, Marcos Roberto Albertini *Gerência de Vigilância Ambiental - COVISA/SMS/PMSP, Brazil

PS10.8 Demographic and Behavioral Factors Associated with Adolescent Pregnancy in Urban Cameroon Moyo Louise*, Kelodjoue Samuel *Ministry of Justice, Cameroon

PS10.9 Drugs & Alcohol Use Prevention through Edutainment within Primary & Secondary Schools in Guyana Cardella Hamilton*, Lucy Anderson *Ministry of Health, Guyana

PS10.10 Engaging the Research Participant: Youth Engagement in Youth Health Research Carly Hoogeveen*, Stephanie Martin, Annie Smith *McCreary Centre Society, Canada

PS10.11 Establishment of a Privileged Space to Safeguard Children from Prevalent Social Indicators on the Basis of their Innate Communicative Competence Diego Jose Neri de Almeida Castro*, Marina Cangussu Fagundes Salomão, Gabriela Ricardo de Aquino Santos, Gregório Vitor Rodrigues, Jose Batista Neto *School of Medicine, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

PS10.12 Factors Associated with Oral Language Disorders in School Children in Belo Horizonte Clarice Passos Friche*, Fernanda Rodrigues Campos, Amélia Augusta de Lima Friche, Cláudia Regina Lindgren Alves, Lúcia Maria Horta Figueiredo Goulart, Lúcia Maria Horta Figueiredo Goulart *Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

PS10.13 Are Urban Children Really Healthier? Evidence from India Lucky Singh*, Prashant Kumar Singh, Rajesh Kumar Rai 13h00 48

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PS.11 – Non-Communicable Diseases Jaspe Area PS11.1 Subnational Legislation to Prevent Secondhand Smoke Exposure: Learning from the Experiences of Kanagawa, Davao, Mexico City and Ottawa Francisco Armada*, Mina Kashiwabara, Luminita Sanda, Armando Ahued-Ortega, Domilyn Villarreiz *World Health Organization Centre for Health Development, Japan

PS11.2 From Smoke-Free City to National Legislation: Tobacco Control in Liverpool Jon Dawson*, Francisco Armada, Mina Kashiwabara *World Health Organization Centre for Health Development, Japan

PS11.3 The Evolution of Tobacco Control in Japan: Local Governments Move to Target Indoor Areas Mina Kashiwabara*, Francisco Armada, Itsuro Yoshimi *World Health Organization Centre for Health Development, Japan

PS11.4 Three Preventives Guides of Chagas Disease for Urban Population Margaret Lopez* *Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela

PS11.5 Going Beyond National Tobacco Control: Municipal Smoke-Free Initiatives in Almaty, Chandigarh, Chennai, and Recife Mina Kashiwabara*, Francisco Armada, Luminita Sanda, Rathinam Arul, Hemant Goswami, Daniela Guedes, Jamilya Sadykova *World Health Organization Centre for Health Development, Japan

PS11.6 Undiagnosed Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes among Adults in Urban Bangladesh: A Pressing Concern Shamim Hayder Talukder*, Dewan S Alam, Shusmita Hossain Khan *Eminence, Bangladesh

PS11.7 Non-Communicable Diseases and Preventable Lifestyle Risk Factors in Three Nigerian Urban Slums: An Intervention Study Olaoluwa Pheabian Akinwale*, Adeniyi Kazeem Adeneye, John Olalekan Oyefara, Pius E Adejoh, Zaidat Adesola Musa, Kolawole Solomon Oyedeji, Medinat Ayobami Sulyman, Adejuwon Adewale Adeneye *Nigerian Institute of Medical Research, Nigeria

PS11.8 Inequalities on Oral Cancer

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>> Edeny Terra Loyola*, Sandra Lúcia Vieira Ulinski Aguilera, Beatriz Helena Sotille França, Samuel Jorge Moysés, Simone Tetu Moysés *PUCPR, Brazil

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PS11.9 Presence of Chronic Diseases Risk Factors among Production Workers Working in Urban Settings of Bangladesh Shusmita Hossain Khan*, Shamim Hayder Talukder, Anju Akter, M Mostafa Zaman *Eminence, Bangladesh

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PS.12 – Nutrition I Jaspe Area PS12.1 Walking to School in Japan: New Lessons for Child Obesity from an Old Policy Nagisa Mori*, Francisco Armada *WHO Kobe Centre, Japan

PS12.2 Effect of a National Food Assistance Policy Change on Food Availability in Northern Illinois, USA: Variations by Retailer Type and Neighborhood Characteristics Shannon N. Zenk*, Angela Odoms-Young, Richard T. Campbell, Daniel Block, Lisa Powell, Noel Chavez, Marian Fitzgibbon *University of Illinois at Chicago, United States of America

PS12.3 Trends in Consumption of Beans by Telephone Survey in Brazil, from 2006 to 2009 Gustavo Velasquéz-Meléndez*, Larissa Loures Mendes, Milene Cristine Pessoa, Luciana Monteiro Vasconcelos Sardinha, Renata Tiene de Carvalho Yokota, Regina Tomie Ivata Bernal, Deborah Carvalho Malta *Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

PS12.4 Sandwich of Urban Undernutrition: A Case Study of Bangladesh Dina Farhana*, Shamim Hayder Talukder *Eminence, Bangladesh

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PS.13 – Physical Environment Jaspe Area PS13.1 Carbon-Cutting Urban Policies that Promote Health: A Case Study on Health Co-benefits from Shanghai, China Jostacio Moreno Lapitan*, Amit Prasad *WHO Centre for Health Development (WHO Kobe Centre), Japan

PS13.2 Environmental and Health Effects of Urbanization in Cameroon: Beyond the Objectives of the Millennium Development Goals Kelodjoue Samuel*, Ngo Yon Michèle *Université de Yaoundé II, Cameroon

PS13.3 Development of a Short but Comprehensive Manual for Adequate Use of Noise Measurement equipment Jéssica Juliane Lins de Souza*, Talita Pozzer, Stephan Paul *Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Brazil

PS13.4 A Market Study to Investigate People Perception on Implementing Urban Health Services through telecommunication Zahirul Hoque*, Shamim Talukder *Eminence, Bangladesh

PS13.5 The Walkability of Neighborhoods and Symptoms of Asthma Junping Xu* 13h00

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*Texas A&M University, College Station, United States of America

PS.14 – Public Health Services I Jaspe Area PS14.1 Analisys of a New Model of Secondary Care in the Child Health Care Network of Minas Gerais, Brazil Laura Monteiro de Castro Moreira*, Claudia Regina Lindgren Alves, Soraya Almeida Belisario, Erica Furtado de Moraes, Mariana Caux Bueno *Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

PS14.2 Gaps in a Risk Assessment of Human Health in a Contaminated Area in Santo Amaro da Purificação, Bahia, Brazil Maiza Ferreira de Andrade*, Luiz Roberto Santos Moraes *Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil

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>>PS14.3 Analysis of the Evolution of the Teleconsulting System of Telehealth Network of Minas Gerais - University Hospital Telehealth Center Júnia Xavier Maia*, Eligiana Sanches Gouveia, Mônica Pena de Abreu, Maria Cristina Silva, Regina Amélia Lopes Pessoa de Aguiar, Maria Beatriz Moreira Alkmim *Telehealth Center of Hospital das Clínicas UFMG, Brazil

PS14.4 Building Organizational Capacity to Address Health Equity Victoria Eh Lee*, Samantha Tong *Fraser Health Authority/Public Health Agency of Canada, Canada

PS14.5 Challenges and Strategies in Addressing the Problem of Violence by Family Health Team Vanessa Rodrigues Gonçalves Caetano*, Ana Maria Costa da Silva Lopes *Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

PS14.6 Client Outreach and Quality Service Delivery Days: A Strategic Combination to Address Unmet Family Planning Need Among Urban Poor Mukesh Kumar Sharma*, Meenakshi Jain, Poonam Sharma, Zakia Arshad, Rashmi Mittal, Gita Pillai, Samerendra Kumar Behera, Pratibha Pandey *Family Health International, India

PS14.7 Clinician Experience Prescribing Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) and Attitudes Toward Provision of PEP to Injection Drug Users Alezandria K Turner*, Silvia Amesty, Alexis V Rivera, Natalie D Crawford, Katherine Harripersaud, Crystal M Fuller *Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, United States of America

PS14.8 For a Geography of Medicinal Products: Case Study of Self-Medication in Nilópolis / RJ Antonio Carlos da Silva Oscar Júnior*, Rodrigo Teixeira Duarte *UFRJ, Brazil

PS14.9 Increasing Enrollment in the Maryland Children’s Health Program through the National School Lunch Program Adam J Milam, Philip J Leaf, C. Debra M Furr-Holden *Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America

PS14.10 Innovative Medical Care Delivery for the Clientele in the Urban Setting – Experience of Free Medical Camp in the Urban Settings >> 52


>>Rosemary Kamunya* *WAKA Maternity & Health Services, Kenya

PS14.11 Working to Changing Behaviors: Learn How to Care of Yourself First, Then Care of Anothers Ricardo Alexandre de Souza*, Sandra Regina Silva Leão, Gislene Maria de Amorim Barros, Luana Silva Queiroz, Cynara RIbeiro Cunha *Prefeitura Municipal de Betim, Brazil

PS14.12 Working with Faith-Based Communities to Promote Healthy Lifestyles the Baltimore, Maryland I Can I will Program Niya Werts*, Jeanne Charleston, Laurencia Hutton-Rogers, Ina Glenn-Smith, Kim Figeroah, Yvonne Knight *Towson University, United States of America

PS14.13 Capacity Building of Healthcare Professionals (HP) to Strengthen the Public Health Care System Nkechi Udegboka*, Theodora Ezeudenwa 13h00

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PS.15 – Social Environment Jaspe Area PS15.1 Attitude towards Solid Waste Management in Lagos State: Predictors and Implications for Environmental Management Femi Ilevbare* *Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria

PS15.2 Historic of Urbanization of Visceral Leishmaniasis in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil Fernanda Carvalho de Menezes*, Vanessa de Oliveira Pires Fiúza, José Eduardo Marques Pessanha, Maria Helena Franco Morais, Maria Cristina Matos Almeida, Maria da Consolação Magalhães Cunha, Valdelaine Etelvina Miranda de Araújo, Silvana Tecles Brandão, George Luiz Lins Machado Coelho, Edelberto Santos Dias *Centro de Pesquisa René Rachou, Brazil

PS15.3 Traffic, Air Quality and Urban Health: A Proposal of Intersectoral Action Nelzair Araujo Vianna*, Samya de Lara Lins de Araujo Pinheiro, Ademario Galvao Spinola *University of São Paulo, Brazil

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>>PS15.4 Social Capital of Undocumented Migrants in Amsterdam Janet Zoe Morales* *University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

PS15.5 Actions of the Nurse to Populations in Social Exclusion Juliane Farah Arnone*, Lívia Keismanas de Ávila *College of Medical Sciences of Santa Casa de São Paulo, Brazil

PS15.6 Evaluation of Leishmania Infantum Infection in Children as an Indicator of Recent Transmission of Visceral Leishmaniasis in Urban Area Maria Helena Franco Morais*, Letícia Helena dos Santos Marques, Thaís Almeida Marques da Silva, Iara Caixeta Marques da Rocha, Luciana Inácia Gomes , Edward José de Oliveira,Valdelaine Etelvina Miranda de Araújo, Ana Rabello, Mariângela Carneiro * Laboratório de Epidemiologia de Doenças Infecciosas e Parasitárias, Departamento de Parasitologia, Instituto de Ciências Biológicas, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Secretaria Municipal de Saúde, Prefeitura de Belo Horizonte, Brasil

PS15.7 Reemerging Diseases in Contemporary Urban Enviroment: the Study of Tuberculosis in Rio de Janeiro Renato Gama Rosa Costa*, Mônica Dias de Souza, Simone Cynamon Cohen, Antônio Henrique Almeida de Moraes Neto, Paulo Pteiter, Maria Helena Saad *Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Brazil

PS15.8 Urban Quality of Life among Residents of Tiruchirappalli Municipal Corporation Tamil Nadu India Arunkumar Balakrishnan*, Ilango Ponnuswami *Bishop Heber College (Autonomous), India

PS15.9 Health Security of Street Vendors in Urban Areas- Concept and Implementation: India Experience Vijay Bansi Pagare* *Centre for Development Communication, India

PS15.10 The Impact of Social Environment on Mental Health: Serious Suicide Consideration among Students in Guyana Marcia A. Bassier-Paltoo, Sabella Yussuf, Preeta Saywack, Leslie Ramsammy *Ministry of Health, Guyana

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>> Zelalem Adugna Geletu*, Samuel Yalew Adela *John Snow, INC (JSI), United States of America

PS15.12 Increasing Access to Public Health Information and Services for Urban Poor in Ethiopia: an Innovative Strategy Neghist Tesfaye Belayneh*, Samuel Yalew Adela, Zelalem Adugna Geletu *Ethiopia Ministry of health, United States of America

PS15.13 The Inclusion of Climate Change and Urban Health in National Policies Shammunul Islam*, Shamim Hayder Talukder *Eminence, Bangladesh

PS15.14 Assessing Maternal and Child Health Inequality in Urban India: A Decomposition Analysis Lucky Singh*, Prashant Kumar Singh, Rajesh Kumar Rai 13h00

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*International Institute for Population Sciences, India

PS.16 – Urban Health Disparities Jaspe Area PS16.1 Inequality in Utilization of Maternal and Child Health Care Services in Urban India: Do Urban Poor Needs to Be Specially Focused? Ranjan Kumar Prusty* *International Institute for Population Sciences, India

PS16.2 The Health-Location Connection: Using Smartphones and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to Track Demographic and Area Effects on Physical Activity in Young Urban Families in Brisbane, Australia Julie Anne Carroll*, Orit Ben-Harush * Australia

PS16.3 Regional Disparity in Utilization of Maternal and Child Health Care Services among Urban Poor and Non-Poor of Empowered Action Group (EAG) States in India Arabinda Acharya* *Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, India

PS16.4 Monitoring Millennium Development Indicators in Brazilian Municipalities: Challenges to Be Met in Facing up to Iniquities Márcia Faria Westphal*, Fabiola Zioni, Márcia Furquim de >> 55


>> Almeida, Paulo Roberto do Nascimento * School of Public Health, USP, Brazil

PS16.5 Health Equity in Brazil: What Happened between 1998 and 2008? Monica Viegas Andrade*, Kenya Valeria Micaela Souza Noronha, Renata Miranda Menezes, Carla Barros Reis, Michelle Nepomuceno Souza, Diego Resende Martins, Lucas Gomes Costa Paula *Federal University of Minas Gerais, CEDEPLAR, Brazil

PS16.6 Juvenile Incarceration Hannah K. Moore* *University of California Berkeley, United States of America

PS16.7 Urban Environmental Disparities for Slum Area Dwellers and Factors Associated With Spread of Infectious Diseases Audil Rashid*, Irfan Zia Qureshi, Mian Nazish Adana, Faiza Naseem, Touqeer Izhar *EcoHealth Research Group, PMAS Arid Agriculture University, Pakistan

PS16.8 Child Health Inequality and Social Determinants in Urban Nigeria Olusimbo Kehinde Ige*, Olufemi Akinyele Popoola *Department of Community Medicine University College Hospital, Nigeria

PS16.9 Using Peer Educators to Tackle Inequalities in Cancer Diagnosis in an Urban Setting Will Morton*, Peter Elton, Sarah Berne, Arpana Verma * Manchester Urban Collaboration on Health, Manchester Academic Health Sciences Centre, University Of Manchester, United Kingdom

PS16.10 Spatial Distribution of Congenital Toxoplasmosis in Minas Gerais, Brazil and Correlations with Social Indicators of the Municipalities Ericka Viana Machado Carellos*, Mery Natali Silva Abreu, Glaucia Manzan Queiroz de Andrade, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa * NUPAD and Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

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PS16.11 Whether Socio-Economic Development Contributes to Improve Health Outcomes for Urban Poor? R. S. Goyal* *Institute of Health Management Research, India

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PS.17 – Urban Planning & Transport Jaspe Area PS17.1 Mobility and Spatial Distribution of Healthcare Facilities in Lagos Central Senatorial District, Lagos, Nigeria Immaculata Nwokoro*, Olayinka, Wale *University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria

PS17.2 Urban Transport in India: Initiatives, Issues and Challenges Ulimiri Venkata Somayajulu*, Tilak Mukherji *Sigma Research and Consulting, India

PS17.3 Urban Planning as a Generator of a Healthy Environment: Challenges and Successes Lauro Luiz Francisco Filho*, Ana Maria Girotti Sperandio *UNICAMP, Brazil

PS17.4 Sustainable Mobility and Accessibility in Urban Health: Research and Transformation on Transport Celene Aparecida Ferrari Audi*, Ana Maria Girotti Sperandio, Susan Zielinski, Augusto Mathias, Vanessa Cristina Cabrelon Jusevicius, Luiz José Maria Irias, Ana Carolina Barbato Maiochi, Marta De Souza Pereira, Alessangela Maria Soriani, Patrick Pereira, Alessangela Maria Soriani *Faculdade de Jaguariuna, Brazil

13h00 12h00

PS.18 – Water, Sanitation, and Solid Waste Jaspe Area PS18.1 ‘The Soul Is Willing But…’: Exploring Community’s Sanitation Preferences for Environmental Sustainability Simon Mariwah* *University of Cape Coast, Ghana

PS18.2 Access to Drinking Water Facilities in Urban India: Issues and Challenges Kailash Chandra Das* *International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai

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>>PS18.3 Localizing the Millenium Development Goals in Brazilian Urban Areas: The Case of Access to Safe Drinking Water and Basic Sanitation Services Maria da Piedade Morais*, Paulo Augusto Rego *Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada (IPEA), Brazil

PS18.4 Empowering Urban Communities to Improve Access and Utilization of Service Provisions in Resource Limited Environments: From Evidence to Action Ashish Kumar*, Manoj Kumar,Tushar Kanti Kumbhakar, Anil Gupta, Arun Kumar, Sneha Siddham, Sanjay Pandey 13h00 13h00

*Plan India - Health of the Urban Poor Program, India

SS.1 – Health Challenges in Urban Settings Room: Topázio Moderator: Guilherme Franco Netto Climate Change Tony Capon (The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia) Air Pollution Paulo Hilário Nascimento Saldiva (University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil)

14h30 14h30

Emergency Preparedness Jean Luc Poncelet (Pan American Health Organization, Washinton D.C, United States)

OS.8 – Community Approaches to Urban Health Room: Quartzo

Moderator: Siddharth Agarwal OS8.1 Visual and Visible South African Research: Exploring the Ethics of Social Research and Participatory Photography Projects in Johannesburg’s Deprived Urban Spaces Joanna Vearey*, Emilie Venables, Elsa Oliveira *African Centre for Migration & Society, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

OS8.2 From Urban Health Metrics to Policy Action in India Siddharth Agarwal* *Urban Health Resource Centre, India

OS8.3 Assessing Urban Health Equity in the Greater Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) 58

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>>Metropolitan Area: An Application of the Urban HEART Hsin Chieh Chang*, Le Hoang Ninh, Phung Duc Nhat, Amit Prasad *University of California Los Angeles, United States of America

OS8.4 Characteristics of Health Resources in a 200.000 Population of an Urban Indian City Kheya Melo Furtado*, R R Pardeshi, Anita Kar *University of Pune, India

OS8.5 Key Factors Enable Community Health Workers to Address the Needs of the Poorest Urban Households: Areas to explore and Strengthen Nonhlanhla Nxumalo*, Jane Goudge, Liz Thomas, Salamina Hlahane 15h30 14h30

*Centre for Health Policy, School of Public Health, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

OS.9 – Urban Health Disparities I Room: Turmalina

Moderator: Simone Santos OS9.1 Where I Live; How I Live - From Evidence on Neighborhood Environments, Health, and Health Inequalities to Action Elizabeth Kristjansson*, Michael Sawada, David Hole, Katherine Russell, Simone Thibault, Paul Steeves *School of Psychology, University of Ottawa, Canada

OS9.2 Intra-Urban Differences in Vulnerability among Teens Overweighted: Saúde em Beagá Study, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2008-2009 Adriana Lúcia Meireles*, César Coelho Xavier, Fernando Augusto Proietti, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa *Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OS9.3 Effects of Environmental Factors on the Health of Elderly Population in São Paulo-Brazil: New Aspects of Susceptible Population Samya de Lara Lins de Araújo Pinheiro*, Paulo Hilário Nascimento Saldiva, Joel Schwartz, Antonella Zanobetti * School of Medicine of the University of São Paulo, Brazil

15h30

OS9.4 The Role of Socio-Demographic Determinants of Health and Risk of Mortality among Middle-Aged Urban Population in Lithuania Regina Reklaitiene*, Abdonas Tamosiunas, Dalia Virviciute * Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Institute of Cardiology, Lithuania

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OS.10 – Adult’s Health & Family Planning Room: Água Marinha

Moderator: Diana R. Silimperi OS10.1 Who Has Abortion in Ghana? Akwasi Kumi-Kyereme* *University of Cape Coast, Ghana

OS10.2 Neighborhood Assets and Hypertension in Disadvantaged Communities Lydia Isaac*, Thomas Laveist * United States of America

OS10.3 Work at Night: Health Problems of Women Employees of Call Centres in Urban India Amrita Gupta*, T V Sekher *International Institute for Population Sciences, India

OS10.4 Use of Emergency Contraceptive Pills, Injectables and Female Condoms in Urban India: New Evidence on Women’s Choices and Preferences Amrita Gupta*, T V Sekher *International Institute for Population Sciences, India

OS10.5 A Doorstep, Cost-Sharing Model to Scale up Family Planning Services in Pakistan Shirin Ahmed*, Adnan Khan *Research and Development Solutions, Pakistan

OS10.6 Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Regarding Emergency Contraceptive Pills among Female Undergraduate Students of Makerere University - Uganda Stella Kamuu Kivila* 15h30 14h30

*Makerere University, Uganda

WK.3 – Principles of Evaluation of Road Safety Interventions - Part I Room: Granada Coordinator: Aruna A. Chandran (Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, Baltimore, United States)

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Speakers: Aruna A. Chandran, Tanara Sousa, Veralice Gonçalves, Birchie Whitmans


14h30

WK.4 – Rivers and Cities: An Ecosystem Health Approach Room: Ágata Coordinator: Antônio Thomaz da Matta Machado (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil)

16h30 14h30

Speakers: Antônio Thomaz da Matta Machado, Leo Heller, Daniel Buss, Apolo Heringer Lisboa, Marcus Vinicius Polignano, Paulo MacDonald

WK.5 – Which Urban Policies will Help Deal with the Inequity of Testing for Hepatitis C in Migrant Populations in Our Cities: A Case Study Room: Ametista Coordinator: Arpana Verma (Manchester Urban Collaboration

on Health, Manchester Academic Health Sciences Centre, University of Manchester, United Kingdom)

16h00 15h30

Speakers: Arpana Verma, William Morton, Angela Pilkington, Greg Williams

OS.11 – Sexual Behavior and HIV/AIDS Room: Quartzo

Moderator: Crystal Fuller OS11.1 Development of an Urban Sexual Health Strategy for Adolescent International Migrants: a Case Study from Toronto Roxana Salehi*, Toronto Teen Survey Research Tea * Center for Research on Inner City Health, St. Michael´s Hospital, Canada

OS11.2 The Intersection of Sex Work, Migration and Urban Health in Four South African Settings Marlise Richter*, Jo Veary, Stanley Luchters, Marleen Temmerman, Matthew Chersich *African Centre for Migration & Society, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

OS11.3 Factors Associated with HIV Testing among Kenya Young People Aged 15-24 Years Xiaozhou Fan*, Suzue Satio, Yingfeng Wu, Batya Elul

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>>*Department of Epidemiology, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, United States of America

OS11.4 Experiences and Challenges of a Novel Tracking Approach to Enhance Client Retention in Rural HIV Clinics of North East Nigeria Olukunle Omotoso*, Esther Joshua, Elizabeth Ayuba *Management Sciences for Health, Nigeria

OS11.5 Blame Tendencies towards HIV-Infected Individuals among Dental Auxiliaries Clement Chinedu Azodo*, Michael Omili, Robinson Okechukwu *University of Benin, Nigeria

OS11.6 Mobility, Urbanization and HIV/Aids: The Southern Sudan Case Ally Ahmed Ramadhan* 17h00 15h30

*Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

OS.12 – Child Health Room: Esmeralda

Moderator: Sonia Lansky OS12.1 Child Health Service Delivery Status and Challenges in Large Urban Conglomerations: Challenges and Solutions from Delhi, India Chandrakant Lahariya*, Sangeeta Narang, Chandrakant S Pandav * Write Health Society for Community Health Actions, India

OS12.2 Disparities in Child Mortality and Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health Intervention Coverage in Urban Areas: A Multi-Country Analysis Kim Huong Nyugen*, Anna Elizabeth Bauze, Eliana Jimenez-Soto, Aleli Kraft, Kim Bao Nyugen *School of Population Health, University of Queensland, Australia

OS12.3 Social Determinants of Infant Mortality: Does Caste or Class Matters in Urban India? Nandita Saikia* *Institute of Economic Growth, India

OS12.4 Explaining Reduction of Urban Infant Mortality in India: Evidence from Longitudinal Data during 1992-93 to 2005-06 Nandita Saikia*, T R Dilip *Institute of Economic Growth, India

OS12.5 Health-Seeking Behaviour of Street Children in Dhaka City in Bangladesh >> 62


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Mohammad Awlad Hossain* *Plan International Bangladesh, Bangladesh

OS.13 – Urban Health Disparities II Room: Turmalina

Moderator: Simone Cohen OS13.1 Housing Profiles of Canadian Street-Involved Youth and Risk Factors Associated with Housing Disparities Patrick Hunter*, Salman A Klar, Jelena Ivanovic, Lily Fang, Dara Friedman, Holly Dangelo-Scott, Jennifer Gratrix, Miriam Rossi, Darlene Taylor, Judith Wright, Gayatri C Jayaraman * Human Resources and Skills Development Canada, Canada

OS13.2 Socio-Economic Inequality in Health and Health Care Utilization in Urban India, 1992-2006 Abhishek Kumar* *International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), India

OS13.3 Does a Telemedicine Technology Reduce Disparities on Cardiovascular Diseases? Graziella Lage Oliveira*, Clareci Silva Cardoso, Antônio Luiz Pinho Ribeiro, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa * Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OS13.4 Health Disparities and Urban Dwelling Conditions in the Colombian Population Romàn Vega Romero*, Olga Lucia Ceballos, German Montnegro 17h00 15h30

*Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia

OS.14 – Injury & Violence Room: Água Marinha

Moderator: Françoise Barten OS14.1 Risk of Injury and Bicycle Use among Children: A Comparative Study of Two Geo-Ecological Zones in Urban Ghana Regina Obilie Amoako-Sakyi*, Kobina Esia-Donkoh, Samuel Miledzi Agblorti, Samuel Owusu Asiedu, Simon >> Mariwah, Kate Hampshire 63


>>*University of Cape Coast, Ghana OS14.2 The Impact of Violent Community Contexts on the Mental and Physical Health of Residents in Urban Low-Income Housing Krista Craven*, Bernadette Doykos, Kimberly Bess *Vanderbilt University, United States of America

OS14.3 Intervention to Reduce Youths’ Gang Involvement Maya Peled*, Ann Alexander *Mccreary Centre Society, Canada

OS14.4 Does Marital Violence Increase the Vulnerability of Sexually Transmitted Diseases Among Married Couple in Urban India? Saswata Ghosh* 17h00

*Institute of Development Studies Kolkata, India

15h30

OS.15 – Climate Change Room: Pirita

Moderator: Nelson Gouveia OS15.1 Climate Variability/Change and Meningitis Epidemic in Nigeria Oluwatoyin Seun Ayanlade*, Ayanlade Ayansina, Baloye, David.O *Deparment of Geography, Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria

OS15.2 Extreme Weather Events and Human Health in Urban Area: A Case Study in São Paulo, Brazil Micheline de Sousa Zanotti Stagliorio Coelho*, Paulo Hilário Nascimento Saldiva, Carlos Augusto Pasqualucci *Sao Paulo University Medical School, Brazil

OS15.3 Climate, Health and Urbanization: An Adversarial Relationship for Population Antônio Carlos da Silva Oscar Júnior*, Ana Maria de Paiva Macedo Brandão *UFRJ- Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

OS15.4 Civil Servants’ Perception and Responses towards Climate Change in Ethiopia Ranavijai Bahadur Singh* 17h00 64

*Ethiopian Civil Service University, Ethiopia


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SP.1 – Social Inequalities in Urban Settings Room: Topázio Moderator: Fernando Augusto Proietti Urban Revolution Sérgio Manuel Merêncio Martins (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil)

Accelerated Urbanization Challenges Ana Paula Santana Rodrigues (University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal)

18h30 19h00

Sustainable Cities Program Mario Bracco (Sustainable Cities Program, São Paulo, Brazil)

Joint Opening Ceremony of the ICUH 2011 and the Brazilian Health Congress Room: Topázio Special Lecture: Social Determinants of Health: moving the discourse on social determinants to the ‘how to’ - results of the WHO Conference on 19-21 October 2011 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Rüdiger Kreck

21h00

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Special Session – Urban Environment and Health

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8h00

Special Session – Dengue in Urban Settings

73

8h00

Workshop – Teaching and Engaging Community Members in Photovoice

73

9h30

Oral Session – Mapping, GIS, Remote Sensing

74

9h30

Oral Session – Social Environment

74

9h30

Oral Session – Global Urbanization Processes and Prospects

75

9h30

Oral Session – Aging

75

9h30

Oral Session – Mental Health

76

10h30

Plenary – Beyond Health Indicators

77

12h00

Lunch

12h00

Poster – Communicable Diseases

77

12h00

Poster – Mental Health

78

12h00

Poster – Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health II

78

12h00

Poster – Nutrition II

79

12h00

Poster – Reproductive Health

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Index

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Event

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12h00

Poster – Global Urbanization Process and Prospects II

80

12h00

Poster – Governance II

80

12h00

Poster – Injury & Violence

81

12h00

Poster – Racial Disparities

82

12h00

Poster – Road Safety: Injuries, Road Traffic

82

12h00

Poster – Urban Health Metrics

82

13h00

Special Session – Health Services in Urban Settings

82

12h00

Workshop – A Healthy City Resource Book: How, What, Where & for Who?

83

14h30

Oral Session – Transport and Road Safety

83

14h30

Oral Session – Governance I

84

14h30

Oral Session – Non-Communicable Diseases

85

14h30

Oral Session – Public Health Services I

85

14h30

Oral Session – Nutrition

86

14h30

Workshop – PAHO Strategy and Plan of Action on Urban Health for the Americas

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14h30

Workshop – Methods for Community Mapping, Surveillance, Planning and Policy

87

15h30

Oral Session – Metrics - Observatories, Census and Surveys

87

15h30

Oral Session – Diseases II

88

15h30

Oral Session – Adolescence

88

15h30

Oral Session – Air Pollution & Electromagnetic Fields

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17h00

18h30

Special Plenary – Evidence for Urban Health: an Overview of the Global Experience ISUH Assembly

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SS.2 – Urban Environment and Health Room: Turmalina Moderator: Maria Fernanda Furtado Lima Costa Physical Activity Rodrigo Siqueira Reis (Federal University of Parana, Paraná, Brazil) Aging Jo Ivey Boufford (New York Academy of Medicine, New York, United States)

9h30 8h00

Nutritional Challenges Rosely Sichieri (State University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

SS.3 – Dengue in Urban Settings Room: Granada Moderator: Celeste de Souza Rodrigues The Brazilian Experience Ima Aparecida Braga (Ministry of Health Representative, Brasília, Brazil)

The Belo Horizonte Experience Eduardo Marques Pessanha (The Belo Horizonte Municipality, Belo Horizonte, Brazil)

The Social Network for Urban Diseases Wagner Meira (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil)

9h30

What are the Challenges and How Can We Move Forward? Mauro Martins Teixeira (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil)

12h00

WK.6 – Teaching and Engaging Community Members in Photovoice Room: Água Marinha Coordinator: Elizabeth A. Kristjansson (Institute of Population Health, University of Ottawa, Canada)

13h00

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8h00


9h30

OS.16 – Mapping, GIS, Remote Sensing Room: Turmalina

Moderator: Christovam Barcellos OS16.1 Monitoring Change in Climate for Health Information System: How Can GIS Help? Ayansina Ayannlade* *Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria

OS16.2 A Study on Health of Slum Dwellers of Slums Situated along Rispana and Bindal Rivers Using Remote Sensing and GIS Ravi Kala*, Bharti Dangwal, Sneha Siddham *Doon University Dehradun, India

OS16.3 Population Dynamics and Reproductive Health Facility Availability in Urban Centers in East Province of Cameroon: A GIS Approach Moyo Louise*, Kelodjoue Samuel *University of Dschang, Cameroon

OS16.4 Intra-Urban Vegetation and Weather Conditions in São Paulo, Brazil Samuel Luna de Almeida*, Luiz Gustavo Faccini, Sofia Lizarralde Oliver, Adelaide Cássia Nardocci, Helena Ribeiro, Ana Carolina de Oliveira Barbosa *Faculdade de Saúde Pública - Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil

10h30 9h30

OS16.5 Simple, Affordable Methods to Map and Analyze Health Data within a Densely Populated Urban Slum Dana R. Thomson*, Kiran Sawant, Anita Patil-Deshmukh *Harvard Medical School, United States of America

OS.17 – Social Environment Room: Água Marinha

Moderator: Shannon Zenk OS17.1 Measuring the Comprehensiveness of State Health Law Environment James Macinko*, Diana Silver *New York University, United States of America

OS17.2 Considerations for Improved Urban Health Outcomes in African Megacities. Case Study - The Lagos Megacity Region Ebelechukwu Ijeoma Mogo* *World Health Organization Centre for Health Development- Kobe, Japan

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>>OS17.3 Comparative Study of Environmental Management in the World’s Metropolises in Order to Present a Model for Tehran Ahmad Fayazbakhsh*, Seyedeh Elmira Mirbahaeddin, Shiva Mafimoradi *Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran

10h30

OS17.4 Planning Actions on Field-Theoretical and Practical Methodology of Urban Health Simone Cynamon Cohen*, Annibal C de Amorin, Julliana R Villardi *Oswald Cruz Foundation, Brazil

9h30

OS.18 – Global Urbanization Processes and Prospects Room: Pirita

Moderator: Arnold Verhoeff OS18.1 Manaus: An Ecosystem Approach through Indicators of Environmental Sustainability and Health Leandro Luiz Giatti*, Carlos Machado de Freitas, Sylvain JM Desmoulière, Marcilio Sandro Medeiros, Antonio Levino da Silva Neto, Mírcia Betânia Costa e Silva *Faculdade de Saúde Pública - USP, Brazil

OS18.2 Socio-Economic Inequality in Fertility Behaviour in Urban India, 2005-06 Abhishek Kumar* *International Institute for Population Science (IIPS), India

OS18.3 Factors Affecting Disruptions in Contraceptive Use and its Impact on Fertility in India and its Selected States Rohit Kumar Singh*, Shrikant Singh, Abhishek Singh *International Institute for Population Sciences, India

OS18.4 Urban Mental Health: The Impact of “Daily Stressors” on the Emotional Well-Being of Forced Migrants in Johannesburg Joanna Vearey*, Lorena Nunez, Dostin lakika, Elsa Oliveira 10h30 9h30

*African Centre for Migration & Society, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

OS.19 – Aging

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>>OS19.1 Modeling the Social Determinants of Urban Health: A System Dynamics Perspective Aziza Mahamoud*, Jack Homer, Brenda Roche, Bob Gardner * Wellesley Institute, Canada

OS19.2 Prevalence of Homes with Elderly-Friendly Features Among the 19 Largest Cities in Japan Kanako Masuno*, Megumi Kano *The University of Tokyo, Japan

OS19.3 Nutritional Health Assessment of Urban Indian Elderly Diabetics a Biochemical and Socio-Behavioral Analysis Rishi Nigam*, Parul Rishi *Paramedical Institute, Jawaharlal Nehru Cancer Hospital & Research Centre, India

10h30

OS19.4 The Study of Mental Health in Tehran Municipality Elderly Clubs Members – 2010 Abbas Ostadtaghizadeh*, Ali Akbarisari, Hasan Eftekhar Ardabili, Seyyd Abbas Bagheri Yazdi, Hosein Malekafzali *Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran

9h30

OS.20 – Mental Health Room: Berilo

Moderator: Dais Gonçalves Rocha OS20.1 Neighborhood Characteristics and Mental Health among Immigrants Living in a Diverse Urban Community Nasim Haque*, Estelle Sun *Wellesley Institute, Canada

OS20.2 Wealth-Based Inequality in Mental Health in Iran’s Capital, Tehran: The Concentration Index Approach Esmaeil Khedmati Morasa*, Ameneh Setareh Forouzan, Reza Majdzadeh, Mohsen Asadi-Lari *University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences, Center for Research on Social Determinants of Health, Iran

OS20.3 Socioeconomic Inequalities in Anxiety and Mood Disorders in Urban Areas of Nine Countries Masumi Okamoto*, Megumi Kano *The University of Tokyo, Japan

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>>OS20.4 The Mental Health Impact of Incarceration among Urban Young Black Men Scyatta A. Wallace*, Y. Marcia Glasgow, Rebecca Eliason, Kathryn Rhindress, Robert Fullilove, Beats Community Team *St. John´s University, United States of America

PL.2 – Beyond Health Indicators Room: Topázio Moderator: Eduardo Faerstein The Impact of Neighborhoods on Inequalities Within Cities Ana Diez-Roux (University of Michigan, Michigan, United States) The Importance of Local Data Observatories: Accumulated Experiences Alex Ross (World Health Organization, Kobe Center, Japan)

12h00

Planning for Urban Health Equity: Integrating People, Place & Policy Jason Corburn (University of California, California, United States)

12h00

Lunch

12h00

PS.19 – Communicable Diseases Jaspe Area PS19.1 Effect of Intermittent Preventive Treatment using Sulphadoxine Pyrimethamine in Control of Malaria in Pregnancy in the Offinso District of Ashanti, Ghana Emmanuel Osei Tutu*, Edmund Browne, Bernard Lawson, Kwame Nkrumah *University of Science and Technology, Ghana PS19.2 Malarial Incidence in Urban Settings and its Comparison with Changing Weather Patterns Muhammad Yasir Abdur Rehman*, Audil Rashid, Samia Qadeer, Mian Nazish Adnan, Safeena Irfan *EcoHealth Research Group, PMAS Arid Agriculture University, Pakistan

PS19.3 Trends in Incidence Rates of Tuberculosis before and during the Implementation of Petrochemical Complex in Eleven Municipalities of Eastern Fluminense Region, Rio de Janeiro State – Brazil Helia Kawa*, Edna Yokoo, Andrea Sobral de Almeida, Ana Paula Resendes *Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil

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>>PS19.4 Spatial Pattern of Occurrence and Factors of Vulnerability to Malaria in a Traditional Nigerian City Olawale Ayodeji Oluwafemi*, Oyekanmi Isaac Babatimehin, Oludotun Oladele Olagundoye *Centre for Geodesy and Geodynamics, GIS Unit, National Space Research and Development Agency, Nigeria

PS19.5 Diarrheal Episodes and Health Practices of Families in an Urban Slum in Mumbai Hanni Stoklosa*, Ronak Patel, Ramnath Subbaraman, Tejal Shitole, Shrutika Shitole, Kiran Sawant , Anita Patil-Deshmuk *Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, United States of America

13h00 12h00

PS19.6 Impact of Climate Change on Health of Urban Poor in India R.S. Goyal*, Himani *Institute of Health Management Research, India

PS.20 – Mental Health Jaspe Area PS20.1 Making the Right Connections: Promoting Positive Mental Health among Vulnerable Youth Duncan Stewart*, Annie Smith, Colleen Poon, Elizabeth Saewyc

13h00 12h00

*Mccreary Centre Society, Canada

PS.21 – Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health II Jaspe Area PS21.1 Implementing and Evaluating Dialectical Behaviour Therapy in Urban Street Youth: Addressing the Need for Mental Health Intervention Elizabeth McCay*, Shelley McMain, Carol Howes, Andria Aiello, Susan Quesnel, Jean Hughes, Jeff Karabanow, Bruce MacLaurin, John Langley, Stephen Hwang, Melanie Ramiro *Ryerson University, Canada

PS21.2 Knowledge and Perceptions Regarding HIV/AIDS among Adolescents in the City of Vespasiano, MG Luciana Ramos de Moura*, Cristiane de Freitas Cunha, Joyce Romano Lamounier, Eugenio Marcos Andrade Goulart *Federal University of Minas Gerais, School of Medicine, Brazil

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>>PS21.3 Nutritional Education Intervention to Improve Malnutrition in Pregnant Women and Children by Community Lady Health Workers in Naushahro Feroze, Sindh Pakistan Gul Nawaz Khan*, Naila Baig Ansari, Ali Turab, Aisha K. Yousafzai, Sajid Soofi, Zulfiqar A. Bhutta * The Aga Khan University, Pakistan

PS21.4 Perceptions of Sexual Behavior and Knowledge on Sexually Transmitted Infections among the Undergraduate Students of a University in North West of Nigeria M. T. Bolori*, AA Aliyu *Department of Community Medicine, University of Maiduguri, Nigeria

PS21.5 Prevalence of Speech-Language Disorders in Preschool and School Children in the Coverage Area of a Health Center in Belo Horizonte Fernanda Rodrigues Campos*, Alessandra Terra Vasconcelos Rabelo, Bárbara Suelen Vasconcelos da Silva, Amélia Augusta de Lima Friche, Cláudia Regina Lindgren Alves, Lúcia Maria Horta Figueiredo Goulart *Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

PS21.6 Nutritional Status with Dietary Patterns and Prevalence of Impaired Fasting Glucose in Indian Urban Children Rishi Nigam*, Parul Rishi 13h00 12h00

*Paramedical Institute, JLN Cancer Hospital & Research Centre, India

PS.22 – Nutrition II Jaspe Area PS22.1 Spatial Distribution and Characterization of Nutrition Facts Available in Restaurants and Fast Food Outlets in Sao Paulo City Mariana Zauli Sanches*, Thamiris Ferreira Tavares, Daniela Silva Canella, Ana Clara da Fonseca Leitão Duran, Patricia Constante Jaime *Department of Nutrition, School of Public Health, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

PS22.2 Results and Lessons Learned from a Successful Community-University Partnership for Research and Action on Food Security: ‘Food for All’ Elizabeth Kristjansson*, Vivien Runnels, Peter Andree, Richard Marquardt *School of Psychology, University of Ottawa, Canada

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>>PS22.3 Evaluation of Food and Health of Brazilians Living in England – Migration Influences Stephanie Bispo*, Luana Caroline dos Santos 13h00 12h00

* Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

PS.23 – Reproductive Health Jaspe Area PS23.1 Maternal Health Care Challenges among Urban Poor and Non-Poor Communities in India Mousumi Gogoi* *International Institute for Population Sciences, India

PS23.2 Correlates of Purchasing Sex among Men in Three Cities: An Interurban Analysis Danielle C. Ompad*, Alan G. Nyitray, David L. Bell, Silvia Amesty, Eduardo Lazcano-Ponce, Luisa L. Villa, Anna R. Giuliano 13h00 12h00

*New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development, United States of America

PS.24 – Global Urbanization Processes and Prospects II Golden Area PS24.1 Does Rural-Urban Migration is More Impact on Health of Left Behinds than Rural-Rural Migration? A Study of Ganjam District of Orissa, India Arabinda Acharya* *Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, India

PS24.2 Unfolding Immigrants Health in Brazil and the Methodological Problematic Muna Muhammad Odeh* *University of Brasilia, Brazil

13h00 12h00

PS24.3 Communication as a Recipe of Urban Health Koushik Ahmed*, Shamim Hayder Talukder *Eminence, Bangladesh

PS.25 – Governance II Golden Area PS25.1 Adherence to Physical Exercise in the Community: The Challenge of a University Extension Project Ana Monica Serakides Ivo*, Tainá Frabri, André Chrispim, Rafael dos Santos Rosa, Gustavo Sena Sousa, Kátia Euclydes de Lima Borges >>

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>>*Laboratory of Movement, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil PS25.2 Homelessnes Conditions in Salvador, Brazil Renata Meira Veras*, Gezilda Borges de Souza, Daisy Kitaoka Guerra * Federal University of Bahia, Brazil

PS25.3 Development of City-Wide Investment Plans for Health to Address Health Inequities and to Initiate Work on Social Determinants Teresita C. Guzman*, Lilibeth C. David, Erlinda T. Guerrero, Irma L. Asuncion, Marilyn P. Ebuen, Rosalie A. Espeleta, Maria Divina Gracia R. Castillo *Department of Health, Philippines

13h00

12h00

PS25.4 Increased Health Service Coverage through Community Link Volunteers “Vikas Mitra” in Bihar, India Jeetan Ram Majhi*, Prabhat Kumar,Debjani Kar, Ashish Kumar, Anil Gupta, Tushar Kanti Kumbhakar, Uma Kant Kumar *Government of Bihar, India

PS.26 – Injury & Violence Golden Area PS26.1 An Investigation into Sexual Harassment and Abuse among Junior High School Pupils in Cape Coast, Ghana Abigail Opoku Mensah* *University of Cape Coast, Ghana

PS26.2 Stigma, Violence and Health: A Look at the Structural Violence Experiences of Migrant Women Sex Workers in Inner-City Johannesburg, South Africa Elsa Oliveira* *African Centre for Migration and Society, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

PS26.3 The Effect of Urban Crime and Perceived Safety on Urban Levels of Physical Activity: A Review Claire Boulange* * World Health Organization (WHO), France

PS26.4 Links between Health Promotion and Prevention of Violence: Notes Kleber Rangel Silva*, Élida Lúcia Carvalho Martins 13h00

*Secretaria Municipal de Saúde de Minas Gerais, Brazil

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PS.27 – Racial Disparities Golden Area PS27.1 Mortality Differentials in the Elderly Population in the Metropolitan Region of Campinas, 2000 and 2008 Viviane Lazari Simomura*, Leila Auxiliadora de Arruda Alencar

13h00 12h00

*NEPO/Unicamp, Brazil

PS.28 – Road Safety: Injuries, Road Traffic Golden Area PS28.1 Road Traffic Crashes in the City of Nairobi, Kenya: Characteristics and Current Interventions Japheths Onyango Ogendi*, Wlson Odero,Winnie Mitullah *Maseno University, Kenya

PS28.2 Mortality Risk among Motorcyclists in the Americas: A Challenge in Urban Settings Eugênia Maria Silveira Rodrigues*, José Antonio Escamilla, Andrés Villaveces, Astrid Arca *PAHO/WHO, United States of America

13h00

PS28.3 Traffic Accidents: Characterization of Hospital Admissions, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2009 Lenice Harumi Ishitani*, Anne Marielle Girodo, Juliana Alves Belo, Edna Maria Rezende, Lenice de Castro Mendes Villela *Municipal Department of Health (SMSA-BH), Brazil

12h00

PS.29 – Urban Health Metrics Golden Area

13h00

PS29.1 Geo-Spatial Analysis of Access to and Use of Contraceptives among Secondary School Adolescents in Osun State, Nigeria Oyekanmi Babatimehin*, Mobolaji *Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria

SS.4 – Health Services in Urban Settings 13h00

Room: Topázio Moderator: Mariângela Leal Cherchiglia

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>>Landmarks, Advances, and Overwhelming Processes Helvécio Miranda Magalhães Júnior (Ministry of Health, Brasília, Brazil)

14h30 12h00

Primary Health Care Services James Macinko (New York University, New York, United States) Evaluation Luiz Augusto Facchini (Federal University of Pelotas, Pelotas, Brazil)

WK.7 – A Healthy City Resource Book: How, What, Where & for Who? Room: Albita Coordinator: Evelyne de Leeuw (Community Health Systems & Policy, Deakin University, Australia)

13h00 14h30

Speakers: Evelyne de Leeuw Jean Simos

OS.21 – Transport and Road Safety Room: Água Marinha

Moderator: Amélia Augusta de Lima Friche OS21.1 Road Traffic Deaths in Brazil: Rising Trends in Pedestrian and Motorcycle Occupant Deaths Aruna Chandran*, Tanara Rosangela Vieira Sousa, Yayi Guo, Flavio Pechansky, Adnan A Hyder, Vida No Transito Evaluation Team *Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America

OS21.2 Urban Health Inequalities among Brazilian State Capitals, due to Traffic Accidents Veralice Maria Gonçalves*, Tanara Rosângela Vieira Sousa, Aruna A. Chandran, Adnan A. Hyder, Flávio Pechansky *Center for Drug and Alcohol Research, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil

OS21.3 Improving Safety of Non-Motorised Transport Users in the City of Nairobi, Kenya: Lessons and Policy Response Japheths Onyango Ogendi*, Wilson Odero, Winnie Mitullah *Maseno University, Kenya

OS21.4 Risk Characteristics for Traffic Accidents in Brazil

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Tanara Rosangela Vieira Sousa*, Veralice Maria Gonçalves, Aruna Chandran, Adnan Hyder, Flavio Pechansky,Vida No Transito Evaluation Team *Center for Drug and Alcohol Research (CPAD), Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil

15h30

14h30

OS21.5 The Cost and Burden of Care of Injuries in an Urban Community in Nigeria Olayinka Stephen Ilesanmi*, Funmilayo Florence Ilesanmi *Department of Community Medicine, University College Hospital, Nigeria

OS.22 – Governance I Room: Pirita

Moderator: Ana Maria Girotti Sperandio OS22.1 Civil Society in India - A Catalyst or a Deterrent Jaya Bharti* *CARE India, India

OS22.2 Among Governance, Governmentality and Biopolitics: Study about the National Social Educative Service System Patricia Rocha Lustosa*, Renarde Freire Nobre *Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OS22.3 Movement in Network as a Tool for the Development of the Healthy Urban Ana Maria Girotti Sperandio* *LABINUR/FEC/UNICAMP, Brazil

OS22.4 The Sao Paulo State Municipalities that Develop Agendas 21´s Effects on the Indicators of Millennium Development Goal One - Eradicate Extreme Poverty and Hunger Evelin Minowa*, Marcia Faria Westphal, Paulo Roberto do Nascimento *USP - School of Public Health, Brazil

OS22.5 Reaching Goals by Synthesizing Strategic Information for an Informed Policy Implementation: Practical Approach from Jharkhand, India Ashish Kumar*, Tushar Kanti Kumbhakar, Sanjay Pandey, Sainath Banerjee, Sneha Siddham, Ashok Soni 15h30 84

*Plan India, Health of the Urban Poor Program, India


14h30

OS.23 – Non-Communicable Diseases Room: Fluorita

Moderator: Megumi Kano OS23.1 The Past, Present and Future of Non Communicable Disease in an Urban Community in Nigeria Olusimbo Kehinde Ige*, Eme Owoaje *University College Hospital Ibadan, Nigeria

OS23.2 Trend in Non-Communicable Disease Mortality in the 13 Largest Cities in Japan, 1999-2009 Megumi Kano*, Amit Prasad *World Health Organization, Japan

OS23.3 Disparities in Diabetes-Related Death Rates among Persons with a Diagnosis of Diabetes, New York City 2006-2007 Laura E Stadelmann*, Katherine J Hensel, Rahela Bursac, Denis Nash *Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, United States of America

15h30 14h30

OS23.4 Factors Associated with Renal Transplantation and Mortality in Patients with Terminal Chronic Renal Disease in Brazil, 2000-2003 Elaine Leandro Machado*, Mariangela Leal Cherchiglia, Cibele Comini César, Isabel Cristina Gomes, Eli Iola Gurgel Andrade, Francisco De Assis Acúrcio, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa *Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OS.24 – Public Health Services I Room: Ametista

Moderator: Clareci Cardoso OS24.1 Mobile Phones: A New Opportunity to Promote Urban Family Planning Programs Kirsten P Böse*, Mojisola Odeku Hilary M Schwandt, Ilene Speizer *Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America

OS24.2 Success Factors for Telemedicine Service Implementation Jordana Cristina Jesus*, Milena Soriano Marcolino, Mariana Cássia Soares Nunes, Maria Beatriz Moreira Alkmim, Antonio Luiz Pinho Ribeiro *Centro de Telessaúde do Hospital das Clínicas (UFMG), Brazil

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>>OS24.3 The Perinatal Health Network in Belo Horizonte City, Brazil: Health Care Intervention to Decrease Inequalities in Maternal and Infant Mortality. Sonia Lansky*, Rosangela Perillo Durso, Gisele C. Maciel, Simone Ribeiro Passos de Castro, Nanci Gusmão, Liliane Cunha 15h30 14h30

*Belo Horizonte Health Department, Brazil

OS.25 – Nutrition Room: Berilo

Moderator: Rosely Sichieri OS25.1 Cohort Differences in Anthropometric Measures in the Old Elderly: The Bambui Cohort Study of Aging, 1997 And 2008 Aline Dayrell Ferreira Sales*, Cibele Comini César, Maria Fernanda Lima-Costa, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa * Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OS25.2 Economic Inequality and Disparities in Maternal and Child Nutrition Status and Services Access in Urban India: Analysis of Demographic Health Datavani Sethi*, Siddharth Agarwal *Urban Health Resource Centre, India

OS25.3 Food Security in Urban Sub Saharan Africa: Status and Challenges Ulimiri Venkata Somayajulu*, Tilak Mukherji *Sigma Research and Consulting, India

OS25.4 Effectiveness Evaluation of a School Program for Obesity Prevention Robespierre Queiroz Costa Ribeiro*, Luciana Alves * Minas Gerais Health State Secretariat, Brazil

OS25.5 The Association between Obesity and Urban Exposure in the Mumbai Slum of Kaula Bandar Jennifer O´Brien*, Kiran Sawant, Shrutika Shitole, Tejal Shitole, Ramnath Subbaraman, Marija Ozolins, Anita Patil-Deshmukh 15h30 14h30

*Harvard School of Public Health, United States of America

WK.8 – PAHO Strategy and Plan of Action on Urban Health for the Americas Room: Granada Coordinator: Marilyn Rice (Pan American Health Organization, >>

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>>Washington D.C., United States) 17h00 14h30

Speakers: Carlos Santos-Burgoa Marilyn Rice

WK.9 – Methods for Community Mapping, Surveillance, Planning and Policy Room: Turmalina Coordinator: C. Debra Furr- Holden (Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, Baltimore, United States)

17h00 15h30

Speaker: C. Debra Furr- Holden

OS.26 – Metrics - Observatories, Census and Surveys Room: Água Marinha

Moderator: Carme Borrell OS26.1 Listing and Mapping of Slum Population by Community Workers Facilitates Targeted Planning and Action for Urban Poor Rochak Bhardwaj*, Mukesh Kumar Sharma, Meenakshi Jain, Gita Pillai, Samerendra Kumar Behera, Pratibha Pandey, Pramod Kumar Tripathy, Gyanendra Mishra, Lalit Upadhyay *Family Health International, India

OS26.2 Multiple Imputation and Complete Case Analysis in Logistic Regression Models: A Practical Impact Assessment of Missing Body Mass Index Data Vitor Passos Camargos*, Cibele Comini César, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa, Cesar Coelho Xavier, Fernando Augusto Proietti *Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OS26.3 A Simplified Wealth Index for Program Evaluation Margaret Eichleay*, Barbara Janowitz, Mario Chen *FHI, United States of America

OS26.4 National Versus Urban Health Metrics: How Valid are the Data Utilized to Influence Tobacco Control Policy? Will Morton*, Peter Elton, Will Blandamer, Patrick Karney, Arpana Verma *University of Manchester, United Kingdom

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17h00

15h30

OS26.5 The World Health Organization’s Global Health Observatory for Urban Health Shanelle Ueyama*, Yumi Kimura, Megumi Kano, GHO Team, Amit Prasad *World Health Organization, Japan

OS.27 – Diseases II Room: Pirita

Moderator: Clement Azodo OS27.1 Burden of Pulmonary Tuberculosis among Garments Workers in Urban Areas Bangladesh Housne Ara Begum*, Mamunar Rashid, Meerjady Sabrina Flora *Dhaka University, Bangladesh

OS27.2 Prevalence of Multi-Drug Resistant Tuberculosis in Urban Population of Pakistan Identification of at Risk Groups Muslima Ejaz* *Aga Khan University Hospital Karachi, Pakistan

OS27.3 Adherence to ART Drugs: Importance, Challenges and Impact of Volunteering and Task Shifting in Rural ART Clinics of North East Nigeria Olukunle Omotoso*, Longjo Yusuf, Johnson Fagbamigbe * Management Sciences for Health, Nigeria

OS27.4 Prevalence Rates of Sexually Transmitted Blood Borne Infections (STBBI) among Canadian Street-Involved Youth Who Took Part in Enhanced Street Youth Surveillance (E-SYS) Study Jelena Ivanovic*, Salman A Klar, Lily Fang, Holly D’AngeloScott, Dara Friedman, Darlene Taylor, Jennifer Gratrix, John Wylie, Miriam Rossi, Tom Wong, Gayatri C Jayaraman 17h00 15h30

*Public Health Agency of Canada, Canada

OS.28 – Adolescence Room: Fluorita

Moderator: Claudia Regina Lindgren Alves OS28.1 Incarceration as Health Risk: An Assessment of the Efficacy of Community Organization to Mediate Involvement with the Juvenile Justice System >> 88


>>Lauren Brinkley-Rubinstein*, Krista Craven, Mark Mccormack *Vanderbilt University, United States of America

OS28.2 Bullying Among Adolescents in a Large Urban Center: Saúde Em Beagá Study, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2008-2009 Michelle Ralil da Costa*, Marcela Guimarães Côrtes, Adriana Lúcia Meireles, Gabriela Caiaffa, César Coelho Xavier, Fernando Augusto Proietti, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa *Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OS28.3 Growing Up at the ‘Margins’: Concerns, Aspirations, and Expectations of Young People Living in Nairobi’s Slums Caroline Wanjiku Kabiru*, Sanyu A Mojola, Donatien Beguy, Chinelo Okigbo *African Population and Health Research Center, Kenya OS28.4 Relationship between Parents and Adolescents are Influenced by IntraUrban Vulnerability? Saúde em Beagá Study, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2008-2009 Adriana Lúcia Meireles*, Cesar Coelho Xavier, Fernando Augusto Proietti, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa *Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OS28.5 From Sea to Sky: School Based Victimization in British Columbia, Canada Duncan Stewart*, Annie Smith, Carly Hoogeveen, Colleen Poon, Elizabeth Saewyc 17h00 15h30

*Mccreary Centre Society, Canada

OS.29 – Air Pollution & Electromagnetic Fields Room: Ametista

Moderator: Paulo Saldiva OS29.1 Role of Citizens in Creating ´Smoke-Free´ Cities – A Case Study: Chandigarh Hemant Goswami* *Burning Brain Society / Tobacco Free India Coalition, India

OS29.2 Air Quality Assessment and Pulmonary Function in Children and Adolescents with Asthma in an Industrial City Suelem Missagia*, Camila Alves Silva Amaral, Lourdes Conceição Martins, Paulo Hilário Nascimento Saldiva, Alfésio Luís Ferreira Braga, Luiz Alberto Amador Pereira *Núcleo de Estudos em Epidemiologia Ambiental, Laboratório de Poluição

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>>Atmosférica Experimental da Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil

OS29.3 Investigation the Relationship between Economic Growth and Air Pollution: Impacts of National Social-Economic Programs of Iran Iraj Saleh* *University of Tehran, Iran

OS29.4 Air Pollution in Major Cities in Bangladesh Causes 15,000 Deaths Annually Abdul Matin*, Sirajul Islam Molla *Sunder Jiban, Bangladesh

OS29.5 Environmental Monitoring of Electromagnetic Fields Originated from the Radiobase Stations of the Cellular Telephone System in the Belo Horizonte Municipality, Minas Gerais State, Brazil Adilza Condessa Dode*, Mônica Maria Diniz Leão, Francisco de Assis Ferreira Tejo, Antônio Carlos dos Reis Gomes, Daiana C. Dode, Michael Condessa Dode, Cristina Werneck Moreira, Vânia Araújo Condessa, Cláudia Albinatti, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa 17h00 17h00

*Federal University of Minas Gerais, Environmental and Sanitary Engineering Department, Brazil

SP.2 – Evidence for Urban Health: an Overview of the Global Experience Room: Topázio Moderator: Ana Diez Roux Measure and Monitor Urban Health Equity: The Observatory for Urban Health Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil)

Experience of Jakarta in Using Urban HEART to Inform Decision-Making Soewarta Kosen (National Institute of Health Research & Development, Jakarta, Indonesia)

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Critical Measures and Methods to Consider in Urban Health Equity Marco Akerman (ABC Region Medical School, São Paulo, Brazil) The Role of Local Observatories in Informing Decision-Making Carme Borrell (Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain) The Role of International Agencies in Promoting Urban Health Metrics Amit Prasad (World Health Organization, Kobe, Japan)


18h30

20h00

ISUH Assembly Granada Open to all ISUH members. Non members are stimulated to enroll at ISUH.

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Time

Event

Page

Special Session – Drugs in Urban Settings

97

8h00

Special Session – Population Data

97

8h00

Workshop – Principles of Evaluation of Road Safety Interventions Part II

97

9h30

Oral Session – Urban Health Metrics

98

9h30

Oral Session – Water, Sanitation, and Solid Waste

98

9h30

Oral Session – Public Health Services II

99

9h30

Oral Session – Governance II

100

10h30

Plenary – Governance

100

12h00

Lunch

12h00

Poster – Drug Use II

101

12h00

Poster – HIV/AIDS

101

12h00

Poster – Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health III

102

12h00

Poster – Contrasting Urban and Non Urban Health

103

12h00

Poster – Global Health

103

12h00

Poster – Governance III

104

12h00

Poster – Public Health Services II

105

12h00

Poster – Urban Disasters

106

13h00

Special Session – Tackling Poverty in Urban Settings

107

Index

8h00

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Time

Event

Page

14h30

Workshop – Urban Planning and Sustainable Mobility in Building Healthy Cities

107

14h30

Workshop – How Can Metrics Better Capture Health Needs and Respond to Demand in Cities

107

14h30

Workshop – Reducing Urban Health Inequities - from Curitiba to Fraser Health Authority

108

14h30

Oral Session – Physical Environment

108

14h30

Oral Session – Maternal & Newborn Care

108

14h30

Oral Session – Drug Use, Treatment & Policies

109

14h30

Oral Session – Urban Capacities

110

15h30

Oral Session – Health Promotion

111

15h30

Oral Session – Racial Disparities

111

15h30

Oral Session – Housing, Water, Sanitation & Solid Waste

112

16h00

Workshop – Expanding Intersectoral Public Policies

113

17h00

Special Plenary – Remodeling the Urban Space

113

19h30

Final ICUH Social Event with Brazilian Popular Music

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SS.5 – Drug in Urban Settings Room: Turmalina Moderator: Diana Rossi Economies and Drug Policy Francisco Thoumi (University del Rosario, Bogotá, Colombia) Harm Reduction in the Brazilian Experience Francisco Inácio Bastos (Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

9h30 8h00

Harm Reduction in the Iranian Experience Kamiar Alaei (State University of New York at Albony, New York, USA)

SS.6 – Population Data Room: Granada Moderator: Cibele Comini César The 2010 Brazilian Population Census Zélia Bianchini (Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

National Household Sample Survey (PNAD) Pedro Luís do Nascimento (International Statistical Institute, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Risk Factors Surveillance and Chronicle Disease Protection by Means of Telephonic Inquiry (VIGITEL) and National Health Survey (PNS) Déborah Carvalho Malta (Ministry of Health, Brasília, Brazil) 9h30 8h00

The Brazilian National Cancer Survey Liz Almeida (The Brazilian National Cancer Institute, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

WK.10 – Principles of Evaluation of Road Safety Interventions Part II Room: Ametista Coordinator: Aruna A. Chandran (Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, United States)

10h30

Speakers: Aruna A. Chandran, Tanara Sousa, Veralice Gonçalves, Birchie Whitmans 97

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8h00


9h30

OS.30 – Urban Health Metrics Room: Turmalina

Moderator: David Vlahov OS30.1 Assessing the Psychometric and the Ecometric Measurements of Neighborhood Scales: Saúde em Beagá Study, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2008-2009 Amélia Augusta de Lima Friche*, Ana V. Diez-Roux, Cibele Comini César, César Coelho Xavier, Fernando Augusto Proietti, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa *Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OS30.2 Airspace Urbanism: 3D Greening of Beirut Sandra Rishani* *AUB- Princeton, Lebanon

OS30.3 Biases in Respondent-Driven Samples: The Role of Degree Weights Abby E Rudolph*, Crystal M Fuller, Carl Latkin *Division of Global Public Health, Department of Medicine, University of California, United States of America

OS30.4 Inter-Rater Reliability: Methods and Results of the Systematic Social Observation Project, 2011, Belo Horizonte, Brazil Eulilian Dias de Freitas*, Vitor Passos Camargos, Fabiane Ribeiro Ferreira, Ricardo Alexandre de Souza, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa, César Coelho Xavier, Fernando Augusto Proietti * Observatory for Urban Health, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

10h30 9h30

OS30.5 Shared Management Territories in Belo Horizonte’s City: Description and Evaluation of The Cluster’s Methodology and The Participatory Planning Regional Process Ana Luiza Nabuco*, Rodrigo Nunes Ferreira, Maria Cristina de Mattos Almeida * The Belo Horizonte Municipality, Brazil

OS.31 – Water, Sanitation, and Solid Waste Room: Água Marinha

Moderator: Annibal Coelho de Amorim OS31.1 Is Ghana Burning its Health Away? Reflections of E-Waste Recycling as a Livelihood Strategy in a Globalised Accra Martin Oteng-Ababio* >> 98


>>*University of Ghana, Ghana OS31.2 Unequal Exposure to Ecological Hazards in Metropolitan Accra Martin Oteng-Ababio* *University of Ghana, Ghana

OS31.3 Solid Waste Management Practices in Ethiopia: How Far Do Informal Players Measure Up? Tendayi Gondo* *University of Venda, South Africa

OS31.4 The Human Right to Sanitation: An Assessment of the Brazilian Legislation and Public Policies in the Light of Recent International Developments Ana Luisa Calixto Rodrigues*, Diego Valadares Vasconcelos, Thiago Rocha Rodrigues * Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

10h30 9h30

OS31.5 Hospital Waste: An Emerging Urban Health Threat in Bangladesh Sirajul Islam Molla*, Abdul Matin *Sunder Jiban, Bangladesh

OS.32 – Public Health Services II Room: Pirita

Moderator: Evanilde Maria Martins OS32.1 Barriers to Accessing Health Care among Canadian Street-Involved Youth Lily Fang*, Salman A Klar, Jelena Ivanovic, Holly D’AngeloScott, Dara Friedman, Jennifer Gratrix, Miriam Rossi, Darlene Taylor, Judith Wright, John Wylie, Gayatri C Jayaraman *Public Health Agency of Canada, Canada

OS32.2 Intraurban Differences in the Use of Ambulatory Health Services in a Large Brazilian City Maria Aparecida Turci*, James Macinko, Maria Fernanda Lima-Costa * Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

OS32.3 Do Community Health Workers, Nurses and Physicians Differ in their Perceived Self-Efficacy and Confidence? Implications for Providing EvidenceBased Services in Brazil’s Family Heath Program Rogério M Pinto*, Cláudia Penido, Rahbel Rahman, Anya Y. Spector *Columbia University, United States of America

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>>OS32.4 Improving Adolescents’ Access to Urban Health Services: Four Practical Recommendations Roxana Salehi*, Toronto Teen Survey Research Team *Center for Research on Inner City Health, St. Michael´S Hospital, Canada

OS.33 – Governance II Room: Fluorita

Moderator: Arpana Verma OS33.1 Governance Mechanisms for the Development of Healthy Urban Settings Ana Maria Girotti Sperandio*, Jeannie Shoveller *LABINUR/FEC/UNICAMP, Brazil

OS33.2 Urban Health Issues & Challenges in India: A Public Policy Perspective Amit Mohan Prasad*, Gautam Chakraborty *Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, India

OS33.3 The Importance of Governance to Integration of Health into Urban Planning (Indonesia’s Experiences) Sukri Palutturi*, Cordia Chu, Shannon Rutherford, Peter Davey *Griffith University, Australia

OS33.4 A Decade of Maternal and Child Health Inequality in Urban India, 19922005: Focus on Migrant and Poor Prashant Kumar Singh*, Rajesh Kumar Rai, Lucky Singh 10h30 10h30

*International Institute for Population Sciences, India

PL.3 – Governance Room: Topázio Moderator: Simone Tetu Moysés Social Equity Trevor Hancock (University of Victoria, Toronto, Canada) Belo Horizonte Contemporary Practices Ana Luíza Nabuco (The Belo Horizonte Municipality, Belo Horizonte, Brazil)

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Bogotá Contemporary Practices Ana Zulena Jiménez (The Bogotá Municipality, Bogotá, Colombia)

Lunch


12h00

PS.30 – Drug Use II Jaspe Area PS30.1 Gender Roles and Harm-Reduction among Drug Using Women in Nigeria Afasanwo BK*, Kodjovi M, Jinadu NA *Community Life Project, University College Hospital, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

PS30.2 Crack, Vulnerability and Harm Reduction Francisco de Abreu Franco Netto* *Fiocruz, Brazil

PS30.3 Epidemiology of Psychological Distress in Natal City Maurício Roberto Campelo de Macedo*, Isa Maria Hetzel de Macedo, Ricardo de Oliveira Guerra, Mardone Cavalcante França *Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil

PS30.4 Pharmacies Expanding Services beyond Non-Prescription Syringe Sales: Results from the PHARM-Link Intervention Study Natalie D. Crawford*, Silvia Amesty, Alexis Rivera, Katherine Harripersaud, Alezandria Turner, Stephanie Cook, Crystal Fuller *Department of Epidemiology, Columbia University, United States of America

PS30.5 Correlates of Exchanging Sex for Money among a Pharmacy-Recruited Sample of Drug Users in New York City: Using a Pharmacy Setting for HIV Prevention Efforts Stephanie H Cook*, Silvia Amesty, Alezandria Turner, Alexis Rivera, Natalie Crawford, Katherine Harripersaud, Crystal M. Fuller 13h00 12h00

*Columbia University, United States of America

PS.31 – HIV/AIDS Jaspe Area PS31.1 Emotional and Mental Distress in Populations Receiving Primary Care for HIV/AIDS Anandi Dantas* *Institute of Indian Culture (Affiliated to the University of Mumbai), India

PS31.2 The Experience of the Group Pet on HIV/AIDS Actions in Primary Healthcare

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>>Fernanda Tavares de Mello Abdalla*, Carla Gianna Luppi, Mariana Monteiro Saldanha Altenfelder Santos, Veronica Reche Rodrigues Gaudino *CSEAV-BF, Brazil

13h00

PS31.3 Effects of Stigma and Disclosure of HIV Status on Adherence to Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART) in an Urban Clinic in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Hibret Alemu Tilahun*, Damen Haile Mariam, Samuel Yalew *Addis Ababa University School of Public Health, Ethiopia

12h00

PS.32 – Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health III Jaspe Area PS32.1 Quality of NGO Services for Children and Mother in Urban of Bangladesh: Assessment through “Mystery Shopping” Shamim Hayder Talukder*, MA Sabur, Dina Farhana, Shusmita Hossain Khan, Sifat Jerin, Arifeen Amol Islam *Eminence, Bangladesh

PS32.2 Relationship between Knowledge about HIV/AIDS and Sexual Behavior among Adolescents Adopted City of Vespasiano/MG Luciana Ramos de Moura*, Cristiane de Freitas Cunha, Joyce Romano Lamounier, Eugenio Marcos Andrade Goulart *Federal University of Minas Gerais, School of Medicine, Brazil

PS32.3 The Health of Incarcerated Youth: Implications for Reentry Programs Bieta Amaniafrakti* *Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, United States of America

PS32.4 The Social Pediatrics Perspective: Improving Social Determinants of Health through Music Education for Every Child Natalie Hoi-Man Chan*, Ann Patteson, Elizabeth Lee FordJones *University of Toronto, Department of Pediatrics, Canada

PS32.5 Understanding the Perceived Cause and Care Practice of Birth Asphyxia among Urban Slum Dwellers Nazneen Rahman*, Munia Islam, Kaosar Afsana, Lynn Sibley *Bangladesh

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>>PS32.6 Unmasking Urban Poverty and It´s Linkages with Child Health Raghu Maharishi*, Shrikant Singh *International Institute for Populations Sciences, India

PS32.7 Youth Friendly Services (YFS): Responding to the Needs of Young People in Guyana Nkase Carter*, Lucy Anderson 13h00 12h00

*Ministry of Health, Guyana

PS.33 – Contrasting Urban and Non Urban Health Golden Area PS33.1 Prevalence of Self-Reported Systemic Arterial Hypertension in Urban and Rural Environments of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, according to PNAD 2003 and 2008 Jessica Pronestino de Lima Moreira*, José Rodrigo de Moraes, Karynna Pimentel Viana, Alexandre dos Santos Brito, Ronir Raggio Luiz

13h00 12h00

*Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

PS.34 – Global Health Golden Area PS34.1 Satisfaction of Mothers with the Type of Delivery in the City of Formiga, MG Heslley Machado Silva*, Camila Danielle Ribeiro *University Center of Formiga and University of Itaúna, Brazil

PS34.2 Quantifying the Underestimated Burden of Road Traffic Mortality in Mexico: a Comparison of Three Approaches Martha Híjar*, Aruna Chandran, Ricardo Perez-Nunez, Jeffrey Lunnen, Jorge Martín Rodríguez-Hernández, Adnan A Hyder *Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America

PS34.3 Examining Life in Safe Spaces, Concept of Homophobia and Sexuality in 14 Urban Settings of Uganda 2008-2010 Thomas Muyunga* 13h00

*Most at Risk Populations’ Society in Uganda, Uganda

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PS.35 – Governance III Golden Area PS35.1 Mechanism of Change: Addressing Social and Health Inequities in Rural and Urban Slums Alberto Pina* *Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, United States of America

PS35.2 Social Participation of Citizens in Constructing an Urban Health; Case Study: Tehran Metropolis Farnoush Zangouei*, Meysam Samband, Reza Morvarid *Allame Tabatabaee University, Iran

PS35.3 The Barries in Front of Urban Health Construction in Tehran Meysam Samband*, Farnoush Zangouei *Allame Tabatabaee University, Iran

PS35.4 Health and Urban Planning Public Policies in Brazil Twenty Years after the “Citizenship Constitution”: in Search of a Renewed Shared Utopia Paula Vilhena Carnevale Vianna*, Priscila Freitas, Jucelia De Oliveira, Pedro Ribeiro Moreira Neto *Universidade do Vale do Paraiba, Brazil

PS35.5 Objectives for the Millenium in the Area of Public Health and the Redefinition of Goals via Popular Participation Duval Fernandes*, Theara Castro,Haydée Frota, Maria da Consolação Castro *PUC Minas, Brazil

PS35.6 Promotion of Education in Health: Garbage and Vectors Rony Costa de Almeida*, Paula Gabriela Melges de Morais, Karen Cristina Viegas, Rodrigues, Camyla Alves Leonel, Keyt Braz Teixeira, Ana Gabriela de Magalhaes, Daniel Zandim Maciel Dias Ferreira, Gioconda Gambogi Foresti, Fabiana de Carvalho Souto, Stênio Nunes Alves *Federal University of São João Del Rei, Brazil

PS35.7 The International Noise Awareness Day and Its Contribution to Urban Health Stephan Paul*, Isabel Kuniyoshi, Roberta Alvarenga Reis *São Lucas Faculty, Brazil

PS35.8 Intersectoral Action on Health in Urban Settings – The Experience of Varde Municipality, Denmark, 2007-2011 Riikka Rantala*, Larsen M, Gulis G, Koudenburg O. A., Armada F. 13h00 104

* World Health Organization, Centre for Health Development, Japan


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PS.36 – Public Health Services II Golden Area PS36.1 Physical Activities in the Context of Urban Health and the Premises of Potentially Healthy Municipalities Network (RMPS) Jussara Conceição Guarnieri*, Ana Maria Girotti Sperandio, Ana Claudia Alves Martins *City Hall of the Municipality of Conchal – SP, Brazil

PS36.2 Program for Prevention of Asthma and Rhinitis - PROPAR Sumaré – SP Silvia dos Santos Costa*, Isabel Jacomassi, Flávia Alberton *Secretaria da Saúde de Sumaré - SP, Brazil

PS36.3 Participant Research as a Method for Construction of Health Promotion Programs in Schools Claudia Cristina Pacifico de Assis Guimarães*, Marilia Velardi *Mater Amabilis College, Brazil

PS36.4 Primary Eye Care Service for the Urban Poor: Role of Second Urban Primary Health Care Project, Bangladesh Md.Abu Bakr Siddique*, Md.Imrul Hasan Khan *Second Urban Primary Health Care Project, Bangladesh

PS36.5 Prioritizing the Urban Poor Is Key to Tuberculosis Reduction Efforts in India Prakasha C. Sahoo*, Siddharth Agarwal *Urban Health Resource Centre, India

PS36.6 Program of Education for the Work in Health at Jardim Guanabara Health Center Juliana Versiani dos Reis*, Andréa Clemente Palmier, Esdras Guedes Fonseca, Maira do Perpetuo Socorro dos Santos *Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

PS36.7 Promoting Healthy Eating and Physical Activity in the Beach of Santos, São Paulo, Brazil: An Interdisciplinary Intervention Gabriela Milhassi Vedovato*, Angélica Barbosa Neres Santana, Sionaldo Eduardo Ferreira, Paula Andrea Martins *Federal University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

PS36.8 Reaching the Urban Poor with Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health Services - Challenges Facing Rapidly Urbanizing Small Cities in the Philippines Anna Elizabeth Bauze*, Sophie F La Vincente *Centre for International Health, Burnet Institute, Australia

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>>PS36.9 Reducing the Onset of Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases in Guyana through the Million Mile Challenge for Health Lucy Anderson* *Ministry of Health, Guyana

PS36.10 Strategies for Using of Urban Spaces Available for the Practice of Physical Activity by Basic Health Units in Santos, Sao Paulo Angélica Barbosa Neres Santana*, Maria Aparecida Oliveira, Ricardo Luis Fernandes Guerra, Paula Andrea Martins *Universidade Federal de São Paulo, Brazil

PS36.11 The Territory and Healthcare Network from the Perspective of the Clinical Management of Alcohol and Other Drugs Users: The Cersam Ad Case Fernanda Gonçalves Rodrigues*, Alexandre Magno Alves Diniz, Duval Magalhães Fernandes *Pontificia Universidade Catolica de Minas Gerais, Brazil

PS36.12 Integrated Urban Planning with Industrial & Sports Macro Events to a Health City Jorge Castro* 13h00 12h00

*Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Brazil

PS.37 – Urban Disasters Golden Area PS37.1 Spatial Patterns of Vulnerability within an Urban Slum of Nairobi Remare Ettarh*, Jacob Ouko, Ciara Commins *African Population and Health Research Centre, Kenya

PS37.2 Climate Change, Risk Management and Urban Planning: While the World Ticks, Ethipoia Lags Edmore Kori*, Tendayi Gondo *University of Venda, South Africa

PS37.3 Climate Change - Vulnerability to Extreme Hydro Meteorological Events Gregorio Carlos de Simone*, Martha Macedo de Lima Barata, Diana Marinho *Fiocruz, Brazil

PS37.4 Community Understanding of Crises: Insights from a Qualitative Study in Nairobi Slums from the Nairobi Urban Demographic Surveillance System >> 106


>>Lilly Schofield*, Fredrick Wekesah, Elizabeth Kimani, James Kimani, Shukri Mohamed, Remare Ettarh, Catherine Kyobutungi 13h00 13h00

*Concern Worldwide, Kenya

SS.7 – Tackling Poverty in Urban Settings Room: Topázio Moderator: Rômulo Paes de Souza An Overview Arup Banerji (World Bank’s Global Director, New Delhi, India) The Effect of Economic Crisis on the European Anti-Poverty Policies Carolyn Stephens (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, United Kingdon)

14h30 14h30

Brazilian Experience Rômulo Paes de Souza (Ministry of Social Development, Brasília, Brazil)

WK.11 – Urban Planning and Sustainable Mobility in Building Healthy Cities Room: Água Marinha Coordinator: Marcelo Cintra do Amaral (BHTrans, Brazil) Rejane D. Fernandes (EMBARQ Brasil, Brazil) Speakers: Pedro da Luz Moreira, Orlando Strambi, Enrique Jacoby, Marcelo Cintra do Amaral

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WK.12 – How Can Metrics Better Capture Health Needs and Respond to Demand in Cities Room: Turmalina Coordinator: Arpana Verma (University of Manchester, United Kingdom/ WHO Kobe Centre)

Speakers: Siddharth Aggarwal, Arpana Verma, Fernando A. Proietti, Richard Rothenberg, Megumi Kano 16h00 107


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WK.13 – Reducing Urban Health Inequities - from Curitiba to Fraser Health Authority Room: Água Marinha Coordinator: Trevor Hancock (University of Victoria, Toronto, Canada)

16h00 14h30

Speakers: Simone Tetu Moysés, Victoria Lee

OS.34 – Physical Environment Room: Pirita

Moderator: Janaína Lavalli Goston OS34.1 Enhancing Walkability through Healthy Urban Planning: Toronto´s Agenda Henry Moller* *University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine and School of Public Policy, Canada

OS34.2 Durability Properties of Concrete Made with Oil Drill Cuttings Jacob Olumuyiwa Ikotun*, Deborah Olukemi Olanrewaju *University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

OS34.3 Begging in an Urban Slum: Causes and Socioeconomic Implications Ayoteju Adetutu Ogun*, Elizabeth Oloruntoba, Godson Ana, Mynepalli Sridhar, Iheanyi Okonko *University of Ibadan, Nigeria

OS34.4 The “Subtracto-Sun” - Using Four Dimensional Solar Planning Envelopes to Maintain Solar Amenity Whilst Increasing Population Density Marcus Ross White* 15h30

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*University of Melbourne, Australia

OS.35 – Maternal & Newborn Care Room: Fluorita

Moderator: Patricia O’Campo OS35.1 Differentials in Place of Delivery and Delivery Assistance in Urban Slum Areas of Bangladesh Housne Ara Begum* *Dhaka University, Bangladesh

OS35.2 A Verbal Autopsy Survey of Perinatal, Neonatal and Post-Neonatal Mortality in Gilgit Northern Areas, Pakistan >> 108


>>Gul Nawaz Khan*, Aisha K. Yousafzai, Farrukh Raza, Sajid Soofi, Zulfiqar A. Bhutta *The Aga Khan University, Pakistan

OS35.3 Improving Access to Quality Safe Motherhood Services in Nairobi’s Urban Slums: Results and Lessons Learned from Community and Facility Engagement Stuart Merkel*, Jane Otai, Isaac Malonza, Tanvi Monga *Jhpiego, Kenya

OS35.4 Pregnancy, Delivery and Infant Care: An Anthropological Perspective of Urban Slum Community, Jamshedpur, India Sainath Banerjee*, Sanjay Pandey, Anand Rudra, Subrato Mondal, Uttam Behera 15h30

*Population Foundation of India, India

OS.36 – Drug Use, Treatment and Policies 14h30

Room: Ametista

Moderator: Soewarta Kosen OS36.1 Correlates of Amphetamine Use among Long-Haul Truck Drivers in Nuevo Laredo and Ciudad Hidalgo Abby E Rudolph*, Maria Gudelia Rangel, Steffanie A. Strathdee, Felipe Uribe-Salas, Thomas L. Patterson, Perth Rosen, Jorge A. Villalobos, Kimberly C. Brouwer *Department of Medicine at the University of California San Diego, United States of America

OS36.2 Inhalation Facilities: What Does it Add? Anne Francois*, Martine Baudin, Alexandre Pesenti, Barbara Broers *Geneva University Hospital, Switzerland

OS36.3 Expanded Syringe Access Program (ESAP) Pharmacies: Is There Potential to Provide Expanded Services to HIV-Positive Injection Drug Users? Alexis V. Rivera*, Silvia Amesty, Natalie D. Crawford, Alezandria K Turner, Katherine Harripersaud, Crystal M. Fuller *Columbia University, United States of America

OS36.4 Metropolitan Mass Transit Access and its Role in Individuals Seeking Drug Treatment Services among NYC Disadvantaged Populations Vijay Nandi*, Danielle C. Ompad, Magdalena Cerdá, Linda Weiss, David Vlahov >> 109


>>*The New York Academy of Medicine, United States of America OS36.5 The Difference a Year Makes: Benefits of Delaying Alcohol and Marijuana Use for Youth in British Columbia, Canada Annie Smith*, Elizabeth Saewyc *Mccreary Centre Society, Canada OS36.6 Non-Medical Oxycodone Use among Illicit Drug Users in Low-Income New York City Neighborhoods, 2005-2009 Danielle C. Ompad*, Christina A. Chan, Vijay Nandi, Keosha Bond, David Vlahov 15h30 14h30

*New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development, United States of America

OS.37 – Urban Capacities Room: Berilo

Moderator: Marco Akerman OS37.1 Promising Practices: Working together to Include Youth Voice in Decision Making in British Columbia and across Canada Stephanie Martin*, Annie Smith *Mccreary Centre Society, Canada

OS37.2 The Greater Manchester Teaching and Training Needs Assessment Highlighting Inequalities Angela Pilkington*, Kathryn Harrison, William Morton, Arpana Verma *The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

OS37.3 How to Improve the Use of Geoprocessing and Spatial Analysis Methods to Deal with Urban Health Processes: The Brazilian Experience Simone Santos*, Christovam Barcellos, Walter Massa Ramalho, Antonio Miguel Vieira Monteiro, Elias Rassi *Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Brazil

OS37.4 Increasing the Knowledge of Media Professionals (MPs) on HIV/AIDS Information Dissemination Nkechi Udegboka*, Umeuzuegbu Chioma *Intersociety, Nigeria

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OS37.5 Health Professional Education in Primary Care: How PUC Minas and the Health Department in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, have Interacted Evanilde Maria Martins*, Juliana Maciel Gomes *Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais, Brazil


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OS.38 – Health Promotion Room: Pirita

Moderator: Francisco Armada OS38.1 The Evaluation Process on a Network Construction of a Health City Larissa Cássia Gruchovski Verissimo*, Ana Maria Girotti Sperandio *UNICAMP/Faj, Brazil

OS38.2 Governance and Sustainability in Human Development and Promoting Health Equity Roberto Eduardo Bueno, Paula Alexandra Reis Bueno, Samuel Jorge Moysés, Simone Tetu Moysés *Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná, Brazil

OS38.3 Environments for Health: HiAPs in Victoria (Australia) Evelyne de Leeuw* *Deakin University, Australia

OS38.4 Conceptualizing the Development of Health in All Policies Interventions Using Policy Cycle Stages to Study Complex Barriers and Facilitators Ketan Shankardass*, Alix Freiler, Ahmed Bayoumi, Patricia O’Campo *St. Michael´s Hospital, Canada

17h00 15h30

OS38.5 Biomonitoring as an Environmental Education Tool for the Urban Health Promotion Camila Márcia Villegas*, Paulo Hilário Nascimento Saldiva, Mônica Lupião Lobarinhas, Vânia Borges Bernal, Nilva Nunes Campina *Faculdade de Medicina - USP, Brazil

OS.39 – Racial Disparities Room: Berilo

Moderator: Mariângela Leal Cherchiglia OS39.1 Identifying Predictors of Influenza Immunization among Minority Populations in New York City Keosha T. Bond*, David Vlahov, Kandice C. Jones, Danielle C. Ompad *New York Academy of Medicine, United States of America

OS39.2 The Association between Racial Discrimination and Sexual Risk Networks: Examining Pathways for Racial/ Ethnic Disparities in HIV >> 111


>>Natalie D Crawford*, Carl Latkin, Sandro Galea, Chandra Ford, Crystal Fuller *Department of Epidemiology, Columbia University, United States of America

OS39.3 Transforming Research into Action: Aboriginal Youth Next Steps Project in Vancouver’s North Shore Carly Hoogeveen*, Stephanie Martin, Maya Peled *Mccreary Centre Society, Canada

OS39.4 Racial and Gender Disparities in Long-Term Survival of Oral and Pharyngeal Cancers in the United States Nosayaba Osazuwa-Peters* *Washington University in St. Louis, United States of America

OS39.5 Is There Equity in HPV Vaccination and Cervical Screening in the North West of England? A Study of Mothers and Daughters Angela Pikington*, Loretta Brabin, Stephen Roberts, Arpana Verna 17h00 15h30

*The University of Manchester, United Kingdon

OS.40 – Housing, Water, Sanitation & Solid Waste Room: Albita

Moderator: Ana Luiza Nabuco OS40.1 Sustainable Land Tenure and Housing Improvement Projects: Strategiesfor construction Luis Carlos Soares Madeira Domingues*, Marcus César M. da Cruz, Fernando P. Marques Jr, Celia Ravera, Lais Camaz Vinhosa, George Latache Pimentel Neto, Glaucia S. Brito, Artur Craveiro, Renata Andrade *Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, Brazil

OS40.2 Invisible Dwellers, Visible Slums: Effects of Slums on the Health of Accra, Ghana Simon Mariwah* *University of Cape Coast, Ghana

OS40.3 Assessing Housing and Environmental Health Conditions in Low Income Communities of Lagos, Nigeria Immaculata Nwokoro*, Victor *University of Lagos, Nigeria

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>>OS40.4 Universalization of Household Access to Potable Water Supply in Dessie Town, Ethiopia: a Review Aleina Mutazu*, Tendayi Gondo *University of Venda, South Africa

OS40.5 Diarrhea on Rise: A Public Health Concern in Relation to Unsafe Disposal of Urban Solid Waste Samia Qadeer*, Safeena Irfan, Audil Rashid, Mian Nazish Adnan *Ecohealth Research Group, PMAS Arid Agriculture University, Pakistan

OS40.6 Failures in Quality, Quantity, and Reliability of Water Provided through an Informal Distribution System in a Slum in Mumbai, India Ramnath Subbaraman*, Shrutika Shitole, Kiran Sawant, Tejal Shitole, David Bloom, Anita Patil Deshmukh 17h00 16h00

*Partners for Urban Knowledge, Action, and Research (Pukar), India

WK.14 – Social Agendas that Support Urban Health Room: Água Marinha Coordinator: Marcia Farias Westphal (Universty of São Paulo, Brazil)

17h00 17h00

Speakers: Marcia Farias Westphal, Izabelle Vianna, Ronice Franco de Sá, Simone Tetu Moyses, Rosilda Mendes

SP.3 – Remodeling the Urban Space Room: Topázio Moderator: David Vlahov Mortality Risk Among Motorcyclists in the Americas Eugenia Maria Silveira Rodrigues (Pan American Health Organization, Washington D.C., United States)

The Brazilian Road Safety Project: Vida no Trânsito Otaliba Libânio de Morais Neto (Ministry of Health, Brasília, Brazil)

Urban-Rural Mobility, Sociospatial Transformations and Planning in the Brazilian Amazon Roberto Luís de Melo Monte-mór (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil)

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>>Remodeling the Urban Context: The Vila Viva Project 19h00 19h00

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Claudius VinĂ­cius Leite Pereira (The Belo Horizonte Municipality, Belo Horizonte, Brazil)

Welcome Remarks Ceremony

Room: TopĂĄzio Dr. David Vlahov - Founder President of ISUH Dr. Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa - President of ICUH

Final ICUH Social Event with Brazilian Popular Music Safira Area A musical confraternization of ICUH 2011 delegates with the Brazilian Health Congress delegates


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Plenary

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San Francisco

Dean and Professor of the University of California in San Francisco, School of Nursing. He is the former Director of the Center for Urban Epidemiologic Studies at the New York Academy of Medicine, the Founding President of the International Society for Urban Health and editor of the Journal of Urban Health.

Patricia O’Campo – University of Toronto –

Canada

Dr.Patricia O’Campo is a social epidemiologist. She is Director of the Centre for Research on Inner City Health at St. Michael’s Hospital and Professor at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto.

Paulo Hilário Nascimento Saldiva – University of São Paulo – Brazil

Paulo Saldiva is a current Professor of Pathology at the University of São Paulo. He is the Coordinator of the National Institute of Integrated Environmental Risk Assessment of the National Research Council in Brazil, member of the Study Group for Climate Changes and Brazilian Megacities, and member of the WHO Committee for setting Global air pollutions Guidelines.

Jean Luc Poncelet – Pan American Health Organization – Washington

Dr. Poncelet is a Medical Doctor expert in Public Health and Tropical Medicine. He worked as General Practitioner before assuming public health responsibilities in disaster management. He is the Area Manager for Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Relief since 2002.

Carolyn Stephens – Universidad Nacional de Tucumán – Argentina

Carolyn Stephens is Reader in Ecology and Global Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and Visiting Full Professor of the Faculty of Medicine of the Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Argentina, where she is based. 117

Plenary Speakers

David Vlahov – University of California –


Marco Akerman – ABC Region Medical School –

Brazil

Marco Akerman is a medical doctor expert in Health Planning and Financing, Epidemiology and Public Health. Currently Full Professor on Public Health and Vice-Dean of ABC Region Medical School, São Paulo - Brazil; International Union on Health Promotion and Education Regional Vice-President for Latin-America.

Paula Santana Rodrigues – University of Coimbra – Portugal

Paula Santana is PhD in Human Geography. She is a Professor in-cathedra of Geography and a researcher of Geographical Study Center, University of Coimbra. She is also the vice-president of the Regional Development Coordination Comission (CCDR).

Rodrigo Siqueira Reis – Federal University of Paraná – Brazil

Rodrigo Reis is a professor of physical activity epidemiology at the Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná in Brazil and Federal University of Parana. He also coordinates the IPEN study in Brazil and works as a consultant in Physical Activity Promotion project at Brazilian Ministry of Health.

Ana Diez-Roux – University of Michigan –

Michigan

Ana Diez-Roux is Professor of Epidemiology and Director of the Center for Social Epidemiology and Population Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Health and Society Scholars program at the University of Michigan.

Arpana Verma – University of Manchester –

United

Kingdom

Arpana is currently a Senior Lecturer in Public Health at the University of Manchester and Honorary Consultant in the NHS. She has a PhD, Masters in Public Health and is a Member of the Faculty of Public Health in the UK. She is the principal investigator and coordinator of the European Urban Health Indicator System project. 118


Rômulo Paes – Social Development and Fight against hunger – Brazil

Romulo Paes is an Epidemiologist, expert in evaluation of public policy. He has PhD degree in epidemiology and he is currently the Vice-Minister of Social Development and Fight against Hunger of Brazil.

Jason Corburn – University of California –

USA

Jason Corburn is an Associate Professor in the Department of City and Regional Planning and School of Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley. He is also a lead faculty member of the Global Metropolitan Studies and Slum Health initiatives.

James Macinko – New York University –

New York

James Macinko is Associate Professor of Public Health and Health Policy at New York University’s Department of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health and the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.

Trevor Hancock – University of Victoria –

Canada

Dr. Trevor Hancock has been described as one of the best health futurists in the world. He is a public health physician and health promotion consultant who works for local, provincial and national governments, as well as the World Health Organization.

Carme Borrell – Universitat Pompeu Fabra –

Barcelona

Carme Borrell has a PhD in Public Health. She has been working for 25 years at the Agency of Public Health of Barcelona on urban health issues. Now, she is the Director of the Observatory of Public Health and she is an Associate professor at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

Francisco Inácio Bastos – Fundação Oswaldo Cruz – Brazil Dr. Francisco Bastos is an expert in Public Health. He is currently a researcher at the Fundação Oswaldo Cruz. His main area of research is epidemiology and prevention of drug abuse and HIV/AIDS.

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Soewarta Kosen – National Institute of Health Research & Development – Indonesia

Dr. Soewarta Kosen is a Medical Doctor, Health Systems Specialist and Coordinator of Health Economics and Policy Analysis Unit, National Institute of Health Research & Development; also principal investigator of the Urban HEART Study.

Francisco Thoumi – Universidad del Rosario, Bogotá – Colombia

Francisco Thoumi is an Economist. He is the currently a coeditor of Razón Pública, a virtual weekly magazine. He is also a member of the Colombian Economics Academy. He was Professor of Economics and founder Director of the Research and Monitoring Center on Drugs and Crime at the Universidad del Rosario, Bogotá, Colombia.

Amit Prasad – World Health Organization –

Japan

Mr. Prasad is a health economist working with the World Health Organization (WHO) based in Kobe, Japan. Mr. Prasad also works closely with government officials from several countries, with respect to capacity building and developing global standards on metrics.

Kamiar Alaei – Triangular Clinic – HIV/AIDS –

Iran

Dr. Kamiar Alaei is a doctor expert in HIV/AIDS and International Health. He and his brother were cofounders of the first “Triangular Clinic” for three target groups of Drug users, HIV patients, and STD cases in Iran documented by the WHO/EMRO as a “Best practice model” in the region.

Wagner Meira – Federal University of Minas Gerais – Brazil

Wagner Meira Jr. is currently an Associate Professor at the Computer Science Department at Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil. His research focuses on scalability and efficiency of large scale parallel and distributed systems, from massively parallel to Internet-based platforms, and on data mining algorithms, their parallelization, and application to areas such as information retrieval, bioinformatics, and e-governance. 120


Tony Capon –

Australia

Tony is a public health physician with expertise in environmental health and infectious diseases. He graduated in medicine at the University of Queensland. He was director of public health with Sydney West Area Health Service during 1991-2006. Tony has held prestigious National Health and Medical Research Council ( Australia ) and World Health Organization Fellowships. He is currently serving on the Boards of Nature and Society Forum (as Chair) and the International Society for Urban Health.

Sérgio Martins –

Brazil

Sérgio Martins is a PhD in Geography. He is currently a Professor in the Departament of Geography in the Federal University of Minas Gerais. His research interests are the (im)possibilities of the Brazilian urbanization, particularly in the metropolises.

Rosely Sichieri –

Brazil

Rosely Sichieri is Nutritionist with PhD in Nutrition in Public Health. She has great experience in Nutrition with emphasis on Nutritional Epidemiology. She is currently a full Professor at the Department of Epidemiology on the State University of Rio de Janeiro.

Eduardo Marques Pessanha –

Brazil

Dr. Pessanha is graduated in Medicine at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1975), specialized in Public Health (1982), Master of Medicine / Pediatrics (2002) and PhD in Epidemiology from the Faculty of Medicine, Federal University of Minas Gerais (2010). He is currently Medical City Hall of Belo Horizonte and member of the Belo Horizonte Observatory for Urban Health, UFMG. He has experience in Public Health with emphasis in Public Health, acting on the following subjects: epidemiological surveillance, vector control, dengue and leishmaniasis.

Eugênia Rodrigues –

United States

Dr Rodrigues is a medical doctor with a Doctoral and a Masters degree in Preventive Medicine. Since September 2005, Dr Rodrigues has been working as a Regional Advisor on Road Safety with the Pan American Health Organization, now based in Washington, DC, USA. 121


Luis Facchini –

Brasil

Luiz Augusto Facchini is the President of the Brazilian Association of Collective Health (ABRASCO) in Rio de Janeiro, the Director of the Department of Social Medicine, and professor of the Degree Program in Epidemiology at the Federal University of Pelotas. His main areas of research are epidemiology, occupational health, health policies and services evaluation, primary health care, and family health care.

Carlos Santos –

Burgoa

He is a graduate from Mexico’s National Autonomous University and in Epidemiology from Johns Hopkins University. He was Dean of the SPHM, founder of ISAT (Work Environment and Health Institute), and professor of Global Health at Michigan. He joined Mexico’s Ministry of Health as General Director, when he designed and developed the Federal Commission for Sanitary Risk Protection. He managed Mexico’s the Health Services Organizational Strengthening Program, the Health Promotion Operative Model. Since August 1st, 2010, he joined PAHO, based in Washington DC, responsible for Health and Human Security resolution, health promotion, and the design of the Regional Strategy and Plan of Action on Urban Health.

Claudius Vinicius Leite Pereira –

Brazil

Claudius Vinícius is the Director and President of the Urbanization Company of Belo Horizonte (URBEL) since June, 2003. He is a civil engineering, and joined Urbel in 1994, when He participated actively in the creation of the Structural Program in Risk Areas, which was the first geological mapping and geotechnical diagnosis of the Situation of Geological Risk Areas of BH. Claudius integrates the coordination of the Executive Group of Risk Areas (Gear) and is a member of the Municipal Housing Council. 122


Luiz Augusto Cassanha Galvão –

Brazil

Dr. Galvão, a Brazilian, holds a medical degree at the “Faculdade de Medicina do ABC” in São Paulo, and a Master’s Degree in Public Health specialized in environmental epidemiology, from the Escola Nacional de Saúde Pública of FIOCRUZ. He became Coordinator of the Center for Studies on Workers’ Health and Human Ecology (CESTEH) after then he joined PAHO as Environmental Epidemiologist in charge environmental quality. Currently he is the Area Manager for Sustainable Development and Environmental Health at PAHOs Headquarters in Washington DC being responsible for public health risks and determinants, health promotion, consumer’s health, human security and Millennium Development Goals.

Mario M. Bracco –

Brazil

Mario M.Bracco is pediatrician, with specialties in pediatric nutrition, physical activity and health promotion. Currently, serves as physician of governmental programs at Albert Einstein Social Responsibility Institute, working at the Health Family Strategy in primary care units, in southern zone of São Paulo City , and with social control of Brazilian Unified Health System (SUS). He is also scientific advisor of The Agita São Paulo Program, a comprehensive intervention of physical activity promotion in São Paulo State and coordinates the health working group of the Our São Paulo Network, developing Sustainable Cities Programme.

Jo Ivey Boufford –

United States

Dr. Boufford is the President of The New York Academy of Medicine, Professor of Public Service, Health Policy and Management at the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at New York University School of Medicine. Prior to coming to Wagner, Dr. Boufford served as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and as Acting Assistance Secretary. She also have worked in the WHO, in the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, and on the Executive Council and Board on Global Health.

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Mauro Martins Teixeira –

Brazil

Mauro Martins is graduated in Medicine and is PhD in Immunopharmacology by the University of London. Currently he is a Full Professor of the Department of Biochemistry and Immunology at the Federal University of Minas Gerais. He is also member of the Brazilian Academy of Science and National Order of Scientific and Technological Merit. Dr. Teixeira is Member of the editorial board of the British Journal of Pharmacology, Pharmacology & Therapeutics (Oxford), Frontiers in Immunology, Frontiers in Pharmacology and Medical Microbiology and Immunology. Prof Teixeira is a researcher at CNPq (1A) and is the coordinator of the National Institute of Science and Technology in dengue. (INCT em dengue).

Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa –

Brazil

Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa is a Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health at the Federal University of Minas Gerais, School of Medicine in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. She has worked in the field of infectious diseases. Organizing research on urban health, Dr. Caiaffa is the co-founding President of the Observatory for Urban Health in Belo Horizonte. Currently she is the President – elect of the Executive Board of the International Society for Urban Health at the New York Academy of Medicine and is chairing the 10th International Conference for Urban Health (ICUH 2011). Dr. Caiaffa has contributed to the area of urban health studies, working on multiple collaborative projects with population-based designs, studying the individual and environment, and sociallevel determinants of health in Belo Horizonte City.

Deborah Malta –

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Brazil

Dr. Deborah Carvalho Malta is PhD in Collective Health. Currently, Malta serves as the National Coordinator of Surveillance in Non Communicable Diseases and Injury Prevention and Health Promotion, of the Health Surveillance Secretariat in the Ministry of Health, Brazil. She is also professor and researcher for the Department of Public Health, in the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Her primary focus in public health has been health evaluation, with work in the following areas: epidemiology, surveillance in non communicable diseases and its risk factors, health promotion, physical activity and health politics.


Pedro Luis do Nascimento Silva –

Brazil

Pedro Luis do Nascimento Silva is Principal Research Fellow at the National School of Statistical Sciences (ENCE). Pedro holds Ph.D. in Social Statistics at the University of Southampton, 1996. His main research interests are survey and sampling methodology applied to household and business surveys, as well as the analysis of survey data. He is a member of the International Statistical Institute, was President of the International Association of Survey Statisticians (IASS) 20072009, presided IASI (the Inter-American Statistical Institute) during the period 2004-2005, and is a member of the Brazilian Statistical Association, the American Statistical Association and the Royal Statistical Society.

Zélia Bianchini –

Brazil

Zélia Magalhães Bianchini is MSc in Statistics and has been working as a Deputy Director of Surveys in the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics since 1999. She is involved in advising the Director of Surveys and Censuses in all projects related to the production of statistical information from the Brazilian Institute, especially the 2010 Brazilian Population Census.

Liz Maria de Almeida –

Brazil

She is currently Manager of the Epidemiology Division of Instituto Nacional de Câncer José Gomes da Silva. She has experience in the field of Psychiatry and Public Health with emphasis on epidemiology, mainly in the following areas: mental health, environmental health and risk factors for cancer.

Otaliba Libânio de Morais Neto –

Brazil

Otaliba is a PhD in Public Health and Assistant Professor in the Federal University of Goiás. His areas of interest are infant mortality, leprosy, neonatal mortality, special distribution and post-neonatal mortality. He is also the Director of the Department of Analysis of Health Situation in the Ministry of Health in Brazil.

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Roberto Luís de Melo Monte-Mór –

Brazil

Dr. Monte-Mór is architect, urbanist, Ph.D. in Urban Planning from the University of California, Los Angeles, currently an Associate Professor at the School of Economics and at NPGAU - Graduate Program in Architecture and Urbanism, both at UFMG. Prof. Monte-Mór conducts researches at Cedeplar - Center for Regional Development and Planning, on urbanization, environment and planning, and coordinated the Metropolitan Plan of Belo Horizonte.

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General Index Abdalla F.T.M. PS31.2, PS2.1 Abreu M.N.S. OS3.2 Acharya A. PS16.3, PS24.1 Afasanwo B.K. PS30.1 Agarwal A. OS2.1 Agarwal S. OP10.2, OS8.2 Aguilera S.L.V.U. OS7.1 Ahmed K. PS24.3 Ahmed S. OS10.5 Akinwale O.P. PS11.7 Albuquerque E.L. PS9.2 Almeida M.C.M. OS2.4 Almeida R.C. PS35.6 Almeida S.L. OS16.4 Amaniafrakti B. PS32.3 Amesty S. OP7.2, OS3.3 Amoako-Sakyi R.O. OS14.1 Anderson L. PS36.9 Andrade A.C.S. OS4.2 Andrade M.F. PS14.2 Andrade M.V. PS16.5 Araújo V.E.M. OS2.2, OS2.3 Armada F. PS11.1 Arnone J.F. PS15.5 Assunção R.S. OP5.5 Audi C.A.F. PS17.4 Avosa G.M. PS5.5 Ayanlade O.S. OS15.1 Ayannlade A. OS16.1 Azodo C.C. PS4.3, OS11.5 Babatimehin O. PS29.1 Balakrishnan A. PS15.8 Banerjee S. OS35.4 Barata M.M.L. PS6.2

Bassier-Paltoo M.A. PS15.10, OP6.2 Bauze A.E. PS36.8 Begum H.A. OS35.1, OS27.1 Belayneh N.T. PS15.12 Bello B. OS6.3 Bhardwaj R. OS26.1 Bharti J. OS22.1 Bispo S. OP4.2, PS22.3 Boclin K.L.S. OS4.4 Bolori M.T. PS21.4 Bond K.T. OS39.1 Böse K.P. OS24.1 Boulange C. PS26.3 Braga L.S. OP10.3 Brinkley-Rubinstein L. OS28.1 Broenen E. PS10.6 Bueno R.E. OS38.2 Burgos S. PS9.1 Caetano V.R.G. PS14.5 Caiaffa W.T. OS4.5 Camargos V.P. OS26.2 Campos F.R. PS21.5 Carellos E.V.M. PS16.10 Carneiro A.S. PS10.7 Carroll J.A. PS16.2 Carter N. PS32.7 Castro D.J.N.A. PS10.11 Castro J. PS36.12 Chakraborty S. OP10.4 Chan N.H. PS32.4 Chandran A. OS21.1 Chang H.C. OS8.3 Coelho L.G. PS10.1 Coelho M.S.Z.S. OS15.2

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Cohen S.C. OS17.4 Cook S.H. PS30.5 Côrtes M.G. OP4.1 Costa M.R. OS3.4, OS28.2 Costa R.G.R. PS15.7 Costa S.S. PS36.2 Craven K. OS14.2 Crawford N.D. PS30.4, OS39.2 Cruvinel G.T. OP6.5 Cunha M.C.M. PS3.1 Dantas A. PS31.1, OS7.2 Das K.C. PS6.1, PS18.2 David L.C OP3.3 Dawson J. PS11.2 Dayrell M. OP2.2 Deveshwar-Bahl G. PS5.2 Dode A.C. OS29.5 Domingues L.C.S.M. OS40.1 Duczmal L.H. OP11.1 Duran A.C.F.L. OS5.1 Eichleay M. OS26.3 Ejaz M. OS27.2 Ettarh R. PS37.1 Fan X. OS11.3 Fang L. OS32.1 Farhana D. PS12.4 Fayazbakhsh A. OS17.3 Fernandes D. PS35.5 Ferreira F.R. PS1.2 Francisco A.P. OP6.6 Francisco Filho L.L. PS17.3 Francois A. OS36.2, OS3.1 Freitas E.D. OS30.4 Friche A.A.L. OS30.1, OP5.4 128

Friche C.P. PS10.12 Fuller C.M. OS3.5 Furtado K.M. OS8.4 Gaur K. PS4.1 Geletu Z. A. PS15.11 Ghosh S. OS14.4 Giatti L.L. OS18.1 Gogoi M. PS23.1 Gonçalves R. PS10.2 Gonçalves V.M. OS21.2 Gondo T. OS31.3, OS7.3 Goston J.L. PS1.1, OS4.1 Goswami H. OS29.1 Goyal R.S PS16.11, PS19.6 Guarnieri J.C. PS36.1 Guimarães C.C.P.A. PS36.3 Gumbo T. PS8.1 Gupta A. OS10.3, OS10.4 Guzman T.C. OP9.1, PS25.3 Hamilton C. PS10.9 Haque N. OS20.1 Herbert L. PS5.3 Híjar M. PS34.2 Hofelmann D.A. OP6.3 Hoogeveen C. OS39.3, PS10.10 Hoque Z. PS13.4 Hossain M.A. OS12.5 Hunter P. OS13.1 Ige O.K. PS16.8, OS23.1 Ikotun J.O. OS34.2 Ilesanmi O.S. OS21.5 Ilevbare F. PS15.1 Isaac L. OS10.2 Ishitani L.H. PS28.3


Islam A. PS9.3 Islam M. PS10.5 Islam S. PS15.13 Ivanovic J. OS27.4 Ivo A.M.S. PS25.1 Jacob S.T. OS6.4 Jacoby J.E. OP8.2 Jesus J.C. OS24.2 Kabiru C.W. OS28.3 Kala R. OS16.2 Kamunya R. OS5.2, PS14.10 Kano M. OS23.2 Kashiwabara M. PS11.3, PS11.5 Kawa H. PS19.3 Khan G.N. OS35.2, PS21.3 Khan L.N. OP1.1 Khan S.H. PS3.5, PS11.9 Kivila S.K. OS10.6 Klar S.A OP2.1 Kori E. PS37.2 Kristjansson E. OS9.1, PS22.2 Kumar Abhishek OS13.2, OS18.2 Kumar Ashish PS18.4, OS22.5 Kumi-Kyereme A. OS6.1, OS10.1 Lahariya C. OS12.1 Lansky S. OS24.3 Lapitan J.M. PS13.1 Lee V.E. PS14.4 Leeuw E. OS38.3 Linton S.L. PS8.3 Liu J. PS8.5 Lopes A.M.C.S. PS10.4 Lopez M. PS11.4 Louise M. PS10.8, OS16.3 Loyola E.T. PS11.8

Lumumba V. OS6.2 Lustosa P.R. OS22.2 Macedo M.R.C. PS30.3 Machado E.L. OS23.4 Macinko J. OS17.1 Mahamoud A. OS19.1 Maharishi R. PS32.6 Maia J.X. PS14.3 Majhi J.R. PS25.4 Marcolino M.S. OP7.3 Mariwah S. OS40.2, PS18.1 Martin A. OS29.4 Martin S. PS7.1, OS37.1 Martins E.M. OS37.5 Martins P.A. OS5.3 Masuno K. PS2.2, OS19.2 Matulja A. OS1.2 McCay E. PS21.1 Meireles A.L. OS9.2, OS28.4 Mendes L.L. OP5.1 Menezes F.C. PS15.2 Mensah A.O. PS26.1 Merkel S. OS35.3 Milam A.J. PS14.9 Minowa E. OS22.4 Missagia S. OS29.2 Mogo E.I. OS17.2 Molla S.I. OS31.5, PS9.4 Moller H. OS34.1 Moore H.K. PS16.6 Moraes J.R. OP8.1 Morais M.H.F. PS15.6 Morais M.P. PS18.3 Morales J.Z. PS15.4 Morasa E.K. OS20.2 Moreira J.P.L PS33.1

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Moreira L.M.C. PS14.1 Mori N. PS12.1 Morton W. PS16.9, OS26.4 Moura L.R. PS32.2, PS21.2 Muckle W. PS4.2 Mukherjee G. OP3.2, PS5.4 Mutazu A. OS40.4, PS8.2 Muyunga T. PS34.3 Nabuco A.L. OS30.5 Nandi V. OS36.4 Netto F.A.F. PS30.2 Nigam R. OS19.3, PS21.6 Nogueira H. OP10.1 Nwokoro I. PS17.1 , OS40.3 Nxumalo N. OS8.5 Nyugen K.H. OS12.2 O'Brien J. OS25.5 Odeh M.M. PS24.2 Ogendi J.O. PS28.1, OS21.3 Ogun A.A. OS34.3 Okamoto M. OS20.3 Oliveira G.L. OS13.3 Oliveira M.A. PS3.2 Oliveira. E. PS26.2 Oluwafemi O.A. PS19.4 Omotoso O. OS11.4, OS27.3 Ompad D.C. OS36.6, PS23.2 Osazuwa-Peters N. OS39.4 Oscar JĂşnior A.C.S. PS14.8, OS15.3 Ostadtaghizadeh A. OS19.4 Oteng-Ababio M. OS31.1, OS31.2 Oyekanmi B. OS2.6 Pagare V.B. PS15.9 Palutturi S. OS33.3

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Papini S. OS2.5 Patel R.B. OS1.3 Paul S. PS35.7 Peled M. OP3.1, OS14.3 Piccinini L.T.S. OP6.1, OP6.4 Pilkington A. OS37.2, OS39.5 Pina A. PS35.1 Pinheiro S.L.L.A. OS9.3 Pinto R.M. OS32.3, OP7.1 Prasad A. OS1.1, OS33.2 Prusty R.K. PS16.1 Qadeer S. OS40.5 Rahman N. PS32.5 Rai R.K. OS6.5 Ramadhan A.A. OS11.6 Ramos C.G.C. OP5.3 Rantala R. PS35.8, PS7.3 Rashid A. PS16.7 Rehman M.Y.A. PS19.2 Reis J.V. PS36.6 Reklaitiene R. OS9.4 Ribeiro E.I. PS2.5 Ribeiro R.Q.C. OS25.4 Richter M. OS11.2 Rishani S. OS30.2 Rivera A.V. OS36.3 Rocha D.P. PS8.4 Rodrigues A.L.C. OS31.4 Rodrigues E.M.S. PS28.2 Rodrigues F.G. PS36.11 Rodrigues J.F.C. PS2.3, PS2.4 Romero R.V. OS13.4 Rudolph A.E. OS30.3, OS36.1 Saad A. PS5.1 Sahoo PC. PS36.5


Saikia N. OS12.3, OS12.4 Saleh I. OS29.3 Salehi R. OS32.4, OS11.1 Sales A.D.F. OS25.1 Samband M. PS35.3 Samuel K. PS13.2 Sanches M.Z. PS22.1 Santana A.B.N. PS36.10 Santos S. OS37.3 Sawant K. OS1.4 Schofield L. PS37.4 Schwab G.L. PS7.2 Sethi D. OS25.2 Sethi V. OS5.5 Shankardass K. OS38.4 Sharma M.K. PS14.6 Siddique M.A.B. PS36.4 Silva H.M. PS34.1 Silva K.R. PS26.4 Simões T.C. PS3.4 Simomura V.L. PS27.1 Simone G.C. PS37.3 Singh L. PS10.13, PS15.14 Singh P.K. OS33.4, OS7.4 Singh R.B. OS15.4 Singh R.K. OS18.3 Smith A. OS36.5, OS4.3 Somayajulu U.V. PS17.2, OS25.3 Sousa T.R.V. OS21.4 Souza J.J.L. PS13.3 Souza R.A. PS14.11

Sperandio A.M.G. OS33.1, OS22.3 Stadelmann L.E. OS23.3 Stewart D. PS20.1, OS28.5 Stoklosa H. PS19.5 Subbaraman R. OS40.6 Talukder S.H. PS32.1, PS11.6 Tavares T.F. OS5.4 Thomson D.R. OS16.5 Tilahun H.A. PS31.3 Turci M.A. OS32.2 Turner A.K. PS14.7 Tutu E.O. PS19.1 Udegboka N. OS37.4, PS14.13 Ueyama S. OS26.5 Vargas W.P. PS3.3 Vearey J. OS8.1 , OS18.4 Vedovato G.M. PS36.7 Velasquéz-Meléndez G. PS12.3, OP5.2 Veras R.M. PS10.3, PS25.2 Verissimo L.C.G. OS38.1 Vianna N.A. PS15.3 Vianna P.V.C. PS35.4 Villegas C.M. OS38.5 Wallace S.A. OS20.4 Werts N. PS14.12 Westphal M.F. PS16.4 White M.R. OS34.4 Xu J. PS13.5 Zangouei F. PS35.2 Zenk S.N. PS12.2

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Co-Sponsors African Centre for Cities Associação Brasileira De Pós-Graduação Em Saúde Coletiva (ABRASCO) Center for Research on Inner City Health Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health Frente Nacional dos Prefeitos Fundação Oswaldo Cruz (FIOCRUZ) Georgia State University Partnership for Urban Health Global Health Institute of Duke University Harvard School of Public Health Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, St. Michael’s Hospital Toronto Northeastern University OPAS – Organização Pan-Americana De Saúde (PAHO) Programa de Pós-Graduação em Saúde Pública (UFMG) Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto University of Cape Town University Pennsylvania School of Nursing Wellcome Trust WHO Kobe Centre

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