The Planetary Health Annual Meeting Poster Session will be Wednesday, May 30, 16:30-17:30, and Thursday, May 31, 15:30 – 17:30. This session provides an excellent opportunity and venue for individuals to present their research and have extended formal discussions with other meeting attendees.

You may browse the poster abstracts on our here.

Locate posters at the conference using the poster board numbers in the chart below.

Poster Board Abstract Title
1 A methodological exploration for assessing the impact of drought on stunting in Kenyan children
1 SOS! Summer of Smoke: an examination of the health effects of a record wildfire season in Canada’s subarctic
2 Collaborative and Participatory Dissemination of Techniques and Social Technologies for the Conservation of Water Resources
2 The impact of precipitation on clinic-diagnosed symptoms of enteric infections in Rusizi District, Rwanda
3 Extreme precipitation events and water quality in California: Implications for human health in a varying and changing climate
3 Ecosystem Services Provided by the Village Tank Cascade System (VTCS) in Sri Lanka: A Case Study of Bellankadawala VTCS
4 Nutritional impacts of flooding due to unseasonably early monsoon rainfall in Bangladesh
4 Integrated PHE Multi-Sectoral Approach for Effective River Basin Management:  The case of Omo Gibe River Basin, South West Ethiopia
5 Revitalising Informal Settlements and their Environment (RISE) in Fiji – an RCT study.
5 Digestion of aquaculture effluent and Saccharina latissima as a sustainable form of nutrient recycling in aquaponics/ hydroponics
6 Unintended consequences of pharmaceutical pollutants: insights from population-level surveys and point-of-care interviews to identify points of intervention
6 Oil extraction in the Peruvian Amazon basin and exposure to metals in indigenous populations
7 Monitoring toxic cyanobacteria blooms in the Lower Columbia River Basin
7 Ecological Dynamics of Vibrio parahaemolyticus in a New England Estuary
8 A Spatial Analysis of Chronic Kidney Disease Incidence, Water Drinking Patterns and Land Use Patterns in Vavuniya District in Sri Lanka
8 Cardiovascular and renal health effects of managed aquifer recharge to lower drinking water salinity in southwest coastal Bangladesh: a stepped-wedged cluster-randomized trial
9 Managed aquifer recharge systems yield microbiologically safe drinking water for the salinity-prone southwest coastal communities of Bangladesh
10 Planetary food systems: Principles for the 21st Century
10 Harnessing agricultural biodiversity and managing landscapes for improved nutrition and well-being in Sri Lanka
11 Exploring extended human-chicken interaction and associated public health risks and risk mitigation strategies in rural Tanzania
11 Mortality Impact of Low Annual Crop Yields in Rural Burkina Faso in the Context of Current and Future Climates
12 Animal to plant-sourced food shifts as a key climate change mitigation strategy
12 Improving efficiency in the food system and environmental conservation through agricultural biodiversity in Busia County
13 Genetic characterization of the airborne resistomes (multidrug resistant organisms) in the outdoor environment of Bangladesh with their temporospatial diversity and clinical significance
13 Overview of the Suggestion for the Establishment of the Grazing Reserve Bill and the Farmer – Herdsmen Rifts in Nigeria
14 Disentangling determinants of insecticide use to manage production, food security, and health risks: Evidence from household survey and risk assessment experiments in Cambodia and Vietnam
14 The role of drought tolerant crops in Food and Nutrition Security in Kenya
15 Zinc deficiency in India from future CO2
15 Application of the Dietary Environmental Index in USDA food patterns: a comparison of observed and recommended dietary patterns
16 Aflatoxin Contamination of Village Grains in Central Tanzania: Food and Agricultural Practices in Relation to Contamination and Exposure Risk
16 Development of the Food Composition Tables for Pacific Islands Household Income and Expenditure Surveys
17 Non-domesticated animal-source food consumption in Timor-Leste
17 The Ecological Impact of Obesity: The Metabolic Food Waste
18 Planetary Health at the Human-Wildlife Interface: Infection, Nutrition, and Culture in Nigerian Bushmeat Hunting Communities
18 Using a Planetary Health framework to promote food and nutrition security in United Arab Emirates (Dubai)
19 Effects of the Illegal Consumption of Sea Turtles on Environmental Security and Human Health in Northwestern Mexico
19 An environmentally friendly diet is associated with a lower medical expenditure – a prospective cohort study in Taiwan
20 Nutrition combined Environmental Assessment of Global Diets
20 Mitigating Food Shock Related Conflict and Migration with Index Insurance
21 Eating more to consume less: the role of nose to tail consumption of animal-source food in sustainable food systems
21 Student engagement in the process of topic inclusion for the NurSusTOOLKIT
22 Catalyzing Planetary Health Engagement at a University
22 Integrating One Health/Planetary Health into the Training of Health Professionals: Experience from Makerere University, Uganda
23 Embedding climate change and sustainability into nursing curricula -The NurSusTOOLKIT
23 Emancipatory Nursing: opportunities for action in the Anthropocene
24 Health Impacts of Climate Change Should and Can Be Integrated Into University Programs
24 Using art and story to explore how primary school students in rural Tanzania understand planetary health: research in process
25 Attitudes towards climate change and sustainability: A cohort study of student nurses and midwives exposed to sustainability education
25 Climate-health curricula among international health professions schools: a survey
26 New age public health professionals –enabling millennials to engage with the future of the planet
26 An EURACT-standard lecture of Planetary Health for Brazilian medical students
27 The Good of the Hive
27 Integrating ecological and equity dynamics into the development of an Environment, Community, Health Observatory Network: Lessons for complexity-oriented research in the Anthropocene
28 Planetary health in action: A community-based approach integrating conservation, livelihoods, and healthcare in Indonesian Borneo
28 Advancing Planetary Health Through Shared, Cross-sector Methods for Action Planning and Evidence Evaluation
29 Planetary Health in a Rapidly Changing Geopolitical Order- Role of Multi-Stakeholder Engagement & Dialogic Praxis in Resource-Constrained LMIC context
29 When health care undermines planetary and human health: a conceptual framework
30 Sustainability and Land Use Change in the Coastal Island of Lagos: Socio-Legal Framework Towards Sustainability of Healthy Environment
30 Iran’s research priorities to achieve health targets as outlined in the Sustainable Development Goals: Focus on research relevant to Planetary Health
31 Accelerating progress on health and well-being for sustainable development
31 Horizon Scanning for Future Health and Sustainability
32 Climate Change Induced Uncertainties on Social Determinants of Health: Implications for Transformative Change in the Indian Sundarbans
32 Systems approach applied to health management at the agriculture/environment/health interface in SEA, a collaborative approach for Research and Capacity Building
33 Building a Data Platform for Cross-Country Urban Health Studies: Lessons from Latin America
33 Using a Critical Literacy Framework to Promote Children as Change Agents through Environmental Research in Partnership with an American Indian Community
34 One-Health Research Fellowship Program in Pakistan – Lida Anestidou and Audrey Thèvenon (equal contribution)
34 Climate Change Connection to Health Impacts in Latin America; a Systematic Review
35 Testing the feasibility of delivering Pulmonary Rehabilitation via video-conferencing in rural areas to reduce travel and carbon footprints
35 Exposure to Urban Parks Improves Mood and Reduces Negativity on Twitter
36 Residential surrounding greenness is associated with slower cognitive decline in the ageing Whitehall II cohort: a longitudinal study
36 Prescriptions for antidepressant drugs increase after the recent major floods in England: controlled interrupted time series study
37 Residential surrounding greenness is associated with slower cognitive decline in the ageing Whitehall II cohort: a longitudinal study
37 Model Simulation of Margalla Forest to Mitigate Heatwaves and Improve Air Quality Index
38 Analysis of Airborne Particulate Matter Values Between Air Quality Monitoring Sites in Imperial County, California, as an Indication of Geographic Influences on Lung Health During Drought Periods
38 Air Quality, Airborne Diseases and Sustainability: Interpreting Human Health taking Case Study of Kolkata, India
39 Air Quality Measures in Morelia City, Michoacan, Mexico in 2016 and Risk Communication
39 Health Impact Assessment of Ashfall from Volcanic Eruptions: A Review of Evidence
40 Health, Livelihood, and Environmental Impacts of a Carbon Credit Financed  Large Scale Water Filter and Improved Cookstove Distribution in Rwanda
40 The Detailed Long History of Man-made Air Pollution and its Implications for Current Policy and Public Health
41 Is Antimicobial Resistance just another diffuse pollution problem?
41 Quantifying the health effects of climate change upon pollen allergy
42 Community-led Solutions to Improving Human and Planetary Health – Voices from the Field
42 Overcoming the global environmental health burden of our own development
43 Future Wildfires and Air Pollution-Related Health Damages
43 Climate Change and Urban Health: Combined Burden of Heat and Ultrafine Particles (UFP)
44 Income gap and social insurance coverage affect efficiency of decision making units in reducing temperature-related risks
44 Role of Participatory Forest Management (PFM) and Integrating Population Issues in Forest Conservation and Sustainable Use: The Case of Gimbo Woreda, South West Ethiopia
45 Forests improve vulnerable children’s diet in rural developing countries
45 Relationships between forests, deforestation and nutritional outcomes: an observational study in nine African countries
46 Impact of global change on future Ebola emergence and epidemic potential in Africa
46 A Qualitative Study Of Perceptions Of One Health In Sierra Leone
47 Landscape and climate determinants of Ae. albopictus abundance at the northern limits of the species’ range, United States
47 Assessing the effect of irrigated agriculture on the risk of Japanese encephalitis transmission in Asia.
48 Global effects of land use on zoonotic host communities
48 The Ecological, Socioeconomic and Spatial Mechanisms Behind Malaria Transmission in Rural Madagascar in the Face of Land Use Change
49 Demographic and environmental predictors of dengue and malaria incidence in Brazil
49 Modelling the impact of global environmental change on vector-borne disease risk
50 Quantifying the health benefits of limiting global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels: dengue fever in the Americas
50 The combined responses of major African zoonoses to environmental and socio-economic change
51 A scoping review to understand the relationship between climate change and schistosomiasis
51 Genetic characterization of the airborne resistomes (multidrug resistant organisms) in the outdoor environment of Bangladesh with their temporospatial diversity and clinical significance
52 Tungiasis in Madagascar: A Neglected Tropical Parasite Exacerbated by Climate Change?
52 Multinational patterns of seasonal asymmetry in human movement influence infectious disease dynamics and access to healthcare
53 Prevalence of MRSA and biofilm producing Staph. aureus among Smokers and non-smokers: A Cross-sectional study in Northern India
53 Schistosoma mansoni praziquantel treatment: low coverage due to individuals being systematically not offered rather than systematic non-compliers.
54 Living in cities and risk of Non-Communicable Diseases, a study in Spain
54 Urban interventions to improve environmental sustainability and health – the global HEALTHY-POLIS initiative
55 Modelling and mapping the spatial distribution of urban road traffic emission, health risks and social economic status in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
55 Building a Data Platform for Cross-Country Urban Health Studies: Lessons from Latin America
56 Public health and solid waste management in Sub-Saharan African cities: a study of Johannesburg, South Africa
56 Quantifying the Social Costs of Health Impacts from Urban Housing Developments
57 Exploring the evolving role of city networks in responding to the governance challenges facing planetary health action
57 Health and environmental co-benefits of active transport during childhood and adolescence: analysis of 32684 journeys in 9952 individuals
58 Mitigating the environmental Impact in hospital- experiences from a faith-based health promoting hospital in Taiwan
58 Women are at reduced risk of heat illness than men. A systematic review and meta-analysis
59 One Health, gender and biodiversity conservation
60 Gender and Nutrition Measurement Tools: Case Study Evaluating Their Appropriateness in Zambia


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