Scientific Programme

Motto

Obesity calls for actions – Multidisciplinary approach in treatment and prevention

Detailed programme

All times in the congress programme are in Central European Summer Time – CEST (UTC + 2).
 

7 October 2021

09:00–10:30 OPENING SESSION
Chair: Eszter Halmy
09:00–09:05 Eszter Halmy (Hungary): Welcome
09:05–09:20 Ildikó Horváth (Hungary): Messages from the State Secretary response for the Public Health
09:20–09:40 Jason Halford (England): COVID-19 and Living with Obesity: The EUROPEANS study
09:40–10:00 András Falus (Hungary): Obesity and chronic inflammation in post-covid syndrome CANCELLED
10:00–10:15 Dana Müllerová (Czech Republic): Obesity in Central Europe Region, history and future vision
10:15–10:30 Break
10:30–11:35 SESSION 1: OBESITY AND PUBLIC HEALTH
Chair: Tamás Forster
10:35–10:50 István Barna (Hungary): Nationwide Comprehensive Health Screening Program in Hungary (NACOHESP-HU9) 2010-2020-2030 (MAESZ)
10:50–11:05 Lidia Arhire (Romania): Multidisciplinary approach to obesity management in Romania
11:05–11:20 Eszter Halmy (Hungary): 10-year results (2010–2019) on obesity in Hungarian Nationwide Comprehensive Health Screening Program 2010–2020–2030
11:20–11:35 Diána Bánáti (Hungary): Nutrition Science and the Society
11:35–11:55 INDUSTRY LECTURE 1
Diána Sárga (Nestlé Hungary): Results of 4–10 year old children dietary and physical activity survey and the comparison of the main results with the survey conducted among this age group in 214
11:55–12:15 INDUSTRY LECTURE 2
Éva Lajkó (ALSAD Hungary): Digital health to tackle obesity and chronic conditions: a personalised approach for better care
12:15–13:00 Lunch
13:00–14:30 SESSION 2: FROM BASIC TO CLINICAL SCIENCES
Chair: Lubomira Fabryova
13:00–13:15 Jan Kopecky (Czech Republic): Muscle nonshivering thermogenesis
13:15–13:30 Teodora Handjieva-Darlenska (Bulgaria): Effect of Orlistat on ghrelin levels in obese rats CANCELLED
13:30–13:45 Irena Aldhorn Hainerová (Czech Republic): Melanocortin pathway: pathophysiological and clinical implications
13:45–14:00 Lubomira Fabryova (Slovakia): Diabesity management - glucocentric vs obesitocentric point of view or both?
14:00–14:15 Magdolna Dank (Hungary): Treatment of sarcopenic obesity in oncology
14:15–14:30 Martin Haluzik (Czech Republic): Targeting the Gastrointestinal Tract to Treat Obesity and Diabetes
14:30–14:35 Break
14:35–15:50 SESSION 3: CONNECTIONS OF RISK REDUCTION IN OBESITY RELATED DISEASES
Chair: Edward Franek
14:35–14:55 Edward Franek (Poland): Cardiovascular risk and harm reduction in lifestyle related diseases
14:55–15:15 Jan Henzel (Poland): How does diet and excercise affect coronary plaques? Insights from the DISCO-CT study
15:15–15:35 David Khayat (France): Obesity and Cancer
15:35–15:50 Discussion
15:50–15:55 Break
15:55–17:10 SESSION 4: MULTIDISCIPLINARY OBESITY MANAGEMENT
Chair: Imre Rurik
15:55–16:10 Constantine Tsigos (Greece): Clinical Evaluation of the Obese Patient
16:10–16:25 Imre Rurik (Hungary): Primary Care Obesity Management in Hungary
16:25–16:40 Daniela Mináriková (Slovakia): General practitioners in slovakia and cancer prevention about obesity and other lifestyle factors
16:40–16:55 Adela Penesová (Slovakia): Effect of radical lifestyle changes in extremly obese
16:55–17:10 Volkan Yumuk (Turkey): Multidisciplinary approach to managing obesity CANCELLED
   

8 October 2021

09:00–10:30 SESSION 5: THE ROLE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN OBESITY
Chair: Barbara Ukropcova
09:00–09:20 Barbara Ukropcová (Slovakia): Exercise modulates cognition in parallel with whole-body glucose metabolism
09:20–09:35 Martin Matoulek (Slovakia): Innovative technologies in obesity management
09:35–09:50 Dusan Hamar (Slovakia): Physical activity in seniors: sarcopenic obesity management
09:50–10:05 Michaela Šiklová (Czech Republic): Exercise training induces adaptive changes in adipose tissue of older women
10:05–10:20 Jozef Ukropec (Slovakia): Synergistic effects of exercise and carnosine in regulation of human energy metabolism
10:20–10:30 Zuzana Kovaničová (Slovakia): Role of parathyroid hormone in cold-induced thermogenic process and adipose tissue metabolic activation in relationship to whole-body metabolic phenotype
10:30–10:35 Break
10:35–11:50 SESSION 6: NUTRITION IN OBESITY
Chair: Marie Kunešová
10:35–10:50 Marie Kunešová (Czech Republic): Nutrition in obesity prevention and treatment
10:50–11:05 Viera Kissová (Slovakia): Strategy and Types of dietary patterns  for the treatment of diabesity
11:05–11:20 Juliana Bhardwaj (Austria): Sugar reduction in beverages – from school action to nationwide public health initiative
11:20–11:35 Emese Antal (Hungary): How have the risk factors related to obesity during the coronavirus pandemia changed? – Results of two representative surveys
11:35–11:50 Andrea Molnár (Hungary): Enteral nutrition for obese COVID patients
11:50–12:30 Lunch – VISIT THE POSTERS ON VIRTUAL WALLS
  POSTERS
  Libuša Kubánová (Slovakia): Composition of Gut Microbiota in extremely obese Slovak patients
  Jose Eduardo Teixeira (Portugal): Overweight, central obesity and abdominal obesity in the middle-age adults in an inland region of Northland Portuguese: a pilot study
  Gracia L. Don (Argentina): Cardiometabolic risk factors in patients with coronary artery disease who are rehospitalized in the Service of Cardiology
  Edina Hormay (Hungary): Characteristic complex nature of the forebrain glucose-monitoring neurons
  Kitti Mintál (Hungary): Modifications of the gastrointestinal microbiome has huge impact on peripheral and central nervous processes
  Svetoslav Handjiev (Bulgaria): The Balkan Diet
  Tereza Metelcová (Czech Reublic): FADS1 gene polymorphism(s) and fatty acid composition of serum lipids in adolescents
  Sarolta Stomfai (Hungary): Non-invasive cardiovascular risk assessment in prepubertal children
12:30–12:50 PhD SESSION
Chair: Zoltán Karádi
12:30–12:40 Adrián Róbert Gál (Hungary): Assesment of non alcoholic fatty liver disease presence using a novel bioimpedance spectral analysis
12:40–12:50 Dagmar Halo (Czech Reublic): Stigma in the content of healthcare gender stereotypes as a limitation in obese patient treatment
12:50–13:00 Q&A POSTERS online discussion
Chair: Zoltán Karádi
13:00–14:00 SESSION 7: CIRCADIAN DYSFUNCTION IN OBESITY AND RELATED COMORBIDITIES
Chair: Ram B. Singh
13:00–13:15 Germaine Cornelissen (USA): Circadian Alterations in Obesity
13:15–13:30 Ram B. Singh (India): Can caloric restriction with six hours time restricted feeding, modulate risk of obesity?
13:30–13:45 M. A. Manal (UAE): Why are obese subjects more susceptible to Covid-19s: Cellular and biochemical mechanisms?
13:45–14:00 Ghizal Fatima (India): Disturbed Circadian Rhythm and Obesity
14:00–14:05 Break
14:05–15:20 SESSION 8: CHILDHOOD OBESITY
Chair: Dénes Molnár
14:05–14:20 Dénes Molnár (Hungary): Introductory lecture to the Childhood Obesity section of 8th CECON: Noncommunicable chronic disease prevention should start from childhood
14:20–14:35 Nikolett Szilfai (Hungary): Nutritional status of children in Hungary and investigation of factors responsible for obesity in the light of COSI
14:35–14:50 Kinga Bartha (Hungary): Effects of COVID-19 lockdown on children's lifestyle
14:50–15:05 Béres Dalma (Hungary): C-reactive protein level in obese Hungarian children
15:05–15:20 Szilvia Bokor (Hungary): Early life outcomes of Assisted reproduction technologies and the underlying epigenetic changes
15:20–15:25 Break
15:25–16:30 SESSION 9: BARIATRIC AND METABOLIC SURGERY
Chair: Elemér Mohos
15:25–15:45 Martin Fried (Czech Republic): Bariatric and metabolic surgical treatment – current situation and new developments.
15:45–16:00 Pavol Holeczy (Slovakia): Partial jejunoileal diversion - two years experience
16:00–16:15 Matej Pekar (Slovakia): The risk of sarcopenia development after bariatric/metabolic surgery
16:15–16:30 Elemér Mohos (Hungary): Bariatric surgery in Hungary


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