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STOP/CO-CREATE-PEN symposium - Shared screen with speaker view
Rita Horgan
26:28
connection is bad
Mario
27:09
The screen is flickering and switching constantly between the pdf viewer and outlook
Janas Harrington
27:58
yes it is Mario
ahrens
28:04
same flickering at my end
Valentina Possenti (ISS, Italy)
31:42
could it be an intended way to "move" up the webinar? ;)
lre.msc
37:46
Franco - is there anything concrete you can share re results? And which type of innovative approach do you use in WP10? thanks
romanika
01:30:13
1st slide
Piotr Romaniuk
01:30:16
just the title slide
Piotr Romaniuk
01:30:25
probably you must share another window
Catherine Woods
01:36:48
Great sessions, @Co-Create: Can you provide more information on rationale for turning indicators into questions to reflect broader policy environment?
Janas Harrington
01:43:08
Our expert panel consisted of academics, public health experts, food policy experts and representatives from NGOs with a food and nutrition brief
ahrens
01:44:16
@co-create: can you explain how you define the aspirational best practices? What are the criteria?
Franco Sassi
01:44:18
Q for Janas. How is impact on social inequality defined and assessed? I am surprised, for instance, to see that fiscal policies are viewed as improving inequalities, while they are usually opposed on the grounds of their supposedly regressive nature. If this assessment is based on expert opinion rather than evidence, this may not be accepted widely by stakeholders.
Catherine Woods
01:44:44
Thank you, very interesting and well done.
Gary Frost
01:56:12
Sorry need to leave for a few minutes
Karl Emmert-Fees
02:45:57
When do you plan to share the STOP microsimulation model?
ahrens
02:48:53
question
Nanna Lien
02:49:56
@ STOP What is the rational for having BMI as a risk factor and disease as end point? Are the key determinants from WP3 at all playing a role in the model?
Harry
02:56:56
Lasso and random forest models are used in the STOP microsimulation, I wonder why these two are used, not others?I
Sherria Ayuandini
03:09:16
Can I be made a co-host as well please as I will need to share my screen for the presentation? Thank you.
Alfredo Martínez
03:18:25
Super, Paulina!
Pep Tur
03:18:40
Congratulations Paulina !!!
Paulina Nowicka
03:31:40
Thank you Sherria for very interesting presentation. Did you see any gender differences in involvement or any other outcomes?
Evelyne Baillergeau
03:38:52
To Paulina: very interesting systemic review, in particular the highlight on social disparities in health care compared to obesity prevalence. How this systemic review feed into other components of STOP addressing social disparities in particular?
Franco Sassi
03:45:36
Q for Sherria. You seem to suggest that empowerment is a solution to support commitment by vulnerable groups and improve their outcomes. How generalizable is this? How do you empower people facing a daunting environment providing incentives to unhealthy behaviour?
Catherine Woods
03:51:32
To Co-Create: Do you have any models that you follow for youth empowerment? The Lundy Model is recommended by our (Irish) Dept. of Education... your thoughts on this or other models that might provide a useful guiding framework for empowering student voice would be useful.
Knut-Inge Klepp
03:52:09
question related to covid-19 impact
Paulina Nowicka
03:58:16
Can I answer about the Covid-19 impact? We have conducted a study on that...
Paulina Nowicka
03:58:28
And it shows a relevance for social disparities...
Janas Harrington
04:17:39
Thank you for organising this meeting