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O1: Adapting health communication due to the COVID-19 pandemic (O1.1)
Oral: Simulated Patient Care Conversations: A Goals of Patient Care Workshop
David White, Royal Perth Hospital, Australia

Teaching / Assessment

O1: Adapting health communication due to the COVID-19 pandemic (O1.2)
Oral: COVID-19 adaptations – communication skills training for professionals treating parents with cancer
Wiebke Frerichs, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany

Research

O1: Adapting health communication due to the COVID-19 pandemic (O1.3)
Oral: Transition to tele-health talking therapies for youth during the COVID 19 lockdown
Maria Stubbe, University of Otago, New Zealand

Policy / Practice

O1: Adapting health communication due to the COVID-19 pandemic (O1.4)
Oral: Patients’ perceptions of harmful communication in advanced cancer care during the Covid-19 pandemic
Janine Westendorp, Leiden University, Netherlands

Research

O1: Adapting health communication due to the COVID-19 pandemic (O1.5)
Oral: Perceived usefulness of ICT for consultation during the COVID-19 pandemic in France
Rajae Touzani, Institut Paoli-Calmettes, Aix-Marseille Univ, Inserm, IRD, France

Research

O2: Research on communication about difficult issues (O2.1)
Oral: The Effect of Prognostic Communication on Patient Outcomes in Palliative Cancer Care
Naomi van der Velden, Amsterdam UMC (locatie AMC), Netherlands

Research

O2: Research on communication about difficult issues (O2.2)
Oral: Mental health staff and patients’ perceptions of the risks and therapeutic potential of suicide talk
Sarah Peters, University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Research

O2: Research on communication about difficult issues (O2.3)
Oral: The effects of parent involvement in communication about treatment at the NICU: A systematic review
Nanon Labrie, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands

Research

O2: Research on communication about difficult issues (O2.4)
Oral: Open communication with cancer patients: Primary caregivers’ anticipatory grief and burnout
Talma Kushnir, Ariel University, Israel

Research

O2: Research on communication about difficult issues (O2.5)
Work in Progress: “You won’t even see the scar”- a qualitative study of risk communication prior to pediatric surgery
Pia H. Kuhlmann, Department of Medicine Faculty of Health, Witten/Herdecke University, Germany

Research