Extended Programme - EPPC2018

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Extended Programme

Programme
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th 2018
12.00 - 13.00
Registration, sandwiches & coffee
13.00 - 13.15
Conference Opening and Welcome (Room: Pand - Refter)
13.15 - 14.00

PLENARY SESSION I
Behavioral flexibility: a key factor in chronic pain management
Rikard Wicksell (Sweden)
14.00 - 14.45

PLENARY SESSION II
E-health and the use of technology in the context of pediatric psychology: examples from healthy lifestyles research
Ann Davis (USA)
14.45 - 15.15
Coffee break (Rooms: Pand - Kapittelzaal + Monasterium - Aubertuskerk)
15.15 - 16.45
PARALLEL SESSIONS I

15.15


15.35


15.55


16.15
Symposium: Bright ideas for everyday living: development, implementation, evaluation, and dissemination of a research-tested psychosocial intervention

Chair: Sasja A. Schepers (USA)

Bright IDEAS: Development, Implementation, and Evidence
Michael J. Dolgin (Israël)

Testing an Online Version of Bright IDEAS for Parents of Children Newly Diagnosed
Sean Phipps (USA)

Translating Bright IDEAS to New Populations: Adolescents and Young Adults (AYA)
Katie Devine (USA)

Using an Adaptive Dissemination Strategic Planning Process to Bring Bright IDEAS from Bench to Bedside
Olle Jane (USA)

Room: Monasterium (St.-Marcus) (+1)

15.15


15.35


15.55


16.15
Symposium: Innovative (cognitive-behavioral) interventions in the children’s hospital

Chair: Elisabeth M.W.J. Utens (The Netherlands)

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) in children and adolescents with subthreshold PTSD following medical events: a randomized controlled trial
Maya G. Meentken (The Netherlands)

The multidisciplinary CHIP-Family intervention to improve psychosocial wellbeing of young children with congenital heart disease and their families: a randomized controlled trial
Malindi van der Mheen (The Netherlands)

Effectiveness of disease-specific cognitive behavioral therapy on anxiety, depression and quality of life in youth with inflammatory bowel disease: a randomized controlled trial
Luuk Stapersma (The Netherlands)

Health-Related Quality of Life of children and their parents six months after critical illness
José Hordijk (The Netherlands)

Room: Pand (Refter) (0)

15.15


15.35


15.55


16.15
Symposium: Clinical pediatric neuropsychology: a developmental perspective. Recent findings on risk factors and evolution of neuropsychological problems and their impact on daily life

Chair: Jurgen Lemiere (Belgium)

Effects of maternal cancer diagnosis and treatment during pregnancy on cognitive development in toddlerhood
Tineke Vandenbroucke (Belgium)

Deficits in neuropsychological functioning of children with a neuromuscular disease: an often forgotten issue in infancy and primary school
Sam Geuens (Belgium)

Comparison of cognitive abilities and social responsiveness skills in children with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome (22q11DS) and children with idiopathic intellectual disability (IID)
Ann Swillen (Belgium)

Neurodevelopment in childhood cancer patients and long-term treatment-related effects
Charlotte Sleurs (Belgium)

Room: Pand (Prior) (+1)
15.15 - 16.45
Clinical Workshop: ACT as a behavioral medicine approach to treat pediatric chronic pain

Rikard Wicksell (Sweden)

Room: Monasterium (St.-Aubertuskerk) (0)


17.00 - 18.00
DEBATE

“To tweet or not to tweet” pro-con debate: we should (not) use social media
Judith Young & Martha Deiros Collado (United Kingdom)

(Room: Pand-Refter)
19.00 - …
Social Programme
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st 2018
08.30 - 09.00
Registration + coffee
09.00 - 10.30
PARALLEL SESSIONS II


09.00


09.20


09.40


10.00

Symposium: Resilience in the context of pediatric pain

Chair: Rikard Wicksell (Sweden)

Adolescents’ adaptive and maladaptive pain-related behaviors in context: a daily diary approach
Melanie Beeckman (Belgium)

How do basic psychological needs and parental autonomy-support help adolescents to live adaptively with chronic pain?
Annina Riggenbach (Switserland)

Capturing resilience through engagement in life: Exposure-based treatment for youth with chronic pain
Laura Simons (USA)

ACTsmart - feasibility and preliminary outcome of smartphone delivered ACT for adolescents with chronic pain and their parents
Linda Holmström (Sweden)

Room: Pand (Refter) (0)


09.00


09.20


09.40


10.00

Symposium: Psychosocial aspects in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes and their parents

Chair: Cynthia Van Gampelaere (Belgium)

llness identity in youth with type 1 diabetes: A person-centered approach
Leen Oris (Belgium)

Worries, mindfulness and parenting: A diary study in parents of children with type 1 diabetes
Cynthia Van Gampelaere (Belgium)

Youth with type 1 diabetes in transition to adolescence: the role of executive functioning and changing diabetes responsibilities on glycemic control
Maartje de Wit (The Netherlands)

A model of the influence of psychosocial and treatment-related variables on adherence and metabolic control in adolescents with type 1 diabetes mellitus
Mikael Thastum (Denmark)

Room: Pand (Prior) (+1)


09.00


09.20


09.40


10.00

Paper session: Children in the NICU

Chair: Kiki Mastroyannopoulou (United Kingdom)

A sensory processing perspective on symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and autism spectrum disorder in very preterm children
Tinka Bröring (The Netherlands)

Parental mental health in the first months after discharge from the neonatal intensive care unit: a pilot study
Mieke Ouwendijk (The Netherlands)

Trajectory of pain and distress in hospitalized children
Nátali Castro Antunes Caprini Oliveira (Brazil)

Beyond gestational age: parenting during toddlerhood predicts cognitive and behavioural functioning in 6-year-old moderately preterm born children
Lilly Bogičević (The Netherlands)

Room: Pand (Oude Infirmerie) (+2)
09.00 - 10.30
Clinical workshop: A multidisciplinary approach to the evaluation and treatment of feeding disorders in toddlers from the psychological perspective

Ann Davis (USA)

Room: Pand (Vermeylen) (+2)
10.30 - 11.00
Coffee break  & Poster session I (Rooms: Pand - Kapittelzaal + Kloostergang)
11.00 - 12.30
PARALLEL SESSIONS III

11.00


11.20


11.40


12.00
Paper session: The role of parents in the context of children's chronic health conditions

Chair: Laura Simons (USA)

Parental presence during child burn wound care procedures: child and parent experiences
Marthe Egberts (The Netherlands)

Parent outcomes of an interdisciplinary pediatric chronic pain treatment program
Julia Z. Benjamin (USA)

Parents’ experiences of discussions about organ and tissue donation at end of life: The value of asking
Anne-Sophie Darlington (United Kingdom)

Understanding children´s with epilepsy perceptions of stigma in the context of the family: the moderating role of their parents’ social comparison orientation
Teresa Paula Gameiro Pompeu Mendes (Portugal)

Room: Pand (Refter) (0)

11.00


11.20


11.40


12.00
Paper session: The clinical practice of pediatric psychology

Chair: Chris Verhaak (The Netherlands)

The role of a psychologist in a multidisciplinary approach in helping children and adolescents managing their chronic illness
Steven Allaert & Veerle Maelbrancke (Belgium)

Understanding perceptions of paediatric advanced care planning
Lyndsey Carlson (United Kingdom)

Use of KLIK in clinical practice: implementation of electronic patient reported outcomes
Hedy van Oers (The Netherlands)

When I grow up – designing a standardised hospital-wide transition service for non-standardised diseases
Alice Morgan (Australia)

Room: Pand (Vermeylen) (+2)


11.00


11.20


11.40


12.00
Symposium: Coping with STRESS: biological and behavioral pathways to psychopathology and excess weight gain in youth

Chair: Sandra Verbeken (Belgium)
Discussant: Nathalie Michiels (Belgium)

Stressors and emotion regulation as predictors of perceived stress and stress biomarkers in adolescents
Joanna Klosowska (Belgium)

Salivary metabolomics as a new tool for unravelling stress obesity pathways in adolescents from a clinical public health perspective
Sandra Verbeken (Belgium)

Stress and (un)healthy food behavior: the moderating role of emotional eating and emotion regulation: An Ecologically Momentary Assessment study
Taaike Debeuf (Belgium)

The stress reducing effect of a short emotion regulation (ER) training for adolescents at risk
Brenda Volkaert (Belgium)

Room: Pand (Oude Infirmerie) (+2)
11.00 - 12.30
Publishing workshop: Publishing your work in Pediatric Psychology: Maximizing Your Chances of Success

Jennifer Verrill Schurman (Editor Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology) & Melissa Alderfer (Associate Editor Journal of Pediatric Psychology) (USA)

Room: Pand (Prior) (+1)
12.30 - 13.30
Lunch  & Poster session II (Rooms: Pand - Kapittelzaal + Kloostergang)
13.30 - 14.15

PLENARY SESSION III

Transition from pediatric to adult health care: an opportunity for psychology
Adrienne Kovacs (USA)

(Room: Pand - Refter)
14.15 - 15.45
PARALLEL SESSIONS IV



14.15


14.35


14.55


15.15

Symposium: Perspectives of patients, parents and siblings on family adjustment to childhood cancer: contrasts, associations, and prospective predictors

Chair: Marieke Van Schoors (Belgium)
Discussant: Melissa A. Alderfer (USA)

Longitudinal analyses of coping and post-traumatic growth in children and adolescents diagnosed with cancer: Coping near diagnosis through 5 years later
Kemar V. Prussien (USA)

Parents’ perspectives of change within family functioning after a pediatric cancer diagnosis
Marieke Van Schoors (Belgium)

The adjustment of siblings of children with cancer, their parents, and family functioning: A comparison to families of healthy children
Melissa A. Alderfer (USA)

Adjustment in childhood cancer survivors, healthy peers, and their parents: The mediating role of parenting perceptions
Sasja A. Schepers (USA)

Room: Pand (Vermeylen) (+2)


14.15


14.35


14.55


15.15

Symposium: Utilizing mixed methods to elucidate biopsychosocial factors in pediatric chronic pain

Chair: Christine B. Sieberg (USA)

Psychophysical factors contributing to chronic pelvic pain in adolescent and young adult women with endometriosis
Christine B. Sieberg (USA)

Which passengers are on your bus? A qualitative analysis of the hurdles adolescents with chronic pain need to overcome to make progress
Konrad VA Jacobs (United Kingdom)

Parental appraisals of injustice in the context of pediatric pain: A mixed methods approach
Fleur E. J. Baert (Belgium)

Diagnostic and treatment dilemmas in chronic pain and somatization disorders: Neurobiological factors, stigmatization of the sufferer, and longitudinal outcome data in children
Bruce Dick (Canada)

Room: Pand (Prior) (+1)



14.15


14.35


14.55


15.15

Symposium: Challenges for children and adolescents with gender dysphoria and sex chromosome DSD

Chair: Arianne Dessens (The Netherlands)
Discussant: Jolien Laridaen (Belgium)

Emotional and behavioural problems in Flemish youth with gender dysphoria measured by the CBCL and YSR
Gaia Van Cauwenberg & Jolien Laridaen (Belgium)

Highlights in working with (younger) children with genderdysphoric feelings
Heidi Vanden Bossche (Belgium)

Social, emotional and behavioral problems in individuals with Klinefelter syndrome (47,xxy): a focus on underlying neurocognitive mechanisms
Sophie Van Rijn (The Netherlands)

What’s new in clinical management for girls with Turner syndrome? Updated clinical guidelines for psychologists
Arianne Dessens (The Netherlands)

Room: Pand (Oude Infirmerie) (+2)
14.15 - 15.45
Clinical workshop: The transition from pediatric to adult care: From guidelines to clinical practice

Adrienne Kovacs (USA)

Room: Pand (Refter) (0)
15.45 - 16.15
Coffee break  & Poster session III (Rooms: Pand - Kapittelzaal + Kloostergang)
16.15 - 17.15
PARALLEL SESSIONS V


16.15


16.35


16.55

Paper session: The use of technology in pediatric psychology interventions

Chair: Anne-Sophie Darlington (United Kingdom)

Virtual reality analgesia: effectiveness with children and adolescents undergoing venipuncture
Barbara Atzori (Italy)

Game on! Gamification and development of an online game to improve self-management and transition in children and young people with a chronic renal condition
Anne-Sophie Darlington (United Kingdom)

How do children with diabetes evaluate the usability of a personal robot buddy supporting self-management, at camp?
Sylvia van der Pal (The Netherlands)

Room: Pand (Refter) (0)

16.15


16.35


16.55
Paper session: Innovative research in childhood cancer survivors

Chair: Martha Grootenhuis (The Netherlands)

Coping trajectories and the health-related quality of life of childhood cancer survivors
Rachel S. Fisher (USA)

Childhood cancer impact on parenting – a qualitative study with parents of childhood cancer survivors
Margarida Custódio dos Santos (Portugal)

Nourish-t: intervening with parents to improve the eating and physical activity behaviors of pediatric cancer survivors with obesity
Marilyn Stern (USA)

Room: Pand (Oude Infirmerie) (+2)


16.15


16.35


16.55

Symposium: Fairies at the incubator: family-centered care in the NICU

Chair: Bieke Bollen (Belgium)

A new concept of family-centered care in neonatology
Gunnar Naulaers (Belgium)

Fairies at the incubator: psychotherapy with (preterm) infants and their parents
Sarah Van Ransbeek & Janne Houben (Belgium)

Innovative research in the NICU, building better family-centered care
Bieke Bollen & Chiara Bernagie (Belgium)

Room: Pand (Prior) (+1)

16.15


16.35


16.55
Symposium: Eating and weight problems from childhood to adolescence

Chair: Lien Goossens (Belgium)

The role of specific Executive Function abilities in obese youngsters
Tiffany Naets (Belgium)

Unravelling the Association between Inhibitory Control and Loss of control over Eating among Youngsters.
Eva Van Malderen (Belgium)

Parental school-based intervention to promote young children’s eating behaviors: effectiveness and predictors of outcome
Luisa Barros (Portugal)

Room: Pand (Vermeylen) (+2)
17.15 - 17.45
Closing + Best Poster Award (Room: Pand - Refter)
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