World Congress on Public Health 2017 Digital Posters

Aiding patient adherence to physiotherapist-prescribed self-management strategies: An evidence-based behavioural model.
Kerry Peek
ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION
Audrone Barkauskiene
Alcohol use during aquatic activities; perspectives from Western Australian School Leavers
Stephanie Enkel
Associations between behavioural risk factors and overweight and obesity among adults in population-based samples from 31 countries
Supa Pengpid
Changes in smoking behaviour among physicians in Estonia in 1982-2014
Kersti Pärna
Considering Gambling Involvement in the Understanding of Problem Gambling: A large Cross-sectional Study of an Australian Population
Kristal Yeung
Early Life Behavioural Interventions Delivered by Health Professionals to Prevent Overweight/Obesity: What Works, and Why?
Marita Hennessy
Identification Of Dietary Patterns Associated With Blood Pressure In A Sample Of Overweight Australian Adults
Shirin Anil
Implementing a Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Challenge to Address Sugar Consumption
Jaycee Sabapathy
Lifestyle
Audrone Barkauskiene
LIFESTYLE BEHAVIOURS
Audrone Barkauskiene
Marijuana use and association with chronic diseases and health-related quality of life in Guam.
Helene Le Mouellic Paulino
Menace of Use of Aphrodisiacs in Ghana: Conclusions and Recommendations of Scientific Workshop
George Amofah
Relationship Between Depressive Disorder And Adherence To Anti-Tuberculosis Therapy
RAVDEEP KAUR
SECONDHAND WATERPIPE SMOKING AND ITS ASSOCIATION WITH SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATION AMONG EMPLOYEES OF CAFÉS
Rabia Baloch
SMOKING
Audrone Barkauskiene
The impact of Internet use on health-related behaviours and wellbeing of older adults and elderly with disability.
Mariusz Duplaga
The primary care, public health and health promotion practices of complementary healthcare providers in Australia
Jon Wardle
The role of alcohol related facial flushing response on the relationship between risk of hyperuricemia and alcohol consumption
EOCHIN KIM
User Experiences Of Sit Stand Workstations: A Qualitative Study.
Tessa Keegel