Results for PMAC 2019 Call for Abstracts


Congratulations to the authors of 88 selected abstracts whose abstracts has been selected to participate in the Prince Mahidol Award Conference 2019 “The Political Economy of NCDs: A Whole of Society Approach” to be held during 29 January – 3 February 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand. Please see the list of 88 selected abstracts below.


Please note that the Conference will make the decision on the type of presentation for the 88 abstracts whether as an oral presentation or a poster display before 15 November 2018. The invitation letter as well as presentation/display details will be communicated to the authors afterwards.


For the authors who requested sponsorship, the sponsorship will be provided based on funding availability and priority will be given to the authors of the abstracts who are selected for oral presentation. The Conference Secretariat will make the decision for sponsorship before 15 November 2018 as well.


We would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere thanks to all submitters for your contribution to the Prince Mahidol Award Conference 2019.


Thank you and best regards,
PMAC Secretariat


ID Abstract Title Submitter
A003 A rational basis for the provision of global functions for NCDs Arian Hatefi
A005 Effect of comprehensive intervention on hypertension control among employees in the Chinese stated-owned enterprise: a cluster controlled trial Yang Shen
A017 System Approaches to Address the Political Economy of NCDs Lonim Prasai Dixit
A018 Framing NCDs to accelerate politica actions Lonim Prasai Dixit
A035 Decentralization to create health-promoting environment: challenges in implementation of community health fund in Thailand Udomsak Saengow
A038 Health Care Access Experiences of Refugees with Non-Communicable Diseases in Canada: A Scoping Review Edward Cruz
A042 Investment law is ‘chilling’ health policy: fact or fiction? Ashley Schram
A044 Extent of integration of the WHO ‘Best buys’ in Nigeria’s non-communicable diseases prevention policies Mojisola Oluwasanu (Fayemi)
A046 Exporting epidemics? The impact of liberalisation on alcohol trade in the Asia-Pacific region Ashley Schram
A049 International trade agreements: opportunities or threats towards noncommunicable diseases Sharon Friel
A058 An International Comparative policy analysis to Accelerate Actions Against Determinants of NCDs: The Experience from Eight Countries Amirhossein Takian
A063 Self-monitoring of Blood Glucose among Patients with Poor Control of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in the 7 Southern most Provinces (Health Network Region 12) Wilawan Jingjit
A066 Socioeconomic effect of alcohol production and use in india Sadhana Bhagwat
A067 Learning from Tobacco Control Successes Saifuddin Ahmed
A073 How much is too much? Estimating effective price-hikes to affect smoking behavior in Vietnam Binh Thang Tran
A075 A Systematic Review of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Correlates in the Thai Population Nucharapon Liangruenrom
A077 'Smokes, Sweet and Drinks: Designing Global Regulation of Harmful Actions' Connor Rochford
A092 Corporate Health Impact Assessment of a fast food company" implications for NCDs. Fran Baum
A095 Strengthening patient-centered care for control of hypertension in public health facilities in Kannur district, Kerala, India Gopinath T. Sambandam
A098 Treatment seeking behavior of diabetic patients with special emphasis on follow-up in the public health facilities in Pudukottai District, Tamilnadu, India Gopinath T. Sambandam
A100 Multi-criteria decision analysis for setting priorities and integrating 'best buys' and other recommended interventions into the NCDs' national action plan in Iran Amirhossein Takian
A104 Taking control over the commercial determinants of NCDs. Strengthening the persuading power of health in multi-sectoral governance. Dori Patay
A107 How can health actors’ better advance coherence between trade and health sectors for NCDs? Lessons from a network, framing and power analysis Belinda Townsend
A108 How does policy framing enable or constrain inclusion of the social determinants of health on trade policy agendas? Belinda Townsend
A109 Power asymmetries, policy incoherence and noncommunicable disease control - a qualitative study of policy actor views Belinda Townsend
A117 The Political Economy of Healthcare Data: A Systems Approach to Data Governance Steven Harsono
A119 The role of civil society groups in ensuring effective legal strategies for tobacco control in a low income country: lessons from Uganda Moses Mulumba
A123 Increasing Institutional Capabilities through an Inovative Approach to NCD Surveillance Veronica Lea
A125 Are Egyptian women to be blamed for their obesity? Exploring the gender dimension to understand the world´s biggest obesity crisis Dina Tadros
A126 Securing the health system framework for NCDs: Mapping the Political Economy for UHC Peter Hill
A131 The role of disease-specific and health-sector foreign aid in hypertension and diabetes prevalence – a panel data analysis of 114 low- and middle-income countries Deliana Kostova
A133 Nudge in Action: Case Studies from Thai Health Promotion Foundation Nutkamon Luesomboon
A134 Economic implication of chronic conditions in Mongolia: need for a mutli-stakeholder response Otgontuya Dugee
A144 The Price Impacts of the Introduction of South Africa’s Tax on Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Nicholas Stacey
A145 Unhealthy Policies and Unhealthy Diets: The Political Economy of NCD Determinants in India Kanchan Mukherjee
A147 Improving Access to High-Cost Medicines in China: Much to Be Done jing chen
A157 Challenges in prevention and control of NCDs at local health systems: Implications for policy Dorothy Lall
A160 Challenges facing hypertension control goes beyond primary care services: implications from a pooled cross-sectional study Jin Xu
A165 Current progress and future directions in the double burden of malnutrition among women in South and Southeast Asian countries Tuhin Biswas
A170 Non-Communicable Disease (NCD) Burden, Risk Factors and Epidemiological Transition in India Md Senaul Haque
A171 Preventing Non-Communicable Diseases through Smart School Meals: A Meta-analysis in Latin America and the Caribbean Briony Stevens
A174 Designing a Community Health Worker based Strategy to Promote Community Action Against Use of Smokeless Tobacco Samir Garg
A175 Resolve to Save Lives – A Global Initiative to Partner with Communities and Prevent 100 Million Deaths from Cardiovascular Disease Tom Frieden
A177 The Zambia Good Food Logo: addressing overnutrition and subsequent NCDs through certification marks for nutritious foods Briony Stevens
A178 Developing Health systems for coherent response to the NCD Challenge – Limitations of Financing through Health Insurance in India Samir Garg
A179 Unhealthy food environments and human rights: government efforts to promote healthy diets and reduce obesity in the context of the rights to health and food Sarah Roache
A180 Access to medicines for cardiovascular disease and hypertension control: A cross-country analysis of prices, availability, and affordability Muhammad Jami Husain
A181 Framing the issue for collective action: understanding what resonates with young people to mobilize grassroots action on non-communicable diseases (NCDs) Jordan Jarvis
A183 The political economy of Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxation in South Africa: lessons for policy making Agnes Erzse
A185 Interventions on the urban environment yield significant public health gains Michele Cecchini
A186 Tackling overweight and obesity produces positive impacts on GDP and fiscal pressure Michele Cecchini
A190 The politics of food in the Pacific: coherence and tension in regional policies on the food environment and non-communicable diseases Rebecca Dodd
A192 Urban planning as a means to create low risk environments for non-communicable disease Fran Baum
A196 Towards Achieving Sustainable Development Goal Number 3: Assessment of the Healthcare Budgetary Allocation in Nigeria Yusuff Adebayo Adebisi
A204 The Political Battles of Tobacco Control and NCDs in Indonesia Ahmad Ansyori
A208 Sweetened Beverage Tax in the Philippines: a Department of Health Perspective on its Successful Passage Frances Claire Onagan
A209 Mapping Nutrition Labelling Policies in Malaysia SeeHoe Ng
A210 Responding to Non-Communicable Diseases: Is Nepal Prepared? An Analysis of Policies on Salt, Sugar and trans-fat Minakshi Dahal
A211 Food perceptions and dietary changes for chronic condition management in rural Peru: Insights for health promotion Silvana Perez Leon Quinoso
A216 Using of ncd disease medicines : hypertension, stroke, heart, diabetes melitus (ncd) at referral pharmacy program (prb) in bekasi city Raharni Raharni
A221 Health literacy and co-design: a key strategy to overcoming victim-blaming approaches to behavior change Richard Osborne
A222 Thinking at the margins: marginal analysis as a tool for continuously identifying the next best buys in order to “leave no-one behind” Richard Osborne
A225 India Management Hypertension Management Initiative” to control hypertension in India at primary care level Abhishek Kunwar
A229 How much NCD policy space is eaten by trade? Navigating trade and investment barriers to regulating food and beverages Kelly Garton
A232 Analyzing the Policy and Governance Environment for Non-communicable disease Control, and Identifying Potential Policy Options in Pakistan. Anam Feroz
A236 Prevalence and Political Economy of Overweight and Obesity in Bangladesh Ipsita Sutradhar
A237 Exploring Google Trends to Understand Community Interest of Cervical Cancer in Indonesia: a Time for Digital Governance of NCD’s Preventive Program Atina Husnayain
A239 Balancing science and political economy: tobacco control and global health Mitsuru Mukaigawara
A240 Food prices, diets and obesity among children and young adults in India: Understanding the influence of food markets on socioeconomic patterns of consumption and health risks Sumit Mazumdar
A250 Physical activity promotion: the best buy policy for NCD prevention among Thai population Dyah Anantalia Widyastari
A257 What can we learn on multisectoral action from non-health disciplines: a meta-narrative review shinjini mondal
A260 Why Thailand is slow in achieving the required results in implementing the Global Action Plan on noncommunicable diseases even they are successfully in achieving the process indicators: a lesson learn for other low- and middle-income countries. Bundit Sornpaisarn
A265 Developing the WHO best-buys for NCD prevention and control: methods, process and country applications Melanie Bertram
A268 Conceptualizing governance of non-communicable diseases Melisa Mei Jin Tan
A269 Non-Communicable Diseases in Asia: A policy analysis of NCDs prevention and control policies in six Asian countries Melisa Mei Jin Tan
A270 Philippine IYCF 2030 Strategic Planning: an Innovation for Participation Romelei Camiling
A272 Health Governance in South Asia of NCDs: Metaphor of Financial Challenges and Prospects Sahjabin Kabir
A276 NCD Prevention through community based participatory approach pradeep tharanga
A290 Service coverage for diabetes mellitus in a pluralistic health system: experience from Sri Lanka Nimali Widanapathirana
A292 Countering alcohol industry interference in the development of the Australian national alcohol strategy Jenny Goodare
A293 Use of a Population Based Cancer Registry to Monitor Trends of Incidence of Childhood and Adolescent Cancers in Kampala, Uganda Derrick Bary Abila
A297 A large population based, multi-sectorial intervention on sodium reduction, experiences of SMASH program in Shandong, China Ma Jixiang
A302 Advances in Behaviour Change Science methods: Improving our understanding and the design of complex health behaviour change interventions Marta Marques
A303 Boosting subnational governance of NCDs through the use of a laboratory for simulation of health policies in Colombia Norman Maldonado
A308 International Patent Regime and Access to NCD Treatment: A Proposal to Move Forward Gopakumar Kappoori Madhavan
A309 Access to NCD Medicines:Potential of the Competition Law Shirin Syed
A310 Prioritization of NCDs in health sector strategic plans: resource requirement estimates from 5 low and middle income countries Catherine Cantelmo
A311 Examining the level of catastrophic health expenditures and payment mechanisms for diabetes and hypertension in Nigeria Obinna Onwujekwe