The 2016 EUSPR conference will be held in Berlin, Germany from October 31st – November 2nd 2016. The main theme is “Sustainable Prevention in a Changing World” and this year’s conference will include keynotes on developing and understanding sustainable prevention systems, and prevention responses to the health and social needs of populations in transition.
The 2015 conference has ended. The next EUSPR conference will be held in Berlin, Germany from October 31st to November 2nd 2016. Please see the 2016 conference page for details. PresentationsAbstract BookletProgrammeKeynotesAwards & PrizesFlyer The 2015 EUSPR Conference priority was Prevention Without Talking although we welcomed submissions on all prevention science related topics, and encouraged […]
We are seeking locations for forthcoming conferences, and to identify potential co-organisers in host countries. If you are interested in hosting the EUSPR conference in 2015, or future years, please complete the brief Expression of Interest: Expression of Interest Expectations The key expectations for a Co-Organiser are to: Propose a conference location Participate in planning the conference […]
EUSPR Conference and pre-conference workshop presentations are available to download by EUSPR Members. From 2013 onwards conference and pre-conference workshop presentations can also be downloaded by attendees of that year’s conference. Please follow the links below to the presentations or follow the links embedded in each of the conference titles to that conference’s homepage. 2016 conference Speaker presentations (Plenary and Parallel): http://euspr.org/euspr-2016-speakers/ Selected […]
Programme Conference booklet (updated) Conference flyerSpeakers Pre-conference Workshops Is an ounce of prevention still worth a pound of cure? The economics and value of prevention. The 5th EUSPR annual conference and members’ meeting took place in Palma de Mallorca, Majorca from the 16th to 18th of October 2014. With pre-conference workshops convened on the 15th October […]
Understanding differences in prevention outcomes It is well known that differences in health and wellbeing within and between populations are influenced by a range of biological and social factors. However, less attention has been given to identifying how differences in these factors may influence the experiences or outcomes of prevention work. Prevention interventions and policies […]
“Common risk and protective factors, and the prevention of multiple risk behaviours” Several health related behaviours share common risk factors and comprehensive programmes could be effective by addressing them together. Health services have tended to overlook the potential for prevention to intervene between the emergence of problems or vulnerabilities early in life and manifestations, for […]