The European Society for Prevention Research (EUSPR) promotes the development of prevention science, and its application to practice so as to promote human health and well-being through high quality research, evidence based interventions, policies and practices.
Looking over the wall – promoting multidisciplinary work in prevention Please visit our new conference website for all information on EUSPR 2019 Abstract submissionConference registrationTravel & Accommodation 2019 EUSPR Presentation FormatsEUSPR 2019 ProgrammeEUSPR 2019 Post-conference workshops2019 Keynote speakers We are pleased to announce that the call for abstracts for EUSPR 2019 has opened and will […]
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 […]
“Synergy in prevention and health promotion: individual, community, and environmental approaches” Leaflet (includes the programme) Prevention is a “hard” problem. We cannot just give out medicines to change behavior, and simple approaches on their own are unlikely to be sufficient. Lifestyle behaviors most relevant for health, such as eating choices or physical activity, cannot be […]
The first EUSPR conference / members’ meeting took place as a pre-conference session during the European Public Health Conference in Amsterdam on 10-11 November 2010. Can research on prevention contribute to the reduction of inequalities in health in Europe? 1st European Society for Prevention Research Conference and Members’ Meeting The historical first EUSPR conference / members’ […]