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.
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We are pleased to announce that the 11th EUSPR Conference and Members’ Meeting will take place on October 7-9, 2020, in Lisbon, Portugal. The main conference takes place on the 8th and 9th, and pre-conference activities will take place on the 7th. Information on registration, conference theme and call for abstracts will be announced here […]
Position of the European Society for Prevention Research on ineffective and potentially harmful approaches in substance use prevention Position der Europäischen Gesellschaft für Präventionsforschung zu ineffektiven und potenziell schädlichen Ansätzen in der Suchtprävention Alerta da Sociedade Europeia de Pesquisa em Prevenção (EUSPR) – Estratégias de prevenção baseadas em táticas de choque não funcionam e podem […]
The Early Careers Forum offers early-career members of the EUSPR a dedicated platform for professional exchange and mutual support. Aims The EUSPR’s Early Careers Forum has been established to facilitate networking and shared learning among those members of the EUSPR who are still in the early stages of their career. It offers the first European […]
2016 edition of the ‘Summer school on illicit drugs Europe’ will take place from 27 June-8 July 2016. Two-week summer school in Lisbon on the drugs problem in Europe and beyond involving Scientific Experts from the EMCDDA and guest lecturers from European Universities. See the EMCDDA website for further details. Registration: 2nd phase (Full rate) […]
Centre for Behaviour Change and the Health Psychology Research Group are looking for four Research Associates to join the team Research Associate in Health Psychology An opening exists for an experienced and enthusiastic Research Associate to lead the behavioural science input to the newly formed Health Protection Research Unit (HPRU) tasked with evaluation of interventions. […]
20/01/2017 Update Do GPs want or need formal support following a patient suicide? Our first article for this year is already online – it comes from Pooja Saini, a researcher and Chartered Psychologist at the University of Liverpool, currently involved in suicide prevention research. In this blog post, Pooja shares her research and describes what […]
We are convening the following FREE (€0) pre-conference workshops and meetings on 20th September 2017 as part of our Vienna conference. If you would like to participate then you can book at the same time as conference registration. 1) Publishing addiction science in practice Full day Early Career workshop convened by Professors Miovský, Pates, and Gabrhelík. […]
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.
This page outlines the prizes and awards that were issued at the 2015 EUSPR conference in Ljubljana, Slovenia, 22 – 24 October. SPAN Poster Prizes The Science for Prevention Academic Network (SPAN) issued prizes at the conference for the best posters by early career delegates. The 1st prize was not awarded, second and third prize […]