2017 programme

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The final online programme with oral session and poster allocations can be found here.

A PDF of the final printed programme can be found here.

Printed copies of the programme will also be available in your delgate packs.

Wednesday 20th September 2017

Pre-conference workshops/meetings 

Pre-conference events take place in the offices of Gesundheit Ă–sterreich GmbH (GĂ–G)(Map) 

1) Publishing addiction science in practice. Full day workshop convened by Profs MiovskĂ˝, Pates, and GabrhelĂ­k (International Society of Addiction Journal Editors (ISAJE))

  • Hours: 0900-1530
  • Location: Room GĂ–G 1+2 

2) Developing evidence-based prevention in Ukraine. Open meeting to discuss the prevention situation in Ukraine and potential opportunities for collaborative prevention practice and research

  • Hours: 0930-1230
  • Location: Room GĂ–G 3+4

EUSPR Members’ Meeting

  • Hours: 16:00-18:00
  • Location: GĂ–G 1+2+3

Early Careers Networking event

Main conference programme

Please see the following link for further details of the plenary session speakers: Meet the speakers

Important Note:

Plenary sessions all take place in the Federal Ministry of Health and Women’s Affairs (BMGFMap) (see their website for further details) 

Parallel sessions take place in both BMGF and GĂ–G so please take note in the prgramme of where your selected sessions are being held.

Thursday September 21

08:00-09:00: Conference Registration 

BMGF 

09:00-09:30: Conference opening

BMGF

  • Dignitaries
  • Prof David Foxcroft (EUSPR Board President)

09:30-11:00 Plenary Session 1

BMGF

  • What are the consequences of prevention polices? – Dr Kathryn Oliver (University of Oxford, UK)
  • A fruity story of attaining and maintaining quality in an evidence-based programme – Dr Mihela Erjavec (Bangor University, UK)

11:00-11:30: Coffee Break

BMGF

11:30-13:00 Plenary Session 2

BMGF

  • What is dead may never die: a case study of creating and implementing national quality policy in school prevention – Prof Michal MiovskĂ˝ (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic)
  • How do we support a professional culture of quality in prevention? – Prof Harry Sumnall (Liverpool John Moores University, UK)

13:00-14:30: Lunch and Poster Viewing

BMGF

14:30-16:00: Parallel Sessions 1

BMGF & GĂ–G

4 x themed streams dedicated to delegate papers

16:00-16:30: Coffee Break

BMGF & GĂ–G

16:30-18:00: Parallel Sessions 2

BMGF & GĂ–G

4 x themed streams dedicated to delegate papers

19:30-23:00: Conference Dinner

Restaurant Otto Wagner   – booking required

Friday September 22

09:30-11:00: Parallel Sessions 3

BMGF & GĂ–G

4 x themed streams dedicated to delegate papers

11:00-11:30: Coffee Break

BMGF & GĂ–G

11:30-13:00: Parallel Sessions 4

BMGF & GĂ–G

4 x themed streams dedicated to delegate papers

13:00-14:30: Lunch and Poster Viewing

BMGF

14:30-16:00: Plenary Session 3

BMGF

  •  Implementation of suicide prevention in existing measures of addiction prevention – Andreas Prenn (Supro–Werkstatt fĂĽr Suchtprophylaxe, AT)
  • The Austrian school-based life skill program for addiction prevention – Gerhard Gollner (kontakt+co Suchtprävention Jugendrotkreuz, AT)

16:00-16:30: Coffee Break

BMGF

16:30-18:00: Plenary Session 4 

BMGF

  • Rethinking the dynamics of primary prevention: mobilisation, implementation, and embeddedness in open systems – Prof Carl May (University of Southampton, UK)
  • Prize giving and conference close – including Early Career Prize; Presidents’ Award; Sloboda Medal; and the EUSPR Practitioners Prize