Eleventh EUSPR Conference and Members’ Meeting, October 7th – 9th 2020, Lisbon, Portugal

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Make prevention science relevant for all: co-production and impact

Registration Abstract submission

 

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION EXTENDED!

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, abstract submission will be extended until the 1st July 2020.

The Conference Committee is considering whether the Lisbon conference 2020 can take place as planned or should be moved into a digital format. We will continue to monitor the situation and keep you informed with regular updates on our website.

Our theme this year is  ‘Make prevention science relevant for all: co-production and impact’ and our keynotes and special sessions will focus on reducing the gap between science and practice in prevention, understanding co-production and the role of policy makers, practitioners, communities and researchers to develop efficacious, sustainable and cost-effectiveness prevention interventions in practice.

We invite you to prepare and submit abstracts on the conference theme, but also welcome submissions on all prevention science related topics, including discussion papers, and theoretical and methodological developments.

More details about the theme will be published soon.

Registration

Early-bird registration will open on Friday 6th March, and registration will close on Monday 28th September. Registration is processed via ExOrdo https://euspr2020.exordo.com/registration

Registration is open to any qualified worker in a discipline relevant to prevention, including all European and international researchers, professionals, practitioners, policy makers and students.

The EUSPR is a not-for-profit organisation. Conference fees are used to cover the costs of convening the conference, and any surplus is used for administrative activities in the following year. Fees reflect the relative cost of holding a conference in the host city and have been kept at a minimum in order to encourage attendance from a wide variety of countries and professional backgrounds.

All registration fees will include free EUSPR membership for 2021, and there is also the option to join or renew your membership for 2020 as well when you register for the conference (if you have not done so already). Please note that you will still have to fulfill membership eligibility criteria.

Please identify the correct fee level here (i.e Level A,B,C etc.) before ordering your conference ticket, as price is based upon your country of employment, and/or student or retiree/senior status.

Early bird fees  (6 March – 17 July 2020) – Level A & B countries

  • € 170 – EUSPR Members (including 2021 membership)
  • € 255 (Level A); € 215 (Level B) – Full renewal (including 2020 and 2021 membership)
  • € 220 – Non-members of the EUSPR (including 2021 membership)

Early bird fees (6 March – 17 July 2020) – Level C countries, students, retirees/seniors

  • € 75 – EUSPR Members (including 2021 membership)
  • € 105 – Full renewal (including 2020 and 2021 membership)
  • € 125 – Non-members of the EUSPR (including 2021 membership)

Full fees (18 July – 28 September 2020) –  Level A & B countries

  • € 195 – EUSPR Members (including 2021 membership)
  • € 280 (Level A); € 240 (Level B) – Full renewal (including 2020 and 2021 membership)
  • € 245 – Non-members of the EUSPR (including 2021 membership)

Full fees (18 July – 28 September 2020) – Level C countries, students, retirees/seniors

  • € 100 – EUSPR Members (including 2021 membership)
  • € 130 – Full renewal (including 2020 and 2021 membership)
  • € 150 – Non-members of the EUSPR (including 2021 membership)

 

Programme

The full programme will be available at: https://euspr2020.exordo.com/

Abstracts

The call for abstracts opens on Monday 16th March and closes on Monday 1st June. To submit your abstract please visit our ExOrdo page: https://euspr2020.exordo.com/

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, abstract submission will be extended until the 1st July 2020.

The Conference Committee is considering whether the Lisbon conference 2020 can take place as planned or should be moved into a digital format. We will continue to monitor the situation and keep you informed with regular updates on our website.

Venue

Plenary sessions will be held in the centre of Lisbon, at the EMSA-EMCDDA  conference centre (Map). Please see this website for location. For those of you who have visited the EMCDDA before, then the venue is next door to their offices.

Praça‎ Europa 4
Cais do Sodré

1249-206 Lisbon
Portugal

Additional pre-conference meetings and parallel sessions will take place at the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) located on the same campus (Praça‎ Europa).

Co-organisers and collaborating organisations

We are very pleased that the 2020 conference is co-organised and supported by the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA).

The conference proceeds in collaboration with the European Institute of Studies on Prevention, Spain (IREFREA), and the Department of Psychology, University of the Balearic Islands, Spain (UIB).