Make prevention science relevant for all: co-production and impact
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION EXTENDED!
Due to the current COVID-19 situation, abstract submission will be extended until the 31st July 2020.
The EUSPR Board has decided to move its Eleventh Conference and Members’ Meeting and Workshops to an online event.
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.
Abstract proposals may be submitted through the Ex Ordo online platform (https://euspr2020.exordo.com/registration). Although different formats are available, we encourage presenters to select poster or oral poster presentations. All proposals will be peer reviewed and the scientific committee may suggest changes of modality.
We will present a hybrid program with live and recorded communications. All presentations will be recorded to make them available to EUSPR members.
Conference registration and EUSPR Membership
The 11th EUSPR conference will be presented for the first time in a virtual and open format. Even though this year’s conference will be free of charge, only EUSPR members will grant access to the recorded sessions and a reduced fee for the 2021 conference to be held in Tallin, Estonia, September 28th to 30th 2021. Therefore, we encourage renewal of 2021 membership previous to the celebration of the online conference. Please note that you will still have to fulfill membership eligibility criteria.
Membership fees have been determined in correspondence with a poll among potential members and they are based upon the country in which a member is employed. The fee to be paid is determined by the average academic salary in each country, adjusted for the cost of living. Accordingly, we have three membership fee levels. Membership benefits are the same across all fee levels.
- Level A fees are currently €88 per year. Countries include: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, and USA.
- Level B fees are currently €48 per year. Countries include: Brazil, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Lithuania, and Turkey.
- Level C fees are currently €33 per year. Countries include: Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia. This category also includes all other countries in non-European territories that have not been mentioned above.
- Students from any country attending a registered institution and studying for a degree may be eligible to pay the lowest fee (Level C). Please note: Student members are not eligible to stand for election to the EUSPR Board although we have representation from our Early Career researcher group..
Please contact us to determine if you are eligible for student fees.
If your country is not listed or you are unsure at which level you should pay fees then please contact us.
The full programme will be available at: https://euspr2020.exordo.com/
The call for abstracts opens on Monday 16th March and closes on Monday 31st July. To submit your abstract please visit our ExOrdo page: https://euspr2020.exordo.com/
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).
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