EUSPR

European Society for
Prevention Research


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.

News

EUSPR 2024 Programme

EUSPR 2024 Programme

15th EUSPR Conference – 11 to 13 September 2024, Cremona, Italy We are delighted to announce the preliminary programme for EUSPR 2024. Please be aware that minor changes to the programme might still occur. Last update: 10 July 2024
EUSPR 2024 Awards: Criteria and Nominations

EUSPR 2024 Awards: Criteria and Nominations

15th EUSPR Conference – 11 to 13 September 2024, Cremona, Italy Nominations for 2024 EUSPR awards are now open. Any EUSPR member is eligible to make a nomination on this form (please see below the guide in .pdf and the nomination form in Word document), but self-nominations are not accepted. Those nominated do not have…
Instructions for Presenters

Instructions for Presenters

15th EUSPR Conference – 11 to 13 September 2024, Cremona, Italy INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRESENTERS Here below are the instructions for the presentation formats: ​E-Poster INSTRUCTIONS:  Instructions: Step 1: Prepare your E-poster Step 2: Prepare your video (if attending the conference online) or your presentation The deadline for submission of ​E-Posters is AUGUST 21, 2024.

Mission

To promote the inclusion of science-based principles of prevention in policies addressing non-communicable health issues, such as obesity, psychoactive substance use, violence, crime, mental and sexual health.

Cornerstones of these advancements are:

cross-disciplinary
networks of scientists

decision-, opinion- and policy makers and practitioners

methodology
development

promotion of higher education and career development in prevention

implementation
research

advocacy for
evidence-based prevention

15th EUSPR Conference and Members’ Meeting

11th – 13th September 2024, Cremona, Italy

Prevention in and with Communities

Membership

Membership in EUSPR is open to qualified professionals who work in the field of prevention: all European and international researchers, professionals, practitioners, policy makers and students who share the Society’s aims.
We also encourage membership from all countries, particularly those professionals who wish to develop collaborative links with European researchers and decision-makers involved in prevention.

The journal of Prevention (JoP) is the official journal of the European Society for Prevention Research.

The Journal of Prevention is a multidisciplinary journal that publishes manuscripts aimed at reducing negative social and health outcomes and promoting human health and well-being. It publishes high-quality research that discusses evidence-based interventions, policies, and practices.