Fifth EUSPR Conference Speaker Presentations

EUSPR Members and 2014 Conference attendees

Plenary Speaker Presentations

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Plenary Session 1_1 – Dr Franco Sassi – The Economics of Prevention

Plenary Session 1_2 – Professor Fabrizio Faggiano – A plan to improve impact of prevention

Scientific Round Table – Stephanie Lee – The Benefits And Costs Of Prevention: Informing Public Policy

Plenary Session 2 – Professor Peter Anderson – The role of economic interests in the development of European prevention policy

Plenary Session 3 – Professor Theresa Marteau – Acceptability of Population Level Interventions


Parallel Session Speaker Presentations

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Parallel Session 2 – Prevention Science Methodologies

Session 2.1 – The Strengthening Families Program In The USA and EU

2_1_i_Karol_Kumpfer – Cost Benefit of Family ‐ based Prevention and the SFP 7 ‐ 17 Years DVD to Reduce Costs

2.1 ii: Carmen Orte – Effectiveness in the techniques of family involvement in Family Competence Program 7-12 (Spanish adaptation of SFP). [This presentation is not yet available, please check again later.]

2_1_iii_Joan_Amer – Determinant factors of the maintenance of the family competence

2_1_iv_Cliodhna_Mahony – A Teen Gender Analysis In Ireland (2008-2014)

2_1_v_Wadih_Maalouf – Implementing family skills pilots in South East Europe: Infrastructure Needed, Cost Implications, Value added and Lessons learned


Session 2.2 – Cost Effectiveness and Economic Decision Making

2_2_i_Inna_Feldman – Can group-based parenting programmes reduce early child behaviour problems for reasonable costs? A cost-effectiveness analysis of a Swedish RCT

2_2_ii_Miguel_Garcia_Sanchez – Approach to cost – benefit analysis of the Prevention Matters programme

2_2_iii_Malin_Ulfsdotter – Cost-effectiveness of the universal parenting program “All Children in Focus”

2_2_iv_Gretchen_Bjornstad – The cost of a child abuse and neglect case to children’s services in England

2_2_v_Gretchen_Bjornstad – The adaptation of the WSIPP benefit-cost model for England


Session 2.3 – Methodological Challenges In Prevention Research

2_3_i_Maria_Rosaria_Galanti – The “Natural History” Frame To Select End-Points For Intervention Evaluation

2_3_ii_John_W_Graham – Advances in Research on Participant Attrition from Prevention Intervention Studies

2_3_iii_Inna_Feldman – Cost-effectiveness of public health interventions – a new methodological approach

2_3_iv_Miranda_Novak_Josipa_Mihić – Teacher and School Characteristics: Moderating Effectiveness of School Socio‐Emotional Interventions?

2_3_v_Roberta_Molinar – Effective Interventions For Prevention Of Alcohol Abuse and Illicit Substance Use In Adolescence: Reviewing Theories and Mediators


Parallel Session 3 – Society and Community

Session 3.1 – Families and Education In Prevention

3_1_i_Federica_Vigna_Taglianti – The influence of parents’ attitudes and behaviours on smoking habits among children

3_1_ii_Michelle_Miller_Day – Parent Prevention Communication Profiles and Adolescent Substance Use: A Latent Profile Analysis and Growth Mixture Model

3.1 iii: Ingrid Obsuth – Results of the LEIP CRCT – is the Engage in Education London (EiEL) programme effective. [This presentation is not yet available, please check again later.]

3_1_iv_William_D_Crano – Good Parents, Bad Parents: Parental Effects on their Children’s Substance Use

3.1 v: Ingrid Obsuth, Sara Valdebenito – Implementing a cluster randomized control trial – practicalities and challenges. [This presentation is not yet available, please check again later.]


Session 3.2 – Exploring Universal and Family Prevention

3.2 i: Josipa Mihic, Miranda Novak – Implementation quality as a moderator of prevention interventions’ effectiveness [This presentation is not yet available, please check again later.]

3.2 ii: Metin Özdemir – Are Group-based Parenting Programs to Prevent Child Problem Behaviors Equally Effective for Children with Clinical and Non-clinical Problem Levels? [This presentation is not yet available, please check again later.]

3_2_iii_Gretchen_Bjornstad – Assessment of the cost and benefits of Family Nurse Partnership in two contexts

3.2 iv: Nikolaus Koutakis – Is promoting parents’ norms against underage alcohol use an effective strategy for prevention? A mediation and moderation study testing theoretical soundness of the EFFEKT-prevention-program and its effectiveness on different populations. [This presentation is not yet available, please check again later.]

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Session 3.3 – Understanding and Responding To Risk Behaviours

3_3_i_Russell_M_Viner – Health in adolescence influences educational attainments and life chances

3.3 ii: Olivier Lareyre – One year effects of P2P, a TPB-based program against tobacco for the students and by the students [This presentation is not yet available, please check again later.]

3_3_iii_Sarah_Lynch – Impact of the Alcohol Education Trust’s school intervention in England

3_3_iv_Kimberley_M_Hill – Action-Oriented Predictive Processing as a Bellwether for Ecological and Psychological Research in Alcohol Misuse

3_3_v_Séamus_Harvey – The impact of an alcohol harm reduction intervention on adolescents with different drinking behaviours at baseline. Results from an adapted version of SHAHRP


Parallel Session 4

Session 4.1 – Open Theme – Health and Wellbeing Interventions

4_1_i_Federica_Vigna_Taglianti – The dissemination of the “Unplugged” prevention program in Italy: evaluation and impact

4_1_ii_Giuseppe_Gorini – Mediational Analysis of the LdP intervention

4_1_iii_Mathieu_Gourlan – Does promoting physical activity at school have a similar impact on all children? Impact and moderating variables of the “Great Challenge Live and Move”

4_1_iv_Marta_Lima_Serrano – Evaluation of mental health promotion computer –tailoring programs and others computer- based interventions for adolescents. A sistematic review

4_1_v_Harrie_Jonkman – Effect Study Social Intervention “Thuis Op Straat” (“At Home On The Street”)


Session 4.2 – Supporting The Use of Prevention Evidence In Practice and Policy Making

4_2_i_Angelina_Brotherhood – The challenges of developing evidence-based approaches to address young people’s substance use and gambling: can reviews of reviews help? [This presentation is not available in an online format.]

4_2_ii_Hanna_Heikkila – “Prevention Strategy and Policy Makers” a UNODC initiative to support the adoption of evidence-based and cost effective strategie

4_2_iii_Zili_Sloboda – Dissemination of Evidence ‐ Based Substance Use Prevention: The Universal Prevention Curriculum

4_2_iv_Marion_Weigl – Early Childhood Networks – from evidence to practice in Austria

4_2_v_Michal_Miovsky – Pilot implementation of the National qualification system based on interdisciplinary approach for professionals in prevention of risk behaviour


Session 4.3 – Post Graduate and Early Career Parallel Session

4.3 i: Elisabete Santos – Evaluation of the outcomes of prevention interventions in Portugal [This presentation is not yet available, please check again later.]

4_3_ii_Martha_Canfield – Does Acculturation Affect Predictors of Alcohol and Substance Misuse? Evidence From Brazilian Immigrants In The UK

4.3iii: Lene‐Mari Rasmussen – Coping Kids
Are Organizational Support, Fidelity and Program Delivery Contributing to a Better Outcome? [This presentation is not yet available, please check again later.]

4_3_iv_Suvi_Virtanen – Effectiveness of a brief counselling for tobacco cessation among Swedish smokers and snus users attending dental clinics. A cluster randomized controlled trial

4_3_v_Alexandra_Morales – Barriers to consistent condom use among adolescents in Spain


Special Session Speaker Presentations

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Session 1 – WSIPP/Investing in Children economic model – Nick Axford; Stephanie Lee; Gretchen Bjornstad

There are no presentations available from this session, a demonstration was given of the WSIPP benefit-cost model.

Session 2 – Communities that Care (CTC) in Europe. Community Diagnosis and Prevention Programmes

2_i_Frederick_Groeger_Roth – Introduction

2_ii_Harrie_Jonkman – Cross national comparative community research

Special 2 iii: Nick Axford – Developing a European Communities that Care database of effective prevention programmes [This presentation is not yet available, please check again later.]