Sixth EUSPR Conference Speaker Presentations

EUSPR Members and 2015 Conference attendees

Plenary Speaker Presentations

Please see below for the PDFs of the presentations from the plenary speakers.

Plenary Session 1

Hugo Harper – Automatic behaviour change in public policy and health [Presentation to be added]

Esther K Papies – Health Goal Priming

Scientific Roundtable

Reinout Wiers – Assessing and Changing Implicit Cognititve Processes in Addiction

Plenary Session 3

Nick Axford – Are evidence-based programmes dead?

Paul van Soomeren – Crime Prevention through Environmental Design

Plenary Session 4

Polonca Truden-Dobrin – Towards Better Health and Reducing Inequalities


Parallel Session Speaker Presentations

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Session 2 – Day 2: 23rd October 2015

Session 2.1 – Guiding Policy and Practice Through Prevention

Marica Ferri – Quality standards in drugs demand reduction in Europe – Prevention kicked if off

Raquel Turci Pedroso – Drug Abuse Prevention Programmes in Schools and Communities in Brazil

Gareth Hollands – Portion, package or tableware size for changing selection and consumption of food, alcohol and tobacco: Cochrane systematic review

Håkan Källmen –  Collaboration between community social services and health care instances – the use of a Collaborative Individual Plan [This talk was not presented at the conference]

Session 2.2 – Institutions

Maria Rosaria Galanti – Health promotion in pre-schools and schools in Stockholm County: translating into action the lesson of effective environmental prevention

A Coppo – The outdoor smoking ban in Italian schools: opportunity to develop school policies for  preventing smoking among young people?

Zila Sanchez – Efficacy evaluation of the school program Unplugged for drug use prevention among Brazilian adolescents: a quasi-experimental study [Presentation to be added]

Matej Košir – Evaluation of effectiveness of “Unplugged” in Slovenia, 2010-2011 [This presentation is not available in an online format]

Zila Sanchez – Without talking web-based intervention to prevent harmful alcohol use among nightclub patrons: opposite effects according to baseline alcohol use disorder classification [Presentation to be added]

Session 2.3 – Healthy Communities

Kimberley Hill – Changing Behaviour Without Talking: Affordances and the Importance of Context

Georgina Warner – Can a community make the difference? A Public Social Partnership with local authorities in England.

Viêt Nguyen-Thanh – Evaluation of the 2014 media  campaign against smoking in France:  a longitudinal  study

Andreja Ternar – Neuromarketing

Session 2.4 – Advances in Prevention

Emma Davies – “HOW MUCH IS TOO MUCH”? A think aloud study to explore the feasibility and acceptability of a digital intervention for the prevention of alcohol related harm in adolescents

Raquel Turci Pedroso – Recomendations of adjustments to the Brazilian context of the Unplugged prevention program

Paula Bleckmann – Talk or act? Effects of screen availability vs. effects of parental mediation style on children’s problematic media use

Elisardo Becoña – Relapse curve in a group of smokers who seek psychological treatment for smoking cessationaccording to gender

Session 3 – Day 2: 23rd October 2015

Session 3.1 Optimising Prevention Outcomes

F Weymar – Development of a computer-based brief intervention to increase physical activity in leisure time

Mathieu Gourlan – « The great live and move challenge  » and the promotion of physical activity toward children and their parents: Results from a controlled trial

Olivier Allais – Getting more people on the stairs: The impact of point-of-decision prompts

Jeremy Segrott – Using implementation theory to explain variation in delivery of a complex social intervention: process evaluation of the Strengthening Families Programme (10-14UK)  in Wales UK

Megan Sambolt – Scaling out Good Behavior Game: The Development and Implementation of Web-Based Training and Supports to Teachers

Session 3.2 – Food and Nutrition

Finn Rasmussen – Primary prevention of childhood obesity within child health services: the PRIMROSE cluster – RCT [This presentation is not available in an online format]

Jean‐Luc Eiselé – Improved oral health and general health in children linked to structural measures reducing sugars intake

Gianluigi Ferrante – HEPCOM:an innovative and effective web-based approach to prevent obesity by promoting healthy eating and physical activity in local communities

Gareth Hollands – Pairing images of unhealthy and healthy foods with images of negative and positive health consequences: impact on attitudes and behavioural choice

Session 3.3 – Post Graduate and Early Career 1

Peter Bohan – ‘Examining Commissioners leadership behaviour’

Rebecca Crook – Capital and identity- a theoretical perspective on drug use

T Maglica – Parents knowledge about youth gambling in Croatia preliminary study results

Boris Chapoton – Messages about drinking and smoking in the content of the TV series most popular with French youth

Kim Ozano – Public Health in Rural Cambodia: An Exploration of Volunteer Community Health Workers (VCHW) using Photovoice Techniques

Session 3.4 Substance Use

Jeremy Segrott – Randomised controlled trial of the Strengthening Families Programme 10-14 UK in Wales UK

Nicolas Arnaud – Effectiveness of the German version of the Strengthening Families Programme 10-14

Olivier Lareyre – Does a TPB ‐ based intervention modify TPB ‐ related beliefs? P2P, a program against youth smoking.

William Crano – Invalidating pro-substance beliefs in marijuana prevention: a proof of concept of the dual communication model

A Coppo – A randomized controlled study to test the effect of individual intervention components on promising mediators for school-based prevention of adolescent alcohol abuse and illicit drug use – Study protocol

Session 4 – Day 3: 24th October 2015

Session 4.1 – Prevention Policy and Practice

Nick Axford – Mapping expenditure in children’s services: a method and findings from one region

Rachele Donini – Stakeholders involvement as a key factor in developing a training tool for prevention practitioners

Gregor Burkhart – Introduction to European Drug Prevention Quality Standards (EDPQS) Toolkits

Silvia Caristia – From best practices to Ipest: a new tool for effective prevention activity

Michal Miovsky – Pilot testing of 4 ‐ level model in 4 regions in the Czech Republic: is real to implement the national qualification system for professionals in prevention of risk behaviour?

Session 4.2 – Alcohol

Sandra Radoš Krnel – The Collection of good practice examples aimed to reduce alcohol related harm

Natalie Durbeej – Assessing Alcohol Use at Sporting Events: A Novel Approach for Allocating a Community ‐ based Alcohol Intervention in Sweden

John Foster – Reasons for Home Drinking in the UK an Internet Survey

Rachel Pechey – Does Glass Size Influence (a) Judgements of the Volume of Wine and (b) Wine Consumption? Lab and Field Studies [This presentation is not available in an online format]

Katarzyna Okulicz‐Kozaryn – The alcohol specific parenting practices concerning adolescents’ drinking behaviours

Session 4.3 – Post Graduate and Early Career 2

Martha Canfield – Early predictors of antisocial behaviour: The role of bullying

Sinziana Oncioiu – Beyond intention-to-treat: secondary analyses of the FRITT study, a  cluster randomized controlled trial of tobacco  cessation in dentistry

Angelina Brotherhood – Exploring drugspheres: what characterises settings where substances are (not) consumed? [This presentation is not available in an online format]

Nichola Gambles – Relationships between university life and young people’s drinking behaviour during the transition to and through university

Kaidy Stautz – Alcohol promoting and alcohol warning advertisements: Impact on implicit cognition, emotion, and craving

Session 4.4 – Prevention Development

Kate Tobin – The mismatch between needs and services

Harrie Jonkman – Community Analysis in the Netherlands
Violence and delinquency, risk factors and protective factors

Maria Antonia Gomila – Ethnography as a method to assess cultural adaptation of a prevention family programme

Kimberly Rhoades – Situational barriers to the use of effective parenting practices: going beyond skills training