Conference Registration is now open – 15th EUSPR Conference and Members’ Meeting 2024

15th EUSPR Conference – 11 to 13 September 2024, Cremona, Italy

Early-bird fees are available until 30 June 2024. Regular fees are available from 1 July to 31 August 2024 and late fees will be applied from 1 September 2024.

Please find the fee structure for EUSPR 2024 below. The conference fees do not include EUSPR membership fees, please find an explanation of membership fees on Join the EUSPR.

If you have attended the last EUSPR conference in Sarajevo, please check whether your conference registration included the membership fee for 2024. In this case, you can register for this 2024 conference as a member.

Our conference registration and abstract submission is Exordo:

Registration instructions

  • Register for the conference and pay the appropriate fee in €. The Exordo registration page includes the options of paying online by credit card (“Pay Now by Card”) or by bank transfer (“Pay Later by Bank Transfer”). If you wish to pay by direct bank transfer, instructions are provided in the registration guide.
  • If you are a student or senior/retiree, or a member of a cooperating society, please attach in your registration any document to confirm your status (ID, student ID, etc.).
  • Virtual registration for the conference is also available, and it provides access to the opening session, keynotes, poster sessions, the International Networking Forum, and the EUSPR Members’ Meeting.
  • Delegates can register themselves or register others in Exordo. The registration form will ask this as first step.
  • Don’t forget to book for our pre-conference workshops and social events.
  • Your application will not be processed unless the correct registration fee is received and/or you meet the eligibility requirements for reduced rates.
  • Please identify the correct fee level below (i.e Level A, B, C etc.) before registering, as price is based upon your country of employment, and/or student or retiree/senior status.
  • If you have any questions, please reach out to


EUSPR’s Board of Directors decided to offer up to 10 bursaries up to €450 (Bursary) each to Early Career (EC) Members Conference attendees under the conditions set up in the document below. Please read these carefully before applying. If you have any questions, please reach out to

Regulation for EUSPR Early Career members Bursary Granting 2024

Conference Fees

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.

Note on changed membership and conference fee structure

Main Conference

The main conference is held between 11 – 13 September 2024. Pre-conference events take place on the 10 September 2024. 

Early bird fees (available from 8 April – 30 June 2024) – Level A & B countries

  • € 200 – EUSPR Members
  • € 225 – Cooperating societies
  • € 275 – Non-members of the EUSPR

Early bird fees (available from 8 April – 30 June 2024) – Level C countries, students, retirees/seniors

  • € 80 – EUSPR Members
  • € 130 – Non-members of the EUSPR

Virtual registration (available from 8 April to conference 2024)

  • € 100

Regular fees (available from 1 July – 31 August 2024) – Level A & B countries

  • € 225 – EUSPR Members
  • € 250 – Cooperating societies
  • € 300 – Non-members of the EUSPR

Regular fees (available from 1 July – 31 August 2024) – Level C countries, students, retirees/seniors

  • € 110 – EUSPR Members
  • € 160 – Non-members of the EUSPR

Late fees (from 1 September 2024 to conference 2024) – Level A & B countries

  • € 250 – EUSPR Members
  • € 285 – Cooperating societies
  • € 350 – Non-members of the EUSPR

Late fees (from 1 September 2024 to conference 2024) – Level C countries, students, retirees/seniors

  • € 140 – EUSPR Members
  • € 190 – Non-members of the EUSPR

Level A countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherland, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, and the USA.

Level B countries: Brazil, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Lithuania, and Turkey.

Level C countries: Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia. This category also includes all other countries in non-European territories that have not been mentioned above.

Cooperating societies: These include societies that cooperate with us for EUSPR 2024, namely Società Italiana di Psicologia della Salute, SIPSA (Italian Society of Health Psychology), Società Italiana di Promozione della Salute, SIPS (Italian Society of Health Promotion), and Società Italiana di Psicologia di Comunità, SIPCO (Italian Society of Community Psychology)

Visa Requests
Please allow plenty of time to request a letter to support your visa application. NB we adhere to international good practice with respect to visas in supporting colleagues to attend scientific conferences. Unfortunately, in keeping with most international conference organisers, we do get some fraudulent requests for support each year. Therefore, we hope that you understand that we will only provide a letter of support that accurately describes your participation. For example, we will state that your work has been accepted for a parallel session or that you have registered and paid your fees, but we will not write that we have specifically invited you to attend or present as that is only reserved for our keynote plenary speakers. Please also note that we will take our own steps to ascertain your prevention credentials.

If you need a travel visa to Italy, we will be happy to issue an invitation letter to support your visa application, in accordance with good practice outlined above. Invitation letters will only be issued once your registration and payment have been completed. Invitation letters will be sent by e-mail.

In order to request an invitation letter, just e-mail us with the following information:

  • a good-quality scan of your passport (.pdf or image format)
  • surname/family name and given names, exactly as they appear in your passport
  • contacts: e-mail, phone number
  • affiliation/organisation: name, address, country, the position you hold/occupy, website
  • any additional information you may think is relevant to your application


Please contact us if you need to cancel your registration.

  • We cannot refund any bank charges incurred by any payments or refunds.

*** IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT BANK CHARGES: In some cases banks may deduct a transfer fee from the instructed amount, for example if your account is not in Euro or if your country is not part of the EU. Please consider these charges when initiating a bank transfer to ensure that the correct amount enters our bank account. Therefore, if your bank account is not in Euro or if your country is not part of the EU (or you have any other reason to believe that bank charges may occur), please contact your bank to find out about applicable charges. Please note that your application will not be processed unless the correct amount is received in the Society bank account.***