Application procedures and Minimum Standards for hosting EUSPR conferences

Application procedures and Minimum Standards for hosting EUSPR conferences The European Society for Prevention Research holds its annual conferences in European cities that wish to host a conference dedicated to prevention science. The local conference host is an entity or a consortium of entities (such as, but not limited to an NGOs, a university, a […]

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Programme of the 2023 Conference

EUSPR 2023 Conference Programme

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News on Lisbon Addictions 2024

From the EUSPR team, we would like to share with you the latest updates on the Lisbon Addictions 2024. The topic this year will be: Empowering the workforce of the future, and the conference will take place at the Lisbon Congress Centre from 23-25 October 2024. You can find more information on the conference website: […]

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EUSPR 2023 Conference FAQ

My country is not listed in the registration form. Can I participate in this conference? Yes, absolutely. Just scroll all the way down and select “Other”. Countries not listed are considered Level C for registration purposes. My registration is shown as “unpaid” but I have made a bank transfer, is there a problem? Nothing to […]

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EUSPR Early Careers Forum
  • Researchers, policy-makers and practitioners who entered the prevention field within the last 8 years
  • Current students of a prevention-related discipline at Masters or doctoral level
  • Senior colleagues interested to support early-career activities

Cornerstones of this advancement are:

  • cross-disciplinary networks of scientists,
  • policy makers and practitioners,
  • methodology development,
  • promotion of higher education and
  • career development in prevention and implementation research.

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Social and emotional learning programs for children are now online – is it the next era upon us? A True Story

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Keeping in touch despite COVID-19: How did we feel each other’s presence all along?

28 September 2021 | In this two-part blog, Nathan Beltrand (BRAPEP) and Samuel Tomczyk (EUSPR) share their thoughts and thoughts of esteemed colleagues on communication via digital media and invite you to participate and build a strong foundation for future communication with early career … Continue reading

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Harm Reduction in Schools. Why Not?

30 November 2020 | In this article, Jose López-Guerrero and Claudio Vidal Giné from ABD – Energy Control (Spain) provide their opinions on harm reduction programmes within the school setting.  It seems like a century ago, but the last Harm Reduction International Conference, held … Continue reading

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The public health impact of Covid-19 beyond infection

23 September 2020 | In this article, Professor Maria Rosaria Galanti from Karolinska Institute provides her opinion on the adverse consequences of Covid-19.  Everyone knows what a pandemic is, but few of us have been witnessing one like that caused by the SARS -COV-2 … Continue reading

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A European prevention registry? Xchange: the story of a fruitful EMCDDA & EUSPR collaboration

30 June 2020 | In this blog article, Charlotte De Kock, researcher at Ghent University (Belgium) and member of the Xchange Prevention Registry is presenting the story of this unique European registry of evidence-based prevention interventions. It’s been two years now since I’m involved … Continue reading

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