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.
We are pleased to share with you the #EUSPR2020 official picture!
We would have loved to meet you in person and take this picture together, but the current circumstances have made it impossible, so we've prepared a picture with some delegates that participated in the conference. pic.twitter.com/b5DpjMKMhS
Inna Feldman offered a briliant keynote speech on the value of prevention at #EUSPR2020. Do not forget: "Economic evaluation can support good return on society's investment in public health" pic.twitter.com/E4arcigbSD
The Early Careers Forum offers early-career members of the EUSPR a dedicated platform for professional exchange and mutual support. Aims The EUSPR’s Early Careers Forum has been established to facilitate networking and shared learning among those members of the EUSPR who are still in the early stages of their career. It offers the first European […]
A lecture by members of the EUSPR Steering committee will take place on Thursday May 20 at 3:00pm at the Karolinska Institutet. Some questions that will be addressed include: What is prevention research? What is needed to advance mthodology and education in prevention research?
18 November 2009 marked the day in which the European Society for Prevention Research (EUSPR) was founded. Participants from Europe within the field of prevention research gathered in Rome to discuss the need, capacity and possibility of building such a Society.