The first EUSPR conference / members’ meeting took place as a pre-conference session during the European Public Health Conference in Amsterdam on 10-11 November 2010.
Can research on prevention contribute to the reduction of inequalities in health in Europe?
1st European Society for Prevention Research Conference and Members’ Meeting
The historical first EUSPR conference / members’ meeting took place as a pre-conference session on 10/11 November 2010 during the European Public Health Association (EUPHA) Conference in Amsterdam. Its aim was to bring together researchers from both Europe and the USA, in order to highlight pioneer experiences on the development and evaluation of prevention projects targeting widespread determinants of health inequalities. The conference also represented the occasion for the formal constitution of the EUSPR. Therefore, during the second day the discussion focussed on the EUSPR mission, membership, future actions and alliances, but also issues of organization and administration. The conference was sponsored by the Mentor Foundation.
Download conference leaflet (inc programme)
Reflections on the EUSPR meeting by EUSPR member Andrew Brown, Mentor UK (http://www.mentoruk.org.uk)
Selected presentations, and the summary reports of the workshops are available to EUSPR members:
The presentations available to EUSPR Members are:
Mike Kelly, National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, UK: “Can prevention based on behavioural change reduce social inequalities?”
Zili Sloboda, JBS International, North Bethesda, USA – US SPR Former President: “Prevention Science, the Role of Theory, and the Society for Prevention Research”
Farida Allaghi, Director of Mentor Arabia and Trustee of Mentor International: “Prevention, Opportunity and Protection”
Rosaria Galanti – on behalf of the EUSPR interim Board, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden: “EUSPR ‘on the road’ – Misson, Organisation, Statue and Membership”
Members’ Meeting Papers
The presentation by Rosaria Galanti discusses the future of the EUSPR and can be downloaded by EUSPR Members’ at the above link for conference presentations, or at the following link which contains meeting papers from all Members’ Meetings.
Note to attendants: Perhaps you attended our Amsterdam conference but are not yet a member of the EUSPR. If so, we would encourage you to register as a member. Registration will ensure that, amongst other benefits, you receive our latest announcements and access to the conference presentations from all EUSPR conferences (please see each conference page for details of the presentations that are available for Members to download)
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