We held a special guided poster session as part of Day 1. There were prizes for the best poster including one year’s free Society membership and free conference fees for next year’s conference.
Awarded presenters were invited to present and discuss their work to all conference delegates in a special session at the end of Day 2.
The winners of the poster competition were:
Dr Daniel Hale – A Systematic Review Of Effective Interventions For Multiple Risk Behaviour
General and Adolescent Paediatrics, Institute of Child Health, University College London, UK
Contributing authors: Hale D, Fitzgerald-Yau N, Viner R
Przemyslaw K Budzyna-Dawidowski – Terms of Engagement: increasing efficacy of preventative interventions in a multicultural society
Marinoto Youth West, Waitemata District Health Board, Auckland, New Zealand
Joint 3rd Place
Dr Paula Bleckmann – Parents as mediators of children´s media (ab)use: An elementary school based programme to prevent problematic media use as precursor of internet and gaming addiction
Criminological research institute in lower Saxony (KFN), Germany
Contributing authors: Bleckmann P, Freitag E, Seidel M, Kleimann M
Dr Giuseppe Grosso – Adherence to Mediterranean diet and cardiovascular risk factors in Sicily, Southern Italy
Department of Drug Sciences, Section of Biochemistry, University of Catania, Italy
Contributing authors: Grosso G, Marventano S, Nolfo F, Giorgianni G, Mistretta A