Afternoon – Monday, 16 September

14:00 Plenary/sofa session (Refter)

  • Kristine Sorensen (Global Health Literacy Academy)
  • Gerard Hastings (University of Stirling)
  • Gjalt-Jorn Peters (Open University of the Netherlands)

15:30 Coffee break

16:00 Parallel session 2.1 – TED-⁠style talks (Refter)

  • Prevention at the intersections: Adventures in multidisciplinary practice – Dr. Tim Hobbs (Dartington Service Design Lab)
  • It may work, but why does no-one turn up? The need for an intentional focus on Design in Prevention Research – Ms. Maria Portugal (Dartington Service Design Lab)
  • Mental Health Literacy: A Systematic Review of Existing Conceptualisation and Measurement in Adolescence – Ms. Rosie Mansfield (University of Manchester)
  • School-level predictors of conduct problems trajectories – Dr. Leonardo Bevilacqua (University College London)

16:00 Parallel session 2.2 – Early Career session 2: Oral communications and oral posters (Priorzaal)

  • Motives, consequences and consumption patterns of alcohol and cannabis in college students of Quito-Ecuador – Ms. Batul Rojeab (Ministry of Public Health Ecuador)
  • Multidisciplinary and multi-component approach to the Cannabis Tobacco joint: ÉVICT Project – Dr. Víctor José Villanueva (Universidad Internacional de Valencia / EVICT)
  • Attachment strategies among young people who exhibited Harmful Sexual Behaviour – developmental pathway considering intergenerational attachment dynamics – Dr. Bartosz Zaniewski (NSPCC)
  • Self-report of illicit drug substitution behavior in a sample of Israeli high-risk drug users – Mr. Barak Shapira (Hebrew University in Jerusalem)
  • Attitudes towards alcohol use: A study among young adults and teenagers drinking in the streets – Ms. Maite Kefauver (IREFREA – European Institute of Studies on Prevention)
  • Stand by or step up? Exploring student attitudes to intervening in harassment and assault – Dr. Sarah Hennelly (Oxford Brookes University)
  • Refugee children in Croatia: experiences, needs and expectations – Ms. Katarina Perić (Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar)
  • Promoting problem solving skills – strengthening resilience – how to measure? – Mrs. Antje Kula (Hannover Medical School – IESG)

16:00 Parallel session 2.3 – Campfire 2 (Dormitoriumzaal)

  • Young drug users in the criminal justice system – Dr. Günter Stummvoll (European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research)
  • Why do flagship evidence-based programmes from the US run aground in Europe, and how should online repositories of programmes deal with this? – Mr. Gregor Burkhart (European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction)
  • Standards of evidence and ‘what works’ repositories in children’s services: a critical appraisal – Dr. Nick Axford (University of Plymouth)

16:00 Parallel session 2.4 – Themed session: STAD in Europe (Jan Gillis)

  • What we found in the STAD in Europe project and lessons learned – Mrs. Lotte Voorham (Trimbos Institute)
  • The STAD model in the nightlife setting and at large sporting events – Dr. Johanna Gripenberg (Karolinska Institutet)
  • The STAD model – The piloting in the open public spaces – Ms. Mariàngels Duch Moya (IREFREA – European Institute of Studies on Prevention)
  • Alcohol and youth in Slovenia – prevention challenges and the way forward – Mr. Matej Košir (Institute Utrip)
  • Evaluation of the STAD in Europe (SiE) pilot interventions – Ms. Joella Anupol (IREFREA – European Institute of Studies on Prevention)

16:00 Parallel session 2.5 – Classical oral communications: School and family prevention (Oude Infirmerie)

  • Strong Families: A new open-source family skills prevention programme aiming to prevent a broad spectrum of risk behaviours in different regions – Dr. Wadih Maalouf (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)), Dr. Karin Haar (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC))
  • A family-based program to reduce teen alcohol use and risky sexual behavior – Dr. Brenda A Miller (PRC/PIRE)
  • Is the Strengthening Families Program effective in Brazil? Intragroup comparison between pre-test and 10-month follow-up – Dr. Larissa NobreSandoval (University of Brasília)
  • Longer-term impact of a combined classroom and parental intervention on alcohol-related harms and heavy episodic drinking: Results from a large scale cRCT (STAMPP Trial) – Dr. Andrew Percy (Queen’s University Belfast)
  • An Exploratory Study of Teacher’s Requirements to Deliver Drug Education Help! I Have a Lesson – A UK Case Study – Mr. Richard Lynas (Mentor UK)
  • Learning to Be: promoting Social and Emotional learning through relationship-centred learning environment and teaching methods – Mrs. Sanela Talič (Institute Utrip)

18:30 Conference reception

19:30 Conference social dinner

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