Afternoon – Tuesday 17 September

14:00 Parallel session 4.1 – Themed session: Good Behavior Game (Refter)

  • Adapting and evaluating versions of the Good Behavior Game in Europe – Mr. Magnus Johansson (Oslo Metropolitan University), Ms. Karin Streimann (National Institute for Health Development), Dr. Geertje Leflot (Thomas More University College)
  • PAX Good Behavior Game: Cultural Adaption and Pilot Trial in Sweden – Mr. Magnus Johansson (Oslo Metropolitan University)
  • PAX Good Behavior Game in Estonia: overview of the last 5 years – Ms. Karin Streimann (National Institute for Health Development)
  • Developing and evaluating the Flemish version of the Good Behavior Game: Successes and obstacles – Dr. Geertje Leflot (Thomas More University of Applied Sciences)
  • Good Behavior Game – Alternative method for traditional class management – Dr. Katarzyna Okulicz-Kozaryn (State Agency for Prevention of Alcohol Related Problems)

14:00 Parallel session 4.2 – Interdisciplinary prevention / Workforce for Drug Demand Reduction (Priorzaal)

  • Choosing priorities for prevention Plans: the Piedmont experience – Dr. Cristiano Piccinelli (AOU Città della Salute e della Scienza di Torino)
  • Opportunistic multiple behaviour change brief advice delivered by trained health professionals in community-based health services, workplaces, and in cancer screening settings – Dr. Giuseppe Gorini (ISPRO, Oncology Research, Prevention & Network Institute, Florence, Tuscany Region)
  • Empowering Hospital study: effect on health-related behaviours – Dr. Alessandro Coppo (University of Eastern Piedmont)
  • Escape Migration Project: aspects of hosting and inclusion. Identities and Places – Prof. Ana Maria Bertão S. Neto (School of Education of the Polytechnic of Porto)
  • Building a Professional Workforce for Drug Demand Reduction: Providing an International Focal Point for Access to Research, Training, Institutional Engagement and Credentialing for Field Based Impact – Ms. Joanna Travis-Roberts (International Society of Substance Use Professionals (ISSUP)), Ms. Kimberly Johnson (International Consortium of Universities for Drug Demand Reduction (ICUDDR)), Ms. Becky Vaughn (Global Centre for Credentialing and Certification (GCCC))

14:00 Parallel session 4.3 – Campfire 3 (Dormitoriumzaal)

  • Breaking down the walls, handing over the axe: environmental education and prevention – Ms. Helen Williams (Crew 2000 Scotland Ltd)
  • Identifying cross-disciplinary opportunities to increase physical activity – Mrs. Eefje Battel (Howest University of Applied Sciences)
  • Youth Peer Mentorship – Lebanon – Mr. Anthony Abi Zeid (Mentor Arabia)

14:00 Parallel session 4.4 – Adolescent and youth prevention (Jan Gillis)

  • Developing a preventive intervention for adolescent mental health problems – Part 1: Identifying transdiagnostic effective common elements – Dr. Siri Helland (Regional Centre for Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Eastern and Southern Norway (RBUP))
  • Developing a preventive intervention for adolescent mental health problems – Part 2: Co-creation – systematic user involvement and user participation – Dr. Anneli Mellblom (Regional Centre for Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Eastern and Southern Norway (RBUP))
  • Binational collaboration to culturally adapt the keepin’ it REAL substance use prevention program for adolescents in Mexico – Prof. Flavio Marsiglia (Arizona State University)
  • A systematic review of the benefits of youth involvement in the implementation of proven prevention science programs – Prof. John Toumbourou (Deakin University)
  • Keepin’ it REAL in Mexico: A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Substance Use Prevention Program for Middle Schools in Mexico’s Largest Cities – Prof. Stephen Kulis (Arizona State University)

14:00 Parallel session 4.5 – PechaKucha (Oude Infirmerie)

  • Communicating towards health improvement. Developing evidence-based practical tools at the intersection of health promotion, communication studies and behaviour insights – Dr. Leen Van Brussel (Vlaams Instituut Gezond Leven)
  • Training program on the collaboration between Social Work and Police promoting a healthy and save public space – Mrs. Annemie Coone (HoGent)
  • Towards a European concept of crime prevention – Mr. Jorne Vanhee (European Crime Prevention Network Secretariat)
  • “Het gedragswiel” as a comprehensive overview of determinants of (health-related) behaviour – Dr. Leen Van Brussel (Vlaams Instituut Gezond Leven)
  • Healthy Living: Physical health education in Croatia – Ms. Helena Križan (Croatian Institute of Public Health)
  • Preventing victimisation of minors in the digital age – Dr. Stijn Aerts (European Crime Prevention Network (EUCPN))

15:30 Coffee break

16:00 Plenary session 4 and prize giving (Refter)

  • Aaron Lyon (University of Washington)
  • Gjalt-Jorn Peters (Open University of Netherlands)
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