Morning – Monday, 16 September

08:00 Conference registration

09:00 Plenary session 1 (Refter)

  • Looking over or tearing down the wall: Tapping into the unleashed potential of improving health-literacy (Kristine Sørensen)
  • Kristine Sørensen / Gerard Hastings (Global Health Literacy Academy / University of Stirling)

10:30 Coffee break

11:00 Parallel session 1.1 – Themed session: ASAP training project (Refter)

  • ASAP Training project: training on main prevention science topics – Dr. Rachele Donini (ASL 2 Savona)
  • ASAP-Training Project – Mr. Daniele Musian (A.Li.Sa.)
  • The ASAP-Training Integrated Platform. The design and the implementation of tools for supporting eLearning and practice sharing – Dr. Barbara Mazzarino (SI4life)
  • Promoting and supporting an integrated and complex approach to drug prevention intervention analyzing the different models of drug prevention systems – ASAP training (WP2 of EU Funded project) – Mr. Artur Malczewski (Reitox Focal Point – National Bureau for Drug Prevention)
  • ASAP Training project: dissemination and sustainability of the project – Mrs. Sanela Talič (Institute Utrip)

11:00 Parallel session 1.2 – Early Career session 1 (Priorzaal)

  • Predictors of mentoring relationship quality: a mixed methods study on a school-based mentoring programme – Dr. Giovanni Aresi (Università Cattolica del Sacro cuore)
  • Do the parental permissive attitudes toward cigarette smoking and alcohol use influence illicit drug use among adolescents? – Ms. Emina Mehanović (Department of Clinical and Biological Sciences, University of Torino, Italy and Piedmont Centre for Drug Addiction Epidemiology, ASL TO3, Grugliasco (Torino), Italy)
  • Connecting the Informal Care System and Formal Care System of Multiproblem Families through Youth Initiated Mentoring (YIM) – Ms. Natasha Koper (Utrecht University; University of Amsterdam; YIM Foundation)
  • The impact of brief motivational counselling for smoking cessation in an Italian Emergency Department – Dr. Sara Bortoluzzi (University of Eastern Piedmont)
  • Cannabis consumption in school-based adolescents: sex and personality traits – Ms. María del Carmen Torrejón-Guirado (University of Seville)
  • The effect of alcohol strength on alcohol consumption: findings from a randomised controlled crossover pilot trial – Ms. Parvati Perman-Howe (Oxford Brookes University)

11:00 Parallel session 1.3 – Campfire 1 (Dormitoriumzaa)

  • Triangulate more: advancing causal inference in intervention evaluation research – Prof. Rosaria Galanti (Karolinska Institutet)
  • The role of school experience in mediating the association between conduct problems trajectories and NEET status – Dr. Leonardo Bevilacqua (University College London)
  • From the protocol design to the research implementation: Recognizing the legacy and addressing the challenges of the SFP evaluation in Brazil – Dr. Larissa Nobre-Sandoval (University of Brasília)

11:00 Parallel session 1.4 – Classical oral communications: Substance use prevention (Jan Gillis)

  • Developmental perspective on substance use prevention (paper 1: scientific underpinnings) – Dr. Simone Onrust (Trimbos Institute)
  • Developmental perspective on substance use prevention (paper 2 Fresh Start) – Ms. Renee Verkerk (Trimbos Institute)
  • Developmental perspectives on substance use prevention (paper 3: Parent-Child Program and InCharge) – Ms. Ester Speth (Trimbos Institute)
  • Assessing community-based prevention initiatives in Mallorca: Preliminary results of the EPOPS project – Ms. Yasmina Castaño (IREFREA – European Institute of Studies on Prevention)
  • Volunteer Family Connect: Bringing together community members, practice wisdom and rigorous research to support families – Dr. Kelly Baird (Western Sydney University)
  • Alcohol-Related Collateral Harm: the unseen dimension of alcohol-related harm Study of students aged 16-24 in Southern England – Dr. Briony Enser (Oxford Brookes University)

11:00 Parallel session 1.5 – Evidence-based prevention (Oude Infirmerie)

  • Challenges and Solutions in Translating Evidence-Based Research into Practice – Dr. Pamela Buckley (University of Colorado Boulder)
  • Evaluation of the many not the few: how can we usefully evaluate interventions when a randomised controlled trial is impossible, improbable or unnecessary? – Dr. Nick Axford (University of Plymouth)
  • Regional Health Coordination – an intersectoral multi-component intervention to promote interdisciplinarity and professionalism in prevention and health promotion in Lower Austrian municipalities: Development and first results – Mr. Ludwig Grillich (Danube University Krems)
  • Minimum quality standards in prevention – from policy consensus to assessment and implementation – Mr. Matej Košir (Institute Utrip)
  • Establishment and development of national Professional Society OSPRCH for prevention in the Czech Republic: contribution of the process of quality improvement and development of the field of prevention and its gradual professionalization – Ms. Helena Fialova (Magdalena, NGO)
  • A quality framework for training programs – crossing European standards for prevention and for elearning – Prof. Susana Henriques (Universidade Aberta; CIES-IUL)

12:30 Lunch break and Poster session 1

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