Morning – Tuesday 17 September

08:30 Conference registration

08:30 Members’ meeting (Refter)

09:30 Parallel session 3.1 – Redefining prevention (Refter)

  • Interdisciplinary and cross-sectoral approach to prevention: small country, small challenges? – Ms. Karin Streimann (National Institute for Health Development)
  • Redesigning prevention: from silos to co-creation – Mr. Ain Peil (The Ministry of the Interior)
  • Redesigning prevention: how to change the institutional and professional practices? – Ms. Triin Sokk (National Institute for Health Development)
  • Using powerful solutions for prevention – are we doing enough? – Ms. Karin Streimann (National Institute for Health Development)
  • Oral posters:
    • Is the ability of implementation the key evaluation criterion? Short or long prophylactic impacts on the universal level? – Prof. Krzysztof Wojcieszek (Pedagogium WSNS in Warsaw)
    • Parenting in 2 Worlds: A Culturally Adapted Parenting Program that Strengthens Urban American Indian Families through Cultural Engagement – Prof. Stephen Kulis (Arizona State University)
    • The preventive role of an emotion focused parenting program: parents’ reflections on tuning in to kids – Ms. Ayca Ulker Erdem (Hacettepe University, Department of Early Childhood Education)
    • Family Drug Preventive Interventions: the case study of the Universal Family Competence Program 11-14 In Spain – Dr. Joan Amer (University of the Balearic Islands)
    • Environmental Prevention in School Context: Process And Outcome Evaluation of the “Dealing With Addictive Behaviours’ Project” – Dr. Isabel Prata (Addictive Behaviours and Dependencies Intervention Division (DICAD) – Health Ministry)
    • Improving Motivating styles to promote Physical Activity: Teachers’ Experiences in using Motivational Interaction – Dr. Elina Renko (University of Helsinki)
    • Recanting rate analysis: A novel way to assess and control for measurement error in RCT self-report outcomes – Dr. Andrew Percy (Queen’s University Belfast)
    • Developing a community intervention (LEF): effects of creating pre-intervention awareness – Ms. Ina Koning (Youth Studies, Interdisciplinary Social Science, Utrecht University)

09:30 Parallel session 3.2 – Early Career session 3 (Priorzaal)

  • The effectiveness of school-based intervention programs targeting stress in adolescents: A multilevel meta-analysis – Mrs. Amanda van Loon (Utrecht University
  • The effectiveness of the “Who really wins?” youth gambling prevention program – results with regard to different types of high-school – Mrs. Sabina Mandić (Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences University of Zagreb)
  • A web based computer tailoring intervention based on the gamification vs texts for binge-drinking prevention in adolescent: protocol study – Ms. María del Carmen Torrejón-Guirado (University of Seville)
  • Exercise and prevention of fall in elderly: a systematic review and metanalysis of Cochrane studies – Ms. Silvia Caristia (Department of Translational Medicine, University of Eastern Piedmont)
  • Elements that can encourage child participation in school – Ms. Andrea Ćosić (University of Zagreb)
  • Emotional Learning as the Interdisciplinary Positive Approach within Universal Prevention – Ms. Maria Wojcieszek (University of Warsaw)

09:30 Parallel session 3.3 – Health promotion and prevention of risky behaviours (Dormitoriumzaal)

  • Modelling the impact of calorie-reduction interventions on childhood obesity and across inequalities – Dr. Simon Russell (University College London)
  • The great live and move challenge » and the promotion of physical activity in children: Results from a cluster-randomized controlled trial – Dr. Mathieu Gourlan (Epidaure, Prevention Department of the Montpellier Cancer Institute)
  • Evaluation of a Mystery Shop Intervention to Reduce Sales of Alcohol to Minors in Zacatecas and Aguascalientes, Mexico – Dr. Joel W Grube (Prevention Research Center, PIRE)
  • Home Drinking in Women over 30 years of age. Findings from an internet survey – Dr. John Foster (University of Greenwich)
  • Immersion is key: Fostering Injury Prevention Through Virtual Reality Applications – a Randomized Controlled Trial of Warning Compliance in a Virtual Thunderstorm – Mr. Samuel Tomczyk (University of Greifswald)
  • Child Maltreatment and Adulthood Substance Use: Evidence from Ukraine – Dr. Viktor Burlaka (Wayne State University), Dr. Oleksii Serdiuk (Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs), Ms. Iuliia Churakova (Wayne State University), Dr. Volodymyr Proskura (Lviv Polytechnic National University)
  • Building a national institutional infrastructure in prevention is fundamental requirement for developing workforce and successful university study programs in prevention science – Prof. Michal Miovsky (Charles University in Prague)

09:30 Parallel session 3.4 – Prevention and end user groups (Jan Gillis)

Special session on prevention and end user groups – Mr. Gregor Burkhart (European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction), Dr. Rachele Donini (ASL 2 Savona), Mr. Peer van der Kreeft (HoGent)

09:30 Parallel session 3.5 – Drug use (Oude Infirmerie)

  • Effects of an Online Responsible Vendor Training for Recreational Cannabis Stores on Sales to Pseudo-intoxicated Customers: Need for Increased Deterrence – Dr. David B Buller (Klein Buendel, Inc.)
  • Using Selective Invalidation of Ambivalent Pro-marijuana Attitude Components to Prevent Marijuana Use – Dr. William Crano (Claremont Graduate University)
  • Perceptions of cannabis health information labels in a large international sample of people who use cannabis: will cannabis companies grow to be different to the alcohol and tobacco industries? – Dr. Emma Davies (Oxford Brookes University)
  • Promising and justifiable practices to increase accessibility for, reach and retention of migrants and ethnic minorities (MEM) in European drug treatment: A narrative review and reflection – Ms. Charlotte De Kock (Ghent University)
  • “I’m not the anti-smoker now. I just don’t smoke anymore”: Social obstacles to quitting smoking among emerging adults – Ms. Joanne Dono (University of Adelaide & SAHMRI)
  • Am I on the right track with the development of my harm reduction intervention? The development and use of an evaluation instrument – Dr. Desiree Spronk (Trimbos Institute)

11:15 Coffee break

11:45 Plenary/sofa session (Refter)

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

13:00 Lunch break and Poster Session 2

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