EUSPR 2018: NINTH EUSPR CONFERENCE AND MEMBERS’ MEETING - 2018
PROGRAM

Days: Wednesday, October 24th Thursday, October 25th Friday, October 26th

Wednesday, October 24th

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17:30-19:00 Formal conference opening and drinks reception at Lisbon City Hall

Conference opening and drinks reception at Lisbon City Hall

Thursday, October 25th

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09:00-10:30 Session Plenary 1: Plenary Session I

Plenary Session 1

09:00
Cluster randomised trial of Communities That Care in Australia: Translating research into prevention practice (abstract)
09:45
Improving the use of evidence in prevention practice - lessons learned from violence prevention in Austria (abstract)
10:30-11:00Coffee Break
11:00-12:30 Session Plenary 2: Plenary Session II

Plenary Session 2

11:00
Use of Evidence-based Prevention Programmes in Communities. A Practice-based Taxonomy of Barriers and Possible Solutions (abstract)
11:45
Co-producing and prototyping interventions (abstract)
12:30-14:00Lunch Break
12:30-14:00 Session Poster 1: Poster Session I

Poster Session 1

12:30
Polish-ukrainian scientific and methodical collaboration for supporting improvement of the prevention system and educating experts in preventing risk behaviours in the children and the youth in Ukraine (abstract)
12:30
Online risks in adolescence: An exploratory analysis of a Parental Mediation Scale (abstract)
12:30
Parenting in 2 Worlds: A Culturally Tailored Invervention Addressing Risky Sexual Behavior in Urban American Indian Adolescents (abstract)
12:30
Nicotine dependence and its determinants among adult smokers in Sousse, Tunisia (abstract)
12:30
The online activity among young people. The phenomenon of lifestreaming (abstract)
12:30
Implementation of evidence-based prevention model Communities That Care into a practice – challenges and lessons learned (abstract)
12:30
Towards a positive change of habits. National Sobriety Program in Poland. (abstract)
12:30
Effects of an Alcohol Prevention Program at Sporting Events: A 2-Year Follow-up Study Using Pseudopatrons (abstract)
12:30
Alcohol prevention at sport stadiums: Effects from a 2-year follow-up study using biological sampling to measure intoxication levels among spectators (abstract)
12:30
To use or not to use, factors related to the non-use of cannabis in case of a real opportunity to use the drug (abstract)
12:30
The importance of teachers’ evaluation in an evidence-based program. The example of Universal Family Competence Program (abstract)
12:30
Training needs among prevention professionals in Spain: The European Universal Prevention Curriculum (abstract)
12:30
Substance use patterns and related problems among youths visiting youth health clinics in Sweden (abstract)
12:30
Harmful effects of the alcohol and other drugs policy implementing strategies in brazil (abstract)
12:30
Better consumer information on alcohol labels as a prevention tool (abstract)
12:30
The FYFA project: Preventive policies in the sport settings (abstract)
12:30
PsykTestBarn.no (PsychTestChild): Bridging the Gap Between Practice and Research Evidence (abstract)
12:30
Development and validation of a Mobile App to prevent smoking relapse (abstract)
12:30
Presence of European and non-European migrants in services across the drug treatment spectrum in Belgium and Portugal: Implications for prevention and treatment initiatives (abstract)
12:30
Prevalence rates of cyberbullying among Norwegian adolescents and support for cyberbully-victims (abstract)
12:30
Gender, Unplugged intervention and resilience (abstract)
12:30
Evaluation of the School and Family Prevention Program "Juego de LLaves" of the Asociación Proyecto Hombre: Results and conclusions (abstract)
12:30
Using information on contextual factors for developing a tailored implementation strategy for web-based substance use prevention programs at German universities – Results of the DIOS-study (abstract)
12:30
Factors associated with binge drinking in adolescents, through the I-Change model. (abstract)
12:30
Family Argumentativeness and Expressiveness and Adolescent Dating Violence and Externalizing Behaviors (abstract)
12:30
Teenagers’ use of different Social Network Sites and associated behaviours: an insight from focus groups made with 11 to 16 years old French adolescents (abstract)
12:30
Testing the family resilience model: a research proposal (abstract)
12:30
Stakeholder Perceptions of Supervised Injection Facilities: A Qualitative Synthesis (abstract)
12:30
Differences between youth drinking cultures in Italy and the U.S.A. What are the implications for practice? (abstract)
12:30
Promoting Positive Choices for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth: development of an online drug prevention portal (abstract)
12:30
Implementation and evaluation of Positive Choices: an online initiative to address the evidence-practice gap in substance use prevention (abstract)
12:30
Combining evidence, photos and stories to inform development of computerised drug prevention for Australian Indigenous youth (abstract)
12:30
Correlates of cannabis and other illicit drug use among secondary school students in Nigeria (abstract)
12:30
Correlates of alcohol use and drunkenness among secondary school students in Nigeria (abstract)
12:30
Knowledge, attitudes and behaviours on tobacco, alcohol and drugs among Nigerian secondary school students: differences by geopolitical zones (abstract)
12:30
Riscos & desafios: validation of an additive behaviours and dependencies preventive program among students in higher education (abstract)
12:30
The riscos & desafios program: process evaluation (abstract)
12:30
Overview of the Good Behavior Game Feasibility Study and Implementation Lessons Learned in Poland (abstract)
12:30
Prevention of Alcohol Abuse and Depression in higher education context: the Riscos & Desafios Program (abstract)
12:30
How important is quality of implementation for the effectiveness of the Danish alcohol prevention programme The GOOD Life? (abstract)
12:30
An effective technology-assisted program to prevent sleep problems among employees: findings from a multi-country workplace study (abstract)
12:30
An Evaluation of the SKILLS (Support for Kids in Learning and Language Strategies) Online Programme for Teaching Assistants (abstract)
12:30
Profilaktycy.pl – the automatized system of assessing prevention needs and recommending preventive activities in Polish schools (abstract)
12:30
Peer influence and peer selection effects and the emergence of alcohol use and depression during adolescence: Implications for prevention (abstract)
12:30
Using E-Health to Promote HPV Vaccination: The Women’s Stories Intervention for Planned Parenthood (abstract)
12:30
Household, Moderate physical activity and the risk of breast cancer among Nigerian women. (abstract)
12:30
The Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) in relation to severity of Alcohol Use Disorders according to the DSM 5. (abstract)
12:30
Health Literacy of 11-12 Grades Schoolchildren, their Parents and Teachers (abstract)
12:30
Micronutrient deficiency prevention and the ‘crime – counterfeit nutraceuticals’ combination in Balkan countries (abstract)
12:30
Traditional risk factors for essential hypertension: analysis of their specific combination in the EPIC Potsdam cohort (abstract)
12:30
An eHealth multiple behaviour change intervention to prevent chronic disease risk among adolescents: Development and Study Protocol of the Health4Life Initiative (abstract)
12:30
System of new psychoactive substances (NPS) intoxications control in Poland (abstract)
12:30
Adherence to the Family Competence Program for Adolescents in Spain (abstract)
12:30
Tobacco Advertisement Liking, Vulnerability Factors, and Tobacco Use among Young Adults (abstract)
12:30
Psychometric Properties of the Spanish version of the Child Anxiety Life Interference Scale for Parents (CALIS-P) (abstract)
12:30
Short-term effects of a transdiagnostic prevention program in reducing emotional symptoms in a non-clinical sample of Spanish-speaking children (abstract)
12:30
Climate Schools Plus (CSP): Implementing & evaluating an integrated online intervention for students and parents to prevent alcohol and cannabis harms among adolescents (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session Parallel 1.1: SCHOOLS, MENTAL HEALTH, AND WELLBEING

Parallel Session 1.1: SCHOOLS, MENTAL HEALTH, AND WELLBEING

14:00
Beyond individual achievements: is there a link between school social and pedagogic climate and adolescents’ mental health? (abstract)
14:15
Implementation of a new indicated prevention program for school children with symptoms of anxiety and depression (abstract)
14:30
How to reduce cyberbullying at schools? Construction and evaluation of new electronic aggression prevention programme aimed at adolescents (abstract)
14:45
Time for Change - An Innovative Approach to Create a Digital Offer (abstract)
15:00
Initiating change in the school environment to reduce bullying and aggression: a cluster randomised controlled trial of the Learning Together (LT) intervention in English secondary schools (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session Parallel 1.2: ILLICIT SUBSTANCES

Parallel Session 1.2: ILLICIT SUBSTANCES

Location: EMCDDA 107
14:00
International Standards on Drug Use Prevention, UNODC/WHO Second Updated Edition (abstract)
14:15
Web-based self-help vs. chat-counselling vs. adherence-focused guidance for cannabis misusers (abstract)
14:30
The effectiveness of parallel adolescent and parent interventions to reduce substance use among immigrant and refugee youth (abstract)
14:45
E-health and m-health: using new technologies to respond to drug problems (abstract)
15:00
Internet-based prevention for alcohol and other drugs: An overview of the universal Climate Schools prevention programs (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session Parallel 1.3: ALCOHOL

Parallel Session 1.3: ALCOHOL

Location: EMCDDA 012
14:00
Regulating alcohol marketing as a preventive measure for alcohol-related harm: Towards a suitable model for Belgium (abstract)
14:15
Closing the gap between research and intervention implementation: a welcome challenge (abstract)
14:30
Effectiveness of a selective prevention program targeting personality risk factors for alcohol misuse among young adolescents: Results of a cluster randomized controlled trial and implications for implementation (abstract)
14:45
The impact of alcohol health warning labels on drinking behaviours: an international survey (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session Parallel 1.4: INNOVATIONS IN PREVENTION

Parallel Session 1.4: INNOVATIONS IN PREVENTION

Location: Palacete 102
14:00
Hot spot analysis of crime in Krakow (Poland) (abstract)
14:15
Gamification of physical activity as a method of addressing health and social inequalities – Findings from 18 UK interventions. (abstract)
14:30
Preliminary results from the effectiveness study of the preventive EMOTION intervention and use of technology to improve uptake of the intervention in the services. (abstract)
14:45
Efficacy and conditions of efficacy of a smoking cessation e-'Tabac Info Service': ee-TIS trial, a combined approach for evaluation (abstract)
15:00
Using innovative, interactive, virtual reality gaming technology to reduce risky sexual behavior in early adolescents: The challenges of testing and implementing innovative, cutting edge prevention technology (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session Parallel 1.5: EARLY CAREER SESSION I

Parallel Session 1.5: EARLY CAREER SESSION 1

Location: EMCDDA 106
14:00
Preconception health behaviours of reproductive aged women (abstract)
14:15
Problem solving skills in kindergarten children – preliminary results of the WALLY testings within the KOAKIK-project (abstract)
14:30
An application of the theory of planned behaviour to help-seeking in adults with currently untreated mental health problems -- a longitudinal study (abstract)
14:45
Don‘t offend to peer: Raising problem awareness and building treatment motivation in users of child sexual abuse images (abstract)
15:00
Effects of video-feedback and cognitive preparation for improving social performance and anxiety symptoms through Super Skills for Life program (abstract)
15:30-16:00Coffee Break
16:00-18:00 Session Parallel 2.1: Special Session: The Prevention Workforce: An Emerging New Identity

Parallel Session 2.1 - The Prevention Workforce: An Emerging New Identity

One of the greatest challenges facing the prevention field is in the establishment of a professional workforce. For decades prevention professionals struggled to define themselves as being members of a legitimate, well-defined field and not step-children of other disciplines. With the creation of the U.S. and E.U. Societies for Prevention Research, the publication of the International Standards on Drug Use Prevention (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime) and of the European Drug Prevention Quality Standards (European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction), and, most recently the development of the Universal Prevention Curriculum (Applied Prevention Science International) and in association with the International Consortium of Universities for Drug Demand Reduction, the prevention field, specifically the substance use prevention field, is well-poised to be established as a bone fide profession. Several challenges lie ahead—integrating prevention science into practice, the invisible nature of prevention diffused over many settings, and, the inconsistency of service delivery that leads to erratic funding over time and no structured career paths for prevention professionals. The panel will first address the professional needs of four levels of prevention professionals defining special attributes of each. These include the policy maker at all government levels; the program planner/decision maker at the local level; the prevention worker implementing prevention interventions/policies; and the newcomer either trained already in some discipline such as education, social work, public health who is new to prevention and the student who is in college or university who could have a focus/major in prevention science and its application. Important to these presentations is a discussion of what are next steps in creating prevention workforce and its new identity.

Location: EMCDDA 107
16:00
The Prevention Workforce-An Emerging New Identity (abstract)
16:00-18:00 Session Parallel 2.2: Special Session: EPPIC: Exchanging Prevention practices on Polydrug use among youth In Criminal justice systems

Parallel Session 2.2 - EPPIC: Exchanging Prevention Practices on Polydrug Use among Youth in Criminal Justice Systems

EPPIC (Exchanging Prevention Practices on Polydrug Use among Youth in Criminal Justice Systems) is a three year European project funded by the Third EU Health Programme 2014-2020 (Chafea). It focuses on prevention and addressing all types of illicit drug use among young people (15-24) who are in touch with the criminal justice system. The project involves partners in six European countries (Austria, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Poland and UK).  A range of qualitative approaches have been used to identify innovative prevention approaches and projects; to collect new information: on the drug using trajectories of young people in the criminal justice system and on their perceptions and experiences of interventions; and to examine the views of service providers on prevention approaches for this target group.  The papers in this special session will examine some of the preliminary findings from the project focusing on the following themes: coercion and the criminal justice system; drug using and offending careers; diversity and prevention initiatives; best practice and quality standards for those in touch with the CJS; the relationship between legislation and prevention and the development of holistic approaches and interventions.

Location: EMCDDA 012
16:00
Drug Treatment for Young People in a Coercive Context: A Paradoxical Choice (abstract)
16:15
The role of critical moments in young drug-using offenders’ careers (abstract)
16:30
Challenges to providing culturally sensitive substance misuse interventions for Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority (BAME) groups within the youth justice system in the UK. (abstract)
16:45
Quality Standards for Interventions Aiming at Drug Use among Young People in Touch with Criminal Justice Systems in Different European Countries: an Overview (abstract)
17:00
Does drug legislation contribute to or limit prospects for adequate prevention? (abstract)
17:15
Same concept, different practices? Enactments of a ’holistic approach’ in two welfare institutions accommodating young adults with offending behavior and drug use experiences in Denmark. (abstract)
16:00-18:00 Session Parallel 2.3: Special Session: How to study and apply effective components

Parallel Session 2.3 - How to study and apply effective components

 

Evidence based prevention and treatment programs do not always show the expected effectiveness in ‘real world’ situations. This might be explained by an inadequate fit between program techniques and the service context. To improve this fit we are moving beyond the traditional program protocols and examine effective components. With the current evaluation approach it is impossible to establish whether a program protocol is the most effective approach. By examining to which extent components are associated with effectiveness (or ineffectiveness) current programs can be improved by including effective components or excluding ineffective components. Additionally, new programs can be developed based on effective components. Hence, a modular approach is used as a new technique to adjust or design interventions. This will improve the effectiveness of programs and minimize possible negative effects of the program.

In this symposium, first Dr. Melendez-Torres will present what types of components there are and which methods can be used for elicitation. Then, Mertens will present results of her meta-analysis concerning which components appear to be effective or ineffective components in secondary school based prevention programs. Third, Dr. Kjøbli will elaborate on how the effectiveness of components can be rigorously evaluated and how to use this knowledge to improve interventions or assemble them as a package. The next presenter, Dr. Skeen will discuss how to develop an intervention based on common components and test this program’s effectiveness. She will relate this information to her current WHO project. Lastly, Prof. Weisz will act as a discussant to give his insights concerning the research field of effective components and future directions for research in this field.

Location: Palacete 102
16:00
What exactly is a component and where do we find them? Methods and typologies for component identification (abstract)
16:15
What (not) to do? Meta-analysis of effective components of secondary school based prevention programs (abstract)
16:30
Improving outcomes for vulnerable children: Identifying the core components of intervention (abstract)
16:45
Developing an intervention package to promote positive mental health, and prevent mental disorders and risk behaviours (abstract)
17:00
DIscussant (abstract)
16:00-18:00 Session Parallel 2.4: PARENTS AND FAMILIES

Parallel Session 2.4: PARENTS AND FAMILIES

16:00
Rapid Cycle Testing of the Family Nurse Partnership: learning and next steps (abstract)
16:15
Successes and Barriers to Effective Implementation in Two Self-Directed Family Interventions: What Happens, and What Matters? (abstract)
16:30
“A community story: Sharing knowledge experiences in a prevention program” (abstract)
16:45
Exploring Parental Feeding Styles as Contributors to Childhood Obesity: An Integrated Research-Practice Approach to Reaching Parents in Real-World Settings (abstract)
17:00
Supporting children exposed to domestic violence through parent leadership coaching (abstract)
16:00-18:00 Session Parallel 2.5: EARLY CAREER SESSION II

Parallel Session 2.5: EARLY CAREER SESSION 2

Location: EMCDDA 106
16:00
A qualitative exploration of the intersection between social influence and cultural norms in relation to the development of alcohol consumption practices during adolescence (abstract)
16:15
Is long-term exposure to neighbourhood-level deprivation associated with experiences of intimate partner violence among women in early adulthood? Findings from a UK birth-cohort study (abstract)
16:30
Young adults’ alcohol-related experiences and their role in the friends group (abstract)
16:45
Active breaks program at school : Development, set up and feasability (abstract)
19:30-23:00 Conference Social Dinner

Conference Social Dinner

Friday, October 26th

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08:00-09:30 Session Special Symposium: Special Session: Embracing ‘failure’ in prevention science

SPECIAL SESSION: Embracing ‘failure’ in prevention science: how can we promote a more open and honest response to trial results showing that interventions ‘don’t work’ or cause harm?

In fields such as aviation, learning from failure to achieve desired outcomes is an embedded process intended to optimise performance. In health and social care, by contrast, it is often not clear how learning from failure affects the commissioning of services or research; indeed, there can be a tendency to cover up or explain away such events. We see evidence of this behaviour in prevention science when trial results show no or harmful effects. Examples include not publicising findings, conducting spurious sub-group analyses or attributing the outcome post hoc to real or perceived weaknesses in trial design or execution. This is unhelpful for several reasons, not least that it contributes to research ‘waste’, undermines respect for science and potentially stifles risk-taking innovation, at best leading to incremental change. This symposium explores common policy and research responses to finding that an intervention is ineffective or harmful, such as dismissing the results, decommissioning the intervention, continuing with the ‘failed’ intervention in the absence of a better option or because it meets other criteria, and adapting the intervention and testing those adaptations. Some of these responses are illustrated through case study papers on null effect trials in subject areas such as obesity, social-emotional learning and early years support. Each case study paper describes the trial results, what happened next and, as best as can be established, why. The anchor paper suggests that the nature of each stakeholder’s response(s) is affected by, inter alia, the nature of the ‘failure’, how much they have invested in the intervention (financially, psychologically, politically and organisationally), the extent to which they accept the trial findings, the availability (or lack) or alternatives, and whether they buy into the evidence-based practice paradigm. It advances several strategies to promote a more open and honest approach towards trials of interventions that show no or harmful effects. These strategies are categorised as ‘pre-empting’, ‘preparing for’, ‘acknowledging’ and ‘responding to’ such findings. The main message from the symposium is that the real failure in prevention science is a failure to learn from and act on disappointing results.

 

08:00
Embracing ‘failure’ in prevention science: how can we promote a more open and honest response to trial results showing that interventions ‘don’t work’ or cause harm? (abstract)
09:30-11:00 Session Parallel 3.1: SUPPORTING THE USE OF EVIDENCE BASED PREVENTION IN PRACTICE AND POLICY

Parallel Session 3.1: SUPPORTING THE USE OF EVIDENCE BASED PREVENTION IN PRACTICE AND POLICY

09:30
Evaluation of a knowledge transfer scheme to improve policy making and practices in health promotion and disease prevention setting in French regions: a realist study. (abstract)
09:45
Prevention in the local communities - the clash of recommendations with reality (abstract)
10:00
Using Monitoring and Evaluation to bridge the gap between science and practice (abstract)
10:15
The challenges of the implementation process – experiences from several European countries with the implementation of substance-use related prevention programmes from an evidence registry (abstract)
10:30
Challenges in use of evidence in development and implementation of an alcohol and drug prevention approach in sports clubs in Flanders (abstract)
09:30-11:00 Session Parallel 3.2: ADVANCES IN PREVENTION SCIENCE METHODOLOGY

Parallel Session 3.2: ADVANCES IN PREVENTION SCIENCE METHODOLOGY

Location: EMCDDA 107
09:30
Estimating Causal Effects in Testing Causal Mechanisms: Problems and Solutions (abstract)
09:45
Embracing complexity; methodological and practical considerations for the development and evaluation of programmes which seek to create the conditions for health and reduce health inequalities. (abstract)
10:00
Many tools but still a challenge: assessing intervention studies in prevention and health promotion – Study appraisal with ROBINS-I in a systematic review on prevention of adiposity (abstract)
10:15
The importance of fidelity and context in realist RCTs (abstract)
10:30
Qualitative Comparative Analysis: A Mixed-Method Tool for Complex Implementation Questions (abstract)
09:30-11:00 Session Parallel 3.3: FOCUS ON POPULATION APPROACHES IN PREVENTION

Parallel Session 3.3: FOCUS ON POPULATION APPROACHES IN PREVENTION

Location: EMCDDA 012
09:30
A new revolutionary drug based on prevention: "Prevenill". The European Code Against Cancer and the Network for Prevention. (abstract)
09:45
Embedding health promotional organisational development in educational institutions into a communal and multi-disciplinary prevention network (abstract)
10:00
A multi-level parenting resource delivery model for families that have experienced armed conflict and displacement (abstract)
10:15
A well-organised pilot program of PSA testing: benefits at less harms and cost-saving (abstract)
10:30
Effectiveness of Mois sans tabac, a French national and regional campaign against smoking (abstract)
09:30-11:00 Session Parallel 3.4: DIET AND PHYSICAL HEALTH

Parallel Session 3.4: DIET AND PHYSICAL HEALTH

Location: Palacete 102
09:30
Implementation and qualification of preventive programs and production of evidence: an integrating approach of systemic variables and epidemiological data (abstract)
09:45
Effects of an intensity level video demonstration on self-reported physical activity (abstract)
10:00
Implementing the GRADE Evidence to Decision (EtD) framework to answer a broad public health question: Challenges and solutions. (abstract)
10:15
Exploring the acceptability and feasibility of using activity monitoring devices to support physical activity within an exercise referral scheme for adults with, or at risk of, a chronic health condition. (abstract)
10:30
Using theory of change to develop an intervention theory for designing and evaluating behavior change SDApps for healthy eating and physical exercise: THE OCAPREV PROJECT (abstract)
09:30-11:00 Session Parallel 3.5: RISK AND RESILIENCE

Parallel Session 3.5: RISK AND RESILIENCE

Location: EMCDDA 106
09:30
Refining and testing measures of dating and relationship violence (DRV) among adolescents in England: Cognitive interview and baseline findings from the Project Respect DRV prevention programme (abstract)
09:45
Could population prevalence and socio-economic inequalities in children’s mental health problems be reduced by increasing physical activity? A policy simulation in the UK Millennium Cohort Study (MCS) (abstract)
10:00
Traditional Gender Roles and Gender Convergence in Substance Use among Spanish Adolescents (abstract)
10:15
Influences of Personal Characteristics on Group-based Club Intervention Outcomes (abstract)
10:30
Parental Influences on Adolescent Major Depressive Symptoms and Marijuana Use (abstract)
11:00-11:30Coffee Break
13:00-14:30Lunch Break
13:00-14:30 Session Poster 2: Poster Session II

Poster Session 2

13:00
Alcohol Availability, Use, and Harms Among Adolescents in Three Northeastern Mexican Cities (abstract)
13:00
Injecting cocaine and heroin users own smartphone too: Let’s provide them with ICT tools for reduce harms associated with drug consumption! (abstract)
13:00
Elos Program Transfer to States and Municipalities: Technology Development on Child Prevention Inspired on Good Behavior Game (abstract)
13:00
Normative beliefs of teachers and health professionals implementing prevention programs (abstract)
13:00
Indicated prevention within the diversion scheme in Hungary: using evaluation results for developing regulatory document to improve practice of prevention-education service (PES) (abstract)
13:00
Alternative to prison for young offenders using drugs – Evaluation of the immediate impact of indicated drug prevention interventions in Hungary as part of the diversion scheme (abstract)
13:00
Qualitative analysis regarding the implementation Elos and #Tamojunto prevention programs in northeastern cities of Brazil, 2016: Challenges and perspectives of improvement and re-revaluation (abstract)
13:00
Substance use and dependence among Brazilian adolescents: Findings from a National Survey, 2015 (abstract)
13:00
Assessing the relationship between smoking and abdominal obesity in a National Survey of Adolescents in Brazil (abstract)
13:00
Cognitive testing of survey items on social norms relating to sexual behaviour and dating and relationship violence with young adolescents in England (abstract)
13:00
Gender differences regarding behavior/patterns crack use: Crack National research findings, Brazil, 2012 (abstract)
13:00
Education professionals’ awareness and attitudes to evidence-based practices for social and emotional skills in early childhood (abstract)
13:00
The effectiveness of the "Unplugged" program in Nigeria: adaptation, Training of Trainers and implementation (abstract)
13:00
Gender differences in results of a UNODC-LCIF multisite Case Control Trial of the Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence in South East Europe (abstract)
13:00
Examining international digital solutions for career development and support (abstract)
13:00
Alerta Alcohol: Long-term Effects of a Web-based computer tailored intervention to prevent alcohol drinking among Andalusian adolescents. (abstract)
13:00
The effectiveness of the "Unplugged" program in Nigeria: study design and results (abstract)
13:00
Developing your digital skillset in the field of substance use and prevention. (abstract)
13:00
Validation of scales to evaluate motivations to cannabis use among adolescents between 15 and 18 years old. (abstract)
13:00
Drug Prevention for Adolescents in Violent Urban Settings: Implementation and Evaluation of Keepin’ it REAL in a Mexican Border City (abstract)
13:00
The contribution of behavioural risk factors to socioeconomic inequalities in mortality in the Italian Longitudinal Study. (abstract)
13:00
The health economic consequences related to the use of anabolic androgenic steroids (AAS) in Sweden (abstract)
13:00
Facilitators and barriers identified during the implementation of 100% Pure Hard Training – a preventive method aimed to reduce the prevalence of anabolic-androgenic-steroids and growth hormones among gym-goers. (abstract)
13:00
My life, My choice. Universal school- based prevention programme for students with mild intellectual disability. (abstract)
13:00
Multi-level, Multi-component community-based behavior change interventions: basics and challenges (Example of promoting physical activity) (abstract)
13:00
Role of Police in environmental prevention: pilot assessment of the effect of increased law enforcement in Czech republic (abstract)
13:00
Is your weekly budget linked to your alcohol consumption? (abstract)
13:00
Brazilian adolescents transfer for their lives what they learn in the Strengthening Families Program? A short-term descriptive analysis. (abstract)
13:00
Norms, refusal skills and alcohol drinking among early adolescents (abstract)
13:00
A methodological explanation of Decision Tree and Random Forest techniques to predict alcohol use (abstract)
13:00
Inter-individual differences in autonomy and autonomy support in relation to alcohol use among university students (abstract)
13:00
Positive development of adolescents (abstract)
13:00
Sales of tobacco cigarettes to pseudo-under age mystery shoppers (abstract)
13:00
Quantifying the effect of screen advertising on dietary intake in children (abstract)
13:00
The cultural adaptation process of the efficacious prevention keepin’it REAL program in Spain (abstract)
13:00
Moderators of Treatment Effects in a Parenting Intervention Study in South Africa (abstract)
13:00
Core components of measurement feedback systems (abstract)
13:00
Unplugged - Drug Addiction Prevention School Based Program in Jordan (abstract)
13:00
Social determinants of binge drinking of Spanish adolescents according to gender (abstract)
13:00
A pilot study of a Mindfulness and Compassion Program for Portuguese Adolescents: adaptation and efficacy study. (abstract)
13:00
Pathways to the continuity or discontinuity of the Strengthening Families Program in Brazil: the perspective of the group leaders (abstract)
13:00
Efficacy of the STM program in prevention of drug use in adolescents (abstract)
13:00
“SOS Namoro”: a systematic and theory-based development of a web-based tailored intervention to prevent dating violence among Brazilian youth. (abstract)
13:00
Developing Prevention Through Sport Settings: a multi-site trial of a sport-based life skills program for the prevention of drugs, crime and violence amongst youth (abstract)
13:00
Comparative Regression Discontinuity: A Demonstration of its Performance with Small Samples (abstract)
13:00
A Health Behaviour Change Model applied to Technology use: Implementation into a Prevention Service for French Elderly People. (abstract)
13:00
Factors associated with alcohol use and other risky behaviours among Polish high-risk youth. A pilot study (abstract)
13:00
Translating evidence into practice. The challenge of preparing comprehensive systematic reviews and communicating evidence in a simple and useful way: Experiences from the Norwegian open access journal Ungsinn (abstract)
13:00
Improving teacher behavior management and peer relationship quality: Effects of the Flemish adaptation of the Good Behavior Game (abstract)
13:00
Strategies for the integration and promotion of scientific evidence in the applied field of prevention (abstract)
13:00
Different profiles of family dynamics in a program for the selective prevention of substance use in adolescents (abstract)
13:00
From complex needs to complex intervention – example of FamResPlan research project (abstract)
13:00
Gambling among Adolescents: preliminar evaluation of a School-Based prevention program. (abstract)
13:00
Empowering parent organizations to prevent substance use in Spain and Portugal- Aims, methods and primary outcomes of the EPOPS-project (abstract)
13:00
Effectiveness of the school based prevention program Rock and Water in improving students’ social safety: Communication as indirect effect? (abstract)
13:00
Preventing weight gain could be a strategy to achieve and maintain smoking abstinence? (abstract)
13:00
A Mobile Application to Improve Eating Behavior by Training Users to Eat Intuitively (abstract)
13:00
Implementation of the project ‘A window to the world of cultural diversity’ aimed at developing intercultural competences. (abstract)
14:30-16:00 Session Parallel 4.1: THE EUPC

Parallel Session 4.1: THE EUPC

14:30
UPC Universal Prevention Curriculum adapted for European professionals training: EUPC (abstract)
14:45
European Decision Makers' Feedback to a Short Training Curriculum on Prevention Science (abstract)
15:00
Specialized Training Course in Prevention of Addictions: the EUPC online in Portuguese (abstract)
15:15
The Universal Prevention Curricula (UPC) implementation into the Prague Model of Addiction Studies: process evaluation study (abstract)
15:30
An overview on the UPC-Adapt (Universal Prevention Curriculum) training piloting process of the short standardized European UPC-curriculum: strengths and points for improvement in the Belgian context. (abstract)
14:30-16:00 Session Parallel 4.2: ENABLING CHANGE IN PREVENTION

Parallel Session 4.2: ENABLING CHANGE IN PREVENTION

Location: EMCDDA 107
14:30
The Future of Blueprints and Other Prevention Registries (abstract)
14:45
How to inform policy- and decision-makers about evidence-based prevention (abstract)
15:00
Supporting evaluation in prevention in Ibero-American countries. The Bank of Instruments of Evaluation in drug demand reduction: a COPOLAD (EU-CELAC Cooperation Programme on Drugs Policies) initiative (abstract)
15:15
Institutional racism and prevention of use of alcohol and other drugs: a bioethical reflection (abstract)
15:30
Confronting the Challenges and Requirements in the Provision of Online Resources for Evidence-based practice (abstract)
14:30-16:00 Session Parallel 4.3: CRITICAL DISCUSSIONS IN PREVENTION

Parallel Session 4.3: CRITICAL DISCUSSIONS IN PREVENTION

Location: EMCDDA 012
14:30
How do we convince policy makers that prevention matters? Challenges in presenting the economic case for drug prevention (abstract)
14:45
Re-imagining early intervention (abstract)
15:00
Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Parenting Interventions for the Prevention of Persistent Externalizing Behaviors: a Long Term Approach (abstract)
15:15
Forward-thinking prevention: The role of online assessment in future evidence-based practice. An ADEPIS case study (abstract)
15:30
Monitoring change in local prevention systems: an Australian example (abstract)
14:30-16:00 Session Parallel 4.4: (RE)DESIGNING PREVENTION SERVICES AND SYSTEMS

Parallel Session 4.4: (RE)DESIGNING PREVENTION SERVICES AND SYSTEMS

Location: Palacete 102
14:30
Challenges on prevention policy transfer in contexts with high levels of inequality (abstract)
14:45
‘Safe Kraków Programme’ – a dialogue of theory and practice (abstract)
15:00
Is the future of prevention virtual? Examining the efficacy of a virtual human intervention to translate cancer screening guidelines (abstract)
15:15
Injecting some science into the art of service design (abstract)
15:30
The effect of the Empowering Hospital model on healthy behaviours (abstract)
14:30-16:00 Session Parallel 4.5: NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN EVIDENCE BASED PREVENTION

Parallel Session 4.5: NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN EVIDENCE BASED PREVENTION

Location: EMCDDA 106
14:30
“Our sin was to evaluate our interventions and we have been punished for that”: the complexity of trying to associate prevention science and public policy and the use of (non)evidence (abstract)
14:45
Opportunity for successful knowledge translation in Lithuania (abstract)
15:00
Contextual barriers and facilitators in Strengthening Families Program implementation process in Brazil (abstract)
15:15
Effects of the Incredible Years (IY) Teacher Classroom Management (TCM) program in universal and disadvantage settings; change in children’s problem behavior and social skills (abstract)
15:30
Influential factors on the implementation process of the Strengthening Families Program in Brazil: a group leader´s perspective (abstract)
16:00-16:30Coffee Break