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Reflections on integrating multiple professional roles: where do I go from here?

Forum, EUSPR Early Careers (22 févr. 2016)

Dijana Jerković is a practitioner, a policy-maker and a researcher in drug prevention. In this article, she introduces herself and her work, using this opportunity to reflect on the specific challenge of closing the gap between research, policy and practice at an intrapersonal level. “Lifelong ...

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Announcing the ECF events at this year's EUSPR conference in Berlin

Forum, EUSPR Early Careers (28 oct. 2016)

Only a few more days to go until this year's EUSPR conference kicks off in Berlin! Following on from last year's successful launch, the EUSPR Early Careers Forum (ECF) will be represented at the conference again with a number of events and activities. We know you're busy packing and making your ways ...

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Welcome to the blog of the EUSPR's Early Careers Forum!

Forum, EUSPR Early Careers (15 janv. 2016)

Who are we? We are the members of the EUSPR's Early Careers Forum. The European Society for Prevention Research (EUSPR) is a professional society for people interested in evidence-based approaches to preventing disease and ill health. We are interested in evidence concerning effective policies and ...

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Do GPs want or need formal support following a patient suicide?

Forum, EUSPR Early Careers (20 janv. 2017)

Dr Pooja Saini is a researcher and Chartered Psychologist at the University of Liverpool and currently involved in suicide prevention research. In this blog post, she will share her research and describe what role GPs and Primary Care providers can play in suicide prevention. Additionally, her ...

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Reflections on sober raving: alcohol free fun for further research?

Forum, EUSPR Early Careers (22 juin 2016)

Dr Emma Davies is a lecturer in the Department of Psychology, Social Work and Public Health at Oxford Brookes University.  In this article, she provides some reflections on alcohol free events, such as sober raves, as a topic for research in drug and alcohol misuse. Background Strategies for ...

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Prospective membership survey

Forum, EUSPR Early Careers (18 févr. 2015)

Between December 2014 and January 2015, we conducted a small survey to assess potential interest in an early careers forum within the EUSPR, including expected benefits and activities. The survey was open to all members of the prevention community (i.e. not limited to early-career members of EUSPR). ...

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Our first blog post is up

Brotherhood, Angelina (9 févr. 2016)

I'm extremely pleased that today sees the launch of our first blog post written by a member of the EUSPR Early Careers Forum. The piece was written by Dr Milica Vasiljevic, Research Associate at the Behaviour and Health Research Unit (BHRU), University of Cambridge, UK. Milica's experimental study ...

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Videos online: “Writing for Publication and Publishing Papers”

Forum, EUSPR Early Careers (1 févr. 2016)

At the last EUSPR conference, the Early Careers Forum organised a pre-conference workshop in collaboration with the Science for Prevention Academic Network (SPAN) on the topic of “Writing for Publication and Publishing Papers”. Besides group work and discussion, the workshop featured two plenary ...

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Looking beyond randomization to estimate the effects of interventions in RCTs

Forum, EUSPR Early Careers (14 avr. 2016)

This month’s contribution comes from Sinziana Oncioiu, who is a public health researcher affiliated with Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden. In this article, she will provide an in-depth delineation of her research which she presented at the EUSPR conference in Ljubljana in 2015. Her ...

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‘Public Health PhD Symposium 2016’ - reflections on organising and delivering a postgraduate research conference

Forum, EUSPR Early Careers (12 août 2016)

Rebecca Crook is a postgraduate researcher at the Public Health Institute at Liverpool John Moores University in the UK. In this blog post, she describes her recent experience of organising a one-day symposium for postgraduate researchers and shares her lessons learnt for others who might find ...

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