The main theme of this year’s EUSPR conference focused on improving quality in prevention. The paper presented by the National Council of Ireland reported on Ireland’s 10 years of SFP outcomes on parent, family and communities and highlighted key components which support its effective and sustainability as an inter-agency model.
Padraig O’Donovan of Foróige presenting at the Conference representing the National SFP Council of Ireland.
Paper authors; Donna Butler, Marie Lawless, Karol Kumpfer, Ph.D., Jing Xie, Ph.D., Keely Cofrin-Allen, Ph.D.
The European Society for Prevention Research (EUSPR) promotes the development of prevention science, and its application to practice so as to promote human health and well-being through high quality research, evidence based interventions, policies and practices (http://euspr.org).
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