COVID-19: The Global Pan(dem)ic and Reflections on a Prevention Science Response

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EUSPR Early Careers Forum

The spread of COVID-19 is causing unprecedented damage throughout the world, from which the lasting impact will be evident for many years to come.

It is vital that preventative efforts are put in place in order to minimise the damage and bolster levels of resilience so communities can recover.

In a recent blog post by the EUSPR Early Careers Forum, researchers outline the importance of using prevention science when tackling the COVID-19 global public health issue.

The article outlines how prevention science, which integrates health psychology, communication science, implementation science, can be used to respond to the challenge of the current situation.