GRAMMAR OF PREVENTION: Presentation of the book by Alfonso Ramírez de Arellano, questions and subsequent debate

Madrid, Spain,

ISSUP Spain invites you to its Webinar on the Grammar of Prevention.

The event will be presented and conducted by Mireia Pascual, journalist and director of the magazine Independientes, the author of the book will summarize the main lines of the book and  answer the questions asked by experts in prevention related to the difficulty of carrying out family preventive programs, with the minimum resources of the municipality to develop a local to effective prevention, with prevention and communication, with selective and indicated prevention, with early detection and the border with assistance or the relationship between research and the implementation of programmes.

Date: March 7 at 16h Spanish time

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  • Driver: Mireia Pascual. Journalist specialized in addictions. He runs his own magazine and collaborates with entities in the sector.
  • Author: Alfonso Ramírez de Arellano. Clinical psychologist, director of the Social Prevention Unit of the Diputación de Huelva, author of several books on addictions, awarded for his informative and research work in addiction prevention.
  • Expert and editor of the book: Rosa Suarez. Clinical psychologist and director of the Center for Health Promotion Studies (CEPS)
  • Guest Expert: Victor Villanueva. PhD in psychology, Director of the Master's Degree in Prevention at the International University of Valencia (VIU).
  • Guest Expert: Manuel Isorna. Doctor in Psychology Professor at the University of Vigo and coordinator of the drug addiction prevention program of several municipalities.
  • Guest Expert: Otger Amatller Clinical psychologist, Coordinator of the Prevention Department of the Health and Community Foundation, Professor of the Master's Degree in Drug Addiction at the University of Barcelona. 
  • Guest Expert:  Patricia Ros


Webinars and online events presented and organized by the International Society of Substance Use Professionals (ISSUP) are provided for informational purposes only. They are educational in nature and do not constitute medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

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