Upcoming workshop in Reykjavik Iceland

March 6-8 2019
PREVENTION IS POSSIBLE

The Icelandic model is an evidence based prevention method developed by The Icelandic Center for Social Research & Analysis (ICSRA). The method is composed of four steps extending from research to action on a local level and has been applied in the majority of municipalities in Iceland since 1998. The result have been noticeable, showing steady decrease in the use of substances amongst Icelandic adolescents, currently measuring amongst the lowest in Europe. Substance use amongst Icelandic adolescents was the highest in Europe in 1998. This year, Iceland ranks amongst the lowest.

Our three-day workshop will be held in Reykjavik, Iceland in March 2019. The workshops are designed to provide you with information, methodology and support towards adopting the Icelandic Prevention Model in your community.

Registration has been closed

Our next workshop will be held on the 6th to 8th of March 2019. The workshop is now fully booked. During these three days, participants will get an in-depth knowledge about the Icelandic Evidence Based Prevention Model from  ICSRA’s specialists and others working in the field with children and adolescents in Iceland. Optional study visit is included in the fee on the 9th of March.

Guests are responsible for making their own arrangements, flight and accommodations, but we are happy to answer any questions you might have. Lunch and refreshments are included in the workshop fee.

DATES

6th – 8th of March 2019
Optional study visit on the 9th

VENUE

Conference Room 2,
Natura Hotel Reykjavik Icelandair

AGENDA

Get an overview of the Agenda or print it from a PDF file.

REGISTER

Register for the workshop. Fee for the three days is EUR 690. 

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TEL: + 354 599 6431
Rannsoknir@Rannsoknir.is
1 Menntavegur, Reykjavik, 101 ICELAND

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