Speakers

Confirmed speakers

 

Dr David Caldicott

Emergency Doctor, Nevill Hall Hospital, Abergavenny, UK

The candy store is open for business – emergency medicine in the era of legal highs

European Commission, DG Justice – speaker to be confirmed

Council Conclusions on the prevention and reduction of health and social risks associated with the use of illicit drugs in recreational settings.

Michal Kandler

Low Threshold Club for youth RESET, Stříbro, Czech Republic

Possibilities of local partnership on nightlife risk reduction

Dr Emmanuel Kuntsche

Senior Researcher, Swiss Institute for the Prevention of Alcohol and Drug Problems

Tracking young people through the night – using cell phones to investigate evening drinking patterns

Stephane Leclercq

Coordinator, Nightlife Empowerment & Well-being Implementation Project

Safer nightlife challenges, innovations and solutions

Jane Mounteney

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA)

New drugs in Europe: what’s coming our way?

Dr Fiona Measham

Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Lancaster University, UK

Mephedrone and legal highs: The enduring desire for intoxication and the emerging challenge for drug policy

Tom Palmaerts

Trendwolves, Ghent, Belgium
Slow dancing in a fast moving world

Jan Peloza

Interim General Coordinator, Alcohol Policy Youth Network

Youth perspective and views on alcohol-related problems in nightlife environment

Prof Dr G. Keith Still

G4S Professor of Crowd Dynamics and Crowd Management, Bucks New University, UK

Underlying causes of so-called ‘crowd accidents’

Prof Rob Turrisi

Biobehavioral Health & Prevention Research Center, The Pennsylvania State University, USA

Advances in parenting research to reduce high risk drinking and problems in college students

Jindřich Vobořil

National Drug Coordinator, Head of the Secretariat of the Government Council for Drug Policy Coordination, Czech Republic

Title TBC

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