We offer contact authors the possibility to upload their oral presentation, their PICO, as well as their poster as a Power Point or PDF file for online publication alongside their abstract.This will give all participants the chance to revisit your contribution.

doi:10.1080/10888691.2015.1113879.85 Gavin LE, Catalano RF, Markham CM. Available from: Scales PC, Benson PL, Oesterle S, Hill KG, Hawkins JD, Pashak TJ. doi: 10.1080/15374416.2014.936604.89 Williams JL, Deutsch NL. Beyond between-group differences: Considering race, ethnicity, and culture in research on positive youth development programs.

The EGU General Assembly 2018 was again a great success with 4,776 oral, 11,128 poster, and 1,419 PICO presentations.

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Adolescent health and employment: A systematic review. Educational inequalities in the co-occurrence of mental health and substance use problems, and its adult socioeconomic consequences: A longitudinal study of young adults in a community sample. Teaching adolescents to become learners: The role of noncognitive factors in shaping school performance: A critical literature review. Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University and the Brookings Institution.

In general, AYAs who are African American, American Indian, or Latino, especially those living in poverty, experience worse outcomes in a variety of areas such as obesity,13 teen and unintended pregnancy,14 tooth decay,15 and educational achievement,16 compared to AYAs who are Caucasian or Asian American. Available from: https:// Nagaoka J, Farrington CA, Ehrlich SB, Heath RD. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Center for Adolescent Health; 2009. The health consequences of smoking—50 years of progress: A report of the Surgeon General. Worldwide application of prevention science in adolescent health. Taking action to prevent youth violence: A companion guide to preventing youth violence: Opportunities for action. Available from: Viner RM, Ozer EM, Denny S, Marmot M, Resnick M, Fatusi A, Currie C.

In addition, sexual minority youth have a higher prevalence of many health risk behaviors.17The financial burdens of preventable health problems are large and include the long-term costs of chronic diseases resulting from behaviors begun during adolescence and young adulthood. Available from: https://edu/catalog/12063/adolescent-health-services-missing-opportunities3 Park MJ, Scott JT, Adams SH, Brindis CD, Irwin CE. doi: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.20.4 Sawyer SM, Bearinger LH, Blakemore SJ, Dick B, Ezeh A, Patton GC. Foundations for young adult success: A developmental framework. Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research; 2015. Available from: https://gov/pmc/articles/PMC307257610 Patton GC, Sawyer SM, Santelli JS, Ross DA, Afifi R, Allen NB, et al. Available from: https:// IOM (Institute of Medicine) and NRC (National Research Council). Atlanta, GA: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; 2014. Mechanisms linking high school graduation to health disparities in young adulthood: A longitudinal analysis of the role of health behaviours, psychosocial stressors, and health insurance. Education matters for health, Issue brief 6: Education and health. Available from: Brief 6 Sept 09 - Education and Health.pdf53 Cutler DM, Lleras-Muney A. Available from: Sum A, Khatiwada I, Mc Laughlin J. Income inequality, social mobility, and the decision to drop out of high school. Available from: https:// Coley RL, Leventhal T, Lynch AD, Kull M. Children, adolescents, substance abuse, and the media. Research on clinical preventive services for adolescents and young adults: Where are we and where do we need to go? Available from: Lee JO, Kosterman R, Jones TM, Herrenkohl TI, Rhew IC, Catalano RF, Hawkins JD. doi: 10.1016/20.52 Commission to Build a Healthier America, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2010. Finishing high school: Alternative pathways and dropout recovery. Mac Arthur Foundation Policy Research Brief, How Housing Matters; 2014. Available from: https://gov/pmc/articles/PMC3766502/67 Strasburger V, Council on Communications and Media, Academy of Pediatrics. Available from: Harris SK, Aalsma MC, Weitzman ER, Garcia-Huidobro D, Wong C, Hadland SE, et al. Healthier students are better learners: A missing link in efforts to close the achievement gap. Boston: Center for Labor Market Studies, Northeastern University; 2009. Connecting the disconnected: Improving education and employment outcomes among disadvantaged youth. Available from: https:// Hale DR, Bevilacqua L, Viner RM. doi: 10.1542/peds.2014-2015.59 Lee JO, Herrenkohl TI, Kosterman R, Small CM, Hawkins JD. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, School of Education, Center for Social Organization of Schools; 2012. id=EJ100282261 Farrington CA, Roderick M, Allensworth E, Nagaoka J, Keyes TS, Johnson DW, Beechum NO. Education and health: Evaluating theories and evidence. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2006. The consequences of dropping out of high school: Joblessness and jailing for high school dropouts and the high cost for taxpayers. Brookings Papers on Economic Activity; Spring 2016. The importance of being in school: A report on absenteeism in the nation’s public schools. Relations between housing characteristics and the well-being of low-income children and adolescents. Investing in the health and well-being of young adults. The Surgeon General’s report on youth/young adults and e-cigarettes. Available from: Treadwell HM, Satcher D, Batliner TS, Borrell LN, eds. State policy and teen childbearing: A review of research studies. The guide to community preventive services: Preventing HIV/AIDS, other STIs, and teen pregnancy: Group-based comprehensive risk reduction interventions for adolescents. Available from: Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Washington: Child Trends; and San Francisco: National Adolescent Health Information Center, University of California, San Francisco; 2006. Poverty is not just an indicator: The relationship between income, poverty, and child well-being.