Prof. Dr. Heino Stöver - Sozialwissenschaftliche Suchtforschung

Heino Stöver is a professor at Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences and executive director of the Institute for Addiction Research at Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences (ISFF). He is active as a consultant to WHO, UNODC, the European Commission, the International Red Cross, the Society for International Cooperation, the Open Society Institute, and ministries of health/social affairs (in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Lithuania, Estonia, and Latvia). He is co-founder of the international peer-reviewed International Journal of Prisoner Health and co-editor of the publication series Health Promotion in Prisons. Since 2008, he has been chairman of akzept e.V. (Federal Association for Accepting Drug Work and Humane Drug Policy). He is also a member of the advisory working group "Men's Health" of the Federal Center for Health Education (BZgA) in Germany.

  • Prof. Dr. Heino Stöver - Sozialwissenschaftliche Suchtforschung

Heino Stöver is a professor at Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences and executive director of the Institute for Addiction Research at Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences (ISFF). He is active as a consultant to WHO, UNODC, the European Commission, the International Red Cross, the Society for International Cooperation, the Open Society Institute, and ministries of health/social affairs (in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Lithuania, Estonia, and Latvia). He is co-founder of the international peer-reviewed International Journal of Prisoner Health and co-editor of the publication series Health Promotion in Prisons. Since 2008, he has been chairman of akzept e.V. (Federal Association for Accepting Drug Work and Humane Drug Policy). He is also a member of the advisory working group "Men's Health" of the Federal Center for Health Education (BZgA) in Germany.

  • Prof. Dr. Heino Stöver - Sozialwissenschaftliche Suchtforschung