Raquel Falcó, predoctoral researcher in the AITANA Group, has received the award for the best scientific communication for her work entitled “Psychosocial Strengths for Adolescent Suicide Prevention: Universal, selective or indicated? Dissecting the Covitality Model”. The purpose of this study was to determine which self-perceived psychosocial strengths, described from the covitality model, combat the adolescent suicide spectrum from a differential preventive perspective: preventing its appearance vs. reducing its manifestation. The authors of this work (Raquel Falcó, Samuel Falcón, José A. Piqueras, Victoria Soto-Sanz and Juan C. Marzo) will participate in the elaboration of a book chapter on this problem.