SBM's 2016 Annual Meeting is almost here. Our Program Committee has organized a powerful session lineup that centers around one key word: change.
Whether you work in an academic, government, clinical, industry, or other setting, you know that health care and how we conceptualize the prevention and treatment of chronic care are changing faster than ever. We must adapt. As behavioral medicine professionals, we must also work to make sure these changes move us forward—creating better research, better interventions, and better patient outcomes. I sincerely believe the Annual Meeting will help us do that.
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