New initiatives at the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) might be best summed up with one word: lead. With your needs in mind, SBM is developing a leadership training program that will help advance mid-career behavioral scientists into the next stage of their careers. We are also exploring options for partnerships that would allow members to lead the digital health industry in a direction that is more evidence-based.
Through the generosity of individuals who contribute to the Advocacy and Membership Development Campaign (AMDC), SBM advances public policy work designed to increase research funding, the impact of behavioral medicine throughout health care reform implementation, and the visibility of SBM.
Your contribution—of any size—will guarantee the AMDC remains able to meet its important goals. Your support makes a difference!
Job listings, grant-writing courses, and discounted annual meeting registration rates are just a few of the many benefits that SBM members enjoy. Members also get free access to 23 special interest groups and associated listservs that facilitate critical networking among colleagues; subscriptions to Annals of Behavioral Medicine and Translational Behavioral Medicine: Practice, Policy, Research; and free access to the SBM Expert Consultation Program, among other benefits.
SBM is large enough to have impact, but small enough to make your membership experience personal and rewarding. Make SBM your professional home!
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