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See full contest instructions for all the details. Videos must be uploaded, with links sent to SBM, by January 31. The video that gets the most likes February 1 through 15 wins. Its creator will receive a $100 Visa gift card; second place will get $75, and third place will get $50.

President's Message: Advancing Public Health and Prevention
  Since I began my term as the 36th president of the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM)
  during our 2014 Annual Meeting in April, SBM has launched new initiatives, I’ve
  announced areas of focus for the year, and—believe it or not—planning is well under way
  for our 2015 Annual Meeting. We’ve been busy!
  The SBM Board of Directors in July approved adding a new Digital Health Council to the
  society’s cadre of governing councils. The Digital Health Council comes at a pivotal time
  in behavioral medicine, as technological advances drastically change how we perform
  research and reach those in need of intervention. Expanding the role of technology is part
  of SBM’s current strategic plan. The council will help ensure technology remains an SBM
  focus, and it will help carve out a role for SBM in highlighting the proper use of technology
  and big data in health care. [
  Lisa M. Klesges, PhD

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