Submit An Abstract for SBM's 2016 Annual Meeting
The Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) is currently accepting abstracts for its 2016 Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions, being held March 30 to April 2 in Washington, DC. SBM welcomes submissions from members and non-members alike, for presentation consideration as a poster, paper, seminar, panel discussion, or symposium. SBM encourages you to submit your most innovative and compelling work for consideration; your participation is critical to the success of the upcoming Annual Meeting! Submit your abstract by Tuesday, September 8, 2015, at 11:59 p.m. EST.
President's Message: New Leadership and Governance Plans
I started my one-year term as the 37th president of SBM about two months ago at our 2015 Annual Meeting in San Antonio, TX. I’m honored to be holding the position, and I’m excited about what we can accomplish together in the next year. Chief among my aims are a new leadership development institute primarily for mid-career members. I'll also focus on continued SBM governance work, continued engagement of policymakers, forging stronger ties with other professional organizations, and a fabulous 2016 Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. Read more.
Marian L. Fitzgibbon, PhD
Donate to SBM
Through the generosity of individuals who contribute to the Advocacy and Membership Development Campaign (AMDC), SBM provides awards for student members' travel and research as well as for 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.
SBM Membership Offers Many Benefits
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 a close-knit community. Join us!
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