31st Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions

Schedule at a Glance

Sessions may be subject to schedule change. If you are on our listserv, we will notify you via email of the change.

For more detailed information please check our Preliminary Program.


Start End Wednesday, April 7, 2010
8:00am 7:00pm Registration Open
8:30am 11:30am SIG Course
Cancer SIG: Junior Investigators Mentoring Workshop: Mock Grant Reviews (invitation only)
10:00am 3:00pm SIG Course
Diabetes SIG: NIH Grant Writing Workshop for Diabetes Researchers
11:00am 6:00pm SIG Course
CAM SIG: Mindfulness Meditation and its Application to Obesity and Substance Abuse: Theory, Research, and Practice
12:00pm 2:45pm Early Afternoon Seminars - Description of Seminars
12:00pm 6:00pm SIG Course
Cancer and Behavioral Informatics SIG: Informatics, eHealth and Behavioral Science - Creating Synergy for Best Implementation and Outcomes (a shared program from the Society of Behavioral Medicine and the American Medical Informatics Association)
12:00pm 6:15pm SIG Course
IPC SIG: The Future of Behavioral Medicine: Behavioral Assessments, Interventions, and Effectiveness Research in Primary Care
3:15pm 6:00pm Late Afternoon Seminars - Description of Seminars
6:30pm 8:00pm Poster Session A featuring Meritorious and Citation Posters
6:30pm 8:00pm Staffed Exhibit Hall Hours
     
Start End Thursday, April 8, 2010
6:30am 7:30am Exercise Session featuring Yoga
7:00am 7:00pm Registration Open
7:30am 8:30am Breakfast Roundtables
9:00am 10:30am Symposia
10:30am 12:00pm Opening Keynote and Presidential Address:
Behavioral Medicine: A Voyage to the Future
Francis J. Keefe, PhD, Duke University Medical Center
12:15pm 1:15pm Midday Meetings/Panel Discussions/Expert Consultations
1:30 pm 2:15 pm Master Lecture
Immersive Virtual Reality, a New Tool for Behavioral Medicine
Hunter Hoffman, PhD, University of Washington
1:30 pm 2:15 pm Master Lecture
Cancer, Culture, and the Color Line: Historical Perspective on Race and Health in America
Keith Wailoo, PhD, Rutgers University
2:30 pm 4:00 pm Paper Sessions
4:15pm 5:45pm Paper Sessions
6:00pm 7:00pm Keynote Address
How Information Technology is Transforming Health and Healthcare Delivery
William Crounse, MD, Microsoft Corporation
7:00pm 8:30pm Poster Session B
7:00pm 8:30pm Staffed Exhibit Hall Hours
     
Start End Friday, April 9, 2010
6:30am 7:30am Exercise Session featuring Yoga
7:00am 7:00pm Registration Open
7:30am 8:30am Breakfast Roundtables/Panel Discussion
9:00am 10:30am Symposia
10:45am 11:45am Keynote Address
Changing Practices: Home and Community Based Care Technologies for Independent Living
Eric Dishman, Intel Corporation
12:00pm 12:15pm Special Symposium
Funding from American Cancer Society: A Discussion with Experts
12:15pm 1:15pm Midday Meetings/Panel Discussions/Expert Consultations
1:30pm 2:15pm Distinguished Scientist Master Lecture
Depression as a Risk Factor For Heart Disease: Evidence and Implications for Screening and Treatment
James A. Blumenthal, PhD, Duke University
1:30pm 2:15pm Master Lecture
Heart Disease Occurs in a Social and Psychological Matrix: Risk Factors, Symptom Presentation and Adaptation
Jerry M. Suls, PhD, University of Iowa
2:30pm 4:45pm Presidential Symposium
The Future of Genetic Understanding of Disease and the Role of Behavior in Health
3:15pm 4:45pm Symposia
5:00pm 6:00pm Keynote Address
Cognitive Science Speaks to the "Common-Sense" of Chronic Illness Management
Howard Leventhal, PhD, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
6:15pm 7:45pm Poster Session C
6:15pm 7:45pm Staffed Exhibit Hall Hours
     
Start End Saturday, April 10, 2010
6:30am 7:30am SBM Fun Run
7:00am 11:00am Registration Open
7:30am 8:30am Breakfast Roundtables
7:30am 8:30am SBM Business Meeting
8:30am 9:45am Poster Session D and Breakfast with the Board
8:30am 9:45am Staffed Exhibit Hall Hours
8:45am 9:30am Master Lecture
Exploring the Intergenerational Transmission of Illness Behavior: From Observations to Experimental Intervention
Rona Levy, MPH, PhD, University of Washington
8:45am 9:30am Master Lecture
National Health Reform: Will We Create Healthier People Living in Healthier Communities?
Jeffrey Levi, PhD, Trust for America's Health
9:45am 11:15am Paper Sessions
11:30am 1:00pm Paper Sessions
1:15pm 2:15pm Closing State-of-the-Science Keynote Address
Smoking Cessation Intervention in 2010: Achievements and Aspirations
Timothy B. Baker, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison
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