Outlook: Newsletter of the Society of Behavorial Medicine
Winter 2017-18

Members in the News

The following Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) members and their research were recently featured in news articles, videos, or journals. To have your news spot featured in the next issue of Outlook, please email ahahn@sbm.org.

Alicia Dahl, MS; Caroline Dunn, MS, RD/LDN, Alycia Boutte, MPH; and Brie Turner-McGrievy, PhD, RD
Alicia Dahl, Caroline Dunn,  Alycia Boutte, and Dr. Brie Turner-McGrievy recently had their article titled, "Mobilizing mHealth for Moms: A Review of Mobile Apps for Tracking Gestational Weight Gain," published in the Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science.

Alicia Dahl, MS and Brie Turner-McGrievy, PhD, RD
Alicia Dahl and Dr. Turner McGrievy recently had their article titled, "Characterizing Diabetes, Diet, Exercise, and Obesity on Twitter," in the International Journal of Information Management.

Elena Salmoirago-Blotcher, MD, PhD
Dr. Salmoirago-Blotcher had paper titled, "Tai Chi Is a Promising Exercise Option for patients With Coronary Heart Disease Declining Cardiac Rehabilitation" published in the Journal of the American Heart Association. She has also been featured on the CBS Evening News, in Time Magazine, Daily Mail, China Global Television Network, Science Daily, Medpage Today, and Medical News Today.

Kimlin T. Ashing, PhD
Dr. Ashings book, Detecting & Living with Breast Cancer for Dummies was featured on City of Hope's website. The book is meant to give survivors a handheld practical guide for hopeful living, with information and resources to help them get optimal care and live their healthiest life possible after this illness and its treatments.

Belinda Borrelli, PhD
Dr. Borelli was featured on 12 NPR stations during their Public Health Minute, talking about her work targeting underserved populations such as those with low income, inner city youth and adults, Latinos, people with mobility impairments, medically ill populations, older adults, and Native-Americans.