SBM Annual Meeting, Washington, DC - April 27-30, 2011
SBM Annual Meeting, Washington, DC - April 27-30, 2011SBM Annual Meeting, Washington, DC - April 27-30, 2011

Session Presentations

Friday, April 29: Symposia

Invited Symposium: Drawing on Ideas from Engineering and Computer Science to Build Better Behavioral Interventions

Presidential Symposium: The Status of the Science of Cardiovascular Behavioral Medicine: Capitalizing on its Multidisciplinary Focus

Symposium 10: Evidence-Based Prevention and Health Reform: Opportunities and Challenges for Behavioral Medicine and SBM

Symposium 11: Beyond Weight Loss: Making Exercise More Compelling for Women During the Menopausal Transition

Symposium 12: Bringing Behavioral Health Interventions to the Population in a Medical Home Model

Symposium 13: Evaluating Strategies to Optimize Minority Recruitment in Health Behavior Change Research

Symposium 14: Genomics, Acronyms, and Understanding: Translating Genetics Research from Family Cancer Registries to Behavioral Medicine

Symposium 16: Sustainability: What Does It mean?

Symposium 17: Comparative Effectiveness Research in Cardiovascular Behavioral Medicine

Symposium 19: Early Adult Reduction of Weight through LifestYle Intervention (EARLY) Trials; Using Innovative Technologies in Randomized Controlled Trials Targeting Weight Control Among Young Adults

Symposium 20: Randomized Trials of Lifestyle Interventions for Pregnant and Postpartum Women: Impact on Maternal/Fetal Outcomes

Symposium 21: Successful Dissemination from Start to Finish: Innovative Strategies for Achieving Success in Recruitment, Delivery, and Retention of Behavior Change Programs

Symposium 22: Race and Mistreatment: Disparities in Health and Measurement

Symposium 23: Multiple Health Behavior Change for Adolescents and Young Adults: Intervention Science

Symposium 24: Evaluating The Impact of Smart Growth planning on Physical Activity: Effects of Context

Symposium 25: Understanding Patterns in Health Risk and Health Promotion Behaviors: Perspectives from Nationally-Representative Surveys

Symposium 26: Progress in Understanding and Addressing the Impact of Cancer Treatment on Cognitive Functioning

Symposium 29: Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS): Using New Theory and Technology to Improve Measurement of Patient-Reported Outcomes in Clinical Research

Symposium 32: Leveraging the Affective Response to Exercise to Increase Exercise Behavior

Symposium 33: Qualitative Accounts of Fears of Cancer Recurrence

Symposium 34: Opportunities for Translational Research Using the DECISIONS Study: A Conversation between SBM's Decision Making SIG and the Society for Medical Decision Making

Symposium 35: Peer Support Across Cultural, National and Organizational Settings: Common Functions and Setting-Specific Features

Symposium 36: Scaling-up Evidence-based Health Promotion/Disease Prevention Interventions