Thursday, April 28: Symposia
Symposium 01 - Accelerating the Uptake of Evidence-Based Practices Globally
- Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes and its Complications: How to Strengthen the Global Evidence Base for Effective Prevention
- Using Built Environment Research to Inform Change in Multiple Policies
Symposium 03 - Interventions for Improving Multiple Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors among Cancer Survivors and Family Members
- RENEW (Reach-Out to EnhancE Wellness in Older Cancer Survivors) - Effective, Durable, and Reproducible, but Can it be Disseminated?
- Building a Foundation for Health: A Community Based Intervention
- Multiple Health Lifestyle Behaviors Intervention for Persons with Family History of Cancer
Symposium 04 - Behavioral Medicine for Veterans: The VA Model for Accelerating our Impact on the Public's Health
Symposium 05 - Behavioral Medicine Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
- The Need for Practical Patient Centered Measures of Health Behaviors and Psychosocial Issues
- The Affordable Care Act and Implications for Childhood Obesity
- Implications of Health Care Reform for Diabetes Self Management and Support - and Vice Versa
Symposium 06 - Stimulating Data: Recovery Act Investments in Communicating Data Effectively in Health and Health Care
Symposium 08 - Genomics Applications to Address Challenges for Behavioral Medicine in the U.S. and Abroad/p>
- Project RAMA: Using Family Health History Feedback to Promote Health in Mexican Origin Families
- Using Genomic Information to Target an Intervention Promoting Footwear in Rural Ethiopian Children.
- Genomics-Informed Interventions & Global Health: What Do We Know?
Symposium 09 - Understanding Racism as a Stressor in Pregnancy that Predicts Disparate Rates of Adverse Birth Outcomes among Black and Latino Americans