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SBM 2013 in San Francisco - Make Your Plans Soon!

SBM Program Committee

We are excited to invite you to attend the 34th Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) to be held in San Francisco, California from March 20-23, 2013. The meeting will be held at the centrally-located Hilton Union Square, which will provide close access to many San Francisco attractions that highlight the rich and vibrant history of this spectacular and unique community.

The 2013 Annual Meeting program will showcase the theme, "Technology: the Excitement and the Evidence." San Francisco is a perfect venue for exploring the many ways that technological innovations are expanding the reach and impact of behavioral medicine.

A couple things about the Annual Meeting for you to keep in mind:

The late-breaking poster Abstract Submission Site will open Thursday, November 8 and will close Thursday, January 3, 2013. Rapid Communication Posters give authors a chance to present late-breaking findings in the field of behavioral medicine.

Conference registration will open in mid-November. Save money by registering with an Early Bird discount before February 21, 2013.

Being a current member of SBM will also give you discounted conference registration. SBM memberships are now being accepted for the 2013 year. With record-breaking membership numbers and record-breaking Annual meeting attendance, 2012 stood out as an outstanding year for the Society of Behavioral Medicine. Renew your membership or join SBM now so you can take advantage of member benefits for the entire 2013 year.

The Society of Behavioral Medicine's Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions represent an unparalleled opportunity to share behavioral medicine research. At SBM conferences researchers, clinicians, policy makers, epidemiologists, health communicators and others from such disciplines as psychology, public health, medicine, and nursing convene to learn about advances and emerging trends impacting the field and the health of the nation.

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