Annals of Behavioral Medicine is one of the Society of Behavioral Medicine's two journals. Annals aims to foster the exchange of knowledge derived from the disciplines involved in the field of behavioral medicine, and the integration of biological, psychosocial, and behavioral factors and principles as they relate to such areas as health promotion, disease prevention, risk factor modification, disease progression, adjustment and adaptation to physical disorders, and rehabilitation. To achieve these goals, much of the journal is devoted to the publication of original empirical articles including reports of randomized controlled trials, observational studies, or other basic and clinical investigations. Integrative reviews of the evidence for the application of behavioral interventions in health care will also be provided. These reviews apply the standards of evidence-based medicine and help bridge the gap between basic science and clinical practice in behavioral medicine.
Translational Behavioral Medicine: Practice, Policy, Research (TBM) is one of the Society of Behavioral Medicine's two journals. TBM is an international peer-reviewed journal that offers continuous, online-first publication. TBM's mission is to engage, inform and catalyze dialogue between the research, practice and policy communities about behavioral medicine. It aims to bring actionable science to practitioners and to prompt debate on policy issues that surround implementing the evidence. TBM's vision is to lead the translation of behavioral science findings to improve patient and population outcomes.
The Outlook Newsletter is the Society of Behavioral Medicine’s forum for keeping its members and the public abreast of SBM activities. It includes Annual Meeting news, updates from SBM Councils and Committees, updates from Special Interest Groups, letters from the SBM President, educational and informational opportunities, general society happenings, classified ads and more.
The SBMConnect blog draws members’ attention to ever-changing—and sometimes controversial—issues and news items. Each SBMConnect post briefly explains an issue or news item intended to have salience for our members. Each post is accompanied by a poll to get a sense of where SBM members stand on the topic. Discussion of each topic also takes place on our LinkedIn page.