We are thrilled to announce the winners of our early career and student awards from the 2017 conference. [Read more…]
We’re happy to announce that we’ve set up an open repository for conference presentations for the ASBHM-CHP conference.
This repository allows speakers to share their presentation slides and posters online. The materials they are can then be cited by others (including people who could not attend the conference). This greatly expands the reach of work presented at the conference and improves the profile of Australasian research in behavioural medicine and health psychology.
Access our meeting repository here: https://osf.io/view/asbhm2017/
It’s almost time for our 2017 conference. The program is now finalised and is available on our conference website. Final program
All workshops for the 2017 conference are now available for registration. Workshops are included in the conference registration fee but workshop registration is required to reserve your seat. We’ve got a great line-up of workshops planned, register now to make sure you don’t miss out! Information about workshops
The draft program for our Gold Coast conference is now available. We have a fantastic schedule of talks, workshops, and keynotes over the 3 days of the conference.
We have a great line-up of workshops planned for our next conference.
The full list of workshops is available here
The abstract submission deadline for the ASBHM/APS-CHP Conference has been extended until March 3rd
Abstract can be submitted through our submission portal
We are very excited about the fantastic line-up of keynotes that have been confirmed for our 2017 conference on the Gold Coast. Our keynote program is available on the APS-CHP/ASBHM website
Get in quick to submit your abstract for the 2017 conference on the Gold Coast.
Abstract submission is open now and closes 14th February 2017. Information on how to submit is available here
The draft program for ICBM2016 has been released.
You can access the most up-to-date version at http://www.icbm2016.com