Secondary prevention is the term used to describe the targeted treatment of many non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular disease. There is clear and definitive evidence and clinical guidelines that document the treatments patients should receive after a heart attack; however 33% of people a year after their heart attack are not taking evidence-based medications or […]
Submit your abstracts here: www.icbm2016.com This is an amazing opportunity to attend this world-class international meeting in Melbourne, December 7-10, 2016. Get your abstracts in now!
The International Society of Behavioral Medicine has announced an exciting line-up for Master Lecturers for ICBM2016. ASBHM is very excited to be hosting this fantastic lineup of speakers: Professor Steve Cole (UCLA School of Medicine); Professor Judith Prins (Radboud University Nijmegen); Professor Winfried Rief (Philipps-Universität Marburg) and Professor Alex Brown (University of South Australia).
The School of Psychology within the Faculty of Health Sciences at Australian Catholic University is seeking to appoint two Professors/Associate Professors of Psychology to expand its discipline expertise across both the Strathfield and Brisbane campuses. Reporting to the National Head of School Psychology, these positions will make a distinguished contribution to excellence in research and […]
We are very excited about the fantastic line-up of keynotes that have been confirmed for ICBM2016. Rona Moss-Morris (King’s College London), Ichiro Kawachi (Harvard University) and Christina Lee (University of Queensland) will be delivering keynotes at the Congress.
Excited to announce the theme for #ICBM2016 “￼Behavioral Medicine: Making an Impact in the Modern World”
Conference attendees at the opening address – ASBHM 2015. What a great conference and a huge thanks to Barbara Mullan and her team.
The final conference program for the 2015 Conference has been released. Click here to download the final program