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
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