The deadline for submitting a poster presentation abstract for the 2011 UKSBM Annual Scientific Meeting in Stirling is 7 October 2011. Poster abstracts can be submitted on the ASM website.
News: The deadline for receiving abstracts for oral presentations for this year’s UKSBM annual scientific meeting in Stirling has been extended to Friday 19th August 2011. For more information, please visit the scientific meeting website, its twitter feed, or the UKSBM’s main twitter feed and Facebook page.
Reminder: The abstracts submission deadline for oral presentations, structured discussions and workshops for the upcoming UKSBM Annual Scientific Meeting in Stirling is 5 days away (12 August 2011). Abstracts can be submitted using the online submission system.
7th Annual Scientific Meeting (Stirling 2011, 13-14 December 2011)
Please note: this meeting has now passed.
The UK Society of Behavioural Medicine 7th Annual Scientific Meeting (2011) in association with the National Prevention Research Initiative (NPRI) Annual Scientific Meeting.
Theme: Motivating, enabling and prompting behaviour change for health
Held at Stirling Conference Centre (University of Stirling), Stirling, 13-14 December 2011
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Proceedings from the 7th Annual Scientific Meeting in Stirling can now be downloaded (.pdf, 1.5 MB). ISBN 978-1-908063-10-6
Scientific and Local Organising Committee:
Gerry Molloy – Conference Chair
Ronan O’Carroll – UKSBM President
- Professor Christopher Butler : Promoting behaviour change in primary care: clinical and research challenges
Head of Department, Department of Primary Care & Public Health, School of Medicine, Cardiff University.
- Professor Kavita Vedhara : What has stress got to do with it…..?
Professor of Health Psychology, Institute of Work, Health & Organisations, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, University of Nottingham.
- Professor David Blanchflower : Happiness, bio-markers and health
Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Dartmouth College & Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, part-time professor at the University of Stirling, and a Research Fellow at the Centre for Economic Studies at the University of Munich and the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) at the University of Bonn.
- Professor Theresa Marteau : The Automaticity of Being: Implications for Changing Behaviour to Improve Population Health
Director of the Behaviour and Health Research Unit at the Institute of Public Health, University of Cambridge & Professor of Health Psychology at King’s College London & Director of the Centre for the Study of Incentives in Health (with the London School of Economics and Queen Mary, University of London).
The deadline for submitting abstracts for oral presentations, structured discussions and workshops for the upcoming UKSBM Annual Scientific Meeting in Stirling is 12 August 2011. Abstracts can be submitted using the online submission system. We have already had submissions from all over the UK and beyond; see Google map.
Abstracts can now be submitted for the 2011 UKSBM Annual Scientific Meeting, to be held in Stirling on 13-14 December 2011. The deadline for submitting an abstract for oral presentations is 12 August 2011. Abstracts are accepted for oral and poster presentations, structured discussions and workshops.
Please note: This meeting has now passed. For information on this year’s conference, click here.
UK Society of Behavioural Medicine 6th Annual Scientific Meeting (2010) in association with the National Prevention Research Initiative (NPRI) Annual Scientific Meeting.
Theme: Advancing Science and Knowledge Translation
Held at Weetwood Hall Hotel & Conference Centre, Leeds, 14-15 December 2010
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Proceedings from the 6th Annual Scientific Meeting in Leeds can now be downloaded (PDF, 1.1 Mb). ISBN 978-0-85316-301-5
Professor of Social & Public Health Science, University of Glasgow, and Director, MRC Social and Public Health Sciences Unit
Evaluating complex interventions and natural experiments
British Heart Foundation Professor of Psychology, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College London
Stress, resilience and biological ageing: a psychobiological perspective
Professor of Healthcare Innovation, University of Southampton
Reconfiguring illness careers? Applications for normalization process theory in understanding the work of being a patient - slides
Professor of Public Health Medicine, Queens University Belfast, and Director of the UKCRC Centre of Excellence for Public Health (NI)
Paradigm shifts in public health – overdue or overdone?
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7th Annual Scientific Meeting
UK Society of Behavioural Medicine 7th Annual Scientific Meeting in association with the National Prevention Research Initiative (NPRI) Annual Scientific Meeting.
Motivating, enabling and prompting behaviour change for health.
Stirling Management Centre, University of Stirling, Scotland Tuesday December 13th and Wednesday 14th December 2011.
Please follow the link below for Professor Carl May’s notes from his keynote presentation entitled “Reconfiguring Illness careers: Applications for Normalization Process Theory in Understanding the Work of being a Patient”.