The International Society of Behavioral Medicine (ISBM) is most pleased to announce the recipients of the ISBM Awards 2016.
Recipients were officially recognized during the Opening Ceremony of the International Conference of Behavioral Medicine, 7th
December 2016, Melbourne, Australia.
Warm congratulations to all recipients!
Please find here a list of all recipients.
The ICBM 2018 will take place in Chile from November 14th to November 17th, 2018.
Please follow this link for more information: http://www.icbm2018.cl/
Current issue: December 2017
We are pleased to announce that a fourth behavioral medicine organization has joined the Health and Behavior International Collaborative Award initiative for 2018! The International Society of Behavioral Medicine now partners with the Society for Health Psychology, the American Psychosomatic Society, and the Society for Behavioral Medicine in the USA in offering four annual awards to trainee and early career (within 5 years of terminal degree) behavioral medicine researchers and clinicians.
The purpose of the award is to facilitate a visit to the laboratory of an international mentor to pursue a specific research or program development project in the areas of health research, clinical behavioral health, or health promotion. Individuals who are a member of ANY member society of ISBM may apply for the ISBM-sponsored award. For more information, please see the call for applications.
Four competitive awards for trainees or early career professionals are available to facilitate a visit to an international lab/research group or for someone from an international lab to visit you. Recipients will receive $3000 USD to offset costs of travel and accommodations.
ISBM is a member of the Global Coalition of international, regional, and national stakeholders in cardiovascular disease brought together by the World Heart Federation as an outcome of the 2nd Global Summit on Circulatory Health which took place i Singapore in July, 2017. The aim is to drive the urgent action needed to combat heart disease and stroke in preparation for the third United Nations high-level meeting on noncommunicable diseases in 2018.
For more information, click here.
For the Lancet article on the Global Coalition, click here.
The 2nd Global Summit on Circulatory Health was held by the World Health Federation in Singapore on the 12th-13th July 2017. Over 100 leaders of global, regional, and national organisations convened to discuss how to create the case for urgent action in the fight against circulatory diseases.
Click here to read a complete summary of the Global Summit.