Society of Behavioral Medicine presentations 2013

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I’m excited after having presented an oral paper and 2 posters at the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting in San Francisco.  These papers represent what I’ve been working on most recently, included some on Alcohol-exposed pregnancy risk reduction interventions, Training doctors to do Motivational Interviewing for smoking, Novel Internet interventions based on successful face to face psychological interventions, and Text messaging to improve HIV medication adherence.  It was great to hang with my technology and MI colleagues and a former RA who’s now thriving running suicide prevention programs for the state of California.  We had many good meals and treats while there, and were blessed with lovely, sunny weather.

Ingersoll, K.S., Ceperich, S.D., Hettema, J., Farrell-Carnahan, L., & Penberthy, J.K. (2013, March 20-23). An RCT of 3 Preconception Motivational Interviewing Interventions to Reduce Alcohol-Exposed Pregnancy Risk. Citation Abstract Winner.  Paper presented at the 34th Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Francisco, CA.

Strayer, S., Ingersoll, K.S., Pelletier, S., & Conaway, M. (2013, March 20-23). Motivational Interviewing in Primary Care: Current Practices in Smoking Cessation Counseling.  Poster presented at the 34th Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Francisco, CA.

Ingersoll, K.S., Dillingham, R., Reynolds, G., Hettema, J., Freeman, J., Hosseinbor, A., & Winstead-Derlega, C. (2013, March 20-23). Process  Analysis of a Bidirectional Personalized Text Messaging Adherence Intervention for Rural HIV+ Drug Users.   Paper presented at the 34th Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Francisco, CA.

 

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