Archive for April, 2017

Physical Activity among Older Adults in Independent Living Facilities

Dr. Valerie Myers - Thursday, 27 April 2017 07:56

STEP for LIFE, an NIH-funded study evaluating the feasibility of a physical activity program for senior adults residing in Independent Living Facilities (ILFs) using interactive web-enabled television that can be individually tailored, was presented by Dr. Valerie Myers from Klein Buendel at the 38th Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine in San Diego, California in late March.

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Usability Outcomes for an End-of-Life Technology Training in Prisons

Dr. Valerie Myers - Tuesday, 18 April 2017 01:58

Usability outcomes for an end-of-life technology training in prisons was presented by Dr. Valerie Myers from Klein Buendel at the 38th Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine in San Diego, California in early April.

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Pilot Test of a Sun Safety Program for the Tattoo Community

Dr. Barbara Walkosz - Wednesday, 12 April 2017 01:29

Results from a pilot test of a sun safety program for the tattoo community was presented by Dr. Barbara Walkosz from Klein Buendel at the 38th Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine in San Diego, California in early April.

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Communicating about Cancer: Reciprocal Respect

Sophia Strickfaden - Friday, 7 April 2017 12:05

Respect is a fundamental aspect of intimate relationships and influences how individuals relate to each other and how satisfied they are with the relationship. Communication can be improved by learning strategies for developing respectful conversational skills.

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Design of TN Health Chat for Mothers of Adolescent Girls

Julia Berteletti - Tuesday, 4 April 2017 03:51

TN Health Chat, an NIH-funded study was presented by Ms. Julia Berteletti from Klein Buendel at the 38th Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine in San Diego, California in March. TN Health Chat is a social media-based health intervention for mothers of adolescent girls in Tennessee to help reduce indoor tanning.

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