April 2 - 3, 2014
6701 Rockledge Drive (Rockledge 2), Room 3087/3091
Bethesda, MD 20892
In this NIH-sponsored Workshop, experts from the behavioral, biostatistical and clinical communities will review the utility of new, innovative and potentially more efficient study designs and methods to develop, optimize, test and implement behavioral interventions for behavioral risk factors (e.g., adherence, diet, physical activity, smoking). The format of the Workshop involves presentations and discussions focused mainly on the development and preliminary testing of behavioral interventions on Day 1, with an emphasis on later-stages of development, including testing and implementation of interventions within clinical and community contexts, on Day 2.