CONNECTING TOGETHER AND BUILDING ON OUR SUCCESS
In response to suggestions made during the spring’s 2016 IBTN Conference, we are happy to announce the launch of the online IBTN Community site. Join and connect with our community of researchers, experts, students, and practitioners in the field of behavioral trial design. Solicit advice, share news and content, and partake in stimulating discussion pertaining to the field of behavioural trials. Help our community enhance the quality of design and research.
This “members only” site is offered at no charge and only takes moments to set up. Create a researcher profile, share details about your areas of expertise, and search for and message other members of the IBTN Community.
Highlights from the 2016 Conference in Montreal
The 2016 IBTN Conference proved to be a stellar start to a long-standing project of exchange, learning, and knowledge sharing. Attendees reported that the event was well-organized and appropriately sized and offered a multitude of networking opportunities. The conference’s organization allowed attendees to enjoy their time in the city, as well have the time to reflect on the materials and themes presented, and to acquire concrete tools useful to their research. Its intimate nature was well-appreciated, offering attendees the chance to speak directly with speakers and network with one another in a classy and collegial setting. Read the full article
Slidedecks from the 2016 Conference available for download
The excellent line-up of world-renowned researchers and leaders in behavioural trial design and methodology have generously made their slide decks available for download. The IBTN Conference Organizers wish to thank them for their time and commitment to the IBTN’s first conference! Visit the download page
Conference proceedings published in the Health & Fitness Journal of Canada
Over 30 high-quality posters were presented at the 2016 IBTN Conference, featuring a range of excellent studies and methodological designs, leading to stimulating and entertaining discussions between attendees. All abstracts have been published in the Health and Fitness Journal of Canada (volume 9, number 2, 2016). Download the proceedings
Save the Date! Montpellier 2017
The international iCEPS Conference’s 5th edition will be held May 18 to 20, 2017 in Montpellier (France). The conference will be focused on the Evidence of Non-Pharmacological Interventions’ Efficacy. Non-Pharmacological Interventions (NPIs) have become essential solutions to improve the health and the quality of life, and sometimes the life expectancy of people suffering from chronic diseases or facing health risks. This international conference should allow participants to share evidence of the efficacy, benefits/risk, safety and costs/effectiveness of NPIs, discuss research protocols leading to the administration of evidence, and understand the main action mechanisms involved in NPIs. The event is intended is for anybody who is interested in scientific, medical, legal and ethical questions raised by NPIs. Read more about the iCEPS conference.
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