HSRI Lecture Series presents Dr. Melbourne Hovell
"The Behavioral Ecological Model: A guide for real time measures and real-time interventions"
Please join us at 1:00pm on Friday, April 19th 2013 in the Classroom and Office Building (COB) Room 265
The presentation provides an overview of the Behavioral Ecological Model's foundations and how it can be applied to a variety of public health challenges. He then goes on to specifically address smoking behavior and secondhand smoke exposure, providing examples from his research, and demonstrating the role of emerging technologies to achieve more precise behavioral measurement and real-time behavioral intervention.
Dr. Hovell is the founder of the Division of Health Promotion and a Professor of Public Health at San Diego State University. Dr. Hovell follows the Behavioral Ecological Model focusing his studies on etiology of health-related behavior which address influences of change establishing health lifestyle practies in whole populations.
For further information please contact Trevor Hirst (firstname.lastname@example.org)