Through a series of conferences, the RCCN will bring together scientists from multiple disciplines, many for the first time.
Our conferences will provide the environment to share views among scientists from different disciplines and to promote conversations and interchanges that otherwise would not happen. By focusing on common problems from differing perspectives, new approaches can emerge for solving important problems facing older persons and our aging society.
The RCCN will foster the development of early-career faculty interest and competencies in multidisciplinary research by sponsoring tailored didactic activities.
Conference proceedings will be disseminated for the benefit of the larger aging research community and the public. A pilot program tied to the conference series will provide seed money for new inter-center research partnerships.
Achieving and Sustaining Behavior Change
to Benefit Older Adults
December 6 and 7, 2018
National Institute on Aging
7201 Wisconsin Avenue
Bethesda, MD, 20892
This event is by invitation only; however, the workshop will be live streamed. Register for the live stream of the workshop here.
For further information or details, please email Contact@rccn-aging.org.
The first 1.5 day conference will focus on achieving and sustaining behavioral change in older adults. The meeting will include sessions on individual and contextual level determinants of achieving and sustaining behavior change, active strategies to achieve and maintain behavior change, the health system’s role in improving health of older adults, and approaches to trial recruitment and health system focused interventions. The meeting will be followed by a post-workshop session for early career investigators.