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Translational Behavioral Medicine


Title Abbreviation
Transl Behav Med
ISSN
1869-6716
Electronic ISSN
1613-9860
Readership
Biologists, Psychiatric Nurses, Psychiatrists, Psychologists
Scope
Translational Behavioral Medicine: Practice, Policy, Research (TBM) is an international peer-reviewed journal that offers continuous, online-first publication. TBM’s mission is to engage, inform, and catalyze dialogue between the research, practice, and policy communities about behavioral medicine. It aims to bring actionable science to practitioners and to prompt debate on policy issues that surround implementing the evidence. TBM’s vision is to lead the translation of behavioral science findings to improve patient and population outcomes. TBM is one of two journals published by the Society of Behavioral Medicine. The Society of Behavioral Medicine is a multidisciplinary organization of clinicians, educators, and scientists dedicated to promoting the study of the interactions of behavior with biology and the environment, and then applying that knowledge to improve the health and well-being of individuals, families, communities, and populations.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM)
Publisher Name
Oxford University Press
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