Identifying optimal behaviors to maximize health and prevent chronic diseases is just part of our challenge. We must also help people make and sustain lifestyle changes.
In partnership with the NIH-funded Nutrition Obesity Research Centers, ASN convened behavioral scientists at it’s annual meeting, Nutrition 2019, to examine what we currently know about changing behavior and promising new approaches that might lead to better outcomes.
Topics covered in this free session include:
- A New Approach for Helping Create Lasting Behavior Change: Identity Transformation (IT) and the Maintain IT Model
- Promising Behavioral and Technological Innovations for the Treatment of Obesity
- Persistent Restriction of Energy Intake: The Example of Anorexia Nervosa
Listen to the discussion at Nutrition 2019 and learn from these presenters:
- Ann Caldwell, PhD, University of Colorado Anschutz Health and Wellness Center
- Evan Forman, PhD, Drexel University
- B. Tim Walsh, MD, Columbia University New York Obesity Nutrition Research Center
This session is no longer freely available. This content and other sessions from Nutrition 2019 are available for purchase for $500. Click here for additional information.