Appearances

 

2016

March 31. How Digital Health Approaches to Weight Management Failed Fast and Early Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington, DC.

April 1. Social media and health behavior:  Stimulating and analyzing the online conversation. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington, DC.

2015

January 7. How Social Media Can Benefit Your Academic Career.  Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Academic Affairs Faculty Retreat, Newton Marriott Hotel, Newton, MA.

March 25.  Tanning on Campus: A Threat to Public Health. Lobby Day at the State House.  Boston, MA.

April 7.  Killer Tans On A Campus Near You. National Skin Cancer Prevention Council annual meeting, Washington, DC.

April 23. How to Use Social Media to Increase Your Impact as a Behavioral Scientist.  Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

April 23.   From Availability to Advertisement: Factors Promoting Frequent Indoor Tanning among Young Adults. Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

April 24. How to Effectively Communicate with Legislators (And Why We Should). Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

April 24. Presidential Symposium: Innovative or Obsolete: Keeping SBM Relevant in a Rapidly Changing Health Care System. Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX.

April 30. When Harry Tweeted Sally and Other Modern Day Stories. Canadian Obesity Summit, Toronto, CA.

June 9. How Social Media May Revolutionize Public Health. Keynote lecture at Northern University of Ireland in Galway First Annual mHealth Conference.

June 11. The Power of Social Media to Promote Healthy Lifestyle. Keynote lecture at the Provant Client Summit.

August 6. How To Use Social Media To Enhance Your Career And Research. Workshop at the American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, CA.

August 7.  Mobile Apps in Behavioral Health Care. Discussant in symposium at the American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, CA.

August 8. Can Health Behavior Go Viral? Leveraging Social Media for Health Behavior Change.  Invited Address to Division 38 Health Psychology at the American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, CA.

September 18. Use of Technology in the Management and Treatment of Obesity. Invited talk at  4th Annual Let’s Go! 5210 National Childhood Obesity Conference, Portland, ME.

2014

December 9.  Social Media for Academics Workshop. Leadership Seminar Series, University of Massachusetts Medical School.

December 3. Behavioral addictions: Why do we do things that are bad for us?  First Annual Media Seminar Series, University of Massachusetts Medical School.

November 11. Proof of Concept for a Twitter-Based Weight Loss Intervention. Medicine 2.0 Social Media, Mobile Apps, and Internet/Web 2.0 in Health, Medicine and Biomedical Research, Maui, HI.

November 7. Dietary Fiber Intervention Results in Weight Loss and Improvements in Multiple Areas of Diet. Obesity Week, Obesity Society Annual Conference, Boston, MA.

November 6Online Weight Loss Programs: What Type of Engagement Matters Most? Obesity Week, Obesity Society Annual Conference, Boston, MA.

November 4. The Power of Social Media to Promote Healthy Lifestyle. Obesity Week, Obesity Society Annual Conference, Boston, MA.

October 16.  Mobile Technology, Social Networks and Obesity Management. University of Connecticut Center for Health, Intervention, and Prevention. Storrs, CT.

September 17. Employee Engagement Best Practices and Breakthrough Strategies for Workforce Wellness and Behavior Change. Panel Discussion at National Conference on Health, Productivity, and Human Capital, Dallas, TX.

September 4.  Social Media in Health Behavior Research.  University of Nebraska Omaha, Nebraska Biomechanics Core Facility, Omaha, NE.

August 24-26.  Leveraging mobile technology and social media in behavioural research. CREATE Workshop at European Health Psychology Society. Innsbruck, Austria.

August 14.  Using Social Media to Disseminate Health Messages to the Community and Beyond.  Webinar via the UMass Clinical and Translational Sciences/Common Pathways. UMass South Street Auditorium, Worcester, MA.

July 15.  Are Weight Loss Mobile Apps Evidence Based? Florida Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 79th Annual Symposium. Fort Lauderdale, FL.

May 14.  Can Health Behavior Go Viral? Invited presentation at UMass Boston Social Media Days.  Boston, MA.

April 25.  How Social Media Can Enhance Your Academic Career.  Breakfast Roundtable presented at Society of Behavioral Medicine, Philadelphia, PA.

April 24.  How to Increase the Impact of Your Work and Why It Matters.  Breakfast Roundtable presented at Society of Behavioral Medicine, Philadelphia, PA.

April 24.  Usability and Feasibility of a Twitter Social Network for Weight Loss,  Symposium at the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Philadelphia, PA.

April 23.  How to Create a Social Media Presence.  Seminar at the Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

April 3.  Weight Loss in the Digital Age.  Newcastle University Institute of Health and Society, Newcastle, UK.

March 17:  Can Health Behavior Go Viral?  Science Cafe Woo series (powered by NOVA). Nu Cafe, Worcester, MA.

February 19.  Social Media Workshop.  Northwestern University, Center for Behavior and Health, Chicago, IL.

February 18.  Smartphones and social networks: How technology may revolutionize health behavior change.  Rush University Department of Preventive Medicine Grand Rounds, Chicago, IL.

January 28.  Evidence-Based Strategies in Weight Loss Mobile Apps – A Consumer & Provider Guide.  Working Healthy Program, Lifespan Health Care System, Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, RI.

January 7.  How Social Media Can Advance Your Academic Career.  University of Massachusetts Medical School, Leadership Seminar Series, Worcester, MA.

2013

February 11:  The Trouble with Willpower. Boston Globe, Radio BDC, Live in the Lab series.

February 22:  How Social Media Can Advance Your Career in Academics.  North Atlantic Health Sciences Libraries, Inc Executive Board Meeting.  Lamar Soutter Library, University of Massachusetts Medical School.

March 4:   Obesity and Depression:  From the Clinic to the Science…And Back. University of Massachusetts Medical School Mass AHEC Network, Frontiers in Science Conference.

March 20:  Clinical Seminar on Behavioral Activation Treatment for Depression With A Comorbid Health Condition.  Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

March 21: Social Support for Weight Loss: Online Friends Vs In Person Friends. Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

March 21: Do Weight Loss Mobile Apps Include Evidence-Based Behavioral Strategies?  Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

March 22: How Social Media Can Advance Your Academic Career. Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

April 12:  Smartphones and social networks: How technology may revolutionize health behavior change. University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Department of Kinesiology and Community Health.

April 23:  Can health behavior go viral?  Center for Mental Health Services Research, Department of Psychiatry University of Massachusetts Medical School.

June 13:  From the Clinic to the Research Lab… and Back: The Process of Clinical Research.  Science Boot Camp for Librarians, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, MA.

June 23:  Two-year outcomes of a randomized controlled trial of behavioral treatment for comorbid obesity and depression in women. American Diabetes Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

August 13:  How mobile technology may revolutionize health behavior change. Guest lecture,  Harvard School of Public Health.

September 23:  Hashtag Your Way to Health?  The Use of Hashtags to Create Healthy Communities and Spread Health Behavior on Twitter.  Medicine 2.0. conference, London, England.

November 8: Cancer Research in Social Media: A Wake-Up Call. American Institute of Cancer Research, Bethesda, Maryland.

December 4:  How Mobile Technology Is and Isn’t Revolutionizing Weight Management.  Apple, Inc. Cupertino, CA.

Would you like to invite Dr. Pagoto to present?  Contact her at sherry.pagoto@umassmed.edu.

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