Welcome to BeHealth 2016
– Multiplicity in action for better health

JANUARY 16th-17th, 2016      HONG KONG, CHINA

The Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care, Prince Of Wales Hospital,
30 Ngan Shing Street, Shatin, Hong Kong, China                           


BeHealth Conference 2016, organized by the Hong Kong Society of Behavioral Health (HKSBH), will be held in Hong Kong on January 16th and 17th, 2016. 

This conference aims to bring together academics, health practitioners, and stakeholders in a wide range of fields and disciplines relevant to behavioral health. The program will allow ample opportunities for participants to connect with each other and discuss about the issues and state of behavioral health across countries and regions. 

As an expert and an important stakeholder in behavioral health, you are cordially invited to join us as we address “multiplicity in action for better health” as the conference theme. This theme will be approached from many angles through keynotes, plenaries, parallel sessions, and posters. Examples of specific potential subtopics include, but are not limited to: 

• Non-communicable diseases and behaviors
• Infectious diseases and preventive behaviors
• Intentional and unintentional injuries
• Substance and behavioral addictions
• HIV, STD, sexual and reproductive health
• Mental health and stress management
• Stigma and discrimination
• Social determinants/inequalities in health
• Disease prevention and management
• Life styles and health
• E-health
• Health promotion
• Aging and associated behaviors
• Community participation, advocacy and health improvement
• Health systems for promotion of behavioral health

Who should attend?
The conference welcomes a broad range of researchers and practitioners who are clinicians, non-clinicians, health care professionals, and colleagues in other professions who are interested in promoting physical and mental health, healthy behaviors, and healthy life styles.

Supporting organizations (in alphabetical order):

  • Hong Kong Dietitians Association
  • Chinese Society of Behavioural Medicine
  • Faculty of Social Science, University of Macau
  • Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association
  • Japanese Society of Behavioral Medicine
  • The Hong Kong Academy of Nursing
  • The Hong Kong College of Family Physicians
  • The Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • The Mental Health Association of Hong Kong
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Website updated as at July 23rd, 2016.

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