Dr. Marie Sizemore, core faculty member at IFH’s Center for Population Behavioral Health and assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, presented at the 15th AIDSImpact Conference in Stockholm, Sweden.
Dr. Sizemore’s poster presentation, co-authored by IFH core faculty member Dr. Brett Millar, is entitled “Adapting an app-based just-in-time adaptive intervention for sexual minority men living with HIV who misuse stimulants.”
AIDSImpact is an international behavioural and biopsychosocial science conference that addresses issues related to HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment and care, focusing both globally and on specific communities and countries hardest hit by the HIV and AIDS epidemic.
Dr. Sizemore also presented research, also co-authored by Dr. Millar, at the 2023 IPPA World Congress on Positive Psychology during a session on Emerging Topics in Positive Psychological Interventions. The research is entitled “Optimizing app-based PPIs: Considerations for JITAI design, EMI delivery, and micro-randomized trial design.”
The IPPA World Congress held in Vancouver, Canada is focused on coming together to advance the science and research-based applications of positive psychology; to foster collaboration between researchers, teachers, students and practitioners; and to share the findings of our field with the broadest audience.