ISRII 8th Scientific Meeting
Technologies for a digital world:
Improving health across the lifespan
7 - 9 April 2016 | Bell Harbor International Conference Center, Seattle, USA
The International Society for Research on Internet interventions (ISRII), founded in 2004, promotes the scientific study of information and communication technologies targeting behavioral, psychosocial, health and mental health outcomes. These "Internet interventions" are broadly inclusive of existing and and emerging technologies, including, but not limited to, the web, mobile and wireless devices and applications, digital gaming, virtual reality, remote sensing and robotics.
ISRII has a vibrant, enthusiastic, and highly appreciative community of members that attends and supports its conferences. Every 12 - 18 months, members come together to share findings, discuss ideas, and identify ways to collaborate.
The ISRII 8th Scientific Meeting will have a broad scope focussing on digital technologies to improve health across the lifespan and will cover lifestyle behaviours, management of acute and chronic conditions, and mental health.
Coverage includes the following topics. Please refer to the extended topics list for further detail.
- Mental health disorders
- Prevention and lifestyle
- Health conditions
- Specific settings
- Specialized topics
- Technology applications
- Special populations
The Open Access Elsevier Journal Internet Interventions (INVENT) is ISRII's official journal.
Geof Baker, Venture Advisory Services, Seattle, USA
Deborah Estrin, Cornell University, USA
Lisa A. Marsch, Dartmouth College, USA
Victor Strecher, University of Michigan, USA
- Tonya Palermo, University of Washington, USA
- Chris Eccleston, University of Bath, UK
- Heather Hadjistravropoulos, University of Regina, Canada
- Emily Law, University of Washington, USA
- Sonja March, University of Southern Queensland, Australia
- Christine Rini, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
- Lee M. Ritterband, University of Virginia, USA
- Bruce Rollman, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, USA
- Jennifer Stinson, Hospital for Sick Kids, Canada
- Frances Kay-Lambkin, University of New South Wales, Australia
- Kate Cavanagh, University of Sussex, UK