Submit Input on Relationships and Health Behaviors by September 1

The Behavioral Research Program invites feedback from the population science research community on potential domains of interest regarding cancer-relevant health behaviors among dyads.

Human relationships provide an interpersonal context from which to examine health behaviors relevant to cancer prevention and control, such as tobacco use; diet and physical activity; sleep patterns; sun and environmental exposures; screening and medical adherence; and caregiving and survivorship care.

This anonymous input will help identify cancer-related research gaps in dyadic processes, research advances, emerging issues, and public use data needs.

Submit your ideas by September 1, 2019.

For more information, visit our Relationships and Health Behaviors page.

Members of the research community are welcome to send questions, comments, or feedback at any time to Olga Herren at

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