The Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine will transform behavioral and person centered science and scholarship in 21st century medical education - facilitating improvements in the health and well-being of individuals, their communities, and especially the underserved.
The Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine investigates and emphasizes the influence of individual, interpersonal, and community factors on health, in the context of behavior, social, and societal forces. Our work integrates community partnership with principles and methods from the behavioral and social sciences and bioethics to promote health, especially for the underserved. This is demonstrated through:
She’s an outstanding musician, and she’s outstanding in her role here. She supervises students, organizes research activities and does a lot of community outreach.
Heather Flynn, PhD elected as Treasurer to the International Society for Interpersonal Psychotherapy (ISIPT). The ISIPT aims to improve quality and dissemination of practice, research and training in Interpersonal Psychotherapy, an evidenced based treatment for Mood Disorders.
United Way of the Big Bend Stress Study
August 21, 2015
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The Florida State University College of Medicine, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine seeks candidates for two (2) Full Time, Tenure Track Faculty positions at the Assistant and/or Associate Rank.
The Florida State University College of Medicine, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine seeks candidates for a Full Time, Tenure Track Faculty position at the Full or Associate Rank to fill the Distinguished Endowed Professorship in Mental Health.