The primary goal of the BMED/IPC SIG is to strengthen the membership and scope of ABCT by providing a forum for researchers and scientists to discuss the use of CBT research and practice to promote health and treat medical problems. The SIG aims to support work from a public health perspective. Moreover, the SIG seeks to provide a forum for networking for behavioral medicine-focused and primary care-based CBT professionals and researchers.


About Us

Learn more about the SIG's mission and activities at the annual convention.

Join the SIG

Learn how to join the SIG, and to pay annual membership dues.


Access our guide to doctoral programs, internships, & post-docs with a BMed/IPC focus.

Contact Us

Feel free to send us a message with any questions you might have about the SIG or our work!


Reminders and Announcements!

We are excited for this year's annual ABCT convention in NYC this November!

Poster abstracts for our SIG poster exposition are due by August 9, 2022. Poster abstracts should be no longer than 1 page and may be sent to the Behavioral Medicine/IPC SIG Co-Chairs, at!