JHF Sponsors International Society for Research on Internet Interventions Meeting

The Jewish Healthcare Foundation was a proud sponsor of the International Society for Research on Internet Interventions 11th Scientific Meeting (ISRII 11) held in Pittsburgh on September 18-21. The conference was a success with 325 registered attendees from 20 countries joining together at the University Club at the University of Pittsburgh for presentations and discussions on how digital technologies have helped us during the COVID-19 pandemic.

ISRII is an international organization founded in 2004, and it facilitates the exchange of information on the latest advances in eHealth targeting behavioral, mental, and psychosocial health. Their conference in Pittsburgh was the first in-person annual meeting since their 2019 meeting in New Zealand.

"The Jewish Healthcare Foundation's generous support ensured the financial viability of ISRII 11 despite uncertain times for holding in-person events and helped bring behavioral health technology researchers from 19 countries and across the U.S. to Pittsburgh," said Bruce L. Rollman, MD, MPH, ISRII 11 Co-Chair and UPMC Endowed Professor of General Internal Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh.

ISRII plans to have two follow-up meetings, in December and February respectively, for Pittsburgh attendees of the conference to follow-up on ties made at the conference, to plan new projects, papers, and grant applications. 

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