Health behaviors such as physical activity, smoking, alcohol consumption, dietary intake and medication adherence play a central role in health.  Interventions which are effective in promoting healthy behaviors are fundamental for improving health outcomes.  N-of-1 methods involve the repeated measurement of an individual over time to draw robust conclusions about the individual.  N-of-1 methods are attracting attention as an innovative set of methods for studying and changing health-related behavior.  This presentation will provide examples of the application of n-of-1 methods in the field of health psycho9logy and behavioral medicine and will highlight some of the key challenges and opportunities for using n-of-1 methods ion future research and practice.

Presented by Dr Suzanne McDonald

Newcastle Univeristy, United Kingdom