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*Call for abstract submissions addressing "Innovations in social network
based interventions"*

North American Social Network Conference (NASN), July 26-30, 2017,
Washington, D.C.

The area of network-based intervention research has seen tremendous
progress in recent years with developments in methods, technology,
analysis, and application. We invite abstracts for this session, which will
offer a forum to present *innovations* in network data collection methods
or tools, sampling approaches, incentives, intervention targets or topics,
data analysis, network visualization, and use of technology *for
network-based interventions*. Unique applications of networks within
broader interventions are welcome, as are both personal network and
sociometric network interventions.

Please submit an abstract (500 words or less) via the NASN abstract
submission system here:

Abstracts may be submitted between February 14, 2017 and April 7, 2017 at
1700 EST. Guidelines for abstract submission may be found here:

*Please include "Innovations" and "interventions" in your keywords, and/or
add a note indicating submission to the **"Innovations in social network
based interventions" organized session. *

Feel free to contact the organizers with any questions:


Kate Eddens, University of Kentucky, [log in to unmask]

Dave Kennedy, RAND, [log in to unmask]

*Thank you, and see you in DC!*

Kate Eddens, PhD, MPH

Assistant Professor, Department of Health, Behavior & Society

College of Public Health, University of Kentucky

352 Bowman Hall, 151 Washington Avenue

Lexington, KY 40506-0059

P: 859-218-0111 <(859)%20218-0111>

F: 859-323-2933 <(859)%20323-2933>

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