Belinda Borrelli is a Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Program in Nicotine and Tobacco Research. She develops and tests treatments to motivate change in a variety of health behaviors (smoking cessation, medication adherence, oral health, sleep apnea, asthma) in many populations (disabled, latinos, urban teens, older adults, native americans). She is interested in 1) increasing risk perception through health feedback and 2) working with culturally diverse and special populations.
Belinda Borrelli, PhD is Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Program in Nicotine and Tobacco at Brown Medical School & The Miriam Hospital. She is a Clinical Psychologist with over 70 peer-reviewed publications. She is the Principal Investigator or Co-investigator of numerous grants on motivating behavior change across diverse areas including smoking cessation, medication adherence, asthma, oral health, sleep apnea, diet, exercise, and obesity. Dr. Borrelli has given over 60 invited talks and keynotes on her research. Dr. Borrelli was the previous Associate Editor of the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology and is currently Associate Editor of Health Psychology. She is a former member of a scientific grant review committee at the National Institutes of Health (RPHB-2), and recently appointed to the American College of Reviewers. Dr. Borrelli has trained hundreds of health care practitioners in motivational interviewing for health behavior change, both nationally and internationally.
BELINDA BORRELLI, PHD, MA
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Study helps parents of children with asthma to quit smoking (GSJof Feb. 4, 2000)
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