The Roundtable Discussion (RTD) on Health Beyond Health Care: Role of Social Science was held last November 25, 2014 at Hotel Jen, Manila. The RTD was organized by the National Academy of Science and Technology, Philippines through its Social Sciences Division (SSD).
This RTD was conducted in preparation for the upcoming Annual Scientific meeting (ASM) in July next year, which will focus on non-communicable diseases. Academician Michael L. Tan, focal person of the RTD and chancellor of the University of the Philippines Diliman, explained the involvement of Social Sciences in health care and the topic of the RTD, which is on behavior change theories in relation to women’s health and with focus on tobacco use.
Dr. Clarissa C. David, assistant professor at the Department of Communications Research, College of Mass Communication, University of the Philippines Diliman, discussed Behavior Change Theories