Vic Stretcher – University of Michigan

Since his founding of University of Michigan’s Center for Health Communications Research Center in 1995, Vic has been a leading investigator on over $45 million in grant-funded studies of computer-tailored health programs. His latest research is related to the importance of developing and maintaining a strong purpose in life. His book, On Purpose, is written as a graphic novel and is accompanied by a free app and website – which we’ll saw in action at the 8th Annual Fall Conference. 

The Unmentionables

At the 8th Annual Fall Conference, the full Unmentionables session explored everything from purpose to sex to stress, and the ever growing importance of understanding these issues as they relate to our health. 

Vic Strecher – The Unmentionables

Vic explores how strong purpose in live impacts not only our mental health but everything from HbA1c levels to heart disease.

University of Michigan

Speech by Paul Resnick at the HDI Forum in Bethesda, Maryland, June 2011.

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Vic Stretcher – University of Michigan

Since his founding of University of Michigan’s Center for Health Communications Research Center in 1995, Vic has been a leading investigator on over $45 million in grant-funded studies of computer-tailored health programs. His latest research is related to the importance of developing and maintaining a strong purpose in life. His book, On Purpose, is written as a graphic novel and is accompanied by ...
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The Unmentionables

At the 8th Annual Fall Conference, the full Unmentionables session explored everything from purpose to sex to stress, and the ever growing importance of understanding these issues as they relate to our health. 

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Vic Strecher – The Unmentionables

Vic explores how strong purpose in live impacts not only our mental health but everything from HbA1c levels to heart disease.

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University of Michigan

Speech by Paul Resnick at the HDI Forum in Bethesda, Maryland, June 2011.