Well, that's about it; about all I have to say. We've spent some time talking about enhancing research productivity in health education. We've talked about what, why, and how. I hope that the "what" was at least somewhat informing, the "why" a bit compelling, and the "how" encouraging. I also hope that many of you will think about how we can enhance research productivity in health education, and about how you can enhance your own productivity. Some of you will say, "This talk wasn't for me. I'm not a researcher and I'm not going to be a researcher." I know that, and that's okay. I hope that all of you appreciate, however, that for our profession to continue to be relevant, we must enhance our research capacity and our research productivity. As a profession and as individual professionals, we must encourage that. To improve health and quality of life, we must be involved in significant health behavior research, and we must translate these research results into health education practice. We have a number of people doing this type of research. We need more. We need the Jeanne Freemans, the Don Chaneys, and the Keith Zulligs-the folks who have their Ph.D. behind them, who are making contributions, but who are also early in their careers and need your support. We also need folks like Tina Penhollow, Eric Buhi, Beth Hensleigh, Rene Umstattd, Will Torrrence, and Erika Trapl. These are people who represent today's doctoral students and who are in the process of becoming the researchers we need. They need your help, your direction, and your word of encouragement. Finally, we need the people that perhaps none of us yet knows. These are the folks who you will help attract to our profession. They are the ones to whom you will explain what research really is, why it is important, and how we can go about enhancing its quality and quantity. These three groups of people-the ones who are as yet unknown, our current doctoral students, and our relatively new Ph.D.s-these are the ones who will continue to enhance research in health education and health behavior long after those of you who are my age and older are gone. Please give them all your encouragement and your support. Thank you.