Behaviour Change - Principles and Practice
17-20 June 2019 // Halifax, NS
This four-day course will introduce you to the principles of behaviourchange and how these can be applied to practical problems in your own area of interest.
It's aimed at everyone interested in behaviourchange -from researchers, practitioners and intervention designers to managers and policy makers.
This course aims to give you:
- a greater understanding of the possibilities for applying behaviourchange interventions to your own situation
- a practical framework for developing, implementing and evaluating these interventions in your area of interest
- Dr. Paul Chadwick - Paul is the Deputy Director for the UCL Centre for BehaviourChange and Clinical Director of MEND Central Ltd, the world’s largest provider of community weight management programmes.
- Dr. Fabiana Lorencatto - Fabiana is the Research Lead at the UCL Centre for BehaviourChange, and an honorary Research Fellow at the Centre for Health Services Research, City University of London.
- Dr. Janet Curran - Janet is a Clinician Scientist in Pediatrics and Emergency Care at the IWK Health Centre and an Associate Professor in the School of Nursing at Dalhousie University.
- Dr. Christine Cassidy - Christine is a CIHR Health System Impact Postdoctoral Fellow at the IWK Health Centre and University of Ottawa.
- Dr. Andrea Bishop - Andrea is Policy Development and Research Manager at the Nova Scotia College of Pharmacists (NSCP) and she completed a postdoctoral fellowship in implementation science at the IWK Health Centre.
Fees vary depending on sector/business size:
- Universities and charities -1700 CAD / £968
- Public sector and medium sized organisations-2159 CAD / £1230
- Large organisations(250+ employees) -3077 CAD / £1752
Please note that payment must be made in Pound sterling (GBP). We recommend that you check with your banking provider about any additional fees.
For more information & to register, visit: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/lifelearning/courses/cbc-summer-school-behaviour-change-north-america/
This course is being offered by UCL Centre for BehaviourChange (CBC), in partnership with: