San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Please join us for the first of our co-hosted events with Bupa UK: ‘Behaviour Change in Large Organisations’.
The lectures focus on topical issues affecting healthcare with the aim to stimulate thinking and discussion. This is open to all Bupa employees and CBC contacts and will be an opportunity to network with both internal and external professionals and a range of scientists, policy-makers and practitioners.
- Chair: Dr Paula Franklin, UK Medical Director, Bupa.
- Prof Susan Michie, UCL: Introduction to Behaviour Change Science applied to organisations.
- Dr Luke James, Bupa: Behaviour Change at Bupa.
- Dr Paul Chadwick, UCL: The Behaviour Change wheel as a model for organisations.
- Dr Rachel Carey, Bupa/ UCL: Embedding behaviour change within organisations: Case studies.
- Q&A panel session.
The talks will be followed by a drinks reception at the Institute for Child Health.
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UCL Centre for Behaviour Change
The Centre for Behaviour Change is a unique initiative, harnessing the breadth and depth of academic expertise in behaviour change at UCL to address key challenges facing society. Behaviour change is increasingly recognised as central to human well-being, social cohesion and sustainability. Changing behaviour is a challenging and complex process, requiring theories, methods and evidence from many academic disciplines.
To develop expertise and bring that to the widest possible audience, across the public, commercial and charity sectors, we:
Host cross-disciplinary events addressing topical social and methodological issues
Provide evidence based consultancy
Deliver effective training and teaching
Build communities to facilitate the engagement of policy-makers, practitioners and researchers with expertise at UCL
Engage in cutting-edge cross-disciplinary research
The Centre is directed by Susan Michie. We are supported by a cross-disciplinary Executive Committee and an Advisory Board that covers key areas of engagement within and external to UCL. We aim to become a leading and world-renowned centre for expertise in behaviour change.