San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Welcome and Introduction
Dr Angel Chater, University of Bedfordshire
KEYNOTE: Making Behavioural Science fit for Behaviour Change Interventions
Professor Marie Johnston, University of Aberdeen
Public Health England: An Insights Approach to Population Behaviour Change
Amanda Bunten, Behaviour Insights Research An
HPPHN Annual General Meeting
“Healthy Conversation Skills” to Support Behaviour Change: An Interactive Workshop
Dr Wendy Lawrence, University of Southampton
Please note that talks, interactive sessions, and questions will be filmed on the day so please let us know if you any problem with this.
We will also be going for drinks and dinner following the event and you are all welcome. Please indicate your interest during the ticket purchasing process.
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Health Psychology in Public Health Network
Health Psychology in Public Health is a national network that brings together professionals with an interest in behavioural science and public health.
The network is for professionals interested in all domains of public health wishing to develop an understanding of health behaviours from a psychological perspective. We aim to share best practice and maximise the opportunity and insights that both fields have to offer by embedding behavioural science into public health practice.
Our members are nationwide with a variety of backgrounds and specialist areas, and include Health Psychologists, Public Health Consultants and Practitioners, eminent Academics, PhD/MSc students and Health Psychology Trainees
Benefits of membership:
Full members - £25 waged and £10 unwaged annual membership fee
Discounted fees for events
Workshops & CPD sessions
Resources from all HPPHN events including footage and presentations
Recorded interviews with top experts
Regular e-newsletter with links to full articles
Access to members contact directory
Updates through LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter
Access to HPPHN LinkedIn group
Access to Facebook and Twitter
Details of upcoming events
For more information on membership please follow this link - www.hpphn.org.uk/15/Membership