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Serious Games and Technology to Improve Health Behaviours and Education

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This event will bring together academics and practitioners working in the areas of game-based learning, technology and public health.

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The research team for the FIT Food game invites you to attend our online conference ‘Serious games and technology to improve health behaviours and education’ on 12th April 2021.

This conference will bring together academics and practitioners working in the areas of game-based learning, technology, public health and nutrition. We would like to share experiences and insight into how these fields can work together and stories of success and impact.

The overall objectives of the conference are the discussion and sharing of knowledge, experiences and research on serious games and technology and their applications for improving health behaviours and education, as well as to network and find potential collaborators for future research opportunities.

Alongside a keynote presentation by Professor Sylvester Arnab and other key talks in the above fields, we will also introduce our FIT Food Knowledge Exchange project and engage delegates in a range of interactive activities. For the full conference programme and information about speakers, please consult our conference website.

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This event will be held on Zoom. In the week preceding this event all registrants will receive the link and password to access the meeting.

If you have any questions or queries about this meeting or the FIT Food project please contact Blagovesta Tacheva – The University of Leeds (ptbdt@leeds.ac.uk).

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