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The Person-Based Approach (PBA) to intervention development
Thu 27 October 2016, 10:00 – 16:00 BST
The LifeGuide research programme is a multidisciplinary initiative led by Professor Lucy Yardley at the University of Southampton. The Person-Based Approach was developed from insights gained from our experience of carrying out over a thousand interviews with users, while developing health and illness management interventions that have proven effective in trials involving tens of thousands of users. Our interventions are now being disseminated in the UK and internationally by the NHS, public health teams and education websites for health professionals.
The person-based approach offers a distinctive and systematic way of addressing the user experience of intended behavior change techniques in particular and can enhance the use of theory-based and evidence-based approaches to intervention development.
The workshop will provide an overview of the Person-Based Approach (PBA) to developing web-based behavioural interventions, illustrated by examples from our LifeGuide team's research. The day will be structured around small group discussions, giving you the opportunity to tailor the discussions to your specific
This workshop will be held at the University of Southampton on the 27th Oct 2016 (10am to 4pm). Registration is free, but places are limited. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
This workshop is part of the SAPC Behaviour Change Special Interest Group and will focus on Primary Care research, SIG members and non-members are welcome.
Professor Lucy Yardley, Dr Adam Geraghty, Dr Leanne Morrison, Dr Ingrid Muller, Dr Miriam Santer.