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UCL Centre for Behaviour Change - **Launch Event**

UCL Centre for Behaviour Change

Monday, 17 February 2014 from 17:00 to 19:00 (GMT)

UCL Centre for Behaviour Change - **Launch Event**

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Join us to celebrate the launch of the newly established UCL Centre for Behaviour Change. 



 5pm                                                     The evening will start with a welcome and introduction to the Centre by Director Professor Susan Michie                                                      
  A series of short talks will follow focussing on the importance of behaviour change research translation into practice, policy and enterprise.
  Confirmed speakers are: David Price (Vice Provost for Research, UCL), Alexi Marmot (Professor of Facility and Environment Management, UCL) and Mike Kelly (Director of the Centre of Public Health at NICE and Honorary Professor, UCL).

Drinks reception


About the UCL Centre for Behaviour Change

Behaviour change is increasingly recognised as central to human wellbeing, social cohesion and sustainability. Changing behaviour is a challenging and complex process, requiring theories, methods and evidence from many academic disciplines. UCL has considerable expertise in behaviour change which will be harnessed by the newly established Centre for Behaviour Change.

Funded by the Provost’s Strategic Development Fund together with support from UCL’s Grand Challenge for Health and Wellbeing and five Faculty Deans, the Centre aims to increase the quality and quantity of academic activity in behaviour change at UCL, increase its public profile and its engagement with policy-makers, industry and support UCL in becoming a leading and world renowned centre for expertise in behaviour change.

Aims of the Centre:

  1. To foster leadership, cross-disciplinary research, teaching and knowledge transfer at UCL.
  2. To improve cross-disciplinary communication and collaboration, within and beyond UCL.
  3. To enhance the academic, public and policy impact of UCL research and expertise in behaviour change, both nationally and internationally

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This event is open to UCL staff, students and colleagues external to UCL. Please select the appropriate ticket type (UCL or non-UCL) when registering.

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When & Where

Christopher Ingold Building (XLG2 Auditorium)
University College London
20 Gordon Street
WC1H 0AJ London
United Kingdom

Monday, 17 February 2014 from 17:00 to 19:00 (GMT)

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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.

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