Centre for Behaviour Change



Blog: First new cohort of Behaviour Change MSc students settle in at UCL

A new multidisciplinary MSc in Behaviour Change has been launched this autumn at University College London.  The first intake of 36 students will be introduced to cutting edge methods, theory and evidence relevant to changing behavior to address the societal problems we face. 

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Conference 2018: Abstract Submission now closed

We have received a great number of abstracts on a wide range of exciting topics, these will now be reviewed and the scientific committee will release a full conference programme in the new year.

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Human Behaviour-Change Project protocol paper now available on new Open Science Framework page!

The protocol paper for the Human Behaviour Change Project (HBCP), entitled ‘The Human Behaviour-Change Project: harnessing the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning for evidence synthesis and interpretation’, was published in Implementation Science on the 18th October 2017, and is available on the HBCP Open Science Framework (OSF) page.

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CBC Conference 2018: 'It's Digital....and Beyond!'

Did you know that CBC Conference 2018 isn't only about 'digital' health behaviour change? For 2018, we're broadening the scope of our annual conference to include 'non-digital' health behaviour change activity and research. So whether you're working in digital or non-digital health, join us at CBC Conference 2018 #CBCConf18 

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Blog: Talks, tutorials, and a conversation with Jeremy Bentham: Inside UCL’s fourth Behaviour Change Summer School - By Candice Moore

Several Human Behaviour-Change Project (HBCP) team members were involved in the recent Centre for Behaviour Change (CBC) Behaviour Change Summer School, a five-day course teaching the principles of behaviour change and intervention design. The first week took place between 31 July and 4 August with around 40 participants from over 10 countries. A further set of participants attended the second round of the summer school between 14 August and 18 August. This cohort of summer school graduates will join a group of over 140 previous graduates from the past three years.

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