Susan Michie Selected Invited Talks (2004-)
2nd Latin American Society for Research into Nicotine and Tobacco conference. Optimising behavioural support for smoking cessation.
Global Healthcare Alliance for Treatment of Tobacco Dependence, Lisbon, Portugal. Engaging the patient: a fresh look at behavioural approaches.
World Julian Aleksandrowicz Scientific Congress, Cracow, Poland. Changing behaviour to improve health.
7th Conference on Psychology and Health, Lunteren, the Netherlands. Advancing the science of behaviour change.
22nd Conference of the European Health Psychology Society, Bath, UK. Making a difference: the role of behaviour change science in government policy.
European Congress of Psychology, Prague, Czech Republic. Changing behaviour to improve health. State of the Art lecture.
Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society Division of Health Psychology, Nottingham. Behaviour change: theory, evidence and application.
National Institute of Clinical Studies, Melbourne, Australia. 1st National Conference: Using Evidence, Using Guidelines symposium. Understanding guideline implementation: using psychological theory.
26th International Congress of Applied Psychology, International Association of Applied Psychology, Athens, Greece. Genetic testing - psychological consequences and interventions. State of the Art lecture.
3rd Guidelines International Network Annual Conference , Evidence in Context. Lyon , France . How to get the message across .
Irish Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, Dublin, Ireland. Changing behaviours related to health: which theories and which techniques?
International Society of Behavioural Medicine and Finnish National Institute of Public Health, Lahti, Finland. Applying the Evidence Base to prevent Disease and Improve Health: How to incorporate theory into program design.
Medical Research Council Health Services Research Fellows Annual Conference Bristol, UK. Improving health: using psychological theory.
Michigan Center for Genomics and Public Healt , USA. Communicating genetic information: process and outcome.
Inaugural Greek Health Psychology Conference, Athens, Greece. Health psychology in Europe: challenges and future directions.
4th Health Psychology International Conference, Havana, Cuba. Changing behaviours related to health: the application of psychological theory.
European Centre for Disease Control, Brussels, Belgium. Invited experts workshop on Influenza Development and Research Priorities: Behavioural sciences as applied to influenza.
Graduate School for Health Research, Medical Center, University of Groningen, Netherlands. Improving health by changing behaviour.
XI International Conference for the Treatment of Tobacco, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil . Engaging the patient - a fresh look at behavioural approaches.
Global Healthcare Alliance for Treatment of Tobacco Dependence, Lisbon, Portugal. Engaging the patient - a fresh look at behavioural approaches.
10th Annual Conference of the Society for Research in Nicotine and Tobacco, Rome, Italy: Applying psychological theory to promote evidence-based clinical practice.
Expert Workshop ("Synergy"): European Health Psychology Conference, Bath, UK: Designing internet interventions to test theories of behaviour change.
Expert Workshop: Issues in Health Behavior Change, Freie Universität, Berlin, Germany: Designing and evaluating internet-based interventions.
7th Conference on Psychology and Health, Lunteren, the Netherlands. Trial designs for interventions: are there alternatives to the RCT?
5th World Congress on Prevention of Diabetes and its Complications, Helsinki, Finland. Debate: Health behavior change: are our cognitive-rational theories any good?
Department of Psychology, Freie Universität, Berlin, Germany: Behaviour change: theory and application.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research: Ottawa, Canada. Invited Lecture at the Symposium Behavioural Approaches to Knowledge Transfer organised by the Knowledge Translation- Improved Clinical Effectiveness through Behavioural Research Group (KT-ICEBERG). Behavioural Approaches to Intervention Fidelity.
VU University Medical Center: the Netherlands. Preventive behaviour: what motivates people to adopt healthy lifestyles?
European Meeting on Psychosocial Aspects of Genetics. What works, and why, in genetic counselling? The need for theory. Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
National Institute of Clinical Studies, Melbourne, Australia. Synthesising and implementing evidence: why psychology?
Assessment and Intervention in Health and Illness: invited experts' scientific workshop, Leiden, the Netherlands. A self-regulation intervention to increase hand hygiene behaviour in hospital staff.
American Society of Human Genetics Conference, Ontario, Canada. Quality genetic counseling: theory and evidence in process and outcomes.
Fifth Conference on Psychology and Health, Rolduc, the Netherlands. Predictive genetic testing: the problem of low risk results.