The modular structure of this course allows participants to develop specialist knowledge and skills in behaviour change according to their areas of interest.
Changing behaviour in systems
Behaviour is heavily influenced by context and the systems within which it is embedded. Greater understanding of how systems operate to influence behaviour can enhance the effectiveness of behaviour change interventions. This module will draw together principles of behaviour change and systems thinking to address behavioural problems within systems such as organisations and communities. Participants will be introduced to the principles of understanding behaviour in systems and how to describe and analyse this using the methodology of behavioural systems mapping.
Date: 18 October 2022
Time: 9am - 5pm
Facilitators: Professor Susan Michie, Professor Robert West, Dr Jo Hale, Dr Esther Flanagan & Dr Vivi Antonopoulou
This course is now FULL
This module will review and analyse theories of motivation to help participants design behaviour change interventions. It will introduce the integrative PRIME Theory of Motivation and show how it can support a broadly based, systems approach to intervention design.
Date: 19 October 2022
Time: 9am - 12:30pm
Facilitators: Professor Robert West
This course is now FULL
0.5 day module
1 day module
Low, middle-income countries – University, third sector and public sector
Universities, third sector and public sector - small enterprises and start-ups (<50 employees)
Public sector and medium enterprises (50-249 employees)
Large enterprises (250+ employees)
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There are many examples of our Alumni putting Summer School learning into practice, including private and public sector organisations revising their behaviour change strategies. Some academic publications include:
- Applying the COM-B behaviour model and behaviour change wheel to develop an intervention to improve hearing-aid use in adult auditory rehabilitation.
- Barriers and Recommended Interventions to Prevent Melioidosis in Northeast Thailand: a focus group study using the Behaviour Change Wheel.
- Increasing the frequency of physical activity very brief advice for cancer patients. Development of an intervention using the Behaviour Change Wheel.
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