The UCL Centre for Behaviour Change is excited to announce the 6th annual digital health conference ‘Behaviour Change for Health: new and emerging science and technologies’
from the 06 -07 April 2020.
The 2020 conference will welcome submissions on research and practice to change health-related behaviour using digital and non-digital approaches; harnessing ideas from digital technologies, the science of behaviour change and industry-academic collaborations to advance knowledge and practice.
Thinking of coming to our next conference? Check highlights from the 2019 conference here.
For more information on the event please click on the sub-headings below.
|Call for abstracts||13 September 2019||18 October 2019|
|Early bird registration rates||29 August 2019||31 January 2020|
|Standard registration rates||01 February 2020||06 April 2020|
|First release of programme||Week commencing 03 February 2020|| |
|Registration and acceptance deadline for presenters||03 February 2020||01 March 2020|
|Presentation slides to be submitted (oral, panel discussion and symposia)||03 February 2020||31 March 2020|
|Final programme released||Week commencing 02 March 2020|| |
- Conference app
The Whova conference app will be avilable for delegates to download one month prior to the event. The conference app will allow users to download the event programme, find out who is attending and arrange meet-ups during the conference and after. More information on how to download the app and user instructions will be available soon.
- Social Media
As part of our commitment to sustainability, at this event we are planning the following:
- All catering will be vegetarian
- There will be no plastic utensils or single-use cups
- There will be no printed programme or event materials – delegates can either download a copy of the programme from the website, or by using the Whova conference app
- All attendees are encouraged to catch public transport to the conference – this event will be in Central London where there is no parking available for this event
You can find out more on what the UCL community is doing by reading UCL’s Sustainability Policy.
For all matters relating to the conference, please contact the Behaviour Change Office.