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CBC Conference 2022: Behaviour Change for Health and Sustainability

 


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We are delighted to announce the 8th International CBC Conference to be held online on 7th, 8th, and 9th November 2022

CBC Conference Programme


Keynote Speakers

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Felix is a Health Psychologist and has recently been appointed Professor of Health Psychology at the University of East Anglia (UEA). He leads a research programme focused on the development and evaluation of digital and technology-focused behaviour change interventions across multiple health behaviours, particularly smoking cessation. Felix has had topic expert roles on National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidance committees focused on behaviour change and is currently President of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco Europe (SRNT-E).

Felix’s talk will focus on a key theme of his research - how digital health interventions can be tailored to individuals to maximise their relevance and impact. This includes the challenge of delivering real-time support adapted to in-the-moment psychological and situational factors.


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Dr. Lavoie is Full Professor in the Dept. of Psychology, at the University of Quebec at Montreal (UQAM), and holds a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Behavioral Medicine. She is the Co-Director of the Montreal Behavioral Medicine Centre, a fellow of the Canadian Psychological Association and Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research, and is a member of the College of the Royal Society of Canada  She holds a number of national and international leadership positions including Co-Lead of the International Behavioral Trials Network and Chair of the Canadian Network for Health Behavior Change. She is currently on the Canadian COVID-19 Expert Advisory Panel for her expertise in motivation and behavioural change and is the PI of the iCARE Study. Dr. Lavoie is internationally recognized for her research on chronic disease prevention and the impact of behavioural interventions, such as motivational communication, on health behaviours and chronic disease outcomes. She has held more than $30 million in grant funding and has more than 200 peer-reviewed papers and book chapters.

The title of her talk will be “Why stress and behaviour matter for managing long-term conditions - and how digital solutions can help” .

elena altieri
Elena is the Lead of the World Health Organisation's Behavioural Insights Unit.

Conference Themes 

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Twitter hashtag: #cbcconf2022


Ticket prices for the 3-day online conference:

Early bird rates

Early Bird – Low & Middle-Income Countries (including students, individuals, small companies, universities, public and third sectors): £85

Early Bird - Students: £85

Early Bird – Small Companies (1-50 employees) and Self-Funded Individuals: £110

Early Bird – Universities, public and third sectors: £120

Early Bird – Medium Companies (51-199 employees): £140

Early Bird – Large Companies (200+ employees): £210

Standard Rates (after September 2022)

Low & Middle-Income Countries (including students, individuals, small companies, universities, public and third sectors): £95

Students: £95

Small Companies (1-50 employees) and Self-Funded Individuals: £125

Universities, public and third sectors: £140

Medium Companies (51-199 employees): £170

Large Companies (200+ employees): £280


 


Post Conference Workshop

We are delighted to invite you to the CBC Post Conference Workshop:

 

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How to develop popular and effective health apps: Lessons from the Smoke-Free app

Summary:
Although some health apps have many millions of users, evidence on health benefits is limited, and in most cases, engagement is low and short-term. It remains a significant challenge to develop apps that will be popular and provide a demonstrable health benefit. Dave Crane developed the SmokeFree app using behavioural science principles. The app has been used by more than 6 million people worldwide, and there is an ongoing programme of scientific evaluation and development. This workshop will provide an opportunity for participants to hear about and discuss the lessons learned from the development process.

Learning objectives for the workshop: 
After attending the workshop, participants will be able to:
1.    Critically examine features of health apps that increase the likelihood of achieving their specific health goals.
2.    Evaluate ways in which health apps can maintain a scientific foundation.
3.    Discuss the future of health apps and how they are likely to evolve.

Register HERE


Standard Rates 


Low & Middle-Income Countries (including students, individuals, small companies, universities, public and third sectors): £60

Students: £60

General: £70

CBC Conference Attendee/ Student & Low & Middle-Income Countries:  £54

CBC Conference Attendee/ General:  £63

While we are setting up our registration page we are currently receiving expressions of interest at behaviourchange@ucl.ac.uk.


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