The Centre for Behaviour Change hosts a variety of events on issues that create opportunities for discussion and collaboration between researchers, policy makers, practitioners and the public. Previous events have included seminars, workshops and large public events, most notably the annual digital health conference hosted by the CBC.
We welcome suggestions for topics for future events. For further information on events or if you have recommendations please contact email@example.com
Behaviour Change for Health: current and emerging science and techologies
06 - 07 April 2020, UCL Institute of Education - London, UK
Save the date: Harnessing digital technologies, the science of behaviour change and industry-academic collaborations to advance knowledge and practice.
Early bird ticket registration is now open via the UCL Online store. To secure your spot at the next conference, purchase here.
More information on Abstract Submissions and Event details is available via our conference webpage.
On September 16 at UCL, the CBC will be launching a new initiative for UCL staff called CBC Behaviour Change Clinics. The new consultancy service will:
Be available for UCL staff from any discipline and faculty Free Address any issue, whilst we have particular expertise in health and environmental change Be led by senior members of the Centre for Behaviour Change
UCL Staff can register for the launch event at Eventbrite.
NIHR Policy Unit in Behavioural Science Launch Event
23 January 2020, The Shard - London
The PRU in Behavioural Science will use its expertise to explore influencing factors on demand for services, and how to successfully implement health and social care initiatives to improve the level of quality care in England.
The launch event will be held at The Shard, Warwick Business School London. The evening will begin with an opening reception followed by a series of short talks and panel session, with opportunities for networking.
For more information and to register, visit eventbrite.
Hosted by the CBC EnviroHub, this seminar will bring together key people at UCL and within sustainable industries to discuss environmental disasters and how we can take a behavioural angle to address these. More information on this event will be released soon.
- Previous events
Energise book launch
July 2019, Bedford Way UCL - London, UK
In this book Professor Robert West explores the science behind motivation, delving into the Machiavellian art of persuasion and examining the roles the incentives, praise and punishment play in our society.
You can purchase your copy from Silverback Publishing.
5th annual CBC digital health conference
07 - 08 April 2019, UCL Institute for Education - London, UK
The CBC would like to thank all delegates who attended and presented at the conference this year. The event was a huge success and one of the most exciting programmes of scientific content we have had - so thank you!
The theme of the 2019 conference was the use of digital and non-digital approaches, alone or in combination, to bring about behaviour change for health and wellbeing. Conference themes included:
Engagement with digital health interventions Digital Health interventions to promote physical activity, health eating and dietary change Advances in measurement and evaluation of digital health interventions Conceptual and ethical issues in digital health Big data approaches in the design, delivery and evaluation of digital health interventions.
Conference Programme Highlights
We hosted three world-class keynotes presentations this year from:
Dr Jennifer Turguiss - Vice President Behaviour Science & Advanced Analytics, Johnson & Johnson (USA)
Felix Greaves - BMMCh PhD FFPH, Deputy Director, Science and Strategic Information, Public Health England (UK)
Professor Sherry Pagoto - Director of UnConn Centre for mHealth & Social Media, University of Connecticut (USA)
The conference programme is available, to view a copy of the 2019 programme see here.
Open Science Framework (OSF)
We will be uploading all presenter abstracts to Open Science Framework as a platform of information to oversee research projects and outputs across multiple disciples that were shared at this year's conference. If you DO NOT want your submitted abstract uploaded to OSF please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CBC would like to encourage presenters to upload their presentation slides and posters to OSF. To upload, please click on this link.
Whova - conference app
The conference app is still available to use and download for the next six months. Keep in contact with other conference delegates, network and share what you learnt at this year's conference by using the Whova app.
Thank you to our 2019 pre-conference workshop sponsors: