CBC Online Conference 2020
Behaviour Change for Health: new and emerging science and technologies #cbcconf2020
#cbconf2020 provided a unique opportunity to reimagine our in-person conference to create an online and engaging event. The conference inspired delegates to explore opportunities for interaction across academic disciplines and sectors on the topics of digital health and behaviour change. Through the delivery of advanced event materials and live sessions, #cbcconf2020 saw the exchange of expertise and information between those producing knowledge and those applying that knowledge to solve real-world problems.
To view the conference keynote speakers and invited panel discussion, click here.
To access the full programme, click here.
To view the oral (paper) speaker list, click here.
To view the poster speaker list, click here.
To view the symposia and panel discussion speaker list, click here.
#cbcconf2020 Keynote Talks
This year we hosted three outstanding international keynote talks from Professor Wendy Wood, Professor Heleen Riper and Dr Rachel Carey. To watch the full presentation from the live event, click the links below.
Dr Rachel Carey (Chief Scientist, Zinc)
Start- ups as experiments: a behavioural science approach
Professor Wendy Wood (Provost Professor of Psychology and Business, University of Southern California)
Why don’t we stick with behaviour change?
Professor Heleen Riper (Faculty of Behavioural and Movement Sciences, Section of Clinical Psychology, VU University Amsterdam)
The COVID-19 pandemic: the ‘black swan’ for digital mental health care
Open Science Framework
Our conference team will be uploading all author/presenter abstracts to Open Science Framework as a platform to oversee research projects and outputs across multiple disciplines that were shared at the conference this year. Authors have been encouraged to upload their presentation slides and posters to the Open Science Framework event page. However, this is not compulsory and if you do not want your abstract published online please email email@example.com.
Upload supplementary files for your abstract
- Go to the conference OSF conference page: https://osf.io/meetings/CBCCONF2020/
- Click on the ‘add your poster or talk’ link (top-left corner)
- Complete the short email submission and upload form
- Click submit
This will automatically create an entry for your presentation that will be shared in the list of the submissions for our 2020 event that will be made available on the CBC website.
- Committee Members
The CBC would like to thank the members of the International Advisory Board, Scientific, and Organising Committees for their valuable contributions in steering the conference and organising programme. To view the full list of committee members, click here.
If you have questions about the event, email the conference team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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