Hear what experts in the field have to say about our new online short course
16 December 2021
The Centre for Behaviour Change has launched a new four week online short course in behaviour change! Explore behaviour change frameworks, and how they can be used to enable behaviour change in yourself and others.
Take a look at what experts in the field have to say about the course in this video. You will get the chance to hear from:
Dr Rachel Carey – Chief Scientist at Zinc, an accelerator for mission-driven start-ups
Professor Angel Chater – Lead for the Centre for Health, Wellbeing and Behaviour Change at University of Bedfordshire
Elena Altieri – Head of Behaviour Insights World Health Organization in Geneva
Javiera Rosenberg Pacareu – Policy Advisor at Ministry of Women and Gender Equality and Independent Consultant
Bios of speakers:
Dr Carey is a UKRI Future Leaders Fellow, and an Associate at the UCL Centre for Behaviour Change. At UCL she led the Theories and Techniques of Behaviour Change Project before joining Zinc in 2017, where she combines behavioural science with creative design, emerging technologies, and entrepreneurship. In her honorary role at UCL, she continues to deliver training and teaching in behavioural science, transport psychology, and digital health.
Professor Chater is a Health Psychologist and Professor in Health Psychology and Behaviour Change at the University of Bedfordshire, as well as an Associate to the UCL Centre for Behaviour Change. She co-founded the Health Psychology in Public Health Network (HPPHN), which was later renamed the Behavioural Science and Public Health Network (BSPHN). She also leads the BPS COVID-19 Behavioural Science and Disease Prevention Taskforce.
Elena Altieri has twenty years of experience working on behaviour change for several international organizations, in many countries across all regions, on a diverse range of social and health issues such as natural disasters prevention, people trafficking, social inclusion, road safety among others. She currently leads the Behavioural Insights unit at the World Health Organization which is responsible for mainstreaming the use of behavioral science in the work of the organization and its partners.
Javiera Rosenberg Pacareu works at the Ministry of Women and Gender Equality, where she coordinates and develops studies and interventions to promote social and behavioural change related to gender equality. She has been a Behavioural Economics Advisor at the Ministry of Economy in Chile and served as a Behavioural Science Consultant at the GovLab, the Innovation hub of the Chilean Government. In addition, as an independent consultant, she has collaborated on a wide range of projects using behavioural science for public policy and impact evaluations in different countries of Latin America.