Behaviour Change for Health: Digital and Other Innovative Methods

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Behaviour Change for Health: Digital and Other Innovative Methods

Tuesday 9th and Wednesday 10th April 2019 – Institute of Education UCL, London

The UCL Centre for Behaviour Change is delighted to announce the opening of conference abstract submissions and early bird registration for the 5th annual conference, Behaviour Change for Health: Digital and other Innovative Methods.

The next conference welcomes submissions on research and practice to change health-related behaviour using digital and non-digital approaches. 


Abstract Submissions

Abstract submissions will close on Friday 16 November 2018 5pm

To submit a presenter abstract for the next conference follow this link.

A PDF version for submission guidelines is available here.

They are looking for talks, posters, symposia and workshops to stimulate a lively exchange of ideas between academia and industry.

Submission categories:

  • Research
  • Knowledge in Practice
  • Symposia
  • Panel Discussion/Debate

They specifically encourage submissions from industry which would typically fall into the Knowledge in Practice category.

Abstracts should be no more than 350 words.

Both Research and Knowledge in Practice submissions can be for oral or poster presentation.

They intend to notify submitting authors of the decisions by 19 January 2019.


Registration

Early bird ticket registrations are now open and available until 08 February 2019.

To book your two-day conference package, please visit the UCL online store.

Registration includes entry both days to the conference, lunch and refreshments day 1 and day 2 and drinks reception at IOE on evening of Tuesday 09 April.

Attendance to the conference dinner is an additional cost of £65. Tickets can be purchased via the UCL online store as an additional ticketing option when registering for conference.

Questions relating to purchase of tickets for conference event and dinner can be directed to behaviourchange@ucl.ac.uk

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