Designing Complex Interventions: Exploring the application of behaviour change theory to the design and development of a multi-stakeholder digital tool to support people self-managing multiple chronic health conditions (multimorbidity)

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Designing Complex Interventions: Exploring the application of behaviour change theory to the design and development of a multi-stakeholder digital tool to support people self-managing multiple chronic health conditions (multimorbidity)

Tuesday 20 February 2018 10:00 – 13:00 – London

This workshop will explore the challenges involved in applying the Behaviour Change Wheel (BCW) to a complex digital health intervention for older persons with chronic diseases/multimorbidity (ProACT). The workshop will provide participants with the opportunity to interact with technologies developed as part of this H2020 project as well as take part in an interactive session using the BCW and end-user personas to discuss, debate and formulate new ideas for the future development of behaviour change interventions that require change across multiple health dimensions and stakeholder groups.

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