This workshop looks at behaviour change techniques and helps you to Achieve Behaviour Change by applying tried and tested theories from Psychology.
This unique one-day workshop developed by the Yorkshire Quality and Safety Research Group provides an opportunity to learn from leading researchers in behavioural insights. Interactive learning and discussion will lead to improved understanding and enhanced practice in improving patient safety through behaviour change.
The ABC workshops are delivered by both clinical and non-clinical speakers, with vast knowledge of behaviour change theories and experience of using these tools in practice. This course is open to anyone interested in enhancing their understanding of behaviour change theory, understanding how to design an intervention to support behaviour change and gaining familiarity with a behaviour change toolkit to support their own projects.
Prof Rebecca Lawton – Professor of Psychology, University of Leeds and Bradford Institute for Health Research
Dr Judith Dyson – Reader in Healthcare Research, Implementation Science and Deputy Director Centre for Social Care, Health and Related Research (C-SCHaRR) at the Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences, Birmingham City University
Dr Ali Cracknell – Consultant in Medicine for Older People, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
“The structure and format of the workshop were great. The mix of theoretical teaching and practical/interactive work was really good for breaking up the day. I was surprised at how relevant the content will be for my own area of work.” – Continious Improvement Support Officer who attended the ABC Workshop in Leeds on 6th September 2019.
“Really well set out day. Excellent information shared. Clear to follow and lots of practical application which made it easy for me to see how to adapt this to my own work.” – Clinical Leadership Fellows who attended the ABC Workshop in Leeds on 6th September 2019.
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