Optimising Behaviour and Engagement with Care

Behaviour is often the rate-limiting step preventing potentially effective interventions having a positive impact on peoples’ health. This theme applies behavioural science to develop and implement interventions that make healthcare more effective, appropriate, accessible and efficient. It does this by examining ways to optimise behaviour at the patient, professional and organisational levels across a variety of long term conditions.

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Meet The Team

Professor Robert Horne

Theme Lead: Optimising Behaviour and Engagement with Care, Principle Investigator: Improving adherence to essential medication for asthma: Feasibility study for the ‘Perceptions and Practicalities Intervention’ (PAPI)

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Prof Steph Taylor

Deputy Theme Lead: Optimising Behaviour and Engagement with Care

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Jo Hornby

Ex-Trial Manager: Digital Alcohol Management on Demand (DIAMOND)

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Meet The Whole Team