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Stirling 2011

7th Annual Scientific Meeting (Stirling 2011, 13-14 December 2011)


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Please note: this meeting has now passed.

 

The UK Society of Behavioural Medicine 7th Annual Scientific Meeting (2011) in association with the National Prevention Research Initiative (NPRI) Annual Scientific Meeting.

Theme: Motivating, enabling and prompting behaviour change for health

Held at Stirling Conference Centre (University of Stirling), Stirling, 13-14 December 2011

 

Conference proceedings

Proceedings from the 7th Annual Scientific Meeting in Stirling can be downloaded here. ISBN 978-1-908063-10-6

 

Scientific and Local Organising Committee:

Gerry Molloy – Conference Chair

Ronan O’Carroll – UKSBM President

Maggie CunninghamLesley McGregorRory O’ConnorVivien SwansonPam Warner,Helen Cheyne Brian Williams.
NPRI: Marlie Ferenczi

 

Keynote speakers

  • Professor Christopher Butler : Promoting behaviour change in primary care: clinical and research challenges
    Head of Department, Department of Primary Care & Public Health, School of Medicine, Cardiff University.
  • Professor Kavita Vedhara : What has stress got to do with it…..?
    Professor of Health Psychology, Institute of Work, Health & Organisations, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, University of Nottingham.
  • Professor David Blanchflower : Happiness, bio-markers and health
    Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Dartmouth College & Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, part-time professor at the University of Stirling, and a Research Fellow at the Centre for Economic Studies at the University of Munich and the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) at the University of Bonn.
  • Professor Theresa Marteau : The Automaticity of Being: Implications for Changing Behaviour to Improve Population Health
    Director of the Behaviour and Health Research Unit at the Institute of Public Health, University of Cambridge & Professor of Health Psychology at King’s College London & Director of the Centre for the Study of Incentives in Health (with the London School of Economics and Queen Mary, University of London).

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