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Event: Annual mHealth Behavioural Science and Mobile Technology Conference, NUI Galway, 14th June 2018

What: The 4th Annual mHealth Behavioural Science and Mobile Technology Conference will be hosted by the School of Psychology and the mHealth Research Group at NUI Galway, on Thursday, 14th of June 2018 in the Arts Millennium Building, NUI Galway. This conference will bring together a large network of healthcare researchers, practitioners and industry leaders to address key issues in behavioural science, mobile health (mHealth) research and healthcare delivery.  Abstract submission is open now!

Where: NUI Galway

Further information:  Registration is free. To submit an abstract please refer to the event webpage here.  For further information about the conference please refer to the conference website here

 Deadline: The abstract submission deadline is 18th May 2018

 

Event: Summer Course on Intensive Longitudinal Methods, University of Aberdeen

What: Summer Course: Intensive Longitudinal Methods – Introduction and Data Analysis Camp. A 5-day course covering the design and analysis of intensive longitudinal studies.

This five-day course provides an introduction to designing and analysing intensive longitudinal studies. Intensive longitudinal methods allow researchers to examine processes in daily life in a way that is not possible using traditional methods. Researchers can obtain repeated observations over the course of hours, days, and weeks, and often even longer. Intensive longitudinal data, however, present multiple design and data analytic challenges stemming from the various possible sources of interdependence in these data.  This course will help participants in choosing their design in line with their theoretical questions, and practice analysing intensive longitudinal data with example data sets and their own data.

Where: University of Aberdeen

When: 23rd – 27th July 2018

Further information: The course instructors are Dr Gertraud Stadler, Dr Dan Powell, and Prof Niall Bolger. Early bird  date for registration is Monday 16th April 2018. For further information, including details on how to book a place, please visit the event webpage  or contact the workshop administrator (lyn.ajanaku@abdn.ac.uk)

 

 

Event: International Congress of Behavioral Medicine 2018 – abstract deadline extended

What: The deadline for submitting scientific abstracts and workshop proposals to the 2018 International Congress of Behavioral Medicine (ICBM) has been extended to Monday, February 12, 2018 at 11:59pm UTC-05:00. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to share your work with the international behavioural medicine community! The 2018 ICBM offers more than 20 topic areas such as diabetes, aging, pain, psychophysiology, behavioral genetics, and digital health. The congress will include topics of importance to regions around the world, such as tropical medicine and stress/resilience in epidemics and disasters.

Where: Santiago, Chile

When: 14th-17th November 2018

Further information: For information about how to submit your work to the 2018 ICBM, along with the most up-to-date congress information, please see the conference website 

Deadline: 12th February 2018 at 11:59pm UTC-05:00

Event: Developing complex interventions: Workshop on the Person-Based Approach

What: This workshop will explain how to implement the Person-Based Approach to intervention development. The workshop has been designed to show: (1) how to develop an in-depth understanding of the perspectives of people who will use the intervention to enhance feasibility; (2) help identify how to optimise interventions to address key behavioural issues and improve acceptability; (3) complement evidence and theory-based approaches to enhance uptake, adherence and outcomes in digital and non-digital interventions.

Where: University of East Anglia, Norwich

When: 10am-12:30pm on 23rd January 2018

Further information: This event is free. For further information please see the workshop advert

Event: Division of Health Psychology Seminar ‘Developing and Advancing Methods for Personalised Behaviour Change’, Newcastle University

What: This seminar is sponsored by the Division of Health Psychology. Researchers and practitioners with an interest in n-of-1 methods are invited to attend a free half-day seminar. There will be a strong focus on discussing the opportunities and challenges of using n-of-1 methods in health psychology research and practice.

When: 30th October 2017

Where: Newcastle University

Further information: Please see the seminar advert for further information

Event: Brain Skin Colloquium 9-10 October 2017, Manchester

What: The brain-skin connection is a key area of both clinical and research importance. The strong scientific programme will be delivered by an impressive line-up of international speakers. Therefore, the meeting will be of great interest to clinicians (in particular dermatologists, psychologists and psychiatrists) and scientists (cell biologists, immunologists, neuroscientists) alike.

When: 9th-10th October 2017

Where: Manchester

Further information: For further information please see the event flyer

Event: Centre for Behaviour Change Summer School 2017: registration open

What: UCL’s Centre for Behaviour Change are hosting their 4th annual Summer School series again this year. This five-day course will introduce you to the principles of behaviour change and how these can be applied to practical problems in your own area of interest. It’s aimed at everyone interested in behaviour change – from researchers, practitioners and intervention designers to managers and policy makers.

The course will look at the principles of behaviour change and demonstrate how these can be applied to a variety of practical problems – from supporting change among patients and health professionals, to planning and supporting change in organisations and communities.

It will give you a greater understanding of the possibilities for applying behaviour change interventions to your own situation and a practical framework for developing, implementing and evaluating these interventions in your area of interest

Where: University College London

When: Two identical courses are running this year on the following dates: 31st July – 4th August 2017 / 14th August – 18th August 2017

Further information: Early bird tickets are available until 22nd June. For further information please see the event flyer

Event: Moving Research into Practice: Novel Health Psychology Approaches to Implementation Science, Synergy Expert Meeting, 28th-29th August 2017

What: The Synergy Expert Meeting (EM) takes place directly before the European Health Psychology Society annual conference. This year the topic is Implementation Science and applications are now open.

Where: Padova, Italy

When: 28-29th August 2017

Further information: For further information and to apply for a place please see the Synergy 2017 advert

Deadline: 30th April 2017

Event: Tackling childhood obesity: Are we doing enough?

What: ‘Tackling childhood obesity: Are we doing enough?’ The 2017 Behaviour and Health Research Unit (BHRU) annual lecture, in association with the Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP), will be given by Corinna Hawkes, Professor of Food Policy and Director, Centre for Food Policy, City University. The lecture will be followed by a drinks reception.

Where: The Howard Lecture Theatre, Downing College, Cambridge

When: Thursday 11th May 2017, 6pm

Further information: To register for the event or find out more please visit the Behaviour and Health Research Unit website.

 

Event: Brain Skin Colloquium, March 2017, Manchester

What: Brain Skin Colloquium

The brain-skin connection is an area of significant clinical and research interest given that there is a large body of data which demonstrates the impact of the brain on the skin and vice versa. The time is ripe to gather experts from Europe and North America to present recent novel research data as well as the clinical application of such advances.

The meeting will aim to discuss: (i) Interactions between the nervous system and skin whilst providing a clinical update of the latest developments in this key area; (ii) Facilitate networking and collaboration between investigators which could lead to scientific and therapeutic advances. Consequently, the meeting will be of great value to clinicians (in particular dermatologists, as well as, psychologists, psychiatrists and neurologists) and scientists including immunologists, cell biologists, neuroscientists and individuals interested in inflammatory skin disease.

Where: Manchester

When: 23-24 March 2017

Additional Information: for further details please visit the event website

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