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Call for papers: Translational Sleep Science in Behavioral Medicine

What: The International Journal of Behavioral Medicine together with the Sleep Special Interest Group of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, has issued this special call for papers. Empirical studies of behavioral medicine research across the translational spectrum are welcomed. Further, research that bridges the intersections of behavioral medicine and other areas of research (e.g., neuroscience, medical practice, nursing, public health, education, health psychology) are likely to make strong contributions. 

Further information: Please click here to review the submission guidelines and here for further information 

Deadline: Please send your letter of intent as a pdf to the Special Issue editors at IJBM@hunter.cuny.edu by 1st June 2019.

Job: Five funded PhD opportunities, University of Leeds

What: The NIHR Yorkshire and Humber Patient Safety Translational Research Centre has five funded PhD opportunities available to start in October 2019 based at the University of Leeds.

The research topics are:

  • ‘Patient work-as-imagined’ versus ’patient work-as-done’: How do patients and families ’reach in’ to support the resilience of cancer care pathways?
  • Reducing inappropriate admissions to hospital: Understanding and enhancing tolerance of uncertainty amongst staff and patients
  • Sociotechnical evaluation of digital innovations for patient safety
  • Enhancing feedback for ambulance service staff to promote workforce wellbeing and patient safety
  • The role of community pharmacists in developing and implementing deprescribing initiatives in primary care

Where: University of Leeds
Further information: Please click here to view the job advert for further information.
Deadline: 26th April 2019

 

Event: Behaviour Change for Health: Digital and other Innovative Methods, University College London

What: Now in its 5th year, the UCL Centre for Behaviour Change annual conference is a unique event in the digital health calendar, bringing together expertise from academia and industry to explore the potential for digital approaches to transform health and wellbeing through enabling behaviour change. The conference is a stimulating forum for scientists, commissioners, policy-makers and industry professionals to meet and learn from each other in the service of creating digital products and services to enhance health and wellbeing across the public and private sector. This year’s conference themes include:

  • Engagement with digital health interventions
  • Digital health interventions to promote physical activity, healthy eating and dietary change
  • Advances in measurement and evaluation of digital health interventions
  • Conceptual and ethical issues in digital health
  • Big data approaches in the design, delivery and evaluation of digital health interventions

Where: Centre for Behaviour Change, University College London

When: 9th-10th April 2019

Further information: Early bird registration closes Sunday 17th March. Please visit the conference website (https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/events) for further information

 

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Event: 2019 Health Service & Population Research Summer School, King’s College London

What: The Health Service & Population Research Department has announced a new summer school programme including:

  • Economic Evaluation in Mental Health - 1st-2nd July 2019
  • Women’s Mental Health Research - 3rd-5th July 2019
  • An Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods - 8th-11th July 2019
  • Implementation Science Masterclass 16th-17th July 2019

Where: King’s College London (please check specific location for each individual event)

When: Various dates from 1st July – 17th July 2019

Further information: Please click here to view the event advert for further information

 

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Event: 2019 Richard & Hinda Rosenthal Symposium ‘Behaviour change to improve health for all’, Wellcome Collection London

What: 2019 Richard & Hinda Rosenthal Symposium ‘Behaviour change to improve health for all’ hosted by the U.S. National Academy of Medicine and the UK Academy of Medical Sciences.

When:17th January 2019, 09.00 until 17.00 (followed by a networking reception until 20.00)

Location: Wellcome Collection in London

Further information: The meeting is free to attend but booking is essential. For further information about this event, and to book your ticket, please click here.

 

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Job: Researcher (health behaviours), University of Oxford

What: Researcher with a Public Health Nutrition background to work within a team including the Consumer Goods Forum “Collaboration for Healthier Lives”, Public Health England and the Guys and St Thomas Charity to evaluate the impact of interventions to promote healthier food purchases across the UK.

Where: Health Behaviours team, University of Oxford

Further information: This is a 1-year full-time post. Interviews are expected to be held on 17th December 2018. Please click here to view the job advert for further information

Deadline: 12pm on 5th December 2018

 

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Job: Senior Research Fellow (Health Psychology), University of Nottingham

What: A health psychologist is sought to direct the development and iterative evaluation of a behaviour change intervention for individuals with chronic liver disease. This will involve working closely with national and international clinical and non-clinical collaborators, a digital technology company, patients and our Patient Involvement Group towards the development of brief digital intervention to promote lifestyle change. [job ref MED385918]

Where: Division of Epidemiology and Public Health, University of Nottingham

Further information: The duration of the post is 18 months. Please click here to view the job advert for further information.

Deadline: 26th Nov 2018

Event: Introductory and Advanced Courses in Dietary Assessment Methods, University of Aberdeen

What: The introductory course is offered prior to the advanced course with the aim of providing an introduction to the subject for those with more limited experience in the area. Knowledge of the subjects covered in the introductory course will be expected for those attending the advanced course.  Those completing the introductory course can go on to complete the advanced course in the same year. The advanced course is designed for researchers, dietetic and nutritional practitioners and those who would like to further their training in dietary assessment methods. Developed and run by the University of Aberdeen dietary assessment team, a group with a wide range of experience, the course is designed to be highly interactive. This course will bring together current knowledge and best practice on dietary assessment for nutrition research and clinical and public health practice.

Where: University of Aberdeen

Further information: Please click here for more information on the programme

Date: 20 & 21st-23rd May 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Job: Research Assistant and Research Fellow, University of Aberdeen

What: The Aberdeen Health Psychology Group is looking to appoint a Research Assistant (7 months) and a Research Fellow (12 months) to work on a project called “Improving methodology in the design, conduct, and reporting of behavioural smoking cessation trials: Three systematic reviews building on a current CRUK evidence review”. This project is funded by Cancer Research UK and is led by Professor Marijn de Bruin (University of Aberdeen) in collaboration with Dr Jamie Hartmann-Boyce (University of Oxford), Professor Susan Michie (University College London), Professor Robert West (University College London), Professor Shaun Treweek (University of Aberdeen), and Dr Neil Scott (University of Aberdeen).

Where: University of Aberdeen

Further information: Please see the job advert here for further information

Deadline: 26th April 2018

 

Event: Process Evaluation of Complex Interventions course, DECIPHer, Cardiff University

What: The aim of this one-day course, led by Dr Rhiannon Evans, is to provide participants with a working knowledge of the theory and practice of process evaluation of complex interventions. The teaching team includes authors of numerous empirical and methodological works related to process evaluation, including recent MRC guidance specialist Dr Graham Moore.

Where: Cardiff University

When: 26th September 2018

Further information: Please see the event website for further information or contact Zoe Macdonald (macdonaldz@Cardiff.ac.uk / 029 225 10094)

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