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20 June 2019

WBIT- Behavioural Science Summit

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Last year the WBIT successfully organised the first Warwick Behavioural Science Summit. To continue the legacy, this year we are hosting the Behavioural Science summit on the topic of health and wellbeing. This is an opportunity you can't miss to explore how Behavioural Science can be used to improve everyone’s life.

Our speakers have diverse backgrounds, from academia, governmental institutions to industrial companies. Whether you are a Behavioural Scientist or just someone who's fascinated by Behavioural Science, this summit will be a wonderful experience for you!

The summit will provide you with different perspectives, from theoretical advances in Behavioural Science to challenges of bringing interventions to life. You will learn about contemporary technologies used to develop better interventions as well as how we can use the understanding of human biases to improve health outcomes. 

We aim to bridge the gap between academics and professionals, public and private sectors. Behavioural Science Summit provides an opportunity for everyone to hear inspiring ideas, form potential partnerships, find prospective employees, and discover new trends in Behavioural Science.

// With

Tim Chadborn, Head of Behavioural Insights and Evaluation Lead at Public Health England

Ben Holden, Clinical Research Fellow in Paediatrics & Child Public Health at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Oliver Payne, Founder of The Hunting Dynasty

Ivo Vlaev, Professor of Behavioural Science, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick 

Magda Osman, Lecturer in Experimental Cognitive Psychology in Queen Mary University of London

Kristina Kurtis, Research Fellow EQUIP Project, Faculty Research Centre for Advances in Behavioural Science, University of Coventry

Emma Norris, Research Associate on the Human Behaviour Change Project in the Centre for Behaviour Change, University College London 

Rebecca Beeken, University of Leeds, Leeds Institute of Health Sciences, School of Medicine, Faculty Member

// Where

UK Get directions »

// When

Thursday 20 June 2019, 09:00 - 18:00

// Contact
024 761 51643

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