Welcome to the RWBS podcast, where we look at how behavioural and social sciences are being used in the real world to help change the public’s health, for good.
Stu is joined by Em Rahman, Aoife Fortescue-Webb and Ashlee Mulimba to discuss Health Education England’s Behaviour Change Development Framework (BCDF)
It’s a tool to determine the best behaviour change training for different sectors and levels of Public Health, from receptionist to stop smoking practitioner. Click here to listen and hear how the training could support you in whatever area you work in!
Episodes feature Stu King, Professor Susan Michie (Director of UCL Centre for Behaviour Change) & Professor Jim McManus (Director of Public Health, Hertfordshire County Council). They discuss the behavioural science behind the guidance and best-practice on reducing the spread of the coronavirus. The multi-part 20 minute episodes dig into the real world behaviours we can all do to reduce the chance of both catching, and spreading the disease. They also delve in what more can be done on a wide and small scale, such as more use of social psychology and pro-social feedback.
Stay tuned for more episodes in the coming weeks!
Each month, Stu King (BSPHN Committee Member and founder & CEO of BeeZee Bodies) interviews professionals from the worlds of public health, academia and industry, who are using behavioural science to help change people’s lives. The RWBS podcast is recorded by the Behavioural Science and Public Health Network (BSPHN) to help spread the word about the great work going on around the world.
The RWBS podcast is aimed at people working in public health, academia and industry, who have an interest in how behavioural science is being used to improve health and wellbeing. We have had some great guests so far from across industry, public health and academia and from across the world…