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Improving People's Health: Applying behavioural and social sciences to improve population health and wellbeing in England
The BSPHN works with regional colleagues to establish and support behavioural science hubs across England. This work builds on the success of our first hub in the Midlands, funded by Health Education England. These hubs feature both face-to-face and online sessions along with access to virtual learning and support, increasing access to expertise, training, and the opportunity to collaborate and share practice across the behavioural science local system.
Current hubs include:Learn more