Following the success of our 2020 and 2021 events, we are pleased to confirm the next annual conference will be a three day event taking place online between Tuesday 8th and Thursday 10th February 2022. This will be a series of lunchtime webinars showcasing the united efforts of behavioural science and public health towards addressing, understanding and overcoming health inequalities.
Tuesday 8th February 1.00pm-2.15pm: Showcasing case studies of behavioural science and public health towards addressing, understanding and overcoming health inequalities.
We will showcase four examples of behavioural science and public health in addressing, understanding and overcoming health inequalities in this webinar.
The deadline for abstract submissions has now passed.
Chaired by: Dr Michelle Constable (BSPHN Chair)
The BSPHN AGM will follow this event at 2.15pm-3.00pm.
Wednesday 9th February 1.30pm-2.30pm: BSPHN Discussion - Using Behavioural Science to Address Health Inequalities
Speakers: Professor Jim McManus, Professor Falko Sniehotta and Professor Mike Kelly.
Chaired by: Professor Vivien Swanson
A networking event will follow this event at 2.30pm for an hour on Wonder
Thursday 10th February 1.30pm-2.30pm: Beyond the Individual: Essential Components for Tackling Health Inequalities (Professor Dame Theresa Marteau) and Understanding the Contributions of Social Science to Public Health in Harnessing the Power of Diversity and Inclusion (Dr Joanna Semlyen)
We are thrilled to announce Professor Dame Theresa Marteau (Director of the Behaviour and Health Research Unit in the Clinical School at the University of Cambridge, and Bye-Fellow in Psychological and Behavioural Sciences at Christ's College, Cambridge) will be our keynote speaker with Dr Joanna Semlyen (Associate Professor in Psychology/Medical Education, Norwich Medical School) as our second keynote speaker for this session.
Chaired by: Dr Anjan Ghosh
Access to the Conference is via Eventbrite registration
Cost: Members = Free / Non-members = £25 (w/ year membership up to next conference) / Student non-members = £10 (w/ year membership up to next conference)
Please tweet about the conference using #BSPHN2022.
Conference posters featuring examples of behavioural science being used in local areas can be viewed here