A single day event held on 22nd February 2023 in Birmingham with presentations, case studies and panel discussions relating to this year’s conference theme: using behavioural science to create healthy futures.
The number of people living with long term conditions is on the increase and increasing individual self-management is a key research area. This event shared best practice and innovative approaches in the self-management of long term conditions.
This inspiring session was delivered jointly between Jim McManus, Director of Public Health, Hertfordshire and Professor Falko Sniehotta, University of Newcastle and explored what health psychology can add to traditional public health approaches.
The pathway to becoming a registered Health Psychologist is not as defined as in some other areas of psychology. This event brought together speakers and students interested in embarking on the next stage of their career to share their experiences of completing Stage 2 training to become Health Psychologists through both the taught and independent routes.