Behavioural Science and Public Health Network 2017 Editions

Spring / Autumn 2017

Articles relate to behaviour change models, antimicrobial resistance, oral hygiene, building capacity, and education and training.

Articles include:

  • Optimising the use of health psychology theory and methods for behaviour change
  • The current state of Health Psychology in Public Health
  • Applying Health Psychology to a Public Health Threat: Encouraging the Responsible Use of Antibiotics
  • Psychological Interventions to improve adherence to oral hygiene instructions in adults
  • Building capacity in the workforce: How can we best use education and training to benefit public health?
  • Adding value to health in Scotland: Big contributions from a small training programme for health psychologists
  • Moving towards a CPD Framework
  • Using health psychology to understand and drive changes in practice after education and training
  • Integrating health psychology theory and research with health education and training for adults with learning disabilities in healthy eating, physical activity and sedentary behaviour