BSPHN 2022 Annual Conference: Collaborating to Build Fairer Communities
Tuesday 8th February
Showcasing case studies of behavioural science and public health towards addressing, understanding and overcoming health inequalities.
Wednesday 9th February
BSPHN Discussion: Using Behavioural Science to address Health Inequalities (Professor Jim McManus, Professor Mike Kelly and Professor Falko Sneihotta).
- KELLY, M.P. & BARKER, M. (2016) Why is changing health-related behaviour so difficult? Public Health, 136: 109-116
- KELLY, M.P. (2021) The relation between the social and the biological and COVID-19, Public Health; 196: 18-23
- KELLY, M.P. & GREEN, J. (2019) What can sociology offer urban public health?, Critical Public Health, 29:5, 517-521
Thursday 10th February
Keynote Session: Beyond the Individual.