BSPHN 2024 Annual Conference: Using Behavioural Science to Address Shared Challenges for Prevention

February 2024

A single day event held on 20th February 2024 in Liverpool with presentations, panel discussions and workshops relating to this year’s conference theme: using behavioural science to address shared challenges for prevention.

Poster Submissions

  1. Public health interventions for alcohol, tobacco, and ultra-processed food consumption in lower socioeconomic position groups: A critical umbrella review
  2. Combining Apps with Incentives to elicit healthy behaviour change
  3. Ipswich parkrun: Using behavioural science to inform sustainable preventative strategies that challenge health inequalities
  4. Breaking Down Barriers: Behavioural Interventions to Support Health Professionals in Offering Referrals to Stop Smoking Services
  5. Factors influencing midwives' conversations about smoking and referral to specialist support; a qualitative study informed by the Theoretical Domains Framework
  6. Exploring the facilitators and barriers for food business owners to adopt healthier and more sustainable food practices: A quantitative study
  7. Identifying and characterising digital behaviour change interventions to improve fruit and vegetable intake in low-socioeconomic status primary school children: A Systematic Review
  8. A Behavioural Science Approach to Improving the Discharge to Assess Service in Hertfordshire
  9. Building on our local behavioural insights: Parental response to local developments in the NCMP implementation
  10. A rapid review and behavioural analysis of factors influencing prescribing for neurodegenerative diseases
  11. The factors associated with uptake of diabetes self-management education and support: A systematic review
  12. 'It's like a metronome in my life' – Exploring the Impact of Fitness Trackers in Weight Management Interventions
  13. Diet and physical activity interventions for people from ethnic minority backgrounds in the UK: A scoping review exploring barriers, enablers, and cultural adaptations
  14. Reducing demand for illicit substances in young people through coproduction, skills training and early intervention
  15. Keeping Wales Safe: COVID-19 Behaviours
  16. Behavioural Science Cancer Screening Project Nudge the Odds
  17. Beyond One-Size-Fits-All: Person-centred weight management across communities
  18. Community engagement to inform a behaviour change intervention exploring attitudes of professionals working in GP practices to have culturally informed MMR vaccine conversations with Romanian Community – A work in progress
  19. Using Behavioural Science to Increase Influenza Vaccination Uptake in 2 Year Old Children in Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board


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BSPHN 2024 Conference Highlights
Ashley Gould – Behavioural Science & Public Health: certainty, complexity, contexity
Professor Matt Ashton & Sue Cumming – Tackling health inequalities using behavioural science: Big hype or big hope?
Sir Michael Marmot – Social justice and health equity
In Conversation With Sir Michael Marmot, Professor Matt Ashton, Sue Cumming Ashley Gould and Professor Jim Mcmanus – Panel Discussion