Universities: the power of behavioural science in the COVID-19 response

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This webinar was commissioned by Health Education England SE, in collaboration with Public Health England SE, the Behavoural Science Public Health Network (BSPHN) and a network of universities in the south east of England to address COVID-19 health protection among students at unversities. This webinar uses a behavioural sicence approach to address this issue.

  • Prof John Drury discusses: Using behavoural science to understand behaviours and reduce the spread of the virus
  • Dr Leah Jones and  Dr Dale Weston use a case study: Insights and recommendations from Durham University
  • This is followed by all Q & A session with delegates and the three speakers on: Overcoming barriers and exploring solutions

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Contributed by: Joanne McEwan
Authored by: Joanne McEwan, HEE SE, PHE SE, BSPHN
Licence: Creative Commons: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International More information on licences
First contributed: 10 June 2021
Audience access level: Full user


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