Bupa UK Lecture - Behaviour Change in Large Organisations

Posted : 07 April 2017

Please join us for the first of our Bupa UK Lecture Series. This lecture is in partnership with UCL Centre for Behaviour Change.


Date: Tuesday 16 May 2017, 1730 - 1930
Location: Central London



  • Chair: Dr Paula Franklin, UK Medical Director, Bupa.
  • Prof Susan Michie, Professor of Health Psychology, UCL: Introduction to Behaviour Change Science applied to organisations.
  • Dr Luke James, Medical Director Bupa Health Clinics: Behaviour Change at Bupa.
  • Dr Paul Chadwick, Senior Teaching Fellow, UCL: The Behaviour Change wheel as a model for organisations.
  • Dr Rachel Carey, Senior Behaviour Change Research Advisor, Bupa/ UCL: Embedding behaviour change within organisations: Case studies. 

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The lectures focus on topical issues affecting healthcare with the aim to stimulate thinking and discussion. There will be a chance to ask the panel questions at the end of the session. This event is open to all and will be an opportunity to network with both internal and external professionals, a range of scientists, policy-makers and practitioners.



There are limited places available and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. 




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