Past events

January 2020

8 January: Dr Ellena Badrick, from Manchester Cancer Research Centre, talking about "Top Ten Research Priorities in Early Cancer Detection: a priority setting partnership between patients and healthcare professionals"

December 2019

11 December: Dr Mandeep Sekhon, from King's College Guys Campus, talking about "Acceptability of healthcare interventions (the development of a Theoretical Framework of Acceptability)".

November 2019

6 November: Dr Grant Punnett from Christie Patient Centred Research Centre at the Christie Hospital will be talking about "Enhancing shared decision making: incorporating patients’ goals of care and priorities when discussing treatment options"

 

September 2019

  • 4 September: Anja Wittkowski from University of Manchester Clinical Psychology.
  • 20 September: David French. Developing, evaluating and implementing complex interventions into healthcare settings: The contribution of health psychology

August 2019

  • 7 August: PhD student showcase
  • Jack Benton will talk about "Using naturalistic experiments to evaluate the impact of urban green spaces on physical activity and other wellbeing related behaviours".
  • Hannah Long will talk about "Qualitative research on women's experiences of having a false positive breast screening result.

July 2019

  • 25 July: Tracy Epton and Carolina Silva, from MCHP "Systematic review and meta-analysis of health care professional delivered weight management interventions".

June 2019

  • 6 June: Dr Jo Waller, from UCL, will talk about "Behavioural science and cervical cancer prevention".
  • 15 June: The MCHP team will be at the University of Manchester Community Festival.

May 2019

  • 1 May: PhD student showcase: Theme "Hard to reach / vulnerable participants"
  • Maha Al Subhi
  • George Kitsaris

April 2019

  • 3 April: Craig Whittall, from Policy@Manchester, "Increasing research reach" event with a slideshow about "Identifying audiences and opportunities for public engagement"

March 2019

  • 6 March: Dr Laura Brown, from MCHP, will be talking about "Supporting the sexuality and intimacy needs of older people living in care homes?"
  • 25 March. Dr Suzanne McDonald from Newcastle University wil be talking about "Key principles for the design and analysis of n-of-1 studies in health psychology"

February 2019

  • 6 February: Dr Alex Hall, from the University of Manchester, will be talking about the "Implementation of person centred assessment and support for family carers at discharge in end of life care: Changing clinician behavour and embedding practice".

January 2019

  • 9 January: Dr Kim Dienes from MCHP will be presenting her research. "Biological and psychological measurement of stress: how we can stress ‘stress’ in clinical and psychological health".

December 2018

  • 5 December: Nia Coupe, Laura McGowan and Steph Lyons will be presenting their PhD research on:
    • "Acceptability of a contract intervention targeting dietary change for weight loss in low socioeconomic population"
    • "Older adults understanding of the concept of sedentary behaviour: a qualitative study"
    • "Understanding breast feeding behaviour in women with a BMI > 30kg/m2"
  • 20th December: Dr Ari Haukkala from the University of Helsinki will be presenting his research on "Dissemination and understanding of genetic health risk information at the population level"

November 2018

  • 7 November: Dr Lisa Miles, from MCHP, will be talking about "Developing MRC guidance: Reducing bias in RCTs due to participant reactions to measurement".
  • 21 November: Dr Catriona Kennedy will be talking about "Computational modelling of behaviour change theories".

October 2018

  • 31 October: Dr Kate McBride, from the University of Western Australia, will be presenting her research "Exploring optimisation of participation in under subscribed cancer screening programs in Australia".
  • 17 October: Prof Alison Wearden, Prof Belinda Borelli, & Prof Suzie Skevington disemminated their research about cancer prevention to researchers at University of Manchester.

September 2018

  • 28 September: Dr Tracy Epton, Dr Elaine Cameron, Dr Afroditi Kalambouka, Jack Benton, Maha Al-Subhi, Vanessa McIntyre will be at Science Uncovered at the Manchester Museum talking about "How green space can influence health". Jack Benton will also be doing a lightening talk on the same topic.
  • 5 September: Dr Sarah Cotterill will be presenting "The effect of social norm interventions on clinical behaviour change in health workers: Protocol of a systematic review and meta analysis".

July 2018

  • 4 July: Dr Eleanor Bull will be presenting "The Teams Together Programme: A health psychology intervention to help healthcare teams implement new models of care. "
  • 11 July: Lisa Quintilliani from Boston University will be presenting "Digital approaches to health behaviour promotion anong underserved populations in clinical and community settings".

June 2018

  • 27th June: Manchester Health Psychology Skills Practice Group will be holding an event "Health Psychology approaches for working with people with Long-Term Conditions". Places are now all booked.
  • 16th June: Tracy Epton, Joanna Goldthorpe, Elaine Cameron, Christine Rowland and other students from the MCHP will be at the University Community Festival (located in the Manchester Museum) to talk about health behaviour change with the local community.
  • 7th June: Prof Chris Armitage will be at Cheltenham Science Festival talking about how to get new behaviours to stick
  • 6th June: Dr Tracy Epton will be presenting"The importance of exploring the effect of individual behaviour change techniques on behaviour: goal setting as an example"

May 2018

  • 2 May - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Lorna McWillaims from the centre will be giving a talk "Using lay health led interventions for the prevention and early detection of cancer".

April 2018

  • 4 April - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Joanna Brooks from the centre will be giving a talk "Using visual methods in qualitative research".

March 2018

  • 7 March - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Elenaor Bull from the centre will be giving a talk "The teams together programme: A health psychology intervention to help healthcare teams implement new models of care".

February 2018

  • 7 February - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Peter Taylor from UoM will be giving a talk "Self harm: myths and evidence".

January 2018

  • 24 January - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Geraldine Foley from Trinity College Dublin will be giving a talk "Qualitative design and grounded theory: Exploring and explaining healthcare experiences in palliative care".

December 2017

  • 6 December - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Rebecca Lee will be giving a talk "Assessment of pain for children and young people with juvenil idiopathic arthritis - development of a new mHealth multidimensional tool My Pain Tracker".

November 2017

  • 1 November - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Elaine Cameron from the centre will be giving a talk "What influences neurologists' prescribing of disease modifying treatments for multipel sclerosis in the UK? A mixed methods study".
  • 1 November - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Jacqueline Lavellee from the centre will be giving a talk "Porviding health psychology based behaviour change support to individuals with long term conditions: Perspecives from Stage 2 Health Psychology trainees".

October 2017

  • 4 October - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Prof Chris Armitage from the centre will be giving a talk "Beyond 'stop smoking, stupid!' New interventions to promote smoking cessation".

September 2017

  • 29th September - Dr Jo Goldthorpe, Dr Kiera Bartlett and Prof Alison Wearden will be at Manchester Museum taking part in the Science Uncovered event. See here for further details https://www.eventbrite.com/e/science-uncovered-manchester-tickets-37267533195
  • 6 September - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Joanna Goldthorpe from the centre will be giving a talk "Project managing an NIHR funded study: service redesign and organisational behaviour change in Oral Surgery".
  • 27 September - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm. Dr Sam Smith from the University of Leeds will be giving a talk "Patient decision making in the context of breast cancer chemoprevention"

August 2017

  • 2 August - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Rachael Powell from the centre will be giving a talk "Understanding and reducing post operative pain: A psychological perspective".

July 2017

  • 5 July - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Drs Jo Hart & Lucie Byrne-Davis from the centre will be giving a talk "Global Health psychology: volunteering, research and consultancy".
  • 26 July - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm. "Summer Presentation Session". First, we will hear from MHCP PhD student Isabel Adeyemi, who will talk about her work on ‘Exploring physical activity and sedentary behaviours in people with depression symptoms and physical health conditions’. Then we will hear from MCHP PhD student Farah Nadia Mohd Faudzi, who will be asking: ‘The effects of ageing attitudes on well-being and life satisfaction: does age matter?’ Finally, Alison Fletcher, who is the project manager for the N8 AgriFood programme in Manchester (http://n8agrifood.ac.uk/theme/improved-consumption-health/) will be talking about opportunities for MCHP researchers to get involved with collaborative cross-university research relating to improved food consumption and health.

June 2017

 

  • 30 June Dr Debbie Smith and colleagues will be running an event for the people of Manchester (adults and children of all ages) to help people gain a better understanding of healthy behaviour and how to achieve it.
  • 17 June - Dr Elaine Cameron, Dr Tracy Epton, Dr Kiera Bartlett and Prof Alison Wearden will be taking part in the University Community Festival.

  • 7 June - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Emma Stanmore from Nursing & Midwifery will give a talk "The development and testing of 'Exergames" - active video game incorporating evidence based balance and strength training to improve function and prevent falls in older people".

May 2017

  • 3 May - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Prof David French, from the Centre, will be giving a talk "Developing, evaluating and implementing complex interventions with reach: The contribution of health psychology".

April 2017

  • 5 April - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm. Dr Paul Wilson, from UoM Business School, will be giving a talk "Ten years of evolving methods in implementation research".
  • 26 April - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Thouless Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm. Denise Davidson, from FBMH Research & Innovation, will be giving a talk, "Strategies for identifying, planning and evidencing impact".

March 2017

  • 15 March - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Jennifer Murray, from Queens University, Belfast, will give a talk "How can physical activity interventions achieve behaviour change maintenance?: Effective behaviour change techniques and mediators."
  • 1 March - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm. Sally Taylor, from Christie, will give a talk "Developing an electronic pain monitoring system for advanced cancer patients".

February 2017

  • 1 February - MCHP Monthly Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Eleanor Bull from the Centre, will give a talk "Health psychology in action: from Aberdeen to Manchester with a little Mozambique thrown in."

December 2016

  • 7 December - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Prof Alison Wearden from the centre will be giving a talk, hosted by Dr Christine Rowland, on Predictors of cancer-related fatigue: a systematic review.

November 2016

  • 23 November - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Marie Carmen-Neipp, from the University Miguel Hernandex De Eleche, will be speaking about "Using solution focused communication to train health professionals".
  • 2 November - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Prof Janelle York, from the School of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Work, will be speaking about "Christie Patient Centred Research - developments and opportunities".

October 2016

  • 5 October - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Kiera Bartlett, from the Centre, will be speaking about "Engaging smokers who are not ready to quit: Design and development of a mobile phone app ".

September 2016

  • 14 September - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Lynne MacRae, from the University, will be speaking about "HRA Approval Process ".

August 2016

  • 31 August - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Mahati Chittem, from ITT, Hyderbad, will be speaking about "Women's experiences of high risk pregnancies in India: When culture meets biomedicine ".
  • 3 August - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Currie Moore (from MCHP), Laura Boundy (from the School of Psychological Sciences) and Kim Dienes (from MCHP) will be speaking about "How an ordeal becomes the norm: Home haemodialysis patients’ experiences of self-cannulation", "Intention or attention before pointing: Do infants’ early showing and giving gestures reflect evidence of a declarative motive? A pilot study" and "The differential impact of interpersonal and health related chronic stress on HPA axis functioning ".

July 2016

  • 6 July  - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Julie Mueller, from the centre, will be speaking about "The role of the Internet prior to a diagnosis of lung cancer: Does Dr Google promote early help-seeking?".

June 2016

  • 1 June - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Farah Mohd Faudzi, Isabel Adeyemi & Nia Coupe from the Centre, will be giving talks on "Translation and Psychometric Assessment of the Malay Anxiety about Ageing Scale ", "Designing an intervention to increase physical activity amongst people with physical-mental multimorbidity ;" & "The implementation of a pledge scheme to promote behaviour change in people who are overweight or obese: feasibility and acceptability of implementation in community settings " .

May 2016

  • 4 May - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Christine Rowland, from the Centre, will be giving a talk on "Tackling the theory and method of a high-risk, one-shot postal survey to a sensitive population " .

April 2016

  • 6 April - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Elaine Cameron, from the Centre, will be giving a talk on "Adherence to disease-modifying drugs in people with Multiple Sclerosis: a systematic review and thematic meta-synthesis of qualitative research" .

March 2016

  • 2 March - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Karen Davis, from the School of Nursing & Midwifery, will be giving a talk on "Improving children’s oral health: designing an intervention for children with cleft lip and palate using implementation intentions ".

February 2016

  • 3 February - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Nimarta Dharni, from the Centre, will be giving a talk on "Providing Information about Newborn Screening Antenatally (PINSA)".

January 2016

  • 6 January - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Chris Keyworth, from the Centre, will be giving a talk on "Risk communication: applications to disease prevention and management ".

November 2015

  • 4 November - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Prof Val Morrison, from the Bangor University, will be giving a talk on "Beliefs and Behaviour in chronic disease".

October 2015

  • 7 October - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Alison Wearden, from the Centre, will be giving a talk on "The relationship between sleep and fatigue in chronic fatigue syndrome.".

August 2015

  • 5 August - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Jenny Mc Sherry, from the University of Galway, will be giving a talk on "Establishing the Health Behaviour Change Research Group at NUI Galway ".

July 2015

  • 1 July - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Rachael Powell from the centre will be giving a talk on "The impact of psychological preparation for surgery on post-operative outcomes: A systematic review and meta-analysis ".

June 2015

  • 3 June - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Sinead Currie from the Centre will be talking about "The role of health psychology in maternity care: potential for collaborations with MCHP ".

May 2015

  • 6 May - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Felix Naughton from Cambridge University will be visiting the centre to give a talk, hosted by Professor Alison Wearden, title TBC.
  • 1 May - Prof Robert West from University College London will be presenting to MCHP as an internal seminar

April 2015

  • 1 April - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm. A double bill!! Dr Kiera Bartlett will talk about "Using persuasive technology to encourage physical activity in people with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (PwCOPD): A series of mixed methods N-of-1 studies" and Dr Kirsty Killick will present on "An examination of the community pharmacist’s role in facilitating patient self-management of cardiovascular disease".
  • 30 April - Prof Robert West from University College London will be presenting a School seminar at 4pm on 'The e-cigarette wars and how to lie with science' 

March 2015

  • 4 March - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm  Dr Chris Gibbons, an NIHR post-doctoral fellow at the centre, will be presenting, hosted by Dr Christine Rowland, title "The ATLanTiC study: making individualised quality of life measurements a reality for patients in primary care".

February 2015

  • 4 February - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Sharon Cook from the Unviersity of Liverpool will be visiting the centre to give a talk, hosted by Professor David French, title "Exploring the utility of the metacognitive model in cancer: An MRC Population Health Scientist Research Fellowship".TBC.

January 2015

  • 7 January - MCHP Internal Seminar Series, Turing Seminar room in the Coupland 1 Building 12-1pm.  Dr Nicola Gartland, a research associate in the centre, is going to talk about "Conscientiousness and daily stress: Exploring the effects on daily health outcomes".  Dr Chris Gibbons, an NIHR post-doctoral fellow, will talk about "Evaluating the Quality of User and Carer Involvement in Mental Health Care Planning (EQUIP): co-production of a valid and reliable questionnaire measure of involvement".

October 2014

  • 6 October - Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust Research Seminar Series: Professor Suzanne Skevington will be giving a talk on 'Quality of life and wellbeing in health and health care', which will be held in the Mayo, Seminar rooms 1&2.

August 2014

  • 4 August - Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust Research Seminar Series: Professor David French will be giving a talk on 'How to help older adults to maintain increases in physical activity (when most do not)', which was held in the Mayo, Seminar rooms 3&4.

June 2014

  • 6 June - Prof Chris Armitage is a guest speaker at 'Research Wellbeing: a symposium' 10am-4pm Humanities Bridgeford Street. The aim of the day is to create a space for interdisciplinary exchange, bringing together University of Manchester researchers who use the concept of well-being to present and debate concepts and implementations of well-being from different disciplinary standpoints. Speakers will discuss well-being research in their disciplinary areas, ranging from Philosophy to Health Psychology to Sociology.

  • 19 June - a “one off” seminar presentation by Prof Susan Michie at 4pm, lecture theatre A, Zochonis building. Susan is a very eminent psychologist, who has links with several members of SPS. Her title will be: “Using theory to design interventions: towards a Behaviour Change Ontology”, which will focus on how to link the contents of interventions (behaviour change techniques) to theories and vice versa.

April 2014

  • 28 April - 2nd May - Manchester Psoriasis Shout Out Week. Some members of MCHP have been taking part in the activities for Manchester Psoriasis Shout Out Week, check out this article for more information, and visit the website here. Follow them @PsoShoutOut and have a look at their videos on their channel on YouTube.

March 2014

  • 5 March - MCHP internal seminar
    External speaker Dr Alison Wright, Lecturer in Health Psychology at King's College London, delivered a talk on “Developing a community-based walking intervention for stroke survivors”.
  • 3 March - Stigma Seminar (UMRI)
    Dr Michele Birtel organised the first seminar of the project “Time to Join Forces: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Fighting Stigma”, funded by The University of Manchester Research Institute (UMRI).

    Stigma attached to mental health problems, physical illness or marginalized groups can greatly impact people's lives. We are inviting an interdisciplinary group of researchers, professionals from the local community and service users who will share their knowledge on stigma. Aim of the seminar is to raise awareness of stigma and its consequences, and to build a research group to develop interventions to challenge stigma.

February 2014

  • 6 February - School Research seminar
    Professor Daryl O'Connor from Leeds University will be speaker at the School Research Seminar on 6 February, 4.00pm, Zochonis Building. This will be hosted by Professor Chris Armitage, MCHP, Clinical and Health Section.

December 2013

  • 6 December - MCHP internal seminar
    One of our honorary members, Prof Alex Wood (Director, Behavioural Science Centre, University of Stirling) visited Manchester and presented a talk on “Integrating Psychology and Economics: How the Person Interacts with Socio-Economic Situation to Determine Health, Well-being, and Behaviour”.
  • 5 December - Health Psychology Journal Club
    This was one of the regular Methods sessions which focuses on a methodological issue or novel research method and how to apply it. Dr Kathryn Oliver discuss Social Network Analysis and how it can be applied to health research:

    Social Network Analysis (SNA) is not a method, or a type of data, but a perspective. The approach focuses on describing and explaining relationships (of any kind) between nodes (of any kind). It can be applied to qualitative and quantitative data, and has exploded in popularity over the last 40 years. It has been applied to health in a variety of ways, including analysis of peer-to-peer effects, viral epidemiology, and risk profiling. In this talk I will outline some basic concepts which underpin the approach, some common misconceptions, pros and cons of the approach, and talk about its applications in different settings.

November 2013

  • 6 November - MCHP internal seminar
    One of our members, Tracy Epton, delivered a talk on 'Developing and evaluating a theory-based online health behaviour intervention for new university students: the U@Uni randomised controlled trial'.
  • 2-3 November - ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council) event
    Mel Noke coordinated an ESRC event in the Museum of Science and Industry.

October 2013

  • 16 October - MCHP launch event
    The Manchester Centre for Health Psychology is composed of academic Health Psychologists and others working at the University of Manchester. The purpose of the launch event was to inform people about the research, consultancy and training that we Health Psychologists do; share MCHP's vision for the future of Health Psychology in Manchester and explore how MCHP can work together with the public to further their shared aims of improving health and wellbeing.
    For further details see: MCHP Launch event flyer (PDF, 81 KB)

     

    The MCHP launch event was held between 1pm and 3pm on Wednesday 16 October 2013 in the University of Manchester Innovation Centre (UMIC).

     

    Below is a collection of pictures taken at the event.  You can browse between pictures by swiping across the screen or pressing the arrow keys on your keyboard.

     
     
     
     
  • 2 October - MCHP internal seminar
    MCHP's Professor Suzanne Skevington gave a talk on 'Quality of life, health and inequalities' and external speaker Dr Kim Deines (Roosevelt University) gave a talk on 'The biopsychosocial model of risk for depression: Mechanisms of stress sensitivity'.

September 2013

  • 4 September - MCHP internal seminar
    One of our members, Dr Christine Bundy, provided a talk on 'Psoriasis - snapshots of the unspoken'.

August 2013

  • 7 August - MCHP internal seminar
    One of our members, Dr Richard Emsley, provided a talk on 'Cause, correlation and the evaluation of treatment-effect mechanisms'.

July 2013

  • 3 July - MCHP internal seminar
    Speakers Anna Chisholm, Jenny McSharry and Alison Wearden gave talks on 'Using behaviour change to inform medical education: The Tent Pegs study', 'Diabetes management in the context of multiple illnesses: A qualitative analysis' and 'The physical health of people with serious mental health problems'.

May 2013

  • 24 May - BCT (Behaviour Change Technique) taxonomy workshop
    This one-day workshop on 24 May was held at The University of Manchester and was aimed at participants who were new to the concept and use of BCT Taxonomies but who have an interest in investigating, reviewing, designing or delivering behavioural interventions.

April 2013

  • 19 April - School Research seminar
    Improving Sleep Health - the need for an interdisciplinary approach' by Prof. Ron Grunstein of the University of Sydney and hosted by Dr Simon Kyle on Friday 19 April, Turing Seminar Room, Coupland 1 Building.