Novel coronavirus (65) Behavioural science and Covid-19

1 March, 2020

Dear all

I thought you might be interested in this blog, authored by a Prof of Health Psychology, Professor Susan Michie of UCL, UK. Prof Michie is the creator of the Behaviour Change Wheel- a method for intervention development to support behaviour change.

In it, Prof Michie describes how we must invest in behavioural science to help us to understand how to support the behaviours likely to slow spread of the virus.

https://blogs.bmj.com/bmj/2020/02/28/behavioural-science-must-be-at-the-...

Best wishes

Lucie

Lucie Byrne-Davis PhD CPsychol PFHEA

Health Psychologist & Senior Lecturer

Division of Medical Education | School of Medical Sciences | Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health

The University of Manchester

Tel: (+44) 161 275 1856 | Twitter: @luciebd | web: www.mcrimpsci.org

HIFA profile: Lucie Byrne-Davis is a Health Psychologist at Manchester Medical School in the United Kingdom. Professional Interests: Research into health professional practice, and the psychological determinants of change in practice. lucie.byrne-davis AT manchester.ac.uk