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Clinical Educational and Health Psychology (F66)

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We undertake world-leading research and teaching in mind, behaviour, and language. It brings together researchers in a range of disciplines such as psychoanalysis, neuroscience, health, education, communication, medicine, behaviour and development. The Department is a vibrant environment for both study and research. UCL is the top-ranked university in the UK for research in Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience.

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Clinical Educational and Health Psychology (F66)

CBC Online Training Programme: Principles & Practice

F66 CBC International Training Programme: Advanced Module: Changing Behaviour In Systems

Description

Centre for Behaviour Change International Training Programme: Advanced Module: Changing behaviour in systems.

 

Behaviour is heavily influenced by context and the systems within which it is embedded. Greater understanding of how systems operate to influence behaviour can enhance the effectiveness of behaviour change interventions. This module will draw together principles of behaviour change and systems thinking to address behavioural problems within systems such as organisations and communities. Participants will be introduced to the principles of understanding behaviour in systems and how to describe and analyse this using the methodology of behavioural systems mapping.

 

Facilitators Professor Susan Michie, Professor Robert West, Dr Jo Hale, Dr Esther Flanagan and Dr Vivi Antonopoulou will deliver an online full-day session from 9am to 5.00pm focussing on making changes at systems level more effective.

 

Places are limited with the course strictly capped at 25 participants and require a minimum number of 10 participants.

  

For more information on the Advanced Modules, see here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

 

Please note:

Low, middle income countries (LMIC): to be eligible, participants must work for an organisation that has its administrative offices based in an LMIC, or be employed by an organisation and live in an LMIC. This includes university staff and students from LMIC.

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Low Middle Income Countries, Univerity, 3rd & Public Sector.£250.00[Read More]
2) Universities, 3rd Sectors, Small Enterprises & Start- Ups (1-49).£400.00[Read More]
3) Public Sector & Medium Enterprises (50-249).£500.00[Read More]
4) Large Enterprises (250+).£800.00[Read More]
CBC Online Training Programme: Principles & Practice

F66 CBC International Training Programme: Advanced Module: Influencing Motivation

Description

Centre for Behaviour Change International Training Programme: Advanced Module: Influencing motivation.

 

Facilitated by Professor Robert West, this online module will review and analyse theories of motivation to help participants design behaviour change interventions. It will introduce the integrative PRIME Theory of Motivation and show how it can support a broadly based, systems approach to intervention design.

 

The session will run from 9am to 12.30.

 

Places are limited with the course capped at 25 participants and require a minimum of 10 participants. 

 

For more information on the Advanced Modules, see here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

 

Please note:

Low, middle income countries (LMIC): to be eligible, participants must work for an organisation that has its administrative offices based in an LMIC, or be employed by an organisation and live in an LMIC. This includes university staff and students from LMIC.

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Low Middle Income Countries, Univerity, 3rd & Public Sector.£125.00[Read More]
2) Universities, 3rd Sectors, Small Enterprises & Start- Ups (1-49).£200.00[Read More]
3) Public Sector & Medium Enterprises (50-249).£250.00[Read More]
4) Large Enterprises (250+).£400.00[Read More]
CBC Online Training Programme: Principles & Practice

F66 CBC International Training Programme: Advanced Module: Introduction To The Paper Authoring Tool

Description

Centre for Behaviour Change International Training Programme: Advanced Module: Introduction to the Paper Authoring Tool (PAT), an online aid to writing up intervention evaluations.

 

Even highly experienced researchers struggle to write up intervention evaluations; and even published intervention evaluations often omit crucial information or present information in a way that is hard to interpret. PAT is a free online tool that provides users with detailed prompts to ensure that all the required information is presented and helps users to present it accurately. This module will provide participants with everything they need to get started with PAT and give them an opportunity to try it out with guidance from PAT’s designer.

Facilitated by Professor Robert West, this 1-day online module introduces PAT to participants.

The session will run from 9am to 5pm.

 

Places are limited with the course strictly capped at 25 participants and require a minimum number of 10 participants.

  

For more information on the Advanced Modules, see here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

 

Please note:

Low, middle income countries (LMIC): to be eligible, participants must work for an organisation that has its administrative offices based in an LMIC, or be employed by an organisation and live in an LMIC. This includes university staff and students from LMIC.

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Low Middle Income Countries, Univerity, 3rd & Public Sector.£250.00[Read More]
2) Universities, 3rd Sectors, Small Enterprises & Start- Ups (1-49).£400.00[Read More]
3) Public Sector & Medium Enterprises (50-249).£500.00[Read More]
4) Large Enterprises (250+).£800.00[Read More]
CBC Online Training Programme: Principles & Practice

F66 CBC International Training Programme: Advanced Module: The Human Behaviour-Change Project

Description

Centre for Behaviour Change International Training Programme: Advanced Module: The Human Behaviour-Change Project: using AI and machine learning to predict the outcomes of behaviour change interventions.

 

There is a huge and rapidly growing literature describing the outcomes of behaviour change interventions. Accessing the information, even in a limited way, is extremely expensive and time-consuming so most of the evidence is never used. This is partly because of the volume of information and partly the way it is reported. The Human Behaviour-Change Project has sought to address this by creating an ‘ontology’ to help structure the information and using this to train an AI system based on machine learning to extract information automatically from published reports and make predictions. This module will allow participants to gain an insight into the workings of the HBCP and discuss its uses going forward.

 

Facilitated by Professors Robert West, Janna Hastings, and Susan Michie, this 1-day online module showcases the work of the Human Behaviour-Change Project.

The session will run from 9am to 5pm.

 

Places are limited with the course capped at 25 participants and require a minimum of 10 participants. 

 

Please note:

Low, middle income countries (LMIC): to be eligible, participants must work for an organisation that has its administrative offices based in an LMIC, or be employed by an organisation and live in an LMIC. This includes university staff and students from LMIC.

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Low Middle Income Countries, Univerity, 3rd & Public Sector.£250.00[Read More]
2) Universities, 3rd Sectors, Small Enterprises & Start- Ups (1-49).£400.00[Read More]
3) Public Sector & Medium Enterprises (50-249).£500.00[Read More]
4) Large Enterprises (250+).£800.00[Read More]
CBC Online Training Programme: Principles & Practice

F66 CBC International Training Programme: Advanced Module: Writing For Publication

Description

Centre for Behaviour Change International Training Programme: Advanced Module: Writing for Publication.

 

This module will help researchers have a better understanding of how to get their research published in a peer-reviewed journal in the social and behavioural sciences.  Led by an Associate Editor of a Wiley Journal, this module will provide step by step guidance in writing for publication in a peer-reviewed journal from the Abstract to the Discussion.  The module will also focus on how to respond effectively to reviewers’ comments. Short lectures will be interspersed with group activities. The module will conclude with tips for using time wisely and being productive with writing outputs. 

 

Facilitated by Professor Leslie Gutman.

 

The session will run from 9:30am to 12:30pm.

 

Places are limited with the course strictly capped at 25 participants and require a minimum number of 10 participants.

 

For more information on the Advanced Modules, see here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

 

Please note:

Low, middle income countries (LMIC): to be eligible, participants must work for an organisation that has its administrative offices based in an LMIC, or be employed by an organisation and live in an LMIC. This includes university staff and students from LMIC.

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Low Middle Income Countries, Univerity, 3rd & Public Sector.£125.00[Read More]
2) Universities, 3rd Sectors, Small Enterprises & Start- Ups (1-49).£200.00[Read More]
3) Public Sector & Medium Enterprises (50-249).£250.00[Read More]
4) Large Enterprises (250+).£400.00[Read More]
CBC Online Training Programme: Principles & Practice

F66 CBC Training Programme: Advanced Module: Applying The Behaviour Change Wheel Toolbox

Description

Centre for Behaviour Change International Training Programme: Advanced Module: Applying the Behaviour Change Wheel (BCW) Toolbox in Process Evaluation.

 

The process evaluation module will consist of a set of webinars. Key content will be broken down into digestible chunks with time allocated to apply learning to learners’ own interventions and gain support on how to prioritise different aspects of process evaluation based on available resources. Example content covered in webinars will include “What is Process Evaluation and how does it relate to Outcome Evaluation?”, “Implementation and Fidelity” and “Acceptability and Mechanisms of Change”.

Facilitated by Dr Fabi Lorencatto and Dr Danielle D’Lima, this 1-day online module is a series of webinars focussing on aspects of the toolbox.

The session will run from 9am to 5pm.

 

Places are limited with the course strictly capped at 25 participants and require a minimum number of 10 participants. 

 

For more information on the Advanced Modules, see here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

 

Please note:

Low, middle income countries (LMIC): to be eligible, participants must work for an organisation that has its administrative offices based in an LMIC, or be employed by an organisation and live in an LMIC. This includes university staff and students from LMIC.

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Low Middle Income Countries, Univerity, 3rd & Public Sector.£250.00[Read More]
2) Universities, 3rd Sectors, Small Enterprises & Start- Ups (1-49).£400.00[Read More]
3) Public Sector & Medium Enterprises (50-249).£500.00[Read More]
4) Large Enterprises (250+).£800.00[Read More]
CBC Online Training Programme: Principles & Practice

F66 CBC Training Programme: Advanced Module: How To Plan Write Disseminate Effective Policy Briefs

Description

Centre for Behaviour Change International Training Programme: Advanced Module: How to plan, write and disseminate effective policy briefs.

 

Effective communication with policy makers includes researchers producing policy briefs which are brief summaries of research findings with key actionable and measurable recommendations. Policy briefs are a useful way to raise awareness of research evidence relevant to informing policy. Writing to influence policy requires a different skill set to those often nurtured and celebrated in academia, and thus, many researchers find the brief the most difficult policy tool to write.

 

Facilitators Professor Angel Chater and Dr Vivi Antonopolou will deliver an online half-day session from 1.30pm to 5.00pm focussing on making policy briefs more effective. This module will present advice with illustrative examples to support participants to write summaries of their research in a clear, succinct, non-academic language, develop a dissemination plan, produce effective policy briefs and consider how to measure their impact.

 

Places are limited with the course strictly capped at 25 participants and require a minimum number of 10 participants.

  

For more information on the Advanced Modules, see here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

 

Please note:

Low, middle income countries (LMIC): to be eligible, participants must work for an organisation that has its administrative offices based in an LMIC, or be employed by an organisation and live in an LMIC. This includes university staff and students from LMIC.

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Low Middle Income Countries, Univerity, 3rd & Public Sector.£125.00[Read More]
2) Universities, 3rd Sectors, Small Enterprises & Start- Ups (1-49).£200.00[Read More]
3) Public Sector & Medium Enterprises (50-249).£250.00[Read More]
4) Large Enterprises (250+).£400.00[Read More]
CBC Online Training Programme: Principles & Practice

F66 CBC Training Programme: Advanced Module: Linking Behaviour Change Techniques To Theory

Description

Centre for Behaviour Change International Training Programme: Advanced Module: Linking behaviour change techniques to theory.

 

There are many theories of behaviour change but little research explicitly uses them to develop interventions. One reason may be that the theories are not sufficiently precisely formulated to specify how to design interventions using theory. This workshop will describe empirical work aimed at clarifying the links between theory and intervention and introduce the online resource, the Theory-and-Techniques-Tool. This should enable participants to identify links between behaviour change techniques and theoretical constructs, making it easier to develop and evaluate interventions, synthesise evidence, test theory and foster collaborations. This should improve the use and usefulness of theory, improve interventions and our understanding of effective interventions, and advance methods for testing theory.

 

Facilitated by Professors Susan Michie and Marie Johnston, this online module aims at clarifying the links between theory and intervention.

 

The session will run from 1.30pm to 5pm.

 

Places are limited with the course strictly capped at 25 participants and require a minimum number of 10 participants. 

 

For more information on the Advanced Modules, see here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

 

Please note:

Low, middle income countries (LMIC): to be eligible, participants must work for an organisation that has its administrative offices based in an LMIC, or be employed by an organisation and live in an LMIC. This includes university staff and students from LMIC.

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Low Middle Income Countries, Univerity, 3rd & Public Sector.£125.00[Read More]
2) Universities, 3rd Sectors, Small Enterprises & Start- Ups (1-49).£200.00[Read More]
3) Public Sector & Medium Enterprises (50-249).£250.00[Read More]
4) Large Enterprises (250+).£400.00[Read More]
CST Training 2022

F66 Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) Training with Dr Helen Donovan Nov 2022

Description

This event is now full and a waiting list is in place.

 

Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) Training with Dr Helen Donovan

A 2-day online course

 

Thursday 24 November 2022, 9:00 – 12:00

Friday 25 November 2022, 9:00 – 12:00

 

Online via Zoom

 

What is Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST)?

CST is an evidence-based group treatment for people with mild to moderate dementia. It involves 14 or more sessions of stimulating, themed activities, based around more complex principles including learning theory and person-centred care. CST can be extended into a longer-term treatment and can be offered to a range of clients including outpatients and people in residential or day care.

 

What does the training involve?

Training is interactive, involving group exercises, role-play, and video observation as well as some ‘teaching’. It is aimed to equip people with the knowledge required to deliver group CST in their work setting.

 

Who is the trainer?

The training is led by Dr Helen Donovan, a consultant clinical psychologist who has held senior positions since 2004 in the NHS in Bedfordshire & Luton including developing and providing services to people with dementia. She has been involved in CST and Maintenance CST research projects with UCL and has extensive experience of supervising and delivery of CST groups, and providing CST training in the UK and internationally.

 

You will receive a booking confirmation upon registration. We will contact you closer to the time of the event with updates and instructions. If you have any other queries, please contact [email protected].

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Standard Rate (1-3 Places).£100.00[Read More]
2) Multiple Places (4-6).£90.00[Read More]
3) Multiple Places (7-10).£80.00[Read More]
Conference

F66 The Problems of Guilt Conference, Saturday 3 December – Sunday 4 December 2022

Description

This UCL Psychoanalysis virtual conference (3 – 4 December 2022) will present detailed psychoanalytic considering the many different varieties and guises of guilt, what occasions them, and their part in mental life from the cradle to the grave

Keynote Speakers:

  • Nicola Abel-Hirsch (British Psychoanalytical Society, UK);
  • Eileen McGinley (British Psychoanalytical Society, UK);
  • Fakhry Davids (British Psychoanalytical Society, UK)

 

Please note that tickets for the clinical seminars in the afternoon and evening of 2 December are only available to those who have booked a main conference ticket. Space is limited for these so early booking is advised to avoid disappointment. The clinical seminar groups are closed groups and attendees must have registered in advance. Please note that there is a possibility that you will be invited to present at the seminar that you have chosen to attend.

 

Booking for the main conference and clinical seminars will close at noon on Thursday 1 December 2022.

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/psychoanalysis/events/2022/dec/problems-guilt

Attendee CategoryCost   
Concession Virtual Conference Ticket.£70.00[Read More]
Standard Virtual Conference Ticket.£120.00[Read More]

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