Our next Breakfast Briefing will take place on Thursday 28th July 2016 from 7.30am-8.45am at NexusUCD, Belfield Office Park, Clonskeagh, Dublin 4. Dr Daniel Regan, Postdoctoral Research Fellow on the Change Team at ARCH, will be presenting on ‘Trust in Connected Health Behaviour Change Interventions’.
Behaviour change is complicated. Commensurately, interventions aimed at changing behaviour are tricky to both develop and implement. In the era of Connected Health, many interventions which have scalable and sustainable potential are, unfortunately, rarely executed well, and even when they are, often their effects don’t last.
There are plenty of reasons for this including: personal, clinical, educational, and situational factors. However, recent ARCH research has found that one of the key factors for adoption and use of connected health interventions appears to be Trust.
In this Breakfast Briefing, Dr Regan will talk about Trust as a key ingredient in the success of Connected Health behaviour change interventions, and will outline the importance of a bottom-up and in-depth focus on psychological and behavioural processes as a way to optimise Connected Health intervention development.
If you are interested in attending this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.