Future meetings to be held are listed below. Further detail on the content of each meeting will be posted nearer the time. Anyone is welcome to come along.
Further details on previous meetings are listed below to give a flavour of our areas of interest.
2:00pm – Using the Behaviour Change Wheel to develop an intervention to support breastfeeding maintenance. Catriona Snodin, Division of Psychology, School of Natural Sciences
2:30pm – The opportunity presented by mobile to influence and monitor behaviour change in health. Ross Tuffee CEO and Co-Founder of DOGFI.SH Mobile
3:30pm – PRECIS-2 for designing trials. Kirsty Loudon, School of Health Sciences
4:00pm – Hydration, fluid balance and daily ingestion habits in young and older adults. Nidia Rodriguez-Sanchez, School of Sport
4:30pm – Close.
2:00pm – Format of future meetings. Ronan O’Carroll
Motivational interviewing section:
2:15pm – Effectiveness of motivational interviewing on adult behaviour change in health and social care settings: an overview of reviews. Helen Frost
2:45pm – Developing a competency framework for motivational interviewing: Why? How? Where? And what’s next? Elizabeth Cornwallis
Health behaviours section:
3:30pm – The Daily Mile Project. Naomi Brooks and Colin Moran
4:00pm – Recall of e-cigarette advertising and point of sale displays by 12-17 year olds and relationship to intention to use e-cigarettes in next 6 months. Catherine Best
4:30pm – Close.
2:00pm – Stirling Behavioural Medicine Research Group Update. Ronan O’Carroll & Julie Chambers
2:30pm – Developing evidence for behaviour change in pregnant and postnatal women. Sinead Currie
3:30pm – Nutritional labelling: Whose behaviour changes? Rachel Crockett
4:00pm – Anticipated regret to increase uptake of colorectal cancer screening (ARTICS): a randomised controlled trial. Ronan O’Carroll
4:30pm – Close.
Workshop: Secrets of writing successful behavioural grants
1:00pm – What are the key characteristics of a successful behavioural grant?
Brainstorm and sorting task in groups
1:30pm – Ninja secrets of successful grant-getting.
2:15pm – Spot the difference.
Compare and contrast funded and unfunded grant applications on a particular behavioural topic. Can you identify those that were funded?
2:45pm – The dark art of responding to reviewers comments.
Work in groups to address real reviewer’s comments – how does your response compare to that of the original authors?
3:15pm – Feedback and discussion
3:30pm – Close.
2:00pm – Overview of Cross-School Behavioural Medicine Research. Prof Ronan O’Carroll, Division of Psychology, School of Natural Sciences
2:30pm – Psychobiological functioning study of depression. Eimear Crowe Behavioural Science Centre, Stirling Management School
3:00pm – Developing an audio-visual intervention to improve adherence to chest physiotherapy in young children. Dr Emma France NMAHP, School of Health Sciences
3:30pm – Manipulating meal composition/timing to maximise retention of lean mass in older adults. Dr Oliver Witard HESRG, School of Sport
4:00pm – Close.
Other meetings and conferences
Singapore Conference on Applied Psychology: 14th – 15th June 2016 http://scap.ear.com.sg/
British Psychological Society Division of Health Psychology and European Health Psychology Society conference: 23rd – 27th August 2016
UK Society for Behavioural Medicine annual conference: 1st – 2nd December 2016
International Congress of Behavioural Medicine: 7th – 10th December 2016
Society of Behavioural Medicine annual conference 29th March – 1st April 2017