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Séminaire : Health psychology research in Galway, Ireland: creating evidence for effective behaviour change

 

Health psychology research in Galway, Ireland: creating evidence for effective behaviour change

At this research seminar in Health Psychology, we are happy to welcome Jenny Mc Sharry and Milou Fredrix, researchers at the Health Behaviour Change Research Group (HBCRG), National University of Ireland, Galway. The HBCRG is a centre of excellence in health behavioural intervention development, evaluation and implementation, and the host of this year’s EHPS conference. They are here to tell us about their research and health psychology in Ireland.

Promoting a systematic approach to behaviour change: creating and using evidence at the HBCRG at NUI Galway”

Jenny Mc Sharry (Lecturer, School of Psychology; Assistant Director HBCRG)

During this presentation, Jenny will provide an overview of the Health Behaviour Change Research Group (HBCRG) at the National University of Ireland, Galway. The HBCRG aims to improve population health by developing and promoting a systematic evidence-based approach to health behaviour change research. Jenny will provide an overview of key activities of the HBCRG, including research projects, stakeholder engagement, and capacity building initiatives.

 

 “Exploring the effectiveness and implementation of goal-setting techniques in diabetes self-management interventions”

Milou Fredrix  (PhD student HBCRG)

Milou will present her PhD research within the area of diabetes self-management. Her work has specifically focused on systematically assessing the effectiveness of goal-setting interventions aimed at improving health outcomes in people with diabetes. Furthermore, she will discuss a mix of qualitative and quantitative research studies, targeted at exploring the implementation of goal-setting techniques within a structured diabetes self-management education programme.

Mercredi 27 Juin 2018

16h-18h

Salle Ennat Léger

Institut des Sciences de L’Homme

 

Free but compulsory registration / Inscription gratuite mais obligatoire: https://docs.google.com/forms/u/0/d/1pr3nA_4XqCFk2NL4DzTmiPOYVE1y530rA8l1Uu2YnPk/edit?usp=forms_home&ths=true


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