Designing and implementing behaviour change interventions to improve population health.

  title={Designing and implementing behaviour change interventions to improve population health.},
  author={Susan Michie},
  journal={Journal of health services research & policy},
  volume={13 Suppl 3},
Improved population health depends on changing behaviour: of those who are healthy (e.g. stopping smoking), those who are ill (e.g. adhering to health advice) and those delivering health care. To design more effective behaviour change interventions, we need more investment in developing the scientific methods for studying behaviour change. Behavioural science is relevant to all phases of the process of implementing evidence-based health care: developing evidence through primary studies… CONTINUE READING
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