Brief Communication Interventions in Evidence-Based Behaviour Change:
A Population Health Approach
Time and money are a limited resource in efforts to achieve public health behaviour change. This workshop will examine how effective brief communication interventions can be developed based on theories of health behaviour change. We will also examine strategies to economically and efficiently disseminate brief communications across whole-populations, such as schools or local communities.
Who should attend: This event is a fantastic opportunity for anyone working in a prevention or a health promotion setting including those developing community programs, primary care partnership members, allied health workers and government/not for profit agencies seeking to encourage population level behaviour change. Flyer