September meetup: Using evidence for behaviour change innovation
The September meetup will feature talks from an expert panel focusing on the role of scientific evidence in behaviour change innovation.
6:00, networking and drinks
7:30, networking and drinks
Professor Mike Kelly, Director of the Public Health Centre, National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE)
Colby Benari, Organiser, District Health (formerly iBehave)
Professor Mike Kelly
Professor Kelly will discuss NICE’s guidelines on behaviour change and his vision for the role of technology in public health. He is an excellent speaker and will be sure to leave you inspired.
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) is a public body that aims to improve outcomes for people using the NHS and other public health and social care services. They do this by:
• Producing evidence-based guidance and advice for health, public health and social care practitioners.
• Developing quality standards and performance metrics for those providing and commissioning health, public health and social care services;
• Providing a range of information services for commissioners, practitioners and managers across the spectrum of health and social care.
Professor Kelly leads on the development of public health guidance. He is a public health practitioner, researcher and academic.
From 2005 - 2008 he was the co-leader of the Measurement and Evidence Knowledge Network of World Health Organisation’s Commission on the Social Determinants of Health. He has published more than two hundred papers in medical, social scientific and public health journals and is author/editor of seven books. In 2010 he was awarded the Alwyn Smith Prize of the Faculty of Public Health for his work on cardiovascular disease and alcohol misuse prevention.
Colby Benari is the new organiser of District Health (formerly iBehave)
Colby will discuss the future direction of the District Health meetup group and ways that you can influence its growth.
Other speakers TBC
District Health meetup group mission
Enable the achievement of game changing health outcomes by showcasing, encouraging and accelerating technical innovations that drive behaviour change and compliance.
Foster a community of companies and individuals interested in enacting behavioural change in the healthcare industry through game mechanics related behaviour change techniques.