Unlike organisational change management consultants we are experts in the behaviour of individuals.


Our approach to research is to embed research in educational evaluation so that, as far as possible, data is collected as routine evaluation.


Learn how behavioural science can help us understand and change professional practice.


We are behavioural scientists, health professional educators and health policy makers.

We know that behavioural science and health professional education have a natural synergy but that it is rare for them to work together.

We have three, interrelated, strands of work: research, implementation and consultancy.  Through these three, we get behavioural science into places where it can make a difference, we research what happens when people educate healthcare professionals and we influence health education policy.

The important questions

We work directly with educators so that our research asks important questions.

A direct pathway to impact

We use existing networks of educators and health partnerships to gather data and implement findings: we have a direct pathway to impact.

Creating the science of behaviour

We are multidisciplinary, global and committed to translating and creating the science of behaviour.

Making positive changes to healthcare

We create learning resources so that educators and healthcare professionals can learn about what drives practice and how they might harness that knowledge to make positive changes to healthcare.

Emergency Obstetric Training in Uganda

The Change Exchange consultants, Amy Burton, Fiona Gillison & Nisha Sharma, with Royal College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, UK and Kitovu Hospital, Uganda

Twinning midwives in Uganda

The Change Exchange consultants, Nimarta Dharni & Wendy Maltinski, with Royal College of Midwives, UK & Ugandan Private Midwives Association, Uganda

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