- We work with project teams, translating behavioural science to make their project more likely to achieve its aims.
- We take a robust approach to data collection so that we can help people understand the behavioural underpinnings of their projects.
- We leave a ‘behavioural approach’ legacy with projects
- Findings from the Change Exchange are pooled to answer underpinning questions about what drives the practice of healthcare professionals.
- We use mixed methods, action research and user-involvement approaches where feasible.
- Our scientific starting points are
- Behaviour is both automatic and reflective
- Action and coping planning are not often used in education and might help educators bring about change in practice.
Grants for The Change Exchange
Tropical Health & Education Trust and the NHS Global Health Exchange: Strengthening Health Partnerships using Behavioural Science January 2016 – February 2017
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If you are interested in working with the change exchange please email firstname.lastname@example.org