'Judging nudging': masterclass in social norming in public health

Professor Mike Kelly, Director of the Centre for Public Health Excellence, will lead a masterclass at Leeds on 13 June, looking at the extent to which people can be 'nudged' into changing behaviour.

If people didn’t smoke, drank less, ate healthier diets and were more active, the huge burden of chronic diseases such as cancer, heart disease, and diabetes would be much reduced. The prospect of being able to nudge populations into changing their behaviour has generated great interest among policymakers worldwide, including the UK Cabinet Office.

Professor Kelly's masterclass will take place:

On:  Wednesday 13 June

At:   3.00-5.30pm

In:   Conference Auditorium, stage@leeds

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To register to attend this event please complete the online registration  form on the LSSI website.

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