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Behaviour Change for Beginners: How understanding human behaviour can help you to create research impact

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Behaviour change for beginners

Have you ever tried to do something differently?

Maybe it was running three times a week or eating better. Or maybe, it was to try to influence someone to change their behaviour. It’s hard, right?

​​​​​​​We often believe that we just have to change others’ knowledge and they will want to do the right thing. They will want to use our research because we’ve told them it’s effective and will stop people dying. They will want to fund our project because we’ve told them why it’s important. But it doesn’t always work. And here’s why, our behaviour isn’t driven by knowledge. It’s way more complex.

THIS FREE WEBINAR WILL SHOW YOU
Simple theories that will help you understand human behaviour so that you can influence for impact.
Step-by -step process for how to think about behaviour in a way that makes sense to you. You don't need to be a psychologist.
How you can embed this process into how you work everyday so that is becomes natural and not forced.
Our Guest Speaker
Dr. Amanda McCullough

Dr Amanda McCullough was the 2017 Bupa Health Foundation Emerging Researcher of the Year. She has an unwavering curiosity about why we do what we do and how to change it. She works with clients in the healthcare and higher education sectors to support them to solve complex cultural issues. She brings together 9 years of experience in behaviour change research, with her qualifications in coaching and Higher Education teaching to support others to reach their potential.

Webinar Host
Dr Tamika Heiden
Principal, Knowledge Translation Australia
Tamika Heiden has dedicated the last five years of her career to impact pathways through knowledge translation and the identification and assessment of research impact. Tamika is passionate about making a difference and delivering projects that create significant and lasting change for her clients.
Tamika’s more than a decade of career experience as a researcher and research manager in the fields of health, sport and medical research, along with her formal qualifications in knowledge translation and impact make her one of the few specialists that doesn’t just talk the talk. Tamika enjoys helping her clients to form partnerships, develop impact plans, and be rewarded for their efforts.
Tamika founded and hosted the annual online Research Impact Summit.
Tamika's passion for impact, along with the summit success, led to her becoming known as  the “Australian powerhouse of Research Impact”, and resulted in her winning the 2018 Knowledge Mobilization Forum award for Innovation. With a 4000 strong audience representing 47 countries, Tamika has interviewed more than fifty experts in the fields of stakeholder engagement, translation and implementation, and research impact.

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