“Don’t be poor”: Collaborative approaches to health behaviour change interventions

  • 19 April 2023
  • 12:30pm
  • Canynge Hall, Clifton, Bristol, UK
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The University of Bristol’s Health Psychology and Interventions Group (HPIG) and the Bristol Poverty Institute (BPI) invite you to an afternoon of thought-provoking discussion on the relevance of poverty in health behaviour change interventions.

This event is for those wishing to explore the real-world context of health interventions and how we can better bring together our skills and collaborate across disciplines when designing interventions and conducting healthcare research to bring tangible benefits to those most in need.

It is open to everyone but is especially relevant to anyone working in health (research or practice, public health or policy), where behaviour change is a key part of an intervention. We also particularly welcome those with lived experience.


A fantastic panel of speakers will bring together cross-disciplinary expertise from health psychology, policy and public health.

  • Professor David Gordon, Professor of Social Justice, Director of the Bristol Poverty Institute and Director of the Townsend Centre for International Poverty Research at the University of Bristol
    Dr Michelle Constable, Chair of the Behavioural Science and Public Health Network, Head of Behaviour Change Unit, Public Health, Hertfordshire County Council
    Dr Roseanna Brady, Health Psychologist at Psychology for Health

For more information and to register please visit the even page on Eventbrite.