About this group
The latest insights from behavioural science help us better understand all of the factors that influence people’s behaviour – that’s patients and the public as well as healthcare staff. This helps us create more sustainable healthcare by reducing inefficiency and waste.
Behavioural insights can often be incorporated within existing quality improvement strategies to positively ‘nudge’ people’s behaviour.
This SIG will provide a space:
To share behavioural insights evidence base, models and theories
To increase awareness of areas of inefficiency and waste that have the potential to have a positive impact on the health and care system through the application of behavioural insights
For Q members to discuss and develop ideas to introduce nudge-type interventions to their improvement work
Programme Lead for Sustainable Clinical Practice
The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare
- England - national
- England - Oxford
Cambridge Progressive Medicine.
- England - East
Project Lead, Q
The Health Foundation
Director of Quality Development Director RUBIS.Qi Visiting Senior Fellow University of Bath School of Management Visiting Senior Fellow University of the West of England School of Healthcare Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist 2gether NHS Foundation Trust Severn Wye Recovery College Lead 2gether NHS Foundation Trust
Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
- England - West