Susana Henriques, presents on moving education into the digital age.
Speakers discuss how to use available research and your own program data to communicate the effectiveness of recovery supports.
The UCL Centre for Behaviour Change is excited to announce the 6th annual digital health conference ‘Behaviour Change for Health: current and emerging science and technologies’ from the 06 -07 April 2020.
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is one of the most researched treatment options for Alcohol Use Disorder. In order to make CBT as accessible and effective as possibles, researchers have been investigating different versions and ways to deliver CBT.
The use of technology as a platform to deliver CBT has been an exciting project that researchers hope will make the therapy more available to people who require support.
Not without my Mobile Phone: Alcohol Binge Drinking, Gender Violence and Technology in the Spanish Culture of Intoxication
The practice of binge drinking has in recent decades consolidated what is known as the ‘culture of intoxication’ among young people of Spain. This has coincided with the increase in the use of mobile-phone technology and of social networks within the night-time economy.
Join us for the 7th Annual Clinical Overview of the Recovery Experience (CORE), a C4 Recovery Foundation event. Last year, CORE hosted 496 participants from 36 states from a diverse range of fields.
Contingency management (CM) is one of the most efficacious interventions to promote drug abstinence. Under CM interventions, desirable consequences such as goods or services are provided contingent on objective evidence of abstinence.
The UCL Centre for Behaviour Change (CBC), in collaboration with the UCL Institute for Digital Health, is delighted to confirm its fifth behaviour change conference.
The 5th annual CBC conference will invite academia and industry to present on health-related behaviour using digital/not digital and hybrid technologies.
This webinar will provide an overview of the U.S. opioid crisis and technical assistance models. Participants will gain a complete understanding of technical assistance and how it can assist providers in addressing addiction-related needs by utilising community resources.
Describe how technical assistance can assist providers in addressing the U.S. opioid crisis.