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CTEHR Seminar: Developing, evaluating and disseminating digital behaviour change interventions: Introducing LifeGuide software and the person-based approach


Event Overview

The Centre for Technology Enabled Health Research (CTEHR) are delighted to welcome Dr Leanne Morrision to present as part of their 2016 CTEHR external seminar series.

Leanne Morrison is a Lecturer in Health Psychology at the Centre for Community and Clinical Applications of Health Psychology and the Department of Primary Care and Population Sciences at the University of Southampton, UK  and has extensive experience of using mixed methods to develop and evaluate digital interventions to support a range of health behaviours and conditions.

Her main research interests lie in understanding the role of intervention engagement (particularly how it can be conceptualised, measured and promoted) and models for supporting the use of self-guided digital health interventions within public health and the community.


Lunch and refreshments will be provided. For more details and to register your interest please contact CTEHR Centre Administrator Helen Smith 

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Sep 27

Event Time:
Start time: 13:00
End time: 14:00

Event Location:
4th Floor Richard Crossman Building

Event Contact:
Helen Smith | ac2939@coventry.ac.uk