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Our research expertise

The main areas of research for the Health Behaviour Change Research Group are the development and evaluation of theory- and evidence-based health behaviour change interventions, across communicable and non-communicable diseases, and evidence synthesis of behaviour change interventions, with a view to using novel techniques such as Artificial Intelligence in collaboration with colleagues across and beyond Brunel. 

Our group contains experts in the following areas of behaviour change:

  • Development and evaluation of behaviour change intervention across a variety of health behaviours and conditions, such as physical activity, smoking cessation and diabetes
  • Applying behaviour change theory, such as the Behaviour Change Wheel and I-Change Models to intervention development and evaluation
  • Bringing together evidence on behaviour change, via scoping reviews, systematic reviews and meta-analyses
  • Mixed-methods approaches to understanding behaviour change
  • Using Artificial Intelligence to make sense of behaviour change literature
  • Using methods to elicit consensus in groups, such as Delphi exercises and conjoint analyses
  • Health communication
  • Narrative behaviour change