The ukactive National Summit is a conference that brings together policy-makers, service providers, service commissioners, practitioners, business leaders and researchers to explore how different sectors can work together to get more people, more active, more often.
Getting people moving more has a critical role to play in putting prevention at the heart of healthcare. A whole range of digital technologies have the potential to help people be more active, but realising this potential depends on understanding what really works to change people’s behaviour.
We’re delighted to be hosting a policy dialogue and breakout session at the ukactive National Summit on Delivering the ambitions of the prevention green paper: are incentives, messaging and behaviour change principles getting people moving? Some of our fellows and feasibility grant holders will also be presenting their recent research and discussing with delegates the implications of their work for policy and practice.
This policy dialogue is funded by UCL Public Policy through EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account award EP/R511638/1