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Behaviour Change by Design Annual Lecture 2018

The Behaviour Change by Design Annual Lecture 2018 will be given by by Dr David Halpern, Chief Executive of the Behavioural Insight Team, on "Applying Behavioural Insights to Policy".
When Sep 27, 2018
from 06:00 AM to 09:00 AM
Where Howard Theatre, Downing College, Cambridge
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David will be discussing how behavioural insights can be applied to policy, and the expansion more broadly of evidence-led approaches throughout government. He will share some of the Behavioural Insight Team's recent work, particularly within health policy, and introduce some of the new approaches being used within the team.

This lecture will be followed by a networking drinks reception.

This event is free to attend, please register your attendance here.

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