About this Research Topic
Abstracts from the 2nd Behaviour Change Conference: Digital Health and Wellbeing are available here
Digital technology offers the potential to enable and support behaviour change related to an individual’s health and wellbeing. This Research Topic brings together behaviour change science, health, and technology expertise across disciplines and is of relevance to all those interested in developing and evaluating digital interventions and products. The Topic is in association with the UCL Centre for Behaviour Change and UCL Institute of Digital Health’s 2nd Behaviour Change Conference, held 24-5 February 2016 in London, UK. Themes include (but are not restricted to): using behaviour change theory to create high-quality interventions and products; the importance of multi-disciplinary approaches to digital health and wellbeing; global digital health across low, middle and high income countries; new trends in wearable and sensor technology; and facilitators and barriers in developer/industry partnerships. Authors who did not participate in the conference are welcome to submit their work for review.