Evidence-based Behaviour Change


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Lancashire County Council: Road safety

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How do we reduce childhood road traffic casualties by engaging parents as stakeholders in the issue?

Although significant improvements have been made to reduce child road casualties across the UK, rates in Lancashire remain relatively high in comparison. In response to this, Lancashire County Council commissioned our team to develop methods of improving child road safety, specifically through the parents of young children.

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Department of Health: Health and Wellbeing

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How do we make the Change4Life campaign work for us at the local level?

Change4Life is a wide-ranging preventive health programme designed to empower individuals and families to change their behaviours in relation to diet and fitness. The programme focuses on tackling quality of life issues related to rising obesity levels as well as the cost implications for the National Health Service (NHS) and wider economy.

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Tower Hamlets Council: Child poverty


How do we make sure that services respond to the needs of vulnerable groups?

4 million children are currently living in poverty in the UK, and as public sector funding cuts start to bite, this problem is predicted to intensify.

Although the financial implications of severe low income directly affects quality of life, they also correlate with a range of barriers to participation, including alienation from services, poor literacy levels and low sense of self-efficacy.

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