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Utilising Social Marketing Strategies to Improve Public Health Outcomes

2015-10-08T13:30:32+01:00

The application of social marketing principles to achieve specific behavioural goals has been a hallmark of UK public health strategy in recent times.The Utilising Social Marketing Strategies to Improve Public Health Outcomes forum will reflect on the progress made from PHE’s Marketing Plan 2013-14, and outlay strategies for the future through case studies that can be seen as having a direct benefit to society. Delegates will learn how local authorities are creating innovative campaigns to target underexposed sectors in local communities, grappling with more complex medical issues, and how government is continuing to legislate to support local and commercial initiatives. Details: [...]

Utilising Social Marketing Strategies to Improve Public Health Outcomes2015-10-08T13:30:32+01:00

2016 Marketing and Public Policy Conference

2015-10-01T13:31:10+01:00

The AMA's annual Marketing and Public Policy Conference offers a broad range of sessions highlighting the intersection between marketing and public policy. Participants include marketers, academics and public policy makers from around the world and they represent a wide range of universities, agencies and organizations Theme: Fostering Change for Communities and Society The Marketing & Public Policy Conference (MPPC) is the premier national and international event for marketing academics, public policy makers, and marketing practitioners interested in social and public policy. This year’s conference theme, Fostering Change for Communities and Society, highlights the ability of policy efforts to impart change at [...]

2016 Marketing and Public Policy Conference2015-10-01T13:31:10+01:00

The ASSET Pandemic Preparedness and Response Bulletin, “Share and move”

2015-10-01T13:06:12+01:00

The EU-funded project ASSET is aimed to bridge the gap between the scientific community and society in the field of epidemics and pandemics management. This approach was born within the Science in Society (SiS) Action Plan launched by the European Commission in 2001 with the main objective to foster public engagement and a sustained two-way dialogue between science and civil society and to build a framework for Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI). That means the setup of a policy driven by the needs of society and engaging all societal players via inclusive participatory approaches. The RRI framework is made of six [...]

The ASSET Pandemic Preparedness and Response Bulletin, “Share and move”2015-10-01T13:06:12+01:00

4th International Conference on Contemporary Marketing Issues

2015-08-31T13:08:17+01:00

The 4th International Conference on Contemporary Marketing Issues will be held 22-24 June, 2016 in Heraklion, Crete, Greece. The aim of the Conference is to thoroughly examine Contemporary Marketing Issues, stimulate dialogue and develop new perspectives in the field of marketing within the globalised cooperative environment. Topics include Ethical Issues in Marketing, Environmental Marketing, Non-Profit Marketing and Social Marketing. The deadline for paper submission is 14 December 2015. Read more

4th International Conference on Contemporary Marketing Issues2015-08-31T13:08:17+01:00

The 3rd International Conference on International Marketing

2015-08-30T13:41:08+01:00

The 3rd International Conference on "International Marketing in Asia Pacific Issues and Challenges (ICIM) - 2015" will take place in Coimbatore, India, on September 18th & 19th, 2015. The GRD Institute of Management and GRD School of Commerce and International Business in association with universities from US and UK will host a total of 12 Tracks. We invite papers for presentation and proposals for panel discussion related to the conference theme, "Globalization, Innovation, and Leadership", from scholars, business executives, professionals, and public policy makers. Every paper submitted should have a global/international orientation and must be scholarly in content. We welcome conceptual, [...]

The 3rd International Conference on International Marketing2015-08-30T13:41:08+01:00

Call for applications: Behavioural Insights Research Programme

2015-08-26T20:14:37+01:00

Open call for original research on behavioural interventions in health care. The new Behavioural Insights Research Programme aims to support research over a two to three year time frame that designs, tests and evaluates behavioural interventions that can improve efficiency and reduce waste in health care services in the UK. £1 million available to support a number of multidisciplinary research teams to generate new knowledge on how behavioural interventions can improve efficiency and reduce waste in health care services. Each project will receive between £200,000 and £350,000 for research completed over two to three years. The application is available on the Health [...]

Call for applications: Behavioural Insights Research Programme2015-08-26T20:14:37+01:00

BX2015 Behavioural Insights Conference

2015-08-21T14:38:43+01:00

London’s inaugural BX2015 Behavioural Insights Conference A cutting-edge two day event which brings together the world’s leading behavioural insights experts with policy makers and practitioners to explore how they can make better and smarter policies that matter. Highlighted speakers include Shlomo Benartzi, University of California, Los Angeles Rachel Glennerster, Poverty in Action Lab (J-PAL) Daniel Kahneman, Princeton University Dan Ariely, Duke University Robert Cialdini, Arizona State University Richard Thaler, University of Chicago Booth School of Business and many more. Read more

BX2015 Behavioural Insights Conference2015-08-21T14:38:43+01:00

2015 SPARKS Conference

2015-08-26T20:23:51+01:00

Presented by the Pacific Northwest Social Marketing Association (PNSMA) CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS The organizers of the 2015 Social Marketing SPARKS Conference invite proposals for presentations. This year’s event will be held Monday, December 14, 2015 at the Museum of Flight in Seattle Washington. We are looking for enthusiastic presenters that can share ideas and innovations in Social Marketing. What have you done that has pushed the envelope? What is the next horizon in social marketing? What new ideas or innovations would you like to share with other social marketers? Proposals for presentations are due Tuesday, September 1, 2015. Presentations should: Describe [...]

2015 SPARKS Conference2015-08-26T20:23:51+01:00

Teaching fellow position at UCL

2015-07-26T13:33:12+01:00

Passionate about Behaviour Change? UCL (University College London) Centre for Behaviour Change is looking for a Teaching Fellow to join the team A new part-time Senior Teaching Fellow post has been created to lead, co-ordinate and develop teaching and training activities at the UCL Centre for Behaviour Change (CBC). The CBC has a growing portfolio of bespoke training workshops and courses that introduce participants to the principles of behaviour change and demonstrate how these can be applied to a range of practical problems, from supporting change amongst patients and health professionals to planning and supporting change in organisations and communities. For [...]

Teaching fellow position at UCL2015-07-26T13:33:12+01:00

Postdoctoral positions at University of South Florida

2015-07-25T15:00:25+01:00

University of South Florida College of Public Health Department of Community and Family Health Maternal and Child Health Postdoctoral Fellows The University of South Florida College of Public Health (USF COPH), Department of Community and Family Health (CFH) is recruiting for two postdoctoral fellows to contribute to the department’s research and teaching needs in maternal and child health (MCH) and to become prepared for MCH faculty positions and MCH leadership positions at the national and state levels.  These are two-year fellowships funded through the Center of Excellence in Maternal and Child Health Education, Science, and Practice, with particular foci on research [...]

Postdoctoral positions at University of South Florida2015-07-25T15:00:25+01:00
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