The New Yorkshire & Humber and Northwest Behavioural Science Regional Hubs Webinar

The New Yorkshire & Humber and Northwest Behavioural Science Regional Hubs:

 Join the Conversation:  Joint Learning Webinar Invitation:

Dear colleagues,


You are cordially invited by the Co – Chairs of the Yorkshire & Humber Behavioural Science Regional  Hub: Professor Maddy Arden and Dr Grainne Dickerson and the Co-Chairs of the North West Behavioural Science Regional Hub, Dr Sakthi Karunanithi and  Dr Gunjit Bandesha to attend our respective hubs inaugural network event.

When: Monday 15th June – 10.30 – 12.00

Where: Online – link will be circulated nearer the time

Programme:  Attached  (subject to change)

Target Audience: Public health teams, healthcare providers & services, voluntary sector organisations, behavioural and social scientists,  those stakeholders with an interest in behavioural science approaches

Evidence Based Behavioural Science Approaches to Inform Coronavirus Support &  Management

For further information about the new NW behavioural science hub click here.


To register for the event click here:

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We’re recruiting 33 IAPT trainee psychological wellbeing practitioners and 33 IAPT Trainee Cognitive Behavioural Therapists.

Services are committed to supporting recovery for people with anxiety and depression-related problems, including people with long term physical health conditions such as diabetes and respiratory problems.

You can find out more by visiting our IAPT recruitment page for more information. On this page you can also see how to join us for our Virtual Launch Day 28th May 2020

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