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<h2>Workshop recordings and slides</h2> <p>The recordings and slides for this workshop are now available:</p> <ul> <li><strong>Morning: Determining determinant importance</strong> The recording is available at <a href="https://youtu.be/wbrJJz2F-Hk" rel="nofollow">https://youtu.be/wbrJJz2F-Hk</a>, and the slides have been added to the <a href="https://osf.io/meetings/ehps2019" rel="nofollow">EHPS 2019 OSF Meetings page</a>, and can be found through the first component of this project (see the left-hand panel in the project dashboard).</li> <li><strong>Afternoon: Optimizing behavior change technique effectiveness</strong> The recording is available at <a href="https://youtu.be/32YV_I6lC8k" rel="nofollow">https://youtu.be/32YV_I6lC8k</a>, and the slides have been added to the <a href="https://osf.io/meetings/ehps2019" rel="nofollow">EHPS 2019 OSF Meetings page</a>, and can be found through the second component of this project (see the left-hand panel in the project dashboard).</li> </ul> <h2>Workshop overview abstract</h2> <p>The overarching aim is to introduce cutting edge approaches to the selection or description of determinants and behavior change techniques in intervention development, analysis, and reporting. Note that this is a combination of two closely related workshops. They can be followed either as one full day workshop, or as two half day workshops. </p> <p><strong>Intended participants:</strong> (early career) behavior change researchers & practitioners who develop interventions</p> <h2>Morning: Determining determinant importance</h2> <p><img alt="CIBER plot" src="https://i.imgur.com/JXXl9p3.png"></p> <p><strong>Objectives:</strong> After this workshop, participants ... - … can work with an eclectic approach to determinant research - … have a basic understanding of how literature syntheses, qualitative methods, and quantitative methods complement each other in determinant research - … can apply the Confidence Interval-Based Estimation of Relevance (CIBER) approach to determinant selection - … can select determinants and sub-determinants as intervention targets and justify this selection</p> <p><strong>Activities:</strong> - An introductory lecture of ~1 hour - An interactive session of ~1.5 hours - Wrap-up with feedback on interactive session of ~0.5 hour</p> <p><strong>Product:</strong> Participants will produce a CIBER plot, either with their own data, or with an open dataset the facilitators will provide</p> <h2>Afternoon: Optimizing behavior change technique effectiveness</h2> <p><img alt="ABCD" src="https://i.imgur.com/ViRoyv6.png"></p> <p><strong>Objectives:</strong> After this workshop, participants can ... - … explain the relationship between determinants and behavior change techniques - … explain how evolutionary learning processes underlie behavior change techniques - … translate behavior change principles into practical applications - … fill and generate Acyclic Behavior Change Diagrams (ABCDs)</p> <p><strong>Activities:</strong> - An introductory lecture of ~1 hour - An interactive session of ~1.5 hours - Wrap-up with feedback on interactive session of ~0.5 hour</p> <p><strong>Product:</strong> Participants will produce an ABCD, either with their own data, or with an open dataset the facilitators will provide</p> <h2>Convenor and Facilitator details</h2> <p>Rik Crutzen (Maastricht University, the Netherlands) and Gjalt-Jorn Peters (Open University, the Netherlands) have published a number of articles on behavior change theory and practice. They have also developed a number of innovative solutions to facilitate the development of new, and analysis of existing, behavior change interventions.</p>
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