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Using Behavioural Science to Improve Our Responses to Pandemics: A COVID 19 Global Study – OR Society webinar

Using Behavioural Science to Improve Our Responses to Pandemics: A COVID-19 Global Study by Megan Crawford, Lecturer, Edinburgh Napier University on 27 May 2019.

Megan Crawford is working with the BehaviourWorks lab at Monash University. They are using behavioural science to better understand how the public is experiencing COVID-19. They aim to create an international, continuously-updated dataset to help governments and public health officials make better decisions in tackling COVID-19.

You will hear about information and updates on this ambitious project, which currently involves over 100 behavioural science researchers across the globe. You will also learn more about their collaboration with other large-scale COVID-19 studies, iCare and COSMO.

You’ll love this webinar if you have experience in, or are interested in:
• Behavioural science
• Forecasting
• Scenario planning or
• Organisational or policy research

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