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This page shows the latest nudges news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

So, you want Uber to take you to the hospital?

So, you want Uber to take you to the hospital?

This is not the best use of a health ‘nudge’. I’m sure we can all agree on the need for ambulances to respond to emergency situations, not ordinary citizens in

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  • Behaviour change that inspires healthy decisions Behaviour change that inspires healthy decisions

    Behaviour change that inspires healthy decisions. Push. Nudge. Carrot. Stick. Talk of behaviour change is rife at the moment, and nowhere is this more pertinent than in health.

  • New philosophies driving transformative healthcare New philosophies driving transformative healthcare

    This changing approach is also reflected in national 'population level' projects, like Change4life in the UK, which often use behavioural economics techniques to nudge people into leading healthier lifestyles so

  • Drug of choice Drug of choice

    Nudge and which I am now re-reading for the third time. ... The prototypical example that Thaler uses in Nudge is that of the director of food services for a large inner-city school system who, by virtue of her own school cafeteria

  • Things can only get better Things can only get better

    Although a lot of good work is being done by all of us in understanding the individual, building programmes that fit better into their lives and nudge them towards greater adherence,

  • Two behavioural change contract wins for Hamell

    Working with external experts from Cambridge University, Columbia Business School, and the UK government's behavioural unit, Hamell will identify, create and evaluate nudges and other behavioural change strategies to increase

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  • Nudge-nudge, think-think Nudge-nudge, think-think

    Nudge-nudge, think-think. Chris Ross examines the personal complexities of human behaviour – and explains why fun, emotion and peer endorsement could be key to designing effective behavioural change programmes. ... So how do we exploit it? Here are

  • How behavioural design is transforming the role and impact of life sciences in healthcare How behavioural design is transforming the role and impact of life sciences in healthcare

    When they do, having the capability to understand customers at a deeper level and then putting in place the right strategies to nudge people to make healthier decisions will be just

  • Stepping out Stepping out

    This is obviously important information for behaviour change, and interventions based on this understanding - nudges - can be very effective in changing short-term behaviour.

  • If a nudge doesn’t last forever, how do we ensure sustained behaviour change? If a nudge doesn’t last forever, how do we ensure sustained behaviour change?

    If a nudge doesn’ t last forever, how do we ensure sustained behaviour change? ... Even the well-known, creative nudges don’t necessarily change behaviour outside their specific context.

  • Managing medication non-adherence Managing medication non-adherence

    No one likes being told what to do, which is why most successful digital health solutions include behavioural science strategies in their toolbox, in order to cajole and nudge us into ... Successful digital solutions must therefore aim to nudge behaviour

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