The Caring Futures Institute supported the Australian Association of Social Marketing’s Adelaide Behaviour Change Networking Hub last month.
It was the hub’s first casual networking evening and attracted like-minded attendees from academia, SA Health and beyond to meet over nibbles at drinks at the West Oak Hotel, Adelaide.
Caring Futures Institute Better Lives research lead Professor Rebecca Golley spoke about how researchers at Flinders University are using behaviour change approaches to create self-care solutions leading to better lives.
It left attendees with a vision of what life could look like if families are supported to eat well and be active in the environments where they spend their time.
The evening finished with networking and over developing new year’s resolutions using behaviour change techniques to help make behaviour change more likely.
The hub is focused on connecting people in any field or industry with the common interest of behaviour change for social good.