UNC Lineberger Cancer Prevention and Control Lecture

Something borrowed, something new? A talk by Camille Short, PhD, on how attention to engagement and dual process theories can enhance the efficacy of digital behavior change interventions.

When Apr 26, 2018 from 02:30 PM to 03:30 PM (EST / UTC-400)
Where 00-002 Joseph S. Pagano Conference Room, UNC Lineberger Cancer Center
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Something borrowed, something new? How attention to engagement and dual process theories can enhance the efficacy of digital behaviour change interventions.  

Camille Short, PhD, is a senior behavioral scientist and research fellow at the University of Adelaide in Australia, funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council.  She is interested in the optimization of digital behavior change interventions to enhance efficacy, with particular focus on advancing computer-tailoring techniques and understanding the role of user engagement. She is also passionate about improving physical activity support services available to cancer survivors, and is currently leading an applied program of work focused on the development and dissemination of web-based physical activity tools for men with prostate cancer in collaboration with Daniel Galvão, PhD, Prof Corneel Vandelanotte, PhD, and Suzanne Chambers, PhD.