Melbourne Centre for Behaviour Change – Conference
Title: Behaviour Change: Achieving Impact Using Behavioural Science
The Melbourne Centre for Behaviour Change (MCBC) is thrilled to host its annual conference – Behaviour Change: Achieving Impact Using Behavioural Science. The 2024 conference will run 26-28 February 2024, and will showcase keynote talks, masterclasses, and workshops delivered by national and international experts.
Monday 26 – Wednesday 28 February | 9am – 5:00pm (Monday 2.00pm start)| Register here to attend in person| The Forum – Melbourne Connect | Enquiries:
Melbourne Centre for Behaviour Change – Public lecture on burnout
Title: Defying Burnout & Thriving Through Change
The MCBC is thrilled to announce that Sophie Scott (OAM) will be delivering a public lecture on Monday 26 February titled Defying Burnout & Thriving Through Change”. Sophie’s “Defying Burnout” public lecture is a fascinating journey into the science of burnout as well as sharing her personal experience with the debilitating syndrome.
Monday 26 February | 5:15pm – 7:30pm | Register here to attend in person | The Forum – Melbourne Connect | Enquiries:
Melbourne Centre for Behaviour Change – National University of Singapore Lloyd’s Register Foundation Institute for the Public Understanding of Risk: The Risk Quotient Conference
The MCBC will also be co-hosting a conference on Thursday 29 February 2024 with our colleagues from the Lloyd’s Register Foundation Institute for the Public Understanding of Risk (IPUR) at the National University of Singapore. Titled The Risk Quotient, this conference will explore how everyday risks are entwined with broader implicating risks such as natural hazards and health. Specifically, the dialogue will revolve around how the intersection of risks can be approached through behavioural science, resilience-building, decision making, and risk communication to address different societal issues.
The conference will feature keynote speaker Professor Kathryn Bowen, Professor of Environment, Climate, and Global Health at The University of Melbourne and Deputy Director of Melbourne Climate Futures. To see a tentative conference program for the Risk Quotient, please click here. Registration information is available here.