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- 19th Jun 2020
Britain’s emotional journey through COVID: Impact on wellbeing
It has been 5 months since the coronavirus pandemic upended ‘normal’ life and forced millions of people around the world to establish novel behaviours. The disruption was, and continues to be felt, in every area of our lives from relationships to work to physical wellbeing. But what does the latest…
- 20th May 2020
Improving NHS procurement with a behavioural procurement platform
Hospital procurement, a topic once confined to a handful of NHS experts, has now risen to national prominence with millions of citizens following updates on the procurement of vital resources needed to help the NHS combat COVID-19. We, at BIT, can now share the results of a trial we ran…
- 1st Apr 2020
Supporting employers and workers through the pandemic
While Covid-19 is primarily a public health issue, it also presents unprecedented challenges for both employers and workers. In this post, we set out additional suggestions for employers to support their workers during the main part of the crisis, based on behavioural insights.
- 19th Feb 2020
Making it easier to live a healthy life
We all know that it would be a good idea to eat more fresh fruit and veg and to cut down on Domino's Pizza and KFC. Yet faced with a choice between a delicious piece of cake or a raw carrot, our good intentions often go unfulfilled. How then are…
- 12th Jun 2019
Integrating health and social care: making it work for staff
Navigating the challenges facing local government
- 20th Mar 2019
Making work happier
Taking all things together, how happy do you feel today? Today is the International Day of Happiness. Since 2012, the day has celebrated the relevance of happiness for everyone across the world and the importance of recognising happiness as a goal of public policy. So, today, it is worth reflecting -…
- 7th Feb 2019
How can we support mental health patients on waiting lists?
One in three Britons will have a diagnosable mental health problem in any given year