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- 10th Nov 2021
Increasing court attendance in New Zealand with behavioural science
When defendants miss a court appointment, many things can happen. Most of these are bad.
- 22nd Oct 2021
Podcast: Antibiotic resistance, health inequality and the replication crisis
On Christmas Eve December 2020, the World Health Organisation named Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) and health inequities as 2 of the 10 global health threats to track in 2021
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- 22nd Oct 2021
Using a randomised controlled trial to test the effectiveness of social norms feedback to reduce antibiotic prescribing without increasing inequities
We aimed to test whether a social-norm-based intervention successful elsewhere would have an effect on GPs with high prescribing rates of antibiotics. We also aimed to assess the effects on prescribing for Māori and Pacific patients.
- 22nd Oct 2020
Reducing antibiotic overuse without worsening health inequities
COVID-19 has drawn the world’s attention, however, AMR was named as one of the top ten threats to global health by the World Health Organisation in 2019. The problem of AMR is not going away and urgent action is needed, with a recent report warning that 10 million people could…
- 13th Aug 2019
Bringing consumers to the centre of consumer protection
Regulators are definitely getting smarter in their use of behavioural science and empirical methods, and lessons are being shared across the world. But are regulators still two steps behind commercial players, and particularly with respect to ‘market predators’?
Sending money home