We want people to live long, happy lives. But around the world, healthcare systems face similar pressures: from ageing populations to antimicrobial resistance.
Working closely with partners such as Public Health England, the UK’s National Health Service and the Ministry of Health in Singapore, we use behavioural insights to improve policy and systems. We find ways to encourage people to make healthier choices for themselves, and make the healthcare they rely on more accessible and affordable.
As the top contributors to years of life lost are behavioural, we must tackle these issues to achieve our goals.
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