We are looking for topic experts to join the behaviour change - technology-based interventions committee.
We are looking for:
Health care professionals with an interest in technology based behaviour change interventions, as well as people with a current academic knowledge and/or practical experience in both behaviour change and use of technology for health improvement. This may include the following:
- a GP
- a clinician or other healthcare professional who refers patients to use these technologies
- a clinical psychologist or health psychologist with an specific interest in behaviour change
- a commissioner of NHS technology based behaviour change interventions such as those delivered by text message, phone and tablet apps, wearable devices or the internet
- a public health specialist with an interest in technology based behaviour change interventions
- a developer of remotely delivered digital technologies designed to change behaviour to improve health
- an academic with specialism in digital or technology based behaviour change or experience in evaluating and interpreting evidence of effectiveness of such interventions.
- a provider of NHS, local authority or voluntary sector technology based behaviour change interventions .
Any questions? Contact Lise Elliott at Lise.Elliott@nice.org.uk.
How to apply
- Read information for applicants (PDF) for:
- role description and person specification
- expenses and how to claim
- recruitment and selection process
- We need the following documents:
- A cover letter, explaining how you meet the criteria in the person specification and your motivation for applying for the post.
- A short CV.
- Applicant information form - with details of 2 referees (word doc).
- Declaration of interests form (word doc) - please read our declaration of interests policy and supporting frequently asked questions, for guidance on what should be declared.
- Equality monitoring form (word doc).
Attach those documents in an email and send to PHMember@nice.org.uk.