WHO Bulletin Special Issue on Behavioural and Social Science for better health

WHO Bulletin Special Issue on Behavioural and Social Science for better health, featuring articles from the members of the WHO Technical Advisory Group for Behavioural Insights and Science.

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  • Elena Altieri et al. (754) introduce this bulletin’s theme on the use of behavioural science in health.
  • Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (755) provides an overview of the ways in which behavioural science can be applied.
  • Gary Humphreys (758–759) reports on systemic approaches to safer roads.
  • Joyce Wamoyi talks to Andréia Azevedo Soares (760–761) about attributes of behaviour change initiatives in sub-Saharan Africa (Ethiopia).
  • Solomon Aragie et al. (762–772) study ways to change hygiene behaviours (India).
  • Rajiv N Rimal et al. (773–782) trial interventions to increase iron and folic acid consumption (Rwanda).
  • Catherine Decouttere et al. (783–794) explore vaccine hesitancy (South Africa).
  • Gavin George et al. (840–842) strive to improve programme effectiveness (Uganda).
  • Sara Flanagan et al. (795–804) report trial outcomes for family planning uptake (Uruguay).
  • Alejandra López Gómez et al. (843–844) describe the effect of emerging evidence on public policies.
  • Thomas Gadsden et al. (805–818) review the evidence for performance-based incentives.
  • Robin Schimmelpfennig et al. (819–827) promote behavioural change for health.
  • Rajiv N Rimal & Maria Knight Lapinski (828–833) describe a conceptual approach to the field.
  • Maria A Carrasco et al. (834–836) outline research opportunities.
  • April Monroe et al. (837–839) study the intersection of behaviour and control efforts.