Curiouser and Curiouser
How encouraging curiosity can embed innovation in your organisation
This session looks at the advantages of embracing a learning culture; how making time for wider discovery can lead to better client outcomes and greater employee engagement. It offers an antidote to Google’s frictionless answers – an opportunity to dig deeper into a subject, an opportunity for serendipitous discovery – those wonderful moments when you stumble across something you didn’t even know you didn’t know…
We will look at research methods, including how to access reliable data and academic research.
For the second half of the session we will be joined by Daphne Metland, a medical journalist who runs Content Consultants a multi award- winning, international health editorial agency. The agency supplies tailor-made health content using behaviour change principles.
More about Daphne Metland
Daphne is a member of the Royal Society of Medicine, the Association of Medical Journalists, and the Guild of Health Writers. She specialises in behaviour change communications and has studied with BJFogg a behaviour scientist who runs the Stanford Behaviour Design Lab.
Daphne has worked on projects with the Ministry of Health in Dubai, The National Department of Health in South Africa, the National Center for Women and Children's Health in Beijing, and the Ministry of Health in Delhi.
She has developed behaviour change health messaging programmes delivered by mobile phone for projects in China, India, South Africa, Bangladesh, Mexico and Uganda which reach over 7 million people.
Daphne has presented at conferences and seminars including at the Global Digital Health Forum in Washington, at the Families +Social Good conference organised by the UN Foundation and at the House of Commons in London.
Date: 28 March 2019
Time(s): 8.15 til 10.30
12.15 til 14.30
Where: Earlham Hall, University of East Anglia, Norwich NR4 7TJ
The Masterclass will last 2 hours with questions.
Refreshments will be available. There is no charge for the Masterclass but you may like to consider a donation of £20 to Ormiston Families MPower project that supports parents who have had a child taken into care.