The Behavioural and Situational Research Group (BSRG) conduct research that examines how social and situational factors influence health risk behaviour such as smoking or high calorie snacking.
The results of this research are used to inform behaviour change strategies, such as quit smoking programs and obesity prevention programs.
|Stuart Ferguson||Cancer Council Tasmania Senior Research Fellow||Stuart.Ferguson@utas.edu.au||Publications|
|Julia Walters||Post-doctoral NH & MRC Primary Care Research Fellow||Julia.Walters@utas.edu.au||Publications|
|Natalie Schuez||Post-doctoral Research Fellow||Natalie.Schuez@utas.edu.au||Publications|
|Jodie Bower||Research Officer (Hobart)||Jodie.Bower@utas.edu.au|
|Mai Frandsen||Post-doctoral Research Fellow (Launceston)||Mai.Frandsen@utas.edu.au|
|Chiara Paganini||PhD Student||Chiara.Paganini@utas.edu.au|
|Tahani Saeedi||Master Studentemail@example.com||
For general enquiries, please contact the BSRG team by ph: 6226 1093 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
HBART is a flexible and comprehensive android-based solution for running Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA) research projects.
Authorised by the Head of School, Pharmacy
13 May, 2013