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WE LIKE TO DISCOVER.

WE LIKE TO DISCUSS. 

And we like to do it all here. We’re always hunting for those nuggets of gold; those insights that stop us in our tracks and make our heads spin. Of course, whenever we come across these, we need to share them with you right away.

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Couch Blog

    
27/04/17 07:30 COUCH Medcomms

Creating compliant patient-generated content

  Whenever we need information on a subject, for leisure, work or health, the vast universe of online ...
 
     

Topics: Storytelling, Content Marketing, Patient Centricity

25/04/17 07:30 COUCH Medcomms

Why achieving health behaviour change is hard

  As anyone who has tried to alter another person’s behaviour knows, achieving the desired health behaviour ...
 
     

Topics: Behaviour Change

18/04/17 07:30 COUCH Medcomms

Why is health knowledge important?

  Just because we know we should behave in a certain way, and even when we’re aware the behaviour would ...
 
     

Topics: Behaviour Change, Patient education, Health Psychology

13/04/17 07:30 COUCH Medcomms

How prompts in e-guidelines can facilitate HCP behaviour change

  Without guidelines there would be no order in the world, and this holds true for general societal ...
 
     

Topics: Behaviour Change, HCP engagement

11/04/17 07:30 COUCH Medcomms

HCP behaviour change: theory vs. practice

  Many of the HCP behaviour change programmes designed today fall short of the mark. That’s not to say there ...
 
     

Topics: Behaviour Change, HCP engagement

06/04/17 07:30 COUCH Medcomms

The role of knowledge translation in HCP behaviour change

  Whilst it’s true that, generally speaking, patients are knowledgeable regarding their ailments and even ...
 
     

Topics: Behaviour Change, HCP engagement

04/04/17 07:30 COUCH Medcomms

How a lack of understanding of human behaviour affects healthcare

  Despite the multiple threads of research into patient behaviour change that embrace diverse academic ...
 
     

Topics: Behaviour Change, Health Psychology

30/03/17 07:30 COUCH Medcomms

Playing games is serious with medical education

  As any teacher will tell you, students learn best when they’re having fun, regardless of their age. In ...
 
     

Topics: Medical Education

28/03/17 07:30 COUCH Medcomms

Scientific meetings: Heading online for greater HCP engagement

  In the good old days, HCPs would refer to their extensive collection of journals and textbooks to refresh ...
 
     

Topics: HCP engagement, Medical Communications, KOL