Breadcrumb Home Multimedia David Halpern: nudging improvements in public health This content relates to the following topics: Public health Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Article information Posted:Wednesday 19 January 2011 Dr David Halpern, Director of the Cabinet Office's Behavioural Insights Team, spoke at Nudging improvements in public health, the last in our series of events about health and the Big Society. Related contentVideoBaroness Buscombe: nudging improvements in public health Baroness Buscombe, Chair of the Press Complaints Commission spoke at Nudging improvements in public health, the last in our series of events on health and the Big Society.VideoAndrew Jones: nudging improvements in public health Dr Andrew Jones, Group Medical Director at Nuffield Health. spoke at Nudging improvements in public health, the last in our series of events about health and the Big Society. AudioNudging improvements in public health: questions from the floor part one Taken from the third in our series of events on health and The Big Society, this audio features the questions asked to the panel as they discussed nudgeing improvements in public health.AudioNudging improvements in public health: questions from the floor part two Taken from the third in our series of events on health and The Big Society, this audio features questions on community change and case studies, health inequalities and the balance of legislation and action. Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Blog The NHS long-term plan: factoring in multiple risks A long-term plan for the NHS requires new thinking on how to address multiple unhealthy risk factors, as Harry Evans explains. Audio Healthy places: the link between your health and where you live A podcast about big ideas in health and care. Episode five: what’s the relationship between your health and where you live? Helen McKenna talks with Kate Ardern, André Pinto and Chris Naylor. Blog How can community involvement reduce health inequalities? Can community involvement in Morecambe Bay help reduce health inequalities that have existed over decades? Active project Mortality rates in the UK: why are improvements in life expectancy slowing down? With life expectancy lower and improvements in mortality rates weaker in the UK than in many European countries, we want to establish what's happening, why and what can be done to reverse these trends.