Corinne Hodgson

Author's details

Name: Corinne Hodgson
Date registered: April 21, 2008
URL: http://www.cshassociates.com

Biography

Corinne Hodgson is a Canadian consultant who works in the fields of online health promotion, patient education and empowerment, and the wellbeing of seniors. She trained in qualitative and quantitative research methodologies at McMaster University and the University of Bath.

Latest posts

  1. Review of behaviour change theories & strategies – Part 3 — November 2, 2014
  2. Review of behaviour change theories and approaches – part 2 — October 25, 2014
  3. Review of behaviour change theories and approaches – part 1 — October 19, 2014

Author's posts listings

Nov
02

Review of behaviour change theories & strategies – Part 3

The third and final installment of my three-part review of behaviour change theories. This section deals with newer theories developed by those working specifically in digital health, such as BJ Fogg and Nir Eyal. As well, a few curious findings thrown in to help you re-consider health promotion/behaviour change content. BehaviourChangePresentation_CHodgson_Part3 For a consultation, contact … Continue reading »

Oct
25

Review of behaviour change theories and approaches – part 2

Part 2 of my 3-part presentation on behaviour change theories for health promotion and behaviour change — particularly for digital health. ┬áIn this section, we’ll cover two very promising approaches that aren’t frequently called out in digital resources: the Health Action Process Approach and self-regulation theory. BehaviourChangePresentation_CHodgson_Part2 For a consultation, please contact corinne@cshassociates.com.

Oct
19

Review of behaviour change theories and approaches – part 1

Part 1 of a 3-part presentation on behaviour change options for health promotion and behaviour change.Anyone developing tools for behaviour change — particularly interactive etools or apps — should be aware of these theories.