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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Aline Holzwarth. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Aline Holzwarth, often where they are interviewed.

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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Aline Holzwarth. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Aline Holzwarth, often where they are interviewed.

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Aline Holzwarth on Digital Healthcare

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How can Behavioural Science help get better healthcare outcomes?

That's the topic I'm exploring with my guest Aline Holzwarth. She's a Behavioral Scientist working in digital healthcare.

Aline is also the founder of Behavior Shop, a consultancy, as well as being a Principal at Dan Ariely's Center for Advanced Hindsight at Duke University.

In our discussion, as well as looking at health more broadly, we also explore what we can learn from COVID-19; how have the techniques being deployed to change people's behaviors worked? And what can we learn from them? Not just for healthcare, but in other fields.

Aline is also a writer for Forbes magazine and we explore that aspect of her career as well.

You can find Aline on Twitter: https://twitter.com/alineholzwarth?

A link to her Forbes articles are here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/alineholzwarth/#44964e6c797f
Jul 24 2020 · 59mins
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Ep 13. Digital Health (ft. Aline Holzwarth)

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Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker interview Aline Holzwarth on how behavioural science is applied to health and digital health interventions.Aline Holzwarth is an applied behavioural scientist, specializing in digital health research and scientifically informed product design. She is Head of Behavioral Science at Pattern Health and co-founded the Behavior Shop, a behavioural science advisory company. She also holds an appointment as Principal of the Center for Advanced Hindsight at Duke University.

Finding Aline:

Twitter (@alineholzwarth): https://twitter.com/alineholzwarth?s=20

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aline-holzwarth/

Medium: https://medium.com/@alineholzwarth/a-repository-of-aline-6e232b6084d9

Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/alineholzwarth/#21580343797f

Pattern health: https://pattern.health/

Links Mentioned:

The ULTIMATE behavioural science playlist: https://advanced-hindsight.com/blog/behavioral-science-playlist/

Center for advanced hindsight (Duke University): https://advanced-hindsight.com/

Janet Schwartz: https://www.sites.google.com/site/jaschwar/

Social sharing and social media effects on adherence to healthy behaviours: https://advanced-hindsight.com/blog/if-social-media-is-bringing-you-down-youre-probably-not-doing-it-right/

“Mesearch”: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/articles/200807/mesearch

“Accountabilibuddy”: https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=accountabilibuddy

Zachary Zenko exercise study: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27390185/

Laurie Santos and The Science of Wellbeing: https://pattern.health/marketplace/programs/science-of-well-being-laurie-santos

Questioning Behaviour Socials:

Facebook: @QBpodcast (https://www.facebook.com/QBPodcast) Insta: @questioningbehaviour (https://www.instagram.com/questioningbehaviour/) Twitter: @QB_podcast (https://twitter.com/QB_Podcast) LinkedIn: @Questioning Behaviour (https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8928118/) Music: Derek Clegg “You’re the Dummy” https://derekclegg.bandcamp.com/

Jul 13 2020 · 54mins
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Aline Holzwarth (Applied Behavioural Scientist at Pattern Health & Principal of the Center for Advanced Hindsight at Duke University)

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This episode is recorded in the midst of the Coronavirus lockdown and features Aline Holzwarth.
Aline is an applied behavioural scientist, specialising in digital health research and scientifically informed product design. Her training in psychology and business, and her experience working in research and healthcare have given her the interdisciplinary lens necessary to appreciate the complexity of decision-making in the real world.  

We discuss Aline's journey to Dan Ariely's research lab, where she works with illustrators, policy makers, and scientists to test behavioural research's validity in the real world. We look at the impact of the Coronavirus and lockdown, such as breaking down (sometimes decades worth of) barriers in healthcare and the longevity of the flip from in-person to digital interventions. Aline also shares some of her favourite examples of behaviour change in health, such as a simple change on a form leading to a huge saving.

To connect and learn from people working in behaviour change across academia, industry and public health do think about joining the BSPHN. You can join for £25 if you are working and £10 if not including if you are a student, so there is no good excuse not to join!

May 01 2020 · 1hr
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Episode 14 with ALINE HOLZWARTH: A Healthy Outlook on Behavior Change

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Aline Holzwarth is an applied behavioral scientist, primarily focusing on digital health research and scientifically informed product design. She is Head of Behavioral Science at Pattern Health, a platform for digital care plans which leverages behavioral science to help patients stick to their plans. She also co-founded the Behavior Shop, a behavioral science advisory company, and holds an appointment as Principal of the Center for Advanced Hindsight at Duke University.
Jan 07 2020 · 52mins
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Aline Holzwarth - Improving Healthcare with Behavioral Science and Technology

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In our latest episode, Aline Holzwarth joins Erik and Zarak to discuss the intersection of healthcare, behavioral science, and technology. Aline is a Principal at Duke University's Center for Advanced Hindsight, where she's worked alongside Dan Ariely for the past 10 years. She is also the Head of Behavioral Science at Pattern Health, a digital health platform designed to help people live happier and healthier lives. 

Topics include the healthcare industry's tendency to take an information-based approach, a common mistake that assumes by simply giving people information (Smoking = Bad) that they will find the motivation on their own to implement healthy behavior change. Behavioral science can help bridge that gap by designing products and services that get people from information to action. And in a world where the smartphone is increasingly omnipresent, digital interventions have huge potential for real-world impact.

Oct 28 2019 · 1hr 1min
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ALINE HOLZWARTH

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Singing pill boxes, gamification, 'pleasant events' and thoughts on the future of digital health with behavioural scientist, Aline Holzwarth.
Feb 24 2019 · 21mins