Tallinn, Estonia

Design of Digital Services for Health Behaviour Change

online course
when 4 January 2021 - 15 January 2021
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 3 EC
fee EUR 350

Digital solutions can prevent and manage healthcare issues faster and more effectively both at the personal and societal levels. E-health innovations are proved to promoting health and behavior change in various health conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, etc. However, developing effective technological solutions for behavior change requires an interdisciplinary approach. While the competence of designing and selecting effective technologies is essential, that is still incomplete without an understanding of evidence-based behavioral change theories and techniques.
The course consists of a series of short theory lessons that provide the required background on knowledge of behavior change and the specific methods that can be applied by means of technological solutions.

See also video testimonials from online summer school!
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNKSNU50wtbOenqLMp1V8GOdiI3LkPpIC

Course leader

Vladimir Tomberg

Target group

The course is open for everyone who is interested in health, behavior change, and design of digital services. Any relative competencies are highly welcomed, but not strictly required.

Course aim

In this two-week course, various behavior change theories and techniques and ways of their implementation in digital interventions will be discussed and trained. Students will learn how to plan and design digital interventions for behavioral change.

Fee info

EUR 350: Fee for n0n-students.
EUR 300: Fee for students.