Our Achieving Behaviour Change toolkit is a practical guide to support people working in health and social care to develop and run their own behaviour change project. This evidence based toolkit contains templates, tips and advice, and has been designed to be used alongside the one day ABC for Patient Safety training workshops.
The Achieving Behaviour Change Toolkit was designed and developed by Dr Natalie Taylor in 2013 as part of a research programme funded by the Yorkshire and Humber Health Innovation and Education Cluster. The toolkit has been based on learning from this successful programme which used behaviour change theory to support the implementation of patient safety guidelines.
The toolkit comprises an instruction manual and resources to support each of the six steps. We recommend that users read the instruction manual and each step of the toolkit before starting their own project.
The instruction manual for the toolkit is available here
Further support is available to participants who attend our one-day ABC training workshop. For details of the next workshop check our upcoming training and events.
This video outlines the challenges of achieving behaviour change and introduces the methodology behind the ABC toolkit.
The best way of demonstrating the feasibility and effectiveness of this approach is through example: