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Compliance and behavioural modification post myocardial infarction

This position, funded through a Digital Health CRC project, involves research to develop digital technology to foster behaviour change after myocardial infarction. The PhD student will engage with survivors of myocardial infarction to co-design novel, persuasive technology that supports behaviour change related to smoking / drug use, diet, exercise, and adherence to clinical guidelines and pathways of care. The PhD student will also contribute to develop digital implementations of novel neuroscience-based interventions for behaviour change, such as episodic future thinking and breathing-guided interoceptive awareness.
Essential criteria: 
Minimum entry requirements can be found here:
behaviour change; neuroscience-informed interventions; persuasive technology; diet; cardiovascular disease; goal setting
School of Psychological Sciences » The Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health
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Time commitment 
Top-up scholarship funding available 
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Physical location 
Clayton Campus
Danny Liew

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