All health and care staff have a have a unique opportunity to support the people they work with to make changes that can have a positive impact on their physical and mental health and wellbeing, as highlighted in several Scottish Government and NHSScotland policy documents (refs).
Our MAP of Health Behaviour Change Learning Programme is open to all health and care staff, and aims to provide learners with the knowledge and skills to be able to talk to people about behaviour change and to deliver interventions tailored to the individual’s circumstances and based on current behaviour change evidence. Watch the MAP Animation to find out why you should do this course.
Based on the Health Behaviour Change Competency Framework (HBCCF, 2010), learners will understand and practice using the MAP model of behaviour change. MAP stands to Motivation, Action and Prompts – the programme is delivered in three stages:
For more information and to begin learning, go to The MAP of Health Behaviour Change Learning Programme on TURAS, or search ‘MAP’ in the search bar.
For more information, contact The Health Improvement (Psychology) Team.
Last updated: 27/09/2020