Behavioural research

Our Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer (CBRC) seeks to find out why people behave the way they do, and why they sometimes behave in unhealthy ways.

We focus on behavioural aspects of cancer control and discovering how people can be encouraged to change unhealthy behaviours.

Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference 2017

BRCC 2017
2-5 May 2017
The Langham Melbourne, Southbank, Melbourne

We have a rich conference program with streams covering: policy and advocacy, cancer screening, early detection, communication, evaluation, Indigenous issues, lifestyle behaviours and interventions, psychosocial outcomes, prevention, and supportive and practical care.

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About the CBRC

Our objectives and priorities.

Updated: 07 Sep, 2016