The Stepped Care Approach to Mental Health: How to build digital tools to tackle workplace stigma
A stepped care model can help employees get the mental health support they need, while making employee assistance programs more efficient.
Confidentiality Within the Workplace: The importance of psychological safety for employee assistance programs
Improving privacy policies for workplace mental health services can increase program uptake, benefitting employees and employers alike.
Personalized Nudges Aren’t Just for Patients; They’re for Clinicians Too
Going overboard on nudges can contribute to physician burnout. Could personalization help improve clinician judgment without the drawbacks?
Nudges Aren’t One-Size-Fits-All. Here’s How Personalizing Them Could Change Health Care
Personalizing nudges in health care could help get patients more engaged with their own care, and facilitate behavior change.
How Loss Aversion Affects Our Perceptions of Weight
Loss aversion, a foundational concept in behavioral science, is key to how we approach money. Does it also affect how we think about weight?
TDL Brief: Listening to Experts
From the time we are children, we are told to listen to experts. These figures of authority usually begin as our parents, but as we grow up, they become teachers, industry experts, scientists and policy makers. When we are unsure of how to behave, we look to experts to nudge us in the right direction.