Join us for the Behavioural Research in Healthcare eXchange (BRIHX) seminar.

At the seminar, Professor Mary Wells will be presenting on: ‘Developing the HT&Me intervention to support women with breast cancer to adhere to adjuvant endocrine therapy: a person-based approach using the PAPA framework (Perceptions and Practicalities Approach)’

When: Wednesday 11th October, 10.30-11.30am
Where: Online plus in person at the St Mary’s campus, in the Porritt room on the 10th floor of the Queen Elizabeth Queen Mother building.  (Please be in touch with Gaby Judah ( if you will need help accessing the room which is through security doors.)
To join online: Please click the livestream link on this event page (

Speaker biography:
Mary is a Professor of Practice in Cancer Nursing at Imperial College and Deputy Director of Nursing (Research) at ICHT. Her own research focusses mainly on cancer survivorship, and she has experience and expertise in qualitative research methods and complex interventions. She is the Trust lead for developing research capacity and capability in nursing and midwifery.


BRIHX is open to anyone with an interest in behavioural science in healthcare, i.e. in understanding why people behave in certain ways, or trying to change behaviour (e.g. to improve health, healthcare, or patient safety).  It aims to provide an open forum for people to present research findings, or research in progress for discussion.  If you would like to present at a future seminar, please get in touch.