Has the fear and anxiety of discovering a diagnosis ever held you back from reaching out to your GP?

HRW Shift, our team of behavioural science experts have often seen procrastination as a pattern of behaviour when carrying out research. Individuals tend to delay and avoid tasks that are associated with negative emotions, such as fear or boredom; instead, we prioritise tasks that come with positive emotions.

Join Alexandra Petrache, Senior Behavioural Science Analyst and Oliver Day, Behavioural Science Analyst, both valued members of HRW Shift, our team of award-winning team of Behavioural Scientists, as they discover why we may procrastinate and what we can do to avoid this.

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If you particularly enjoyed this months episode, or have a question you’d like to be answered, please feel free to contact the Shift team on shift@hrwhealthcare.com or head over to the HRW Shift Twitter

To read our blog, ‘Introducing the Mooning Effect: The Ostrich Effect’s Dark Side, click here



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