SDT & Health Policy Workshop Post Script

December 7, 2023 by Arlen Moller

Reflections on Health Policy from the 8th International SDT Conference BY ARLEN MOLLER, BEN RIGBY, & EMILY OLIVER | DEC 07, 20231Illinois Institute of Technology; 2Newcastle University; 3Durham University On May 31st 2023, we hosted a participatory workshop titled “SDT & Health Policy,” at the 8th International Self-Determination Theory (SDT) Conference in Orlando, Florida (1)....

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Canadian Family Physician (CFP): On hidden psychological costs of virtual healthcare, A call to action

April 26, 2022 by Lemos Kelly

June 28, 2021 / Adam Neufeld, MD MSc In this article from the Canadian Family Physician (CFP), SDT International Scholar, Adam Neufeld, writes about the psychological impacts of virtual healthcare due to the global pandemic. Meeting medical needs is a hot topic in virtual care. Equally important but less discussed, however, are basic psychological needs....

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How can you motivate students to learn online in times of crisis.

August 12, 2020 by Lemos Kelly

April 12, 2020 / by Rashmi Kusurkar Self-Determination Theory acknowledged by Blog LEARN! as an important perspective in motivating students while online learning during a crisis. How can we support and motivate students to engage in online learning? Our research on self-determination theory offers some relevant insights which I summarize as  A – Autonomy, B...

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