The Risks, Attitudes, Norms, Abilities and Self-regulation (RANAS) approach to systematic behavior change is an established method for designing and evaluating behavior change strategies that target and change the factors influencing a specific behavior in a specific population. In brief, it is an easily applied method for measuring behavioral factors, assessing their influence on behavior, designing tailored strategies that change behavior, and measuring the effectiveness of these.
Doer/non-doer analysis to specify the critical behavioral factors
This is a short text about how to conduct a doer/non-doer analysis, a method of identifiying the factors that critically steer a target behavior.
Design, Implementation and Evaluation of a Handwashing Campaign in Harare, Zimbabwe
A case study about handwashing in schools and households that shows the steps of the practical guide in action.