Dr Steph Dugdale

School of Psychology

Degrees

2019, Staffordshire University, UK, Professional Doctorate in Health Psychology
2014, Liverpool John Moores University, UK, MSc Health Psychology
2013, University of Manchester, UK, BSc (Hons) Psychology

Academic appointments

Lecturer, Psychology, Liverpool John Moores University, 2021 - present

Journal article

Dugdale S, Elison-Davies S, Semper H, Ward J, Davies G. 2019. Are Computer-Based Treatment Programs Effective at Reducing Symptoms of Substance Misuse and Mental Health Difficulties Within Adults? A Systematic Review JOURNAL OF DUAL DIAGNOSIS, 15 :291-311 DOI Author Url

Ward J, Elison-Davies S, Davies G, Dugdale S, Jones A. 2019. Clinical and demographic patient characteristics, alcohol treatment goal preference and goal attainment during computer-assisted therapy with Breaking Free Online JOURNAL OF SUBSTANCE USE, 24 :681-687 DOI Author Url

Dugdale S, Semper H, Povey R, Elison-Davies S, Davies G, Ward J. 2019. Offenders’ perceptions of the UK prison smoking ban International Journal of Prisoner Health, 15 :114-125 DOI Author Url

Elison-Davies S, Davies G, Ward J, Dugdale S, Weston S, Jones A, Brides M, Weekes J. 2018. Protocol for a randomized controlled trial of the Breaking Free Online Health and Justice program for substance misuse in prison settings Health and Justice, 6 DOI Author Url

Elison SD, Jones A, Ward J, Davies G, Dugdale S. 2017. Examining effectiveness of tailorable computer-assisted therapy programmes for substance misuse: Programme usage and clinical outcomes data from Breaking Free Online ADDICTIVE BEHAVIORS, 74 :140-147 DOI Author Url

Elison S, Ward J, Williams C, Espie C, Davies G, Dugdale S, Ragan K, Chisnall L, Lidbetter N, Smith K. 2017. Feasibility of a UK community-based, eTherapy mental health service in Greater Manchester: repeated-measures and between-groups study of 'Living Life to the Full Interactive', 'Sleepio' and 'Breaking Free Online' at 'Self Help Services' BMJ OPEN, 7 DOI Author Url

Dugdale S, Elison S, Davies G, Ward J. 2017. Applying behavior change theories and qualitative methods in substance misuse implementation research: Conceptualizing the adoption of breaking free online in real-world clinical practice Qualitative Health Research, 27 :1049-1059 DOI Author Url

Ward J, Davies G, Dugdale S, Elison S, Bijral P. 2017. Achieving digital health sustainability: Breaking free and CGL International Journal of Health Governance, 22 :72-82 DOI

Elison S, Dugdale S, Ward J, Davies G. 2017. The Rapid Recovery Progression Measure: A Brief Assessment of Biopsychosocial Functioning During Substance Use Disorder Recovery SUBSTANCE USE & MISUSE, 52 :1154-1163 DOI Author Url

Dugdale S, Elison S, Davies G, Ward J, Dalton M. 2017. A Qualitative Study Investigating the Continued Adoption of Breaking Free Online Across a National Substance Misuse Organisation: Theoretical Conceptualisation of Staff Perceptions JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES & RESEARCH, 44 :89-101 DOI Author Url

Dugdale S, Elison S, Davies G, Ward J, Jones M. 2016. The use of digital technology in substance misuse recovery CYBERPSYCHOLOGY-JOURNAL OF PSYCHOSOCIAL RESEARCH ON CYBERSPACE, 10 DOI Author Url

Dugdale S, Ward J, Hernen J, Elison S, Davies G, Donkor D. 2016. Using the Behavior Change Technique Taxonomy v1 to conceptualize the clinical content of Breaking Free Online: a computer-assisted therapy program for substance use disorders SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT PREVENTION AND POLICY, 11 DOI Author Url

Dugdale S, Elison S, Davies G, Ward J, Dalton M. 2016. Using the transtheoretical model to explore the impact of peer mentoring on peer mentors’ own recovery from substance misuse Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery, 11 :166-181 DOI

Elison S, Weston S, Dugdale S, Ward J, Davies G. 2016. A Qualitative Exploration of UK Prisoners' Experiences of Substance Misuse and Mental Health Difficulties, and the Breaking Free Health and Justice Interventions JOURNAL OF DRUG ISSUES, 46 :198-215 DOI Author Url

Elison S, Weston S, Davies G, Dugdale S, Ward J. 2016. Findings from mixed-methods feasibility and effectiveness evaluations of the "Breaking Free Online" treatment and recovery programme for substance misuse in prisons DRUGS-EDUCATION PREVENTION AND POLICY, 23 :176-185 DOI Author Url

Elison S, Davies G, Ward J, Weston S, Dugdale S, Weekes J. 2016. Using the “recovery” and “rehabilitation” paradigms to support desistance of substance-involved offenders: exploration of dual and multi-focus interventions Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice, 2 :274-290 DOI

Dugdale S, Ward J, Elison-Davies S, Davies G, Brown E. Breaking Free from Smoking: A Novel Digital Smoking Cessation Intervention for Offenders in UK Prisons Journal of Smoking Cessation, :1-12 DOI

Chapters

Dugdale S, Elison-Davies S, Davies G, Ward J, Jones M. 2018. An exploration of lived experience in a digital world Doing Research In and On the Digital :47-65 Routledge DOI

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