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Prof Lindsey Dugdill
Prof Lindsey Dugdill
Profile Summary

Professor Lindsey Dugdill was an eminent public health professor at the University of Salford. Sadly, Lindsey passed away in December 2014 after a short illness.

Lindsey’s research career was extensive. Her main research interests were physical activity, workplace health and child and family health, using whole family approaches to health behaviour change when tackling issues such as obesity and physical inactivity. Her particular methodological expertise was in the evaluation of interventions using mixed methodology. Please see outputs below.
Key Qualifications
2001
Key Projects
2013
Jan
Analysis of International Physical Activity
Wigan Leisure and Culture Trust, £4,000.00.
Principal Investigator: L Dugdill (100%).
2012
May
Health Gain Behaviour Change Programme Evaluation
Glyndwr University Wrexham, £4,100.00.
Principal Investigator: L Dugdill (100%).
2012
Feb
Mental Health Needs Assessment
Department of Health, £20,000.00.
Principal Investigator: L Dugdill (50%). Co-Investigator: M Coffey (50%).
2012
Jan
Analysis of Active Living Data Extension (Extension to CXRA15)
Wigan Leisure and Culture Trust, £5,000.00.
Principal Investigator: L Dugdill (100%).
2011
Sep
Extension to Free Swimming Service (CXRA08)
Wigan Leisure and Culture Trust, £17,015.00.
Principal Investigator: L Dugdill (40%). Co-Investigators: O Flannery (30%), P Wilson (30%).
2011
Aug
Working Well Extension
Salford PCT, £26,124.00.
Principal Investigator: C Parker (50%). Co-Investigators: T Brown (30%), M Coffey (10%), L Dugdill (10%).
2011
Feb
Development of Working Well service for staff with MSD
Health Foundation, £10,000.00.
Principal Investigator: C Parker (70%). Co-Investigators: L Dugdill (20%), M Coffey (10%).
2010
Nov
Evaluation of Activity Works - Staffordshire University
NHS Scotland, £2,380.00.
Principal Investigator: L Dugdill (100%).
2010
Nov
HIEC -Staying Healthy Workplace Project
Department of Health, £60,000.00.
Principal Investigator: L Dugdill (30%). Co-Investigators: M Coffey (30%), A Garrow (30%), C Pine (10%).
2010
Sep
Commissioning Toolkit Tender
National Institute for Health Research, £15,776.00.
Principal Investigator: L Dugdill (50%). Co-Investigator: P Wilson (50%).
2010
Feb
Analysis of Active Living Data
Wigan Leisure and Culture Trust, £4,950.00.
Principal Investigator: L Dugdill (100%).
2010
Jan
Free Swimming Service
Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council, £60,000.00.
Principal Investigator: L Dugdill (50%). Co-Investigators: P Wilson (25%), O Flannery (25%).
2009
Jul
Unilever Partnership Phase II - PhD Studentship
Unilever, £103,872.00.
Principal Investigator: L Dugdill (50%). Co-Investigator: C Pine (50%).
2009
Jan
Unilever Partnership - Phase I - Evaluation of Live Learn Laugh
Unilever, £49,871.00.
Principal Investigator: C Pine (50%). Co-Investigator: L Dugdill (50%).
2008
Aug
Evaluation of Fit Friendz
Ashton, Wigan and Leigh PCT, £10,695.00.
Investigator: L Dugdill (100%).
2008
Mar
Salford PCT Community Food Workers Evaluation - EXTENSION
Salford PCT, £25,437.00.
Investigator: L Dugdill (100%).
2007
Nov
Evaluation of Find and Treat Cardiovascular Disease Screening Programme
Ashton, Wigan and Leigh PCT, £217,623.00.
Principal Investigator: L Dugdill (90%). Co-Investigators: D Widiatmoko (10%), D Baker (0%).
2007
Mar
Salford PCT Community Food Workers Evaluation
Salford PCT, £29,000.00.
Investigator: L Dugdill (100%).
2007
Feb
Health needs consultation for Partington & Carrington Children's Centre
Partington & Carrington Children's Centre, £22,000.00.
Investigators: L Dugdill (10%), E Oak (10%), P Devitt (10%), M Murphy (10%), D Fallon (30%), T Long (30%).
2006
Dec
Every Stop Helps (SDF - H04)
Northumbria University, £7,328.00.
Investigator: L Dugdill (100%).
2006
Nov
NICE Workplace Physical Aciivity Review
National Institute for Clinical Excellence, £69,805.00.
Investigators: A Brettle (35%), C Hulme (10%), S McCluskey (20%), L Dugdill (35%).
2006
Mar
Whole System Review
City and Hackney PCT, £5,825.00.
Investigators: P Wilson (5%), L Dugdill (95%).
2005
Nov
£1 Million Challenge
Sport England, £4,995.00.
Investigator: L Dugdill (100%).
2005
Nov
LEAP evaluation "Stepping Out" project - EXTENSIONS I - IV
Ashton, Wigan and Leigh PCT, £53,358.00.
Investigator: L Dugdill (100%).
2005
Jun
North West Physical Activity Audit
Department of Health, £5,000.00.
Investigators: L Porcellato (45%), L Dugdill (55%).
2004
Jul
Regional health and physical activity coordinator evaluation
Big Lottery Fund, £24,600.00.
Investigators: L Dugdill (60%), L Porcellato (40%).
2004
May
Sure Start Netherton Full Project Evaluation
Sure Start, £26,040.00.
Investigators: A Long (5%), L Dugdill (70%), C Hulme (25%).
2004
Apr
Teenage Pregnancy in Wigan: The Lived Experiences of Young People
SPONSOR'S NAME WITHELD, £10,010.00.
Investigators: J Jones (40%), L Dugdill (10%), E Harlow (40%), S Shardlow (10%).
2004
Mar
SureStart Netherton - Choices: Moving towards employment
Sure Start, £6,150.00.
Investigators: M Chrysanthou (25%), A Long (5%), L Dugdill (70%).
2003
Aug
LEAP evaluation "Stepping Out" project
Ashton, Wigan and Leigh PCT, £35,205.00.
Investigator: L Dugdill (100%).
Key Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Edited Books
Key Presence
Conference Organisation
2007
Jun
Weight Management Event - National conference for practitioners
Conference Presentations
2019
Choices: an investigation of the barriers faced by women who want to return to work, in Netherton, Merseyside Learning from Sure Start National Conference of Local Evaluations, Nottingham University, 2006, UK
2008
Aug
The Local Exercise Action Pilot: The challenge of measure physical activity at a population-wide level, over 1 year, in the North West of England. *th IUHPE European Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education. Turin, It... more >>.
2008
Jul
Intervention Guidance on Workplace Health Promotion with reference to Physical Activity and what works in Motivating and Changing Employee's Health Behaviour. Systematic Review for the National Institute of Health and Clinical ex... more >>.
2008
Looking Beyond Parametric Measures to Understand Children and Families Physical Activity Behaviours: An Ethnographic Approach. Asics Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Hamilton Island
2007
Jul
Using Empowerment approached within a community based lifestyle change programme for obese children and families. 19th IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education, Vancouver, Canada
2007
Mar
Joined-up public health action at a regional level: can one person make a difference? Evaluating the role of the North West Health and Physical Activity Co-ordinator, 15th Annual Public Health Forum (UKPHA) Edinburgh. 2007 Dugdi... more >>.
2006
Workplace Health Interventions: what works and how do we know? North West Regional Workplace Wellness Conference, December.
2006
Dec
Look before you LEAP: learning from the national and local Local Exercise Action Pilots. Invited Learning Symposium at the North West Health and Physical Activity Forum Conference, Wigan, UK.
2006
Dec
A Working in the Public Sector: a case study of Social Services. New Challenges in Work, Health and Effectiveness Research, 23-25 November 2006, Instituto Superior de Ciências do Trabalho e da Empresa, ISCTE * Lisbon, Portugal. 2... more >>.
2006
Sep
Getting Our Active Lifestyles Started (GOALS) Using an Ethnographic Framework to evaluate the feasibility of a lifestyle change programme for obese children and families. 25th International Human Science Research Conference- the M... more >>.
2006
Jul
The GOALS Project: Building a community lifestyle intervention for obese children and their families. North West Public Health Conference, 2006, Manchester, UK
2006
Into the Lion's Den: research with children and families, a critical reflection of the process. 2nd International Qualitative Conference in Sport and Exercise, 2006, Liverpool, UK.
2006
Getting Our Active Lifestyles Started (GOALS)! A qualitative insight into the lifestyle change process for children who are obese and their families. 2nd International Qualitative Conference in Sport and Exercise, 2006, Liverpool... more >>.
2006
Caught in the whirlwind of public health: The value of qualitative research in physical activity. 2nd International Qualitative Conference in Sport and Exercise, 2006, Liverpool, UK.
2003
Exercise Referral: the Public Health Panacea for Physical Activity Promotion?. 5th International Conference on Sport, Leisure and Ergonomics, Burton Manor, Wirral, U.K. Also chair of session ¿ Issues in Exercise Training and Heal... more >>.
Consultancy Roles
2019
Health Development Agency :Health at Work in the NHS 1994-2000
2019
Whole Systems Evaluation work with King's Fund (1997-2001)
2001
Health Development Agency: writing an evaluation framework for workplace health promotion
2001
World Health Organisation: Health Evaluation in the Workplace
2000
Sefton Health at Work Partnership
External Examiner Duties
2019
B.Sc Exercise and Health Sciences, University of Salford (2001-2003)
2019
B.Sc Health and Exercise Sciences, Liverpool Hope University College (1996-2000)
2019
M.Sc Health, University of Greenwich (2000-2001)
2019
B.A. Health and Social Care, University of Greenwich (1996-2001)
2019
B.Sc Physical Activity, Exercise and Health, Leeds Metropolitan University (2003-ongoing)
2005
PhD examiner for thesis entitled 'Skin cancer prevention in the workplace' at Nottingham Trent University.
2004
Internal Ph.D examiner for thesis entitled 'A Qualitative Inquiry in Football Settings.' (Martin Littlewood at Liverpool John Moores University).
2004
External M.Sc (by research) examiner for University of Central Lancashire for thesis entitled 'Comparison of two diabetes mellitus exercise programmes with respect to exercise adherence and physiological and psychological effects.... more >>.
2003
Internal Ph.D examiner for thesis entitled 'An Evaluation of the Effects of Intervention Strategies on the Experience of Lone Parents.' (Mark Meadows at Liverpool John Moores University).
2002
Internal Ph.D examiner for thesis entitled 'A Multidisciplinary study of the Inter-relationships among Alcohol Consumption, Physical Activity, Haematological Profiles and Psychological Well-Being.' (Craig Sale at Liverpool John Mo... more >>.
1999
Internal Ph.D examiner for thesis entitled 'The Evaluation of the Local Multidisciplinary Facilitation Teams in Primary Health Care in Liverpool'. (Lynne Graver at Liverpool John Moores University).
Industrial Collaboration and Exploitation
2005
Health promotion at work expert group with Unilever Plc
Invited Papers and Lectures
2008
Childhood Obesity, MPH, Liverpool, John Moores University
Memberships of External Bodies
2005
REACH (Researching Exercise and Children's Health) Group, Liverpool John Moores University
2005
Department of Health Obesity Task force for delivering the White paper Choosing Health
2005
North West Physical Activity Forum
2005
North West Physical Activity TaskForce
2003
Liverpool Strategic Physical Activity Group
1998
Health Education Authority Health at Work Team
1994
Liverpool Occupational Health Project
1993
Dept of Health Workplace TaskForce
Other Evidence of External Esteem
2007
Co-Editor International Journal of workplace health management
2005
INVITED LECTURES: Participatory Action Research and the Workplace, Masters in Public Health, University of Nottingham
2005
INVITED LECTURES: Evaluating Exercise Referral Schemes, B.Sc Sports Science, University of Stirling.
2004
INVITED LECTURES: Action Research Approaches to Evaluation of Practice, Cheshire Hospices Education, Cheshire, UK
2004
INVITED LECTURES: Evaluating the Quality of Exercise Referral Schemes, Masters in Exercise and Health Development, University of Gloucestershire
2003
INVITED LECTURES: Evaluation in Primary Care, Masters in Public Health, University of Nottingham
2002
INVITED LECTURES: Evaluating Exercise Referral Schemes in Primary Care, Masters in Public Health, University of Nottingham.
Other Research Activity
2019
Editorial work: Editorial Board for the International Journal of Reflective Practice, (2003-ongoing).
2019
Editorial work: Journal of Contemporary Health, (1998-1999)
2019
Reviewing: ¿ Journal of Contemporary Health (1995-1998)
2019
Reviewing: ¿ European Physical Education Review (2003)
2019
Reviewing: ¿ Health Education Journal (1996-ongoing)
2019
WORKSHOP LEADERSHIP: Health at Work in the NHS National Training Programme (1996-1997)
2019
Reviewing: International Journal of Community Health and Epidemiology (2005-ongoing)
2019
Reviewing: Nurse Education Today (2004)
2019
Reviewing: International Journal of Reflective Practice (2003 ongoing)
2019
COMPLETED PhD SUPERVISION: 10 students
2019
Reviewing: ¿ Journal of Ergonomics (1999- ongoing)
2019
Reviewing: Health Education Research (2005)
2019
COMPLETED MPhil SUPERVISION: 1 student
2006
WORKSHOP LEADERSHIP: BASES (British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences) Measuring Physical Activity in Children
2005
WORKSHOP LEADERSHIP: REACH (Research in Exercise and Children's Health Group) on health evaluation
2004
WORKSHOP LEADERSHIP: Children's exercise referral programmes in conjunction with SHOKK training agency
2002
WORKSHOP LEADERSHIP: Health Action Zone Employment Network
1996
CONFERENCE ORGANISATION: Health in the Workplace, LJMU in collaboration with Moscow Centre for Health Studies
Other University Research Roles
2019
Associate Head of School (Research) Community, Health Sciences and Social Care (2004-2008)
2019
Faculty Research and Ethics Committees
2019
Institute of Health and Social Care Research Board member (2003-ongoing)
2005
Chair of School Research Committee