Membership of professional bodies
Membership of Professional Bodies
- Member of the Global Drug Survey (GDS) International Expert Advisory Group.
- Member of the UK Society for Behavioural Medicine UKSBM Early Career Network Committee 2017-2017
- Chartered Psychologist and member of the British Psychological Society (BPS)
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)
- Communications Officer, Newsletter Editor, Oxford Hub Coordinator for BPS West Midlands Branch 2014-2015
- Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group (PsyPAG) Vice Chair 2012-2014
Selected Conference Presentations
Davies, E.L., Lynskey, M, Maier, L.J, Ferris, J.A. & Winstock, A.R Perceptions of cannabis health information labels in a large international sample of people who use cannabis: will cannabis companies grow to be different to the alcohol and tobacco industries? (oral presentation) EUSPR Conference, Ghent, September 2019
Davies, E.L., Maier, L.J, Barratt, M, Winstock, A.R & Ferris, J.A. What a quarter of a million clubbers can tell us about alcohol related harms using findings from the last five years of Global Drug Survey, Club Health Conference Amsterdam May 2019.
Davies, E.L., Holmes, J, Maier, L.J., Barratt, M., Ferris, J.A. & Winstock, A.R. The impact of alcohol health warning labels on drinking behaviours: an international survey, UK Society for Behavioural Medicine (UKSBM) Annual Scientific Meeting, Birmingham, UK, December 2018
Davies, E.L., Holmes, J, Maier, L.J., Barratt, M., Ferris, J.A. & Winstock, A.R. Alcohol health warning labels and their impact on drinking behaviours: an international survey, European Society for Prevention Research, Lisbon, Portugal, October 2018.
Davies, E.L., Maier, L.J., Winstock, A.R. & Ferris, J.A. Intention to reduce drinking and preferred sources of support: an international cross-sectional study, European Health Psychology Society Conference, Galway, Ireland, August 2018.
Davies, E., Lewis, E-B. & Hennelly, S. “I am quite mellow but I wouldn't say everyone else is”: A mixed methods exploration of normative misperceptions of alcohol consumption and self-evaluation of drinking behaviour compared to others (Poster presentation) British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Brighton, May 2017
Davies, E.L. ‘You can be different types of drunk’: A think aloud study with adolescents and teachers to explore acceptability of a digital intervention to reduce alcohol misuse (oral presentation as part of symposium on ‘Applying user-centred development methods to create acceptable and persuasive digital health interventions’) UK Society for Behavioural Medicine Annual Conference, Cardiff, UK, December 2016
Davies, E.L. Lonsdale, A.J., Hennelly, S. & Foxcroft, D.R. Personalised digital interventions have no impact on risky drinking and alcohol related harms in young people in a randomised controlled trial (poster presentation) European Society for Prevention Research Annual Conference, Berlin, Germany, November 2015
Davies, E.L. How much is too much? A think aloud study to explore the feasibility and acceptability of a digital intervention for the prevention of alcohol related harm in adolescents (oral presentation) European Society for Prevention Research Annual Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia, October 2015
Davies, E.L. It's okay to have alcohol every now and again but excessive drinking is a bit weird: exploring the acceptability and feasibility of the alcohol smart quiz in a think aloud study (poster presentation) British Psychological Society Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, London, September 2015
Davies. E.L, Martin, J & Foxcroft D.R. Development of a co-produced intervention to prevent alcohol misuse in young people: A think aloud study (Poster presentation) British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Liverpool, May 2015
Davies. E.L, Martin, J & Foxcroft, D. A think aloud study evaluating the acceptability and feasibility of an alcohol misuse intervention for young people (Oral presentation) Alcohol Research UK Postgraduate and early career research symposium, London, March 2014.
International comparisons of drinking behaviours and responses to alcohol health warning labels: findings from the global drug survey. Invited talk at London South Bank University, February 2019.
Psychological Approaches to Reducing Alcohol Related Harms in Adolescents Invited talk at Oxford University Psychology and Neuroscience Applications Society 24th February 2016 http://psynapps.org/2016/03/11/psychological-approaches-to-alcohol-related-problems-in-adolescence/
Adding value to your PhD Invited workshop at PsyPAG 30th Anniversary conference, Glasgow, July 2015.
Member of early career researcher panel at Emerging New Researchers in Geographies of Health and Impairment(ENRGHI)Conference, Portsmouth, June 2014
Development and specification of novel behavioural interventions. Pre-conference workshop sponsored by Science for Prevention Academic Network (SPAN) at European Society for Prevention Research, Paris, November 2013.