Miss Jo-Anne Puddephatt
I currently work in addiction on three projects related to alcohol use working with specific populations, such as veterans and middle-aged females screening for hazardous alcohol consumption. I have a keen interest in evaluating alcohol intervention research and how they may be enhanced to meet the needs of disadvantaged populations.
Jo-Anne is a Research Assistant at the University of Liverpool working on projects related to addiction, behaviour change interventions and inhibitory processes. Jo-Anne also holds a voluntary post at Manchester Metropolitan University on a project which aims to develop a mobile application for those with mental health issues. Prior to these roles, Jo-Anne worked in mental health and completed her Masters and Bachelors degree at Liverpool John Moores University in Health Psychology and Applied Psychology, respectively. Jo-Anne’s research interests include addiction, mental health, and behaviour change.