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Templeton, Lorna and Copello, Alex (2012) Adult family members affected by a relative’s substance misuse: A review of policy and guidance documents across the UK. London: UK Drug Policy Commission.

Copello, Alex and Templeton, Lorna (2012) The forgotten carers: Support for adult family members affected by a relative’s drug problems. London: UK Drug Policy Commission.

Alderson, Hayley and Kaner, Eileen and McColl, Elaine and Howel, Denise and Fouweather, Tony and McGovern, Ruth and Copello, Alex and Brown, Heather and McArdle, Paul and Smart, Deborah and Brown, Rebecca and Lingam, Raghu (2020) A pilot feasibility randomised controlled trial of two behaviour change interventions compared to usual care to reduce substance misuse in looked after children and care leavers aged 12-20 years: The SOLID study. PLoS ONE , 15 , (9) , e0238286.

Guest, Rebecca and Copello, Alex and Michail, Maria (2021) A qualitative exploration of young people's experiences of attempted suicide in the context of alcohol and substance use. PLoS ONE , 16 , (8) , e0256915.

Copello, Alex and Templeton, Lorna and Chohan, Gagandeep and McCarthy, Trevor (2012) Supporting adult family members of people with drug problems in Scotland. London: UK Drug Policy Commission.

Watson, Judith and Toner, Paul and Day, Ed and Back, Donna and Brady, Louca-Mai and Fairhurst, Caroline and Renwick, Charlotte and Templeton, Lorna and Akhtar, Shabana and Lloyd, Charlie and Li, Jinshuo and Cocks, Kim and Ambegaokar, Sangeeta and Parrott, Steve and McArdle, Paul and Gilvarry, Eilish and Copello, Alex (2017) Youth social behaviour and network therapy (Y-SBNT): adaptation of a family and social network intervention for young people who misuse alcohol and drugs - a randomised controlled feasibility trial. Health Technology Assessment , 21 , (15) , pp. 1-260.

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