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Matheson, Catriona and Horsburgh, Kirsten and Shivaji, Tara and Schofield, Joe (2019) Can tele-healthcare interventions prevent drug related deaths? SSA Post , (18 September 2019) .

Carver, Hannah and Parkes, Tessa and Browne, Tania and Matheson, Catriona and Pauly, Bernie (2020) Investigating the need for alcohol harm reduction and managed alcohol programs for people experiencing homelessness and alcohol use disorders in Scotland. Drug and Alcohol Review .

Tweed, Emily J and Miller, Rebekah G and Schofield, Joe and Barnsdale, Lee and Matheson, Catriona (2020) Why are drug-related deaths among women increasing in Scotland? A mixed-methods analysis of possible explanations. Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy .

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Simoens, Steven and Matheson, Catriona and Inkster, Karen and Ludbrook, Anne and Bond, Christine (2002) The effectiveness of treatment for opiate dependent drug users: an international systematic review of the evidence. [Edinburgh]: Substance Misuse Division, Scottish Executive.

Pflanz-Sinclair, Christine and Matheson, Catriona and Aucott, Lorna (2013) General practitioner engagement with the Scottish National Naloxone Programme: A needs assessment project. Edinburgh: NHS Health Scotland.

Matheson, Catriona and Liddell, David and Hamilton, Emma and Wallace, Jason (2017) Older people with drug problems in Scotland. A mixed methods study exploring health and social support needs. Glasgow: Scottish Drugs Forum.

Matheson, Catriona and Bon, Lesley and Bowman, Louise and MacLeod, Katy and Hannah, Adrienne and Knox, Anthony (2020) Understanding the sexual health and blood borne virus risk behaviours of defined 'at risk' groups to inform a service training programme. Glasgow: Scottish Drugs Forum.

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