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McElrath, Karen (2005) Booting and flushing: needle rituals and risk for bloodborne viruses. Journal of Substance Use , 11 , (3) , 177¨C189.

McElrath, Karen and Higgins, Kathryn and McEvoy, Kieran (2002) Does Ulster still say no? Drugs, politics and propaganda in Northern Ireland. Journal of Drug Issues , 28 , (1) , pp. 127-155.

McElrath, Karen (2004) Drug use and drug markets in the context of political conflict: The case of Northern Ireland. Addiction Research & Theory , 12 , (6) , pp. 577-590.

McElrath, Karen and O'Neill, Christina (2011) Experiences with mephedrone pre-and-post legislative controls: perceptions of safety and sources of supply. International Journal of Drug Policy , 22 , (2) , pp. 120-127.

McElrath, Karen and McEvoy, Kieran (2001) Fact, fiction, and function: mythmaking and the social construction of ecstasy use. Substance Use & Misuse , 36 , (1&2) , pp. 1-22.

McElrath, Karen and McEvoy, Kieran (2001) Heroin as Evil: ecstasy users' perceptions about heroin. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy , 8 , (2) , pp. 177-189.

McElrath, Karen (2005) MDMA and sexual behavior: ecstasy users' perceptions about sexuality and sexual risk. Substance Use & Misuse , 40 , (9/10) , pp. 1461-1477.

Harris, Julie and McElrath, Karen (2012) Methadone as social control: institutionalized stigma and the prospect of recovery. Qualitative Health Research , 22 , (6) , pp. 810-824.

Connolly, Dominic and McElrath, Karen (2007) Nalbuphine (Nubain): Non-prescribed use, injecting, and risk behaviors for bloodborne viruses. Contemporary Drug Problems , 33 , (2) , pp. 321-340.

McElrath, Karen and McEvoy, Kieran (2002) Negative experiences on Ecstasy: the role of drug, set and setting. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs , 34 , (2) , pp. 199-208.

McElrath, Karen and Harris, Julie (2013) Peer injecting: implications for injecting order and blood-borne viruses among men and women who inject heroin. Journal of Substance Use , 18 , (1) , pp. 31-45.

McElrath, Karen and Van Hout, Marie Claire (2011) A preference for mephedrone: drug markets, drugs of choice, and the emerging “legal high” scene. Journal of Drug Issues , 41 , (4) , pp. 487-508.

McElrath, Karen (2001) Risk behaviors among injecting drug users in Northern Ireland. Substance Use & Misuse , 36 , (14) , pp. 2137-2157.

Van Hout, Marie Claire and McElrath, Karen (2012) Service user involvement in drug treatment programmes: Barriers to implementation and potential benefits for client recovery. Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy , 19 , (6) , pp. 474-483.

O'Neill, C and McElrath, Karen (2012) Simultaneous use of mephedrone and alcohol: A qualitative study of users’ experiences. Journal of Addiction Research and Therapy , S9 .

Higgins, Kathryn and McElrath, Karen (2000) The trouble with peace: the case-fires and their impact on drug use among youth in Northern Ireland. Youth & Society , 32 , (1) , pp. 29-59.


McElrath, Karen and Jordan, Michele (2005) Drug use and risk behaviours among injecting drug users. Belfast: Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety.

McEvoy, Kieran and McElrath, Karen (1999) Ecstasy use in Northern Ireland: a qualitative study. Belfast: Stationery Office.

McElrath, Karen (2001) Heroin use in Northern Ireland: a qualitative study into heroin users' lifestyles, experiences, and risk behaviours (1997-1999). Belfast: Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety.

McElrath, Karen (2002) Prevalence of problem heroin use in Northern Ireland. Belfast: Drug & Alcohol Information & Research Unit, Department of Health, Social Services & Public Safety.

McElrath, Karen (2003) Review of research on substitute prescribing for opiate dependence and implications for Northern Ireland. Belfast: Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety.


Coomber, Ross and McElrath, Karen and Measham, Fiona and Moore, Karenza (2013) Key concepts in drugs and society. London: Sage .

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