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Marsden, John and Darke, Shane and Hall, Wayne and Hickman, Matthew and Holmes, John and Humphreys, Keith and Neale, Joanne and Tucker, Jalie and West, Robert (2020) Addiction editorial: Mitigating and learning from the impact of COVID‐19 infection on addictive disorders. Addiction , 115 , (6) , pp. 1007-1010.

Neale, Joanne and Hunt, Geoffrey and Lankenau, Stephen and Mayock, Paula and Miller, Peter and Sheridan, Janie and Small, Will and Trelora, Carla (2013) Addiction journal is committed to publishing qualitative research. Addiction , 108 , (3) , pp. 447-449.

Fomiatti, Renae and Farrugia, Adrian and Fraser, Suzanne and Dwyer, Robyn and Neale, Joanne and Strang, John (2020) Addiction stigma and the production of impediments to take-home naloxone uptake. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine , p. 1363459320925863.

Neale, Joanne and Tompkins, Charlotte N E and Marshall, Alison D and Treloar, Carla and Strang, John (2018) Do women with complex alcohol and other drug use histories want women-only residential treatment? Addiction , 113 , (6) , pp. 989-997.

Fischer, Jan and Jenkins, Nick and Bloor, Michael and Neale, Joanne and Berney, Lee (2007) Drug user involvement in treatment decisions. London: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Neale, Joanne (2003) Drug users in society. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan .

Neale, Joanne and Nettleton, Sarah and Pickering, Lucy (2012) The everyday lives of recovering heroin users. London: RSA.

Neale, Joanne and Parkman, Tom and Day, Ed and Drummond, Colin (2016) Frequent attenders to accident and emergency departments: a qualitative study of individuals who repeatedly present with alcohol-related health conditions. London: Alcohol Research UK.

Neale, Joanne and Tompkins, Charlotte NE and McDonald, Rebecca and Strang, John (2018) Improving recruitment to pharmacological trials for illicit opioid use: findings from a qualitative focus group study. Addiction , 113 , (6) .

Parkman, Tom and Neale, Joanne and Day, Ed and Drummond, Colin (2017) Qualitative exploration of why people repeatedly attend emergency departments for alcohol-related reasons. BMC Health Services Research , 17 , (140) .

Neale, Joanne and Parkman, Tom and Day, Ed and Drummond, Colin (2017) Socio-demographic characteristics and stereotyping of people who frequently attend accident and emergency departments for alcohol-related reasons: qualitative study. Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy , 24 , (1) .

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