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Lester, Sarah and Khatwa, Meena and Sutcliffe, Katy (2020) Service needs of young people affected by adverse childhood experiences (ACEs): a systematic review of UK qualitative evidence. Children and Youth Services Review , 118 , p. 105429.

Anderson, Peter and Jané Llopis, Eva and O'Donnell, Amy and Manthey, Jakob and Rehm, Jürgen (2020) Impact of low and no alcohol beers on purchases of alcohol: interrupted time series analysis of British household shopping data, 2015-2018. BMJ Open , 10 , (10) , e036371.

Jani, Meghna and Birlie Yimer, Belay and Sheppard, Therese and Lunt, Mark and Dixon, William G (2020) Time trends and prescribing patterns of opioid drugs in UK primary care patients with non-cancer pain: A retrospective cohort study. PLoS Medicine , 17 , (10) , e1003270.

NHS Addictions Provider Alliance. (2020) How the Covid-19 pandemic is fast-tracking the move to digital platforms within addiction services. NHSAPA Blog .

Niedzwiedz, Claire L and Green, Michael James and Benzeval, Michaela and Campbell, Desmond and Craig, Peter and Demou, Evangelia and Leyland, Alastair and Pearce, Anna and Thomson, Rachel and Whitley, Elise and Katikireddi, Srinivasa Vittal (2020) Mental health and health behaviours before and during the initial phase of the COVID-19 lockdown: longitudinal analyses of the UK Household Longitudinal Study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health , Early online .

Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency. (2020) Opioids: risk of dependence and addiction. Drug Safety Update , 14 , (2) .

Deligianni, Elena and Daniel, Omari J and Corkery, John M and Schifano, Fabrizio and Lione, Lisa A (2020) Impact of the UK Psychoactive Substances Act on awareness, use, experiences and knowledge of potential associated health risks of Novel Psychoactive Substances. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology , 86 , (3) .

Newall, Philip W S and Walasek, Lukasz and Ludvig, Elliot A (2020) Equivalent gambling warning labels are perceived differently. Addiction , 115 , (9) , pp. 1762-1767.

Alcohol Change UK. (2020) How do we talk about alcohol? Policy Insights .

Jackson, Sarah E and Brown, Jamie and Shahab, Lion and Steptoe, Andrew and Fancourt, Daisy (2020) COVID-19, smoking and inequalities: a study of 53 002 adults in the UK. Tobacco Control , Early online .

Barker, Alexander and Opazo-Breton, Magdalena and Thomson, Emily and Britton, John and Grant-Braham, Bruce and Murray, Rachael L (2020) Quantifying alcohol audio-visual content in UK broadcasts of the 2018 Formula 1 Championship: a content analysis and population exposure. BMJ Open , 10 , (8) , e037035.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2020) Time for safer injecting spaces in Britain? Drug and Alcohol Findings Hot Topic .

Ali, Ishmael (2020) Our patients with addiction often feel little more than ‘animals’ in the pharmacy — we must change. The Pharmaceutical Journal .

Bannister, Rachel (2020) Rachel Bannister on struggling with addiction: “You just need a hand to hold to see you through”. BMJ Opinion .

Iob, Eleonora and Schoeler, Tabea and Cecil, Charlotte M and Walton, Esther and McQuillin, Andrew and Pingault, Jean-Baptiste (2020) Identifying risk factors involved in the common versus specific liabilities to substance use: a genetically informed approach. Addiction Biology , Early online , (e12944) , e12944.

DrugScience, Global Drug Survey, Release, Transform Drug Policy Foundation. (2020) Parliamentary briefing on tackling the misuse of Nitrous Oxide. .

Rough, Elizabeth and Brown, Jennifer (2020) Nitrous oxide: No laughing matter? .

Holmes, John and Beard, Emma and Brown, Jamie and Brennan, Alan and Meier, Petra S and Michie, Susan and Stevely, Abigail K and Webster, Laura and Buykx, Penny F (2020) Effects on alcohol consumption of announcing and implementing revised UK low-risk drinking guidelines: findings from an interrupted time series analysis. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health , 74 , pp. 942-949.

Morris, Hannah and Larsen, John and Catterall, Emma and Moss, Antony C and Dombrowski, Stephan U (2020) Peer pressure and alcohol consumption in adults living in the UK: a systematic qualitative review. BMC Public Health , 20 , (1) , p. 1014.

Barker, Alexander B and Britton, John and Thomson, Emily and Murray, Rachael L (2020) Tobacco and alcohol content in soap operas broadcast on UK television: a content analysis and population exposure. Journal of Public Health , Early online .

Purves, R I and Critchlow, N and Morgan, A and Stead, M and Dobbie, F (2020) Examining the frequency and nature of gambling marketing in televised broadcasts of professional sporting events in the United Kingdom. Public Health , 184 , pp. 71-78.

Critchlow, N and Moodie, C and Stead, M and Morgan, A and Newall, P W S and Dobbie, F (2020) Visibility of age restriction warnings, harm reduction messages and terms and conditions: a content analysis of paid-for gambling advertising in the United Kingdom. Public Health , 184 , pp. 79-88.

Nutt, David and Bazire, Steve and Phillips, Laurence D and Schlag, Ann Katrin (2020) So near yet so far: why won’t the UK prescribe medical cannabis? BMJ Open , 10 , e038687..

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2020) The complexity and challenge of ‘dual diagnosis’. Drug and Alcohol Findings Hot Topic .

Clarke, Natasha and Rose, Abigail K (2020) Impact of labelled glasses in a bar‐laboratory setting: no effect on ad libitum alcohol consumption. Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research , 44 , (8) , pp. 1666-1674.

Duke, Karen and Gleeson, Helen and Dabrowska, Katarzyna and Herold, Maria and Rolando, Sara (2020) The engagement of young people in drug interventions in coercive contexts: findings from a cross-national European study. Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy .

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2020) Alcohol treatment matrix cell E2. Treatment systems; generic and cross-cutting issues. Drug and Alcohol Findings Alcohol Treatment Matrix .

Lim, Kai Xiang and Rijsdijk, Frühling and Hagenaars, Saskia P and Socrates, Adam and Choi, Shing Wan and Coleman, Jonathan R I and Glanville, Kylie P and Lewis, Cathryn M and Pingault, Jean-Baptiste (2020) Studying individual risk factors for self-harm in the UK Biobank: a polygenic scoring and Mendelian randomisation study. PLoS Medicine , 17 , (6) , e1003137.

Hines, Lindsey A and Freeman, Tom P and Gage, Suzanne H and Zammit, Stanley and Hickman, Matthew and Cannon, Mary and Munafo, Marcus and MacLeod, John and Heron, Jon (2020) Association of high-potency cannabis use with mental health and substance use in adolescence. JAMA Psychiatry , 77 , (10) , pp. 1044-1051.

Simonavicius, Erikas and McNeill, Ann and Brose, Leonie S (2020) Transitions in smoking and nicotine use from 2016 to 2017 among a UK cohort of adult smokers and ex-smokers. Drug and Alcohol Review , Early online .

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2020) How many drinkers should be in treatment? Drug and Alcohol Findings Hot Topic .

Jones, Hayley E and Harris, Ross J and Downing, Beatrice C and Pierce, Matthias and Millar, Tim and Ades, A E and Welton, Nicky J and Presanis, Anne M and De Angelis, Daniela and Hickman, Matthew (2020) Estimating the prevalence of problem drug use from drug-related mortality data. Addiction , Early online .

de Visser, Richard O and Piper, Richard (2020) Short- and longer-term benefits of temporary alcohol abstinence during 'dry january' are not also observed among adult drinkers in the general population: prospective cohort study. Alcohol and Alcoholism , 55 , (4) .

Wilson, Claire A and Finch, Emily and Kerr, Catherine and Shakespeare, Judy (2020) Alcohol, smoking, and other substance use in the perinatal period. BMJ , 369 , (m1627) , m1627.

McGowan, CR and Wright, T and Nitsch, D and Lewer, D and Brathwaite, R and Scott, J and Hope, V and Ciccarone, D and Dunn, J and Gillmore, J and Story, A and Harris, M (2020) High prevalence of albuminuria amongst people who inject drugs: a cross-sectional study. Scientific Reports , 10 , (1) , p. 7059.

Clarke, Natasha and Pechey, Emily and Mantzari, Eleni and Blackwell, Anna K M and De-Loyde, Katie and Morris, Richard W and Munafò, Marcus R and Marteau, Theresa M and Hollands, Gareth J (2020) Impact of health warning labels communicating the risk of cancer on alcohol selection: an online experimental study. Addiction , Early online .

Coding, Saphsa and Mantzari, Eleni and Sexton, Olivia and Fuller, Georgia and Pechey, Rachel and Hollands, Gareth J and Pilling, Mark and Marteau, Theresa M (2020) Impact of bottle size on in‐home consumption of wine: a randomized controlled cross‐over trial. Addiction , Early online .

Spaducci, Gilda and Richardson, Sol and McNeill, Ann and Pritchard, Megan and Sanyal, Joyti and Healy, Andy and Yates, Mary and Robson, Debbie (2020) An observational study of system-level changes to improve the recording of very brief advice for smoking cessation in an inpatient mental health setting. BMC Public Health , 20 , (559) .

Rolando, Sara and Asmussen Frank, Vibeke and Duke, Karen and Kahlert, Rahel and Pisarska, Agnieszka and Graf, Niels and Beccaria, Franca (2020) ‘I like money, I like many things’. The relationship between drugs and crime from the perspective of young people in contact with criminal justice systems. Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy , Early online .

Hamilton, Ian (2020) Covid-19—are we rationing who we care about? thebmjopinion .

McEwan, Andrew R and Davidson, Connor and Hay, Elizabeth and Turnbull, Yvonne and Erickson, Johanna Celene and Marini, Pietro and Wilson, Dana and McIntosh, Andrew M and Adams, Mark J and Murgatroyd, Chris and Barrett, Perry and Delibegovic, Mirela and Clarke, Toni-Kim and MacKenzie, Alasdair (2020) CRISPR disruption and UK biobank analysis of a highly conserved polymorphic enhancer suggests a role in male anxiety and ethanol intake. Molecular Psychiatry .

Ramos, Camille and Guirguis, Amira and Smeeton, Nigel and Zaman, Hadar and Felice, Anna Marie and Bancroft, Angus and Gittins, Rosalind and Hawksworth, Gill and Corkery, John Martin and Schifano, Fabrizio (2020) Exploring the baseline knowledge and experience of healthcare professionals in the United Kingdom on novel psychoactive substances. Brain Sciences , 10 , (3) .

Gray, Paul and Ralphs, Rob and Williams, Lisa (2020) The use of synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonists (SCRAs) within the homeless population: motivations, harms and the implications for developing an appropriate response. Addiction Research & Theory , Early online .

Michie, Susan and West, Robert and Amlôt, Richard and Rubin, James (2020) Slowing down the covid-19 outbreak: changing behaviour by understanding it. thebmjopinion .

Sheldon, Rollo JG and Reid, Michael and Schon, Frederick and Poole, Norman A (2020) Just say N2O – nitrous oxide misuse: essential information for psychiatrists. BJPsych Advances , 26 , (2) .

Roberts, Amanda and Murphy, Raegan and Turner, John and Sharman, Steve (2020) Predictors of dropout in disordered gamblers in UK residential treatment. Journal of Gambling Studies , 36 , (1) , pp. 373-386.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2020) ‘Dignity first’: improving the lives of homeless people who drink and take drugs. Drug and Alcohol Findings Hot Topic .

Hearn, Natalie L and Ireland, Jane L and Eslea, Mike and Fisk, John E (2020) Exploring pathways to gambling: proposing the integrated risk and protective factors model of gambling types. Journal of Gambling Studies .

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2020) Alcohol treatment matrix cell C2: Management/supervision; generic and cross-cutting issues. Drug and Alcohol Findings Alcohol Treatment Matrix .

Brose, Leonie S and Bowen, Julia and McNeill, Ann and Partos, Timea R (2020) Associations between vaping and relapse to smoking: preliminary findings from a longitudinal survey in the UK. Harm Reduction Journal , 16 , (76) .

Goyder, Elizabeth and Blank, Lindsay and Baxter, Susan and van Schalkwyk, May Ci (2020) Tackling gambling related harms as a public health issue. The Lancet Public Health , 5 , (1) , e14-e15.

Critchlow, Nathan and Jones, Daniel and Moodie, Crawford and Mackintosh, Anne Marie and Fitzgerald, Niamh and Hooper, Lucie and Thomas, Christopher and Vohra, Jyotsna (2020) Awareness of product-related information, health messages and warnings on alcohol packaging among adolescents: a cross-sectional survey in the United Kingdom. Journal of Public Health , 42 , (3) , e223-e230.

Smith, Caroline E and Hill, Sarah E and Amos, Amanda (2020) Impact of specialist and primary care stop smoking support on socio-economic inequalities in cessation in the United Kingdom: a systematic review and national equity initial review completed 22 January 2019; final version accepted 19 July 2019 analysis. Addiction , 115 , (1) .

Blackwell, Anna K M and Kosīte, Daina and Marteau, Theresa M and Munafò, Marcus R (2020) Policies for tobacco and e-cigarette use: a survey of all higher education institutions and NHS Trusts in England. Nicotine & Tobacco Research , 22 , (7) .

Bryant, Lucy and MacKintosh, Anne Marie and Bauld, Linda (2020) An exploration of the impact of non-dependent parental alcohol use on children. Alcohol and Alcoholism , 55 , (1) .

Khanji, Mohammed Y and Jensen, Magnus T and Kenawy, Asmaa A and Raisi-Estabragh, Zahra and Paiva, Jose M and Aung, Nay and Fung, Kenneth and Lukaschuk, Elena and Zemrak, Filip and Lee, Aaron M and Barutcu, Ahmet and Maclean, Edd and Cooper, Jackie and Piechnik, Stefan K and Neubauer, Stefan and Petersen, Steffen E (2020) Association between recreational cannabis use and cardiac structure and function. JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging , 13 , (3) .

Moriarty, Kieran John (2020) Alcohol care teams: where are we now? Frontline Gastroenterology , 11 , (4) , pp. 293-302.

Grzeskowiak, Luke E and Grieger, Jessica A and Andraweera, Prabha and Knight, Emma J and Leemaqz, Shalem and Poston, Lucilla and McCowan, Lesley and Kenny, Louise and Myers, Jenny and Walker, James J and Dekker, Gustaaf A and Roberts, Claire T (2020) The deleterious effects of cannabis during pregnancy on neonatal outcomes. The Medical Journal of Australia , 212 , (11) , pp. 519-524.

Dawkins, Lynne and Bauld, Linda and Ford, Allison and Robson, Deborah and Hajek, Peter and Parrott, Steve and Best, Catherine and Li, Jinshuo and Tyler, Allan and Uny, Isabelle and Cox, Sharon (2020) A cluster feasibility trial to explore the uptake and use of e-cigarettes versus usual care offered to smokers attending homeless centres in Great Britain. PloS one , 15 , (10) , e0240968.

Cox, Sharon and Dawkins, Lynne and Doshi, Jay and Cameron, James (2019) Effects of e-cigarettes versus nicotine replacement therapy on short-term smoking abstinence when delivered at a community pharmacy. Addictive Behaviors Reports , 10 , (100202) , p. 100202.

McKay, Michael T and Andretta, James R and Cole, Jon C and Clarke, Mary (2019) Socio-demographic predictors of well-being in United Kingdom adolescents, and the impact of well-being on a range of health-related outcomes. Psychiatry Research , 285 , p. 112728.

Bates, Geoff and Van Hout, Marie Claire and Teck, Joseph Tay Wee and McVeigh, Jim (2019) Treatments for people who use anabolic androgenic steroids: a scoping review. Harm Reduction Journal , 16 , (75) .

Nic An Riogh, Eithne and Swan, Davina and McCombe, Geoff and O'Connor, Eileen and Avramovic, Gordana and Macías, Juan and Oprea, Cristiana and Story, Alistair and Surey, Julian and Vickerman, Peter and Ward, Zoe and Lambert, John S and Tinago, Willard and Ianache, Irina and Iglesias, Maria and Cullen, Walter (2019) Integrating hepatitis C care for at-risk groups (HepLink): baseline data from a multicentre feasibility study in primary and community care. The Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy , 74 , (Suppl 5) , v31-v38.

Yentis, SM and Shinde, S and Plunkett, E and Mortimore, A (2019) Suicide amongst anaesthetists - an Association of Anaesthetists survey. Anaesthesia , 74 , (11) , pp. 1365-1373.

Madden, Mary and Morris, Stephanie and Stewart, Duncan and Atkin, Karl and Gough, Brendan and McCambridge, Jim (2019) Conceptualising alcohol consumption in relation to long-term health conditions: exploring risk in interviewee accounts of drinking and taking medications. PLoS ONE , 14 , (11) , e0224706.

MacCleod, John and Steer, Colin and Tilling, Kate and Cornish, Rosie and Marsden, John and Millar, Tim and Strang, John and Hickman, Matthew (2019) Prescription of benzodiazepines, z-drugs, and gabapentinoids and mortality risk in people receiving opioid agonist treatment: observational study based on the UK Clinical Practice Research Datalink and Office for National Statistics death records. PLoS ONE , 16 , (11) , e1002965.

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) .

Kennelly, Helen (2019) End-of-life care for people with alcohol and drug problems. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 70, Summer 2019 , p. 26.

Clancy, Carmel and Kelly, Peter and Loth, Christien (2019) State of the art in European addictions nursing: perspectives from the United Kingdom, Ireland, and the Netherlands. Journal of Addictions Nursing , 30 , (3) , pp. 139-148.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2019) Better care for people with co-occurring mental health and alcohol/drug use conditions: a guide for commissioners and service providers. Drug and Alcohol Findings Research Analysis .

Fergie, Libby and Coleman, Tim and Ussher, Michael and Cooper, Sue and Campbell, Katarzyna A (2019) Pregnant smokers' experiences and opinions of techniques aimed to address barriers and facilitators to smoking cessation: a qualitative study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health , 16 , (15) .

Bunn, Kieran (2019) Prevention and alcohol-harm. AHA Blog .

Bacon, Matthew and Seddon, Toby (2019) Controlling drug users: forms of power and behavioural regulation in drug treatment services. The British Journal of Criminology , (azz055) .

(2019) Current advances in gambling research conference. SSA Hot Topic .

Barker, Alexander B and Britton, John and Thomson, Emily and Hunter, Abbey and Opazo Breton, Magdalena and Murray, Rachael L (2019) A content analysis of tobacco and alcohol audio-visual content in a sample of UK reality TV programmes. Journal of Public Health , fdz043 .

Sinclair, Julia and McCann, Mark and Sheldon, Ellena and Gordon, Isabel and Brierley-Jones, Lyn and Copson, Ellen (2019) The acceptability of addressing alcohol consumption as a modifiable risk factor for breast cancer: a mixed method study within breast screening services and symptomatic breast clinics. BMJ Open , 9 , (6) .

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2019) UK’s first pilot of onsite ‘drug checking’ service. Drug and Alcohol Findings Research Analysis , (31 May 2019) .

Djohari, Natalie and Weston, Gavin and Cassidy, Rebecca and Wemyss, Martyn and Thomas, Samantha (2019) Recall and awareness of gambling advertising and sponsorship in sport in the UK: a study of young people and adults. Harm Reduction Journal , 16 , (1) , p. 24.

Maani Hessari, Nason and van Schalkwyk, May CI and Thomas, Sian and Petticrew, Mark (2019) Alcohol industry CSR organisations: what can their twitter activity tell us about their independence and their priorities? A comparative analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health , 16 , (5) , p. 892.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2019) Alcohol harm reduction education gains credibility in UK. Drug and Alcohol Findings Research Analysis .

Njoroge, J and Hope, VD and O'Halloran, C and Edmundson, C and Glass, R and Parry, JV and Ncube, F (2019) Are there missed opportunities for vaccinating against hepatitis B among people who inject drugs in the UK? Epidemiology and Infection , 147 , (e244) , e244.

Barker, Alexander B and Whittamore, Kathy and Britton, John and Murray, Rachael L and Cranwell, Jo (2019) A content analysis of alcohol content in UK television. Journal of Public Health , 41 , (3) .

Wilson, Samara and Partos, Timea R and McNeill, Ann and Brose, Leonie S (2019) Harm perceptions of e‐cigarettes and other nicotine products in a UK sample. Addiction , 114 , (5) .

Barker, Alexander B and Smith, Jordan and Hunter, Abbey and Britton, John and Murray, Rachael L (2019) Quantifying tobacco and alcohol imagery in Netflix and Amazon Prime instant video original programming accessed from the UK: a content analysis. BMJ Open , 9 , (e025807) .

Millar, Sean (2019) Pregabalin and gabapentin reclassified as controlled drugs in the UK. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 68, Winter 2019 , p. 20.

Roman-Urrestarazu, Andres and Yang, Justin and Robertson, Roy and McCallum, Alison and Gray, Christina and McKee, Martin and Middleton, John (2019) Brexit threatens the UK's ability to tackle illicit drugs and organised crime: What needs to happen now? Health Policy , 123 , (6) , pp. 521-525.

Roberts, Emmert and Morse, Rachel and Epstein, Sophie and Hotopf, Matthew and Leon, David and Drummond, Colin (2019) The prevalence of wholly attributable alcohol conditions in the United Kingdom hospital system: a systematic review, meta-analysis and meta-regression. Addiction , 114 , (10) .

Beard, Emma and West, Robert and Jarvis, Martin and Michie, Susan and Brown, Jamie (2019) ‘S’-shaped curve: modelling trends in smoking prevalence, uptake and cessation in Great Britain from 1973 to 2016. Thorax , 74 , (9) .

Lewer, Dan and Tweed, Emily J and Aldridge, Robert W and Morley, Katherine (2019) Causes of hospital admission and mortality among people who use heroin: a cohort study comparing relative and absolute risks. Drug and Alcohol Dependence , 204 , (107525) .

Faber, Timor and Mizani, Mehrdad A and Sheikh, Aziz and Mackenbach, Johan P and Reiss, Iirwin K and Been, Jasper V (2019) Investigating the effect of England's smoke-free private vehicle regulation on changes in tobacco smoke exposure and respiratory disease in children: a quasi-experimental study. The Lancet Public Health , 4 , (12) .

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2018) Measuring alcohol-related harm; politics and science. Drug and Alcohol Findings Hot Topic .

Sillero-Rejon, Carlos and Attwood, Angela S and Blackwell, Anna K M and Ibáñez-Zapata, José-Angel and Munafò, Marcus R and Maynard, Olivia M (2018) Alcohol pictorial health warning labels: the impact of self-affirmation and health warning severity. BMC Public Health , 18 , (1403) , p. 1403.

Wadd, Sarah and Dutton, Maureen (2018) Accessibility and suitability of residential alcohol treatment for older adults: a mixed method study. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy , 13 , (1) , p. 49.

Stevens, Alex (2018) Medical cannabis in the UK. BMJ , 363 , (k4844) .

Blackwell, Anna K M and Drax, Katie and Attwood, Angela S and Munafò, Marcus R and Maynard, Olivia M (2018) Informing drinkers: can current UK alcohol labels be improved? Drug and Alcohol Dependence , 192 , pp. 163-170.

O'Connor, Rosanna (2018) Health matters: stopping smoking - what works? Public Health Matters Blog .

Sabia, Séverine and Fayosse, Aurore and Dumurgier, Julien and Dugravot, Aline and Akbaraly, Tasnime and Britton, Annie and Kivimäki, Mika and Singh-Manoux, Archana (2018) Alcohol consumption and risk of dementia: 23 year follow-up of Whitehall II cohort study. BMJ , 362 , (k2927) , k2927.

Crombie, Iain K and Irvine, Linda and Williams, Brian and Sniehotta, Falko F and Petrie, Dennis and Jones, Claire and Norrie, John and Evans, Josie M M and Emslie, Carol and Rice, Peter M and Slane, Peter W and Humphris, Gerry and Ricketts, Ian W and Melson, Ambrose J and Donnan, Peter T and Hapca, Simona M and McKenzie, Andrew and Achison, Marcus (2018) Texting to Reduce Alcohol Misuse (TRAM): main findings from a randomized controlled trial of a text message intervention to reduce binge drinking among disadvantaged men. Addiction , 113 , (9) .

El Ansari, Walid and Ssewanyana, Derrick and Stock, Christiane (2018) Behavioral health risk profiles of undergraduate university students in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland: a cluster analysis. Frontiers in Public Health , 6 , (120) .

Pierce, Matthias and Millar, Tim and Robertson, J Roy and Bird, Sheila M (2018) Ageing opioid users' increased risk of methadone-specific death in the UK. International Journal of Drug Policy , 55 , pp. 121-127.

Carney, Tara and Wells, John and Parry, Charles D H and McGuinness, Padraig and Harris, Richard and Van Hout, Marie Claire (2018) A comparative analysis of pharmacists' perspectives on codeine use and misuse - a three country survey. Substance Abuse Treatment Prevention and Policy , 13 , (1) , p. 12.

Vasiljevic, Milica and Coulter, Lucia and Petticrew, Mark and Marteau, Theresa M (2018) Marketing messages accompanying online selling of low/er and regular strength wine and beer products in the UK: a content analysis. BMC Public Health , 18 , (147) .

Purves, Richard I and Stead, Martine and Eadie, Douglas (2018) “I wouldn’t be friends with someone if they were liking too much rubbish”: a qualitative study of alcohol brands, youth identity and social media. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health , 15 , (2) .

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2018) In primary care, it pays to incentivise screening. Drug and Alcohol Findings Research Analysis , (18 January 2018) .

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2018) No clear role for medications in less dependent drinkers. Drug and Alcohol Findings Research Analysis , (18 January 2018) .

Bell, Ruth and Glinianaia, Svetlana V and Waal, Zelda van der and Close, Andrew and Moloney, Eoin and Jones, Susan and Araújo-Soares, Vera and Hamilton, Sharon and Milne, Eugene Mg and Shucksmith, Janet and Vale, Luke and Willmore, Martyn and White, Martin and Rushton, Steven (2018) Evaluation of a complex healthcare intervention to increase smoking cessation in pregnant women: interrupted time series analysis with economic evaluation. Tobacco Control , 27 , (1) .

Conner, Mark and Grogan, Sarah and Simms-Ellis, Ruth and Flett, Keira and Sykes-Muskett, Bianca and Cowap, Lisa and Lawton, Rebecca and Armitage, Christopher J and Meads, David and Torgerson, Carole and West, Robert and Siddiqi, Kamran (2018) Do electronic cigarettes increase cigarette smoking in UK adolescents? Evidence from a 12-month prospective study. Tobacco Control , 27 , (4) .

Williams, Roger and Alexander, Graeme and Armstrong, Iain and Baker, Alastair and Bhala, Neeraj and Camps-Walsh, Ginny and Cramp, Matthew E and de Lusignan, Simon and Day, Natalie and Dhawan, Anil and Dillon, John and Drummond, Colin and Dyson, Jessica and Foster, Graham and Gilmore, Ian and Hudson, Mark and Kelly, Deirdre and Langford, Andrew and McDougall, Neil and Meier, Petra and Moriarty, Kieran and Newsome, Philip and O'Grady, John and Pryke, Rachel and Rolfe, Liz and Rice, Peter and Rutter, Harry and Sheron, Nick and Taylor, Alison and Thompson, Jeremy and Thorburn, Douglas and Verne, Julia and Wass, John and Yeoman, Andrew (2018) Disease burden and costs from excess alcohol consumption, obesity, and viral hepatitis: fourth report of the Lancet Standing Commission on Liver Disease in the UK. Lancet , 391 , (10125) , pp. 1097-1107.

Lester, Louise and Baker, Ruth and Coupland, Carol and Orton, Elizabeth (2018) Alcohol misuse and injury outcomes in young people aged 10–24. Journal of Adolescent Health , 62 , (4) .

Piumatti, Giovanni and Moore, Simon C and Berridge, Damon M and Sarker, Chinmoy and Gallacher, John (2018) The relationship between alcohol use and long-term cognitive decline in middle and late life: a longitudinal analysis using UK Biobank. Journal of Public Health , 40 , (2) .

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) .

Marsden, John and Goetz, Camille and Meymen, Tim and Mitcheson, Luke and Stillwell, Gary and Eastwood, Brian and Strang, John and Grey, Nick (2018) Memory-focused cognitive therapy for cocaine use disorder: theory, procedures and preliminary evidence from an external pilot randomised controlled trial. EBioMedicine , 29 .

John, Ann and McGregor, Joanna and Jones, Ian and Chim Lee, Sze and Walters, James TR and Owens, Michael J and O'Donovan, Michael and DelPozo-Banos, Marcos and Berridge, Damon M and Lloyd, Keith (2018) Premature mortality among people with severe mental illness — New evidence from linked primary care data. Schizophrenia Research , 199 .

Kersbergen, Inge and Oldham, Melissa and Jones, Andrew and Field, Matt and Angus, Colin and Robinson, Eric (2018) Reducing the standard serving size of alcoholic beverages prompts reductions in alcohol consumption. Addiction , 113 , (9) .

Hickman, Matthew and Steer, Colin and Tilling, Kate and Lim, Aaron G and Marsden, John and Millar, Tim and Strang, John and Telfer, Maggie and Vickerman, Peter and Macleod, John (2018) The impact of buprenorphine and methadone on mortality: a primary care cohort study in the United Kingdom. Addiction , 113 , (8) .

Herbec, Aleksandra and Tombor, Ildiko and Shahab, Lion and West, Robert (2018) "If I'd Known …"-a theory-informed systematic analysis of missed opportunities in optimising use of nicotine replacement therapy and accessing relevant support: a qualitative study. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine , 25 , (5) .

Cook, Mekeila C and Barnert, Elizabeth and Ijadi-Maghsoodi, Roya and Ports, Kayleen and Bath, Eraka (2018) Exploring mental health and substance use treatment needs of commercially sexually exploited youth participating in a specialty juvenile court. Behavioral Medicine , 44 , (3) , pp. 242-249.

Foley, Michelle and Deluca, Paolo and Kimergård, Andreas (2017) Time to review the provision of addiction treatment for codeine dependence. BMJ , 359 , j5311.

Waller, Gillian and Finch, Tracy and Giles, Emma L and Newbury-Birch, Dorothy (2017) Exploring the factors affecting the implementation of tobacco and substance use interventions within a secondary school setting: a systematic review. Implementation Science , 12 , (1) , p. 130.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2017) ‘My GP says I drink too much’: screening and brief intervention. Drug and Alcohol Findings Hot Topic , (October-December 2017) .

Ferguson, Harry (2017) Researching Social Work practice close up: using ethnographic and mobile methods to understand encounters between social workers, children and families. The British Journal of Social Work , 46 , (1) .

Dillon, Lucy (2017) Drug misuse prevention – NICE guideline. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 62, Summer 2017 , p. 22.

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Gallelli, Luca, ed. Corkery, John and Schifano, Fabrizio and Ghodse, Hamid (2012) Mephedrone-related fatalities in the United Kingdom: contextual, clinical and practical issues. In: Pharmacology. Rijeka, Croatia: InTech .

Newsletter

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Conference or Workshop Item

Rossini, Jane and White, Martin and Sondhi, Arun and Reynolds, Jacqueline and De Costa, Nicki and McCoy, Liz and Morrison-Griffiths, Sally and Musgrave, Paul (2016) Presentations on drug-related deaths. In: Understanding and preventing drug-related deaths., 21 April 2016, Manchester.

Edginton, Mark (2011) Addiction to medicines - findings from the DH commissioned reports from the NAC and NTA. In: SMMGP training day: Problematic use of over-the-counter (OTC) medication, benzodiazepines and other prescribed medications: how do we manage these increasing problems?, 11 May 2011, Harrogate, England.

Ford, Chris (2011) Problematic use of over-the-counter (OTC) medication: prevalence, evidence and how to manage people with these problems. In: SMMGP training day: Problematic use of over-the-counter (OTC) medication, benzodiazepines and other prescribed medications: how do we manage these increasing problems?, 11 May 2011, Harrogate, England.

Willott, Stephen (2011) Meeting the challenge of prescribed medication misuse in the community. In: SMMGP training day: Problematic use of over-the-counter (OTC) medication, benzodiazepines and other prescribed medications: how do we manage these increasing problems?, 11 May 2011, Harrogate, England.

Law, Fergus (2011) What is the size, prevalence and evidence of misuse of benzodiazepines. In: SMMGP training day: Problematic use of over-the-counter (OTC) medication, benzodiazepines and other prescribed medications: how do we manage these increasing problems?, 11 May 2011, Harrogate, England.

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Video

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Teaching Resource

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Coventry University, PROGRESS. Hughes, Liz (2011) National dual diagnosis e-learning resource. Coventry University.

Booth, Andrew and Purdy, Rowan and Ward, Sandra and Lindsay, Dion (2010) eLearning: Managing knowledge to improve social care. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence.

Other

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FactSheet

Public Health England. (2020) ASSIST-Lite screening tool: how to use.

Action on Smoking and Health. (2020) Use of e-cigarettes (vapes) among adults in Great Britain. London: ASH.

Institute of Alcohol Studies. (2020) Health impacts of alcohol. London: Institute of Alcohol Studies.

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UK Teratology Information Service. (2019) BUMPS: Best use of medicines in pregnancy - Gabapentin. London: UK Teratology Information Service.

Action on Smoking and Health. (2019) Use of e-cigarettes among young people in Great Britain. London: ASH.

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Alcohol Change UK. (2019) Alcohol and fitness. London: Alcohol Change UK.

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UK Teratology Information Service. (2018) BUMPS: Best use of medicines in pregnancy - Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) / e-cigarettes. London: .

Adley, Mark (2018) DrugWatch information sheet: Tramadol. UK & Ireland DrugWatch.

Scottish Drugs Forum. (2017) Etizolam: information sheet. UK & Ireland DrugWatch.

UK Teratology Information Service. (2017) BUMPS: Best use of medicines in pregnancy - Buprenorphine. London: UK Teratology Information Service.

Adley, Mark (2017) DrugWatch information sheet: Fentanyls. UK & Ireland DrugWatch.

Adley, Mark (2017) DrugWatch Information sheet: GBL. UK & Ireland DrugWatch.

UK Teratology Information Service. (2017) BUMPS: Best use of medicines in pregnancy - LSD. London: UK Teratology Information Service.

UK Teratology Information Service. (2017) BUMPS: Best use of medicines in pregnancy - Fentanyl. London: UK Teratology Information Service.

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UK Teratology Information Service. (2016) BUMPS: Best use of medicines in pregnancy - Mephedrone. London: UK Teratology Information Service.

UK Teratology Information Service. (2016) BUMPS: Best use of medicines in pregnancy - Ecstasy. London: UK Teratology Information Service.

UK Teratology Information Service. (2016) BUMPS: Best use of medicines in pregnancy - Pregabalin. London: UK Teratology Information Service.

UK & Ireland DrugWatch. (2016) Information sheet: Nitrous oxide. UK & Ireland DrugWatch.

UK Teratology Information Service. (2016) BUMPS: Best use of medicines in pregnancy - Codeine / Tramadol. London: UK Teratology Information Service.

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