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2009 Publications

  • Abel-Ollo K., Rahu M., Rajaleid K., Talu A., Ruutel K., Platt L., Bobrova N., Rhodes T., Uuskula A., (2009) Knowledge of HIV serostatus and risk behaviour among injecting drug users in Estonia. AIDS Care, 21: 851-857.
  • Bernays S., Rhodes T. (2009) Experiencing inconsistent HIV treatment delivery in a transitional setting: Qualitative study, AIDS Care 21(3): 315-321.
  • Bonell C, Hargreaves J, Cousens S, Ross D, Hayes R, Petticrew M, Kirkwood B,. Alternatives to randomisation in the evaluation of public-health interventions: design challenges and solutions. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (E pub ahead of print).
  • Bonell C, Sorhaindo A, Allen E, Strange V, Wiggins M, Fletcher A, Oakley A, Bond L, Flay B, Patton GC, Rhodes T. Pilot multi-method trial of a school-ethos intervention to reduce substance use: building hypotheses about upstream pathways to prevention. Journal of Adolescent Health (in press).
  • Briggs D., Rhodes T., (2009) Injecting drug use and unstable housing: Scope for structural interventions in harm reduction. Drugs: Eduction, Prevention and Policy, 16: 436-450.
  • Cunningham, J.A., Kypri, K., McCambridge, J. (2009) The use of emerging technologies in alcohol treatment. Alcohol Research & Health in press
  • De Angelis D, Sweeting M, Ades AE, Hickman M, Hope V, Ramsay M. An evidence synthesis approach to estimating Hepatitis C Prevalence in England and Wales. Statistical Methods in Medical Research 2009; 18:361-79.
  • Elford J, Jeannin A, Spencer B, Gervasoni JP, van de Laar M, Dubois-Arber F and the HIV & STI Behavioural Surveillance Group (inc Hope V). HIV and STI behavioural surveillance among men who have sex with men (MSM) in Europe. EuroSurveillance 2009; 14(47):pii=19414.
  • Faulkner N., McCambridge J., Slym R.L., Rollnick S. (2009) It ain't what you do, its' the way that you do it? A qualitative study of advice for young cannabis users. Drug & Alcohol Review 28: 129-134.
  • Fletcher A, Bonell C, Rhodes T (2009) New counter-school cultures: female students' drug use at a high-achieving secondary school, British Journal of Sociology of Education, 30(5): 549-562.
  • Fletcher A, Bonell C, Sornaindo A, Rhodes T (2009) Cannabis use and 'safe' identities in an inner-city school risk environment, International Journal of Drug Policy, 20: 244-250.
  • Fletcher A, Bonell C, Sorhaindo A, Strange V (2009) How might schools influence young people's drug use? Development of theory from qualitative case-study research. Journal of Adolescent Health, 45 (2): 126-132.
  • Hickman M, Hope V, Coleman B, Parry J, Telfer M, Twigger J, Irish C, Macleod J, Annette H (2009) Assessing IDU prevalence and health consequences (HCV, overdose and drug-related mortality) in a primary care trust: implications for public health action. Journal of Public Health 31 (3): 1-9.
  • Jenkins, R.J., McAlaney, J., McCambridge, J. (2009) Change over time in alcohol consumption in control groups in brief intervention studies: Systematic review and meta regression study. Drug & Alcohol Dependence 100: 117-114.
  • Judd A., Rhodes T, Johnston L, Platt L et al (2009) Improving survey methods in sero-epidemiological studies of injecting drug users: A case example of two cross-sectional surveys in Serbia and Montenegro, BMC Public Health, 9:14
  • Khadjesari, Z., Murray, E. , Kalaitzaki, E., White, I.R., McCambridge, J., Godfrey, C., Wallace, P. (2009) Test-retest reliability of an online measure of past week alcohol consumption (the TOT-AL), and comparison with face-to-face interview. Addictive Behaviors 34: 337-342.
  • McCambridge J (2009) Research assessments: Instruments of bias and brief interventions of the future? Addiction (in press).
  • McCambridge J. (2009) Devolution and British drug policies: Natural experiments in need of evaluation (editorial). Drugs: Education, Prevention & Policy 16: 1-6.
  • McCambridge, J. & Thomas, B. (2009) Short forms of the AUDIT in a web-based study of young drinkers. Drug & Alcohol Review 28: 18-24.
  • Mitcheson, L., Bhavsar, K., McCambridge, J. (2009) Randomised trial of training and supervision in motivational interviewing with adolescent drug treatment practitioners. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment in press
  • Murray, E., Khadjesari , Z., White, I.R., Kalaitzaki, E., Godfrey, C., McCambridge, J., Thompson, S., Wallace, P. (2009) Methodological challenges in on-line trials: A case study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 11(1): e9.
  • Platt L, Sutton A, Hickman H, Parry J, Rhodes T (2008) Measuring risk of HIV and HCV infection among injecting drug users in the Russian Federation: the use of force of infection models and behavioural data in second-generation surveillance surveys of HIV, European Journal of Public Health, 19: 428-33.
  • Rhodes T (2009) Risk environments and drug harms: A social science for harm reduction approach, International Journal of Drug Policy, 20: 193-201.
  • Rhodes T., Bernays S, Jankovi? K. (2008) Medical promise and the recalibration of expectation: Hope and HIV treatment engagement in a transitional setting, Social Science and Medicine, 68 (6): 1050-1059.
  • Sarang, A, Rhodes T, Shoen N, Page K (2009) Policing drug users in Russia: Fear, risk and structural violence, British Journal of Criminology (under review).
  • Simic M, Rhodes T (2009) Violence, dignity and HIV vulnerability: Sex work in Serbia, Sociology of Health and Illness, 31: 1-19.
  • Sweeting MJ, Hope VD, Hickman M, Parry JV, Ncube F, Ramsay ME, De Angelis D. Hepatitis C infection among injecting drug users in England and Wales (1992-2006): There and back again? American Journal of Epidemiology (2009); 170:352-60.
  • Talu A, Rajaleid K, Katri A, Rüütel K, Rahu M, Rhodes T et al. (2009) HIV infection and risk behaviour of primary fentanyl and amphetamine injectors in Tallinn, Estonia, International Journal of Drug Policy (in press).
  • Treloar C, Rhodes T (2009) The lived experience of hepatitis C and its treatment among injecting drug users: Qualitative synthesis, Qualitative Health Research, 19: 1321-1334.