Blending qualitative and quantitative research methods to optimize patient reported outcome measures (PROMs)
The Public Health Responsibility deal: has a public–private partnership brought about action on alcohol reduction?
‘Well, he would say that, wouldn't he?’
The Public Health Responsibility Deal: why alcohol industry partnerships are bad for health?
Alcohol: no ordinary health risk
The Public Health Responsibility deal: has a public–private partnership brought about action on alcohol reduction?
Are the Public Health Responsibility Deal alcohol pledges likely to improve public health? An evidence synthesis
Potential bias due to outcome-related loss to follow-up in cohort studies on incidence of drug injection: systematic review and meta-analysis
Next steps in research on injection initiation incidence and prevention
Reducing bias in prospective observational studies of drug users: the need for upstream and downstream approaches
Pain as a predictor of heavy drinking and any drinking lapses in the COMBINE study and the UK Alcohol Treatment Trial
Transition probabilities for four states of alcohol use in adolescence and young adulthood: what factors matter when?
Cocaine-related stimuli impair inhibitory control in cocaine users following short stimulus onset asynchronies
Estimating the number of people with hepatitis C virus who have ever injected drugs and have yet to be diagnosed: an evidence synthesis approach for Scotland
Predictors of participant engagement and naloxone utilization in a community-based naloxone distribution program
The association between speed of transition from initiation to subsequent use of cannabis and later problematic cannabis use, abuse and dependence
Fatal opioid poisoning: a counterfactual model to estimate the preventive effect of treatment for opioid use disorder in England
Dose–response relationship between methadone dose and adherence to antiretroviral therapy among HIV-positive people who use illicit opioids
Towards a comprehensive developmental model of pathological gambling
E-cigarettes generate high levels of aldehydes only in ‘dry puff’ conditions
Commentary on Farsalinos et al . (2015): E-cigarettes do not expose users to dangerous levels of aldehydes
Assessing the diagnostic contribution of internet gaming disorder criteria requires improved content, construct and face validity—a response to Rehbein and colleagues (2015)
Systematic Validation of Internet Gaming Disorder Criteria Needs to Start Somewhere: A Reply to Kardefelt-Winther
The New French Guidelines on Alcohol Misuse: An Initiative for Strengthening Cross-European Interplay
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