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  • Kouimtsidis C, Charge KJ, Moch J, Stahl D. 2016. Abstinence Preparation Group Intervention for dependent alcohol users. How does it work? Results of a process study. Journal of Substance Use, 10.3109/14659891.2016.1153164.
  • Kouimtsidis C, Stahl D, West R, Drummond C. 2015. Path Analysis of Cognitive Behavioural Models in smoking. What is the relationship between concepts involved? Journal of Substance Use, 10.3109/14659891.2015.1093559.
  • Kouimtsidis C, Sharma E, Smith A, Charge KJ. 2015. Structured intervention to prepare dependent drinkers to achieve abstinence; results from a cohort evaluation for six months post detoxification. Journal of Substance Use, doi/full/10.3109/14659891.2015.1029020.
  • Kouimtsidis C, Stahl D, West R, Drummond C. 2015. Negative expectancies measured with the Substance Use Beliefs Questionnaire can differentiate controls from those in treatment for alcohol dependence. Drugs and Alcohol Today, 15 (2), 76-81.
  • Kouimtsidis C, Hassiotis A, Scior K, Hunter R, Baio G, Pezzoni V. 2015. A feasibility study of a psychological intervention to address alcohol misuse for people with mild to moderate learning disabilities living in the community (EBI-LD); study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials DOI: 10.1186/s13063-015-0629x.
  • Croxford A, Notley C, Maskrey V, Holland R, Kouimtsidis C. 2015. An exploratory qualitative study seeking participant views evaluating group Cognitive Behavioural Therapy preparation for alcohol detoxification. Journal of Substance Use, 20(1), 61-68.
  • Anand I, Smith A, Charge KJ, Kouimtsidis C. Are we doing enough to enhance attendance to aftercare? Service Users’ Evaluation of a group Relapse Prevention programme for alcohol dependence. Drugs and Alcohol Today, 15 (1), 9-11.
  • P Deluca, C Drummond, R Patton et al. 2016. Optimal screening tool for under-age drinking: Findings from the SIPS Jr ProgrammeAlcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research. 40(S1): 16A – 247A. DOI: 10.1111/acer.13084
  • Patton R. 2016Should alcohol limits for men and women be the same? The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/should-alcohol-limits-for-men-and-women-really-be-the-same-55914 (also translated to French: Consommation d’alcool : que risquent les hommes ? Et les femmes ?https://theconversation.com/consommation-dalcool-que-risquent-les-hommes-et-les-femmes-57154)
  • Patton R. & Joubert E. 2016. Telling your patients to cut down on alcohol: does it work? Trends in Urology & Men’s Health. 7(2):18-20
  • Patton, R. 2016. e-IBA: Development of new technology to reduce adolescent alcohol use. Frontiers in Public Health DOI: 10.3389/conf.FPUBH.2016.01.00121.
  • Patton R. 2015. Proceed, with caution. Commentary on Bertholet et al (2015) “Internet based brief intervention for young men with unhealthy alcohol use” Addiction110(10): 1744-1745 DOI: 10.1111/add.13137
  • Patton R & Boniface S. 2015. Prevalence of hazardous drinking among UK 18-35 year olds; the impact of a revision to the AUDIT cut score. Alcohol & Alcoholism. DOI: http://alcalc.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2015/10/03/alcalc.agv115
  • Deluca P, Coulton S, Alam MF, Cohen D, Donoghue K, Gilvarry E, Kaner E, Maconochie I, McArdle P, McGovern R, Newbury-Birch D, Patton R, Phillips C, Phillips T, Russell I, Strang J & Drummond C. 2015. Linked randomised controlled trials of face-to-face and electronic brief intervention methods to prevent alcohol related harm in young people aged 14–17 years presenting to Emergency Departments (SIPS junior)BMC Public Health. 15:345. DOI 10.1186/s12889-015-1679-4
  • Rahim M. & Patton R. 2015. The association between shame and substance use in young people: a Systematic ReviewPeerJ. DOI: 10.7717/peerj.737

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