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2017Changes in risk behaviours during and following treatment for hepatitis C virus infection among people who inject drugs: The ACTIVATE studyWeltman, Martin; Backmund, Markus; Bourgeois, Stefan; Bruggmann, Philip; Bruneau, Julie; Conway, Brian; Cunningham, Evan B.; Dunlop, Adrian; et al, Various; Hajarizadeh, Behzad; Midgard, Havard; Nepean Clinical School: MedicineChanges in risk behaviours during and following treatment for hepatitis C virus infection among people who inject drugs: The ACTIVATE study, International Journal of Drug Policy, vol.47, N/A, 2017,pp 230-238
2016Development of a brief tool for monitoring aberrant behaviours among patients receiving long-term opioid therapy: The Opioid-Related Behaviours In Treatment (ORBIT) scaleLintzeris, Nicholas; Nielsen, Suzanne; Black, Emma; Brown, Amanda; Bruno, Raimondo; Cohen, Milton; Degenhardt, Louisa; Dunlop, Adrian; Holland, Rohan M; Larance, Briony; Mattick, Richard P.; Central Clinical School: Psychological Medicine; Central Clinical School: MedicineDevelopment of a brief tool for monitoring aberrant behaviours among patients receiving long-term opioid therapy: The Opioid-Related Behaviours In Treatment (ORBIT) scale, Drug and Alcohol Dependence, vol.159, N/A, 2016,pp 42-52
2015The effect of social functioning and living arrangement on treatment intent, specialist assessment and treatment uptake for hepatitis C virus infection among people with a history of injecting drug use: The ETHOS studyDay, Carolyn; Haber, Paul; Alavi, Maryam; Balcomb, Annie C.; Bath, Nicky; Bruneau, Julie; Dore, Gregory; Dunlop, Adrian; Fortier, Emmanuel; Grebely, Jason; Micallef, Michelle; Treloar, Carla; Central Clinical School: Addiction Medicine; Central Clinical School: Addiction MedicineThe effect of social functioning and living arrangement on treatment intent, specialist assessment and treatment uptake for hepatitis C virus infection among people with a history of injecting drug use: The ETHOS study, International Journal of Drug Policy, vol.26, 11, 2015,pp 1094-1102
2015Effect of telephone follow-up on retention and balance in an alcohol intervention trialSaunders, John; Attia, John; Doran, Christopher; Dunlop, Adrian; et al, Various; Johnson, Natalie; Kypri, Kypros; Latter, Joanna; McElduff, Patrick; Saitz, Richard; Wolfenden, Luke; Psychological MedicineEffect of telephone follow-up on retention and balance in an alcohol intervention trial, Preventive Medicine Reports, vol.2, N/A, 2015,pp 746-749
2015Effect of treatment willingness on specialist assessment and treatment uptake for hepatitis C virus infection among people who use drugs: The ETHOS studyDay, Carolyn; Haber, Paul; Alavi, Maryam; Balcomb, Annie C.; Bath, Nicky; Dore, Gregory J.; Dunlop, Adrian; Fortier, Emmanuel; Grebely, Jason; Micallef, Michelle; Treloar, Carla; Central Clinical School: Addiction Medicine; Central Clinical School: Addiction MedicineEffect of treatment willingness on specialist assessment and treatment uptake for hepatitis C virus infection among people who use drugs: The ETHOS study, Journal of Viral Hepatitis, vol.22, 11, 2015,pp 914-925
2017Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of unsupervised buprenorphine-naloxone for the treatment of heroin dependence in a randomized waitlist controlled trialLintzeris, Nicholas; Attia, John; Barker, Daniel; Brown, Amanda; Dunlop, Adrian; et al, Various; Gill, Anthony; Harris, Anthony; Oldmeadow, Christopher; Ribbons, Karen; Sadler, Craig; Central Clinical School: Psychological MedicineEffectiveness and cost-effectiveness of unsupervised buprenorphine-naloxone for the treatment of heroin dependence in a randomized waitlist controlled trial, Drug and Alcohol Dependence, vol.174, N/A, 2017,pp 181-191
2017Escalating patterns of emergency health care prior to first admission with amphetamine psychosis: A window of opportunity?Sara, Grant; Degenhardt, Louisa; Dobbins, Timothy A.; Dunlop, Adrian; Lappin, Julia M; Northern Clinical School: Psychological MedicineEscalating patterns of emergency health care prior to first admission with amphetamine psychosis: A window of opportunity?, Drug and Alcohol Dependence, vol.180, N/A, 2017,pp 171-177
2015Pregnancy, infant, parentingGordon, Adrienne; Burns, Lucy; Dunlop, Adrian; Harvey-Dodds, Lucy; Ludlow, Joanne; Oei, Ju Lee; Perry, Natasha; Central Clinical School: Obstetrics & GynaecologyPregnancy, infant, parenting in Addiction Medicine: Principles and Practice, IP Communications, 2015, pp. 265-277
2016Study protocol: A dose-escalating, phase-2 study of oral lisdexamfetamine in adults with methamphetamine dependenceLintzeris, Nicholas; Bissaker, Alexandra; Bruno, Raimondo; Carr, Andrew; Clifford, Brendan; Dunlop, Adrian; Ezard, Nadine; Central Clinical School: Psychological MedicineStudy protocol: A dose-escalating, phase-2 study of oral lisdexamfetamine in adults with methamphetamine dependence, BMC Psychiatry, vol.16, 1, 2016,pp 1-8
2016Treatment for hepatitis C virus infection among people who inject drugs attending opioid substitution treatment and community health clinics: The ETHOS StudyDay, Carolyn; Haber, Paul; Weltman, Martin; Alavi, Maryam; Balcomb, Annie C.; Bath, Nicky; Dore, Gregory; Dunlop, Adrian; Grebely, Jason; Micallef, Michelle; Phung, Nghi; Treloar, Carla; Central Clinical School: Addiction Medicine; Central Clinical School: Addiction Medicine; Nepean Clinical School: MedicineTreatment for hepatitis C virus infection among people who inject drugs attending opioid substitution treatment and community health clinics: The ETHOS Study, Addiction, vol.111, 2, 2016,pp 311-319
2017Urinary cannabinoid levels during nabiximols (Sativex)-medicated inpatient cannabis withdrawalAllsop, David; Booth, Jessica; Kevin, Richard; Lintzeris, Nicholas; McGregor, Iain; Dunlop, Adrian; Psychology; Psychology; Psychology; Central Clinical School: Psychological Medicine; PsychologyUrinary cannabinoid levels during nabiximols (Sativex)-medicated inpatient cannabis withdrawal, Forensic Toxicology, vol.35, 1, 2017,pp 33-44