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Baird, K. (2002) CESDI 11th Annual Report Conference. In: CESDI Annual Conference, Cambridge, 28 November 2002.

Baird, K. (2002) Developing and implementing clinical guidelines in midiwfery practice. In: Midirs Hot Topics Domestic Violence, Coventry, UK, 25th January, 2002.

Baird, K. (2002) Domestic violence and Professional Practice. In: Domestic Violence and Health Research Forum, London, 18 November 2002.

Baird, K. (2002) Domestic violence in pregnancy: A public health concern. Midirs Midwifery Digest, 12 (2). ISSN 0961-5555

Boulton, B., Weir, I., Treagust, J., Myles, J., Wilkinson, S., Malinowski, A., Orme, J. and Soteriou, T. (2002) The impact of drug misuse on health in the South West 1996-2001. Project Report. South West Public Health Observatory, Bristol.

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Choquet, M., Miller, P., Ledoux, S. and Plant, M. (2002) Family structure, parent-child relationships and alcohol and other drug use among teenagers in France and the United Kingdom. Alcohol & Alcoholism, 37 (1). pp. 52-60. ISSN 0735-0414

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Evans, D. (2002) Implementing policies to tackle health inequalities at a local level. In: Health inequalities: evidence, policy and implementation, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 5 July 2002.

Evans, D. (2002) Primary care trusts and the environment. In: Contaminated Land, Odour and Air Quality Conference, Bristol, UK, 27 November 2002.

Evans, D. and Dowling, S. (2002) Developing a multi-disciplinary public health specialist workforce: training implications of current UK policy. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 56 (10). pp. 744-47. ISSN 0143-005X

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Harrison, L. and Plant, M. (2002) Research into harm minimisation related to alcohol problems, in: 100% Proof: Research for Action on Alcohol. Confidential External Report. UNSPECIFIED.

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Luxford, L. and Nichol, J. (2002) Mental health and work: issues and perspectives. In: Morrow, , ed. (2002) Mental health and work: issues and perspectives. Adelaide: UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 0 958 72285 4

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Miller, P. (2002) Alcohol tolerance and teenage substance use. In: 52nd Alcohol Problems Research Symposium, Kendal, UK, 20th February, 2002.

Miller, P. (2002) Tennager drinking and family matters. In: 53rd Alcohol Problems Research Symposium, Kendal, 24 September 2002.

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O'Connor, P. and Nichol, J. (2002) Natural high: an educational resource for young people in school and community settings. Auckland: UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 1-877318-00-0

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Pilkington, P. (2002) Increasing visibility of speed cameras might increase deaths and injuries on roads. British Medical Journal (BMJ), 324 (7346). p. 1153. ISSN 0959-8138

Pilkington, P. (2002) Social capital and health: measuring and understanding social capital at a local level could help to tackle health inequalities more effectively. Journal of Public Health , 24 (3). pp. 156-159. ISSN 1741-3842

Pilkington, P. and Kinra, S. (2002) Systematic review of the effectiveness of speed cameras at reducing collisions, speed and related deaths and injuries. In: 6th South West Public Health Scientific Conference, The Winter Gardens, Weston-super-Mare, UK, 15th May, 2002.

Plant, M. (2002) Whats' happening in the UK? In: 53rd Alcohol Problems Research Symposium, Kendal, 23 September 2002.

Plant, M. and Plant, M. (2002) UK research funding. In: (2002) 100% Proof: Research for Action on Alcohol. London: Report by Alcohol Concern. ISBN 1-869814-50-9

Plant, M. (2002) Alcohol and pregnancy. In: (2002) 100% Proof: Research on Action on Alcohol. London: Alcohol Concern. ISBN 1-869814-50-9

Plant, M. (2002) Gender and Alcohol: The UK part of GENACIS. Project Report. Alcohol Education & Research Council.

Plant, M. (2002) Women and alcohol. In: Peterson, T. and McBride, A., eds. (2002) Working with Substance Misusers: A Guide to Theory and Practice. London: Routledge, pp. 276-284. ISBN 978-0415235686

Plant, M., Plant, M. and Wilkinson, S. (2002) Mental health needs in four penal institutions. Project Report. University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol.

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Rimmer, J., Tritter, J., Sanidas, M., Daykin, N., Turton, P. and Evans, S. (2002) Professional and lay perspectives on user involvement in healthcare: Responses to a consensus development exercise in cancer services. In: BSA Annual Conference, University of Leicester, 25th March, 2002.

Rimmer, J., Sanidas, M., Daykin, N. and Evans, S. (2002) Does it make a difference? The impact of interprofessional education on enhancing user participation in the development of cancer services. In: Qualitative Research in Health and Social Care, University of Bournemouth, 10 September 2002.

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Salmon, D., Orme, J. and Jones, M. (2002) Telling it like it is. An evaluation of honesty is the best policy: North Somerset drugs and young people communications project. Project Report. University of the West of England, Bristol.

Salmon, D., Wilkinson, G., Orme, J. and Jones, M. (2002) Telling it like it is. An evaluation of Honesty is the Best Policy: North Somersrt Drugs and Young People Communications Project. Project Report. University of the West of England, Bristol.

Sanidas, M., Barley, V., Daykin, N. and Evans, S. (2002) Developing consensus and interprofessional working in cancer services: the case of user involvement. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 16 (4). pp. 405-8.

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Tritter, J. and Evans, S. (2002) The impact of user involvement; the reaction of health professionals. In: Consumers in NHS Research Conference, Harrogate, 10 November 2002.

Tritter, J., Sanidas, M., Daykin, N. and Evans, S. (2002) Moving Forward: the use of qualitative and mixed research methods in the development of cancer services. In: Qualitative Research in Health and Social Care Conference, University of Bournemouth, 10 September 2002.

Tritter, J., Sanidas, M., Daykin, N. and Evans, S. (2002) Who owns the patients' views? Variation in professional repsonse to user involvement. In: BSA Medical Sociology Group, University of York, 3 September 2002.

Tritter, J., Sanidas, M. and Evans, S. (2002) Involving cancer service users in healthcare decisions. In: BSA Annual Conference, Leicester, UK, 10th March, 2002.

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