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Commentary on Patrick et al. (2020): Similar methodological studies are essential for general population surveys.

Thomas K Greenfield, Priscilla Martinez,

Addiction (Addiction (Abingdon, England))
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Will hope triumph over experience in pharmacotherapy research on cocaine use disorder?

Keith Humphreys,

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Minimum THC unit pricing: an opportunity for harm reduction.

Tom P Freeman, Michael T Lynskey,

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Evaluating the effectiveness of the smartphone app, Drink Less, compared with the NHS alcohol advice webpage, for the reduction of alcohol consumption among hazardous and harmful adult drinkers in the UK at six-month follow-up: protocol for a randomised controlled trial.

Claire Garnett, Melissa Oldham, Colin Angus, Emma Beard, Robyn Burton, Matt Field, Felix Greaves, Matthew Hickman, Eileen Kaner, Gemma Loebenberg, Susan Michie, Marcus Munafò, Elena Pizzo, Jamie Brown,

BACKGROUND AND AIMS:Digital interventions are effective for reducing alcohol consumption but evidence is limited regarding smartphone apps. Drink Less is a theory- and evidence-informed app to help people reduce their alcohol consumption that has been refined in terms of its content and design for usability across the socio-demographic spectrum. We ... Read more >>

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Perceptions of injectable opioid agonist treatment (iOAT) among people who regularly use opioids in Australia: Findings from a cross-sectional study in three Australian cities.

S Nielsen, P Sanfilippo, V Belackova, C Day, E Silins, N Lintzeris, R Bruno, J Grebely, K Lancaster, R Ali, J Bell, P Dietze, L Degenhardt, M Farrell, B Larance,

BACKGROUND AND AIMS:Not all people experiencing opioid dependence benefit from oral opioid agonist treatment. The aim of this study was to examine perceptions of (supervised) injectable opioid agonist treatment (iOAT) (described as "an opioid similar to heroin self-injected at a clinic several times a day") among people who regularly use ... Read more >>

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Does correctional supervision of amphetamine users reduce the risk of re-offending?

Don Weatherburn, Steve Yeong,

AIM:To examine the specific deterrent effect of offender supervision on the risk of a further offence by persons convicted of amphetamine use and/or possession. DESIGN:Observational study of two groups matched on a wide range of factors using augmented inverse probability of treatment weighting. SETTING:New South Wales (NSW), Australia. PARTICIPANTS:A total ... Read more >>

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Are psychosocial interventions effective in reducing alcohol consumption during pregnancy and motherhood? A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Katalin Ujhelyi Gomez, Laura Goodwin, Leanne Jackson, Andrew Jones, Anna Chisholm, Abigail K Rose,

BACKGROUND AND AIMS:Alcohol use by pregnant and parenting women can have serious and long-lasting consequences for both the mother and offspring. We reviewed the evidence for psychosocial interventions to reduce maternal drinking. DESIGN:Literature searches of PsycINFO, PubMed, and Scopus identified randomised controlled trials of interventions with an aim of reduced ... Read more >>

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Washington's liquor license system and alcohol-related adverse health outcomes.

Aryn Z Phillips, Hector P Rodriguez, William C Kerr, Jennifer A Ahern,

BACKGROUND AND AIMS:In June 2012, Washington state (USA) implemented Initiative 1183, privatizing liquor sales. As a result, off-premises outlets increased from 330 to over 1400 and trading hours lengthened. Increased availability of liquor may lead to increased consumption. This study examines the impact of Initiative 1183 on alcohol-related adverse health ... Read more >>

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Emergence of Wasp Dope in Rural Appalachian Kentucky.

April M Young, Melvin Livingston, Rachel Vickers-Smith, Hannah L F Cooper,

BACKGROUND AND AIM:Recent reports have highlighted the emergence of "wasp dope" as an issue of concern, but epidemiologic evidence is lacking. Wasp dope is a crystalline substance created by electrifying pyrethroid-containing insecticides (e.g., wasp sprays) that may give users a methamphetamine-like "rush". This paper describes wasp dope use and correlates ... Read more >>

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Acknowledging and monitoring the costs of seriously regulating cannabis.

Rosanna Smart,

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Unknown population-level harms of cannabis and tobacco co-use: If you don't measure it, you can't manage it.

Chandni Hindocha, Erin A McClure,

BACKGROUND:Nationally representative data of cannabis-tobacco co-use have shown these substances are closely entwined and have significant adverse health consequences, though population-level harms of co-use are largely unknown. Current epidemiological research does not assess co-use in a manner that has yielded the necessary data to draw conclusions regarding health effects. This ... Read more >>

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Text Messaging Interventions for Reducing Alcohol Consumption Among risky drinkers: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

Marcus Bendtsen, Jim McCambridge, Katarina Åsberg, Preben Bendtsen,

BACKGROUND AND AIMS:The global growth of mobile phone use has led to new opportunities for health interventions, including through text messaging. We aimed to estimate the effects of text messaging interventions on alcohol consumption among risky drinkers. METHODS:Systematic review and meta-analysis of reports on randomized controlled trials (RCTs) published in ... Read more >>

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Home delivery of legal intoxicants in the age of COVID-19.

Ellicott C Matthay, Laura A Schmidt,

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Injecting drug use, the skin and vasculature.

Roy Robertson, Barbara Broers, Magdalena Harris,

Damage to the skin, subcutaneous tissues and blood vessels are among the most common health harms related to injecting drug use. From a limited range of early reports of injecting-related skin and soft tissue damage there is now an increasing literature relating to new drugs, new contaminants and problems associated ... Read more >>

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Risk of Overdose-Related Death for People with a History of Incarceration.

Wen Qi Gan, Stuart A Kinner, Tonia L Nicholls, Chloé Xavier, Karen Urbanoski, Leigh Greiner, Jane A Buxton, Ruth E Martin, Katherine E McLeod, Hasina Samji, Seonaid Nolan, Louise Meilleur, Roshni Desai, Soha Sabeti, Amanda K Slaunwhite,

BACKGROUND AND AIMS:Reported associations between previous incarceration and the risk of overdose-related death are substantially heterogeneous and previous studies are limited by an inability to control for confounding factors in risk assessment. This study investigated the associations of overdose-related death with previous incarceration and the number or cumulative duration of ... Read more >>

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Commentary on Foxon & Selya (2020): Social gradients in long-term health consequences of cigarette use-will adolescent e-cigarette use follow the same trajectory?

Shadiya L Moss, Katherine M Keyes,

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Commentary on Jin et al. (2020): Expanding the impact of opioid agonist therapy for opioid use disorder - Are there lessons from the HIV/AIDS response?

Jan Klimas, Evan Wood, Rita McCracken,

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Recovery from alcohol problems in the absence of treatment: A qualitative narrative analysis.

Richard Mellor, Kari Lancaster, Alison Ritter,

BACKGROUND AND AIMS:Recovery from alcohol problems in the absence of treatment or mutual-aid is very common yet under researched. This study explored the lives of people who had resolved their alcohol problems without treatment, seeking to situate experiences of recovery in social contexts and broader life narratives. DESIGN:The in-depth qualitative ... Read more >>

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Is Cannabis being used as a substitute for non-medical opioids by adults with problem substance use in the United States? A within-person analysis.

Lauren R Gorfinkel, Malki Stohl, Eliana Greenstein, Efrat Aharonovich, Mark Olfson, Deborah Hasin,

BACKGROUND AND AIMS:Ecological studies have suggested that Cannabis legalization might have led to a decrease in opioid overdose deaths. Such studies do not provide information about whether individuals are substituting Cannabis for opioids at different points in time. The current study assessed the magnitude of the daily association between Cannabis ... Read more >>

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Debating intoxication: Response to commentaries.

Hans S Crombag, John J Child, George R Sullivan,

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When the evidence is not enough: is it time to rethink trial design?

Rebecca McKetin, Michael Farrell,

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Alcohol-related harm in emergency departments: linking to subsequent hospitalisations to quantify under-reporting of presentations.

Scott Sims, David Preen, Gavin Pereria, Daniel Fatovich, Michael Livingston, Melissa O'Donnell,

TITLE:Alcohol-related harm in emergency departments: linking to subsequent hospitalisations to quantify under-reporting of presentations. AIMS:To quantify the proportion of emergency department (ED) presentations that could be identified as alcohol-related when linking to a patient's subsequent hospitalisation, compared with using ED data alone, and to assess that comparison according to the ... Read more >>

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Essential Tobacco Dependence Medicines in 137 Countries.

Simran Benipal, Dalton R Budhram, Krish Bilimoria, Hannah Woods, Ri Wang Mmath, Nav Persaud,

AIMS:To use a database of national essential medicine lists to determine how many include the three tobacco dependence medicines nicotine replacement therapy, varenicline and bupropion. METHODS:Retrospective observational study using national essential medicine lists for 137 countries. RESULTS:Of the 137 countries, 34 listed at least one of the three tobacco dependence ... Read more >>

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Adolescent income and binge drinking initiation: Prospective evidence from the MyLife study.

Geir Scott Brunborg, Tilmann von Soest, Jasmina Burdzovic Andreas,

BACKGROUND AND AIMS:No previous studies have examined the prospective association between disposable income and binge-drinking initiation among adolescents. We aimed to examine whether there is such an association, and if so, whether it is robust to confounders, uniform across individual characteristics, and linear versus non-linear. DESIGN:Prospective study of adolescents from ... Read more >>

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The association of smoking status with SARS-CoV-2 infection, hospitalisation and mortality from COVID-19: A living rapid evidence review with Bayesian meta-analyses (version 7).

David Simons, Lion Shahab, Jamie Brown, Olga Perski,

AIMS:To estimate the association of smoking status with rates of i) infection, ii) hospitalisation, iii) disease severity, and iv) mortality from SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 disease. DESIGN:Living rapid review of observational and experimental studies with random-effects hierarchical Bayesian meta-analyses. Published articles and pre-prints were identified via MEDLINE and medRxiv. SETTING:Community or hospital. No ... Read more >>

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