Academic articles 2012

Hastings G, de Andrade M and Moodie C (2012). Tobacco harm reduction: The devil is in the deployment. British Medical Journal, 345: e8412.

Bauld L, McKell J, Carroll C, Hay G and Smith K (2012). Benefits and employment: how problem drug users experience welfare and routes into work. Journal of Social Policy, 41(4): 751-768.

Gordon R, Heim D and MacAskill S (2012). Rethinking drinking cultures: A review of drinking cultures and a reconstructed dimensional approach. Public Health, 126(1): 3-11.

Taskila T, MacAskill S, Coleman T, Etter J-F, Patel M, Clarke S, Bridson R, Aveyard P (2012). A randomised trial of nicotine assisted reduction to stop in pharmacies – The RedPharm Study. BMC Public Health, 12: 182.

MacKintosh AM, Moodie C and Hastings G (2012). The association between point-of-sale displays and youth smoking susceptibility. Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 14: 616-620.

Eadie D, MacAskill S, McKell J and Baybutt M (2012). Barriers and facilitators to a criminal justice tobacco control coordinator: An innovative approach to supporting smoking cessation among offenders. Addiction, 107(Suppl2): 26-38.

Hastings G (2012). Why corporate power is a public health priority. British Medical Journal, 345: e5124.

Casswell S, Meier P, MacKintosh AM, Brown A, Hastings G, Thamarangsi T, Chaiyasong S, Chun S, Huckle T, Wall M and You RQ (2012). The International Alcohol Control (IAC) Study - Evaluating the impact of alcohol policies. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 36(8): 1462-1467.

Brown A, Boudreau C, Moodie C, Fong GT, Li GY, Thompson M, Hassan L, Hyland A, Thrasher JF, Yong H-H, Borland R, Hastings G and Hammond D (2012). Support for removal of point-of-purchase tobacco advertising and displays: Findings from the International Tobacco Control (ITC) Canada survey. Tobacco Control, 21: 555-559.

Caswell S, Craigie AM, Wardle J, Stead M, Anderson AS and the BeWEL team (2012). Detailed protocol for the lifestyle intervention in the BeWEL randomised controlled trial of weight loss in adults who have had a colorectal adenoma. BMJ OPEN, 2(e001276), doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2012-001276.

Tappin DM, Bauld L, Tannahill C, de Caestecker L, Radley A, McConnachie A, Boyd K, Briggs A, Grant L, Cameron A, MacAskill S, Sinclair L, Friel B and Coleman T (2012). The Cessation in Pregnancy Incentives Trial (CPIT): Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials, 13: 113-123.

Anker TB, Kappel K, Eadie D and Sandøe P (2012). Fuzzy promises - explicative definitions of brand promise delivery. Marketing Theory, 12(3): 267-287.

French J, Spotswood F, Tapp A and Stead M (2012). Some reasonable but uncomfortable questions about social marketing. Journal of Social Marketing, 2(3): 163-175.

Hastings G (2012). The marketing matrix. Journal of Social Marketing, 2(3): 222-226.

Gallopel-Morvan K, Moodie C, Hammond D, Eker F, Beguinot E and Martinet Y (2012). Consumer perceptions of cigarette pack design in France: A comparison of regular, limited edition and plain packaging. Tobacco Control, 21(5): 502-506.

Ford A, Moodie C and Hastings GB (2012). The role of packaging for consumer products: Understanding the move towards ‘plain’ tobacco packaging. Addiction Research and Theory, 20: 339-347.

Moodie C, Hastings GB and Joossens L (2012). Young adult smokers’ perceptions of illicit tobacco and the possible impact of plain packaging on illicit tobacco purchasing behaviour. European Journal of Public Health22: 251-253.

Brown A and Moodie C (2012). Adolescent perceptions of tobacco control measures in the UK. Health Promotion Practice13: 41-47.

Moodie C, Ford A, MacKintosh AM and Hastings GB (2012). Young people’s perceptions of cigarette packaging and plain packaging: An online survey. Nicotine & Tobacco Research14: 98-105.

Brown A, McNeill A, Mons U and Guignard R (2012). Do smokers in Europe think all cigarettes are equally harmful?European Journal of Public Health22(Supp 1): 35-40.

Stead M, Casswell S, Craigie AM, Eadie D and Anderson AS (2012). Understanding the potential and challenges of adenoma treatment as a prevention opportunity: Insights from the BeWEL formative study. Preventive Medicine54: 97-103.

Logie-MacIver L, Piacentini M and Eadie D (2012). Using qualitative methodologies to understand behaviour change.Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal (QMRIJ)15(1): 70-86.