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Marina Barnard, Christopher Russell, Neil McKeganey (2017) The highs and lows of NPS/“Legal High” use: Qualitative views from a UK online survey (2016) Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy Volume 24, 2017 – Issue 1: Special Focus: family and harms to others on alcohol.
Neil McKeganey, Christopher Russell (2016) Why Academics Should Resist Pressure to Disengage with the Tobacco Industry.
Christopher Russell, Neil McKeganey (2016) Intended Responses of 9,040 Current E-Cigarette Users to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Deeming Regulations of E-Cigarettes.
Neil McKeganey (2016) The enjoyment of smoking.
Neil McKeganey (2016) US Surgeon General’s misplaced call to arms against e-cigarettes. The Hill (US Internet News Site).
Neil McKeganey, Tiffany Dickson (2016) The Pleasure of Smoking: The Views of Confirmed Smokers.
Neil McKeganey, Marina Barnard, & Christopher Russell (2016) Visible Vaping: E-Cigarettes and the Further De-Normalization of Smoking. International Archives of Addiction Research and Medicine Volume 2 Issue 3 ISSN: 2474-3631.
Neil McKeganey Christopher Russell Carole Bain Marina Barnard Tiffany Hamilton Barclay et al (2016) Meeting the Needs of Prisoners with a Drug or Alcohol Problem: No Mean Feat. Drugs Education Prevention and Policy (in press)
Neil McKeganey Christopher Russell (2016) Tobacco Control Research: A Tale of Two Delphi Groups. Addiction January DOI:10.111/add.13251
Sharon Grace Geoff Page Charlie Lloyd Lorna Templeton Setta Cougali Neil McKeganey et al (2016) Establishing a “Corstonian” Continuous Care Pathway for Drug Using Female Prisoners:Linking Drug Recovery Wings and Women’s Community Services Criminology and Criminal Justice ISSN 1748-8958 (in press)
Neil McKeganey (2015) Tobacco Control Research: A Tale of Two Delphi Groups.
Geoff Page Lorna Templeton Sharon Grace Paul Roberts Neil McKeganey et al (2015) Conspicuous by the Abstinence: The LImited Engagement fo Heroin Users in English and Welsh Drug Recovery Wings. International Journal of Drug Policy (in press)
Neil McKeganey (2015) The Criminalization of Some Drug Involved People The Handbook of Drugs and Society ed Henry Brownstein Sage.
Neil McKeganey (2015) The Criminalisation of (Some) Drug Use in Handbook on Drugs and Society ed Henry Brownstein. Wiley Blackwell
Neil McKeganey Christopher Russell Tobacco (2015) Plain Packaging Evidence Based Policy or Public Health Advocacy (published online) International Journal of Drug Policy
Neil McKeganey (2015) No Hiding Place. Drink and Drug News Magazine April 2015
Neil McKeganey (2014) Clear Rhetoric and Blurred Reality:The Development of a Recovery Focus in UK Drug Treatment Policy and Practice. International Journal of Drug Policy (doi:10.1016j.drugpo.2014.01.014)
Neil McKeganey (2014) Quick Quick Slow of Tobacco Control. Drink and Drug News May
Neil McKeganey(2014) Scary Monsters and E- Cigarettes Druglink Magazine JulyAug
Neil McKeganey (2013) Drugs Risk as Focus turns to Independence Sunday Times 25 August 2013
Neil McKeganey (2013) Does the Fact that Some Drugs are Illegal Make it More Difficult to Deliver Recovery Work in Drug Treatment Services? October Drink and Drug News October
McGallagly, J., McKeganey, N. (2013) The Impact of Drug Seizures on Local Communities. in Research Conferences on Organised Crime Research and Practice in Western and Northern Europe 2011-2012. Lucherhand Verlag
Neil McKeganey (2013) Treatment Cessation. Druglink December.
Neil McKeganey (2013) Legal Highs A Low Point Scotsman Newspaper 4 nov 2013 available at: http://www.scotsman.com/news/neil-mckeganey-legal-highs-a-low-point-1-3173391
Neil McKeganey (2013) The A to Z of Substance Misuse and Addiction. Palgrave Macmillan
Neil McKeganey Joe McGallagly (2013) Nicked: Drugs Users Views and Experience of Drugs Law Enforcement Operations. Journal of Substance Use (Early Online Publication DOI:10.3109/14659891.2012.709914)
Barnard, M., Bain, C. (2013) Resisting Your Good Intentions: Substance Misusing Parents and Early Interventions to Support and Monitor Children in Need. Child and Family Social Work (Early online publication dpi:10.1111/cfs.12064
Neil McKeganey (2013) Staying Tough on Drugs. Scotsman 16 January
Neil McKeganey, Christopher Russell, Lucinda Cockayne. (2012) Medically Assisted Recovery within the Context of the UK Drug Strategy. Methadone and Suboxone (Buprenophine and Naloxone) Clients Compared Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment Vol 44 No 1 pp 97-102
Russell, C. (2012). Guest editorial: Persuading addiction treatment providers to practice the concept of recovery will not be easy. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy.Vol 19 no 4 pp 273-275
Neil McKeganey (2012) Drugs and Clubbing in the UK . Drink and Drug News
Neil McKeganey Christopher Russell Lucy Cockayne (2012) Suboxone: The Road Less Travelled. Drink and Drug News November 2012.
Neil McKeganey (2012) Harm Reduction at the Crossroads and the Rediscovery of Drug User Abstinence Drugs, Education Prevention and Policy vol 19 no 4 pp276-283
McKeganey, N., McGallagly,J., Russell, C. (2012) Collecting Quantitative Information on Drug Purchases: The Drug Diary Method. (submitted)
Joe McGallagly and Neil McKeganey (2012) Does Robust Drug Enforcement Lead to an Increase in Drug Users Coming Forward for Treatment? Education Prevention and Policy vol 20 no 1 pp 1-4
Neil McKeganey Marina Barnard Carole Bain (2012) Drug and Alcohol Services in Argyll and Bute: A Needs Assessment.
Neil McKeganey (2012) Social Cohesion Social Disorganisation and Illegal Drugs Chapter One Annual Report of the International Narcotics Control Board.
McGallagly, J. McKeganey, N (2012) The Impact of Major Drug Seizures. Report for the European Union.
Neil McKeganey (2012) Eclipsing Science:The Power of Language to Influence Drug Policy. Paper prepared for the United Kingdom Drug Policy Commission
McKeganey, N. (2011) From Harm Reduction to Drug User Abstinence: A Journey in Drug Treatment Policy. Journal of Substance Use (16) no3 pp 179-194
Neil McKeganey, Michael Bloor, James McIntosh, Jo Neale, 2008, Key Findings from the Drug Outcomes Research in Scotland Study, Occasional Paper, University of Glasgow