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Incentives for smoking cessation.
- C. Notley, S. Gentry, Jonathan Livingstone-Banks, L. Bauld, R. Perera, J. Hartmann-Boyce
- The Cochrane database of systematic reviews
BACKGROUND Financial incentives, monetary or vouchers, are widely used in an attempt to precipitate, reinforce and sustain behaviour change, including smoking cessation. They have been used in… Expand
A systematic review of low back pain and sciatica patients' expectations and experiences of health care.
BACKGROUND CONTEXT Previous systematic reviews of patients' experience of health services have used mixed qualitative and quantitative studies. This review focused on qualitative studies, which are… Expand
The impact of offering a relatives' clinic on the satisfaction of the next-of-kin of critical care patients-a prospective time-interrupted trial.
BACKGROUND Families have been shown to be dissatisfied with the frequency of doctor communication in the Critical Care setting. Discussions with families are often conducted in an ad-hoc fashion. We… Expand
The Experience of Long-Term Opiate Maintenance Treatment and Reported Barriers to Recovery: A Qualitative Systematic Review
Background/Aim: To inform understanding of the experience of long-term opiate maintenance and identify barriers to recovery. Methods: A qualitative systematic review. Results: 14 studies in 17… Expand
A Qualitative Exploration of the Role of Vape Shop Environments in Supporting Smoking Abstinence
- Emma Ward, S. Cox, L. Dawkins, Sarah Jakes, R. Holland, C. Notley
- Psychology, Medicine
- International journal of environmental research…
- 1 February 2018
E-cigarettes are the most popular method of quitting smoking in England and most are purchased in specialist vape shops. This qualitative study explores how the vape shop environment is experienced… Expand
Perception of need and barriers to access: the mental health needs of young people attending a Youth Offending Team in the UK.
- J. Walsh, Victoria Scaife, C. Notley, J. Dodsworth, G. Schofield
- Psychology, Medicine
- Health & social care in the community
- 1 July 2011
This study used a mixed methodology with young offenders attending a Youth Offending Service to identify, with regard to mental health problems, perceptions of level of need, experiences of and views… Expand
Four groups of illicit substance users amongst the adult ‘hidden’ non-problematic community
- C. Notley
- 1 August 2005
This paper describes and distinguishes between adult drug users’ perceptions of their own drug use. Focusing on ‘non-problematic’ (non-addicted) users over the age of 25 amongst a non-agency… Expand
Postpartum smoking relapse--a thematic synthesis of qualitative studies.
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Many women quit smoking during pregnancy, but relapse after the baby is born. To understand why and identify ways of preventing this, this study reviewed the qualitative… Expand
Treatment retention, drug use and social functioning outcomes in those receiving 3 months versus 1 month of supervised opioid maintenance treatment. Results from the Super C randomized controlled…
AIM Supervised consumption of opioid maintenance treatment (OMT) is standard in many drug centres reducing drug diversion, but is costly. We aimed to determine whether supervised consumption of OMT… Expand
Experiencing mental health diagnosis: a systematic review of service user, clinician, and carer perspectives across clinical settings.
- A. Perkins, Joseph Ridler, Daniel Browes, G. Peryer, C. Notley, C. Hackmann
- Medicine, Psychology
- The lancet. Psychiatry
- 1 September 2018
Receiving a mental health diagnosis can be pivotal for service users, and it has been described in both positive and negative terms. What influences service-user experience of the diagnostic process… Expand