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-Adolescents' awareness of, and involvement with, illicit tobacco in the UK (Letter)Institute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing; University College London
-Behavioural therapy for smoking cessation: The effectiveness of different intervention types for disadvantaged and affluent smokersUniversity of Bath; Institute for Social Marketing; University College London; University College London; University of Nottingham; Institute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing
-Complex Interventions and Complex Systems in Occupational Therapy: an Alternative PerspectiveNMAHP Research; HS Health - Stirling; University College London
-Countering the demand for, and supply of, illicit tobacco: An assessment of the 'North of England Tackling Illicit Tobacco for Better Health' ProgrammeUniversity College London; University College London; University of Nottingham; Institute for Social Marketing; NEMS Market Research; Durham University
-Detailed protocol for the lifestyle intervention in the BeWEL randomised controlled trial of weight loss in adults who have had a colorectal adenomaUniversity of Dundee; University of Dundee; University College London; Institute for Social Marketing; University of Dundee
-Do cravings predict smoking cessation in smokers calling a national quit line: Secondary analyses from a randomised trial for the utility of 'urges to smoke' measuresUniversity of Nottingham; University of Nottingham; University of Nottingham; Institute for Social Marketing; University College London; University of Nottingham
-E-cigarettes: online survey of UK smoking cessation practitionersUniversity of Bath; Roswell Park Cancer Institute; University College London; School of Applied Social Science; ASH LONDON; ASH LONDON; Institute for Social Marketing
-Effect of offering different levels of support and free nicotine replacement therapy via an English national telephone quitline: Randomised controlled trialSocio-Management; University of Nottingham; Institute for Social Marketing; University of Nottingham; University of Glasgow; University of Glasgow; University College London; University of Nottingham
-Evaluation of a drop-in rolling-group model of support to stop smokingInstitute for Social Marketing; Socio-Management; University College London; University of Bath
-How to measure client satisfaction with stop smoking services: A pilot project in the UK National Health ServiceSmoking Cessation Service Research Network; University College London; Bath & North East Somerset Stop Smoking Service; Institute for Social Marketing; Socio-Management; Institute for Social Marketing
-Is the UK's coalition Government serious about public health?University of Birmingham; University of Edinburgh; Institute for Social Marketing; University of Nottingham; University of Nottingham; University of Nottingham; New York University; University of London; Institute for Social Marketing; University of Nottingham; University of Nottingham; University of Bristol; University College London
-Managing the risk of suicide in acute psychiatric inpatients: A clinical judgement analysis of staff predictions of imminent suicide riskUniversity of York; University College London; University of Manchester; NHS Forth Valley; NMAHP Research
-Protocol for the proactive or reactive telephone smoking cessation support (PORTSSS) trialUniversity of Nottingham; University College London; Institute for Social Marketing; Socio-Management; University of Glasgow; University of Nottingham
-Quit attempts in response to smokefree legislation in EnglandUniversity of Bath; University College London; University College London; Institute for Social Marketing
-Set points, settling points and some alternative models: theoretical options to understand how genes and environments combine to regulate body adiposityUniversity of Aberdeen; Cornell University; University of Alabama at Birmingham; University of Alabama at Birmingham; Sam Houston State University, TX; University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, USA; AstraZeneca; University of Fribourg, Switzerland; NHS Health Scotland; University of Duisburg-Essen; University of Leeds; University of Birmingham; Medical Research Council; Cambridge University Hospitals NHS; University of Manchester; Loyola University, Chicago; University College London; University of Cambridge; University of Minnesota; Universite Laval, Canada; Stanford University; Pennsylvania State University; Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust; University of Maastricht
-Should smokers be offered assistance with stopping? (Editorial)University College London; University of Nottingham; University of Nottingham; Institute for Social Marketing; University of Nottingham; University of London; ASH LONDON; University College London; University College London
-Socioeconomic status and smoking: A reviewUniversity of Bath; Institute for Social Marketing; University of Edinburgh; University College London; University of Bristol
-Stop smoking service clients' views following the introduction of smoke-free legislation in EnglandUniversity of Nottingham; Institute for Social Marketing; University College London
-Study protocol for BeWEL: The impact of a BodyWEight and physicaL activity intervention on adults at risk of developing colorectal adenomasUniversity of Dundee; University of Dundee; University of Dundee; University of Dundee; University of Dundee; University of Dundee; NHS Tayside; NHS Tayside; University of Strathclyde; University of Aberdeen; Institute for Social Marketing; University College London; University of Dundee; University of Dundee
-Tackling Illicit Tobacco for Better Health - Final Evaluation ReportUniversity of Nottingham; Durham University; University of Nottingham; Institute for Social Marketing; University of Nottingham; Durham University; Institute for Social Marketing; Durham University; Northumbria University; University College London; Durham University; University College London