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BEST, David and COLMAN, Charlotte (2019). Desistance and recovery special issue – introduction and overview. Addiction research & theory, 27 (1), 1-2.

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BECKWITH, Melinda, BEST, David, SAVIC, Michael, HASLAM, Catherine, BATHISH, Ramez, DINGLE, Genevieve, MACKENZIE, Jock, STAIGER, Petra and LUBMAN, Dan (2019). Social identity mapping in addiction recovery (SIM-AR): extension and application of a visual method. Addiction research and theory.

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HASLAM, Catherine, BEST, David, A. DINGLE, Genevieve, STAIGER, Petra K., SAVIC, Michael, BATHISH, Ramez, MACKENZIE, Jock, BECKWITH, Melinda, KELLY, Ashleigh J. and LUBMAN, Dan I. (2019). Social group membership before treatment for substance dependence predicts early identification and engagement with treatment communities. Addiction research & theory, 1-10.

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BEST, David, HALL, Lauren and MUSGROVE, Amy (2018). The bridge between social identity and community capital on the path to recovery and desistance. Probation Journal, 65 (4), 394-406.

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HALL, Lauren Jay, BEST, David, OGDEN-WEBB, Clare, DIXON, Jacqui and HESLOP, Rob (2018). Building bridges to the community: the Kirkham Family Connectors (KFC) Prison Programme. The Howard Journal of Crime and Justice, 57 (4), 518-536.

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BEST, David and COLMAN, Charlotte (2018). Let’s celebrate recovery. Inclusive Cities working together to support social cohesion. Addiction Research and Theory, 27 (1), 55-64. (In Press)

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BLIUC, Ana-Maria, DOAN, Tuyet-Ngan and BEST, David (2018). Sober social networks: the role of online support groups in recovery from alcohol addiction. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 29 (2), 121-132.

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BUTLER, Mark, SAVIC, Michael, BEST, David, MANNING, Victoria, MILLS, Katherine L. and LUBMAN, Dan I. (2018). Wellbeing and coping strategies of alcohol and other drug therapeutic community workers: a qualitative study. Therapeutic Communities, 39 (3), 118-128.

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BEST, David, SAVIC, Michael, BATHISH, Ramez, EDWARDS, Michael, IRVING, James, CANO, Ivan and ALBERTSON, Kathy (2018). Life in recovery in Australia and the United Kingdom : do stages of recovery differ across national boundaries? Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly.

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ELMS, Elizabeth, SAVIC, Michael, BATHISH, Ramez, BEST, David, MANNING, Victoria and LUBMAN, Dan I. (2018). Multiple pathways to recovery, multiple roads to well-being: an analysis of recovery pathways in the Australian Life in Recovery survey. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly.

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BEST, David and EDWARDS, Michael (2018). Editorial: international experiences of life in recovery. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly.

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EDWARDS, Michael, BEST, David, IRVING, James and ANDERSSON, Catrin (2018). Life in recovery: a families’ perspective. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 1-22.

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BEST, David, VANDERPLASSCHEN, Wouter, VAN DE MHEEN, Dike, DE MAEYER, Jessica, COLMAN, Charlotte, VANDER LAENEN, Freya, IRVING, James, ANDERSSON, Catrin, EDWARDS, Michael, BELLAERT, Lore, MARTINELLI, Thomas, GRAHAM, Simon, HAMER, Rebecca and NAGELHOUT, Gera E. (2018). REC-PATH (Recovery Pathways): overview of a four-country study of pathways to recovery from problematic drug use. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly.

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BEST, David (2018). Emotional Dysregulation as a target in the treatment of co-existing substance use and borderline personality disorders: A pilot study. Clinical Psychologist, 22 (2), 112-125.

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EDWARDS, Michael, SOUTER, Josie and BEST, David (2018). Co-producing and re-connecting: a pilot study of recovery community engagement. Drugs and Alcohol Today, 18 (1), 39-50.

HEATHER, Nick, BEST, David, KAWALEK, Anna, FIELD, Matt, LEWIS, Marc, ROTGERS, Frederick, WIERS, Reinout W. and HEIM, Derek (2018). Challenging the brain disease model of addiction: European launch of the addiction theory network. Addiction Research and Theory, 26 (4), 249-255.

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BEST, David, BLIUC, Ana-Maria, IQBAL, Muhammad, UPTON, Katie and HODGKINS, Steve (2018). Mapping social identity change in online networks of addiction recovery. Addiction Research & Theory, 26 (3), 163-173.

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WESTON, Samantha, HONOR, Stuart and BEST, David (2018). A tale of two towns: A comparative study exploring the possibilities and pitfalls of social capital among people seeking recovery from substance misuse. Substance Use & Misuse, 53 (3), 490-500.

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CANO, Ivan, BEST, David, EDWARDS, Michael and LEHMAN, John (2017). Recovery capital pathways : modelling the components of recovery wellbeing. Drug and alcohol dependence, 181, 11-19.

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BLIUC, Ana-Maria and BEST, David (2017). Building addiction recovery capital through online participation in a recovery community. Social Science and Medicine, 193, 110-117.

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LLOYD, Belinda, ZAHNOW, Renee, BARRATT, Monica J., BEST, David, LUBMAN, Dan I. and FERRIS, Jason (2017). Exploring mortality among drug treatment clients: The relationship between treatment type and mortality. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 82, 22-28.

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VILSAINT, Corrie L., KELLY, John F., BERGMAN, Brandon G., GROSHKOVA, Teodora, BEST, David and WHITE, William (2017). Development and validation of a Brief Assessment of Recovery Capital (BARC-10) for alcohol and drug use disorder. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 177, 71-76.

ROME, Andrew M., MCCARTNEY, David, BEST, David and RUSH, Robert (2017). Changes in substance use and risk behaviors one year after treatment: Outcomes associated with a quasi-residential rehabilitation service for alcohol and drug users in Edinburgh. Journal of Groups in Addiction & Recovery, 12 (2-3), 86-98.

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BEST, David (2017). Why the mechanisms of 12-Step behaviour change should matter to clinicians. Addiction, 112 (6), 938-939.

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SAVIC, Michael, BEST, David, MANNING, Victoria and LUBMAN, Dan I. (2017). Strategies to facilitate integrated care for people with alcohol and other drug problems: a systematic review. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, 12 (19).

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BARKER, S. Fiona, MANNING, Victoria, BEST, David W., SAVIC, Michael and LUBMAN, Dan I. (2017). Alcohol, drug and related health and wellbeing issues among young people completing an online screen. Australasian Psychiatry, 25 (2), 130-134.

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BEST, David, DE ALWIS, Stephanie Judith and BURDETT, Donna (2017). The recovery movement and its implications for policy, commissioning and practice. Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 34 (2), 107-111.

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MANNING, Victoria, GARFIELD, Joshua, BEST, David, BERENDS, Lynda, ROOM, Robin, MUGAVIN, Janette, LARNER, Andrew, LAM, Tina, BUYCX, Penny, ALLSOP, Steve and LUBMAN, Dan (2017). Substance use outcomes following treatment : findings from the Australian Patient Pathways Study. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 51 (2), 177-189.

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BATHISH, Ramez, BEST, David, SAVIC, Michael, BECKWITH, Melinda, MACKENZIE, Jock and LUBMAN, Dan I. (2017). “Is it me or should my friends take the credit?” The role of social networks and social identity in recovery from addiction. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 47 (1), 35-46.

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ALBRECHT, Bonnie, STAIGER, Petra K., BEST, David, HALL, Kate, NIELSEN, Suzanne, LUBMAN, Dan I. and MILLER, Peter (2017). Benzodiazepine use of community-based violent offenders : a preliminary investigation. Journal of Substance Use, 22 (3), 295-303.

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BEST, David and DE ALWIS, Stephanie (2017). Community recovery as a public health intervention: The contagion of hope. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 35 (3), 187-199.

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BEST, David, IRVING, James and ALBERTSON, Katherine (2017). Recovery and desistance : what the emerging recovery movement in the alcohol and drug area can learn from models of desistance from offending. Addiction Theory and Research, 25 (1), 1-10.

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BEST, David, IRVING, James, ANDERSSON, Catrin and EDWARDS, Michael (2017). Recovery identity and wellbeing: is it better to be 'recovered' or 'in recovery'? Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery, 12 (1), 27-36.

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BEST, David, IRVING, James, COLLINSON, Beth, ANDERSSON, Catrin and EDWARDS, Michael (2017). Recovery networks and community connections: identifying connection needs and community linkage opportunities in early recovery populations. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 35 (1), 2-15.

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MAWSON, E., BEST, David and LUBMAN, D.I. (2016). Associations between social identity diversity, compatibility, and recovery capital amongst young people in substance use treatment. Addictive Behaviors Reports, 4, 70-77.

BEST, David (2016). Developing strengths-based recovery systems through community connections. Addiction. (In Press)

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MITCHELL, Penelope F., KUTIN, Jozica J., DALEY, Kathryn, BEST, David and BRUUN, Andrew J. (2016). Gender differences in psychosocial complexity for a cohort of adolescents attending youth-specific substance abuse services. Children and Youth Services Review, 68, 34-43.

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PATERSON, Craig and BEST, David (2016). Policing vulnerability through building community connections. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 10 (2), 150-157.

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HALL, Kate, STAIGER, Petra K., SIMPSON, Angela, BEST, David and LUBMAN, Dan I. (2016). After 30 years of dissemination, have we achieved sustained practice change in motivational interviewing? Addiction, 111 (7), 1144-1150.

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ALBRECHT, Bonnie, STAIGER, Petra K., HALL, Kate, KAMBOUROPOULOS, Nicolas and BEST, David (2016). Motivational drive and alprazolam misuse : a recipe for aggression? Psychiatry Research, 240, 381-389.

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BEST, David, SAVIC, Michael, MUGAVIN, Janette, MANNING, Victoria and LUBMAN, Dan I. (2016). Engaging with 12-Step and Other Mutual Aid Groups During and After Treatment: Addressing Workers’ Negative Beliefs and Attitudes through Training. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 34 (3), 303-314.

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BEST, David and LUBMAN, Dan Ian (2016). Friends matter but so does their substance use: The impact of social networks on substance use, offending and wellbeing among young people attending specialist alcohol and drug treatment services. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 24 (1), 111-117.

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BEST, David (2016). An unlikely hero? : challenging stigma through community engagement. Drugs and Alcohol Today, 16 (1), 106-116.

BEST, David, BESWICK, Tracy, HODGKINS, Steve and IDLE, Matt (2016). Recovery, ambitions, and aspirations: an exploratory project to build a recovery community by generating a skilled recovery workforce. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 34 (1), 3-14.

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BEST, David, SAVIC, Michael and DALEY, Peter (2016). The Well-Being of Alcohol and Other Drug Counsellors in Australia: Strengths, Risks, and Implications. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 34 (2), 223-232.

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BARKER, S. Fiona, BEST, David, MANNING, Victoria, SAVIC, Michael, LUBMAN, Dan I. and RUSH, Brian (2016). A tiered model of substance use severity and life complexity : potential for application to needs-based planning. Substance Abuse, 37 (4), 526-533.

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MAWSON, E., BEST, D., BECKWITH, M., DINGLE, G. A. and LUBMAN, D. I. (2015). Social identity, social networks and recovery capital in emerging adulthood: a pilot study. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, 10 (45), 1-11.

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BEST, David, BECKWITH, Melinda, HASLAM, Catherine, HASLAM, S. Alexander, JETTEN, Jolanda, MAWSON, Emily and LUBMAN, Dan I (2015). Overcoming alcohol and other drug addiction as a process of social identity transition : the social identity model of recovery (SIMOR). Addiction Research and Theory, 24 (2), 111-123.

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ALBERTSON, Katherine, IRVING, James and BEST, David (2015). A Social Capital approach to assisting veterans through recovery and desistance transitions in civilian life. The Howard Journal Of Criminal Justice, 54 (4), 384-396.

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DINGLE, Genevieve A., STARK, Claire, CRUWYS, Tegan and BEST, David (2015). Breaking good : breaking ties with social groups may be good for recovery from substance misuse. British Journal of Social Psychology, 54 (2), 236-254.

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BEST, David, HALL, Kate, GUTHRIE, Anna, ABBATANGELO, Moses, HUNTER, Barbara and LUBMAN, Dan (2015). Development and implementation of a structured intervention for alcohol use disorders for telephone helpline services. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 33 (1), 118-131.

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BECKWITH, Melinda, BEST, David, DINGLE, Genevieve, PERRYMAN, Cassandra and LUBMAN, Dan (2015). Predictors of flexibility in social identity among people entering a therapeutic community for substance abuse. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 33 (1), 93-104.

BEST, David, MCKITTERICK, Trish, BESWICK, Tracy and SAVIC, Michael (2015). Recovery capital and social networks among people in treatment and among those in recovery in York, England. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 33 (3), 270-282.

SAVIC, Michael, BARKER, S. Fiona, BEST, David and LUBMAN, Dan I. (2014). Alcohol problems among migrants in substance use treatment : the role of drinking patterns in countries of birth. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 20 (3), p. 220.

ALBRECHT, B., STAIGER, P. K., HALL, K., MILLER, P., BEST, David and LUBMAN, D. I. (2014). Benzodiazepine use and aggressive behaviour : a systematic review. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 48 (12), 1096-1114.

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PILLAY, Irene, BEST, David and LUBMAN, Dan I. (2014). Exploring clinician attitudes to addiction recovery in Victoria, Australia. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 32 (4), 375-392.

BEST, David, WILSON, A. S., MACLEAN, S., SAVIC, M., REED, M., BRUUN, A. and LUBMAN, D. I. (2014). Patterns of family conflict and their impact on substance use and psychosocial outcomes in a sample of young people in treatment. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies, 9 (2), 114-122.

MACLEAN, S. J., KUTIN, J., BEST, David, BRUUN, A. and GREEN, R. (2014). Risk profiles for early adolescents who regularly use alcohol and other drugs compared with older youth. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies, 9 (1), 17-27.

BEST, David, LUBMAN, D. I., SAVIC, M., WILSON, A., DINGLE, G., HASLAM, S. A., HASLAM, C. and JETTEN, J. (2014). Social and transitional identity : exploring social networks and their significance in a therapeutic community setting. Therapeutic Communities, 35 (1), 10-20.

STENTON, Jo-ann, BEST, David and ROBERTS, Bridget (2014). Social support, group involvement, and well-being among the family and friends of problem drinkers. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery, 9 (3), 199-221.

BEST, David, BYRNE, G., PULLEN, D., KELLY, J., ELLIOT, K. and SAVIC, M. (2014). Therapeutic communities and the local community : isolation or integration? Therapeutic Communities, 35 (4), 150-158.

BEST, David, WHITE, E, CAMERON, J., GUTHRIE, A., HUNTER, B., HALL, K., LEICESTER, S. and LUBMAN, D. I. (2014). A model for predicting clinician satisfaction with clinical supervision. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 32 (1), 67-78.

BEST, David, WILSON, A., REED, M., LLOYD, B., EADE, A. and LUBMAN, D. I. (2013). Alprazolam and wider benzodiazepine misuse in Australia : sources of supply and evidence of harms. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 47 (1), 94-95.

SAVIC, Michael, BEST, David, RODDA, Simone and LUBMAN, Dan I. (2013). Exploring the focus and experiences of smartphone applications for addiction recovery. Journal of Addictive Diseases, 32 (3), 310-319.

LLOYD, B., BARRATT, M. J., FERRIS, J., BEST, David and LUBMAN, D. I. (2013). Factors influencing mortality among alcohol and drug treatment clients in Victoria, Australia : the role of demographic and substance use characteristics. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 47 (9), 859-867.

BEST, David, LOUDON, L., POWELL, D., GROSHKOVA, T. and WHITE, W. (2013). Identifying and recruiting recovery champions : exploratory action research in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery, 8 (3), 169-184.

VAN MELICK, Marleen, MCCARTNEY, David and BEST, David (2013). Ongoing recovery support and peer networks : a preliminary investigation of recovery peer supporters and their peers. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery, 8 (3), 185-199.

WILSON, Ann S, BEST, David, SAVIC, Michael and LUBMAN, Dan I (2013). Online screening for alcohol and other drug problems : an acceptable method for accessing help. Medical Journal of Australia, 199 (3), p. 170.

SAVIC, Michael, BEST, David, BERENDS, Lynda and LUBMAN, Dan I. (2013). Standardized screening measures for alcohol and other drug problems : completion rates and impact on treatment motivation. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 31 (2), 224-240.

HEILBRONN, C., GAO, C. X., LLOYD, B., SMITH, K., BEST, David and LUBMAN, D. I. (2013). Trends in amphetaminerelated harms in Victoria. Medical Journal of Australia, 199 (6), p. 395.

GROSHKOVA, T., BEST, David and WHITE, W. (2013). The assessment of recovery capital : properties and psychometrics of a measure of addiction recovery strengths. Drug and Alcohol Review, 32 (2), 187-194.

BEST, David, SAVIC, M., BECKWITH, M., HONOR, S., KARPUSHEFF, J. and LUBMAN, D. I. (2013). The role of abstinence and activity in the quality of life of drug users engaged in treatment. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 45 (3), 273-279.

MANNING, V., BEST, David, FAULKNER, N., TITHERINGTON, E., MORINAN, A., KEANEY, F., GOSSOP, M. and STRANG, J. (2012). Does active referral by a doctor or 12-Step peer improve 12-Step meeting attendance? : results from a pilot randomised control trial. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 126 (1-2), 131-137.

MCAULEY, Andrew, BEST, David, TAYLOR, Avril, HUNTER, Carole and ROBERTSON, Roy (2012). From evidence to policy : the Scottish national naloxone programme. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 19 (4), 309-319.

BEST, David, GOW, J., KNOX, T., TAYLOR, A., GROSHKOVA, T. and WHITE, W. (2012). Mapping the recovery stories of drinkers and drug users in Glasgow : quality of life and its associations with measures of recovery capital. Drug and Alcohol Review, 31 (3), 334-341.

BEST, David, HONOR, S., KARPUSHEFF, J., LOUDON, L., HALL, R., GROSHKOVA, T. and WHITE, W. (2012). Well-being and recovery functioning among substance users engaged in posttreatment recovery support groups. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 30 (4), 397-406.

BEST, David and LUBMAN, D. I. (2012). The emergence of a recovery movement for alcohol and drug dependence. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 46 (6), p. 586.

MCAULEY, Andrew and BEST, David (2012). A quantitative exploration of risk factors associated with drug-related deaths involving heroin, alcohol or methadone in the West of Scotland. Addiction Research and Theory, 20 (2), 153-161.

BEST, David and LUBMAN, Dan I. (2012). The recovery paradigm : a model of hope and change for alcohol and drug addiction. Australian Family Physician, 41 (8), 593-597.

HIBBERT, L. J. and BEST, David (2011). Assessing recovery and functioning in former problem drinkers at different stages of their recovery journeys. Drug and Alcohol Review, 30 (1), 12-20.

KING, R. and BEST, David (2011). Cognitive functioning and cognitive style among drug users in maintenance substitution treatment. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 18 (2), 132-139.

BEST, David and BALL, G. (2011). Recovery and public policy : driving the strategy by raising political awareness. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery, 6 (1-2), 7-19.

BEST, David, GOW, J., TAYLOR, A., KNOX, A. and WHITE, W. (2011). Recovery from heroin or alcohol dependence : a qualitative account of the recovery experience in Glasgow. Journal of Drug Issues, 41 (3), 359-378.

GROSHKOVA, T., BEST, David and WHITE, W. (2011). Recovery group participation scale (RGPS) : factor structure in alcohol and heroin recovery populations. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery, 6 (1-2), 76-92.

BEST, David, GROSHKOVA, T., SADLER, J., DAY, E. and WHITE, W. L. (2011). What is recovery? : functioning and recovery stories of self-identified people in recovery in a services user group and their peer networks in Birmingham England. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 29 (3), 293-313.

GROSHKOVA, T. and BEST, David (2011). The evolution of a UK evidence base for substance misuse recovery. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery, 6 (1-2), 20-37.

BEST, David, WALKER, D., ASTON, E., PEGRAM, C. and O'DONNELL, G. (2010). Assessing the impact of a high-intensity partnership between the police and drug treatment service in addressing the offending of problematic drug users. Policing and Society, 20 (3), 358-369.

BEST, David, GROSHKOVA, T., LOARING, J., GHUFRAN, S., DAY, E. and TAYLOR, A. (2010). Comparing the addiction careers of heroin and alcohol users and their self-reported reasons for achieving abstinence. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery, 5 (3), 289-305.

BEST, David, WOOD, K., SWEETING, R., MORGAN, B. and DAY, E. (2010). Fitting a quart into a black box : keyworking in quasi-coercive drug treatment in England. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 17 (4), 370-387.

GASTON, R. S. L., BEST, David, DAY, E. and WHITE, W. (2010). Perceptions of 12-step interventions among UK substance-misuse patients attending residential inpatient treatment in a UK treatment setting. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery, 5 (3), 306-323.

BEST, David, BAMBER, S., BATTERSBY, A., GILMAN, M., GROSHKOVA, T., HONOR, S., MCCARTNEY, D., YATES, R. and WHITE, W. (2010). Recovery and straw men : an analysis of the objections raised to the transition to a recovery model in UK addiction services. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery, 5 (3), 264-288.

MAYET, Soraya, MANNING, Victoria, SHERIDAN, Janie, BEST, David and STRANG, John (2010). The virtual disappearance of injectable opioids for heroin addiction under the ‘British System’. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 17 (5), 496-506.

SMITH, A. C., BEST, David and DAY, E. (2009). Assessing non-injecting heroin use in Birmingham, UK : a comparison of characteristics and reasons for non-injecting in samples of never-injected and formerly-injecting heroin users in contact with adult drug treatment. Journal of Drug Issues, 39 (3), 477-493.

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GASTON, R. L., BEST, David, MANNING, V. and DAY, E. (2009). Can we prevent drug related deaths by training opioid users to recognise and manage overdoses? Harm Reduction Journal, 6, p. 26.

BEST, David, SEGAL, J. and DAY, E. (2009). Changing patterns of heroin and crack use during pregnancy and beyond. Journal of Substance Use, 14 (2), 124-132.

MANNING, V., BETTERIDGE, S., WANIGARATNE, S., BEST, David, STRANG, J. and GOSSOP, M. (2009). Cognitive impairment in dual diagnosis inpatients with schizophrenia and alcohol use disorder. Schizophrenia Research, 114 (1-3), 98-104.

PACKER, G., BEST, David, DAY, E. and WOOD, K. (2009). Criminal thinking and self-control among drug users in court mandated treatment. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 9 (1), 93-110.

MANNING, Victoria, BEST, David, FAULKNER, Nathan and TITHERINGTON, Emily (2009). New estimates of the number of children living with substance misusing parents: results from UK national household surveys. BMC Public Health, 9.

DAY, E., BEST, David, SWEETING, R., RUSSELL, R., WEBB, K., GEORGIOU, G. and NEUBERGER, J. (2009). Predictors of psychological morbidity in liver transplant assessment candidates : is alcohol abuse or dependence a factor? Transplant International, 22 (6), 606-614.

SIMPSON, Dwayne, ROWAN-SZAL, Grace A., JOE, George W., BEST, David, DAY, Ed and CAMPBELL, Angela (2009). Relating counselor attributes to client engagement in England. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 36 (3), 313-320.

BEST, David, DAY, E., CAMPBELL, A., FLYNN, P. M. and SIMPSON, D. D. (2009). Relationship between drug treatment engagement and criminal thinking style among drug-using offenders. European Addiction Research, 15 (2), 71-77.

BEST, David, DAY, E., MORGAN, B., OZA, T., COPELLO, A. and GOSSOP, M. (2009). What treatment means in practice : an analysis of the delivery of evidence-based interventions in criminal justice drug treatment services in Birmingham, England. Addiction Research and Theory, 17 (6), 678-687.

GREAVES, A., BEST, David, DAY, E. and FOSTER, A. (2009). Young people in coerced drug treatment : does the UK Drug Intervention Programme provide a useful and effective service to young offenders? Addiction Research and Theory, 17 (1), 17-29.

BEST, David, GHUFRAN, Safeena, DAY, Ed, RAY, Rajashree and LOARING, Jessica (2008). Breaking the habit : a retrospective analysis of desistance factors among formerly problematic heroin users. Drug and Alcohol Review, 27 (6), 619-624.

MANNING, V., WANIGARATNE, S., BEST, David, HILL, R. G., REED, L. J., BALL, D., MARSHALL, J., GOSSOP, M. and STRANG, J. (2008). Changes in neuropsychological functioning during alcohol detoxification. European Addiction Research, 14 (4), 226-233.

DAY, E., BEST, David, COPELLO, A., YOUNG, H., KHOOSAL, N. and MODERN, N. (2008). Characteristics of drug-using patients and treatment provided in primary and secondary settings. Journal of Substance Use, 13 (1), 27-35.

DAY, E., BEST, David, SWEETING, R., RUSSELL, R., WEBB, K., GEORGIOU, G. and NEUBERGER, J. (2008). Detecting lifetime alcohol problems in individuals referred for liver transplantation for nonalcoholic liver failure. Liver Transplantation, 14 (11), 1609-1613.

MANNING, Victoria, STRATHDEE, Geraldine, BEST, David, KEANEY, Francis, BHUI, Kamuldeep and GOSSOP, Michael (2008). Differences in mental health, substance use, and other problems among dual diagnosis patients attending psychiatric or substance misuse treatment services. Mental Health and Substance Use, 1 (1), 54-63.

BEST, David, WALKER, Debbie, FOSTER, Angela, ELLIS-GRAY, Stephanie and DAY, Edward (2008). Gender differences in risk and treatment uptake in drug using offenders assessed in custody suite settings. Policing and Society, 18 (4), 474-485.

BEST, David, DAY, E., MCCARTHY, T., DARLINGTON, I. and PINCHBECK, K. (2008). The Hierarchy of Needs and care planning in addiction services : what Maslow can tell us about addressing competing priorities? Addiction Research and Theory, 16 (4), 305-307.

BEST, David, DAY, E., CANTILLANO, V., GASTON, R. L., NAMBAMALI, A., SWEETING, R. and KEANEY, F. (2008). Mapping heroin careers : utilising a standardised history-taking method to assess the speed of escalation of heroin using careers in a treatment-seeking cohort. Drug and Alcohol Review, 27 (2), 165-170.

DAY, E., BEST, David, CANTILLANO, V., GASTON, R. L., NAMBAMALI, A. and KEANEY, F. (2008). Measuring the use and career histories of drug users in treatment : reliability of the Lifetime Drug Use History (LDUH) and its data yield relative to clinical case notes. Drug and Alcohol Review, 27 (2), 171-177.

STRANG, John, MANNING, Victoria, MAYET, Soraya, BEST, David, TITHERINGTON, Emily, SANTANA, Laura, OFFOR, Elizabeth and SEMMLER, Claudia (2008). Overdose training and take-home naloxone for opiate users : prospective cohort study of impact on knowledge and attitudes and subsequent management of overdoses. Addiction, 103 (10), 1648-1657.

BEST, David, DAY, E., HOMAYOUN, S., LENTON, H., MOVERLEY, R. and OPENSHAW, M. (2008). Treatment retention in the Drug Intervention Programme : do primary drug users fare better than primary offenders? Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 15 (2), 201-209.

MEIER, Petra, BEST, David and DAY, Ed (2007). Detoxification in rehabilitation in England : effective continuity of care or unhappy bedfellows? Journal of Substance Use, 12 (4), 293-300.

BEST, David, DAY, E. and CAMPBELL, A. (2007). Developing a method for conducting needs assessments for drug treatment : a systems approach. Addiction Research and Theory, 15 (3), 263-275.

CAMPBELL, A. and BEST, David (2007). Diminishing returns : what is the role of the methadone reduction prescription in English drug treatment services? Journal of Substance Use, 12 (3), 145-149.

STRANG, John, MANNING, Victoria, MAYET, Soraya, RIDGE, Gayle, BEST, David and SHERIDAN, Janie (2007). Does prescribing for opiate addiction change after national guidelines? : methadone and buprenorphine prescribing to opiate addicts by general practitioners and hospital doctors in England, 1995-2005. Addiction, 102 (5), 761-770.

DAY, E. D., BEST, David, GEORGE, S. and COPELLO, A. (2007). Drug users' experiences of prescribed injectable methadone : the impact on drug use and perceptions of stability. Journal of Drug Issues, 37 (2), 341-356.

MCCAMBRIDGE, J., GOSSOP, M., BESWICK, T., BEST, David, BEARN, J., REES, S. and STRANG, J. (2007). In-patient detoxification procedures, treatment retention, and post-treatment opiate use : comparison of lofexidine+naloxone, lofexidine+placebo, and methadone. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 88 (1), 91-95.

DAY, E. and BEST, David (2007). Natural history of substance-related problems. Psychiatry, 6 (1), 12-15.

BEST, David, MANNING, V. and STRANG, J. (2007). Retrospective recall of heroin initiation and the impact on peer networks. Addiction Research and Theory, 15 (4), 397-410.

MANNING, V., WANIGARATNE, S., BEST, David, STRATHDEE, G., SCHROVER, I. and GOSSOP, M. (2007). Screening for cognitive functioning in psychiatric outpatients with schizophrenia, alcohol dependence, and dual diagnosis. Schizophrenia Research, 91 (1-3), 151-158.

DAY, E., BEST, David, ISON, J., KEANEY, F., STRANG, J. and BUNTWAL, N. (2006). Do psychiatrists make a difference? : impact of levels of medical input to the range of treatment provided in in-patient drug detoxification services. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 13 (6), 577-585.

STRANG, J., KELLEHER, M., BEST, David, MAYET, S. and MANNING, V. (2006). Emergency naloxone for heroin overdose. British Medical Journal (BMJ), 333 (7569), 614-615.

BEST, David, MANNING, V., GOSSOP, M., GROSS, S. and STRANG, J. (2006). Excessive drinking and other problem behaviours among 14-16 year old schoolchildren. Addictive Behaviors, 31 (8), 1424-1435.

BEST, David, HAVIS, Siobhan, PAYNE-JAMES, J.J. and STARK, Margaret M. (2006). Near miss incidents in police custody suites in London in 2003 : a feasibility study. Journal of Clinical Forensic Medicine, 13 (2), 60-64.

MEIER, Petra and BEST, David (2006). Programme factors that influence completion of residential treatment. Drug and Alcohol Review, 25 (4), 349-355.

BEST, David, GROSS, S., MANNING, V., GOSSOP, M., WITTON, J. and STRANG, J. (2005). Cannabis use in adolescents : the impact of risk and protective factors and social functioning. Drug and Alcohol Review, 24 (6), 483-488.

HAVIS, Siobhan, BEST, David and CARTER, Jane (2005). Concealment of drugs by police detainees : lessons learned from adverse incidents and from ‘routine’ clinical practice. Journal of Clinical Forensic Medicine, 12 (5), 237-241.

STRATHDEE, Geraldine, MANNING, Victoria, BEST, David, KEANEY, Francis, BHUI, Kam, WITTON, John, WALL, Sharon, MCGILLVRAY, Lauren, MARSDEN, John, JOHNSON, Fiona, PIEK, Chantal and WILSON-JONES, Charlotte (2005). Dual diagnosis in a Primary Care Group (PCG) (100,000 population locality): a step-by-step epidemiological needs assessment and design of a training and service response model. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 12 (s1), 119-123.

STRANG, John, BEST, David, RIDGE, Gayle, GOSSOP, Michael and FARRELL, Michael (2005). Randomised clinical trial of the effects of time on a waiting list on clinical outcomes in opiate addicts awaiting outpatient treatment. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 12 (s1), 115-118.

O'GARA, Colin, KEANEY, Francis, BEST, David, HARRIS, Jennifer, BOYS, Annabel, LEONARD, Feargal, KELLEHER, Michael and STRANG, John (2005). Substance misuse training among psychiatric doctors, psychiatric nurses, medical students and nursing students in a South London psychiatric teaching hospital. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 12 (4), 327-336.

BEST, David and EVES, K. (2005). Why are there no lessons learned from road traffic incidents involving the police? Criminology and Criminal Justice, 5 (1), 37-53.

BEST, David, DAY, Ed and KEANEY, Francis (2005). The future for inpatient drug treatment services in England : the need to increase more than just capacity. Journal of Substance Use, 10 (4), 183-186.

BEST, David, MANNING, V., GOSSOP, M., WITTON, J., FLOYD, K., RAWAF, S. and STRANG, J. (2004). Adolescent psychological health problems and delinquency among volatile substance users in a school sample in south London. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 11 (6), 473-482.

BEST, David, BESWICK, T., GOSSOP, M., REES, S., COOMBER, R., WITTON, J. and STRANG, J. (2004). From the deal to the needle : drug purchasing and preparation among heroin users in drug treatment in south London. Addiction Research and Theory, 12 (6), 539-548.

BEST, David, QUIGLEY, A. and BAILEY, A. (2004). Police shooting as a method of self-harming : a review of the evidence for 'suicide by cop' in England and Wales between 1998 and 2001. International Journal of the Sociology of Law, 32 (4), 349-361.

MAN, L. H., BEST, David, GOSSOP, M., STILLWELL, G. and STRANG, J. (2004). Relationship between prescribing and risk of opiate overdose among drug users in and out of maintenance treatment. European Addiction Research, 10 (1), 35-40.

BEST, David, HERNANDO, R., GOSSOP, M., SIDWELL, C. and STRANG, J. (2003). Getting by with a little help from your friends : the impact of peer networks on criminality in a cohort of treatment-seeking drug users. Addictive Behaviors, 28 (3), 597-603.

GOSSOP, M., HARRIS, J., BEST, David, MAN, L. H., MANNING, V., MARSHALL, J. and STRANG, J. (2003). Is attendance at Alcoholics Anonymous meetings after inpatient treatment related to improved outcomes? : a 6-month follow-up study. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 38 (5), 421-426.

STRANG, J., MCCAMBRIDGE, J., BEST, David, BESWICK, T., BEARN, J., REES, S. and GOSSOP, M. (2003). Loss of tolerance and overdose mortality after inpatient opiate detoxification : follow up study. British Medical Journal (BMJ), 326 (7396), 959-960.

BESWICK, T., BEST, David, REES, S., BEARN, J., GOSSOP, M. and STRANG, J. (2003). Major disruptions of sleep during treatment of the opiate withdrawal syndrome : differences between methadone and lofexidine detoxification treatments. Addiction Biology, 8 (1), 49-57.

HARRIS, J., BEST, David, GOSSOP, M., MARSHALL, J., MAN, L. H., MANNING, V. and STRANG, J. (2003). Prior Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) affiliation and the acceptability of the twelve steps to patients entering UK statutory addiction treatment. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 64 (2), 257-261.

BESWICK, T., BEST, David, BEARN, J., GOSSOP, M., REES, S. and STRANG, J. (2003). The effectiveness of combined naloxone/lofexidine in opiate detoxification : results from a double-blind randomized and placebo-controlled trial. American Journal on Addictions, 12 (4), 295-305.

MANNING, V. C., STRATHDEE, G., BEST, David, KEANEY, F., MCGILLIVRAY, L. and WITTON, J. (2002). Dual diagnosis screening : preliminary findings on the comparison of 50 clients attending community mental health services and 50 clients attending community substance misuse services. Journal of Substance Use, 7 (4), 221-228.

BEST, David, NOBLE, A., MAN, L. H., GOSSOP, M., FINCH, E. and STRANG, J. (2002). Factors surrounding long-term benzodiazepine prescribing in methadone maintenance clients. Journal of Substance Use, 7 (3), 175-179.

BESWICK, T., BEST, David, BEARN, J., REES, S., GOSSOP, M., COOMBER, R. and STRANG, J. (2002). From salt injection to naloxone : accuracy and myths in peer resuscitation methods for opiate overdose. Journal of Drug Issues, 32 (4), 1103-1114.

BEST, David, GOSSOP, M., MAN, L. H., STILLWELL, G., COOMBER, R. and STRANG, J. (2002). Peer overdose resuscitation : multiple intervention strategies and time to response by drug users who witness overdose. Drug and Alcohol Review, 21 (3), 269-274.

MARTÍNEZ-RAGA, José, KEANEY, Francis, MARSHALL, E. Jane, BALL, David, BEST, David and STRANG, John (2002). Positive or negative history of childhood sexual abuse among problem drinkers : relationship to substance use disorders and psychiatric co-morbidity. Journal of Substance Use, 7 (1), 34-40.

MAN, L. H., BEST, David, GOSSOP, M., NOBLE, A. and STRANG, J. (2002). Risk of overdose : do those who witness most overdoses also experience most overdoses? Journal of Substance Use, 7 (3), 136-140.

NOBLE, Alison, BEST, David, MAN, Lan-Ho, GOSSOP, Michael and STRANG, John (2002). Self-detoxification attempts among methadone maintenance patients. Addictive Behaviors, 27 (4), 575-584.

BEST, David, NOBLE, A., RIDGE, G., GOSSOP, M., FARRELL, M. and STRANG, J. (2002). The relative impact of waiting time and treatment entry on drug and alcohol use. Addiction Biology, 7 (1), 67-74.

BEST, David, NOBLE, A., STARK, M. and MARSHALL, E. J. (2002). The role of forensic medical examiners and their attitudes on delivering brief alcohol interventions in police custody. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 12 (3), 230-235.

BEST, David, HARRIS, J. C., GOSSOP, M., MANNING, V. C., MAN, L. H., MARSHALL, J., BEARN, J. and STRANG, J. (2001). Are the twelve steps more acceptable to drug users than to drinkers? European Addiction Research, 7 (2), 69-77.

BEST, David, STRANG, J., BESWICK, T. and GOSSOP, M. (2001). Assessment of a concentrated, high-profile police operation : no discernible impact on drug availability, price or purity. British Journal of Criminology, 41 (4), 738-745.

BEST, David, SIDWELL, C., GOSSOP, M., HARRIS, J. and STRANG, J. (2001). Crime and expenditure amongst polydrug misusers seeking treatment : the connection between prescribed methadone and crack use, and criminal involvement. British Journal of Criminology, 41 (1), 119-126.

STRANG, John, KEANEY, Francis, BUTTERWORTH, Gihan, NOBLE, Alison and BEST, David (2001). Different forms of heroin and their relationship to cook-up techniques : data on, and explanation of, use of lemon juice and other acids. Substance Use and Misuse, 36 (5), 573-588.

MANNING, V., BEST, David, RAWAF, S., ROWLEY, J., FLOYD, K. and STRANG, J. (2001). Drug use in adolescence : the relationship between opportunity, initial use and continuation of use of four illicit drugs in a cohort of 14-16-year-olds in South London. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 8 (4), 396-405.

BEST, David, RAWAF, S., ROWLEY, J., FLOYD, K., MANNING, V. and STRANG, J. (2001). Ethnic and gender differences in drinking and smoking among London adolescents. Ethnicity and Health, 6 (1), 51-57.

MARTÍNEZ-RAGA, José, MARSHALL, E. Jane, KEANEY, Francis, BEST, David, BALL, David and STRANG, John (2001). Hepatitis B and C in alcohol-dependent patients admitted to a UK alcohol inpatient treatment unit. Addiction Biology, 6 (4), 363-372.

BESWICK, T., BEST, David, REES, S., COOMBER, R., GOSSOP, M. and STRANG, J. (2001). Multiple drug use : patterns and practices of heroin and crack use in a population of opiate addicts in treatment. Drug and Alcohol Review, 20 (2), 201-204.

BEST, David, MAN, L. H., GOSSOP, M., HARRIS, J., SIDWELL, C. and STRANG, J. (2001). Understanding the developmental relationship between drug use and crime : are drug users the best people to ask? Addiction Research and Theory, 9 (2), 151-164.

BEST, David, GOSSOP, M., MAN, L. H., FINCH, E., GREENWOOD, J. and STRANG, J. (2000). Accidental and deliberate overdose among opiate addicts in methadone maintenance treatment : are deliberate overdoses systematically different? Drug and Alcohol Review, 19 (2), 213-216.

HARRIS, J., BEST, David, MAN, L. H., WELCH, S., GOSSOP, M. and STRANG, J. (2000). Changes in cigarette smoking among alcohol and drug misusers during inpatient detoxification. Addiction Biology, 5 (4), 443-450.

BEST, David, RAWAF, S., ROWLEY, J., FLOYD, K., MANNING, V. and STRANG, J. (2000). Drinking and smoking as concurrent predictors of illicit drug use and positive drug attitudes in adolescents. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 60 (3), 319-321.

BEST, David, MAN, L. H., GOSSOP, M., NOBLE, A. and STRANG, J. (2000). Drug users' experiences of witnessing overdoses : what do they know and what do they need to know? Drug and Alcohol Review, 19 (4), 407-412.

NOBLE, A., BEST, David, FINCH, E., GODDOP, M., SIDWELL, C. and STRANG, J. (2000). Injecting risk behaviour and year of first injection as predictors of hepatitis B and C status among methadone maintenance patients in south London. Journal of Substance Use, 5 (2), 131-135.

NOBLE, A., BEST, David, SIDWELL, C. and STRANG, J. (2000). Is an arcade-style computer game an effective medium for providing drug education to schoolchildren? Education for Health, 13 (3), 404-406.

STRANG, John, BEST, David, MAN, Lan-Ho, NOBLE, Alison and GOSSOP, Michael (2000). Peer-initiated overdose resuscitation : fellow drug users could be mobilised to implement resuscitation. International Journal of Drug Policy, 11 (6), 437-445.

MIDGLEY, S. J., HEATHER, N., BEST, David, HENDERSON, D., MCCARTHY, S. and DAVIES, J. B. (2000). Risk behaviours for HIV and hepatitis infection among anabolic-androgenic steroid users. AIDS Care, 12 (2), 163-170.

BEST, David, HARRIS, J., GOSSOP, M., FARRELL, M., FINCH, E., NOBLE, A. and STRANG, J. (2000). Use of non-prescribed methadone and other illicit drugs during methadone maintenance treatment. Drug and Alcohol Review, 19 (1), 9-16.

BEST, David, NOBLE, A., FINCH, E., GOSSOP, M., SIDWELL, C. and STRANG, J. (1999). Accuracy of perceptions of hepatitis B and C status : cross sectional investigation of opiate addicts in treatment. British Medical Journal, 319 (7205), 290-291.

BEST, David, GOSSOP, M., GREENWOOD, J., MARSDEN, J., LEHMANN, P. and STRANG, J. (1999). Cannabis use in relation to illicit drug use and health problems among opiate misusers in treatment. Drug and Alcohol Review, 18 (1), 31-38.

BEST, David, GOSSOP, M., STEWART, D., MARSDEN, J., LEHMANN, P. and STRANG, J. (1999). Continued heroin use during methadone treatment : relationships between frequency of use and reasons reported for heroin use. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 53 (3), 191-195.

SIDWELL, C., BEST, David and STRANG, J. (1999). Cost of drug use and criminal involvement before and during methadone treatment. Journal of Clinical Forensic Medicine, 6 (4), 224-227.

LOVELL, S., SHERIDAN, J., HARRIS, J., BEST, David and STRANG, J. (1999). Methadone maintenance clients and the acceptability of supervised consumption of methadone. Journal of Substance Use, 4 (2), 92-97.

STRANG, John, POWIS, Beverly, BEST, David, VINGOE, Louisa, GRIFFITHS, Paul, TAYLOR, Colin, WELCH, Sarah and GOSSOP, Michael (1999). Preventing opiate overdose fatalities with take-home naloxone : pre-launch study of possible impact and acceptability. Addiction, 94 (2), 199-204.

BEST, David, GOSSOP, M., LEHMANN, P., HARRIS, J. and STRANG, J. (1999). The relationship between overdose and alcohol consumption among methadone maintenance patients. Journal of Substance Use, 4 (1), 41-44.

BEST, David, LEHMANN, P., GOSSOP, M., HARRIS, J., NOBLE, A. and STRANG, J. (1998). Eating too little, smoking and drinking too much : wider lifestyle problems among methadone maintenance patients. Addiction Research and Theory, 6 (6), 489-498.

MARSDEN, J, GOSSOP, M., STEWART, D., BEST, David, FARRELL, M., LEHMANN, P., EDWARDS, C and STRANG, J. (1998). The Maudsley Addiction Profile (MAP): a brief instrument for assessing treatment outcome. Addiction, 93 (12), 1857-1867.

O'CONNOR, Louise, BEST, David, BEST, Rachel and ROWLEY, Jenny (1998). Missed opportunities : drugs and drugs education. Early Child Development and Care, 141 (1), 73-109.

BEST, David and BARRIE, A. (1997). Impact of illicit substance activity on young people. Journal of Substance Misuse, 2 (4), 197-202.

GOSSOP, M., BEST, David, MARSDEN, J. and STRANG, J. (1997). Test-retest reliability of the Severity of Dependence Scale [1]. Addiction, 92 (3), p. 353.

BEST, David, GOSSOP, M., MARSDEN, J., FARRELL, M. and STRANG, J. (1997). Time of day of methadone consumption and illicit heroin use. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 49 (1), 49-54.

Book Section

BEST, David and BUCKINGHAM, Sarah (2016). Addiction, behavioural change and social identity: Overview and concluding comments. In: BUCKINGHAM, Sarah and BEST, David, (eds.) Addiction, behavioral change and social identity : The path to resilience and recovery. Abingdon, Routledge, 196-204.

BUCKINGHAM, Sarah and BEST, David (2016). Introducing addiction, behavioural change and social identity. In: BUCKINGHAM, Sarah and BEST, David, (eds.) Addiction, behavioral change and social identity : The path to resilience and recovery. Abingdon, Routledge.

BEST, David (2016). Social identity, social networks and social capital in desistance and recovery. In: ROBINSON, Ann and HAMILTON, Paula, (eds.) Moving on from crime and substance use: Transforming identities. Bristol, Policy Press, 175-194.

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BEST, David and ASTON, Elizabeth (2015). Long term recovery from addiction : criminal justice involvement and positive criminology? In: RONEL, Natti and SEGEV, Dana, (eds.) Positive criminology. Routledge frontiers of criminal justice (23). Routledge, 177-193.

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BEST, David, BIRD, Karen and HUNTON, Lucy (2015). Recovery as a social phenomenon : what is the role of the community in supporting and enabling recovery? In: RONEL, Natti and SEGEV, Dana, (eds.) Positive criminology. Routledge frontiers of criminal justice (23). Routledge, 194-207.

BEST, David and SAVIC, Michael (2014). Substance abuse and offending : pathways to recovery. In: SHEEHAN, Rosemary and OGLOFF, James, (eds.) Working within the forensic paradigm : cross-discipline approaches for policy and practice. Routledge frontiers of criminal justice (22). Routledge, 259-271.

MUNRO, I., BEST, David and CRAFTI, N. (2014). Substance misuse and co-morbidity : prevalence, treatment and recovery. In: EDWARD, Karen-Leigh, MUNRO, Ian, WELCH, Anthony and ROBINS, Alan, (eds.) Mental health nursing : dimensions of praxis - 2nd ed. Oxford University Press.

LANDALE, S. and BEST, David (2013). Dynamic shifts in social networks and normative values in recovery from an offending and drug using lifestyle. In: JOHNSON, C. Douglas, (ed.) Social Capital : Theory, Measurement and Outcomes. Social Issues, Justice and Status . Nova Science, 219-235.

BEST, David and DAY, E. (2010). Applied research methods. In: MILLER, Peter G., STRANG, John and MILLER, Peter M., (eds.) Addiction Research Methods. Wiley-Blackwell, 187-200.

BEST, David (2010). Mapping routes to recovery : the role of recovery groups and communities. In: YATES, Rowdy and MALLOCH, Margaret S., (eds.) Tackling addiction : pathways to recovery. Jessica Kingley Publishers, 32-43.

PETERSEN, Trudi and BEST, David (2005). Overdose : prevalence, predictors and prevention. In: PATES, Richard, MCBRIDE, Andrew and ARNOLD, Karin, (eds.) Injecting illicit drugs. Wiley-Blackwell, 149-159.

Monograph

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BANKS, James, ANDERSSON, Catrin, BEST, David, EDWARDS, Michael and WATERS, Jaime (2018). Families Living with Problem Gambling: Impacts, Coping Strategies and Help-Seeking. Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University.

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ANDERSSON, Catrin, BEST, David, IRVING, James, EDWARDS, Michael, BANKS, James, MAMA-RUDD, Adam and HAMER, Rebecca (2018). Understanding recovery from a family perspective: a survey of life in recovery for families. Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University for Alcohol Research UK.

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ALBERTSON, Katherine, BEST, David, PINKNEY, Aaron, MURPHY, Tony, IRVING, James and STEVENSON, Judy (2017). "It’s not just about recovery": The Right Turn Veteran-Specific Recovery Service Evaluation, Final report. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.

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ALBERTSON, Katherine, BEST, David, IRVING, James, MURPHY, Tony, BUCKINGHAM, Sarah, MORTON, Gavin, STEVENSON, Judy, CROWLEY, Michael, MAMA-RUDD, Adam and CHAGGAR, Alex (2016). Right Turn Veteran-Specific Recovery Service: 5 site evaluation pilot : Interim report. Project Report. Sheffield, Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice, Sheffield Hallam University.

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BEST, David, ALBERTSON, Katherine, IRVING, James, LIGHTOWLERS, Carly, MAMA-RUDD, Adam and CHAGGAR, Alex (2015). The UK Life in Recovery Survey 2015 : the first national UK survey of addiction recovery experiences. Project Report. Sheffield, Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice, Sheffield Hallam University.

Authored Book

BEST, David (2013). Strength, support, setbacks and solutions : the developmental pathway to addiction recovery. Pavilion Publishing.

BEST, David (2012). Addiction recovery : a movement for social change and personal growth in the UK. Pavilion Publishing.

BEST, David (2012). Mapping the road to addiction recovery. Pavilion Publishing.

Edited Book

BUCKINGHAM, Sarah and BEST, David, eds. (2016). Addiction, behavioral change and social identity : The path to resilience and recovery. Abingdon, Routledge.

ROTH, Jeffrey D. and BEST, David, eds. (2012). Addiction and recovery in the UK. Routledge.

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