Items where SHU Author is "Manning, Victoria"

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MANNING, Victoria, GARFIELD, JJoshua B. B., LAM, Tina, ALLSOP, Steve, BERENDS, Lynda, BEST, David, BUYKX, Penny, ROOM, Robin and LUBMAN, Dan I. (2019). Improved Quality of Life Following Addiction Treatment Is Associated with Reductions in Substance Use. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 8 (9), e1407.

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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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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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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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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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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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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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