Longitudinal cohort study
An examination of factors associated with problematic opioid use, among those suffering from chronic non-cancer pain.
An analysis of adolescent alcohol use trajectories and associations with later harm.
An extension of earlier analyses showing associations between parental supply and later harm, showing that supply of sips is also associated with harm.
An analysis of the link between parental supply and subsequent supply from other sources.
An analysis of the joint effect of parental supply of alcohol over adolescence, using targeted maximum likelihood estimation.
A study examining associations between postnatal bonding, maternal mental health, and substance use at 8-weeks postpartum, and mother–infant bonding and mother emotional availability at 12-months of age.
An analysis of the association between parental supply of alcohol and drinking pattersn across adolescence.
A longitudinal cohort study examining the impact of parental supply of alcohol across adoloscence and into early adulthood.
A longitudinal cohort of patients prescribed opioids for chronic non-cancer pain.