Nick Heather
Nick Heather
Emeritus Professor of Alcohol & Other Drug Studies, Northumbria University, UK
Verified email at northumbria.ac.uk
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Toward a comprehensive model of change
JO Prochaska, CC DiClemente
Treating addictive behaviors, 3-27, 1986
4455*1986
Effectiveness of brief alcohol interventions in primary care populations
EFS Kaner, FR Beyer, C Muirhead, F Campbell, ED Pienaar, N Bertholet, ...
Cochrane database of systematic reviews, 2018
18172018
The use of brief interventions adapted from motivational interviewing across behavioral domains: a systematic review
C Dunn, L Deroo, FP Rivara
Addiction 96 (12), 1725-1742, 2001
11912001
Development of a short ‘readiness to change’questionnaire for use in brief, opportunistic interventions among excessive drinkers
S Rollnick, N Heather, R Gold, W Hall
British journal of addiction 87 (5), 743-754, 1992
10761992
Negotiating behaviour change in medical settings: the development of brief motivational interviewing
S Rollnick, N Heather, A Bell
Journal of mental health 1 (1), 25-37, 1992
7671992
Development and validation of a multidimensional instrument for assessing outcome of treatment among opiate users: the Opiate Treatment Index
S Darke, W Hall, A Wodaki, N Heather, J Ward
British journal of addiction 87 (5), 733-742, 1992
5751992
Controlled drinking
N Heather, I Robertson
Taylor & Francis, 1983
5261983
The effectiveness of brief alcohol interventions in primary care settings: a systematic review
EFS Kaner, HO Dickinson, F Beyer, E Pienaar, C Schlesinger, F Campbell, ...
Drug and alcohol review 28 (3), 301-323, 2009
5112009
A summary of the review of the effectiveness of treatment for alcohol problems
N Heather, D Raistrick, C Godfrey
London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse, 2006
4062006
Predictive validity of the Readiness to Change Questionnaire
N Heather, S Rollnick, A Bell
Addiction 88 (12), 1667-1677, 1993
3951993
Effects of brief counselling among male heavy drinkers identified on general hospital wards
N Heather, S Rollnick, A Bell, R Richmond
Drug and alcohol review 15 (1), 29-38, 1996
3541996
Audit-3 and audit-4: effectiveness of two short forms of the alcohol use disorders identification test
A Gual, L Segura, M Contel, N Heather, J Colom
Alcohol and alcoholism 37 (6), 591-596, 2002
3442002
Effectiveness of screening and brief alcohol intervention in primary care (SIPS trial): pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial
E Kaner, M Bland, P Cassidy, S Coulton, V Dale, P Deluca, E Gilvarry, ...
Bmj 346, e8501, 2013
3312013
Effectiveness of treatment for alcohol problems: findings of the randomised UK alcohol treatment trial (UKATT)
UKATT Research Team
Bmj 331 (7516), 541, 2005
3072005
The reliability and validity of a scale to measure HIV risk-taking behaviour among intravenous drug users
S Darke, W Hall, N Heather, J Ward, A Wodak
Aids 5 (2), 181-185, 1991
3071991
Problem drinking
N Heather, I Robertson
Oxford University Press, 1989
2981989
Intervention for excessive alcohol consumption in primary health care: attitudes and practices of English general practitioners
EFS Kaner, N Heather, BR Mcavoy, CA Lock, E Gilvarry
Alcohol and Alcoholism 34 (4), 559-566, 1999
2671999
Brief intervention strategies.
N Heather
Allyn & Bacon, 1995
2301995
Controlled evaluation of a general practice‐based brief intervention for excessive drinking
R Richmond, N Heather, A Wodak, L Kehoe, IAN Webster
Addiction 90 (1), 119-132, 1995
2181995
Cost effectiveness of treatment for alcohol problems: findings of the randomised UK alcohol treatment trial (UKATT)
UKATT Research Team
Bmj 331 (7516), 544, 2005
2112005
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