Smoking Interest Group Outputs
- Why do people in the north of England tend to smoke more? (Article by Dr Andrew Russell and Dr Sue Lewis for the Guardian’s Northerner Blog, 15th February 2013) http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/the-northerner/2013/feb/15/smoking-north-england-explained
- The Smoking Interest Group inaugural symposium – 21st September 2011 http://medicalhumanities.wordpress.com/2011/08/31/the-smoking-interest-group-inaugural-symposium-september-21-2011/
- SIG in Uruguay http://medicalhumanities.wordpress.com/2012/02/15/the-smoking-interest-group-in-uruguay/
- SIG’s ‘Big Idea for the Future’ - Why can’t you quit smoking? (see p29)http://www.rcuk.ac.uk/documents/publications/BigIdeasfortheFuturereport.pdf
- Smoke Free North East: a model of good practice for England?http://www.mrc.ac.uk/Ourresearch/ResearchInitiatives/NPRI/Tobacco/index.htm#P27_2458
- Tackling Illicit Tobacco for Better Health: Executive Summary http://www.ukctcs.org/ukctcs/documents/tackling-illicit-tobacco/execsummary.pdf
- The evolution of a UK regional tobacco control office in its early years: social contexts and policy dynamics http://dro.dur.ac.uk/6938/
Russell A (2013) Women and smoking in the North East of England. In Bissell J, Caiado C, Goldstein M and Straughan B (eds) Tipping Points: Modelling Social Problems and Health, 1st ed. Oxford: Wiley [Chapter 2].
McNeill A, Iringe-Koko B, Bains M, Bauld L, Siggens G, Russell A (2013) Countering the demand for, and supply of, illicit tobacco: an assessment of the ‘North of England Tackling Illicit Tobacco for Better Health’ Programme. Tobacco Control. doi:10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2013-050957.
Lewis S, Russell A (2013) Young Smokers’ Narratives: Public Health, Disadvantage and Structural Violence. Sociology of Health and Illness, 35(5): 246-60.
Carro-Ripalda, S. (2012) The Possibilities of Practice: Theoretical, methodological and ethical notes from an Anthropology-Public Health collaboration in UK. Revista de Antropología Experimental, 12. Monográfico: Antropología en Espanã, pp. 43-55. http://www.ujaen.es/huesped/rae/articulos2012/MP03_12.pdf.
Carro-Ripalda S, Russell A, Lewis S, Heckler S (2013) The making and changing of smoking persons in public health policy and practice: ethnography of a world first illicit tobacco program. Contemporary Drug Problems, 40(1): 21-46.
Lewis S, Russell A (2012) Protecting Children and Young People from Tobacco-Related Harm: A Review. Children and Society, DOI: 10.1111/j.1099-0860.2012.00472.x
Macnaughton J, Carro-Ripalda S, Russell A (2012) ‘Risking enchantment’: how are we to view the smoking person? Critical Public Health, 22(4): 455-69.
Lewis, S. and A. Russell (2011) Being Embedded: a Way Forward for Ethnographic Research. Ethnography, 12(3): 398-416.
Naraghi, K., M. Booth, A. Russell and J.M. van Laar (2011) Determination of smoking status of rheumatoid arthritis patients by means of a self-reported questionnaire and serum cotinine assay: A cross-sectional study. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, 70(12): 2235-6 [doi:10.1136/ard.2011.151118].
Russell, A., Heckler, S., Sengupta, S., White, M., Chappel, D., Hunter, D.J., Mason, J., Milne, E. and S. Lewis (2009) The evolution of a UK regional tobacco control office in its early years: social contexts and policy dynamics. Health Promotion International, 24: 262-8.
Heckler, S., Russell, A. (2008) Emotional Engagement in Strategic Partnerships: grassroots organising in a tobacco control partnership in the North East of England. Evidence and Policy, 4(4): 331-54.
Heckler, S. and A. Russell (2008) Confronting Collaboration: Dilemmas in an Ethnographic Study of Health Policy-Makers. Anthropology in Action 15 (1): 14-21.