Professor Tony Butler

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Associate Professor Tony Butler has over twenty years experience in social and health research in the UK and Australia in a range of areas including mental health, drugs and alcohol, child abuse, Olympic Games public health planning, social services research, and marketing research. In addition to undertaking research he has also spent considerable time working in policy development at state and local government level.

Since completing a PhD in 2001 on risk behaviours and infectious diseases among prisoners, he has continued working in the field of health and criminal justice. This has involved conducting two wide-ranging population-based health surveys of adult prisoners in 1996 and 2001, two surveys of juvenile offenders in custody and in the community, and implementing a world’s first prison injury surveillance system in NSW. In 2003 he headed a group who undertook the largest mental health survey of prisoners in Australia which resulted in national recognition of the problem of mental illness among our incarcerated population. More recently he pioneered the development of national health indicators for prisoners.

Tony has published over 50 articles on prisoners’ health in a diverse range of areas including drug & alcohol. traumatic brain injury, Indigenous prisoners’ health, violence and injury, sexually transmitted infections, blood borne viruses, chronic disease, mental health, mortality among ex-prisoners, women’s health, and adolescent offender health.

Current research projects include: causes of mortality among ex-prisoners; a multi-component intervention for smoking cessation among Australian prisoners; Sexual Health and Attitudes of Australian Prisoners (SHAAP) survey; “breaking the juvenile crime cycle: rehabilitating high-risk juvenile offenders”; the National Prison Entrants’ Bloodborne Virus & Risk Behaviour Survey; an intervention to reduce impulsive-aggressive behaviours in repeat violent offenders; and developing a national minimum dataset for prisoners.

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Jones, J., Wilson, M., Sullivan, E., Atkinson, L., Gilles, M., Simpson, P., Baldry, E. and Butler, T. Australian Aboriginal women prisoners’ experiences of being a mother: a review. International Journal of Prisoner Health. [In Press] [RJ1412]

Wilson, M., Jones, J., Butler, T., Simpson, P., Gilles, M., Baldry, E., Levy, M., H. and Sullivan, E. (2017). Violence in the lives of incarcerated Aboriginal mothers in Western Australia. SAGE OPEN, 7, (1), pp. 1-16. DOI: 10.1177/21582440166868 [RJ1193] View web page

Wilson, M., Simpson, P., Butler, T., Richters, J., Yap, L. and Donovan, B. (2017). ‘You’re a woman, a convenience, a cat, a poof, a thing, an idiot’: Transgender women negotiating sexual experiences in men’s prisons in Australia. Sexualities, 20, (3), pp. 380 - 402. DOI: 10.1177/1363460716652828 [RJ1081] View web page

Young, J., T., van Dooren, K., Lennox, N., Butler, T. and Kinner, S. (2015). Inter-rater reliability of the Hayes Ability Screening Index in a sample of Australian prisoners. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. DOI: 10.1111/jir.12198 [RJ1088] View web page

Yap, L., Carruthers, S., Thompson, S., Cheng, W., S., Jones, J., Simpson, P., Richards, A., Thein, H., Haber, P., Lloyd, A. and Butler, T. (2014). A descriptive model of patient readiness, motivators, and hepatitis C treatment uptake among Australian prisoners. PloS One, 9, (2), pp. e87564. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0087564 [RJ1011] View web page

Fetherston, J., Carruthers, S., Butler, T., Wilson, D. and Sindicich, N. (2013). Rates of injection in prison in a sample of Australian-injecting drug users. Journal of Substance Use, 18, (1), pp. 65-73. DOI: 10.3109/14659891.2012.760008 [RJ865] View web page

Kariminia, A., Butler, T., Jones, J. and Law, M. (2012). Increased mortality among Indigenous persons during and after release from prison in New South Wales. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 36, pp. 274-280. DOI: 10.1111/j.1753-6405.2012.00844.x [RJ731] View web page

Malacova, E., Butler, T., Yap, L., Grant, L., Richards, A., Smith, A. and Donovan, B. (2012). Sexual coercion prior to imprisonment: prevalence, demographic and behavioural correlates. International Journal of STD & AIDS, 23, (8), pp. 533-9. DOI: 10.1258/ijsa.2011.011069 [RJ814] View web page

Richters, J., Butler, T., Schneider, K., Yap, L., Kirkwood, K., Grant, L., Richards, A., Smith, A. and Donovan, B. (2012). Consensual sex between men and sexual violence in Australian prisons. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 41, (2), pp. 517-524. [RJ844]

Butler, T. and Stevens, C., F. (2011). National Summit on Tobacco Smoking in Prisons: Report on the Summit. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. [R247] Download PDF

Malacova, E., Butler, T., Richters, J., Yap, L., Grant, L., Richards, A., Smith, A. and Donovan, B. (2011). Attitudes towards sex: a comparison of prisoners and the general community. Sexual Health, 8, pp. 355-362. DOI: 10.1071/sh10113 [RJ774] View web page

Malacova, E., Butler, T., Richters, J., Yap, L., Grant, L., Richards, A., Smith, A. and Donovan, B. (2011). Knowledge of sexually transmissible infections: a comparison of prisoners and the general population. International Journal of STD & AIDS, 22, (7), pp. 381-386. DOI: 10.1258/ijsa.2011.010408 [RJ777] View web page

Perkes, I., Schofield, P., Butler, T. and Hollis, S. (2011). Traumatic brain injury rates and sequelae: A comparison of prisoners with a matched community sample in Australia. Brain Injury, 25, pp. 131-141. DOI: 10.3109/02699052.2010.536193 [RJ792] View web page

Schofield, P., Butler, T., Hollis, S. and D'Este, C. (2011). Are prisoners reliable survey respondents: a validation of self-reported traumatic brain injury (TBI) against hospital medical records? Brain Injury, 25, pp. 74-82. DOI: 10.3109/02699052.2010.531690 [RJ793] View web page

Butler, T., Richters, J., Yap, L., Papanastasiou, C., Richards, A., Schneider, K., Grant, L., Smith, A. and Donovan, B. (2010). Sexual health and behaviour of Queensland prisoners - with Queensland and New South Wales comparisons. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth and School of Public Health and Community Medicine, University of New South Wales, Sydney. ISBN: 978-0-9807054-0-9 [R236] Download PDF

Butler, T., Schofield, P., Greenberg, D., Allnutt, S., H., Indig, D., Carr, V., J., D'Este, C., Mitchell, P., B., Knight, L. and Ellis, A. (2010). Reducing impulsivity in repeat violent offenders: an open label trial of a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 44, (12), pp. 1137-1143. DOI: 10.3109/00048674.2010.525216 [RJ791] View web page

Haynes, R., Griffiths, P., Butler, T., Allsop, S. and Gunnell, A. (2010). Drug trends and crime tracking: relationships between indices of heroin, amphetamine and cannabis use and crime. Drug and Alcohol Office Monograph No. 6 Government of Western Australia. [M94]

Haynes, R., Griffiths, P., Chikritzhs, T., N., Butler, T., Allsop, S. and Gunnell, A. (2010). Drug trends and crime tracking: a research study investigating the relationship between heroin, amphetamine and cannabis use, drug-related harms, and crime in Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Haynes, R. (ed.) 2010 WA Alcohol and Other Drug Symposium, (8). Drug and Alcohol Office, Perth. [UP24] Abstract

Burns, L., Randall, D., Hall, W., Law, M., Butler, T., Bell, J. and Degenhardt, L. (2009). Opioid agonist pharmacotherapy in New South Wales from 1985 to 2006: patient characteristics and patterns and predictors of treatment retention: retention in opioid agonist pharmacotherapy. Addiction, 104, (8), pp. 1363-1372. [RJ676]

Butler, T. (2009). WA Health and Criminal Justice Research Forum report. National Drug Research Institute. [R234]

Butler, T., Belcher, J., Champion, U., Allerton, M. and Fasher, M. (2009). The physical health status of young Australian offenders. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 32, pp. 73-80. [RJ572]

Chong, C., A., Li, S., Nguyen, G., C., Sutton, A., Levy, M., H., Butler, T., Krahn, M., D. and Thein, H. (2009). Health-state utilities in a prisoner population: a cross-sectional survey. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 7. DOI: 10.1186/1477-7525-7-78 [RJ726] View web page

Degenhardt, L., Randall, D., Hall, W., Law, M., Butler, T. and Burns, L. (2009). Mortality among clients of a state-wide opioid pharmacotherapy program over 20 years: Risk factors and lives saved. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 105, pp. 9-15. [RJ695] Abstract

Lenton, S., Dietze, P., Degenhardt, L., Darke, S. and Butler, T. (2009). Naloxone for administration by peers in cases of heroin overdose. Medical Journal of Australia, 198, (8), pp. 469. [RJ685] View web page

Lenton, S., Dietze, P., Degenhardt, L., Darke, S. and Butler, T. (2009). Now is the time to take steps to allow peer access to naloxone for heroin overdose in Australia. Drug and Alcohol Review, 28, pp. 583-585. [RJ702] View web page Abstract

Richmond, R., Butler, T., Wilhelm, K., Wodak, A., Cunningham, M. and Anderson, I. (2009). Tobacco in prisons: a focus group study. Tobacco Control, 18, (3), pp. 176-182. [RJ733]

Allnutt, S., H., Wedgewood, L., Wilhelm, K. and Butler, T. (2008). Temperament, substance use and psychopathology in a prisoner population: implications for treatment. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 42, pp. 969-975. Blackwell Science Asia, Carlton, VIC. [R215]

Butler, T. (2008). Prisoner Health. Australia's Health (chapter). Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Canberra. pp. 87-91. ISBN: 978 1 74024 762 7 [CH148]

Butler, T. (2008). Prisoner health research: why bother? CentreLines, (24). NDRI, Perth, Western Australia. pp. 2-3. [UP20] Download PDF

Butler, T. and Papanastasiou, C. (2008). National Prison Entrants' Bloodborne Virus & Risk Behaviour Survey Report 2004 & 2007. National Drug Research Institute (Curtin University) & National Centre in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research (University of New South Wales). ISBN: 1 74067 582 7 [R223] Download PDF

Cashin, A., Potter, E. and Butler, T. (2008). The relationship between exercise and hopelessness in prison. Journal of Psychiatry and Mental Health Nursing, 15, pp. 66-71. [RJ677]

Ritchers, J., Butler, T., Yap, L., Kirkwood, K., Grant, L., Smith, A., Schneider, K. and Donovan, B. (2008). Sexual health and behaviour of New South Wales prisoners. School of Public Health and Community Medicine., University of New South Wales. ISBN: 978-0-7334-2687-2 [M72] Download PDF

Allnutt, S., H., Butler, T. and Yang, B. (2007). Mentally ill prison inmates in Australia have poor physical health. International Journal of Prisoner Health, 3, pp. 99-110. [RJ578]

Butler, T., Allnutt, S., H., Cain, D. and Kariminia, A. (2007). Mental health status of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australian prisoners. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 41, pp. 429-435. [RJ575]

Butler, T., Boonwaat, L., Hailstone, S., Falconer, S., Lems, P. and Ginley, T. (2007). The 2004 Australian prison entrants' blood borne viruses and risk behaviour survey. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 31, pp. 44-50. [RJ583]

Butler, T., Kariminia, A., Law, M., Levy, M., H., Corben, S., Kaldor, J., M. and Grant, L. (2007). Suicide risk among recently released prisoners in New South Wales, Australia. Medical Journal of Australia, 187, pp. 387-390. [RJ569] View web page

Butler, T., Richmond, R., Belcher, J., Wilhelm, K. and Wodak, A. (2007). Should smoking be banned in prisons? Tobacco Control, 16, pp. 291-293. [RJ571]

Eckstein, G., Levy, M., H. and Butler, T. (2007). Can prison health services address health inequalities? International Journal of Prisoner Health, 3, pp. 69-76. [RJ574]

Gjersing, L., Butler, T., Capelhorn, J., Belcher, J. and Matthews, R. (2007). Attitudes and beliefs towards methadone maintenance treatment among Australian prison health staff. Drug and Alcohol Review, 26, pp. 501-508. [RJ573]

Kariminia, A. and Butler, T. (2007). Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal health differentials in Australian prisoners. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 31, pp. 366-371. [RJ576]

Kariminia, A., Butler, T., Corben, S., Levy, M., H., Grant, L. and Kaldor, J., M. (2007). Extreme cause specific mortality among adults who have served time in prison. International Journal of Epidemiology, 36, pp. 310-316. [RJ582]

Kariminia, A., Law, M., Butler, T., Corben, S., Levy, M., H., Kaldor, J., M. and Grant, L. (2007). Factors associated with mortality in a cohort of Australian prisoners. European Journal of Epidemiology, 22, pp. 417-428. [RJ570]

Levy, M., H., Butler, T. and Zhao, J. (2007). Prevalence of Mantoux positivity and annual risk of infection for tuberculosis in New South Wales prisoners, 1996 and 2001. NSW Public Health Bulletin, 18, pp. 119-124. [RJ579]

Minc, A., Butler, T. and Gahan, G. (2007). The Jailbreak Health Project: incorporating a unique radio programme for prisoners. International Journal of Drug Policy, 18, pp. 444-446. [RJ655]

Van der Poorten, D., Kenny, D., T., Butler, T. and George, J. (2007). Liver disease in Adolescents: A cohort study of high-risk individuals. Hepatology, 46, pp. 1750-1758. [RJ654]

Yap, L., Butler, T., Ritchers, J., Kirkwood, K., Grant, L., Saxby, M., Ropp, F. and Donovan, B. (2007). Do condoms cause rape and mayhem? The long-term effects of condoms in New South Wales prisons. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 883, pp. 219-222. [RJ584]

Baker, A., Ivers, R., G., Bowman, J., Butler, T., Kay-Lambkin, F., J., Wye, P., Walsh, R., A., Jackson Pulver, L., Richmond, R., Belcher, J., Wilhelm, K. and Wodak, A. (2006). Where there's smoke, there's fire: High prevalence of smoking among some sub-populations. Drug and Alcohol Review, 25, (1), pp. 85-96. [RJ591]

Belcher, J., Butler, T., Richmond, R., Wodak, A. and Wilhelm, K. (2006). Smoking and its correlates in an Australian prisoner population. Drug and Alcohol Review, 25, pp. 343-348. [RJ588]

Butler, T. (2006). A review of data collections relating to Indigenous and non-indigenous people in Australian prisons. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare., Canberra. [R230]

Butler, T. (2006). Prisoner Health. Australia's Health (chapter). Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Canberra. pp. 249-251. ISBN: 1 74024 565 2 [CH160]

Butler, T. (2006). The health of the people of New South Wales: report of the chief health officer. Population Health Division - Aboriginal Prisoner Health Chapter. NSW Dept. of Health, Sydney. [CH163] View web page

Butler, T. and Kariminia, A. (2006). Prison violence: Perspectives and epidemiology. NSW Public Health Bulletin, 17, pp. 17-19. [RJ587]

Butler, T., Andrews, G., Allnutt, S., H., Smith, N., E., Sakashita, C. and Basson, J. (2006). Mental disorders in Australian prisoners: A comparison with a community sample. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 40, (3), pp. 272-276. [RJ592]

Cashin, A., Butler, T., Levy, M., H. and Potter, E. (2006). Intellectual disability in the New South Wales inmate population. International Journal of Prisoner Health, 2, pp. 115-120. [RJ586]

Kenny, D., T., Nelson, P., Butler, T., Lennings, C., Allerton, M. and Champion, U. (2006). NSW Young people on community orders health survey 2003-2006: Key findings Report. Key findings report., The University of Sydney. ISBN: 1-86487-845-2 [R225] Download PDF

Richmond, R., Butler, T., Belcher, J., Wodak, A., Wilhelm, K. and Baxter, E. (2006). Promoting smoking cessation among prisoners: Feasibility of a multi-component intervention. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 30, pp. 474-478. [RJ581]

Riddell, S., Nielssen, O., Butler, T., MacDonald, C. and Starmer, G. (2006). The relationship between amphetamine use, crime and psychiatric disorder among prisoners in New South Wales. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 13, pp. 160-165. [RJ580]

Schofield, P., Butler, T., Hollis, S., Smith, N., E., Lee, S. and Kelso, W. (2006). Neuropsychiatric correlates of traumatic brain injury (TBI) among Australian prison entrants. Brain Injury, 20, pp. 1409-1418. [RJ585]

Schofield, P., Butler, T., Hollis, S., Smith, N., E., Lee, S. and Kelso, W. (2006). Traumatic brain injury among Australian prisoners: Rates, recurrence and sequelae. Brain Injury, 20, pp. 499-506. [RJ589]

Thein, H., Butler, T., Krahn, M., D., Rawlinson, W., Levy, M., H., Kaldor, J., M. and Dore, G., J. (2006). The effect of hepatitis C virus infection on health-related quality of life in prisoners. Journal of Urban Health, 83, (2), pp. 275-288. [RJ590]

Butler, T., Allnutt, S., H., Cain, D., Owens, D. and Muller, C. (2005). Mental illness in the New South Wales (Australia) prisoner population. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 39, pp. 407-413. [RJ596]

Butler, T., Boonwaat, L. and Hailstone, S. (2005). National prison entrants' blood borne virus survey. Centre for Health Research in Criminal Justice and National Centres in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research., University of NSW. ISBN: 0-7347-37440 [CH165]

D'Souza, R., M., Butler, T. and Petrovsky, N. (2005). Assessment of cardiovascular disease risk factors and diabetes mellitus in Australian prisons: Is the prisoner population unhealthier than the rest of the Australian population? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 29, pp. 318-323. [RJ595]

Kariminia, A., Butler, T., Kaldor, J., M., Corben, S., Levy, M., H. and Law, M. (2005). Mortality among prisoners: How accurate is the Australian National Death Index? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 29, pp. 572-575. [RJ593]

Levy, M., H. and Butler, T. (2005). Prisoner Health. In Eyland, S. and O'Toole, S. (eds.) Corrections Criminology. Hawkins Press, Sydney. ISBN: 1 87606 717 9 [CH161]

Butler, T. (2004). Prisoner's Health. Australia's Health (chapter). Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Canberra. pp. 218-219. ISBN: 1 74024 382 x [CH162]

Butler, T. (2004). The health of the people of New South Wales: the report of the chief health officer. Population Health Division. NSW Dept. Health, Sydney. [CH164] View web page

Butler, T., Kariminia, A., Levy, M., H. and Murphy, M. (2004). The health status of Australian (New South Wales) prisoners - results from the 2001 NSW Prisoners' Health Survey. Australia and New Zealand Medical Journal, 28, pp. 344-350. [RJ657]

Butler, T., Kariminia, A., Levy, M., H. and Kaldor, J., M. (2004). Prisons are a risk for hepatitis C transmission. European Journal of Epidemiology, 19, pp. 1119-1122. [RJ656]

Butler, T., Kariminia, A., Trevathan, L. and Bond, J. (2004). Injury surveillance in the New South Wales prison system. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 15, pp. 151-154. [RJ598]

Murray, N., LePage, E. and Butler, T. (2004). Hearing health of NSW prison inmates. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 28, pp. 537-541. [RJ594]

Quilty, S., Levy, M., H., Howard, K., Barratt, A. and Butler, T. (2004). Children of prisoners in Australia: A large and growing public health concern. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 28, pp. 339-343. [RJ597]

Butler, T. and Allnutt, S., H. (2003). Mental illness among New South Wales' prisoners. NSW Corrections Health Service. ISBN: 0-7347-3559-6 [R229] Download PDF

Butler, T. and Milner, L. (2003). The 2001 New South Wales Inmate Health Survey. Corrections Health Service., Sydney. ISBN: 0-7347-3560-x [R228]

Butler, T., Levy, M., H., Dolan, K. and Kaldor, J., M. (2003). Drug use and its correlates in an Australian prisoner population. Addiction Research, 11, pp. 89-101. [RJ658]

Guthrie, J., Butler, T. and Sefton, A. (2003). Measuring health service satisfaction: female inmates. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 16, pp. 173-179. [RJ659]

Kenny, D., T., Butler, T., Allerton, M. and Champion, U. (2003). Young people in custody health survey. NSW Department of Juvenile Justice. ISBN: 0-7347-6518-5 [R227]

Osborne, M., Butler, T. and Barnard, P. (2003). Oral health status of prison inmates - New South Wales, Australia. Australian Journal of Dentistry, 38, pp. 34-39. [RJ660]

Butler, T. (2002). Australia's Health. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare., Canberra. pp. 225-227. ISBN: 1-74024-191-6 [CH166]

Butler, T., Donovan, B., Levy, M., H. and Kaldor, J., M. (2002). Sex behind the prison walls. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 26, pp. 390-391. [RJ661]

Babidge, N., Buhrich, N. and Butler, T. (2001). Mortality among homeless people with schizophrenia in Sydney, Australia: a 10 year follow-up. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 103, pp. 105-110. [RJ665]

Butler, T., Donovan, B., Fleming, J., Levy, M., H. and Kaldor, J., M. (2001). Childhood sexual abuse among Australian prisoners. Vereneology, 14, pp. 109-115. [RJ663]

Butler, T., Kaldor, J., M. and Donovan, B. (2001). Syphilis in New South Wales (Australia) Prisons. International Journal of STD & AIDS, 12, pp. 376-379. [RJ664]

Banwell, K., Butler, T. and Ferson, M. (2000). Introducing a New South Wales Vessel Inspection Program for Cruise Ships. NSW Public Health Bulletin. [RJ666]

Butler, T., Donovan, B., Taylor, J., Mindel, A., Cunningham, A. and Kaldor, J., M. (2000). Herpes simplex virus type 2 in Australian prisoners. International Journal of STD & AIDS, 11, pp. 743-747. [RJ662]

Egger, S. and Butler, T. (2000). The long-term factors associated with removal from parents amongst Indigenous Prisoners in NSW. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 24, pp. 454-455. [RJ667]

Butler, T. and Levy, M., H. (1999). Mantoux positivity among prison inmates - New South Wales, 1996. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 23, pp. 185-188. [RJ668]

Butler, T., Spencer, J., D., Cui, J., Vickery, K. and Kaldor, J., M. (1999). Seroprevelance of markers for hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and hepatitis G in male and female prisoners - NSW, 1996. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 23, pp. 377-384. [RJ669]

Butler, T. (1997). Preliminary findings of the NSW inmate health survey. NSW Correctional Health Service. ISBN: 07313-40981 [R226]

Butler, T. and Ferson, M. (1997). Potential health effects of faecal pollution in ocean swimming pools and stormwater outlets in Eastern Sydney. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 21, pp. 567-571. [RJ671]

Butler, T., Dolan, K., Ferson, M., McGuiness, M., Brown, P. and Robertson, P. (1997). Hepatitis B and C in New South Wales prisons: prevalence and risk factors. Medical Journal of Australia, 166, pp. 127-130. [RJ670]

Butler, T. and Taylor, H. (1996). Hepatitis C behind the prison walls. The Hepatitis C Review. pp. 13. [UJ156]

Conaty, S., Christensen, A., Butler, T., McAnulty, J. and Golberg, H. (1996). Tuberculosis in NSW Prisons. NSW Public Health Bulletin. [RJ673]

Jenkins, R., Harvey, S., Butler, T. and Thomas, R., L. (1996). Minor psychiatric morbidity, its prevalence and outcome in a cohort of civil servants - a seven year follow-up study. Occupational Medicine, 46, pp. 209-215. [RJ672]

Harvey, S., Butler, T., Thomas, R., L. and Jenkins, R. (1992). Patterns of alcohol consumption in white collar workers: a cross sectional and longitudinal study. British Journal of Addiction, 87, pp. 91-102. [RJ674]

Jenkins, R., Harvey, S., Butler, T. and Thomas, R., L. (1992). A six-year longitudinal study of the occupational consequences of drinking over "safe limits" of alcohol. British Journal of Industrial Medicine, 49, pp. 369-374. [RJ675]

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