Recent CSUR publications:

1.   McKeganey, N., Patton, A., Marza, V. et al. When it comes to assessing the impact of e-cigarettes, estimates of device prevalence matter: the BIDI Stick disposable device. Harm Reduct J 20, 85 (2023).


2.    Patton, A. McKeganey, N. Russell, C. Barnard, G. (2023) Modelling the Impact of an ENDS Flavor Ban Among Youth and Current Adult Smokers in the United States. 

3.     McKeganey, N. Russell, C. and Haseen, F. (2020) Awareness of the Presence of Nicotine in the JUUL Brand of E-cigarette among Adolescents, Young adults, and Older adults in the United States. Drugs Education, Prevention and Policy. Vol 27 no 6


4.     Russell, C., Katsampouris, E., and McKeganey, N. (2020) Harm and Addiction Perceptions of the JUUL E-cigarette among Adolescents. Nicotine and Tobacco Research. pii: ntz183. doi: 10.1093/ntr/ntz183. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 31556452. 


5.     McKeganey, N., Russell, C., Katsampouris, E. and Haseen, F. (2019) Sources of Youth Access to JUUL Vaping Products in the United States. Addictive Behaviour Reports 2019 Nov 11 


6.  Russell, C., Haseen, F. and McKeganey, N. (2019) Factors Associated with past 30-day Abstinence  from Cigarette Smoking in Adult Established Smokers who used a JUUL Vaporizer for 6 months. Harm Reduction Journal. 2019 Nov 7;16(1) 


7.     McKeganey, N., Russell, C. (2019) Prevalence of Awareness and Use of JUUL E-cigarettes in a National Probability Sample of Adolescents in the United States. The American Journal of Health Behaviour 43(3):591-605. doi: 10.5993/AJHB.43.3.13. PMID: 31046889


8.  Russell, C., Haseen, F., and McKeganey, N. (2019) Factors Associated with Past 30-day Abstinence   from Cigarette Smoking in a Non-probabilistic Sample of 15,456 Adult Established Current Smokers   in the United States who used JUUL Vapor Products for Three months. Harm Reduction Journal.   2019 Mar 25;16(1):22. Doi:10.1186/s12954-019-0293-7 


9.  McKeganey, N., Russell., Haseen, F. (2018) Vaping and the Number of Cigarettes Not Now Smoked: An Additional Means of Assessing the Public Health Impact of e-cigarettes. Pulmonary and Respirtory Madicine 2019 Vol 3 No 1 (104) doi:10.29011/PROA-104.100004


10. McKeganey, N., Miler, J., Haseen F. (2018) The Value of Providing Smokers with Free E-cigarettes: Smoking Reduction and Cessation Associated with Three-month Provision of a Refillable Tank-Style E-cigarette.  Int Jour of Environ Res Pub Health 2018 15 (9) 1914. Doi:10.3390/ijerph155091914. 


11.  M Russell, C., McKeganey, N and Haseen, F. (2018) Transitions in cigarette smoke


12.  McKeganey, N., Dixon, T. (2018) Why Don’t More Smokers Switch to Using E-cigarettes: The Views of Confirmed Smokers. Int J Environ Res Pub Health 2017 14 (6) 647 doi:10.3390/ijerph14060647 


13.  Russell, C., McKeganey, N., Hamilton-Barclay, T., Nides, M. (2018) Changing Patterns of First E- cigarette Flavor Used and Current Flavors Used by 20,836 Adult Frequent E-cigarette Users in the USA


14.  Russell, C., Dickson, T., McKeganey, N. (2018) Advice from Former Smoking E-cigarette Users  to Current Smokers on How to Use E-cigarettes as Part of an Attempt to Quit Smoking. Nicotine and Tobacco Research 20 (8)977-984 doi:10.1093/ntr/ntx176 


15.  McKeganey, N., Barnard, M. (2018) Change and Continuity in Vaping and Smoking: A Qualitative Study of a Friendship Group. Int Jour Environ Res Pub Health 15 (5) 1008. Doi:10.3390/ijerph15051008 


16.  McKeganey, N., Barnard, M., Russell, C. (2017) Vapers and Vaping E-cigarette Users Views of Vaping and Smoking. Drug Education Prevention and Policy vol 25 no 1  


17.  McKeganey, N., Barnard, M. Russell, C. (2016) Visible Vaping: E-cigarettes and the Further De- Normalization of Smoking. Inter Archives of Addiction Research and Medicine Vol 2 Issue 3 ISSN 2474-3631


18.   McKeganey, N., Russell, C., Tobacco Control Research: A Tale of Two Delphi Groups. (2016)     Addiction


19.  McKeganey, N. (2016) US Surgeon General’s Misplaced call to Arms against E-cigarettes.  The Hill 27 Dec


20.  McKeganey, N., Russell, C. (2015) Plain Packaging Evidence Based Policy or Public Health Advocacy. International Journal of Drug Policy 26 (6) doi: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2015.03.004

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