Below is a list of research papers relating to projects that WDP has been involved with:

Morton, L. (2016). A Case Report of a Concurrent Treatment of Cannabis and Tobacco Use within a Community Substance Misuse Service. Journal of Addiction, Research & Therapy, 7: 279. Available at:

Cardwell, V., Wainwright L. (2018). Making Better Births a reality for women with multiple disadvantages. London: Revolving Doors.  Available at:

Moss, T., Cox, S., Hodgkinson, G., Tyler A. (2018). Street Drinking in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. London: WDP & LSBU. Read the Research Report here

Neale, J., Tompkins, C., & Strang, J. (2019) ‘Prolonged-release opioid agonist therapy: qualitative study exploring patients’ views of one-week, one-month and six-month buprenorphine formulations’, Harm Reduction Journal 16, 25. Available at:

Gleeson, H., Thom, B., Bayley, M., McQuarrie, T. (2019). Rapid evidence review: Drinking problems and interventions in black and minority ethnic communities. Middlesex University. Read the Executive Summary here

Tompkins, C., Neale, J. & Strang, J. (2019) ‘Opioid users’ willingness to receive prolonged-release buprenorphine depot injections for opioid use disorder’, Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 104, 64-71. Available at:

Neale, J., Tompkins, C. & Strang, J. (2019) ‘Depot buprenorphine injections for opioid use disorder: Patient information needs and preferences’, Drug and Alcohol Review 38, 510-518. Available at:

Tyler, A., Moss, A., Cox, S. (2019). Understanding Women’s Feelings About Safety and Hazards of Street Drinking in London Through Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. London: LSBU. Available at:

Orlanda Harvey, Margarete Parrish, Edwin van Teijlingen & Steve Trenoweth (2020). Support for non-prescribed anabolic androgenic steroids users: a qualitative exploration of their needs, Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, DOI: 10.1080/09687637.2019.1705763