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Wazaify, M., Bdai, A., Al-Hadidi, K. and Scott, J., 2014. Forthcoming. Doping in Gymnasiums in Amman : The other side of Prescription and Nonprescription Drug Abuse. Substance Use & Misuse, 49 (10), pp. 1296-1302.
Ibrahim, A. and Scott, J., 2013. Community pharmacists in Khartoum State, Sudan: their current roles and perspectives on pharmaceutical care implementation. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy, 35 (2), pp. 236-243.
Carmichael, C., Lalani, M., Poon, L. M., Scott, J., Laaksonen, R., Rogers, P. and Scott, J., 2011. What do community pharmacists really think of the electronic prescription service (EPS)? International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 19 (Suppl 2), p. 86.
Fox, F. E., Taylor, G. J., Harris, M. F., Rodham, K. J., Sutton, J., Scott, J. and Robinson, B., 2010. "It's crucial they're treated as patients": ethical guidance and empirical evidence regarding treating doctor-patients. Journal of Medical Ethics, 36 (1), pp. 7-11.
Hobson, R. J., Scott, J. and Sutton, J., 2010. Pharmacists and nurses as independent prescribers: Exploring the patient's perspective. Family Practice, 27 (1), pp. 110-120.
Scott, J., 2010. The availability of injecting paraphernalia in the UK following the 2003 law change to permit supply. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 17 (3), pp. 205-215.
Fox, F. E., Rodham, K. J., Harris, M. F., Taylor, G. J., Sutton, J., Scott, J. and Robinson, B., 2009. Experiencing "the other side": a study of empathy and empowerment in general practitioners who have been patients. Qualitative Health Research, 19 (11), pp. 1580-1588.
Fox, F., Harris, M., Taylor, G. J., Rodham, K., Sutton, J., Robinson, B. and Scott, J., 2009. What happens when doctors are patients? qualitative study of GPs. British Journal of General Practice, 59 (568), pp. 811-818.
Scott, J., Ponton, R. and Sheridan, J., 2009. Substance misuse : Prevalence, dependence and harm. Clinical Pharmacist, 1 (9), pp. 347-350.
Mackridge, A. J. and Scott, J., 2009. Experiences, attitudes and training needs of pharmacy support staff providing services to drug users in Great Britain: A qualitative study. Journal of Substance Use, 14 (6), pp. 375-384.
Scott, J. and Mackridge, A. J., 2009. Pharmacy support staff involvement in, and attitudes towards, pharmacy-based services for drug misusers. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 17 (6), pp. 325-332.
Scott, J., 2008. Study of the safety, risks and outcomes from the use of injecting paraphernalia. Other. Edinburgh, U. K.: Scottish Executive.
Scott, J., Rodham, K., Taylor, G. J. and Turner-Cobb, J., 2008. "You can't stop undergraduates asking silly questions" : Academics’ views on submission of undergraduate student projects for ethical review. Research Ethics Review, 4 (4), pp. 147-151.
Scott, J., Khan, K., Davy, C., Dodridge, E. and Milligan, Z., 2007. South West England needle exchange pharmacist's knowledge of the updated UK 'paraphernalia laws'. Journal of Substance Use, 12 (3), pp. 1-6.
Britton, R. and Scott, J., 2006. Community pharmacy services to drug misusers in the south west of England - results of the 2003-2004 postal survey. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 14, pp. 235-241.
Scott, J., Davey, C., Dodridge, E., Khan, K. and Millington, [N. V.], 2006. Needle exchange pharmacists views on responsibilities for training. In: Health Services Research & Pharmacy Practice Conference, 2006-04-20 - 2006-04-21, University of Bath, Bath.
Scott, J., 2005. Laboratory study of the effectiveness of filters used by heroin injectors. Journal of Substance Use, 10 (5), pp. 293-301.
Scott, J., Bond, C. M., Winfield, A. J. and Kennedy, E. J., 2005. A pharmacist-led information service based within a voluntary-sector drugs service. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 13, pp. 1-7.
Scott, J., 2005. Impact of the 2003 'paraphernalia law' change on needle exchange agencies: results of 'before' (2003) and 'after' (2005) national surveys. In: National Conference on Injecting Drug Use, 2005-10-13 - 2005-10-14, Victoria Park Plaza, London.
Scott, J., Davey, C., Dodridge, E., Khan, K. and Millington, Z., 2005. Investigation into South West England needle exchange pharmacists' knowledge of the 2003 'Paraphernalia Laws' and their views on training and support. In: 16th International Conference in the Reduction of Drug Related Harm, 2005-03-20 - 2005-03-24, Waterfront, Belfast.
Britton, R. and Scott, J., 2005. Pharmacy based needle exchange in the South West of England - cause for concern? In: 16th International Conference in the Reduction of Drug Related Harm, 2005-03-20 - 2005-03-24, Waterfront, Belfast.
Scott, J., 2005. South West needle exchange pharmacists' knowledge of the 2003 'paraphernalia laws' and their experiences of needle exchange practice education and support. In: British Pharmaceutical Conference, 2005-10-06 - 2005-10-09, G-MEX Centre, Manchester.
Scott, J. and Maliphant, J., 2005. Use of the femoral vein ('groin injecting') by a sample of needle exchange clients in Bristol, UK. Harm Reduction Journal, 2, p. 6.
Ponton, R. and Scott, J., 2004. Injection preparation processes used by heroin and crack cocaine injectors. Journal of Substance Use, 9 (1), pp. 7-19.
Ponton, R. and Scott, J., 2003. Heroin and crack - injection preparation and user variations. In: 14th International Conference on the Reduction of Drug Related Harm,, 2003-01-01, Chiang Mai.
Scott, J., 2003. L'injection de subutex: comment reduire les risques? In: CLAT2, 2nd Mediterranean Latin Countries Harm Reduction Conference, 2003-01-01, Perpignan.
Scott, J., 2003. Outreach pharmacy: a pharmacist-led drugs information and advice service based at Drugs Action, Aberdeen. In: Scottish Executive/DAT Association National Conference, 2003-01-01, Inchyra Grange Hotel, Falkirk, Scotland.
Burton, E., Harrigan, E., Mok, Y., Scott, J. and Yahie, U., 2003. Results of a 2003 national survey on paraphernalia supply from UK needle exchange agencies. In: Society for the Study of Addiction Annual Symposium,, 2003-01-01, Leeds.
Scott, J., Cheung, Y. K., Quinn, C., Slegg, J. and Wong, M., 2003. The effects of filtering on injections prepared with subutex tablets. In: 14th International Conference on the Reduction of Drug Related Harm, 2003-01-01, Chiang Mai.
Scott, J., 2003. Viewpoint - what makes for good pharmacy involvement. Substance Misuse Management in General Practice - Network Newsletter
Scott, J. and Mistral, W., 2002. Patient Advice and Liaison Services in Bath & North East Somerset: A Review. Other. Unkown Publisher.
Scott, J. and Myles, J., 2001. A scoping exercise to predict the role of a pharmacist within a specialist drugs service. In: Society for the Study of Addiction annual symposium, 2001-01-01, Leeds.
Scott, J., 2001. Class, alliances and harm reduction: a personal view [editorial comment]. International Journal of Drug Policy, 12 (1), pp. 37-40.
Mehta, R., Bolton, C., Gamble, K., Heer, K., Kalher, D. and Scott, J., 2001. Continuation of treatment of drug misusers across care boundaries in the South West. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 9 (Suppl), R30.
Scott, J., Gourlay, Y. and Hutchinson, S., 2001. Pharmaceutical involvement in unexplained drug deaths investigation: Glasgow, Scotland, Spring/Summer 2000. In: 12th International Conference on the Reduction of Drug Related Harm, 2001-01-01, Delhi.
Scott, J., Ford, C. and Waller, T., 2001. Treating durg-dependent patients - alternatives to licensing doctors. The Pharmaceutical Journal, 266 (7144), p. 536.
Scott, J., Kennedy, E. J., Winfield, A. J. and Bond, C., 2000. Laboratory study of the effects of citric and ascorbic acids on injections prepared with brown heroin. International Journal of Drug Policy, 11 (6), pp. 417-422.
Scott, J., Kennedy, E. J., Winfield, A. J. and Bond, C., 1998. Investigation into the effectiveness of filters for use by intravenous drug users. International Journal of Drug Policy, 9 (3), pp. 181-186.