Harry Sumnall

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Harry Sumnall is Professor of Substance Use at the Public Health Institute at Liverpool John Moores University. His PhD was in psychopharmacology, but he is interested in all aspects of substance use, particularly in relation to young people. Harry’s funded research programmes have examined the evidence base for substance misuse prevention and the mechanisms for implementing evidence based practice and policy. Harry is a member of the UK government’s Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs, and a Board Member of the European Society for Prevention Research.


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Amphetamine-like stimulant use: what do we know about who uses them and how drug using careers develop?


Harry Sumnall considers a systematic narrative review, which looks at the individual, social and environmental influences that shape key phases in the amphetamine-like stimulant use trajectory

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Novel Psychoactive Substances: important information for health professionals

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Harry Sumnall, Ian Hamilton and Mark Monaghan provide an overview of Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPS) aimed at health professionals and others who work with people who use these new psychoactive substances.

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