Peer reviewed research evidence papers
Hamilton G, Cross D & Resnicow K. Occasional Smokers: The Cue for Harm Reduction Smoking Education. Addiction Research. 2000, 8: 419-437.
Hamilton G, Cross D, Resnicow K, Hall M. A school-based harm minimization smoking intervention trial: Outcome results. Addiction. 2005, 100: 689-700.
Resnicow K, Reddy SP, James S, Omardien RG, Kambaran NS, Langner HG, Vaughan RD, Cross D, Hamilton G and Nichols T. Comparison of two school-based smoking prevention programs among South African high school students: Results of a randomized trial. Annals of Behavioral Medicine. 2008, 36(3), pp.231-243.
Hamilton G, Hamilton G, Cross D, Hamilton G, Cross D, Resnicow K, Hamilton G, Cross D, Resnicow K, Shaw T, Hamilton G. Does harm minimisation lead to greater experimentation? Results from a school smoking intervention trial. Drug and Alcohol Review. 2007 Jan 1;26(6):605-13.
Has a cost benefit study been undertaken and published?