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Nadine Hendrie BA MSc

Research Associate

 

 

I joined CHSS as a research assistant in September 2016. I contribute to a number of ongoing and proposed research projects in the field of substance use, young people and mental health. Current projects include randomised control trials of interventions for young alcohol users in schools (SIPS JR High) and the management of risk and substance use by young people involved in the criminal justice system (RISKIT-CJS).

I am particularly interested in health outcomes for those involved in the criminal justice system. Areas of interest include substance use, mental health provision and self-inflicted death in prison custody.

Previous research experience includes, government social researcher at the Ministry of Justice, Law, rights and International Analysis. Working on a partnership project with the Judicial Appointments Commission. My research and the overall project findings informed the MOJ Judicial Diversity Taskforce annual report 2014. I also have operational experience of the criminal justice system, including court experience as a Jnr Barristers Clerk, working in prisons, and various roles supporting ex-offenders.

I completed my BA Criminology at the University of Essex. I was awarded a HEFCE bursary to complete an MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice at The University of Oxford.

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Article
Coulton, S., Giles, E. L., McGeechan, G. J., Deluca, P., Drummond, C., Howel, D., Kaner, E., McColl, E., McGovern, R., Scott, S., Sumnall, H., Vale, L., Albani, V., Boniface, S., Ferguson, J., Gilvarry, E., Hendrie, N., Howe, N., Ramsay, A. and Newbury-Birch, D. (2022) "The Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness of Screening and Brief Alcohol Intervention to Reduce Alcohol Consumption in Young People in the High School Setting: A Pragmatic Randomized Controlled Trial (SIPS JR-HIGH)", Alcohol and Alcoholism. Oxford Univ Press. doi: 10.1093/alcalc/agab087.
Coulton, S., Giles, E. L., McGeechan, G. J., Deluca, P., Drummond, C., Howel, D., Kaner, E., McColl, E., McGovern, R., Scott, S., Sumnall, H., Vale, L., Albani, V., Boniface, S., Ferguson, J., Gilvarry, E., Hendrie, N., Howe, N., Ramsay, A. and Newbury-Birch, D. (2022) "The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of screening and brief alcohol intervention to reduce alcohol consumption in young people in the high school setting: a pragmatic randomised controlled trial (SIPS JR-HIGH).", Alcohol and Alcoholism. Oxford University Press. doi: 10.1093/alcalc/agab087.
Giles, E. L., McGeechan, G. J., Scott, S., McGovern, R., Boniface, S., Ramsay, A., Hendrie, N., McColl, E., Sumnall, H., Newbury-Birch, D. and Kaner, E. (2019) "A qualitative account of young people's experiences of alcohol screening and brief interventions in schools: SIPS Jr-HIGH trial findings", Journal of Public Health. Oxford University Press. doi: 10.1093/pubmed/fdz074.
Giles, E. L., McGeechan, G. J., Coulton, S., Deluca, P., Drummond, C., Howel, D., Kaner, E., McColl, E., McGovern, R., Scott, S., Stamp, E., Sumnall, H., Todd, L., Vale, L., Albani, V., Boniface, S., Ferguson, J., Gilvarry, E., Hendrie, N., Howe, N., Mossop, H., Ramsay, A., Stanley, G. and Newbury-Birch, D. (2019) "Brief alcohol intervention for risky drinking in young people aged 14–15 years in secondary schools: the SIPS JR-HIGH RCT", Public Health Research. doi: 10.3310/phr07090.
Giles, E. L., McGeechan, G. J., Coulton, S., Deluca, P., Drummond, C., Howel, D., Kaner, E., McColl, E., McGovern, R., Scott, S., Stamp, E., Sumnall, H., Todd, L., Vale, L., Albani, V., Boniface, S., Ferguson, J., Gilvarry, E., Hendrie, N., Howe, N., Mossop, H., Ramsay, A., Stanley, G. and Newbury-Birch, D. (2019) "Brief alcohol intervention for risky drinking in young people aged 14–15 years in secondary schools: the SIPS JR-HIGH RCT", Public Health Research. National Institute for Health Research, pp. 1-134. doi: 10.3310/phr07090.
Coulton, S., Stockdale, K., Marchand, C., Hendrie, N., Billings, J., Boniface, S., Butler, S., Deluca, P., Drummond, C., Newbury-Birch, D., Pellatt-Higgins, T., Stevens, A., Sutherland, A. and Wilson, E. (2017) "Pragmatic randomized controlled trial to evaluate the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of a multi-component intervention to reduce substance use and risk-taking behavior in adolescents involved in the criminal justice system: A trial protocol (RISKIT-CJS)", BMC Public Health. BMC. doi: 10.1186/s12889-017-4170-6.
Giles, E. L., Coulton, S., Deluca, P., Drummond, C., Howel, D., Kaner, E., McColl, E., McGovern, R., Scott, S., Stamp, E., Sumnall, H., Tate, L., Todd, L., Vale, L., Albani, V., Boniface, S., Ferguson, J., Frankham, J., Gilvarry, E., Hendrie, N., Howe, N., McGeechan, G. J., Stanley, G. and Newbury-Birch, D. (2016) "Multicentre individual randomised controlled trial of screening and brief alcohol intervention to prevent risky drinking in young people aged 14–15 in a high school setting (SIPS JR-HIGH): study protocol", BMJ Open. BMJ. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-012474.
Conference or workshop item
Gadsby, E. W., Eida, T., Marchand, C., Hendrie, N., Vass, R. and Nizalova, O. (2018) "Working differently for improved primary care for young people in a difficult financial climate", in.
Hendrie, N., Vass, R. and Marchand, C. (2018) "Alcohol use: How risky is risky?", in.
Gadsby, E. W., Eida, T. J., Marchand, C., Hendrie, N., Vass, R. and Nizalova, O. (2018) "Working differently for improved primary care for young people in a difficult financial climate", in. European Forum for Primary Care 2018.
Hendrie, N., Marchand, C. and McGheechan, G. (2017) "Facilitators and Barriers to Early Recruitment: Observations from the RISKIT-CJS Pragmatic Randomised Control Trial", in.
Total publications in KAR: 11 [See all in KAR]
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