Career

UK Society for the Study of Addiction Research Fellow - Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia

  

Previous Appointments
 

2009-2013 Research Advisor National Institute for Health Research, Research Design Service for the East of England – specialising in qualitative methodologies 

2009-2011 Lecturer in Substance Misuse - School Of Medicine Health Policy & Practice, University of East Anglia.

2007-2011 Qualitative Lead researcher, 'A randomised controlled trial, economic evaluation and qualitative study of supervised consumption in patients managed with opiate maintenance treatment', School Of Medicine Health Policy & Practice, University of East Anglia.

2008 Research Associate, ‘Needs Assessment of Norfolk Drugs Misusers not in Treatment’, School Of Medicine Health Policy & Practice, University of East Anglia.

2008 Associate Tutor, School of Psychosocial Sciences, University of East Anglia.

2007 Research Associate ‘Young Peoples Needs Assessment for Norfolk Drug and Alcohol Partnership’, School Social Work & Psychosocial Sciences, University of East Anglia.

2005 - 2006 Research Associate, ‘Evaluation of Family Resolutions Pilot Project’ Centre for Research on the Child and Family, School of Psychosocial Sciences, University of East Anglia.

2005 - 2006 Research Associate ‘National Evaluation of Children’s Trusts Pathfinders’, Centre for Applied Research In Education, School of Education, University of East Anglia.

2004-2005 Research Associate, ‘A Process and Outcome Evaluation of In-Court Conciliation at First Appointment in Contact Cases’, Centre for Research on the Child and Family, School of Psychosocial Sciences, University of East Anglia.

2000-2004 Associate Tutor, School of Psychosocial Sciences, University of East Anglia.

2002-2004 Editor’s Assistant, Journal of Therapeutic Communities
2002-2003 Assistant Editor, Journal of Child & Family Social Work
 

Professional Qualifications and professional memberships
 

December 2011 Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Practice, University of East Anglia
July 2000 BSc (Hons), University of East Anglia (starred 1)
August 2003 PhD, University of East Anglia
 

Selected publications
 

1. Song F, Maskrey V, Blyth A, Brown T, Barton G.R, Aveyard P, Notley C, Holland R, Bachmann M.O, Sutton S, Brandon T.H (2015) Differences in Longer-Term Smoking Abstinence After Treatment by Specialist or Nonspecialist Advisors: Secondary Analysis of Data From a Relapse Prevention Trial. Nicotine and Tobacco Research 07-2015. Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 05-2016, 1–6. doi:10.1093/ntr/ntv148

2. Notley, C, Blyth, A, Craig, J, Edwards, A & Holland, R (2015) Postpartum Smoking Relapse – A Thematic Synthesis of Qualitative Studies. Addiction 110(11), p1712-1723

3. Maskrey, V, Blyth, A, Brown, T.J, Barton, G.B, Notley, C, Aveyard, P, Holland R, Bachmann, M.O, Sutton, S, Leonardi-Bee, J, Brandon, T & Song F (2015) Self-help educational booklets for the prevention of smoking relapse following smoking cessation treatment: A randomized controlled trial. Addiction 09-2015 DOI: 10.1111/add.13080.

4. Song F , Maskrey V, Blyth, A, Brown, T.J, Barton, G.B, Notley, C, Aveyard, P, Holland R, Bachmann, M.O, Sutton, S, Leonardi-Bee, J, Brandon, T & (2015) Effectiveness and economic evaluation of self-help educational materials for the prevention of smoking relapse: randomised controlled trial HTA Monograph. Volume 19 issue 59 July 2015. ISSN 1366-5278.

5. Tombor, I, Shahab, L, Brown, J, Notley, C & West, R. Does non-smoker identity following quitting predict long-term abstinence? Evidence from a population survey in England. Addict Behav. 2015 Jun; 45: 99–103. doi:  10.1016/j.addbeh.2015.01.026

6. Croxford, A, Notley, C, Maskrey, V, Holland, R, & Kouimtsidis, C,  (2014) ‘An exploratory qualitative study seeking participant views evaluating group Cognitive Behavioural Therapy group preparation for alcohol detoxification.’ Journal of Substance Use. Early online 1-8.

7. Notley, C, Blyth, A, Maskrey, V, Pinto, H & Holland R. Exploring the Concepts of Abstinence and Recovery through the Experiences of Long Term Opiate Substitution Clients. Subst Abus. 2014 Aug 15:0.

8. Holland, R, Maskrey, V, Swift, L, Notley, C, Robinson, A, Nagar, J, Gale, T & Kouimtsidis, C (2014) Treatment retention, drug use and social functioning outcomes in those receiving 3 months versus 1 month of supervised opioid maintenance treatment. Results from the Super C randomized controlled trial. Addiction. doi:10.1111/add.12439

9. Notley, C, Christopher, R, Hodgekins, J, Byrne, R, French, P & Fowler, D (2014) Participant views on Involvement in a trial of Social Recovery Cognitive Behaviour Therapy  British Journal of Psychiatry. 205, 1-6, doi: 10.1192/bjp.114.146472

10. Carroll, J, Goodair, C, Chaytor, A, Notley, C, Ghodse, H & Kopelman, P (2014) Substance misuse teaching in undergraduate medical education. BMC Medical Education.2014, 14:34. DOI: 10.1186/1472-6920-14-34. URL: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6920/14/34


11. Notley, C, Maskrey, V & Holland, R (2011) The needs of problematic drug misusers not in treatment – a qualitative study of perceived treatment barriers and recommendations for services. Drugs Education, Prevention and Policy. 

 

Academic Background

  • Doctor of Philosophy, School of Social Work & Psychosocial Sciences, University of East Anglia. Submitted June 2003, examined October 2003
  • 1997-2000. BSc Hons. (Starred First Class) Psychosocial Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich

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