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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Daniel Vidler
Clair Roper
Dr Simon Hill
Professor Simon Thomas
Acute toxicity from the synthetic cathinone N-ethylpentylone (ephylone) in the United Kingdom2021
Dr Simon Hill
Professor Simon Thomas
Detection of flubromazolam in patients with suspected non-medical drug use attending emergency departments in the United Kingdom2021
Dr Simon Hill
Professor Stephen Rushton
Professor Simon Thomas
Effect of the UK Psychoactive Substances Act 2016 on episodes of toxicity related to new psychoactive substances as reported to the National Poisons Information Service. A time series analysis.2020
Dr Adam Potts
Dr Celine Cano
Professor Simon Thomas
Dr Simon Hill
Synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonists: classification and nomenclature2020
Dr Simon Hill
Dr Michael Dunn
Professor Simon Thomas
Acute toxicity following analytically confirmed use of the novel psychoactive substance (NPS) methiopropamine. A report from the Identification Of Novel psychoActive substances (IONA) study2019
Dr Simon Hill
Dr Michael Dunn
Dr Celine Cano
Dr Suzannah Harnor
Dr Ian Hardcastle
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Human Toxicity Caused by Indole and Indazole Carboxylate Synthetic Cannabinoid Receptor Agonists: From Horizon Scanning to Notification2018
Dr Simon Hill
Patterns of Acute Toxicity Associated with New Psychoactive Substances2018
Dr Simon Hill
A systematic review of adverse events arising from the use of synthetic cannabinoids and their associated treatment2016
Professor Simon Thomas
Dr Michael Dunn
Dr Simon Hill
Analytically confirmed exposure to novel psychoactive substances in patients presenting to hospital with severe clinical toxicity in the United Kingdom. Results from the Identification Of Novel psychoActive substances (IONA) study2016
Dr Simon Hill
Dr Michael Dunn
Professor Peter Blain
Professor Simon Thomas
Clinical toxicity following analytically confirmed use of the synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonist MDMB-CHMICA. A report from the Identification Of Novel psychoActive substances (IONA) study2016
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