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Professor Carl May
Professor Avan Sayer
Implementation of grip strength measurement in medicine for older people wards as part of routine admission assessment: identifying facilitators and barriers using a theory-led intervention2018
Dr Tracy Finch
Melissa Girling
Professor Carl May
Professor Elaine McColl
Dr Ian Steen
et al.
Improving the normalization of complex interventions: part 2 - validation of the NoMAD instrument for assessing implementation work based on normalization process theory (NPT)2018
Professor Gary Ford
Professor Christopher Price
Professor Carl May
Integrating acute stroke telemedicine consultations into specialists' usual practice: A qualitative analysis comparing the experience of Australia and the United Kingdom2017
Christine May
Dr Matthew Breckons
Professor Carl May
A web-based intervention (RESTORE) to support self-management of cancer-related fatigue following primary cancer treatment: a multi-centre proof of concept randomised controlled trial2016
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Implementation, context and complexity2016
Dr Ben Heaven
Claire Bamford
Professor Carl May
Professor Paula Moynihan
Food work and feeding assistance on hospital wards2013
Dr Tracy Finch
Dr Tim Rapley
Melissa Girling
Professor Elaine McColl
Dr Nick Steen
et al.
Improving the Normalization of Complex Interventions: Measure Development based on Normalization Process Theory (NoMAD): Study Protocol2013
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Factors that promote or inhibit the implementation of e-health systems: An explanatory systematic review2012
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Carl May
From theory to 'measurement' in complex interventions: Methodological lessons from the development of an e-health normalisation instrument2012
Claire Bamford
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Carl May
Professor Paula Moynihan
Implementing nutrition guidelines for older people in residential care homes: a qualitative study using Normalization Process Theory2012
Dr Mabel Lie
Professor Carl May
Teresa Kelly
Professor Steve Robson
Let the computer choose? - the experience of participants in a randomised preference trial of medical versus surgical termination of pregnancy2012
Russell Cathcart
Professor Carl May
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
The conversion from sensation to symptom - the case of catarrh, a qualitative study2012
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Carl May
Dr Lesley Kay
Professor Helen Foster
et al.
An evidence and practice-based regional musculoskeletal examination for school-aged children-prems [abstract]2011
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Peter Avery
Professor Carl May
Professor Helen Foster
Barriers and challanges to research in paediatric rheumatology [abstract]2011
Professor Carl May
Professor Helen Foster
Delays in access to care for patients with juvenile idiopathic arthritis: Preliminary ideas [abstract]2011
Dr Sara Kirk
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Established users and the making of telecare work in long term condition management: Implications for health policy2011
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Dr Tim Rapley
Evaluating complex interventions and health technologies using normalization process theory: development of a simplified approach and web-enabled toolkit2011
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Catherine Exley
Dr Sara Kirk
Dr Neil Jenkings
et al.
Integrating telecare for chronic disease management in the community: What needs to be done?2011
Rose Watson
Professor Jeremy Parr
Caroline Joyce
Professor Carl May
Professor Ann Le Couteur
et al.
Models of transitional care for young people with complex health needs: a scoping review2011
Professor Helen Foster
Dr Lesley Kay
Professor Carl May
Pediatric regional examination of the musculoskeletal system: A practice- and consensus-based approach2011
Professor Helen Foster
Dr Lesley Kay
Professor Carl May
Dr Tim Rapley
Pediatric regional examination of the musculoskeletal system: A practice- and consensus-based approach2011
Dr Mabel Lie
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Carl May
Professor Martin White
Dr Ruth Bell
et al.
Preventing type 2 diabetes after gestational diabetes: qualitative studies with postnatal women to inform intervention development2011
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Why is it difficult to implement e-health initiatives? A qualitative study2011
Dr Christopher Johnson
Professor Carl May
Embedding effective depression care: using theory for primary care organisational and systems change2010
Professor Helen Foster
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Carl May
Juvenile idiopathic arthritis: improved outcome requires improved access to care2010
Chris Speed
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Ashley Adamson
Professor John Bond
Dr Sally Corbett
et al.
LIFELAX - diet and LIFEstyle versus LAXatives in the management of chronic constipation in older people: randomised controlled trial2010
Professor Carl May
Managing depression among ethnic communities: A qualitative study2010
Professor Carl May
Negotiations of distress between East Timorese and Vietnamese refugees and their family doctors in Melbourne2010
Dr Tracy Finch
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Carl May
Normalisation process theory: a framework for developing, evaluating and implementing complex interventions2010
Dr Ben Heaven
Claire Bamford
Professor Carl May
Professor Paula Moynihan
When 30-40cms becomes a problem: Feeding, food-work and the space between patient and plate on hospital wards.2010
Dr Ben Heaven
Claire Bamford
Professor Carl May
Professor Paula Moynihan
When 30-40cms becomes a problem: Feeding, food-work and the space between patient and plate on hospital wards. 2010
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Carl May
Dr Lesley Kay
Professor Helen Foster
et al.
An evidence and practice based regional musculoskeletal examination for school-aged children - Prems2009
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Dr Tim Rapley
Development of a theory of implementation and integration: Normalization Process Theory2009
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Carl May
Dr Ben Heaven
Dr Lesley Kay
Professor Helen Foster
et al.
Doing being a team: Multidisciplinarity-in-action in paediatric rheumatology consultations2009
Dr Ben Thompson
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Carl May
Dr Lesley Kay
Education for People with Ankylosing Spondylitis: Current Practice in the UK2009
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Ben Heaven
Claire Bamford
Professor Carl May
How the logics of research make researchers a problem: The dynamics of interaction between epistemic communities.2009
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Ben Heaven
Claire Bamford
Professor Carl May
How the logics of research make researchers a problem: The dynamics of interaction between epistemic communities.2009
Claire Bamford
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Carl May
Professor Paula Moynihan
Implementing healthier menus in care homes for older people2009
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Implementing, Embedding, and Integrating Practices: An Outline of Normalization Process Theory2009
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Carl May
Making and unmaking telepatients: Identity and governance in new health technologies2009
Professor Catherine Exley
Dr Nicolette Rousseau
Emeritus Professor Jimmy Steele CBE
Dr Tracy Finch
Dr James Field
et al.
Paying for treatments? Influences on negotiating clinical need and decision-making for dental implant treatment2009
Professor Steve Robson
Teresa Kelly
Denise Howel
Dr Mark Deverill
Dr Mabel Lie
et al.
Randomised preference trial of medical versus surgical termination of pregnancy less than 14 weeks' gestation (TOPS)2009
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Catherine Exley
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Carl May
The participation of practice nurses in a randomised controlled trial: Managing intersecting trajectories of work2009
Professor Carl May
The politics of conducting research on depression in a cross-cultural context2009
Professor Carl May
We need minimally disruptive medicine2009
Professor Carl May
Arduous implementation: Does the Normalisation Process Model explain why it's so difficult to embed decision support technologies for patients in routine clinical practice2008
Professor Cam Donaldson
Professor Carl May
Dr Tiago Moreira
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Economics, sociology and 'evidence' about health care2008
Dr Ben Thompson
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Carl May
Dr Lesley Kay
Education for people with ankylosing spondylitis: Perspectives from patients, rheumatologists and allied health professionals2008
Dr Mabel Lie
Professor Steve Robson
Professor Carl May
Experiences of abortion: A narrative review of qualitative studies2008
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Carl May
Future patients? Telehealthcare, roles and responsibilities2008
Professor Carl May
Health technologies and human relations: A special issue of Chronic Illness2008
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Catherine Exley
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Carl May
Instability, conflict and regaining epistemological control: An ethnographic account of a trial-team at work2008
Dr Deborah James
Professor Carl May
Patient-centred services in speech and language therapy2008
Professor Julian Hughes
Claire Bamford
Professor Carl May
Types of centredness in health care: themes and concepts2008
Dr Tiago Moreira
Professor Julian Hughes
Emeritus Professor Thomas Kirkwood
Professor Carl May
Professor Ian McKeith
et al.
What explains variations in the clinical use of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) as a diagnostic category?2008
Scott Fraser
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Carl May
Which quality of life score is best for glaucoma patients and why?2008
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Professor Martin Eccles
Dr Nick Steen
Jane Greenaway
Dr Lynne Stobbart
et al.
A patient decision aid to support shared decision-making on anti-thrombotic treatment of patients with atrial fibrillation: Randomised controlled trial2007
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Ben Heaven
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Ruth Graham
et al.
Medical communication and technology: a video-based process study of the use of decision aids in primary care consultations2007
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Process evaluation for complex interventions in primary care: Understanding trials using the normalization process model2007
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Professor Carl May
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Ben Heaven
et al.
Qualitative methods in a randomised controlled trial: the role of an integrated qualitative process evaluation in providing evidence to discontinue the intervention in one arm of a trial of a decision support tool2007
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Carl May
Teledermatology in the U.K.: Lessons in service innovation2007
Professor Carl May
The clinical encounter and the problem of context2007
Professor Carl May
The clinical encounter and the problem of context2007
Professor Carl May
The clinical encounter and the problem of context2007
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Understanding the implementation and integration of e-health services2007
Nicholas Wride
Dr Tracy Finch
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Carl May
Scott Fraser
et al.
What's in a name? Medication terms: What they mean and when to use them2007
Dr Tiago Moreira
Professor Carl May
Professor Martin Eccles
A new method of analysis enabled a better understanding of clinical practice guideline development processes2006
Professor Carl May
A rational model for assessing and evaluating complex interventions in health care2006
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Deborah Hutchings
Dr Lynne Corner
Fiona Beyer
Dr Heather Dickinson
et al.
A systematic literature review of the effectiveness of non-pharmacological interventions to prevent wandering in dementia and evaluation of the ethical implications and acceptability of their use2006
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Catherine Exley
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Carl May
Bridging the ontological divide: Different social worlds in the conduct of a randomised controlled trial.2006
Professor Carl May
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Eileen Kaner
Clinical reasoning, clinical trials and risky drinkers in everyday primary care: A qualitative study of British general practitioners2006
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Carl May
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Ruth Graham
et al.
Doctor-patient interaction in a randomised controlled trial of decision-support tools2006
Professor Barbara Hanratty
Professor Carl May
Professor Christopher Ward
Doctor's understanding of palliative care2006
Professor Carl May
Mobilising modern facts: Health technology assessment and the politics of evidence2006
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Carl May
Dr Ruth Graham
et al.
Patients or research subjects? A qualitative study of participation in a randomised controlled trial of a complex intervention2006
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Carl May
Seeing through the glass darkly? A qualitative exploration of GPs' drinking and their alcohol intervention practices2006
Professor Carl May
Self-management of chronic conditions: Re-engineering patient-hood2006
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Carl May
Professor Eileen Kaner
Still a difficult business? Negotiating alcohol-related problems in general practice consultations2006
Professor Carl May
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Tiago Moreira
Dr Tracy Finch
Dr Ben Heaven
et al.
Technogovernance: Evidence, subjectivity, and the clinical encounter in primary care medicine2006
Professor Carl May
Technology, trials, and the limits of evidence in Health Technology Assessment2006
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Carl May
Telemedicine, telecare, and the future patient: innovation, risk and governance2006
Professor Carl May
The hard work of being ill2006
Professor Carl May
Theory and research in health services research: an empirical study of quality improvement and telemedicine researchers2006
Professor Carl May
Understanding processes of technological change in the NHS2006
Professor Carl May
Understanding the adoption and normalization of health technologies: building a conceptual model from qualitative studies2006
Professor Carl May
What general practitioners find satisfying in their work: Implications for health care system reform2006
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Carl May
[abstract] General practitioners' drinking behavior and alcohol intervention work: seeing through a glass darkly?2005
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Ben Heaven
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Carl May
[abstract] 'It ain't what you do, it's the way that you do it': an observational study of doctor-patient interactions during shared-decision making in primary care2005
Professor Carl May
Chronic illness and intractability: professional-patient interactions in primary care2005
Professor Carl May
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Eileen Kaner
Clinical reasoning, clinical trials and risky drinkers in everyday primary care: a qualitative study of British general practitioners2005
Professor Carl May
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Eileen Kaner
Clinical reasoning, clinical trials and risky drinkers in everyday primary care: a qualitative study of British general practitioners2005
Dr Heather Dickinson
Dr Lynne Corner
Fiona Beyer
Alessandra Vanoli
Dr Tracy Finch
et al.
Effectiveness and acceptability of non-pharmacological methods to reduce wandering in people with dementia: incorporating users' perspectives into systematic reviews2005
Professor Carl May
Epidemiological, social and political dimensions of chronic disease [reply to commentaries 2005;1,1:15-20]2005
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Eileen Kaner
Professor Carl May
et al.
Epistemological status of patients in a randomised controlled trial2005
Dr Nicolette Rousseau
Professor Elaine McColl
Emeritus Professor Greg Rubin
Professor Carl May
Emeritus Professor Amritpal Hungin
et al.
Identifying patients with irritable bowel syndrome via a population survey2005
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Ben Heaven
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
et al.
'It aint what you do, it's the way that you do it': an observational study of doctor-patient interactions during shared-decision making in primary care2005
Professor Carl May
Methodological pluralism, British sociology and the evidence-based state: A reply to Payne et al2005
Professor Carl May
Methodological pluralism, British sociology and the evidence-based state: A reply to Payne et al.2005
Professor Carl May
Pastoral relationships and holding work in primary care: affect, subjectivity and chronicity2005
Professor Carl May
Patient and provider perspectives on home telecare: Preliminary results from a randomized controlled trial2005
Professor Carl May
Patients' and nurses' views of nurse-led heart failure clinics in general practice: a qualitative study2005
Dr Craig Dixon
Professor Carl May
Qualitative study of an educational intervention for GPs in the assessment and management of depression2005
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Professor Martin Eccles
Jane Greenaway
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Eileen Kaner
et al.
Randomised controlled trial of a patient decision aid in stroke prevention in patients with atrial fibrillation2005
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Carl May
Telecare: Perspectives on the changing role of patients and citizens2005
Professor Carl May
The listening loop: A model of choice about cues within primary care consultations2005
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Towards a wireless patient: Chronic illness, scarce care and technological innovation in the United Kingdom2005
Professor Carl May
Young adults' (16-25 years) suggestions for providing developmentally appropriate diabetes services: A qualitative study2005
Professor Carl May
A new role for the general practitioner? Reframing 'inappropriate attenders' to inappropriate services2004
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
'Being more modern': shifting notions of innovation in telehealthcare2004
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
'Being more modern': shifting notions of innovation in telehealthcare2004
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Professor Martin Eccles
Dr Ruth Graham
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Eileen Kaner
et al.
Cessation of one arm of a randomised control trial (RCT) of a complex intervention: a case study of the value of contemporary observational data2004
Professor Carl May
Clinical trial patient pathway: Making the patient journey less of a trial2004
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Carl May
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
et al.
Decision aids and doctor/patient interaction in consultations aimed at shared-decision making. Paper presented at . . York2004
Professor Carl May
Antonya Allison
Dr Ruth Graham
Framing the doctor-patient relationship in chronic illness: A comparative study of general practitioners' accounts2004
Professor Carl May
From compliance to concordance: Barriers to accomplishing a re-framed model of health care interactions2004
Professor Carl May
Health professionals' responses to the introduction of a home telehealth service2004
Claire Bamford
Professor John Bond
Professor Martin Eccles
Dr Ruth Graham
Sharon Lamont
et al.
Negotiating shared understandings of dementia2004
Professor Carl May
Parachuting doctors in the North West: assisting under-performing general practitioners2004
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Problems with Implementation: The Story of a Home Telecare Trial2004
Professor Carl May
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Tiago Moreira
Dr Tracy Finch
Dr Ben Heaven
et al.
Reshaping the clinical encounter in the late modernity: technologies and subjectivity in primary care2004
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Telemedicine and clinical governance: controlling technology; containing knowledge. From convergence to confidence: science, technology and politics in medicine2004
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
The anatomy of failure? Teledermatology in an English city2004
Professor Carl May
The harmful consequences of elavating the doctor-patient relationship to be a primary goal of the general practice consultation2004
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Eileen Kaner
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Professor Carl May
et al.
“Well, we’ll come back to that question”: The impact of a computerised decision-support tool on doctor-patient interaction2003
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Health technology assessment in its local contexts: Studies of telehealthcare2003
Professor Carl May
Dr Tiago Moreira
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Tracy Finch
Dr Ben Heaven
et al.
Hybrid Medicine: Technogovernance, subjectivity and primary care2003
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Carl May
Dr Tiago Moreira
Dr Ben Heaven
et al.
Hybrid Medicines: Technologies And Subjects In Primary Care2003
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Carl May
Dr Tiago Moreira
Dr Ben Heaven
et al.
Hybrid medicines: technologies and subjects in primary care2003
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Carl May
Integrating service development with evaluation in telehealthcare: An ethnographic study2003
Professor Carl May
Tony Boland
Lessons from the implementation of a home telecare service2003
Professor Carl May
Tony Boland
Lessons from the implementation of a home telecare service2003
Professor Barbara Hanratty
Professor Carl May
Negotiating palliative care expertise in the medical world2003
Dr Timothy Williams
Professor Carl May
Normative models of health technology assessment and the social production of evidence about telehealth care2003
Professor Carl May
Obesity and binge eating disorder: general practitioners' constructs of an ambiguous pathology2003
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Eileen Kaner
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Ruth Graham
et al.
Ordering Contingency: Some observations on how not to 'confound' a randomised controlled trial2003
Professor Carl May
Qualitative study of patients' perceptions of the quality of care for depression in general practice2003
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Remote doctors and absent patients: Acting at a distance in telemedicine?2003
Professor Carl May
Telephone triage by nurses in primary care: what is it for and what are the consequences likely to be?2003
Professor Carl May
Transforming general practice: The redistribution of medical work in primary care2003
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Understanding the Normalization of Telemedicine Services through Qualitative Evaluation2003
Professor Carl May
Where do we stand in relation to the data?2003
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Why do telemedicine systems fail to normalize as stable models of service delivery?2003
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Eileen Kaner
Professor Carl May
et al.
You go and see a doctor at the surgery, not at research”: How 'patients' in an RCT understand themselves as experimental subjects2003
Professor Carl May
A randomized controlled trial of home telecare2002
Professor Barbara Hanratty
Professor Carl May
Professor Christopher Ward
Doctors' perceptions of palliative care for heart failure: focus group study2002
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Dr Nicola Shaw
Factors influencing the evaluation of telehealth interventions: preliminary results from a qualitative study of evaluation projects in the UK2002
Professor Carl May
Factors that promote and inhibit the effective evaluation of telehealthcare interventions: an ethnographic study2002
Professor Carl May
Stephen Hedley
Managing depression in primary care: Another example of the inverse care law?2002
Professor Carl May
Medically unexplained symptoms and the problem of power in the primary care consultation: A qualitative study2002
Professor Carl May
Qualitative research and the problem of judgement: Lessons from interviewing fellow professionals2002
Professor Carl May
Systematic review of cost effectiveness studies of telemedicine interventions2002
Sharon Lamont
Claire Bamford
Professor Carl May
Professor John Bond
Professor Martin Eccles
et al.
The role of priming networks in diagnostic disclosure in dementia2002
Professor Carl May
What factors promote or inhibit the effective evaluation of telehealthcare interventions?2002
Claire Bamford
Professor Carl May
Professor Martin Eccles
Professor John Bond
Dementia: views of clinicians in primary and secondary care2001
Professor Carl May
Domains of consultation research in primary care2001
Professor Carl May
Experiencing depression, experiencing the depressed: patients and doctors accounts2001
Professor Carl May
Dr Tracy Finch
Factors affecting the adoption of telehealthcare technologies in the United Kingdom: the policy context and the problem of evidence2001
Professor Carl May
From compliance to concordance: meeting the needs of patients?2001
Professor Carl May
Is objective testing for Menorrhagia in general practice practical? Results from a qualitative study2001
Professor Carl May
Knowing patients and knowledge about patients: Evidence of modes of reasoning in the consultation?2001
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Carl May
Limitations of patient satisfaction studies in telehealthcare: A systematic review of the literature2001
Professor Carl May
Pathology, identity and the social construction of alcohol dependence2001
Professor Carl May
Pathology, identity and the social construction of alcohol dependence2001
Professor Carl May
Clare Griffiths
Patient satisfaction with store and forward teledermatology2001
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Carl May
Dr Nicola Shaw
Patient satisfaction with teledermatology is related to perceived quality of life2001
Professor Carl May
When protocols fail: technical evaluation, biomedical knowledge, and the social production of 'facts' about a telemedicine clinic2001
Professor Carl May
Dealing with doubt. How patients account for non-specific chronic low back pain2000
Professor Carl May
'Partners in pain' - the game of painmanship revisited2000
Professor Carl May
Patients perceptions of a telemedicine speciality clinic2000
Professor Carl May
Patients' perceptions of a telemedicine specialty clinic2000
Professor Carl May
Incontinence and sexuality: findings from a qualitative investigation1999
Professor Carl May
Medical knowledge and the intractable patient: the case of chronic low back pain1999
Professor Carl May
Perceptions of self, self-esteem, and the adolescent smoker1999