Professor Mark Petticrew
of Public Health Evaluation
15-17 Tavistock Place
Director of the NIHR Public Health Research Unit (https://www.phpru.online.uk). I am also a member of PIRU - the Policy Innovation Research Unit at LSHTM (http://www.piru.ac.uk), and the NIHR School for Public Health Research at LSHTM: http://sphr.lshtm.ac.uk.
How alcohol industry organisations mislead the public about alcohol and cancer. Drug and Alcohol Review 2017. Available (£0) at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dar.12596/epdf
Dark Nudges and Sludge in Big Alcohol: Behavioral Economics, Cognitive Biases, and Alcohol Industry Corporate Social Responsibility. Milbank Quarterly 2020 (Dark Nudges and Sludge in Big Alcohol: Behavioral Economics, Cognitive Biases, and Alcohol Industry Corporate Social Responsibility - PETTICREW - 2020 - The Milbank Quarterly - Wiley Online Library)
Pregnancy, Fertility, Breastfeeding, and Alcohol Consumption: An Analysis of Information Disseminated by Alcohol Industry–Funded Organizations. Journal of Studies of Alcohol and Drugs, 2019 (www.jsad.com/doi/pdf/10.15288/jsad.2019.80.524)
Other recent papers:
Alcohol advertising and public health: systems perspectives versus narrow perspectives: see: http://jech.bmj.com/content/jech/early/2016/10/27/jech-2016-207644.full.pdf
We have also recently published papers on the Responsibility Deal evaluation, relating to the alcohol, food, physical activity and health at work networks. See:
I have also co-authored a book which provides guidance on how to do systematic reviews in public health:
Petticrew M, Roberts H (2006) Systematic Reviews in the Social Sciences: A practical guide. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
I currently teach on the MSc Public Health, among others, and co-organise the Health Promotion Approaches and Methods module. I am Head of the Department of Public Health, Environments and Society.
A main interest is in the evaluation of complex interventions.
One of the papers has been made freely available by J Clin Epi:
"Complex interventions and their implications for systematic reviews:
a pragmatic approach":
The Responsibility Deal Evaluation is described here (with details of publications):
Other research has investigated tobacco industry funding of psychological research - e.g. the research of Hans Selye (see:http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20466961), and research on Type A Behaviour and CHD (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22994187).
We have published a paper in the American J of Public Health on Islam and the tobacco industry:
The Guardian did a nice piece on this:
See the "Background" section for links to recent publications on alcohol and public health.