Professor Wayne Hall

Director & Inaugural Chair

Centre for Youth Substance Abuse
Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences

Affiliate Professor

UQ Centre for Clinical Research
Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Affiliate Professor

Queensland Brain Institute
w.hall@uq.edu.au
+61 7 336 55246

Overview

Wayne Hall is Professor and Inaugural Director of the Centre for Youth Substance Abuse Research at the University of Queensland (January 2014-) and a Visiting Professor at the National Addiction Centre, Kings College London (2009-); the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (2010-); and the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, UNSW.

He was formerly an NHMRC Australia Fellow in addiction neuroethics at the University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research and the Queensland Brain Institute, UQ (2009-2015); Professor of Public Health Policy in the School of Population Health (2005-2010); Director of the Office of Public Policy and Ethics at the Institute for Molecular Bioscience (2001-2005) at the University of Queensland; and Director of the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, UNSW (1994-2001).

In 2010 Wayne was the Wellcome Lecturer at The Centre for Neuroethics, University of Oxford, and received the Lee Greenaway Award from the Alcohol and Drug Foundation, Queensland. Wayne was appointed to the editorial board of Public Library of Science Medicine in 2012.

He has advised the World Health Organization on: the health effects of cannabis use; the effectiveness of drug substitution treatment; the scientific quality of the Swiss heroin trials; the contribution of illicit drug use to the global burden of disease; and the ethical implications of genetic and neuroscience research on addiction.

Research Interests

  • Addiction Neuroethics- ethical, social, legal and policy implications of neurobiological research on mental illness and addiction
    Research Interests Over the past 20 years I have worked in the fields of addiction, mental health and public health, addressing socially important and intellectually challenging scientific and policy questions that lie at the intersection between human biology and history. In 2001, I moved to the University of Queensland to work on the public policy and ethics of new biotechnologies arising from the sequencing of the human genome. I now work on the social and ethical implications of research in genetics and neuroscience on addiction and mental disorders. My work involves asking the following type of questions: • What are the potential uses that can be made of evidence that there is a genetic basis for the likelihood of developing drug dependence? • Should we screen the entire Australian population for genetic susceptibility to addiction? • Should we use genetic tests or neuroimaging to match addicted persons to treatments that give them the best chance of quitting? • Should we vaccinate children and adolescents to prevent cocaine, nicotine and other types of addiction? • Should we use consider neurosurgical treatments for intractable addiction? • Should we allow the courts to legally coerce addicted persons to undergo treatments that involve the implantation of long-acting drugs to block the effects of addictive drugs? • Should we allow adults to use pharmaceutical drugs to enhance their normal cognitive functioning? The award of an NHMRC Australia Fellowship in 2009 enabled me to assemble a team of bright young researchers to critically examine the most promising applications of neurobiological research on addiction and present our analyses in ways that will inform public policy debates about these applications.

Qualifications

  • Fellow, Academy Social Sciences in Australia
  • Doctor of Philosopy, University of New South Wales
  • Bachelor of Science, University of New South Wales

Publications

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  • Jensen, Charmaine, Partridge, Bradley, Forlini, Cynthia, Hall, Wayne and Lucke, Jayne (2016). Cognitive enhancement down under: an Australian perspective. In Veljko Dubljevic and Fabrice Jotterand (Ed.), Cognitive Enhancement: Ethical and Policy Implications in International Perspectives (pp. xx-xx) Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

  • Hall, Wayne and Carter, Adrian (2015). Are addicted individuals responsible for their behaviour?. In Walter Glannon (Ed.), Free will and the brain: neuroscientific, philosophical, and legal perspectives (pp. 146-167) Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/CBO9781139565820.009

  • Hall, Wayne D., Carter, Adrian and Yücel, Murat (2015). Ethical issues in the neuroprediction of addiction risk and treatment response. In Jens Clausen and Neil Levy (Ed.), Handbook of Neuroethics (pp. 1025-1044) Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-94-007-4707-4_69

  • Degenhardt, Louisa, Gartner, Coral and Hall, Wayne D. (2015). The epidemiology of tobacco, alcohol, and illicit drug use and their contribution to the burden of disease. In Paul Haber, Carolyn Day and Michael Farrell (Ed.), Addiction medicine: principles and practice (pp. 8-21) Sydney, Australia: IP Communications.

  • Carter, Adrian and Hall, Wayne D. (2015). What is addiction neuroethics?. In Jens Clausen and Neil Levy (Ed.), Handbook of neuroethics (pp. 995-998) Dordrecht: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-94-007-4707-4_67

  • Hall, Wayne and Degenhardt, Louisa (2014). Harm reduction policies for cannabis. In Roger G. Pertwee (Ed.), Handbook of Cannabis (pp. 692-709) Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199662685.003.0039

  • Carter, Adrian and Hall, Wayne (2013). Addiction neuroethics: ethical and social implications of genetic and neuroscience research on addiction. In Peter M. Miller (Ed.), Biological research on addiction: Voume 2 Comprehensive addictive behaviors and disorders (pp. 541-549) Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier.

  • Carter, Adrian and Hall, Wayne (2013). Addiction neuroethics: ethical and social implications of genetic and neuroscience research on addiction. In Biological research on addiction: comprehensive addictive behaviors and disorders (pp. 541-549) U. S. A.: Academic Press. doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-398335-0.00053-4

  • Hall, Wayne and Degenhardt, Louisa (2013). Cannabis Use and the Development and Maintenance of Psychosis. In Peter M. Miller (Ed.), Principles of Addiction: Comprehensive Addictive Behaviors and Disorders (pp. 517-524) U. S. A.: Academic Press. doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-398336-7.00054-1

  • Hall, Wayne and Lucke, Jayne (2013). Drug Decriminalization and Legalization. In Peter M. Miller (Ed.), Interventions for addiction: comprehensive addictive behaviors and disorders (pp. 689-696) U. S. A.: Academic Press. doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-398338-1.00070-1

  • Carter, Adrian and Hall, Wayne (2013). Ethical issues in the treatment of drug dependence. In Peter M. Miller (Ed.), Interventions for addiction: comprehensive addictive behaviors and disorders (pp. 611-620) U. S. A.: Academic Press. doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-398338-1.00063-4

  • Hall, W. D. and Carter, A. (2013). How may neuroscience affect the way that the criminal courts deal with addicted offenders?. In Nicole A. Vincent (Ed.), Neuroscience and legal responsibility (pp. 279-302) London: Oxford University Press.

  • Capps, B., Carter, A. and Hall, W. (2012). Addiction. In Ruth F. Chadwick (Ed.), Encyclopedia of applied ethics 2nd ed. (pp. 22-30) London, United Kingdom: Elsevier.

  • Carter, Adrian, Capps, Benjamin and Hall, Wayne (2012). Emerging neurobiological treatments of addiction: ethical and public policy considerations. In Adrian Carter, Wayne Hall and Judy Illes (Ed.), Addiction neuroethics: the ethics of addiction neuroscience research and treatment (pp. 96-113) New York, NY, United States: Elsevier. doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-385973-0.00005-3

  • Hall, Wayne D. and Alati, Rosa (2012). Gateway drug use. In Roger J. R. Levesque (Ed.), Encyclopedia of adolescence (pp. 1116-1122) New York, United States: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-1695-2_79

  • Room, Robin and Hall, Wayne D. (2012). Population approaches to alcohol, tobacco and drugs: Effectiveness, ethics and interplay with addition neuroscience. In Adrian Carter, Wayne Hall and Judy Isles (Ed.), Addiction Neuroethics: The Ethics of Addiction Neuroscience Research and Treatment (pp. 247-260) Oxford, United Kingdom: Academic Press.

  • Hall, Wayne D., Gartner, Coral E., Mathews, Rebecca and Munafo, Marcus (2012). Technical, ethical and social issues in the bioprediction of addiction liability and treatment response. In Adrian Carter, Wayne Hall and Judy Illes (Ed.), Addiction neuroethics: the ethics of addiction neuroscience research and treatment (pp. 115-135) New York, NY, United States: Academic Press. doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-385973-0.00006-5

  • Degenhardt, Louisa, Hall, Wayne, Lynskey, Michael, Coffey, Carolyn and Patton, George (2012). The association between cannabis use and depression: a review of the evidence. In David Castle, Robin M. Murray and Deepak Cyril (Ed.), Marijuana and madness 2 ed. (pp. 114-128) New York, NY, United States: Cambridge University Press.

  • Carter, Adrian, Hall, Wayne and Miller, Peter (2012). The ethics of harm reduction. In Richard Pates and Diane Riley (Ed.), Harm reduction in substance use and high-risk behaviour: international policy and practice (pp. 111-123) London, United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishing.

  • Mathews, Rebecca, Carter, Adrian and Hall, Wayne (2012). The implications of genetic research on alcohol dependence for dependence and treatment. In Audrey R. Chapman (Ed.), Genetic research on addiction: ethics, the law, and public health (pp. 16-30) Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

  • Mathews, Rebecca, Hall, Wayne and Carter, Adrian (2012). The public health implications of genetic research on addiction. In Audrey R. Chapman (Ed.), Genetic research on addiction: ethics, the law, and public health (pp. 155-173) Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

  • Carter, Adrian and Hall, Wayne (2012). The rights of individuals treated for drug, alcohol, and tobacco addiction. In Michael Dudley, Derrick Silove and Fran Gale (Ed.), Mental health and human rights: vision, praxis and courage (pp. 519-529) Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

  • Degenhardt, Louisa and Hall, Wayne (2012). What are the policy implications of the evidence on cannabis and psychosis?. In David Castle, Robin M. Murray and Deepak Cyril (Ed.), Marijuana and madness 2 ed. (pp. 55-65) New York, NY, United States: Cambridge University Press.

  • Carter, Adrian, Hall, Wayne D. and Illes, Judy (2012). What is addiction neuroethics and why does it matter?. In Adrian Carter, Wayne Hall and Judy Illes (Ed.), Addiction neuroethics: the ethics of addiction neuroscience research and treatment (pp. xvii-xxiv) London, U. K.: Academic Press. doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-385973-0.00019-3

  • Gartner, Coral and Hall, Wayne (2011). Challenges in reducing the disease burden of tobacco smoking. In Hamid Ghodse, Helen Herrman, Mario Maj and Norman Sartorius (Ed.), Substance abuse disorders: Evidence and experience (pp. 275-281) Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom: Wiley-Blackwell. doi:10.1002/9780470975084.ch22

  • Miller, Peter G., Carter, Adrian and Hall, Wayne (2010). Ethical issues in alcohol, other drugs and addiction-related research. In Peter G. Miller, John Strang and Peter M. Miller (Ed.), Addiction research methods (pp. 79-93) West Sussex, United Kingdom: Wiley-Blackwell. doi:10.1002/9781444318852.ch6

  • Hall, Wayne and Fischer, Benedikt (2010). Harm reduction policies for cannabis. In T. Rhodes and D. Hedrich (Ed.), Harm Reduction; Evidence, Impacts and Challenges (pp. 257-266) Luxembourg, Belgium: EMCDDA - European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. doi:10.2810/76576

  • Gartner Coral, Hall, Wayne. and McNeill, Ann (2010). Harm reduction policies for tobacco. In Harm reduction: Evidence, impacts and challenges (pp. 279-300) Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.

  • Carter, Adrian, Hall, Wayne and Nutt, David (2010). La Neurobiologia della dipendenza. In G. Serpelloni, F. Bricolo and M. Gomma (Ed.), Elementi di neuroscienze e dipendenze : Manuale per operatori die diparimenti delle dipendenze 2nd ed. (pp. 103-120) Verona, Italy: Deparimento delle Dipendenze.

  • Capps, Benjamin, Carter, Adrian, Hall, Wayne, Nutt, David, Ashcroft, Richard and ter Meulen, Ruud (2010). Possibili implicazioni dei progressi della neurobiologia della dipendenze. In Giovanni Serpelloni, Francesco Bricolo and Maurizio Gomma (Ed.), Elementi di Neuroscienze e Dipendenze : Manuale per operatori die Diparimenti delle Dipendenze 2nd ed. (pp. 251-256) Verona, Italy: Deparimento delle Dipendenze.

  • Hall, Wayne and Degenhardt, Louisa (2010). Schizophrenia secondary to cannabis use. In Perminder S. Sachdev and Matcheri S. Keshavan (Ed.), Secondary schizophrenia (pp. 169-178) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

  • Hall, Wayne D. and Degenhardt, Louisa (2009). Cannabis related disorders. In Benjamin J. Sadock, Virginia A. Sadock and Pedro Ruiz (Ed.), Kaplan and Sadock's Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry 9 ed. (pp. 1309-1318) Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins.

  • Capps, Benjamin, Carter, Adrian, Wayne Hall, Nutt, David, Ashcroft, Richard and ter Meulen, Ruud (2009). Conclusions and possible implications of advances in addiction neurobiology for future drug policies. In Adrian Carter, Benjamin Capps and Wayne Hall (Ed.), Addiction neurobiology: ethical and social implications (pp. 123-127) Lisbon, Portugal: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. doi:10.2810/48676

  • Ward, Jeff, Hall, Wayne and Mattick, Richard P. (2009). Methadone maintenance treatment. In Richard P. Mattick, Robert Ali and Nicholas Lintzeris (Ed.), Pharmacotherapies for the treatment of opioid dependence: Efficacy, cost-effectiveness and implementation guidelines (pp. 107-141) New York, USA: Informa Healthcare.

  • Carter, Adrian, Wayne Hall, Capps, Benjamin and ter Meulen, Ruud (2009). New developments in the treatment of addiction. In Adrian Carter, Benjamin Capps and Wayne Hall (Ed.), Addiction neurobiology: ethical and social implications (pp. 85-120) Lisbon, Portugal: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. doi:10.2810/48676

  • Carter, Adrian, Hall, Wayne and Nutt, David (2009). The neurobiology of addiction. In Adrian Carter, Benjamin Capps and Wayne Hall (Ed.), Addiction neurobiology: ethical and social implications (pp. 29-50) Lisbon, Portugal: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. doi:10.2810/48676

  • Carter, Adrian, Wayne Hall and Nutt, David (2009). The treatment of addiction. In Adrian Carter, Benjamin Capps and Wayne Hall (Ed.), Addiction neurobiology: ethical and social implications (pp. 53-68) Lisbon, Portugal: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. doi:10.2810/48676

  • Carter, Adrian, Hall, Wayne and Capps, Benjamin (2009). What is addiction?. In Adrian Carter, Benjamin Capps and Wayne Hall (Ed.), Addiction neurobiology: ethical and social implications (pp. 21-26) Lisbon, Portugal: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. doi:10.2810/48676

  • Hall, Wayne (2008). Assessing the population health impact of cannabis use. In Sharon Rodner Sznitman, Borje Olsson and Robin Room (Ed.), A cannabis reader : Global issues and local experiences : Perspectives on cannabis controversies, treatment and regulation in Europe (pp. 157-171) Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.

  • Hall, Wayne D., Degenhardt, L. and Patton, G. (2008). Cannabis abuse and dependence. In Cecilia A. Essau (Ed.), Adolescent addiction: Epidemiology, assessment and treatment (pp. 117-148) Amsterdam: Academic Press. doi:10.1016/B978-012373625-3.50006-1

  • Hall, Wayne D. and Farrell, M. (2008). Drug use and drug dependence. In Robin Murray, Kenneth S. Kendler, Peter McGuffin, Simon Wessely and David J. Castle (Ed.), Essential Psychiatry 4th ed. (pp. 230-249) Cambridge, UK ; New York: Cambridge University Press.

  • Hall, Wayne D., Degenhardt, L. and Sindicich, N. (2008). Illicit drug use and the burden of disease. In Kristian Heggenhougen and Stella Quah (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Public Health (pp. 523-530) San Diego, CA, USA: Academic Press. doi:10.1016/B978-012373960-5.00355-5

  • Hall, Wayne (2007). A Cautious Case for Cannabis Depenalization. In M. Earleywine (Ed.), Pot Politics: Marijuana and the Costs of Prohibition (pp. 91-112) New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Hall, W. D. and Carter, A. (2007). Drug Addiction, Society and Ethics. In R. E. Ashcroft, A. Dawson,, H. Draper and J. R. McMillan (Ed.), Principles of Health Care Ethics 2nd ed. (pp. 639-646) Chichester, United Kingdom: John Wiley and Sons.

  • Carter, Adrian and Hall, Wayne (2007). Ethical and policy issues in the translation of genetic and neuroscience research on addiction. In P. M. Miller and D. J. Kavanagh (Ed.), Translation of addictions science into practice (pp. 439-457) Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier. doi:10.1016/B978-008044927-2/50070-5

  • Teesson, M., Hall, W. D. and Grigg, M. (2007). Substance-Related Disorders. In Meadows, G., Singh, B. and Grigg, M. (Ed.), Mental Health in Australia: Collaborative Community Practice 2nd ed. (pp. 462-474) Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

  • Day, C. T., Degenhardt, L. J. and Hall, W. D. (2006). Changes in the initiation of heroin use after a reduction in heroin supply. In C. Day and L. Degenhardt (Ed.), Impact of the heroin shortage: additional research (pp. 1-12) Payneham, SA: Commonwealth of Australia.

  • Hall, W. D., Doran, C. M., Degenhardt, L. and Harwood, H. (2006). Illicit Opiate Abuse. In D. Jamison, J. Breman, A. Measham, G. Alleyne, M. Claeson, D. Evans, P. Jha, A. Mills and P. Musgrove (Ed.), Disease Control Priorities in Developing Countries 2nd ed. ed. (pp. 907-931) NY, USA: Oxford University Press.

  • Day,, Conroy,, Degenhardt, L.J. and Hall, W D (2006). Law enforcement operations, harm reduction and the Australian heroin shortage. In C. Day and L. Degenhardt (Ed.), Impact of the heroin shortage: additional research. National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund Monograph Series 91 (pp. 51-60) Payneham SA: Commonwealth of Australia.

  • Hall, W. D. and Solowij, N. (2006). The adverse health and psychological risks of cannabis dependence. In R. A. Roffman and R. S. Stephens (Ed.), Cannabis dependence: Its nature, consequences and treatment (pp. 106-128) Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press.

  • Hall, W. D. and Swift, W. (2006). The policy implications of cannabis dependence. In R. A. Roffman and R. S. Stephens (Ed.), Cannabis dependence: its nature, consequences and treatment (pp. 315-339) Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press.

  • Degenhardt, L., Day, C., Hall, W. D., Conroy, E, and Gilmour, S. (2006). Was an increase in cocaine use among injecting drug users in New South Wales, Australia, accompanied by increases in violent crime?. In C. Day and L. Degenhardt (Ed.), Impact of the heroin shortage: additional research (pp. 13-23) Payneham SA: Commonwealth of Australia.

  • Hall, W. D. (2005). Assessing the population level impact of the Swiss model of heroin prescription. In Rihs-Middel, M., Hammig, R. and Jacobshagen, N. (Ed.), Heroin-assisted treatment: work in progress (pp. 49-61) Bern: Hans Huber.

  • Hall, Wayne D. and Degenhardt, Louisa (2005). Cannabis related disorders. In Benjamin J. Sadock and Virginia A. Sadock (Ed.), Kaplan and Sadock's Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry 8 ed. (pp. 1211-1220) Baltimore: Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins.

  • Fry, Craig L. and Hall, Wayne (2005). Ethical considerations for drug abuse epidemiological research. In Zili Sloboda (Ed.), Epidemiology of Drug Abuse (pp. 145-157) New York: Springer.

  • Teesson, M., Degenhardt, L., Hall, W. D., Lynskey, M. T., Toumbourou, J. and Patton, G. (2005). Substance use and mental health in longitudinal perspective. In T. Stockwell, P. J. Gruenewald, J. Toumbourou and W. Loxley (Ed.), Preventing harmful substance use: The evidence base for policy and practice (pp. 43-51) Chichester, UK; Hoboken NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

  • Degenhardt, Louisa, Hall, Wayne, Topp, Libby, Collins, Linette, Dietze , Paul and Christie, Paul (2004). An Overview of Australia’s Heroin Markets. In Louisa Degenhardt, Carolyn Day and Wayne Hall (Ed.), The Causes, Course and Consequences of the Heroin Shortage in Australia (pp. 23-38) Canberra ACT, Australia: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre.

  • Hall, Wayne, Carter, Lucy and Morley, Katherine (2004). Ethical issues in neuroscience research on substance dependence treatment and prevention. In F. Vaccarino and S. Rotzinger (Ed.), Neuroscience of psychoactive substance use and dependence (pp. 209-240) Geneva: World Health Organization.

  • Degenhardt, Louisa, Reuter, Peter, Collins, Linette and Hall, Wayne (2004). Evaluating Factors Responsible for the Heroin Shortage. In Louisa Degenhardt, Carolyn Day and Wayne Hall (Ed.), The Causes, Course and Consequences of the Heroin Shortage in Australia (pp. 48-65) Canberra ACT, Australia: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre.

  • Degenhardt, L., Hall, W. D., Warner-Smith, M. and Lynskey, M. T. (2004). Illicit drug use. In M. Ezzati, A. Lopez, A. Rodgers and C. Murray (Ed.), Comparative quantification of health risks: global and regional burden of disease attributable to selected major risk factors (pp. 1109-1176) Geneva: World Health Organization.

  • Hall, Wayne and Degenhardt, Louisa (2004). Is there a specific 'cannabis psychosis'?. In David Castle and Robin Murray (Ed.), Marijuana and madness : psychiatry and neurobiology (pp. 89-100) New York: Cambridge University Press.

  • Hall, Wayne, Degenhardt, Louisa and Reuter, Peter (2004). Policy Implications of the Reduction in Heroin Supply in Australia. In Louisa Degenhardt, Carolyn Day and Wayne Hall (Ed.), The Causes, Course and Consequences of the Heroin Shortage in Australia (pp. 93-100) Sydney, N.S.W.: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre.

  • Degenhardt, Louisa, Hall, Wayne D. and Collins, Linette (2004). The NSW Heroin Market in the 1990s. In Louisa Degenhardt and Carolyn Day (Ed.), The course and consequences of the heroin shortage in New South Wales (pp. 3-9) Canberra, A.C.T., Australia: National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund (NDLERF).

  • Degenhardt, L., Hall, W. D., Lynskey, M. T., Coffey, C. and Patton, G. (2004). The association between cannabis use and depression: A review of the evidence. In D.Castle and R. Murray (Ed.), Marijuana and Madness: Psychiatry and Neurobiology (pp. 54-74) Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

  • Swift, W. and Hall, W. D. (2003). Cannabis y dependencia. In Grotenhermen, F, Russo, E. and Varo, R. N. (Ed.), Cannabis y Cannabinoides: Farmacologia, Toxicologia y Potencial Terapeutico Edicion Multicultural ed. (pp. 325-339) Cadiz, Spain: Castellarte.

  • Farrell, M. and Hall, W. D. (2003). Methadone and opiate-related deaths: changing prevalence over time. In Gillian Tober and John Strang (Ed.), Methadone matters: evolving community methadone treatment of opiate addiction (pp. 155-166) London: Martin Dunitz.

  • Degenhardt, Louisa, Hall, Wayne and Lynskey, Michael (2003). What is Comorbidity and Why Does it Occur?. In Maree Teesson and Heather Proudfoot (Ed.), Comorbid Mental Disorders and Substance Use Disorders: Epidemiology, Prevention and Treatment (pp. 10-25) Canberra, A.C.T.: Dept. of Health and Ageing (Commonwealth).

  • Hall, W. D. (2002). Gewohnheitsmassiger cannabiskonsum und Telinahme am Strassenverkehr. In F. Grotenhermen and M. Karus (Ed.), Cannabis, Strassenverkehr und Arbeitswelt. (pp. 355-361) Berlin: Springer.

  • Hall, W. D. (2002). Interview with David Penington. In G. Edwards (Ed.), Addiction: evolution of a specialist field (pp. 173-183) Oxford: Blackwell.

  • Hall, W. D. (2002). Practitioner Policymakers. In G. Edward (Ed.), Addiction: evolution of a specialist field (pp. 184-186) Oxford: Blackwell.

  • Swift, W. and Hall, W. D. (2002). Tolerance, withdrawal and dependence. In F. Grotenhermen and E. Russo (Ed.), Cannabis and cannabinoids: pharmacology, toxicology and therapeutic potential (pp. 355-361) London: Haworth Press.

  • Swift, W. and Hall, W. D. (2001). Abhangigkeit. In F. Grotenhermen (Ed.), Cannabis und Cannabinoide: Pharmakologie, Toxikologie und therapeutisches Potenzial (pp. 283-294) Bern: Verlag Hans Huber.

  • Teesson, M. and Hall, W. D. (2001). Substance-related disorders. In Meadows, G. and Singh, B. (Ed.), Mental health in Australia: a collaborative community practice (pp. 363-373) : Oxford University Press.

  • Hall, W. D. (2000). The mental health effects of cannabis use. In Michael G. Gelder, Juan J. López-Ibor and Nancy Andreasen (Ed.), New Oxford textbook of psychiatry (pp. 550-553) Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • Hall, Wayne and Teesson, Maree (1999). Alcohol use disorders: who should be treated and how?. In Gavin Anderson and Scott Henderson (Ed.), Unmet need in psychiatry: problems, resources, responses (pp. 290-301) Cambridge, U.K. ; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

  • Hall, W. D. (1999). Assessing the health and psychological effects of cannabis use. In Kalant,H., Corrigall, W., Hall, W. D. and Smart, R. (Ed.), The health effects of cannabis (pp. 1-18) Toronto: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

  • Hall, W. D., Room, R and Bondy, S (1999). Comparing the health and psychological risks of alcohol, cannabis, nicotine and opiate use. In Harold Kalant, William Corrigall, Wayne Hall and Reginald Smart (Ed.), The health effects of cannabis (pp. 475-506) Toronto: Addiction Research Foundation.

  • Chesher, G and Hall, W. D. (1999). Effects of cannabis on the cardiovascular and gastrointestinal systems. In Harold Kalant, William Corrigall, Wayne Hall and Reginald Smart (Ed.), The health effects of cannabis (pp. 435-458) Toronto, Canada: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

  • Hall, W. D., Johnston, L. and Donnelly, N. (1999). Epidemiology of cannabis use and its consequences. In Harold Kalant, William Corrigall, Wayne Hall and Reginald Smart (Ed.), The health effects of cannabis (pp. 71-125) Toronto, Canada: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

  • Hall, Wayne (1999). Heroin overdose deaths in Australia. In Kate van den Boogert and Nadine Davidoff (Ed.), Heroin crisis : key commentators discuss the issues and debate solutions to heroin abuse in Australia (pp. x-x) Melbourne: Bookman Press.

  • Kalant, Harold, Corrigal, William, Hall, Wayne and Smart, Reginald (1999). Introduction. In Harold Kalant, William Corrigall, Wayne Hall and Reginald Smart (Ed.), The health effects of cannabis (pp. ix-xi) Toronto, Canada: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

  • Channabasavanna, S., Paes, M. and Hall, W. D. (1999). Mental and behavioural disorders due to cannabis. In Harold Kalant, William Corrigall, Wayne Hall and Reginald Smart (Ed.), The health effects of cannabis (pp. 267-90) Toronto, Canada: Addiction Research Foundation.

  • Ward, Jeff, Mattick, Richard P. and Hall, Wayne (1998). Assessment for opioid replacement therapy. In Jeff Ward, Richard P. Mattick and Wayne Hall (Ed.), Methadone maintenance treatment and other opioid replacement therapies (pp. 177-204) Amsterdam, Netherlands: Harwood Academic Press.

  • Ward, Jeff, Mattick, Richard P. and Hall, Wayne (1998). How long is long enough? Answers to questions about the duration of methadone maintenance treatment. In Jeff Ward, Richard P. Mattick and Wayne Hall (Ed.), Methadone maintenance treatment and other opioid replacement therapies (pp. 305-336) Amsterdam, Netherlands: Harwood Academic Press.

  • Ward, Jeff, Mattick, Richard P. and Hall, Wayne (1998). Introduction. In Jeff Ward, Richard P. Mattick and Wayne Hall (Ed.), Methadone maintenance treatment and other opioid replacement therapies (pp. 1-14) Amsterdam, Netherlands: Harwood Academic Press.

  • Ward, Jeff, Mattick, R.ichard P. and Hall, Wayne (1998). Making the transition from maintenance to abstinence: detoxification from methadone maintenance treatment. In Jeff Ward, Richard P. Mattick and Wayne Hall (Ed.), Methadone maintenance treatment and other opioid replacement therapies (pp. 305-336) Amsterdam, Netherlands: Harwood Academic Press.

  • Ward, Jeff, Mattick, Richard P. and Hall, Wayne (1998). Psychiatric comorbidity among the opioid dependent. In Jeff Ward, Mattick, R. and Wayne Hall (Ed.), Methadone maintenance treatment and other opioid replacement therapies (pp. 419-442) Amsterdam, Netherlands: Harwood Academic Press.

  • Ward, Jeff, Mattick, Richard P. and Hall, Wayne (1998). The effectiveness of methadone treatment 1: heroin use and crime. In Jeff Ward, Richard P. Mattick and Wayne Hall (Ed.), Methadone maintenance treatment and other opioid replacement therapies (pp. 17-58) Amsterdam, Netherlands: Harwood Academic Press.

  • Ward, Jeff, Mattick, Richard P. and Hall, Wayne (1998). The effectiveness of methadone treatment 2: HIV and infectious hepatitis. In Jeff Ward, Richard P. Mattick and Wayne Hall (Ed.), Methadone maintenance treatment and other opioid replacement therapies (pp. 59-74) Amsterdam, Netherlands: Harwood Academic Press.

  • Mattick, Richard P., Oliphant, Dorothy, Ward, Jeff and Hall, Wayne (1998). The effectiveness of other opioid replacement therapies: LAAM, heroin, buprenorphine, naltrexone and injectable maintenance. In Jeff Ward, Richard P. Mattick and Wayne Hall (Ed.), Methadone maintenance treatment and other opioid replacement therapies (pp. 123-160) Amsterdam, Netherlands: Harwood Academic Press.

  • Ward, Jeff, Mattick, Richard P. and Hall, Wayne (1998). The future of opioid replacement therapy. In Jeff Ward, Richard P. Mattick and Wayne Hall (Ed.), Methadone maintenance treatment and other opioid replacement therapies (pp. 397-418) Amsterdam, Netherland: Harwood Academic Press.

  • Ward, Jeff, Mattick, Richard P. and Hall, Wayne (1998). The provision of methadone within prison settings. In Jeff Ward, Richard P. Mattick and Wayne Hall (Ed.), Methadone maintenance treatment and other opioid replacement therapies (pp. 361-378) Amsterdam, Netherlands: Harwood Academic Press.

  • Ward, Jeff, Mattick, Richard P. and Hall, Wayne (1998). The role of counselling and psychological therapy. In Jeff Ward, Richard P. Mattick and Wayne Hall (Ed.), Methadone maintenance treatment and other opioid replacement therapies (pp. 265-304) Amsterdam, Netherlands: Harwood Academic Press.

  • Ward, Jeff, Mattick, Richard P. and Hall, Wayne (1998). The use of methadone during maintenance treatment: pharmacology, dosage and treatment outcome. In Jeff Ward, Richard P. Mattick and Wayne Hall (Ed.), Methadone maintenance treatment and other opioid replacement therapies (pp. 397-418) Amsterdam, Netherlands: Harwood Academic Press.

  • Ward, Jeff, Mattick, Richard P. and Hall, Wayne (1998). The use of urinalysis during opioid replacement therapy. In Jeff Ward, Richard P. Mattick and Wayne Hall (Ed.), Methadone maintenance treatment and other opioid replacement therapies (pp. 205-238) Amsterdam, Netherlands: Harwood Academic Press.

  • Hando, Julie and Hall, Wayne (1997). Patterns of amphetamine misuse in Australia. In Hilary Klee (Ed.), Amphetamine misuse: international perspectives on current trends (pp. 81-110) Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers.

  • Hall, Wayne and Hunter, Ernest (1995). Australia. In Dwight B. Heath (Ed.), International Handbook on Alcohol and Culture (pp. 7-19) Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

  • Burvill, P. W., Stampfer, H. and Hall, W. D. (1995). Issues in the assessment of outcome in depressive illness in the elderly. In Murphy, E and Alexopoulos, G (Ed.), Geriatric psychiatry: key research topics for clinicians (pp. 177-190) Chichester: John Wiley.

  • Hall, W. D. (1995). Substance abuse. In A.F. Jorm (Ed.), Men and mental health (pp. x-x) Canberra, A.C.T.: National Health and Medical Research Council.

  • Hall, W. D. and Hando, J. (1993). Patterns of illicit psychostimulant use in Australia. In Dave Burrows, Bruce Flaherty and Michael MacAvoy (Ed.), Illicit psychostimulant use in Australia (pp. x-x) Canberra: Australian Government Pub. Service.

  • Hall, W. D. and Bird, K.D. (1991). Statistical inference in psychiatric research. In Robert Kosky, Hadi Salimi Eshkevari and Vaughan Carr (Ed.), Mental health and illness: a textbook for Australasian health science students (pp. x-x) Sydney, Australia: Butterworth Heinemann.

  • Hall, W. D. (1987). Sex, social class and survival on the S.S. Titanic. In John L. Sheppard (Ed.), Advances in behavioural medicine (pp. x-x) Sydney, Australia: Cumberland College of Health Sciences.

  • Hall, W. D. (1983). Psychological aspects of locomotor disorder. In M.I.V. Jayson and R. Million (Ed.), Locomotor disability in general practice (pp. x-x) London: Oxford University Press.

  • Hall, W. D. (1982). Pain clinics in Britain and the United States. In John L. Sheppard (Ed.), Advances in behavioural medicine (pp. x-x) Sydney, Australia: Cumberland College of the Health Sciences.

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