Ryan McNeil
Ryan McNeil
Assistant Professor & Director of Harm Reduction Research, Yale University
Verified email at yale.edu
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Hospitals as a ‘risk environment’: an ethno-epidemiological study of voluntary and involuntary discharge from hospital against medical advice among people who inject drugs
R McNeil, W Small, E Wood, T Kerr
Social science & medicine 105, 59-66, 2014
Supervised injection facilities in Canada: past, present, and future
T Kerr, S Mitra, MC Kennedy, R McNeil
Harm reduction journal 14 (1), 1-9, 2017
‘Safer environment interventions’: a qualitative synthesis of the experiences and perceptions of people who inject drugs
R McNeil, W Small
Social Science & Medicine 106, 151-158, 2014
“People knew they could come here to get help”: an ethnographic study of assisted injection practices at a peer-run ‘unsanctioned’supervised drug consumption room in a Canadian …
R McNeil, W Small, H Lampkin, K Shannon, T Kerr
AIDS and Behavior 18 (3), 473-485, 2014
“We need somewhere to smoke crack”: an ethnographic study of an unsanctioned safer smoking room in Vancouver, Canada
R McNeil, T Kerr, H Lampkin, W Small
International Journal of Drug Policy 26 (7), 645-652, 2015
Negotiating place and gendered violence in Canada's largest open drug scene
R McNeil, K Shannon, L Shaver, T Kerr, W Small
International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (3), 608-615, 2014
Advancing patient‐centered care for structurally vulnerable drug‐using populations: a qualitative study of the perspectives of people who use drugs regarding the potential …
R McNeil, T Kerr, B Pauly, E Wood, W Small
Addiction 111 (4), 685-694, 2016
Illicit drug use as a challenge to the delivery of end-of-life care services to homeless persons: Perceptions of health and social services professionals
R McNeil, M Guirguis-Younger
Palliative Medicine 26 (4), 350-359, 2012
Evaluation of a fentanyl drug checking service for clients of a supervised injection facility, Vancouver, Canada
M Karamouzian, C Dohoo, S Forsting, R McNeil, T Kerr, M Lysyshyn
Harm reduction journal 15 (1), 1-8, 2018
Harm reduction services as a point-of-entry to and source of end-of-life care and support for homeless and marginally housed persons who use alcohol and/or illicit drugs: a …
R McNeil, M Guirguis-Younger, LB Dilley, TD Aubry, J Turnbull, ...
BMC Public Health 12 (1), 312, 2012
Community-based participatory research in a heavily researched inner city neighbourhood: perspectives of people who use drugs on their experiences as peer researchers
W Damon, C Callon, L Wiebe, W Small, T Kerr, R McNeil
Social science & medicine 176, 85-92, 2017
Negotiating structural vulnerability following regulatory changes to a provincial methadone program in Vancouver, Canada: a qualitative study
R McNeil, T Kerr, S Anderson, L Maher, C Keewatin, MJ Milloy, E Wood, ...
Social Science & Medicine 133, 168-176, 2015
Recommendations for improving the end-of-life care system for homeless populations: A qualitative study of the views of Canadian health and social services professionals
R McNeil, M Guirguis-Younger, LB Dilley
BMC Palliative Care 11 (1), 14, 2012
Factors associated with leaving hospital against medical advice among people who use illicit drugs in Vancouver, Canada
L Ti, MJ Milloy, J Buxton, R McNeil, S Dobrer, K Hayashi, E Wood, T Kerr
PloS one 10 (10), e0141594, 2015
Gendered violence and overdose prevention sites: a rapid ethnographic study during an overdose epidemic in Vancouver, Canada
J Boyd, AB Collins, S Mayer, L Maher, T Kerr, R McNeil
Addiction 113 (12), 2261-2270, 2018
Area restrictions, risk, harm, and health care access among people who use drugs in Vancouver, Canada: A spatially oriented qualitative study
R McNeil, H Cooper, W Small, T Kerr
Health & place 35, 70-78, 2015
Learning to account for the social determinants of health affecting homeless persons
R McNeil, M Guirguis‐Younger, L B Dilley, J Turnbull, SW Hwang
Medical Education 47 (5), 485-494, 2013
Death is a social justice issue
S Reimer-Kirkham, K Stajduhar, B Pauly, M Giesbrecht, A Mollison, ...
Advances in Nursing Science 39 (4), 293-307, 2016
The experience of initiating injection drug use and its social context: a qualitative systematic review and thematic synthesis
A Guise, D Horyniak, J Melo, R McNeil, D Werb
Addiction 112 (12), 2098-2111, 2017
“We’re giving you something so we get something in return”: Perspectives on research participation and compensation among people living with HIV who use drugs
AB Collins, C Strike, A Guta, RB Turje, P McDougall, S Parashar, ...
International Journal of Drug Policy 39, 92-98, 2017
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