Sumpter, C., Mohan, A., McKell, J., Lewsey, J., Emslie, C. and Fitzgerald, N., 2020. How did a lower drink‐drive limit affect bar trade and drinking practices? A qualitative study of how alcohol retailers experienced a change in policy. Drug and alcohol review, 39(2), pp.170-179.

Emslie C. 2019 How alcohol companies are using International Women’s Day to sell more drinks to women The Conversation


Emslie C. 2019 (GCU Common Good podcast). The relationship between alcohol and gender.  

Lennox, J., Emslie, C., Sweeting, H. and Lyons, A., 2018. The role of alcohol in constructing gender & class identities among young women in the age of social media. International Journal of Drug Policy, 58, pp.13-21.

Crombie, I.K., Irvine, L., Williams, B., Sniehotta, F.F., Petrie, D., Jones, C., Norrie, J., Evans, J.M., Emslie, C., Rice, P.M. and Slane, P.W., 2018. Texting to Reduce Alcohol Misuse (TRAM): main findings from a randomized controlled trial of a text message intervention to reduce binge drinking among disadvantaged men. Addiction 113, 1609-1618.

Emslie, C., Lennox, J. and Ireland, L., 2017. The role of alcohol in identity construction among LGBT people: a qualitative study. Sociology of Health & Illness, 39(8), pp.1465-1479.

Emslie, C. and Macdonald, S., 2017. Strong epidemiological evidence that alcohol causes cancer, but how might the public interpret this information?. Addiction, 112(2), pp.233-235.

Fitzgerald, N., Angus, K., Emslie, C., Shipton, D. and Bauld, L. (2016) Gender differences in the impact of population-level alcohol policy interventions: evidence synthesis of systematic reviews, Addiction, 111, 10, 1735-1747.


Patterson, C., Emslie, C., Mason, O., Fergie, G. and Hilton, S. (2016) Content analysis of UK newspaper and online news representations of women's and men's ‘binge’ drinking: a challenge for communicating evidence-based messages about single-episodic drinking?, BMJ Open, 6, 12.

Emslie, C., Hunt, K. and Lyons, A., 2015. Transformation and time-out: the role of alcohol in identity construction among Scottish women in early midlife. International Journal of Drug Policy, 26(5), pp.437-445.

Lyons, A.C., Emslie, C. and Hunt, K., 2014. Staying ‘in the zone’but not passing the ‘point of no return’: Embodiment, gender and drinking in mid‐life. Sociology of health & illness, 36(2), pp.264-277.

Shipton, D., Whyte, B. and Walsh, D., 2013. Alcohol-related mortality in deprived UK cities: worrying trends in young women challenge recent national downward trends. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 65 (10)

Emslie, C., Hunt, K. and Lyons, A., 2013. The role of alcohol in forging and maintaining friendships amongst Scottish men in midlife. Health Psychology, 32(1), p.33.

Emslie, C., Hunt, K. and Lyons, A., 2012. Older and wiser? Men’s and women’s accounts of drinking in early mid‐life. Sociology of health & illness, 34(4), pp.481-496.