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  • January, 2013

CURRICULUM VITAE
Patricia Gail Erickson
Home address Work address

604-301 Markham St. Dept. of Sociology, Room 245

Toronto, Ontario University of Toronto, 725 Spadina Ave.

Canada M6J 3X2 Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 2S1

(416) 969-9241 (416) 416-978-8408

FAX (416) 978-3963



email

CITIZENSHIP: Canadian; Born Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Married, two children: Nora and Allan

Spouse: Clifford Ottaway, PhD, MD, FRCP (CAN)
DEGREES:
1983 Ph.D. University of Glasgow, Scotland

(Criminology/Social Administration/Faculty of Social Sciences)

Supervisor: Professor Frederick Martin; External Examiner: Professor F.H. (Derick) McClintock, Edinburgh University
1974 M.A. Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto (Sociology); Supervisor: Professor Frank Maidman
1967 B.A. (Honours) York University, Toronto (Sociology, cum laude)

PH.D. THESIS: Processual Aspects of Delinquency Hearings and the Child's Perspective
M.A. THESIS: Early Police Socialization: Stability and Change of Role Orientations During Formal Police Education
AWARDS:
2012 Dr. Patricia Erickson was co-author of the paper, “Guns and sub-lethal violence: A comparative study of at-risk youth in 2 Canadian cities,” which was a finalist for the 2011 Richard J. Terrill Paper of the Year Award. This award is given out annually for the most meritorious paper published in the International Criminal Justice Review. As one of three finalists, the paper was recognized in March 2012 at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences conference.
2010 Kaiser Foundation National Awards for Excellence on Mental Health and Addictions Issues: Leadership award ($10,000 to charity of choice)
1996 Alfred R. Lindesmith Award for Achievement in the Field of Scholarship and Writing, Drug Policy Foundation, Washington, D.C. ($3,000)
1977-1980 Addiction Research Foundation Scholarship
1972 Junior Research Fellowship, University of Toronto
1969-1970 OISE Fellowship and Graduate Assistantship
1963-1967 York University National Scholarship



GRANTS HELD* PAST AND CURRENT:
1988 NHRDP Special Competition on Drug and Alcohol Abuse. (Canada)

Principal Investigator (PI): "A Longitudinal Study of Cocaine Users: The Natural History of Cocaine Use and Its Consequences among Canadian Adults." Amount: $106,435.00 over 30 months
*1973-93 PI on many ARF in-house grants awarded on the basis of internal scientific and peer review to support ongoing drug policy and illicit drug use projects
1993-94 ARF Accelerated Funding Program. Amount: $35,539 and $10,678

PI; "Mapping of Alcohol and Other Drugs in the Criminal System"
1995 Drugs/Violence Task Force, Washington, DC. US$10,000

PI; "Exploring Drug Market Violence in a More Peaceable Society"
1996 ARF Project Priorities Fund, $10,000

PI; "Sentencing Practices and Judicial Attitudes in Cases Involving Alcohol, Other Drugs and Violence"
1999 National Crime Prevention Council, Canada, $342,000 to 2002

“An Evaluation of the Toronto Drug Court Program.”



Co-Investigator, with L. Gliksman (PI), C. LaPrairie and R. Wall
1999 National Institute on Drug Abuse, US$1,209,009 to 2003

Co-PI, “A Cross-National Study of the Youth Drugs-Violence Nexus.”

With L. Harrison (PI) of the Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, DE




  1. Canadian Institutes for Health Research, $205,000 to 2006

"Factors related to Collisions and Injury Risk among Cannabis and Cocaine Clients in Treatment" Co-Investigator. Scott Macdonald (PI)
2004 SSHRC, Strategic Grant, $99,954 to 2006

PI, “Homelessness and Diversity in High-Risk Youth.” Chris Wekerle, Andrew Hathaway, Jennifer Butters and others (Co-Investigators).
2004 SSHRC, Standard Operating Grant, $70,000 to 2007

“Cannabis and Lifestyle: Pathways and Patterns of Experienced Users.”



Co-Investigator, with Andrew Hathaway (PI).
2005 Institute of Gender & Health and CIHR Research Portfolio, $10,000

Project Leader, Workshop on “Effective Interdisciplinary Peer Review,”

examining the experiences of the Gender, Sex & Health Operating Grants

Committee of CIHR, May 19-20, 2005


  1. CIHR, Pilot Project Strategic Grant, $50,000, one year, to 2006

PI, “Pathways in and out of homelessness in a population of high-risk young men.” J. Butters, A. Hathaway, L. Ross, C. Strike, C. Wekerle (Co-Investigators)
2005 CIHR, Operating Grant, $59,082, to 2008

“Cannabis use as self-medication: A study of Canadian compassion club clients.” Co-Investigator with Andrew Hathaway (PI)


2005 SSHRC, Development Grant, $20,000 for Letter of Intent for Major Collaborative Research Initiative, PI, “Substance use, stigma and normalization: The social transformation of drug use in modern society.” (included 25 co-investigators and collaborators and 13 community partners)
2005 CIHR, New Emerging Team Grant, “The impact of child maltreatment,” led by PI Chris Wekerle. Joined the NET as a Co-Investigator in July 2005, and received $31,565 to support the “Youth in Transition” study to 2008
2006 Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada, $25,000 contract

PI, “Youth, weapons and violence in Toronto and Montreal,” (J. Butters, co-applicant; Edward Adlaf, Serge Brochu, M-M Cousineau, collaborators)
2006 CIHR, Workshop Support, $10,000, for “Application of interRAI Data to Gender Issues in Vulnerable Populations,” Co-Applicant (Maggie Gibson, UWO, Project Leader)
2006 SSHRC, Dissemination Grant, Homelessness and Diversity Competition

$49,043 to March 2008, PI, “Teen homelessness and diversity: Dissemination of the Youth Pathways Project,” (Co-I: L. Ross, C. Wekerle)


2007 SSHRC, Standard Research Grant, $116,895, 3 years to 2011

PI, “Drug normalization and stigma: Canada’s experience with cannabis and tobacco,” (Co-Investigators: A. Hathaway, D. Marsh, C. Duff, S. Brochu, M-M. Cousineau, M. Asbridge, C. Poulin)
2007 Wellesley Institute, Enabling Grant, $10,000 for 18 mos.

Co-PI, “Street Youth Harm Reduction Survey,” PI Joe Degrasias (SHOUT)
2007 Ontario Tobacco Research Unit, New Investigator Award Grant, $20,000

Co-Investigator with Dr. Russell Callaghan (PI) “A Drug Market Analysis of Contraband Tobacco Use among Adolescents.” (Co-I: S. Leatherdale)
2008 CIHR, Research team grant LOI, $10,000, Co-Applicant with many others, (P.I’s: Harriet MacMillan, Donna Stewart, Nadine Wathan).
2009 CIHR, Research team grant, $2,000,000, (2009-2014), Co-Applicant.

“Gender, Mental Health and Violence across the Lifespan,” (PI’s: Harriet MacMillan, Donna Stewart, Nadine Wathan). (#RDG399326)


2009 CIHR Community Support Award, from the Institute of Gender & Health, $2500 for its Lectureship Program, to support the Ruth Cooperstock Memorial Lecture.
2010 CIHR, Operating Grants Competition, $328,976.00 (2010-2014).

Co-Investigator with E. Vingilis (PI), and other Co-Investigators: Umesh Jain, Nathan Kolla, Robert Mann (all CAMH) and Maggie Toplak (York U)

“Adult ADHD: Exploring gender, symptoms and social outcomes using a population-based survey.” (Score 4.36, rank 5th in GSH O.G. committee).

(~$38,000 p.a. to CAMH for Monitor in first 3 years of survey)
2010 CIHR, subgrant from UHN, from team grant, $6,280 (2010-2011), “Gender, Mental Health and Violence across the Lifespan.” (#RDG399326)

PI, “Resilience among street youth,” (Co-PI, Donna Stewart)
2011 SSHRC, Standard Research Grant , $103,500 (2011-2014)

Co-Applicant with A. Hathaway (PI, U of Guelph) and G. Osborne (U of Alberta), “Cannabis, stigma and policy change: A 3 campus study of normalization among university students.” (score:10.12/12; rank: 14/103)

($13,000 p.a. to hire RA via U of T, in 2011 and 2012)


2011 CIHR, REACH program, 2011-12, $14,400

Co-Primary Applicant with Lisa Salazar (PI), L. Barnaby and others.

“Story Gleaners: Digital storytelling, HIV/AIDS & Community based research.” ($ directed to community health centre)


2011 Justice Canada, $10,000 Contract for report, “Resilience, mental health and youth in conflict with the law.” Hayley Hamilton, PI and Patricia Erickson, Co-Applicant. Final report submitted March 31, 2012

POSITIONS & RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:
2012-on Scientist Emerita, CAMH
2004-on Full Professor (Cross Appointment), Centre for Criminology and Socio-legal Studies, University of Toronto
2003-on Research Associate (Cross Appointment), International Centre for Comparative Criminology, University of Montreal
1998-2012 Senior Scientist, Social, Prevention and Policy Research Department (now Social & Epidemiological Research Department), Centre for Addiction & Mental Health [CAMH], after merger with ARF (retired May 2012)
1994-1997 Director, Collaborative Program in Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Psychoactive Substances [ATOPS] (now Collaborative Program in Addiction Studies [CoPAS]) University of Toronto
1992-on Full Professor (status only) and Member of the Graduate Faculty

Department of Sociology, University of Toronto


1988 Promoted to Senior Scientist, Addiction Research Foundation [ARF]
1985-1991 Research Scientist and

Head, Drug Policy Research Program, ARF




1980-1985 Research Scientist

Program Development Research Department, ARF


1977-1980 Ph.D. Candidate and Research Associate

University of Glasgow, Scotland


1973-1977 Research Scientist

Evaluation Studies Department, ARF


1972-1973 Research Associate

Centre of Criminology

University of Toronto
1970-1972 Senior Research Assistant

Centre of Criminology

University of Toronto

1969-1970 Graduate Assistant

Department of Sociology, OISE
1967-1969 Research Officer

Curriculum Department, OISE


1966 (Summer) Research Assistant

Sociology Department

York University
1965 (Summer) Student Internship

Census Division, Dominion Bureau of Statistics



TEACHING AND SUPERVISORY EXPERIENCE:
2006-11 Special lecturer, CICAD-OAS Annual Summer Institute at CAMH
2003-2012 CoPAS Advanced Research Concepts in Addictions, Graduate Seminar, Co-Coordinator of this course and presenter
1994-2013 Sociology of Addiction Graduate Seminar, Department of Sociology, University of Toronto
1994-2002 CoPAS (formerly ATOPS) core course special lecturer
1995 Visiting scholar, Chinese University of Hong Kong
1993-94 Content Adviser for the TV Ontario/ARF collaboration,

Fundamental Concepts in Addictions, a series of 5 programs.


1993 Convenor of Harm Reduction Workshop, Training & Education Department, Addiction Research Foundation.


1992-1993 Deviance and Social Control undergraduate course (306 students), Department of Sociology, University of Toronto.
1991 Guest lecturer, "The Evolution of Drug Laws in Canada,"

Law and Society course, Department of Sociology, University of Toronto.


1990-1993 Special lecturer, "Social Policy on Illicit Drugs," Fundamental Concepts course, School for Addiction Studies.
1988-1990 Convenor of Social Policy Section of the Joint Program on Addiction Studies, in Collaboration with the School for Addiction Studies and the University of Toronto's School of Continuing Studies, and special lecturer in this course.
1987-1990 Guest lecturer, graduate course on Research Methods, Department of Sociology, University of Toronto.
1987-1990 Guest lecturer, "Illicit Drug Policy," Drug Dependence - An Interdisciplinary Perspective, Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto (Donald Meeks, Director).

1980-1985 Drug Use and Crime, Undergraduate and Certificate Program in Criminology, University of Toronto.


1976 Instructor, Addiction and Crime, Certificate Program in Criminology, University of Toronto.
External/Internal Examiner
1988 Patricia Higgins, M.A. thesis, Child and Development Studies, Laurentian University, Sudbury.
1996 Susan Boyd, Ph.D. thesis, School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University.
1996 Kam-fai Tse, M.Phil. thesis, Department of Sociology, Chinese University of Hong Kong.


  1. J. Hando, Ph.D. thesis, Community Medicine, University of Sydney.




  1. Adele Stevens, Ph.D. thesis, Women's Studies, Australian National University.




  1. Wai-ting Cheung, M.A. thesis, Department of Sociology, Chinese University of Hong Kong.




  1. Holly Foster (Sociology) – Internal/External, Ph.D., Sociology, U of Toronto



  1. Natacha Brunelle, Ph.D. thesis, External, Criminology, University of Montreal

2006 Naushaba Degani, Ph.D. (Institute of Medical Sciences) –Internal/External, U of Toronto

2008 Fiona Martin, Ph.D., External, Sociology, University of Melbourne
2010 Carolyn Yule, Ph.D., Internal/External, Sociology, U of Toronto

Post Doctoral Fellows


    1. Andrew D. Hathaway, CAMH Post Doctoral Fellow (internal)

2000-2003 Jennifer Butters, CAMH Post Doctoral Fellow (NIDA grant)



Doctoral Theses Committees and Supervision (University of Toronto)
Catherine Carstairs (History) – Member - Completed October, 2000
Jennifer Butters (Sociology) - Principal Supervisor

Completed October, 2000 (Received E. Yolles award for best doctoral dissertation)


Flora Matheson (Sociology) – Member - Completed October, 2001
Mark Asbridge (Sociology) – Member - Completed December, 2002
Dawn Moore (Criminology) – Member - Completed November, 2004
Maritt Kirst (Sociology) - Principal SupervisorCompleted September, 2007

Sarah (Eilers) Browning - (Sociology) – Member –Completed November, 2007


Rebecca Fulton (Sociology) – Member (Supervisor for CAMH REB purposes) – in progress
Tara (Fidler) Bruno (Sociology) – Supervisor – completed June, 2012

Tara Watson (Criminology) – Member/Co-Supervisor – in progress; expected 2013


Tara Hahmann (Sociology) – Member/Co-Supervisor – in progress
Sasha Stark (Sociology) – Member, in progress
Mark van der Maas (Sociology) – Member, in progress
Katarina Kolar (Sociology) – Supervisor, in progress (commenced 2012)

Masters’ Theses/Research Papers (University of Toronto)
David Haans (Sociology) 2000, – ATOPS, advisor and research paper
Kari Ala-lepilampi (Public Health/Health Promotion) 2003 – Practicum advisor
Michael Roerecke (Public Health/Epidemiology) 2005 – External (to department) examiner
Elaine Hyshka (Sociology) 2007-08 – CoPAS, Advisor and supervisor of research paper
Kat Kolar (Sociology) 2009-2010 – CoPAS, Advisor and supervisor of reading course
Danielle Sullivan (Sociology) 2009-2010 – CoPAS, Co-supervisor of research paper

PUBLICATIONS:
A. Books, Monographs and Edited Collections
Fox, Richard G. and Patricia G. ERICKSON

1972 Apparently Suffering from Mental Disorder: An Examination of the Exercise of Police Power Under s.10 of the Mental Health Act of Ontario. Toronto: Centre of Criminology, Research Report Series, University of Toronto.


Katherine Catton and Patricia G. ERICKSON

1975 "The Juvenile's Perception of the Role of Defence Counsel in Juvenile Court: A Pilot Study." Toronto: Centre of Criminology, Working Paper Series, University of Toronto.


Excerpted in G. Thomson, H. Lillies and N. Bala (Eds.), Canadian Children's Law. Toronto: Butterworths, 1982. Pp. 711-717.
ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1980 Cannabis Criminals: The Social Effects of Punishment on Drug Users. Toronto: ARF Books.


Chapter 4 reprinted in J.C. Blackwell and P.G. Erickson (Eds.), Illicit Drugs in Canada: A Risky Business. Toronto: Nelson, 1988. Pp. 29l-300.
Martin, F.M., Sanford J. Fox and Kathleen Murray in collaboration with Patricia ERICKSON, Barbara Kelly and Michelle Myers

1981 Children Out of Court. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press.



ERICKSON, Patricia G., Edward M. Adlaf, Glenn F. Murray and Reginald G. Smart

1987 The Steel Drug: Cocaine in Perspective. Lexington: D.C. Heath and Company.


Blackwell, Judith and Patricia G. ERICKSON (Eds.)

1988 Illicit Drugs in Canada: A Risky Business. Toronto: Nelson.


ERICKSON, Patricia G. and Harold Kalant (Eds.)

1992 Windows on Science. Toronto: Addiction Research Foundation.


ERICKSON, Patricia G., Edward M. Adlaf, Reginald G. Smart and Glenn F. Murray

1994 The Steel Drug: Cocaine and Crack in Perspective, 2nd ed. New York: Lexington Books.


ERICKSON, Patricia G., Diane Riley, Yuet Cheung and Pat O'Hare (Eds.)

1997 Harm Reduction: A New Direction for Drug Policies and Programs . Toronto: University of Toronto Press.


ERICKSON, Patricia G. (Guest Ed.)

1999 Special Issue on Harm Reduction, Substance Use & Misuse, 34(1), 1999.





B. Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Dootjes, Inez, Patricia G. ERICKSON and Richard G. Fox

1972 "Defence Counsel in juvenile court: a variety of roles." Canadian Journal of Criminology and Corrections 14 (April): 132-149.


ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1974 "The defence lawyer's role in juvenile court: An empirical investigation into judges' and social workers' points of view." University of Toronto Law Journal 24 (Spring): 126-148. Excerpted in G. Thomson, H. Lillies and N. Bala (Eds.), Canadian Children's Law. Toronto: Butterworths, 1982. Pp. 734-5.


ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1975 "Legalistic and traditional role expectations for defence counsel in juvenile court." Canadian Journal of Criminology and Corrections 17 (January): 78-93.


ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1975 "Sentencing for the simple possession of cannabis." Criminal Lawyers' Association Newsletter 1 (February): 15-18 and 1 (April): 20-23.


ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1976 "Deterrence and deviance: The example of cannabis prohibition." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 67 (June): 222-232.


Summarized in G.A. Austin and D.J. Lettieri (Eds.), Drug Users and the Criminal Justice System. Research Issues 18, National Institute on Drug Abuse. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1977. Pp. 11-12.
Reprinted in A.S. Trebach (Ed.), Drugs, Crime and Politics. New York: Praeger, 1978. Pp. 129-l53.
ERICKSON, Patricia G. and L.M. Salutin

1977 "Stalking the elusive respondent." Addictions 24 (Summer) 60-77.


Caldwell, E. Dianne and Patricia G. ERICKSON

1977 "Drugs as a factor in delinquency proceedings." Crime et/and Justice 5 (August): 118-126.


ERICKSON, Patricia G. and Michael S. Goodstadt

1979 "Legal stigma for marijuana possession." Criminology 17 (August): 208-216.


Single, E.W., R. Solomon and Patricia G. ERICKSON

1980 "Canadian cannabis control policy: An outline of legislative options regarding possession." The Journal, November, 1980. Toronto: ARF.


ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1981 "Questioning the conventional wisdom: A commentary on the marijuana arrest studies." Journal of Drug Issues 11(4): 389-397.




ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1982 "Illicit drug use, peer attitudes and perceptions of harmful effects among convicted cannabis offenders." International Journal of the Addictions 17(1): 141-154.


Murray, Glenn F. and Patricia G. ERICKSON

1983 "Regional variation in criminal justice system practices: Cannabis possession in Ontario." Criminal Law Quarterly 26(1): 74-96.


Solomon, Robert, Eric Single and Patricia G. ERICKSON

1983 Legal considerations in cannabis possession policy." Canadian Public Policy 9(4): 419-433.


Reprinted in J.C. Blackwell and P.G. Erickson (Eds.), Illicit Drugs in Canada: A Risky Business. Toronto: Nelson, 1988. Pp. 370-391.
ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1984 "Diversion: A panacea for delinquency? Some lessons from the Scottish experience." Youth and Society 16 (September): 29-45.



ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1985 "La reforme des lois sur le cannabis: un mouvement inacheve." Psychotropes 2(1): 96-98. (English translation available)


ERICKSON, Patricia G. and Glenn F. Murray

1986 "Cannabis criminals revisited." British Journal of Addiction 81(1): 77-81.

Reprinted in J.C. Blackwell and P.G. Erickson (Eds.), Illicit Drugs in Canada: A Risky Business. Toronto: Nelson, 1988. Pp. 314-321.
Murray Glenn F. and Patricia G. ERICKSON

1987 "Cross-sectional versus longitudinal research: An empirical comparison of projected and subsequent criminality." Social Science Research 16(2): 107-118.


ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1989 "Living with prohibition: Regular cannabis users, legal sanctions and informal controls." International Journal of the Addictions 24(3): 175-188.


ERICKSON, Patricia G. and Bruce K. Alexander

1989 "Cocaine and addictive liability." Social Pharmacology 3(3): 249-270.


ERICKSON, Patricia G. and Glenn F. Murray

1989 "Sex differences in cocaine use and experiences: A double standard revived?" American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 15(2): 135-152.


ERICKSON, Patricia G. and Glenn F. Murray

1989 "The undeterred cocaine user: Intention to quit and its relationship to perceived legal and health threats." Contemporary Drug Problems 16(2): 14l-156.


ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1990 "A public health approach to demand reduction." Journal of Drug Issues 20(4): 563-575.


ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1990 "Past, current and future directions in Canadian drug policy." Invited manuscript for the 25th anniversary volume of the International Journal of the Addictions 25(3A): 981-1000.


Smart, R.G., K.B. Allison, Y.W. Cheung, Patricia G. ERICKSON, M. Shain, and E.W. Single

1990 "Future research needs in policy, prevention and treatment for drug abuse problems." International Journal of the Addictions 25(2A): 117-126.


Cheung, Yuet W., ERICKSON, Patricia G., Landau, Tammy C.

1991 "Experience of crack use: Findings from a community-based sample in Toronto." Journal of Drug Issues 2l(1): 121-140.


ERICKSON, Patricia G. and Yuet W. Cheung

1992 "Drug crime and legal control: Lessons from the Canadian experience." Contemporary Drug Problems 19 (Summer): 247-277.


ERICKSON, Patricia G.

  1. "Recent trends in Canadian drug policy: The decline and resurgence of prohibitionism." Daedalus 121 (Summer): 239-267. (Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences). Reprinted in T. Hartnagel (Ed.), Canadian Crime Control Policy. Toronto: Harcourt and Brace, pp. 212-230, 1998.


ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1993 "The law, social control and drug policy: Models, factors and processes." International Journal of the Addictions 28 (12): 1155-1176.


ERICKSON, Patricia G. and Timothy R. Weber

1994 "Cocaine careers, control and consequences: Results from a Canadian study." Addiction Research 2(1): 37-50.


ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1995 "Harm reduction: What it is and is not. Drug and Alcohol Review 14(3): 283-285.


ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1996 Commentary on Robert Dupont, "Harm reduction and decriminalization in the United States: A personal perspective. Substance Use & Misuse 31(14): 1965-1970.




Fischer, B., ERICKSON, Patricia G. and R.G. Smart

1996 "The new Canadian drug law: One step forward, two steps backward." International Journal on Drug Policy 7(3): 172-179.


ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1997 "Reducing the harm of adolescent substance use." Editorial. Canadian Medical Association Journal 156(10), May 15: 1397-1399.


Ottaway, C.A. and Patricia G. ERICKSON

1997 "Recreational genetics: A novel prospect for harm reducing forms of substance use?" Addiction Research 5(5): 411-418.


Ottaway, C.A. and Patricia G. Erickson

1997 "Frequent medical visits by cocaine using subjects in a Canadian community: An invisible problem for health practicioners?" Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 14(5): 423-429.


ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1998 "Neglected and rejected: The impact of social research on Canadian drug policy." Canadian Journal of Sociology 23(2/3):263-280.


ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1998 “Addicted to law: For a health directed drug policy.” Policy Options 19(8):21-24.


ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1999 “The three phases of harm reduction.” Substance Use & Misuse 34(1):1-8.


Macdonald, Scott and Patricia G. ERICKSON

1999 “Factors associated with harm reduction among judges in Ontario.” International Journal of Drug Policy 10(1):17-24.


Macdonald, Scott, Patricia G. ERICKSON and Barbara Allen

1999 “Judicial attitudes in assault cases involving alcohol or other drugs.” Journal of Criminal Justice 27(3):275-286.



ERICKSON, Patricia G. and Yuet W. Cheung

  1. “Harm reduction among cocaine users: Reflections on individual intervention and community social capital.” International Journal of Drug Policy 10(3):235-246 .


ERICKSON, Patricia G.

1999 “A persistent paradox: Drug law and policy in Canada.” Canadian Journal of Criminology 41(2):275-284.


ERICKSON, Patricia G. and Eugene Oscapella

  1. “Cannabis in Canada - A puzzling policy. “ International Journal of Drug Policy 10 (4):313-318.


ERICKSON, Patricia G., J. Butters, P. McGillicuddy and A. Hallgren

  1. “Crack and Prostitution: Gender, Myths and Experiences.” Journal of Drug Issues 30(4): 767-788.

Harrison, Lana D., PATRICIA G. ERICKSON, Edward Adlaf and Charles Freeman



  1. “The drugs-violence nexus among American and Canadian youth.” Substance Use & Misuse 36(14):2065-2086.

Macdonald, Scott, C. Bois, B. Brands, D. Dempsey, Patricia G. ERICKSON, D. Marsh, S. Meredith, M. Shain, W. Skinner, A. Chiu

2001 “Drug testing and mandatory treatment for welfare recipients.” International Journal of Drug Policy 12:249-257.
Wild, T., B. Newton-Taylor, A. Ogborne, R. Mann, P.G. ERICKSON, S. Macdonald

2001 "Attitudes toward compulsory substance abuse treatment: A comparison of the public, counsellors, probationers and judges' views." Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy 8:33-46.

LaPrairie, Carol, L. Gliksman, Patricia G. ERICKSON, R. Wall and B.Newton-Taylor


  1. “Drug treatment courts – a viable option for Canada?” Substance Use & Misuse 37(12-13):1529-1566. Special issue, L. Harrison, Ed.


ERICKSON, Patricia G.

2002 “Addiction research and drug policy: Will the twain ever meet?” Transactions 2002. Sixth Series, Vol. XIII, Royal Society of Canada. http://rsc.ca/english


Jennifer Butters and Patricia G. ERICKSON

2003 "Meeting the health needs of female crack users: A Canadian example." Women & Health: A Multidisciplinary Journal of Women's Health Issues: 37 (3):1-17.


Hathaway, Andrew D. and Patricia G. ERICKSON

2003 "Drug reform principles and policy debates: Harm reduction prospects for cannabis in Canada." Journal of Drug Issues: 33 (2):465-496.

Macdonald, Scott, Anglin-Bodrug, Kristin, Mann, Robert E., ERICKSON, Patricia G.,

Hathaway, Andrew D., Chipman, Mary and Rylett, Margaret

2003 “Injury risk associated with cannabis and cocaine use.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence 72:99-115.
Hathaway, Andrew D. and Patricia G. ERICKSON


  1. “A tale of two stimulants: An analysis of newspaper coverage of cocaine and tobacco in Canada.” Canadian Journal of Communication 29(1):61-80.


Patricia G. ERICKSON, Andrew D. Hathaway and Cristine D. Urquhart

2004 “Backing into cannabis reform: The CDSA and Toronto’s diversion experiment.” Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues XVII (March):9-27.


Patricia G. ERICKSON and Jennifer E. Butters

2005 “How does the Canadian juvenile justice system respond to detained youth with substance use-associated problems? Gaps, challenges and emerging issues." Substance Use & Misuse 40(7):953-973.



ERICKSON, Patricia G. and Russell Callaghan

2005 “The probable impacts of the removal of the addiction disability benefit in Ontario.” Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health 24(2):99-108

Kolla, Nathan, David Marsh and Patricia G. ERICKSON

2006 “Temporal trends in rates of dual diagnoses at a Canadian addictions hospital over a five-year period.” Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine 23(1):10-16.


Adlaf, Edward, Dirk Korf, Lana Harrison and Patricia G. ERICKSON (& DAVI)

2006 “Cross national differences in drugs and violence among adolescents.”



Journal of Drug Issues 36 (3):597-617.

ERICKSON, Patricia G., J. Butters, M-M Cousineau, L. Harrison and D. Korf (& DAVI)

2006 “Girls and weapons: An international study of the perpetration of violence,” Journal of Urban Health 83 (3): 788-801

Benschop, A., L. Harrison, D. Korf and Patricia G. ERICKSON (& DAVI)

2006 “Different concepts of ethnicity in a cross-Atlantic study of violence and drug use among deviant youth.” European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 12:61-78.


ERICKSON, Patricia G., J. Butters, D. Korf, L. Harrison and M-M Cousineau (& DAVI)

2006 “Weapons and violence among male delinquents: An international comparative study.” International Annals of Criminology 44(1-2):125-151.


Harrison, L., Patricia G. ERICKSON, D. Korf, S. Brochu and A. Benschop (& DAVI)

2007 “How much for a dime bag: an exploration of youth drug markets.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence 90S: S27-S39.


Macdonald, Scott, Patricia G. ERICKSON, S. Wells, A. Hathaway and B. Pakula

2007 “Predicting violence among cocaine, cannabis and alcohol treatment clients.” Addictive Behaviors (on line).


Brochu, S., Cousineau, M-M, Sun, F., Couvrette, A., ERICKSON, P.G. and Harrison, L.

2007 “Consommation usuelle de cannabis chez les jeunes qui frequentent l’ecole secondaire.” Revue Internationale de Criminologie et Police Technique et Scientifique LX(2):202-214.

Hathaway, Andrew, Patricia G. ERICKSON and Philippe Lucas

2007 Canadian public opinion on cannabis: How far out of step with public opinion is the existing law? Canadian Review of Social Policy 59:44-55.


Macdonald, Scott, Patricia G. ERICKSON, S. Wells, A. Hathaway and B. Pakula

2008 “Predicting violence among cocaine, cannabis and alcohol treatment clients.”

Addictive Behaviors 33:201-205.
Korf, D., S. Brochu, A. Benschop, L. Harrison and Patricia G. ERICKSON (& DAVI)

2008 “Teen drug sellers – a cross national study of segregated drug markets and related violence.” Contemporary Drug Problems 35 (Spring):153-176.
Hathaway, Andrew, Scott Macdonald and Patricia G. ERICKSON

2008 “Reprioritizing dependence and abuse: A comparison of cannabis clients in treatment with a non-treatment sample of users. Addiction Research & Theory 16(5):495-502.


Macdonald, Scott, R. Mann, M. Chipman, B. Pakula, P. ERICKSON, A. Hathaway and P. MacIntyre

2008 “Driving behaviour under the influence of cannabis or cocaine.” Traffic Injury Prevention 9(3):190-194.



Butters, Jennifer, Lana Harrison, Edward Adlaf and Patricia G. ERICKSON

2009 “Weapons related violence among students in Philadelphia and Toronto: The Gang Connection.” Journal of Gang Research 16(4): 15-34.
King, Katharine, Lori Ross, Tara Bruno and Patricia G. ERICKSON

2009 “Identity work among street involved young mothers.” Journal of Youth Studies 12(2):139-149.
ERICKSON, Patricia G., Scott Macdonald and Andrew D. Hathaway

2009 “Profiling violent incidents in a treatment sample: A tripartite model approach.” Journal of Drug Issues 39 (Fall): 741-758.

Hathaway, Andrew, R.C. Callaghan, S. Macdonald and Patricia G. ERICKSON

2009 “Cannabis dependence as a primary drug problem: The case for harm reduction-oriented treatment options. Substance Use & Misuse 44: 990-1008.

Browning, Sarah and Patricia G. ERICKSON

2009 “Neighborhood disadvantage, alcohol use and violent victimization.” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 7(4): 331-349.


Kirst, Maritt, Patricia G. ERICKSON and Carol Strike

2009 “Polysubstance use among male and female street youth in Toronto.”



International Journal of Social Inquiry 2(2):123-139.
Ottaway, Nora, Katharine King and Patricia G. ERICKSON

2009 “Storying the street: Transition narratives of homeless youth.” Medical Humanities 35:19-25.


ERICKSON, Patricia G., Butters, J. and Bruno, T.

2009 “Victimization and predatory violence among street youth in Toronto, Canada,” International Annals of Criminology 47 (1/2): 81-100.


ERICKSON, Patricia G. and Andrew D. Hathaway

2010 “Normalization and harm reduction: Research avenues and policy agendas.” Commentary in International Journal of Drug Policy 21:137-139.

Goldstein, Abby, Bruce Leslie, Christine Wekerle, Eman Leung and Patricia ERICKSON

2010 “A comparison of young women involved with child welfare and those utilizing street youth services: Implications for the transition from care.” Social Development Issues 32:16-34.


Hathaway, Andrew, Elaine Hyshka, Patricia G. ERICKSON, Mark Asbridge, Serge Brochu, Marie-Marthe Cousineau, Cameron Duff and David Marsh

2010 “Whither RDS? An investigation of Respondent Driven Sampling as a method of recruiting mainstream marijuana users.” Harm Reduction Journal 7:15-26 (on-line, July 09)



ERICKSON, Patricia G. and Elaine Hyshka

2010Four decades of cannabis criminals in Canada, 1970-2010.” Amsterdam Law Forum, special issue on Drugs and the Law, 2(4):1-14 (on-line, October 26).


ERICKSON, Patricia G., Lana Harrison, Steven Cook, Edward Adlaf and Marie-Marthe Cousineau

2010 “A comparative study of the influence of collective efficacy on substance use among adolescent students in Philadelphia, Toronto and Montreal. Addiction Research & Theory, early online, December 2010.

Brochu, Serge, Marie-Marthe Cousineau, Chloe Provost, Patricia G. ERICKSON

2010 “Quand drogues et violence se rencontrent chez les jeunes, comment se dessine la relation, si relation il y a?” (Drogues, Sante et Societe 9(Dec.):149-178,






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