Professor Simon Chapman

AO PhD FASSA HonFFPH (UK)
Professor Public Health
Public Health, School of Public Health

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Biographical details

Simon Chapman AO PhD FASSA Hon FFPH (UK), is Professor in Public Health at the University of Sydney. He has published over 494 articles in peer reviewed journals and 19 books and major reports. His h index is 49 and his work has been cited over 8880 times. His Public Health Advocacy and Tobacco Control: Making Smoking History was published by Blackwell (Oxford) in 2007 and his co-authored Let Sleeping Dogs Lie: What men should know before being tested for prostate cancer by Sydney University Press in 2010 (free e-book). His new book Removing the emperor's clothes: tobacco plain packaging in Australia (free as e-book) will be publiished on Nov 27 2014 by Sydney University Press. In 1997 he won the World Health Organisation's World No Tobacco Day Medal and in 2003 he was voted by his international peers to be awarded the American Cancer Society's Luther Terry Award for outstanding individual leadership in tobacco control. In 2008 he won the NSW Premier's Cancer Researcher of the Year medal; the Public Health Association of Australia's Sidney Sax medal; and was a finalist in Australian of the Year. He was deputy editor (1992-1997) then editor (1998-2008) of the British Medical Journal's, Tobacco Control and is now its editor emeritus. In 2013 he was made an Officer in the Order of Australia (AO) for his contributions to public health, and awarded Australian Skeptic of the Year by the Australian Skeptics.

His current research involves examining policy how health issues are covered in news media; characteristics of public health research (and its dissemination) which impact on public health policy; the natural history of unassisted smoking cessation; and psychogenic aspects of "wind turbine syndrome".

Current projects

Professor Chapman is on long service leave throughout 2015 but is contactable by email (simon.chapman@sydney.edu.au)

International links

China

(Fudan University, Shanghai) For serveral years have collaborated with researchers in Fudan School of Public Health on tobacco control related research

Selected grants

2012

  • Online food and beverage marking to children and adolescents; Freeman B, Chapman S, Baur L, Gill T; Department of Health and Ageing (Federal)/Preventive Health Research Grants Program.
  • The natural history of unassisted smoking cessation in Australia; Dunlop S, Chapman S, Carter S, Freeman B; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.
  • Tobacco survey data analysis and reporting; Chapman S; Cancer Institute New South Wales/Tendered research support.
  • Characteristics of intervention research that progresses to real-world implementation; Chapman S, Milat A, Redman S, Rychetnik L, King L, Milat A, Milat A; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.

2010

  • Calling the tune Investigating corporate influences on media reporting on health; Chapman S, Kerridge I, Jordens C, Bacon W, Bonfiglioni C, Sweet M, Lipworth W; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.

2009

  • Tobacco control campaign tracking research project; Chapman S; Cancer Institute New South Wales/Tendered research support.
  • Tobacco control news media research project; Chapman S; Cancer Institute New South Wales/Tendered research support.
  • The Australian Health News Research Collaboration; Chapman S, Pirkis J, Blood R, Pirkis J; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Strategic Awards: Capacity Building Grants for Health Services Research.
  • The use of Web 2.0 internet sites to undermine tobacco advertising bans and to mobilise tobacco control advocates; Chapman S, Freeman B, Kolandai M; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.
  • What characterises influential population orientated public health policy research in Australia?; Chapman S, Redman S, Leeder S, Hall W, Gillespie J; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.

2008

  • Premiers Award for Outstanding Cancer Researcher 2008; Chapman S; Cancer Institute New South Wales/NSW Premier's Awards for Outstanding Cancer Research.
  • The China Ovations Centre, A Global Centre for Chronic Disease Control in China; Neal B, MacMahon S, Leeder S, Anderson C, Bauman A, Chapman S, Dibley M, Patel A, Salkeld G, Stevenson M; Oxford Health Alliance/Research Support.

2007

  • The future of tobacco control: exploring the feasibility, acceptability and cost-effectiveness of new policy directions; Hall W, Hall W, Chapman S; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.

2006

  • Television news on health and medicine in Australia; Chapman S; Cancer Council New South Wales/Research Project Grants.

2005

  • Research tasks for NSW Health in relation to Tobacco Action Plan; Chapman S, Mitchell J; NSW Health Department/Sydnovate Project.

2003

  • Investigation of tobacco industry efforts to counteract tobacco control in Australia 1970-2000; Chapman S; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.

2001

  • Analysis of tobacco control industry internal documents: Australia; Chapman S; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.
  • Analysis of tobacco industry documents: Asia and Australasia; Chapman S; National Institutes of Health (USA)/Research Grant.

2000

  • Understanding and counteracting anti-immunisation rhetoric; Chapman S, Hawe H, Burgess M; Public Health Research and Development Committee/Research Project Grants.
  • Promoting public awareness and health policy reform through increased news coverage; Chapman S; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Chapman, S., Barratt, A., Stockler, M. (2010). Let sleeping dogs lie What men should know before getting tested for prostate cancer. Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Scollo, M., Wakefield, M., Sullivan, D., Roberts, L., Purcell, K., Larkin, S., Connors, C., Chapman, S., Briggs, V., Daube, M. (2008). Technical Report No.2 Tobacco Control in Australia: Making Smoking History. Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia.
  • Chapman, S. (2007). Public health advocacy and tobacco control: making smoking history. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.

Book Chapters

  • Liberman, J., Scollo, M., Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2012). Plain Tobacco Packaging in Australia: The Historical and Social Context. In T Voon, A Mitchell, J Liberman, G Ayres (Eds.), Public Health And Plain Packaging Of Cigarettes: Legal Issues, (pp. 30-47). United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Chapman, S. (2010). Influencing politicians to implement comprehensive tobacco control: the power of news media. In P Boyle, N Gray, J Henningfield, J Seffrin & W Zatonski (Eds.), Tobacco: Science, policy, and public health, (pp. 691-696). Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2009). Why has smoking in Australian youth never been lower? In Bennet, D; Towns, S; Elliot, E; Merrick, J. (Eds.), Challenges in Adolescent Health: An Australian Perspective, (pp. 153-161). United States: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Chapman, S. (2008). Introduction. In Scollo M; Winstanley M (Eds.), Tobacco in Australia: Facts & IssuesA comprehensive online resource, (pp. xi-xx). Australia: Cancer Council Victoria.
  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2008). Tobacco advertising and promotion. In Scollo M; Winstanley M (Eds.), Tobacco in Australia: Facts & IssuesA comprehensive online resource, (pp. 1-48). Australia: Cancer Council Victoria.
  • Chapman, S. (2006). Influencing governments via media advocacy. In Pencheon, D.,Guest, C., Melzer, D.,Gray,M. (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Public Health Practice, Second Edition, (pp. 348-353). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Public Health Advocacy. In Rob Moodie & Alana Hulme (Eds.), Hands-on Health Promotion, (pp. 52-67). Melbourne: IP Communications.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Using media advocacy to shape policy. In Pencheon D, Guest C, Melzer D, Muir-Gray (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Public Health Practice, (pp. 162-166). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Chapman, S. (2000). Das kleine Einmaleins des Medienlobbyismus. (The little one-times-one table of media lobbying). In Dietmar Jazbinsek (Eds.), Gesundheits-kommunikation, (pp. 298-318). Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag.

Journals

  • Chapman, S. (2014). Author response. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 38(2), 192-193. [More Information]
  • Wang, F., Zheng, P., Yang, D., Freeman, B., Fu, H., Chapman, S. (2014). Chinese Tobacco Industry Promotional Activity on the Microblog Weibo. PloS One, 9(6), 1-6. [More Information]
  • Webster, J., Dunford, E., Kennington, S., Neal, B., Chapman, S. (2014). Drop the Salt! Assessing the impact of a public health advocacy strategy on Australian government policy on salt. Public Health Nutrition, 17(1), 212-218. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2014). E-cigarettes: does the new emperor of tobacco harm reduction have any clothes? European Journal of Public Health, 24(4), 535-536. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2014). E-cigarettes: the best and the worst case scenarios for public health-an essay by Simon Chapman. BMJ, 349, g5512. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2014). Factoid Forensics: Have "more than 40" Australian families abandoned their homes because of wind farm noise? Noise and Health, 16(71), 208-212. [More Information]
  • Smith, A., Chapman, S. (2014). Quitting smoking unassisted: the 50-year research neglect of a major public health phenomenon. JAMA, 311(2), 137-138. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Haynes, A., Derrick, G., Sturk, H., Hall, W., St George, A. (2014). Reaching “An Audience That You Would Never Dream of Speaking To�?: Influential Public Health Researchers’ Views on the Role of News Media in Influencing Policy and Public Understanding. Journal of Health Communication: international perspectives, 19(2), 260-273. [More Information]
  • Daube, M., Chapman, S. (2014). The Australian's dissembling campaign on tobacco plain packaging. Medical Journal of Australia, 201(4), 191-192.
  • Fogarty, A., Chapman, S. (2013). "Like Throwing a Bowling Ball at a Battle Ship" Audience Responses to Australian News Stories about Alcohol Pricing and Promotion Policies: A Qualitative Focus Group Study. PloS One, 8(6), 1-7. [More Information]
  • Daube, M., Chapman, S. (2013). Cameron's cave-in on plain packaging is a boost to industry. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 346(7908), 1-2. [More Information]
  • Paynter, J., Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2013). Continued debate on "Is censorship of films a useful solution to the problem of covert tobacco advertising?". New Zealand Medical Journal, 126(1377), 85-87. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2013). Could a scheme for licensing smokers work in Australia? Medical Journal of Australia, 199(11), 741-742. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Alpers, P. (2013). Gun-related deaths: how Australia stepped off "the American path". Annals of Internal Medicine, 158(10), 770-771. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., St George, A. (2013). How the factoid of wind turbines causing 'vibroacoustic disease' came to be 'irrefutably demonstrated'. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 37(3), 244-249. [More Information]
  • Paynter, J., Chapman, S. (2013). Is censorship of films a useful solution to the problem of covert tobacco advertising? (with response by Maubach et al). New Zealand Medical Journal, 126(1376), 99-101. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Wakefield, M. (2013). Large-scale unassisted smoking cessation over 50 years: lessons from history for endgame planning in tobacco control. Tobacco Control, 22(Suppl 1), i33-i35. [More Information]
  • Imison, M., Chapman, S. (2013). Media Miracles: The separation of Conjoined Twins, and TV News Health Coverage in Low- and Middle-Income Countries. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 147, 29-39.
  • Licht, A., Hyland, A., Travers, M., Chapman, S. (2013). Secondhand smoke exposure levels in outdoor hospitality venues: a qualitative and quantitative review of the research literature. Tobacco Control, 22(3), 172-179. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2013). Should electronic cigarettes be as freely available as tobacco cigarettes? No. BMJ, 346, f3840. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., St George, A., Waller, K., Cakic, V. (2013). The pattern of complaints about Australian wind farms does not match the establishment and distribution of turbines: support for the psychogenic, 'communicated disease' hypothesis. PloS One, 8(10), 1-11. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., MacKenzie, R. (2013). There's Nothing that Succeeds Like Failure: Discerning the Woods From the Trees in Smoking Cessation Debates. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 15(3), 750-751. [More Information]
  • Hefler, M., Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2013). Tobacco control advocacy in the age of social media: using Facebook, Twitter and Change. Tobacco Control, 22(3), 210-214. [More Information]
  • Fogarty, A., Chapman, S. (2013). What should be done about policy on alcohol pricing and promotions? Australian experts' views of policy priorities: a qualitative interview study. BMC Public Health, 13, 1-10. [More Information]
  • Derrick, G., Hayen, A., Chapman, S., Haynes, A., Webster, B., Anderson, I. (2012). A bibliometric analysis of research on Indigenous health in Australia, 1972-2008. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 36(3), 269-273. [More Information]
  • Fogarty, A., Chapman, S. (2012). Advocates, interest groups and Australian news coverage of alcohol advertising restrictions: content and framing analysis. BMC Public Health, 12(1), 1-12. [More Information]
  • Imison, M., Chapman, S. (2012). Australian journalists' reflections on local coverage of a health-related story from the developing world. Australian Journalism Review, 34(1), 93-107.
  • Fogarty, A., Chapman, S. (2012). Australian television news coverage of alcohol, health and related policies, 2005 to 2010: implications for alcohol policy advocates. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 36(6), 530-536. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Derrick, G. (2012). Bibliographic analysis of papers and authors published in Tobacco Control 1998-September 2011. Tobacco Control, 21(2), 198-201. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., MacKenzie, R. (2012). Can it be ethical to apply limited resources in low-income countries to ineffective, low-reach smoking cessation strategies? A Reply to Bitton and Eyal. Public Health Ethics, 5(1), 29-37. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2012). Does celebrity involvement in public health campaigns deliver long term benefit? Yes. BMJ, 345(7876), 1-2. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2012). Editorial ignored 17 reviews on wind turbines and health. BMJ, 344(7857), 1-1. [More Information]
  • MacKenzie, R., Chapman, S. (2012). Generating news media interest in tobacco control; challenges in an advanced policy environment. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 23(2), 92-96. [More Information]
  • Forsyth, R., Morrell, B., Lipworth, W., Kerridge, I., Jordens, C., Chapman, S. (2012). Health Journalists' Perceptions of Their Professional Roles and Responsibilities for Ensuring the Veracity of Reports of Health Research. Journal of Mass Media Ethics: exploring questions of media morality, 27(2), 130-141. [More Information]
  • Haynes, A., Derrick, G., Redman, S., Hall, W., Gillespie, J., Chapman, S., Sturk, H. (2012). Identifying trustworthy experts: how do policymakers find and assess public health researchers worth consulting or collaborating with? PloS One, 7(3), 1-8. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2012). Legal action by Big Tobacco against the Australian government’s plain packaging law. Tobacco Control, 21(2), 80-81. [More Information]
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2012). Measuring Interactivity on Tobacco Control Websites. Journal of Health Communication: international perspectives, 17(7), 857-865. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2012). Nicotine replacement therapy: evidence from observational studies versus clinical trials. Medical Journal of Australia, 197(1), 28-28. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Morrell, B., Forsyth, R., Kerridge, I., Stewart, C. (2012). Policies and practices on competing interests of academic staff in Australian universities. Medical Journal of Australia, 196(7), 452-456. [More Information]
  • Fernández, E., Chapman, S. (2012). Quitting smoking and gaining weight: the odd couple. BMJ, 345(7868), 1-2. [More Information]
  • Holland, K., Blood, R., Imison, M., Chapman, S., Fogarty, A. (2012). Risk, expert uncertainty and Australian news media: Public and private faces of expert opinion during the 2009 swine flu pandemic. Journal of Risk Research, 15(6), 657-671. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Wakefield, M. (2012). Smoking cessation strategies. BMJ, 344, e1732-e1732. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2012). The Case for a Smoker's License. PLoS Medicine, 9(11), 1-5. [More Information]
  • Gao, J., Chapman, S., Sun, S., Fu, H., Zheng, P. (2012). The growth in newspaper coverage of tobacco control in China, 2000-2010. BMC Public Health, 12(1), 1-8. [More Information]
  • Daube, M., Chapman, S. (2012). The legacy of the tobacco colossus Richard Doll. BMJ, 345, 1-2. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2012). The tobacco industry is terrified of plain packs. BMJ, 344(7847), 1-1. [More Information]
  • Dunlop, S., Cotter, T., Perez, D., Chapman, S. (2012). Tobacco in the news: associations between news coverage, news recall and smoking-related outcomes in a sample of Australian smokers and recent quitters. Health Education Research (online), 27(1), 160-171. [More Information]
  • Daube, M., Chapman, S. (2012). Tobacco plain packaging. Medical Journal of Australia, 197(5), 272-272. [More Information]
  • Fogarty, A., Holland, K., Imison, M., Blood, R., Chapman, S., Holding, S. (2011). Communicating uncertainty - how Australian television reported H1N1 risk in 2009: a content analysis. BMC Public Health, 11(1), 181-1-181-8. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Derrick, G., Haynes, A., Hall, W. (2011). Democratising assessment of researchers' track records: a simple proposal. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(3), 147-148. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Farrelly, M. (2011). Four Arguments against the Adult-Rating of Movies with Smoking Scenes. PLoS Medicine, 8(8), e1001078-e1001080. [More Information]
  • Fogarty, A., Chapman, S. (2011). Framing and the marginalisation of evidence in media reportage of policy debate about alcopops, Australia 2008-2009: Implications for advocacy. Drug and Alcohol Review, 30(6), 569-576. [More Information]
  • Mackenzie, R., Chapman, S., Holding, S. (2011). Framing responsibility: coverage of lung cancer among smokers and non-smokers in Australian television news. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 35(1), 66-70. [More Information]
  • Haynes, A., Derrick, G., Chapman, S., Redman, S., Hall, W., Gillespie, J., Sturk, H. (2011). From "our world" to the "real world": Exploring the views and behaviour of policy-influential Australian public health researchers. Social Science and Medicine, 72(7), 1047-1055. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2011). From brand to bland--the demise of cigarette packaging. BMJ, 343, 1-3. [More Information]
  • Haynes, A., Gillespie, J., Derrick, G., Hall, W., Redman, S., Chapman, S., Sturk, H. (2011). Galvanisers, Guides, Champions and Shields: The Many Ways that Policymakers Use Public Health Researchers. The Milbank Quarterly, 89(4), 564-598. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2011). Gun control. Australian and US gun deaths compared. BMJ (online), 342, d1005-d1005. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2011). Health and philanthropy-the tobacco connection. The Lancet, 377(9759), 11-13. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2011). Lessons for the UK in how the Australians have reduced smoking. BMJ (online), 343, 1-1. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2011). Personal view. Should the spectacle of surgery be sold to the highest bidder? BMJ (online), 342, d237-d237. [More Information]
  • Mackenzie, R., Chapman, S. (2011). Pig's blood in cigarette filters: how a single news release highlighted tobacco industry concealment of cigarette ingredients. Tobacco Control, 20(2), 169-172. [More Information]
  • Bonfiglioli, C., Smith, B., King, L., Chapman, S., Holding, S., Bauman, A. (2011). Risky exercise - is physical activity losing the news race? Australian Journalism Review, 33(1), 73-84.
  • Chapman, S. (2011). Tar wars over smoking cessation. BMJ, 343(7819), d5008-1-d5008-3. [More Information]
  • Derrick, G., Haynes, A., Chapman, S., Hall, W. (2011). The Association between Four Citation Metrics and Peer Rankings of Research Influence of Australian Researchers in Six Fields of Public Health. PloS One, 6(4), e18521 - 1-e18521 - 6. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2011). Why the tobacco industry fears plain packaging. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(5), 255-255. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2011). Wind farms and health: who is fomenting community anxieties? Medical Journal of Australia, 195(9), 495-495. [More Information]
  • Zheng, P., Li, W., Chapman, S., Zhang, Z., Gao, J., Fu, H. (2011). Workplace Exposure to Secondhand Smoke and its Association with Respiratory Symptoms: A Cross-Sectional Study among Workers in Shanghai. Tobacco Control, 20(1), 58-63. [More Information]
  • Gao, J., Zheng, P., Gao, J., Chapman, S., Fu, H. (2011). Workplace smoking policies and their association with male employees' smoking behaviours: a cross-sectional survey in one company in China. Tobacco Control, 20(2), 131-136. [More Information]
  • Leask, J., Chapman, S., Cooper, S. (2010). "All manner of ills": The features of serious diseases attributed to vaccination. Vaccine, 28(17), 3066-70. [More Information]
  • Mackenzie, R., Chapman, S., Holding, S., Stiven, A. (2010). "No Respecter of Youth": Over-representation of Young Women in Australian Television Coverage of Breast Cancer. Journal of Cancer Education, 25(4), 565-570. [More Information]
  • Imison, M., Chapman, S. (2010). 'Disease, Disaster and Despair'? The Presentation of Health in Low- and Middle-Income Countries on Australian Television. PloS One, 5(11), e14106-1-e14106-5. [More Information]
  • Derrick, G., Sturk, H., Haynes, A., Chapman, S., Hall, W. (2010). A cautionary bibliometric tale of two cities. Scientometrics, 8(2), 317-320.
  • Chapman, S. (2010). BATs tax figures do not add up. Tobacco Control, 19(2), 92-93.
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2010). British American Tobacco on Facebook: undermining article 13 of the global World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. Tobacco Control, 19(3), e1-e9. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2010). Competing interests. The odium of industry engagement. BMJ (online), 341, c3575. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2010). Firearm deaths in Australia after law reform. Medicine, Science and the Law, 50(1). [More Information]
  • Freeman, B., Gartner, C., Hall, W., Chapman, S. (2010). Forecasting future tobacco control policy: where to next? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 34(5), 447-450. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Barratt, A. (2010). Has PSA testing truly been a public health disaster"?". Medical Journal of Australia. [More Information]
  • Butler, R., Chapman, S., Thomas, D., Torzillo, P. (2010). Low Daily Smoking Estimates Derived from Sales Monitored Tobacco Use in Six Remote Predominantly Aboriginal Communities. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 34(S1), S71-S75. [More Information]
  • Hinchcliff, R., Chapman, S., Ivers, R., Senserrick, T., Du, W. (2010). Media framing of graduated licensing policy debates. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 42(4), 1283-1287. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Mackenzie, R. (2010). Misrepresentation in stapleton's commentary. Addiction, 105(11), 2031-2032. [More Information]
  • Henson, C., Chapman, S., McLeod, L., Johnson, N., Hickie, I. (2010). Room for improvement: mixed portrayal of young people with mental illness on Australian television news. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 44(3), 267-272. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2010). The cancer emperor's new clothes. BMJ, 340(2010, c2436), 1035-1035. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2010). The cancer emperor's new clothes: Australia's historic legislation for plain tobacco packaging. BMJ (online), 340, c2436. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Mackenzie, R. (2010). The global research neglect of unassisted smoking cessation: causes and consequences. PLoS Medicine, 7(2), e1000216-1-e1000216-6. [More Information]
  • Gartner, C., Chapman, S., Hall, W., Wakefield, M. (2010). Why we need tobacco sales data for good tobacco control. Medical Journal of Australia, 192(1), 3-4. [More Information]
  • Mackenzie, R., Chapman, S., McGeechan, K., Holding, S. (2009). 'A disease many people still feel uncomfortable talking about': Australian television coverage of colorectal cancer. Psycho-Oncology: journal of the psychological, social and behavioral dimensions of cancer, Published Online DOI: 10.1002/pon.1567, 1-6. [More Information]
  • Sweet, M., Chapman, S., Moynihan, R., Green, J. (2009). CHAMP: a novel collaboration between public health and the media. Medical Journal of Australia, 190(4), 206-207. [More Information]
  • McLeod, K., Wakefield, M., Chapman, S., Smith, K., Durkin, S. (2009). Changes in the news representation of smokers and tobacco-related media advocacy from 1995 to 2005 in Australia. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 63(3), 215-220. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Ragg, M., McGeechan, K. (2009). Citation bias in reported smoking prevalence in people with schizophrenia. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 43, 277-282. [More Information]
  • Clements, M., Wakefield, M., Chapman, S. (2009). Impact of Australian celebrity diagnoses on prostate cancer screening. Medical Journal of Australia, 191(10), 574-575. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2009). Japanese street smoking bans: a Japan Tobacco foil to prevent clean indoor air policy? Tobacco Control, 18(5), 419. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2009). Mental health and smoking redux. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 43(6), 579-580. [More Information]
  • Henson, C., Chapman, S., McLeod, L., Johnson, N., McGeechan, K., Hickie, I. (2009). More us than them: positive depictions of mental illness on Australian television news. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 43, 554-560. [More Information]
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2009). Open source marketing: Camel cigarette brand marketing in the "Web 2.0" world. Tobacco Control, 18(3), 212-217. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2009). Regulating the tobacco retail environment: Beyond reducing sales to minors. Tobacco Control, 18(6), 496-501. [More Information]
  • Mackenzie, R., Johnson, N., Chapman, S., Holding, S. (2009). Smoking-related disease on Australian television news: inaccurate portrayals may contribute to public misconceptions. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 33(2), 144-146. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Holding, S., Ellerm, J., Heenan, R., Fogarty, A., Imison, M., Mackenzie, R., McGeechan, K. (2009). The content and structure of Australian television reportage on health and medicine, 2005-2009: parameters to guide health workers. Medical Journal of Australia, 191(11-12), 620-624. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2009). The inverse impact law of smoking cessation. The Lancet, 373(9665), 701-703. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2009). With youth smoking at historical lows, how influential is movie smoking on uptake? Addiction, 104(5), 824-5; discussion 825-7. [More Information]
  • Tong, A., Chapman, S., Sainsbury, P., Craig, J. (2008). An Analysis of Media Coverage on the Prevention and Early Detection of CKD in Australia. American Journal of Kidney Diseases, 52(1), 159-170. [More Information]
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S., Storey, P. (2008). Banning smoking in cars carrying children: an analytical history of a public health advocacy campaign. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 32(1), 60-65. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Hayen, A. (2008). Declines in Australian suicide: A reanalysis of Mcphedran and Baker (2008). Health Policy, 88(1), 152-154. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2008). Global perspective on tobacco control. Part II. The future of tobacco control: making smoking history? International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 12(1), 8-12. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2008). Going too far? Exploring the limits of smoking regulations. William Mitchell Law Review, 34(4), 1605-1620.
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2008). Gone viral? Heard the buzz? A guide for public health practitioners and researchers on how Web 2.0 can subvert advertising restrictions and spread health information. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 62(9), 778-782. [More Information]
  • Wakefield, M., Durkin, S., Spittal, M., Siahpush, M., Scollo, M., Chapman, S., Simpson, J., White, V., Hill, D. (2008). Impact of tobacco control policies and mass media campaigns on monthly adult smoking prevalence. American Journal of Public Health, 98(8), 1443-1450. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2008). Markers of the denormalisation of smoking and the tobacco industry. Tobacco Control, 17(2), 25-31. [More Information]
  • Mackenzie, R., Chapman, S., Salkeld, G., Holding, S. (2008). Media influence on Herceptin subsidization in Australia: application of the rule of rescue. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 101(6), 305-312. [More Information]
  • Mackenzie, R., Imison, M., Chapman, S., Holding, S. (2008). Mixed messages and a missed opportunity: Australian news media coverage of Clare Oliver's campaign against solaria. Medical Journal of Australia, 189(7), 371-374. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2008). Repealing Australia's ban on smokeless tobacco? Hasten slowly. Medical Journal of Australia, 188(1), 47-49. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2008). Should smoking in outside public spaces be banned? No. BMJ (online), 337, a2804. [More Information]
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S., Rimmer, M. (2008). The case for the plain packaging of tobacco products. Addiction, 103(4), 580-590. [More Information]
  • Assunta, M., Chapman, S. (2008). The lightest market in the world: Light and mild cigarettes in Japan. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 10(5), 803-810. [More Information]
  • Mackenzie, R., Chapman, S., Johnson, N., McGeechan, K., Holding, S. (2008). The newsworthiness of cancer in Australian television news. Medical Journal of Australia, 189(3), 155-158. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2008). What should be done about smoking in movies? Tobacco Control, 17(6), 363-367. [More Information]
  • Mackenzie, R., Chapman, S., Holding, S., McGeechan, K. (2007). 'A matter of faith, not science': analysis of media coverage of prostate cancer screening in Australian news media 2003-2006. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 100(11), 513-521. [More Information]
  • Hooker, C., Chapman, S. (2007). 'Our youth must be protected from drug abuse': talking tobacco control in the New South Wales Parliament from the 1960s to the twenty-first century. Health and History, 9(1), 106-128.
  • Li, M., Chapman, S., Agho, K., Eastman, C. (2007). Can even minimal news coverage influence consumer health related behaviour? A case study of iodised salt sales, Australia. Health Education Research, 23(3), 543-548. [More Information]
  • Bonfiglioli, C., Smith, B., King, L., Chapman, S., Holding, S. (2007). Choice and voice: obesity debates in television news. Medical Journal of Australia, 187(8), 442-445. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2007). Entering our 16th year. Tobacco Control, 16(1), 1-1. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2007). Evidence, ethics, hubris and the future of second-hand smoke policy. Tobacco Control, 16, 73-74. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2007). Falling prevalence of smoking: how low can we go? Tobacco Control, 16, 145-147. [More Information]
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2007). Is "YouTube" telling or selling you something? Tobacco content on the YouTube video-sharing website. Tobacco Control, 16(3), 207-210. [More Information]
  • MacKenzie, R., Chapman, S. (2007). Medicine and the media - Fainting schoolgirls wipe $A1bn off market value of Gardasil firm. British Medical Journal, 334, 1195-1195.
  • Bonfiglioli, C., King, L., Smith, B., Chapman, S., Holding, S. (2007). Obesity in the media: political hot potato or human interest story? Australian Journalism Review, 29(1), 53-61.
  • Chapman, S., Nguyen, T., White, C. (2007). Press-released papers are more downloaded and cited. Tobacco Control, 16, 71-71. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2007). Risks of smoking: all done and dusted. BMJ (online), 334, s16. [More Information]
  • Gartner, C., Hall, W., Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2007). Should the Health Community Promote Smokeless Tobacco (Snus) as a Harm Reduction Measure? PLoS Medicine, 4(7), 1138-1141.
  • Chapman, S. (2007). Should the health community promote smokeless tobacco (Snus): Author's reply. PLoS Medicine, 4(10), 1704-1705. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., MacKenzie, R. (2007). The Australian Health News Research Collaboration. Medical Journal of Australia, 186, 326-326.
  • Chapman, S. (2007). The blood money tradition continues. British Journal of Ophthalmology, 91(12), 1578. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2007). The future of smoke-free legislation. BMJ (online), 335(7619), 521-2. [More Information]
  • Mackenzie, R., Chapman, S., Barratt, A., Holding, S. (2007). The news is [not] all good: misrepresentations and inaccuracies in Australian news media reports on prostate cancer screening. Medical Journal of Australia, 187(9), 507-510. [More Information]
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2007). Tobacco promotion invades new media. Lancet Oncology, 8(11), 973-974.
  • Chapman, S., Alpers, P., Agho, K., Jones, M. (2006). Australia's 1996 gun law reforms: faster falls in firearm deaths, firearm suicides, and a decade without mass shootings. Injury Prevention, 12(6), 365-372. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2006). Butt clean up campaigns: Wolves in sheep's clothing? Tobacco Control, 15(4), 273-273. [More Information]
  • Bonfiglioli, C., Smith, B., Chapman, S., King, L. (2006). Choice and voice - obesity debates in Australian television news. Obesity Reviews, 7(Suppl. 2), 74-75.
  • Hooker, C., Chapman, S. (2006). Deliberately personal: Tobacco control debates and deliberative democracy in New South Wales. Critical Public Health, 16(1), 35-46.
  • Chiang, P., Chapman, S. (2006). Do pharmacy staff recommend evidenced-based smoking cessation products? A pseudo patron study. Journal Of Clinical Pharmacy And Therapeutics, 31(3), 205-209. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2006). Erectile dysfunction and smoking: subverting tobacco industry images of masculine potency. Tobacco Control, 15(2), 73-74.
  • Chapman, S. (2006). Erectile dysfunction and smoking: subverting tobacco industry images of masculine potency. Tobacco Control, 15(2), 73-74.
  • Assunta, M., Chapman, S. (2006). Health treaty dilution: a case study of Japan's influence on the language of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 60(9), 751-756. [More Information]
  • Bryan-Jones, K., Chapman, S. (2006). Political dynamics promoting the incremental regulation of secondhand smoke: a case study of New South Wales, Australia. BMC Public Health, 6, 192-192. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2006). Regulating the global vector for lung cancer. The Lancet, 367(9512), 706-708. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Chapman, S. (2006). Smokers and non-smokers talk about regulatory options in tobacco control. Tobacco Control, 15(5), 398-404. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Chiang, P. (2006). Smoking cessation - Response from authors. Journal Of Clinical Pharmacy And Therapeutics, 31(3), 297-298.
  • Hooker, C., Chapman, S. (2006). Structural elements in achieving legislative tobacco control in NSW, 1955-95: political reflections and implications. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 30(1), 10-15. [More Information]
  • Leask, J., Chapman, S., Hawe, P., Burgess, M. (2006). What maintains parental support for vaccination when challenged by anti-vaccination messages? A qualitative study. Vaccine, 24(49-50), 7238-7245. [More Information]
  • Blows, S., Ivers, R., Chapman, S. (2005). "Banned from the streets I have paid to use": an analysis of Australian print media coverage of proposals for passenger and night driving restrictions for young drivers. Injury Prevention, 11(5), 304-308. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Australia: games with a model ad ban. Tobacco Control, 14(5), 297-298.
  • Sachdev, P., Chapman, S. (2005). Availability of smokeless tobacco products in south Asian grocery shops, Sydney 2004. Medical Journal of Australia, 183(6), 334-334.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Book review: Hope or hype. The obsession with medical advances and the high cost of false promises. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 115(11), 2960-2961.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Book review: Tobacco: Science, policy and public health. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 330(7497), 970-971.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Business sector shuns tobacco companies. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 331(7529), 1414-1415.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Cigarette pack warning: it can send you blind!. The British Journal of Ophthalmology, 89(10), 1386-1387.
  • Chapman, S., Liberman, J. (2005). Ensuring smokers are adequately informed: reflections on consumer rights, manufacturer responsibilities, and policy implications. Tobacco Control, 14(Supplement 2), ii8-ii13. [More Information]
  • Garne, D., Watson, M., Chapman, S., Byrne, F. (2005). Environmental tobacco smoke research published in the journal Indoor and Built Environment and associations with the tobacco industry. The Lancet, 365(9461), 804-809. [More Information]
  • Champion, D., Chapman, S. (2005). Framing pub smoking bans: an analysis of Australian print news media coverage, March 1996-March 2003. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 59(8), 679-684. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., McLeod, K., Wakefield, M., Holding, S. (2005). Impact of news of celebrity illness on breast cancer screening: Kylie Minogue's breast cancer diagnosis. Medical Journal of Australia, 183(5), 247-250. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Never say die? The longest life might not be the best life. Medical Journal of Australia, 183, 622-4. [More Information]
  • Vagg, R., Chapman, S. (2005). Nicotine analogues: a review of tobacco industry research interests. Addiction, 100(5), 701-712. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Research from tobacco industry affiliated authors: need for particular vigilance. Tobacco Control, 14(4), 217-219.
  • Gunasekera, H., Chapman, S., Campbell, S. (2005). Sex and drugs in popular movies: an analysis of the top 200 films. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 98(10), 464-470. [More Information]
  • Nguyen, T., Chapman, S. (2005). The fate of papers rejected from Tobacco Control. Tobacco Control, 14(5), 293.
  • Byrne, F., Chapman, S. (2005). The most cited authors and papers in tobacco control. Tobacco Control, 14(3), 155-160. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2005). The most important and influential papers in tobacco control: results of an online poll. Tobacco Control, 14(5), e1. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2005). The smoker-free workplace: the case against. Tobacco Control, 14(2), 144.
  • Chapman, S., Knight, J. (2004). "A Phony Way To Show Sincerity, As We All Well Know": Tobacco Industry Lobbying Against Tobacco Control In Hong Kong. Tobacco Control, 13 Suppl 2(Dec), ii13-ii21.
  • Chapman, S., Knight, J. (2004). "Asia Is Now The Priority Target For The World Anti-Tobacco Movement": Attempts By The Tobacco Industry To Undermine The Asian Anti-Smoking Movement. Tobacco Control, 13(Suppl 2), ii30-ii36.
  • Chapman, S., Knight, J. (2004). "Asian Yuppies..Are Always Looking For Something New And Different": Creating A Tobacco Culture Among Young Asians. Tobacco Control, 13(Suppl 2), ii22-ii29.
  • Oakes, W., Chapman, S., Ron, B., James, B., Trotter, L. (2004). "Bulletproof Skeptics In Life's Jungle": Which Self-Exempting Beliefs About Smoking Most Predict Lack Of Progression Towards Quitting? Preventive Medicine, 39(4), 776-782.
  • Chapman, S., Assunta, M., Knight, J., Fields, N. (2004). "Care And Feeding": The Asian Environmental Tobacco Smoke Consultants Programme. Tobacco Control, 13(Suppl 2), ii4-ii12.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). "Half pregnant" occupational health policy on environmental tobacco smoke. Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 61, 383-384.
  • Chapman, S., Assunta, M. (2004). "The World's Most Hostile Environment": How The Tobacco Industry Circumvented Singapore's Advertising Ban. Tobacco Control, 13(Suppl 2), ii51-ii57.
  • Assunta, M., Chapman, S. (2004). A "Clean Cigarette" For A Clean Nation: A Case Study Of Salem Pianissimo In Japan. Tobacco Control, 13(Supplement 2), ii58-ii62.
  • Assunta, M., Chapman, S. (2004). A Mire Of Highly Subjective And Ineffective Voluntary Guidelines: Tobacco Industry Efforts To Thwart Tobacco Control In Malaysia. Tobacco Control, 13(Supplement 2), ii43-ii50.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Adam Burgess, Cellular Phones, Public Fears, and a Culture of Precaution (review). New Media and Society, 6(6), 835-837.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Half full or half empty? Tobacco control in Australia in 2004. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 28(4), 309-311.
  • Chapman, S., Assunta, M. (2004). Industry Sponsored Youth Smoking Prevention Programme In Malaysia: A Case Study In Duplicity. Tobacco Control, 13(Suppl 2), ii37-ii42.
  • Chapman, S., Leask, J., Ackermann, D. (2004). Media Coverage Of Anthrax Vaccination Refusal By Australian Defence Force Personnel. Vaccine, 23(3), 411-417.
  • Chapman, S., Wakefield, M., Durkin, S. (2004). Smoking Status Of 132,176 People Advertising On A Dating Website. Are Smokers More "Desperate And Dateless"? Medical Journal of Australia, 181(11-12), 672-674.
  • Chapman, S., Alechnowicz, K. (2004). The Philippine Tobacco Industry: "The Strongest Tobacco Lobby In Asia". Tobacco Control, 13(Suppl 2), ii71-ii78.
  • Chapman, S., Assunta, M. (2004). The Tobacco Industry'S Accounts Of Refining Indirect Tobacco Advertising In Malaysia. Tobacco Control, 13(Suppl 2), ii63-ii70.
  • Chapman, S., Balmain, A. (2004). Time to legislate for fire-safe cigarettes in Australia. Medical Journal of Australia, 181(6), 292-293.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Tobacco control in Australia: victims of our past success? NSW Public Health Bulletin, 15(5-6), 85-87.
  • Szilágyi, T., Chapman, S. (2004). Tobacco Industry Efforts To Erode Tobacco Advertising Controls In Hungary. Central European Journal of Public Health, 12(4), 190-196.
  • Chapman, S., Carter, S., Peters, M. (2003). "A deep fragrance of academia": the Australian Tobacco Research Foundation. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 38-44.
  • Chapman, S., Byrne, F., Carter, S. (2003). "Australia is one of the darkest markets in the world": the global importance of Australian tobacco control. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), iii1-iii3.
  • Chapman, S., Carter, S. (2003). "Avoid health warnings on all tobacco products for just as long as we can": a history of Australian tobacco industry efforts to avoid, delay and dilute health warnings on cigarettes. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), iii13-iii22.
  • Chapman, S., Penman, A. (2003). "Can't stop the boy": Philip Morris' use of Healthy Buildings International to prevent workplace smoking bans in Australia. Tobacco Control, 12, 107-112.
  • Trotter, L., Chapman, S. (2003). "Conclusions about exposure to ETS and health thatwill be unhelpful to us": how the tobacco industry attempted to delay and discredit the 1997 Australian National Health and Medical Research Council report on passive smoking. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 102-106.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). "It is possible he is a kind of nut": how the tobacco industry quietly promoted Dr William Whitby. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 4-6.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). "Keep a low profile": pesticide residue, additives, and freon use in Australian tobacco manufacturing. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 45-53.
  • Ooi, E., Chapman, S. (2003). An analysis of newspaper reports of cancer breakthroughs: hope or hype? Medical Journal of Australia, 179(11), 639-643.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Blinding of reviewers and authors. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 27(3), 358-358.
  • Fields, N., Chapman, S. (2003). Chasing Ernst L Wynder: 40 years of Philip Morris' efforts to influence a leading scientist. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 57(8), 571-578.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Fresh row over prostate screening. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 326(7389), 605-605.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Harm reduction. Tobacco Control, 12(4), 341-341.
  • Szilaagyi, T., Chapman, S. (2003). Hungry for Hungary: examples of tobacco industry's expansionism. Central European Journal of Public Health, 11(1), 38-43.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Other people’s smoke: what’s in a name? Tobacco Control, 12(2), 113-114.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Reducing tobacco consumption. NSW Public Health Bulletin, 14(3), 46-48.
  • Carter, S., Chapman, S. (2003). Smoking, disease, and obdurate denial: the Australian tobacco industry in the 1980s. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 23-30.
  • Tofler, A., Chapman, S. (2003). Some convincing arguments to pass back to nervous customers": the role of the tobacco retailer in the Australian tobacco industry's smoker reassurance campaign. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 7-12.
  • King, W., Carter, S., Borland, R., Chapman, S., Gray, N. (2003). The Australian tar derby: the origins and fate of a low tar reduction programme. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 61-71.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). The decline in gun deaths. NSW Public Health Bulletin, 14(3), 48-50.
  • Durrant, R., Wakefield, M., McLeod, K., Clegg-Smith, K., Chapman, S. (2003). Tobacco in the news: an analysis of newspaper coverage of tobacco issues in Australia, 2001. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 2), ii75-ii81.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). We are anxious to remain anonymous": the use of third party scientific and medical consultants by the Australian tobacco industry, 1969 to 1979. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 31-37.
  • Leask, J., Chapman, S. (2002). "The cold hard facts" Immunisation and vaccine preventable diseases in Australia's newsprint media 1993-1998. Social Science and Medicine, 54(3), 445-457.
  • Davies, P., Chapman, S., Leask, J. (2002). Anitvaccination activists on the world wide web. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 87(1), 22-25.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Blaming tobacco’s victims. Tobacco Control, 11(3), 167-168.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Denying nicotine's addiction potential: comments on Frenk and Dar. Addiction, 97(1), 99-100.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Formula One racing and the end of tobacco sponsorship: half pregnant at 350kph? Tobacco Control, 11(2), 87-88.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Geoff Bible’s class. Tobacco Control, 11(4), 289-290.
  • Chapman, S., Jamrozik, K. (2002). Is bupropion (Zyban) causing deaths? Medical Journal of Australia, 176(3), 134-134.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Public health advocates: political lap dogs or rottweilers? Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 13(3), 250-251.
  • Shatenstein, S., Chapman, S. (2002). The banality of tobacco deaths. Tobacco Control, 11(1), 1-2.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). The wolf changes its sheepskin. Tobacco Control, 11(1), 9-10.
  • Leask, J., Chapman, S. (2001). 'The cold hard facts' immunisation and vaccine preventable disease in Australia's newsprint media 1993-1998. Social Science and Medicine, 54, 445-457.
  • Chapman, S., Dominello, A. (2001). A strategy for increasing news media coverage of tobacco and health in Australia. Health Promotion International, 16(2), 137-143.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Advocacy in public health: roles and challenges. International Journal of Epidemiology, 30, 1226-1232.
  • Leask, J., Hawe, H., Chapman, S. (2001). Focus group composition: a comparison between natural and constructed groups. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 25, 152-154.
  • Chapman, S., Borland, R., Lal,, A. (2001). Has the ban on smoking in New South Wales restaurants worked? A comparison of restaurants in Sydney and Melbourne. Medical Journal of Australia, 174, 512-515.
  • Carter, S., Chapman, S. (2001). John's $12 tonic: Press coverage of the government's selling of a private health insurance rebate. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 25, 265-271.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Media milking of sacred cows: a heart stopping tale. Medical Journal of Australia, 175, 629-630.
  • Shea, R., Chapman, S. (2001). Media reports of rural health and safety: A review of articles published in The Land newspaper. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 9, 206-208.
  • Chapman, S., Leask, J. (2001). Paid celebrity endorsement in health promotion: a case study from Australia. Health Promotion International, 16, 333-338.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Reply to Ezzy 2: Storm in a qualitative teacup? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 25, 470.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Ten years and (body) counting …. Tobacco Control, 10, 297-298.
  • Chapman, S., Shatenstein, S. (2001). The ethics of the cash register: taking tobacco research dollars. Tobacco Control, 10, 1-2.
  • Haas, M., Chapman, S., Viney, R., Hall, J., Ferguson, A. (2001). The news on health care funding: a study of reporting in the Australian print media for 1996. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy, 6(2), 78-84.
  • Chapman, S., Wakefield, M. (2001). Tobacco control advocacy in Australia: Reflections on 30 years of progress. Health Education and Behavior, 28 (3), 274-289.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Tobacco giant's anti-smoking course flops. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 323(7323), 1206-1206.
  • Drope, J., Chapman, S. (2001). Tobacco industry efforts at discrediting scientific knowledge of environmental tobacco smoke: a review of internal industry documents. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 55(8), 588-594.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Chapman, S. (2006). BAT should but out of smoking reforms. Canberra Times.
  • Chapman, S. (2006). How can an ethics index give a tobacco giant top billing? Crikey.
  • Chapman, S. (2006). Is Ruddock keeping the home fires burning? Crikey.
  • Chapman, S., Alpers, P. (2006). Tight gun controls the most powerful weapon. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2006). Will the ACCC send British American Tobacco's packaging packing. Crikey.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). A symphony of giving but the trumpet blowing's a bit overdone. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Fruit-flavoured cigarettes highlight an industry smokescreen. Canberra Times.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). How big tobacco thumbs its nose at the ACCC. Crikey, Crikey Daily - Tuesday, 23 August.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Kicking the habit. newmatilda.com.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Light cigarettes - deadly despite the name. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Matter of smoke and hire. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Pub smoking in Australia: 20 years of fiddling and burning Part 1. Online Opinion (Australia's e-journal of social and politicial debate).
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Pub smoking in Australia: The pubs fight back - all foam, no beer Part 2. Online Opinion (Australia's e-journal of social and political debate).
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Cool as can be, until deadly reality behind the myths is revealed. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Corporate responsibility is fast becoming a smokefree zone. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S., Ooi, E. (2004). Does the reporting of cancer research create hope for patients or hype? Online Opinion.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Fiddling as lungs burn. Hobart Mercury.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Gone in a puff of smoke. Australian Financial Review.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Jim Bacon - another victim of the sexed up tobacco industry. Online Opinion (Australia's e-journal of social and political debate).
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Take heed of Bacon's warning. The Australian.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). The smoke-free public relations industry says 'no' to tobacco. Online Opinion (Australia's e-journal of social and political debate).
  • Chapman, S. (2004). There are worse fates than death. We should focus research on quality of life. Online Opinion (Australia's e-journal of social and political debate).
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Why we must stamp on the burning butt. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Behind the smokescreen. Australian Dr.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Can you handle the truth? When an expert is asked their opinion, how honest is too honest? Australian Dr.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Cigarette companies buying credibility. Crikey.com.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Do as I say, not as I do: how famous faces muddle the message on cancer. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Folklore to epidemiology. Australian Dr.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Prostate of confusion. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Senate vote clears the air. Australian.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). The battle against cancer needs more than a Sartorian fix. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Tidings of comfort and joy: public health. Good Weekend (Sydney Morning Herald).
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Why cancer prevention is never as sexy as raising funds in pursuit of a cure. On-line Opinion (Australia's e-journal of social and political debate).
  • Chapman, S. (2002). A most unhealthy alliance - grand prix and tobacco firms. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Butt-out strategy a fatal flaw. The Australian.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Huff away, just don't puff. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). It's smokers - better still, those trying to quit - who should benefit. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Lots of huff over Russell's puff. The Australian.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Smoke screen. Sydney Morning Herald & Age (Good Weekend).
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Sucked in by tobacco industry's smoke-and-mirrors act. The Australian.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Through the barrel of a gun, a distorted view of violent crime. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). A tobacco company by any other name smells suspicious. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Charities to be seen but no longer heard? Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Compo ruling sends last of tobacco industry's arguments up in smoke. Canberra Times.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). It pays to have firm links. The Australian.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Let's give smokers all the room they deserve. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Smoking bastions set to crumble. Newcastle Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). The long, winding road to end the carnage. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2000). An ounce of prevention. Good Weekend (Sydney Morning Herald & Age).

Report

  • Sanders, J., Mitchell, J., Mitchell, E., Peick, L., Wyndham, A., Oakes, W., McKenzie, J., Jones, A., Cotter, T., Kia, A., Chapman, S., et al (2005). NSW Tobacco Action Plan 2005-2009: A vision for the future.
  • Chapman, S., Balmain, A. (2004). Reduced ignition propensity cigarettes. A review of policy relevant information.
  • Carter, S., Borland, R., Chapman, S. (2001). Finding the strength to kill your best friend: smokers talk about smoking and quitting.
  • Carter, S., Chapman, S. (2001). Review of A public view of private health insurance by Associate Professor Jane Hall.

Research Reports

  • Clegg-Smith, K., Chapman, S. (2008). The Role of the Media in Promoting and Reducing Tobacco Use | Chapter 9 - How the news media influence tobacco use, 07-6242, (pp. 329 - 356). United States of America: National Cancer Institute.

2014

  • Chapman, S. (2014). Author response. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 38(2), 192-193. [More Information]
  • Wang, F., Zheng, P., Yang, D., Freeman, B., Fu, H., Chapman, S. (2014). Chinese Tobacco Industry Promotional Activity on the Microblog Weibo. PloS One, 9(6), 1-6. [More Information]
  • Webster, J., Dunford, E., Kennington, S., Neal, B., Chapman, S. (2014). Drop the Salt! Assessing the impact of a public health advocacy strategy on Australian government policy on salt. Public Health Nutrition, 17(1), 212-218. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2014). E-cigarettes: does the new emperor of tobacco harm reduction have any clothes? European Journal of Public Health, 24(4), 535-536. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2014). E-cigarettes: the best and the worst case scenarios for public health-an essay by Simon Chapman. BMJ, 349, g5512. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2014). Factoid Forensics: Have "more than 40" Australian families abandoned their homes because of wind farm noise? Noise and Health, 16(71), 208-212. [More Information]
  • Smith, A., Chapman, S. (2014). Quitting smoking unassisted: the 50-year research neglect of a major public health phenomenon. JAMA, 311(2), 137-138. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Haynes, A., Derrick, G., Sturk, H., Hall, W., St George, A. (2014). Reaching “An Audience That You Would Never Dream of Speaking To�?: Influential Public Health Researchers’ Views on the Role of News Media in Influencing Policy and Public Understanding. Journal of Health Communication: international perspectives, 19(2), 260-273. [More Information]
  • Daube, M., Chapman, S. (2014). The Australian's dissembling campaign on tobacco plain packaging. Medical Journal of Australia, 201(4), 191-192.

2013

  • Fogarty, A., Chapman, S. (2013). "Like Throwing a Bowling Ball at a Battle Ship" Audience Responses to Australian News Stories about Alcohol Pricing and Promotion Policies: A Qualitative Focus Group Study. PloS One, 8(6), 1-7. [More Information]
  • Daube, M., Chapman, S. (2013). Cameron's cave-in on plain packaging is a boost to industry. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 346(7908), 1-2. [More Information]
  • Paynter, J., Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2013). Continued debate on "Is censorship of films a useful solution to the problem of covert tobacco advertising?". New Zealand Medical Journal, 126(1377), 85-87. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2013). Could a scheme for licensing smokers work in Australia? Medical Journal of Australia, 199(11), 741-742. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Alpers, P. (2013). Gun-related deaths: how Australia stepped off "the American path". Annals of Internal Medicine, 158(10), 770-771. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., St George, A. (2013). How the factoid of wind turbines causing 'vibroacoustic disease' came to be 'irrefutably demonstrated'. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 37(3), 244-249. [More Information]
  • Paynter, J., Chapman, S. (2013). Is censorship of films a useful solution to the problem of covert tobacco advertising? (with response by Maubach et al). New Zealand Medical Journal, 126(1376), 99-101. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Wakefield, M. (2013). Large-scale unassisted smoking cessation over 50 years: lessons from history for endgame planning in tobacco control. Tobacco Control, 22(Suppl 1), i33-i35. [More Information]
  • Imison, M., Chapman, S. (2013). Media Miracles: The separation of Conjoined Twins, and TV News Health Coverage in Low- and Middle-Income Countries. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 147, 29-39.
  • Licht, A., Hyland, A., Travers, M., Chapman, S. (2013). Secondhand smoke exposure levels in outdoor hospitality venues: a qualitative and quantitative review of the research literature. Tobacco Control, 22(3), 172-179. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2013). Should electronic cigarettes be as freely available as tobacco cigarettes? No. BMJ, 346, f3840. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., St George, A., Waller, K., Cakic, V. (2013). The pattern of complaints about Australian wind farms does not match the establishment and distribution of turbines: support for the psychogenic, 'communicated disease' hypothesis. PloS One, 8(10), 1-11. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., MacKenzie, R. (2013). There's Nothing that Succeeds Like Failure: Discerning the Woods From the Trees in Smoking Cessation Debates. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 15(3), 750-751. [More Information]
  • Hefler, M., Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2013). Tobacco control advocacy in the age of social media: using Facebook, Twitter and Change. Tobacco Control, 22(3), 210-214. [More Information]
  • Fogarty, A., Chapman, S. (2013). What should be done about policy on alcohol pricing and promotions? Australian experts' views of policy priorities: a qualitative interview study. BMC Public Health, 13, 1-10. [More Information]

2012

  • Derrick, G., Hayen, A., Chapman, S., Haynes, A., Webster, B., Anderson, I. (2012). A bibliometric analysis of research on Indigenous health in Australia, 1972-2008. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 36(3), 269-273. [More Information]
  • Fogarty, A., Chapman, S. (2012). Advocates, interest groups and Australian news coverage of alcohol advertising restrictions: content and framing analysis. BMC Public Health, 12(1), 1-12. [More Information]
  • Imison, M., Chapman, S. (2012). Australian journalists' reflections on local coverage of a health-related story from the developing world. Australian Journalism Review, 34(1), 93-107.
  • Fogarty, A., Chapman, S. (2012). Australian television news coverage of alcohol, health and related policies, 2005 to 2010: implications for alcohol policy advocates. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 36(6), 530-536. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Derrick, G. (2012). Bibliographic analysis of papers and authors published in Tobacco Control 1998-September 2011. Tobacco Control, 21(2), 198-201. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., MacKenzie, R. (2012). Can it be ethical to apply limited resources in low-income countries to ineffective, low-reach smoking cessation strategies? A Reply to Bitton and Eyal. Public Health Ethics, 5(1), 29-37. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2012). Does celebrity involvement in public health campaigns deliver long term benefit? Yes. BMJ, 345(7876), 1-2. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2012). Editorial ignored 17 reviews on wind turbines and health. BMJ, 344(7857), 1-1. [More Information]
  • MacKenzie, R., Chapman, S. (2012). Generating news media interest in tobacco control; challenges in an advanced policy environment. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 23(2), 92-96. [More Information]
  • Forsyth, R., Morrell, B., Lipworth, W., Kerridge, I., Jordens, C., Chapman, S. (2012). Health Journalists' Perceptions of Their Professional Roles and Responsibilities for Ensuring the Veracity of Reports of Health Research. Journal of Mass Media Ethics: exploring questions of media morality, 27(2), 130-141. [More Information]
  • Haynes, A., Derrick, G., Redman, S., Hall, W., Gillespie, J., Chapman, S., Sturk, H. (2012). Identifying trustworthy experts: how do policymakers find and assess public health researchers worth consulting or collaborating with? PloS One, 7(3), 1-8. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2012). Legal action by Big Tobacco against the Australian government’s plain packaging law. Tobacco Control, 21(2), 80-81. [More Information]
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2012). Measuring Interactivity on Tobacco Control Websites. Journal of Health Communication: international perspectives, 17(7), 857-865. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2012). Nicotine replacement therapy: evidence from observational studies versus clinical trials. Medical Journal of Australia, 197(1), 28-28. [More Information]
  • Liberman, J., Scollo, M., Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2012). Plain Tobacco Packaging in Australia: The Historical and Social Context. In T Voon, A Mitchell, J Liberman, G Ayres (Eds.), Public Health And Plain Packaging Of Cigarettes: Legal Issues, (pp. 30-47). United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Chapman, S., Morrell, B., Forsyth, R., Kerridge, I., Stewart, C. (2012). Policies and practices on competing interests of academic staff in Australian universities. Medical Journal of Australia, 196(7), 452-456. [More Information]
  • Fernández, E., Chapman, S. (2012). Quitting smoking and gaining weight: the odd couple. BMJ, 345(7868), 1-2. [More Information]
  • Holland, K., Blood, R., Imison, M., Chapman, S., Fogarty, A. (2012). Risk, expert uncertainty and Australian news media: Public and private faces of expert opinion during the 2009 swine flu pandemic. Journal of Risk Research, 15(6), 657-671. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Wakefield, M. (2012). Smoking cessation strategies. BMJ, 344, e1732-e1732. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2012). The Case for a Smoker's License. PLoS Medicine, 9(11), 1-5. [More Information]
  • Gao, J., Chapman, S., Sun, S., Fu, H., Zheng, P. (2012). The growth in newspaper coverage of tobacco control in China, 2000-2010. BMC Public Health, 12(1), 1-8. [More Information]
  • Daube, M., Chapman, S. (2012). The legacy of the tobacco colossus Richard Doll. BMJ, 345, 1-2. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2012). The tobacco industry is terrified of plain packs. BMJ, 344(7847), 1-1. [More Information]
  • Dunlop, S., Cotter, T., Perez, D., Chapman, S. (2012). Tobacco in the news: associations between news coverage, news recall and smoking-related outcomes in a sample of Australian smokers and recent quitters. Health Education Research (online), 27(1), 160-171. [More Information]
  • Daube, M., Chapman, S. (2012). Tobacco plain packaging. Medical Journal of Australia, 197(5), 272-272. [More Information]

2011

  • Fogarty, A., Holland, K., Imison, M., Blood, R., Chapman, S., Holding, S. (2011). Communicating uncertainty - how Australian television reported H1N1 risk in 2009: a content analysis. BMC Public Health, 11(1), 181-1-181-8. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Derrick, G., Haynes, A., Hall, W. (2011). Democratising assessment of researchers' track records: a simple proposal. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(3), 147-148. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Farrelly, M. (2011). Four Arguments against the Adult-Rating of Movies with Smoking Scenes. PLoS Medicine, 8(8), e1001078-e1001080. [More Information]
  • Fogarty, A., Chapman, S. (2011). Framing and the marginalisation of evidence in media reportage of policy debate about alcopops, Australia 2008-2009: Implications for advocacy. Drug and Alcohol Review, 30(6), 569-576. [More Information]
  • Mackenzie, R., Chapman, S., Holding, S. (2011). Framing responsibility: coverage of lung cancer among smokers and non-smokers in Australian television news. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 35(1), 66-70. [More Information]
  • Haynes, A., Derrick, G., Chapman, S., Redman, S., Hall, W., Gillespie, J., Sturk, H. (2011). From "our world" to the "real world": Exploring the views and behaviour of policy-influential Australian public health researchers. Social Science and Medicine, 72(7), 1047-1055. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2011). From brand to bland--the demise of cigarette packaging. BMJ, 343, 1-3. [More Information]
  • Haynes, A., Gillespie, J., Derrick, G., Hall, W., Redman, S., Chapman, S., Sturk, H. (2011). Galvanisers, Guides, Champions and Shields: The Many Ways that Policymakers Use Public Health Researchers. The Milbank Quarterly, 89(4), 564-598. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2011). Gun control. Australian and US gun deaths compared. BMJ (online), 342, d1005-d1005. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2011). Health and philanthropy-the tobacco connection. The Lancet, 377(9759), 11-13. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2011). Lessons for the UK in how the Australians have reduced smoking. BMJ (online), 343, 1-1. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2011). Personal view. Should the spectacle of surgery be sold to the highest bidder? BMJ (online), 342, d237-d237. [More Information]
  • Mackenzie, R., Chapman, S. (2011). Pig's blood in cigarette filters: how a single news release highlighted tobacco industry concealment of cigarette ingredients. Tobacco Control, 20(2), 169-172. [More Information]
  • Bonfiglioli, C., Smith, B., King, L., Chapman, S., Holding, S., Bauman, A. (2011). Risky exercise - is physical activity losing the news race? Australian Journalism Review, 33(1), 73-84.
  • Chapman, S. (2011). Tar wars over smoking cessation. BMJ, 343(7819), d5008-1-d5008-3. [More Information]
  • Derrick, G., Haynes, A., Chapman, S., Hall, W. (2011). The Association between Four Citation Metrics and Peer Rankings of Research Influence of Australian Researchers in Six Fields of Public Health. PloS One, 6(4), e18521 - 1-e18521 - 6. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2011). Why the tobacco industry fears plain packaging. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(5), 255-255. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2011). Wind farms and health: who is fomenting community anxieties? Medical Journal of Australia, 195(9), 495-495. [More Information]
  • Zheng, P., Li, W., Chapman, S., Zhang, Z., Gao, J., Fu, H. (2011). Workplace Exposure to Secondhand Smoke and its Association with Respiratory Symptoms: A Cross-Sectional Study among Workers in Shanghai. Tobacco Control, 20(1), 58-63. [More Information]
  • Gao, J., Zheng, P., Gao, J., Chapman, S., Fu, H. (2011). Workplace smoking policies and their association with male employees' smoking behaviours: a cross-sectional survey in one company in China. Tobacco Control, 20(2), 131-136. [More Information]

2010

  • Leask, J., Chapman, S., Cooper, S. (2010). "All manner of ills": The features of serious diseases attributed to vaccination. Vaccine, 28(17), 3066-70. [More Information]
  • Mackenzie, R., Chapman, S., Holding, S., Stiven, A. (2010). "No Respecter of Youth": Over-representation of Young Women in Australian Television Coverage of Breast Cancer. Journal of Cancer Education, 25(4), 565-570. [More Information]
  • Imison, M., Chapman, S. (2010). 'Disease, Disaster and Despair'? The Presentation of Health in Low- and Middle-Income Countries on Australian Television. PloS One, 5(11), e14106-1-e14106-5. [More Information]
  • Derrick, G., Sturk, H., Haynes, A., Chapman, S., Hall, W. (2010). A cautionary bibliometric tale of two cities. Scientometrics, 8(2), 317-320.
  • Chapman, S. (2010). BATs tax figures do not add up. Tobacco Control, 19(2), 92-93.
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2010). British American Tobacco on Facebook: undermining article 13 of the global World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. Tobacco Control, 19(3), e1-e9. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2010). Competing interests. The odium of industry engagement. BMJ (online), 341, c3575. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2010). Firearm deaths in Australia after law reform. Medicine, Science and the Law, 50(1). [More Information]
  • Freeman, B., Gartner, C., Hall, W., Chapman, S. (2010). Forecasting future tobacco control policy: where to next? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 34(5), 447-450. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Barratt, A. (2010). Has PSA testing truly been a public health disaster"?". Medical Journal of Australia. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2010). Influencing politicians to implement comprehensive tobacco control: the power of news media. In P Boyle, N Gray, J Henningfield, J Seffrin & W Zatonski (Eds.), Tobacco: Science, policy, and public health, (pp. 691-696). Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Chapman, S., Barratt, A., Stockler, M. (2010). Let sleeping dogs lie What men should know before getting tested for prostate cancer. Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Butler, R., Chapman, S., Thomas, D., Torzillo, P. (2010). Low Daily Smoking Estimates Derived from Sales Monitored Tobacco Use in Six Remote Predominantly Aboriginal Communities. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 34(S1), S71-S75. [More Information]
  • Hinchcliff, R., Chapman, S., Ivers, R., Senserrick, T., Du, W. (2010). Media framing of graduated licensing policy debates. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 42(4), 1283-1287. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Mackenzie, R. (2010). Misrepresentation in stapleton's commentary. Addiction, 105(11), 2031-2032. [More Information]
  • Henson, C., Chapman, S., McLeod, L., Johnson, N., Hickie, I. (2010). Room for improvement: mixed portrayal of young people with mental illness on Australian television news. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 44(3), 267-272. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2010). The cancer emperor's new clothes. BMJ, 340(2010, c2436), 1035-1035. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2010). The cancer emperor's new clothes: Australia's historic legislation for plain tobacco packaging. BMJ (online), 340, c2436. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Mackenzie, R. (2010). The global research neglect of unassisted smoking cessation: causes and consequences. PLoS Medicine, 7(2), e1000216-1-e1000216-6. [More Information]
  • Gartner, C., Chapman, S., Hall, W., Wakefield, M. (2010). Why we need tobacco sales data for good tobacco control. Medical Journal of Australia, 192(1), 3-4. [More Information]

2009

  • Mackenzie, R., Chapman, S., McGeechan, K., Holding, S. (2009). 'A disease many people still feel uncomfortable talking about': Australian television coverage of colorectal cancer. Psycho-Oncology: journal of the psychological, social and behavioral dimensions of cancer, Published Online DOI: 10.1002/pon.1567, 1-6. [More Information]
  • Sweet, M., Chapman, S., Moynihan, R., Green, J. (2009). CHAMP: a novel collaboration between public health and the media. Medical Journal of Australia, 190(4), 206-207. [More Information]
  • McLeod, K., Wakefield, M., Chapman, S., Smith, K., Durkin, S. (2009). Changes in the news representation of smokers and tobacco-related media advocacy from 1995 to 2005 in Australia. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 63(3), 215-220. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Ragg, M., McGeechan, K. (2009). Citation bias in reported smoking prevalence in people with schizophrenia. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 43, 277-282. [More Information]
  • Clements, M., Wakefield, M., Chapman, S. (2009). Impact of Australian celebrity diagnoses on prostate cancer screening. Medical Journal of Australia, 191(10), 574-575. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2009). Japanese street smoking bans: a Japan Tobacco foil to prevent clean indoor air policy? Tobacco Control, 18(5), 419. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2009). Mental health and smoking redux. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 43(6), 579-580. [More Information]
  • Henson, C., Chapman, S., McLeod, L., Johnson, N., McGeechan, K., Hickie, I. (2009). More us than them: positive depictions of mental illness on Australian television news. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 43, 554-560. [More Information]
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2009). Open source marketing: Camel cigarette brand marketing in the "Web 2.0" world. Tobacco Control, 18(3), 212-217. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2009). Regulating the tobacco retail environment: Beyond reducing sales to minors. Tobacco Control, 18(6), 496-501. [More Information]
  • Mackenzie, R., Johnson, N., Chapman, S., Holding, S. (2009). Smoking-related disease on Australian television news: inaccurate portrayals may contribute to public misconceptions. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 33(2), 144-146. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Holding, S., Ellerm, J., Heenan, R., Fogarty, A., Imison, M., Mackenzie, R., McGeechan, K. (2009). The content and structure of Australian television reportage on health and medicine, 2005-2009: parameters to guide health workers. Medical Journal of Australia, 191(11-12), 620-624. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2009). The inverse impact law of smoking cessation. The Lancet, 373(9665), 701-703. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2009). Why has smoking in Australian youth never been lower? In Bennet, D; Towns, S; Elliot, E; Merrick, J. (Eds.), Challenges in Adolescent Health: An Australian Perspective, (pp. 153-161). United States: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Chapman, S. (2009). With youth smoking at historical lows, how influential is movie smoking on uptake? Addiction, 104(5), 824-5; discussion 825-7. [More Information]

2008

  • Tong, A., Chapman, S., Sainsbury, P., Craig, J. (2008). An Analysis of Media Coverage on the Prevention and Early Detection of CKD in Australia. American Journal of Kidney Diseases, 52(1), 159-170. [More Information]
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S., Storey, P. (2008). Banning smoking in cars carrying children: an analytical history of a public health advocacy campaign. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 32(1), 60-65. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Hayen, A. (2008). Declines in Australian suicide: A reanalysis of Mcphedran and Baker (2008). Health Policy, 88(1), 152-154. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2008). Global perspective on tobacco control. Part II. The future of tobacco control: making smoking history? International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 12(1), 8-12. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2008). Going too far? Exploring the limits of smoking regulations. William Mitchell Law Review, 34(4), 1605-1620.
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2008). Gone viral? Heard the buzz? A guide for public health practitioners and researchers on how Web 2.0 can subvert advertising restrictions and spread health information. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 62(9), 778-782. [More Information]
  • Wakefield, M., Durkin, S., Spittal, M., Siahpush, M., Scollo, M., Chapman, S., Simpson, J., White, V., Hill, D. (2008). Impact of tobacco control policies and mass media campaigns on monthly adult smoking prevalence. American Journal of Public Health, 98(8), 1443-1450. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2008). Introduction. In Scollo M; Winstanley M (Eds.), Tobacco in Australia: Facts & IssuesA comprehensive online resource, (pp. xi-xx). Australia: Cancer Council Victoria.
  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2008). Markers of the denormalisation of smoking and the tobacco industry. Tobacco Control, 17(2), 25-31. [More Information]
  • Mackenzie, R., Chapman, S., Salkeld, G., Holding, S. (2008). Media influence on Herceptin subsidization in Australia: application of the rule of rescue. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 101(6), 305-312. [More Information]
  • Mackenzie, R., Imison, M., Chapman, S., Holding, S. (2008). Mixed messages and a missed opportunity: Australian news media coverage of Clare Oliver's campaign against solaria. Medical Journal of Australia, 189(7), 371-374. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2008). Repealing Australia's ban on smokeless tobacco? Hasten slowly. Medical Journal of Australia, 188(1), 47-49. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2008). Should smoking in outside public spaces be banned? No. BMJ (online), 337, a2804. [More Information]
  • Scollo, M., Wakefield, M., Sullivan, D., Roberts, L., Purcell, K., Larkin, S., Connors, C., Chapman, S., Briggs, V., Daube, M. (2008). Technical Report No.2 Tobacco Control in Australia: Making Smoking History. Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia.
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S., Rimmer, M. (2008). The case for the plain packaging of tobacco products. Addiction, 103(4), 580-590. [More Information]
  • Assunta, M., Chapman, S. (2008). The lightest market in the world: Light and mild cigarettes in Japan. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 10(5), 803-810. [More Information]
  • Mackenzie, R., Chapman, S., Johnson, N., McGeechan, K., Holding, S. (2008). The newsworthiness of cancer in Australian television news. Medical Journal of Australia, 189(3), 155-158. [More Information]
  • Clegg-Smith, K., Chapman, S. (2008). The Role of the Media in Promoting and Reducing Tobacco Use | Chapter 9 - How the news media influence tobacco use, 07-6242, (pp. 329 - 356). United States of America: National Cancer Institute.
  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2008). Tobacco advertising and promotion. In Scollo M; Winstanley M (Eds.), Tobacco in Australia: Facts & IssuesA comprehensive online resource, (pp. 1-48). Australia: Cancer Council Victoria.
  • Chapman, S. (2008). What should be done about smoking in movies? Tobacco Control, 17(6), 363-367. [More Information]

2007

  • Mackenzie, R., Chapman, S., Holding, S., McGeechan, K. (2007). 'A matter of faith, not science': analysis of media coverage of prostate cancer screening in Australian news media 2003-2006. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 100(11), 513-521. [More Information]
  • Hooker, C., Chapman, S. (2007). 'Our youth must be protected from drug abuse': talking tobacco control in the New South Wales Parliament from the 1960s to the twenty-first century. Health and History, 9(1), 106-128.
  • Li, M., Chapman, S., Agho, K., Eastman, C. (2007). Can even minimal news coverage influence consumer health related behaviour? A case study of iodised salt sales, Australia. Health Education Research, 23(3), 543-548. [More Information]
  • Bonfiglioli, C., Smith, B., King, L., Chapman, S., Holding, S. (2007). Choice and voice: obesity debates in television news. Medical Journal of Australia, 187(8), 442-445. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2007). Entering our 16th year. Tobacco Control, 16(1), 1-1. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2007). Evidence, ethics, hubris and the future of second-hand smoke policy. Tobacco Control, 16, 73-74. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2007). Falling prevalence of smoking: how low can we go? Tobacco Control, 16, 145-147. [More Information]
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2007). Is "YouTube" telling or selling you something? Tobacco content on the YouTube video-sharing website. Tobacco Control, 16(3), 207-210. [More Information]
  • MacKenzie, R., Chapman, S. (2007). Medicine and the media - Fainting schoolgirls wipe $A1bn off market value of Gardasil firm. British Medical Journal, 334, 1195-1195.
  • Bonfiglioli, C., King, L., Smith, B., Chapman, S., Holding, S. (2007). Obesity in the media: political hot potato or human interest story? Australian Journalism Review, 29(1), 53-61.
  • Chapman, S., Nguyen, T., White, C. (2007). Press-released papers are more downloaded and cited. Tobacco Control, 16, 71-71. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2007). Public health advocacy and tobacco control: making smoking history. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Chapman, S. (2007). Risks of smoking: all done and dusted. BMJ (online), 334, s16. [More Information]
  • Gartner, C., Hall, W., Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2007). Should the Health Community Promote Smokeless Tobacco (Snus) as a Harm Reduction Measure? PLoS Medicine, 4(7), 1138-1141.
  • Chapman, S. (2007). Should the health community promote smokeless tobacco (Snus): Author's reply. PLoS Medicine, 4(10), 1704-1705. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., MacKenzie, R. (2007). The Australian Health News Research Collaboration. Medical Journal of Australia, 186, 326-326.
  • Chapman, S. (2007). The blood money tradition continues. British Journal of Ophthalmology, 91(12), 1578. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2007). The future of smoke-free legislation. BMJ (online), 335(7619), 521-2. [More Information]
  • Mackenzie, R., Chapman, S., Barratt, A., Holding, S. (2007). The news is [not] all good: misrepresentations and inaccuracies in Australian news media reports on prostate cancer screening. Medical Journal of Australia, 187(9), 507-510. [More Information]
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2007). Tobacco promotion invades new media. Lancet Oncology, 8(11), 973-974.

2006

  • Chapman, S., Alpers, P., Agho, K., Jones, M. (2006). Australia's 1996 gun law reforms: faster falls in firearm deaths, firearm suicides, and a decade without mass shootings. Injury Prevention, 12(6), 365-372. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2006). BAT should but out of smoking reforms. Canberra Times.
  • Chapman, S. (2006). Butt clean up campaigns: Wolves in sheep's clothing? Tobacco Control, 15(4), 273-273. [More Information]
  • Bonfiglioli, C., Smith, B., Chapman, S., King, L. (2006). Choice and voice - obesity debates in Australian television news. Obesity Reviews, 7(Suppl. 2), 74-75.
  • Hooker, C., Chapman, S. (2006). Deliberately personal: Tobacco control debates and deliberative democracy in New South Wales. Critical Public Health, 16(1), 35-46.
  • Chiang, P., Chapman, S. (2006). Do pharmacy staff recommend evidenced-based smoking cessation products? A pseudo patron study. Journal Of Clinical Pharmacy And Therapeutics, 31(3), 205-209. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2006). Erectile dysfunction and smoking: subverting tobacco industry images of masculine potency. Tobacco Control, 15(2), 73-74.
  • Chapman, S. (2006). Erectile dysfunction and smoking: subverting tobacco industry images of masculine potency. Tobacco Control, 15(2), 73-74.
  • Assunta, M., Chapman, S. (2006). Health treaty dilution: a case study of Japan's influence on the language of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 60(9), 751-756. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2006). How can an ethics index give a tobacco giant top billing? Crikey.
  • Chapman, S. (2006). Influencing governments via media advocacy. In Pencheon, D.,Guest, C., Melzer, D.,Gray,M. (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Public Health Practice, Second Edition, (pp. 348-353). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Chapman, S. (2006). Is Ruddock keeping the home fires burning? Crikey.
  • Bryan-Jones, K., Chapman, S. (2006). Political dynamics promoting the incremental regulation of secondhand smoke: a case study of New South Wales, Australia. BMC Public Health, 6, 192-192. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2006). Regulating the global vector for lung cancer. The Lancet, 367(9512), 706-708. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Chapman, S. (2006). Smokers and non-smokers talk about regulatory options in tobacco control. Tobacco Control, 15(5), 398-404. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Chiang, P. (2006). Smoking cessation - Response from authors. Journal Of Clinical Pharmacy And Therapeutics, 31(3), 297-298.
  • Hooker, C., Chapman, S. (2006). Structural elements in achieving legislative tobacco control in NSW, 1955-95: political reflections and implications. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 30(1), 10-15. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S., Alpers, P. (2006). Tight gun controls the most powerful weapon. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Leask, J., Chapman, S., Hawe, P., Burgess, M. (2006). What maintains parental support for vaccination when challenged by anti-vaccination messages? A qualitative study. Vaccine, 24(49-50), 7238-7245. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2006). Will the ACCC send British American Tobacco's packaging packing. Crikey.

2005

  • Blows, S., Ivers, R., Chapman, S. (2005). "Banned from the streets I have paid to use": an analysis of Australian print media coverage of proposals for passenger and night driving restrictions for young drivers. Injury Prevention, 11(5), 304-308. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2005). A symphony of giving but the trumpet blowing's a bit overdone. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Australia: games with a model ad ban. Tobacco Control, 14(5), 297-298.
  • Sachdev, P., Chapman, S. (2005). Availability of smokeless tobacco products in south Asian grocery shops, Sydney 2004. Medical Journal of Australia, 183(6), 334-334.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Book review: Hope or hype. The obsession with medical advances and the high cost of false promises. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 115(11), 2960-2961.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Book review: Tobacco: Science, policy and public health. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 330(7497), 970-971.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Business sector shuns tobacco companies. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 331(7529), 1414-1415.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Cigarette pack warning: it can send you blind!. The British Journal of Ophthalmology, 89(10), 1386-1387.
  • Chapman, S., Liberman, J. (2005). Ensuring smokers are adequately informed: reflections on consumer rights, manufacturer responsibilities, and policy implications. Tobacco Control, 14(Supplement 2), ii8-ii13. [More Information]
  • Garne, D., Watson, M., Chapman, S., Byrne, F. (2005). Environmental tobacco smoke research published in the journal Indoor and Built Environment and associations with the tobacco industry. The Lancet, 365(9461), 804-809. [More Information]
  • Champion, D., Chapman, S. (2005). Framing pub smoking bans: an analysis of Australian print news media coverage, March 1996-March 2003. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 59(8), 679-684. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Fruit-flavoured cigarettes highlight an industry smokescreen. Canberra Times.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). How big tobacco thumbs its nose at the ACCC. Crikey, Crikey Daily - Tuesday, 23 August.
  • Chapman, S., McLeod, K., Wakefield, M., Holding, S. (2005). Impact of news of celebrity illness on breast cancer screening: Kylie Minogue's breast cancer diagnosis. Medical Journal of Australia, 183(5), 247-250. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Kicking the habit. newmatilda.com.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Light cigarettes - deadly despite the name. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Matter of smoke and hire. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Never say die? The longest life might not be the best life. Medical Journal of Australia, 183, 622-4. [More Information]
  • Vagg, R., Chapman, S. (2005). Nicotine analogues: a review of tobacco industry research interests. Addiction, 100(5), 701-712. [More Information]
  • Sanders, J., Mitchell, J., Mitchell, E., Peick, L., Wyndham, A., Oakes, W., McKenzie, J., Jones, A., Cotter, T., Kia, A., Chapman, S., et al (2005). NSW Tobacco Action Plan 2005-2009: A vision for the future.
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Pub smoking in Australia: 20 years of fiddling and burning Part 1. Online Opinion (Australia's e-journal of social and politicial debate).
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Pub smoking in Australia: The pubs fight back - all foam, no beer Part 2. Online Opinion (Australia's e-journal of social and political debate).
  • Chapman, S. (2005). Research from tobacco industry affiliated authors: need for particular vigilance. Tobacco Control, 14(4), 217-219.
  • Gunasekera, H., Chapman, S., Campbell, S. (2005). Sex and drugs in popular movies: an analysis of the top 200 films. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 98(10), 464-470. [More Information]
  • Nguyen, T., Chapman, S. (2005). The fate of papers rejected from Tobacco Control. Tobacco Control, 14(5), 293.
  • Byrne, F., Chapman, S. (2005). The most cited authors and papers in tobacco control. Tobacco Control, 14(3), 155-160. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2005). The most important and influential papers in tobacco control: results of an online poll. Tobacco Control, 14(5), e1. [More Information]
  • Chapman, S. (2005). The smoker-free workplace: the case against. Tobacco Control, 14(2), 144.

2004

  • Chapman, S., Knight, J. (2004). "A Phony Way To Show Sincerity, As We All Well Know": Tobacco Industry Lobbying Against Tobacco Control In Hong Kong. Tobacco Control, 13 Suppl 2(Dec), ii13-ii21.
  • Chapman, S., Knight, J. (2004). "Asia Is Now The Priority Target For The World Anti-Tobacco Movement": Attempts By The Tobacco Industry To Undermine The Asian Anti-Smoking Movement. Tobacco Control, 13(Suppl 2), ii30-ii36.
  • Chapman, S., Knight, J. (2004). "Asian Yuppies..Are Always Looking For Something New And Different": Creating A Tobacco Culture Among Young Asians. Tobacco Control, 13(Suppl 2), ii22-ii29.
  • Oakes, W., Chapman, S., Ron, B., James, B., Trotter, L. (2004). "Bulletproof Skeptics In Life's Jungle": Which Self-Exempting Beliefs About Smoking Most Predict Lack Of Progression Towards Quitting? Preventive Medicine, 39(4), 776-782.
  • Chapman, S., Assunta, M., Knight, J., Fields, N. (2004). "Care And Feeding": The Asian Environmental Tobacco Smoke Consultants Programme. Tobacco Control, 13(Suppl 2), ii4-ii12.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). "Half pregnant" occupational health policy on environmental tobacco smoke. Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 61, 383-384.
  • Chapman, S., Assunta, M. (2004). "The World's Most Hostile Environment": How The Tobacco Industry Circumvented Singapore's Advertising Ban. Tobacco Control, 13(Suppl 2), ii51-ii57.
  • Assunta, M., Chapman, S. (2004). A "Clean Cigarette" For A Clean Nation: A Case Study Of Salem Pianissimo In Japan. Tobacco Control, 13(Supplement 2), ii58-ii62.
  • Assunta, M., Chapman, S. (2004). A Mire Of Highly Subjective And Ineffective Voluntary Guidelines: Tobacco Industry Efforts To Thwart Tobacco Control In Malaysia. Tobacco Control, 13(Supplement 2), ii43-ii50.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Adam Burgess, Cellular Phones, Public Fears, and a Culture of Precaution (review). New Media and Society, 6(6), 835-837.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Cool as can be, until deadly reality behind the myths is revealed. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Corporate responsibility is fast becoming a smokefree zone. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S., Ooi, E. (2004). Does the reporting of cancer research create hope for patients or hype? Online Opinion.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Fiddling as lungs burn. Hobart Mercury.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Gone in a puff of smoke. Australian Financial Review.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Half full or half empty? Tobacco control in Australia in 2004. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 28(4), 309-311.
  • Chapman, S., Assunta, M. (2004). Industry Sponsored Youth Smoking Prevention Programme In Malaysia: A Case Study In Duplicity. Tobacco Control, 13(Suppl 2), ii37-ii42.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Jim Bacon - another victim of the sexed up tobacco industry. Online Opinion (Australia's e-journal of social and political debate).
  • Chapman, S., Leask, J., Ackermann, D. (2004). Media Coverage Of Anthrax Vaccination Refusal By Australian Defence Force Personnel. Vaccine, 23(3), 411-417.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Public Health Advocacy. In Rob Moodie & Alana Hulme (Eds.), Hands-on Health Promotion, (pp. 52-67). Melbourne: IP Communications.
  • Chapman, S., Balmain, A. (2004). Reduced ignition propensity cigarettes. A review of policy relevant information.
  • Chapman, S., Wakefield, M., Durkin, S. (2004). Smoking Status Of 132,176 People Advertising On A Dating Website. Are Smokers More "Desperate And Dateless"? Medical Journal of Australia, 181(11-12), 672-674.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Take heed of Bacon's warning. The Australian.
  • Chapman, S., Alechnowicz, K. (2004). The Philippine Tobacco Industry: "The Strongest Tobacco Lobby In Asia". Tobacco Control, 13(Suppl 2), ii71-ii78.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). The smoke-free public relations industry says 'no' to tobacco. Online Opinion (Australia's e-journal of social and political debate).
  • Chapman, S., Assunta, M. (2004). The Tobacco Industry'S Accounts Of Refining Indirect Tobacco Advertising In Malaysia. Tobacco Control, 13(Suppl 2), ii63-ii70.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). There are worse fates than death. We should focus research on quality of life. Online Opinion (Australia's e-journal of social and political debate).
  • Chapman, S., Balmain, A. (2004). Time to legislate for fire-safe cigarettes in Australia. Medical Journal of Australia, 181(6), 292-293.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Tobacco control in Australia: victims of our past success? NSW Public Health Bulletin, 15(5-6), 85-87.
  • Szilágyi, T., Chapman, S. (2004). Tobacco Industry Efforts To Erode Tobacco Advertising Controls In Hungary. Central European Journal of Public Health, 12(4), 190-196.
  • Chapman, S. (2004). Why we must stamp on the burning butt. Sydney Morning Herald.

2003

  • Chapman, S., Carter, S., Peters, M. (2003). "A deep fragrance of academia": the Australian Tobacco Research Foundation. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 38-44.
  • Chapman, S., Byrne, F., Carter, S. (2003). "Australia is one of the darkest markets in the world": the global importance of Australian tobacco control. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), iii1-iii3.
  • Chapman, S., Carter, S. (2003). "Avoid health warnings on all tobacco products for just as long as we can": a history of Australian tobacco industry efforts to avoid, delay and dilute health warnings on cigarettes. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), iii13-iii22.
  • Chapman, S., Penman, A. (2003). "Can't stop the boy": Philip Morris' use of Healthy Buildings International to prevent workplace smoking bans in Australia. Tobacco Control, 12, 107-112.
  • Trotter, L., Chapman, S. (2003). "Conclusions about exposure to ETS and health thatwill be unhelpful to us": how the tobacco industry attempted to delay and discredit the 1997 Australian National Health and Medical Research Council report on passive smoking. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 102-106.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). "It is possible he is a kind of nut": how the tobacco industry quietly promoted Dr William Whitby. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 4-6.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). "Keep a low profile": pesticide residue, additives, and freon use in Australian tobacco manufacturing. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 45-53.
  • Ooi, E., Chapman, S. (2003). An analysis of newspaper reports of cancer breakthroughs: hope or hype? Medical Journal of Australia, 179(11), 639-643.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Behind the smokescreen. Australian Dr.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Blinding of reviewers and authors. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 27(3), 358-358.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Can you handle the truth? When an expert is asked their opinion, how honest is too honest? Australian Dr.
  • Fields, N., Chapman, S. (2003). Chasing Ernst L Wynder: 40 years of Philip Morris' efforts to influence a leading scientist. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 57(8), 571-578.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Cigarette companies buying credibility. Crikey.com.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Do as I say, not as I do: how famous faces muddle the message on cancer. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Folklore to epidemiology. Australian Dr.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Fresh row over prostate screening. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 326(7389), 605-605.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Harm reduction. Tobacco Control, 12(4), 341-341.
  • Szilaagyi, T., Chapman, S. (2003). Hungry for Hungary: examples of tobacco industry's expansionism. Central European Journal of Public Health, 11(1), 38-43.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Other people’s smoke: what’s in a name? Tobacco Control, 12(2), 113-114.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Prostate of confusion. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Reducing tobacco consumption. NSW Public Health Bulletin, 14(3), 46-48.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Senate vote clears the air. Australian.
  • Carter, S., Chapman, S. (2003). Smoking, disease, and obdurate denial: the Australian tobacco industry in the 1980s. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 23-30.
  • Tofler, A., Chapman, S. (2003). Some convincing arguments to pass back to nervous customers": the role of the tobacco retailer in the Australian tobacco industry's smoker reassurance campaign. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 7-12.
  • King, W., Carter, S., Borland, R., Chapman, S., Gray, N. (2003). The Australian tar derby: the origins and fate of a low tar reduction programme. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 61-71.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). The battle against cancer needs more than a Sartorian fix. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). The decline in gun deaths. NSW Public Health Bulletin, 14(3), 48-50.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Tidings of comfort and joy: public health. Good Weekend (Sydney Morning Herald).
  • Durrant, R., Wakefield, M., McLeod, K., Clegg-Smith, K., Chapman, S. (2003). Tobacco in the news: an analysis of newspaper coverage of tobacco issues in Australia, 2001. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 2), ii75-ii81.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). We are anxious to remain anonymous": the use of third party scientific and medical consultants by the Australian tobacco industry, 1969 to 1979. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 31-37.
  • Chapman, S. (2003). Why cancer prevention is never as sexy as raising funds in pursuit of a cure. On-line Opinion (Australia's e-journal of social and political debate).

2002

  • Leask, J., Chapman, S. (2002). "The cold hard facts" Immunisation and vaccine preventable diseases in Australia's newsprint media 1993-1998. Social Science and Medicine, 54(3), 445-457.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). A most unhealthy alliance - grand prix and tobacco firms. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Davies, P., Chapman, S., Leask, J. (2002). Anitvaccination activists on the world wide web. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 87(1), 22-25.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Blaming tobacco’s victims. Tobacco Control, 11(3), 167-168.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Butt-out strategy a fatal flaw. The Australian.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Denying nicotine's addiction potential: comments on Frenk and Dar. Addiction, 97(1), 99-100.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Formula One racing and the end of tobacco sponsorship: half pregnant at 350kph? Tobacco Control, 11(2), 87-88.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Geoff Bible’s class. Tobacco Control, 11(4), 289-290.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Huff away, just don't puff. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S., Jamrozik, K. (2002). Is bupropion (Zyban) causing deaths? Medical Journal of Australia, 176(3), 134-134.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). It's smokers - better still, those trying to quit - who should benefit. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Lots of huff over Russell's puff. The Australian.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Public health advocates: political lap dogs or rottweilers? Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 13(3), 250-251.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Smoke screen. Sydney Morning Herald & Age (Good Weekend).
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Sucked in by tobacco industry's smoke-and-mirrors act. The Australian.
  • Shatenstein, S., Chapman, S. (2002). The banality of tobacco deaths. Tobacco Control, 11(1), 1-2.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). The wolf changes its sheepskin. Tobacco Control, 11(1), 9-10.
  • Chapman, S. (2002). Through the barrel of a gun, a distorted view of violent crime. Sydney Morning Herald.

2001

  • Leask, J., Chapman, S. (2001). 'The cold hard facts' immunisation and vaccine preventable disease in Australia's newsprint media 1993-1998. Social Science and Medicine, 54, 445-457.
  • Chapman, S., Dominello, A. (2001). A strategy for increasing news media coverage of tobacco and health in Australia. Health Promotion International, 16(2), 137-143.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). A tobacco company by any other name smells suspicious. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Advocacy in public health: roles and challenges. International Journal of Epidemiology, 30, 1226-1232.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Charities to be seen but no longer heard? Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Compo ruling sends last of tobacco industry's arguments up in smoke. Canberra Times.
  • Carter, S., Borland, R., Chapman, S. (2001). Finding the strength to kill your best friend: smokers talk about smoking and quitting.
  • Leask, J., Hawe, H., Chapman, S. (2001). Focus group composition: a comparison between natural and constructed groups. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 25, 152-154.
  • Chapman, S., Borland, R., Lal,, A. (2001). Has the ban on smoking in New South Wales restaurants worked? A comparison of restaurants in Sydney and Melbourne. Medical Journal of Australia, 174, 512-515.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). It pays to have firm links. The Australian.
  • Carter, S., Chapman, S. (2001). John's $12 tonic: Press coverage of the government's selling of a private health insurance rebate. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 25, 265-271.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Let's give smokers all the room they deserve. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Media milking of sacred cows: a heart stopping tale. Medical Journal of Australia, 175, 629-630.
  • Shea, R., Chapman, S. (2001). Media reports of rural health and safety: A review of articles published in The Land newspaper. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 9, 206-208.
  • Chapman, S., Leask, J. (2001). Paid celebrity endorsement in health promotion: a case study from Australia. Health Promotion International, 16, 333-338.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Reply to Ezzy 2: Storm in a qualitative teacup? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 25, 470.
  • Carter, S., Chapman, S. (2001). Review of A public view of private health insurance by Associate Professor Jane Hall.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Smoking bastions set to crumble. Newcastle Herald.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Ten years and (body) counting …. Tobacco Control, 10, 297-298.
  • Chapman, S., Shatenstein, S. (2001). The ethics of the cash register: taking tobacco research dollars. Tobacco Control, 10, 1-2.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). The long, winding road to end the carnage. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Haas, M., Chapman, S., Viney, R., Hall, J., Ferguson, A. (2001). The news on health care funding: a study of reporting in the Australian print media for 1996. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy, 6(2), 78-84.
  • Chapman, S., Wakefield, M. (2001). Tobacco control advocacy in Australia: Reflections on 30 years of progress. Health Education and Behavior, 28 (3), 274-289.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Tobacco giant's anti-smoking course flops. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 323(7323), 1206-1206.
  • Drope, J., Chapman, S. (2001). Tobacco industry efforts at discrediting scientific knowledge of environmental tobacco smoke: a review of internal industry documents. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 55(8), 588-594.
  • Chapman, S. (2001). Using media advocacy to shape policy. In Pencheon D, Guest C, Melzer D, Muir-Gray (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Public Health Practice, (pp. 162-166). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

2000

  • Chapman, S. (2000). An ounce of prevention. Good Weekend (Sydney Morning Herald & Age).
  • Chapman, S. (2000). Das kleine Einmaleins des Medienlobbyismus. (The little one-times-one table of media lobbying). In Dietmar Jazbinsek (Eds.), Gesundheits-kommunikation, (pp. 298-318). Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag.

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