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Ramstedt, Mats and Sundin, Erica and Synnøve Moan3, Inger and Storvoll, Elisabet E and Olea Lund, Ingunn and Bloomfield, Kim and Hope, Ann and Kristjánsson, Sveinbjörn and Tigerstedt, Christoffer (2015) Harm experienced from the heavy drinking of family and friends in the general population: a comparative study of six northern European countries. Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment , 9 , ((S2)) , pp. 107-118.

Ter Bogt, Tom F M and de Looze, Margreet and Molcho, Michal and Godeau, Emmanuelle and Hublet, Anne and Kokkevi, Anna and Kuntsche, Emmanuel and Nic Gabhainn, Saoirse and Franelic, Iva Pejnovic and Simons-Morton, Bruce and Sznitman, Sharon and Vieno, Alessio and Vollebergh, W and Pickett, William (2014) Do societal wealth, family affluence and gender account for trends in adolescent cannabis use? A 30 country cross-national study. Addiction , 109 , (2) , pp. 273-283.

Ambreen Taj, Anita and Keenan, Eamon and Casey, Patricia (2008) Childhood adversity and substance misuse. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine , 25 , (1) , pp. 29-30.

News

[Independent.ie] , Casey, Patricia Why married life can help cut risk of alcohol misuse. (04 Oct 2016)

Report

Redmond, Sean and Naughton, Catherine (2017) National prevalence study. Do the findings from the Greentown study of children’s involvement in criminal networks (2015) extend beyond Greentown? Interim report. Limerick: School of Law, University of Limerick.

Economic and Social Research Institute. (2017) Growing up in Ireland: infant cohort at 7/8 years. Dublin: ESRI; Trinity College Dublin; and Department of Youth and Community Affairs.

Cork Simon Community. (2017) ACEs at Cork Simon: exploring the connection between early trauma and later negative life events among Cork Simon service users. Cork Simon Community.

Watson, Dorothy and Maitre, Bertrand and Whelan, Christopher T and Williams, James (2014) Dynamics of child economic vulnerability and socio-emotional development: an analysis of the first two waves of the growing up in Ireland study. Dublin: Department of Children and Youth Affairs.

Swords, Lorraine and Merriman, Brian and O’Donnell, Michelle (2013) Family wellbeing on a limited income: a study of families living at risk of poverty in Ireland. Dublin: Family Support Agency.

Economic and Social Research Institute, Trinity College Dublin. (2012) Growing up in Ireland. Key findings: 13-year-olds. No. 3. The family and financial circumstances of 13-year-olds. Dublin: Department of Children and Youth Affairs.

Coen, Liam and Canavan, John and Brennan, Mark (2012) Mol an Óige/Family Preservation: final evaluation report. Galway: UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, NUI, Galway; HSE West (Mayo and Roscommon) Child and Family Services.

Copello, Alex and Templeton, Lorna (2012) The forgotten carers: Support for adult family members affected by a relative’s drug problems. London: UK Drug Policy Commission.

Nixon, Elizabeth (2012) Growing up in Ireland National Longitudinal Study of Children. How families matter for social and emotional outcomes of 9-year-old children. Dublin: Government Publications.

Peyton, Lynne (2012) A review of practice and audit of the management of cases of neglect. Report on the findings of the pilot phase of the National Audit of Neglect. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

Cleary, Anne and Fitzgerald, Michael and Nixon, Elizabeth (2004) From child to adult: a longitudinal study of Irish children and their families. Dublin: University College Dublin.

O'Brien, Justin and Waldron, Anne-Marie and Tobin, Genevieve and McQuaid, Paul and Perot, Siobhan and Pigott-Glynn, Liz and Houghton, Frank (2000) The mental and physical health and well-being of homeless families in Dublin: a pilot study. A report by Focus Ireland, the Mater Hospital and the Northern Area Health Board. Dublin: Focus Ireland.

Evidence resource

Department for Communities and Local Government. (2012) Working with troubled families. A guide to the evidence and good practice. London: Department for Communities and Local Government.

Adfam. (2010) Including diverse families: good practice guidelines. London: Adfam. 39 p.

Galvani, Sarah [Adfam] . (2010) Supporting families affected by substance use and domestic violence. London: Adfam, University of Bedfordshire and Stella Project. 75 p.

Macdonald, Geraldine and Turner, William [The Cochrane Library] . (2008) Treatment Foster Care for improving outcomes in children and young people. London: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (1) Art. No.: CD005649. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD005649.pub

Dail Debates

[Oireachtas] Joint Oireachtas Committee on Health and Children- babies born to mothers with substance abuse issues: discussion. (24 Sep 2015)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Child and Family Agency Bill 2013: Second Stage (Continued). (17 Jul 2013)

Book

The Katherine Howard Foundation. Cleary, Anne and Corbett, Maria and Galvin, Miriam and Wall, Joy (2004) Young men on the margins. Katherine Howard Foundation publication series No. 2 Dublin: Katherine Howard Foundation .

Neale, Joanne (2003) Drug users in society. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan .

O'Mahony, Paul (1997) Mountjoy prisoners: A sociological and criminological profile. Dublin: Stationery Office .

O'Mahony, Paul (1993) Crime and punishment in Ireland. Dublin: Round Hall Sweet & Maxwell .

Thesis

McGarr, Jennifer (2010) Early school leaving: an exploration of the factors contributing to school non-completion. Masters thesis, Dublin Institute of Technology.

Teaching Resource

Fischer, JL and Spann, L and Crawford, D (1991) The Spann-Fischer Codependency Scale (SF CDS). Outcomes measurement tool: relationships – co-dependency.

Epstein, Nathan B and Baldwin, Lauraence M and Bishop, Duane S (1983) Family functioning. Outcomes measurement tool: relationships – family relationships.

Bonding to parents and family. Outcomes measurement tool: relationships – family relationships.

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