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(2012) Health in Ireland: key trends 2012. Department of Health, Dublin.
(2012) Survey on income and living conditions (SILC). Thematic report on children 2004-2010. Stationery Office, Dublin.
Rintoul, Chris and McMacken, Grainne and Devine, Sinead and Patterson, Stephen (2012) Nutrition for substance users – a step by step workbook for people using alcohol and other drugs. Council for the Homeless Northern Ireland, Belfast.
(2012) Growing up in Ireland. Key findings: 13-year-olds. No. 2. Physical activity and obesity among 13-year-olds. Department of Children and Youth Affairs, Dublin.
(2011) The state of men’s health in Europe. European Commission, Brussels.
Burke, Eimear and McCarthy, Bernard (2011) The lifestyle behaviours and exercise beliefs of undergraduate student nurses. A descriptive study. Health Education, 111 (3). pp. 230-240.
Stack, Austin G. and Murthy, Bhamidipati V.R. (2010) Cigarette use and cardiovascular risk in chronic kidney disease: an unappreciated modifiable lifestyle risk factor. Seminars in Dialysis, 23 (3). pp. 298-305.
Ward, Mark and McGee, Hannah and Morgan, Karen and Van Lente, Eric and Layte, Richard and Barry, Margaret and Watson, Dorothy and Shelley, Emer and Perry, Ivan J. (2009) Slan 2007: one island - one lifestyle? Health and lifestyles in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland: comparing the population surveys of Slan 2007 and NIHSWS 2005. Department of Health and Children, Dublin.
Williams, James and Greene, Sheila and Doyle, Erika and Harris, Elaine and Layte, Richard and McCoy, Selina and McCrory, Cathal and Murray, Aisling and Nixon, Elizabeth and O'Dowd, Tom and O'Moore, Mona and Quail, Amanda and Smyth, Emer and Swords, Lorraine and Thornton, Lelia (2009) Growing up in Ireland. National longitudinal study of children: the lives of 9-year-olds. . Office of the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dublin.
Health Service Executive. (2008) Less is alcohol more money, energy and control. Health Service Executive, Dublin.
Balanda, Kevin P and McMaster, Christine and Graham, Adele and Barron, Steve and Fahy, Lorraine (2008) All-Ireland health and wellbeing dataset (AIHWDS) INIsPHO data briefing no. 2008:3. Institute of Public Health in Ireland, Dublin.
Long, Jean (2008) Alcohol and drug data from third SLAN survey. Drugnet Ireland, Issue 26, Summer 2008 . pp. 3-4.
Mongan, Deirdre (2007) Third HBSC study reports findings. Drugnet Ireland, Issue 24, Winter 2007 . pp. 14-15.
Connor, Aileen (2007) SLAN survey data on illicit drug use. Drugnet Ireland, Issue 23, Autumn 2007 . pp. 23-24.
Pates, Richard and McBride, Andrew and Arnold, Karin, eds. (2005) Injecting illicit drugs. Blackwell, Oxford.
Johnson, Sharon L (2004) Therapist's guide to clinical intervention: the 1-2-3's of treatment planning. Academic Press, Amsterdam ; London.
Kelleher, Cecily and Nic Gabhainn, Saoirse and Friel, Sharon and Corrigan, Helen and Nolan, Gerladine and Sixsmith, Jane and Walshe, Orla and Cooke, Mary (2003) The national health and lifestyle surveys: Survey of Lifestyle, Attitude and Nutrition (SLAN) & the Irish Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children Survey (HBSC). National University of Ireland, Centre for Health Promotion Studies, Health Promotion Unit, Department of Health and Children, University College Dublin. Department of Public Health Medicine and Epidemiology., Galway, Dublin, Dublin.
(2003) The National Health and Lifestyle Surveys 2003. Regional summary report. Health Promotion Unit, Department of Health and Children, Dublin.
Klee, Hilary and McLean, Iain and Yavorsky, Christian (2002) Employing drug users: individual and systemic barriers to rehabilitation. Work and opportunity series; no. 29 . Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York.
(2002) Scottish schools adolescent lifestyle and substance use survey 2002: interim report. Scottish Executive, Edinburgh.
Coombs, Robert S. (2001) Addiction recovery tools: a practical handbook. Sage, Thousand Oaks Ca..
McElrath, Karen (2001) Heroin use in Northern Ireland: a qualitative study into heroin users' lifestyles, experiences, and risk behaviours (1997-1999). Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety, Belfast.
Feeney, Anne and McGee, Hannah and Holohan, Tony and Shannon, William (2000) The health of hostel-dwelling men in Dublin. Perceived health status, lifestyle and health care utilisation of homeless men in south inner city Dublin hostels. Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland & Eastern Health Board, Dublin.
Harrington, Victoria (2000) Underage drinking: findings from the 1998-99 Youth Lifestyles Survey. Home Office. Research, Development and Statistics Directorate, London.
South, Nigel, ed. (1999) Drugs cultures, controls & everyday life. Sage, London.
Friel, Sharon and Nic Gabhainn, Saoirse and Kelleher, Cecily (1999) The national health and lifestyle surveys: Survey of Lifestyle, Attitude and Nutrition, (SLAN) & the Irish Health Behaviour in School-aged Children survey (HBSC). Health Promotion Unit, Dublin.
Walters, Glenn D. (1996) Substance abuse and the new road to recovery: a practitioners guide. Taylor & Francis, Washington.
Bonner, Collette (1996) Baseline data on the lifestyle of second level students aged 16-18 years. Midland Health Board, Tullamore.
Colohan, Stuart Patrick (1996) Lifestyle behaviour and substance abuse: relationship to occupation. MSc thesis, National University of Ireland, Galway.
Grapendaal, Martin and Leuw, Ed and Nelen, Hans (1995) A world of opportunities: life-style and economic behaviour of heroin addicts in Amsterdam. SUNY series in new social studies on alcohol and drugs. . State University of New Yotk Press, Albany.
Walters, Glenn D. (1994) Drugs and crime in lifestyle perspective. Drugs, Health and Social Policy, 1 . UNSPECIFIED.
McDonnell, R. (1994) Nutrition, smoking, exercise and alcohol: a study of behaviour, knowledge and attitudes among post-primary school pupils in Dublin. Other thesis, The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland.
Morgan, Mark and Grube, Joel W (1994) Lifestyle changes: a social psychological perspective with reference to cigarette smoking among adolescents. Irish Journal of Psychology, 15 (1). pp. 179-190.