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[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answers 313 - Substance abuse prevention education [3957/13]. (29 Jan 2013)
[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answers 314 - Substance abuse prevention education [3958/13]. (29 Jan 2013)
(2013) Report card 2013. Children's Rights Alliance, Dublin.
[Oireachtas] 64. [& 65} Deputy Brendan Smith asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he is satisfied that the social personal health education programme is effectively delivering to students in the area of raising drugs awareness....[14465/12]. (14 Mar 2012)
McKay, Michael T. and Ballantyne, Nicola and Goudie, Andrew J. and Sumnall, Harry and Cole, Jon C (2012) “Here for a good time, not a long time”: Decision-making, future consequences and alcohol use among Northern Irish adolescents. Journal of Substance Use, 17 (1). pp. 1-18.
(2012) Report card 2012. Children's Rights Alliance, Dublin.
McKay, Michael T. and Percy, Andrew and Goudie, Andrew J. and Sumnall, Harry and Cole, Jon C (2012) The temporal focus scale: factor structure and association with alcohol use in a sample of Northern Irish school children. Journal of Adolescence, 35 (5). pp. 1361-1368.
(start date 31 January 2011) McCormack, A and Van Hout, Marie Claire and Foley, M (2011) The school-based prevention of substance dependencies: perceptions of teachers' role. [Research Project]
Carney, Tara and Myers, Bronwyn and Louw, Johann (2011) Brief school-based interventions and behavioural outcomes for substance-using adolescents. . Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2) DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD008969
Roe, Sandra (2011) A consultation with young people on reform of the Junior Cycle. Government Publications, Dublin.
Roe, Sandra (2010) Life skills matter – not just points: A survey of implementation of Social, Personal and Health Education (SPHE) and Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE) in second-level schools. Government Publications, Dublin.
Byrne, Delma and Smyth, Emer (2010) No way back? The dynamics of early school leaving. The Liffey Press, Dublin.
Wallace, Maeve (2010) An investigation into secondary school students' views on the National Substance Abuse Prevention Programme. Masters thesis, Dublin Business School.
[Oireachtas] 121. Deputy John O'Mahony asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs if he has plans to allocate funding to secondary schools to provide drugs awareness programmes. [7202/08]. (21 Feb 2008)
Van Hout, Marie Claire and Connor, Sean (2008) A qualitative study of Irish teachers' perspective of student substance use. Journal of Alcohol & Drug Education, 51 (1). pp. 89-91.
(2008) Cocaine the facts. [FactSheet]
[Oireachtas] 456. Deputy Catherine Byrne asked the Minister for Education and Science when social personal and health education will be rolled out for senior cycle in all schools. [30524/07]. (27 Nov 2007)
[Oireachtas] 421. Deputy Catherine Byrne asked the Minister for Education and Science the number of schools in Dublin and countrywide participating in drug awareness programmes; the programmes that are being used. [27548/07]. (06 Nov 2007)
[Oireachtas] 8. Deputy Martin Ferris asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs the additional funding he is considering making available to allow for the introduction of new services and the expansion of existing services to address the drugs crisis and in particular the cocaine emergency in view of the tour of the local drugs task force areas conducted over the summer 2007. [21095/07]. (27 Sep 2007)
Mayock, Paula and Morgan, Mark and Kitching, Karl (2007) Relationships and sexuality education (RSE) in the context of social, personal and health education (SPHE): an assessment of challenges to full implementation of the programme in post-primary schools. Department of Education and Science, Crisis Pregnancy Agency, Dublin.
Nally, Aine (2007) An investigation of the value of junior-cycle post primary school drugs education: a 'life skills' approach. Masters thesis, Dublin Business School.
[Oireachtas] Writen Answers. Drug Abuse in Schools. (28 Nov 2006)
[http://www.meas.ie] Drink industry urges 'sensible' celebration of Leaving Cert results. (16 Aug 2006)
(2006) Analysis of school attendance data at primary and post-primary levels for 2004-2005. National Education Welfare Board, Dublin.
[Oireachtas] 463. Mr. Crowe asked the Minister for Education and Science the effectiveness of the drug prevention education programmes in our schools here; if they have been rolled out to all schools; her plans to revise these programmes based on findings of international best practice. [17846/06]. (16 May 2006)
Midford, Richard and Munro, Geoffrey, eds. (2006) Drug education in schools: searching for the silver bullet. IP Communications, Melbourne.
Keane, Martin (2005) Understanding substances and substance use: A handbook for teachers. Drugnet Ireland, Issue 14, Summer 2005 . pp. 6-7.
Anna, Halsall and Hollingworth, Sumi and Mendick, Heather (2005) 'Dropping out and drifting away': An investigation of factors affecting inner-city pupils' identities, aspirations and post-16 routes. Institute for Policy Studies in Education (IPSE), London.
(2005) School Completion Programme: guidelines towards best practice. Department of Education and Science, Dublin.
(2004) The SPHE story - an example of incremental change in the school setting. Social, Personal & Health Education Support Service, Dublin.
Weir, Susan (2004) Analysis of school attendance data at primary and post-primary levels for 2003/2004. Report to the National Educational Welfare Board. Educational Research Centre, Dublin.
Fitzpatrick, Marie (2003) Use of peer education in the social, personal and health education programme in a second level school. MSc thesis, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.
McBride, Kathleen G. (2003) Drug education in post-primary schools: practical reality or laudable aspiration. Other thesis, University of Ulster.
Burtenshaw, Rita (2003) Report from the Review of Social, Personal and Health Education at Junior Cycle By the S.P.H.E. Support Service, Post-primary. SPHE Support Service, Dublin.
Miller, David (2003) A preliminary review of the SPHE needs analysis - survey (2000-2001). SPHE Support Service, Dublin.
Millar, David (2003) Review of records of in-service training for teachers of SPHE: February 2001 to April 2003. SPHE Support Service, Dublin.
Cohen, Julian (2002) Delta 1: drug education learning and training activities for 11-14 year olds: key stage 3. Drugscope, London.
Cohen, Julian (2002) Delta 2: drug education learning and training activities for 14-18 year olds: key stage 4/5. Drugscope, London.
(2001) Social, personal & health education. Junior certificate: guidelines for teachers. Stationery Office, Dublin.
(2000) Killinarden Drug Primary Prevention Group: project report. Killinarden Drug Primary Prevention Group, Dublin. (Unpublished)
(2000) Social, personal & health education. Department of Education and Science, Dublin.
Eivers, Eemir and Ryan, Eoin and Brinkley, Aoife (2000) Characterisitcs of early school leavers: results of the research strand for the 8- to 15- year old early school leavers initiative. Education Research Centre, Dublin.
(1998) Drug education in post-primary schools and colleges of further education. Department of Education Northern Ireland, Down.
Powell, Richard R and Zehm, Stanley J. and Kottler, Jeffrey A (1995) Classrooms under the influence: addicted families, addicted students. Corwin, Thousand Oaks, Ca..
Grube, Joel W and Morgan, Mark (1986) Smoking, drinking and other drug use among Dublin post-primary school pupils. ESRI, Dublin.