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(2012) What you should know about data quality. A guide for health and social care staff. Health Information and Quality Authority, Cork.
Buster, Marcel and Giraudon, Isabelle and Matias, Joao and Vicente, Julian (2012) Mortality among drug users: guidelines for carrying out, analysing and reporting key figures 2011–12. European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, Lisbon.
Bloomfield, Kim and Hope, Ann and Kraus, Ludwig (2012) Alcohol survey measures for Europe: A literature review. Drugs: education, prevention and policy, Early online . pp. 1-13.
Hannes, Karin and Lockwood, Craig, eds. (2012) Synthesizing qualitative research: choosing the right approach. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, London.
Brooks, Anne-Marie and Geraghty, Ruth and Fitzgerald, Sarah and Roche, Gillian (2012) Inventory of data sources on children's lives. Department of Children and Youth Affairs, Dublin.
[Growing up in Ireland] A new data resource on children’s lives: Growing up in Ireland. (06 Oct 2011)
Mongan, Deirdre (2011) Standardising drinking survey methodologies. Drugnet Ireland, Issue 39, Autumn 2011 . p. 4.
Gannon, Maria and Hay, Gordon and McKell, Jennifer (2011) Research into methods and data sources for the estimation of prevalence of problematic opiate and cocaine use in Ireland. National Advisory Committee on Drugs, Dublin.
[Irish Medical News] , Connors, Aoife New study needed for 'reliable' drug use data. (27 Jul 2010)
[Irish Medical News] , Mudiwa, Lloyd Progress in drug data collection. (01 Feb 2010)
European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (2010) First European conference on drug supply indicators — key conclusions. European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, Lisbon.
Skarupova, Katerina (2010) Comparison of methods and resulting drug use prevalence estimates of health surveys versus drug surveys methods. European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, Prague.
(2009) Drug use in Ireland & Northern Ireland: drug prevalence survey 2006/2007: Regional Drugs Tasks Force areas (RDTFs) results: bulletin 2: confidence intervals. National Advisory Committee on Drugs & Public Health Information and Research Branch, Dublin.
(2009) Drug use in Ireland & Northern Ireland: 2002/2003 drug prevalence survey: Health Boards (Ireland) and Health and Social Services Board (Northern Ireland): updated results: bulletin 2: updated confidence intervals. National Advisory Committee on Drugs, Dublin.
(2009) Drug Use in Ireland & Northern Ireland: updated results from the 2002/2003 drug prevalence survey: bulletin 1: updated confidence intervals. National Advisory Committee on Drugs, Dublin.
Bowling, Ann (2009) Research methods in health. Open University Press, Berkshire.
(2008) Drug prevalence survey 2006/2007 technical report. National Advisory Committee on Drugs, Dublin.
(2008) Data collection protocol for specialist harm reduction agencies. Foundation Regenboog AMOC, Amsterdam.
Long, Jean (2008) European data-collection protocol for harm reduction agencies. Drugnet Ireland, Issue 27, Autumn 2008 . p. 17.
(2007) WHO ethical and safety recommendations for researching, documenting and monitoring sexual violence in emergencies. World Health Organization, Geneva.
Noaks, Lesley and Wincup, Emma (2006) Criminological research: understanding qualitative methods. Sage, London.
Petticrew, Mark and Roberts, Helen (2006) Systematic reviews in the social sciences: a practical guide. Blackwell, Oxford.
(2006) All Ireland drug prevalence survey 2002/2003: technical report. National Advisory Committee on Drugs, Dublin.
Percy, Andrew and MdAlister, Siobhan and Higgins, Kathryn and McCrystal, Patrick and Thornton, Maeve (2005) Response consistency in young adolescents' drug use self-reports: a recanting rate analysis. Addiction, 100 (2). pp. 189-196.
Kraus, Ludwig and Korf, Dirk, eds. (2005) Research on drugs and drug policy from a European perspective : selected readings from the 15th International Conference of the European Society for Social Drug Research (ESSD). Pabst Science Publishers, Lengerich.
(2005) Annual reports questionnaire, part II: extent, patterns and trends of drug abuse: guide to completion of part II. Global Assessment Programme on Drug Abuse: Toolkit module 4. United Nations, New York.
Bachman, Ronet and Schutt, Russell K. (2003) The practice of research in criminology and criminal justice. Pine Forge Press, Thousand Oaks, Ca..
Cox, Gemma (2003) Approaches to estimating drug prevalence in Ireland: an overview of methods and data sources. Stationery Office, Dublin.
Cox, Gemma (2003) Methods for estimating the prevalence of opiate-use at a local level. Trinity College Dublin, Addiction Research Centre, Dublin.
Kelly, Alan and Carvalho, Marlen and Teljeur, Conor (2003) A 3-source capture recapture study of the prevalence of opiate use in Ireland 2000 to 2001: key findings summary tables. Department of Community Health & General Practice, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin.
(2003) Strategy for statistics 2003-2008. Stationery Office, Dublin.
Kelly, Alan and Carvalho, Marlen and Teljeur, Conor (2003) Prevalence of opiate use in Ireland 2000-2001: a 3-source capture recapture study. National Advisory Committee on Drugs, Dublin.
Matthews, Anne and Fitzgerald, Eithne and Bates, Jessica (2002) Data sources on poverty. Institute of Public Administration, Combat Poverty Agency, Dublin.
Williams, D. (2002) The use of the General Medical Services prescription database for pharmcoepidemological studies in Ireland. PhD thesis, Trinity College Dublin.
Egger, Matthias and Davey Smith, George and Altman, Douglas G, eds. (2001) Systematic reviews in health care: meta-analysis in context. BMJ Publishing, London.
Comiskey, Catherine and Barry, Joseph (2001) A capture-recapture study of the prevalence and implications of opiate use in Dublin. European Journal of Public Health, 11 (2). pp. 198-200.
Hartnoll, Richard and Frischer, Martin and Wiessing, Lucas and Bello, Pierre-Yves and Kraus, L. and McKeganey, Neil and D'Ippoliti, Daniela and Domingo-Salvany, Antonia and Smit, Filip and Hay, Gordon (1999) Methodological guidelines to estimate the prevalence of problem drug use on the local level. European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, Lisbon.
(1999) Scientific review of the literature on estimating the prevalence of drug misuse on the local level. European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, Lisbon.
(start date January 1998) Lyons, Suzi and Maguire, Vivion and Condron, Ita (1998) National Drug Treatment Reporting System (NDTRS). [Research Project]
Creswell, John W (1998) Qualitative inquiry and research design: choosing among five traditions. Sage, Thousand Oaks Ca..
Strauss, Anselm and Corbin, Juliet (1998) Basics of qualitative research: techniques and procedures for developing grounded theory. Sage, Thousand Oaks Ca..
Becker, Howard S (1998) Tricks of the trade: how to think about your research while you're doing it. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
Comiskey, Catherine (1998) Estimating the prevalence of opiate drug use in Dublin, Ireland during 1996. Department of Health and Children, Dublin.
(1997) Handbook on snowball sampling. Council of Europe, Strasbourg.
(1997) Literature review of studies of mortaility and feasibility study for a common methodology. European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, Lisbon.
Oppenheim, A.N. (1992) Questionnaire design, interviewing and attitude measurement. Continuum, London.
Davidson, Robin James (1989) The validation and internal homogeneity of the short alcohol dependence data (SADD) questionnaire. Other thesis, University of Ulster.
Henerson, Marlene E and Morris, Lynn Lyons and Fitz-Gibbon, Carol Taylor (1987) How to measure attitudes. Sage, Newbury Park Ca.
Kalton, Graham (1979) Survey methods in social investigation. Heinemann Educational Books, London.