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Farrell, Michael and Barry, Joseph (2010) The introduction of the opioid treatment protocol. Health Service Executive, Dublin.
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.
Bowling, Ann (2009) Research methods in health. Open University Press, Berkshire.
Randall, Niamh (2008) Drug policy and rationality: an exploration of the research - policy interface. MSc thesis, University of Dublin, Trinity College.
National Advisory Committee on Drugs, Ipsos MORI . (2008) Drug prevalence survey 2006/2007 technical report. National Advisory Committee on Drugs, Dublin.
(2006) Analysis of school attendance data at primary and post-primary levels for 2004-2005. National Education Welfare Board, Dublin.
Petticrew, Mark and Roberts, Helen (2006) Systematic reviews in the social sciences: a practical guide. Blackwell, Oxford.
National Advisory Committee on Drugs , Drug and Alcohol Information and Research Unit . (2006) All Ireland drug prevalence survey 2002/2003: technical report. National Advisory Committee on Drugs, Dublin.
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. (2005) Training in basic drug abuse data management and analysis: Global Assessment Programme on Drug Abuse: Toolkit module 5. United Nations, New York.
Peck, Roxy and Olsen, Chris and Devore, Jay (2004) Introduction to statistics and data analysis. Duxbury, Pacific Grove.
Lee, Raymond M. and Stanko, Elizabeth A., eds. (2003) Researching violence: essays on methodology and measurement. Routledge, London.
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.
Miller, David (2003) A preliminary review of the SPHE needs analysis - survey (2000-2001). SPHE Support Service, Dublin.
Bryant, Kendall J. and Windle, Michael and West, Stephen G., eds. (2002) The science of prevention: methodological advances from alcohol and substance abuse research. American Psychological Association, Wahington, DC.
Matthews, Anne and Fitzgerald, Eithne and Bates, Jessica (2002) Data sources on poverty. Institute of Public Administration, Combat Poverty Agency, 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.
Katz, Mitchell H (1999) Multivariable analysis: a practical guide for clinicians. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Becker, Howard S (1998) Tricks of the trade: how to think about your research while you're doing it. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (1997) Literature review of studies of mortaility and feasibility study for a common methodology. European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, Lisbon.
Taylor Fitz-Gibbon, Carol and Lyons Morris, Lynn (1987) How to analyze data. Sage.
Kalton, Graham (1979) Survey methods in social investigation. Heinemann Educational Books, London.