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Moylett, Sinead and Hughes, Brian M (2017) The associations among personality, alcohol-related Protective Behavioural Strategies (PBS), alcohol consumption and sexual intercourse in Irish, female college students. Addictive Behaviour Reports , 6 , pp. 56-64.

Freeman, Aislinné and Mergl, Roland and Kohls, Elisabeth and Székely, András and Gusmao, Ricardo and Arensman, Ella and Koburger, Nicole and Hegerl, Ulrich and Rummel-Kluge, Christine (2017) A cross-national study on gender differences in suicide intent. BMC Psychiatry , 17 , (1) , p. 234.

Lyons, Suzi (2016) Women and methadone maintenance treatment. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 58, Summer 2016 , p. 26.

Condron, Ita (2016) Women and addiction. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 56, Winter 2016 , pp. 16-17.

Van Hout, Marie Claire and Hearne, Evelyn (2016) Netnography of female use of the synthetic growth hormone CJC-1295: pulses and potions. Substance Use & Misuse , 51 , (1) , pp. 73-84.

Mongan, Deirdre (2015) Alcohol Action Ireland conference. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 54, Summer 2015 , p. 2.

Boyd, A and Van de Velde, Sarah and Pivette, M and Ten Have, M and Florescu, S and O'Neill, S and Caldas-de-Almeida, José Miguel and Vilagut, G and Haro, J M and Alonso, J and Kovess-Masfety, Viviane (2015) Gender differences in psychotropic use across Europe: results from a large cross-sectional, population-based study. European Psychiatry , 30 , (6) , pp. 778-788.

Staddon, Patsy (2015) Supporting women with alcohol issues: what social workers need to know. Community Care .

Pike, Brigid (2015) Women and non-medical use of prescription drugs (NMUPD). Drugnet Ireland , Issue 53, Spring 2015 , pp. 6-7.

Pike, Brigid (2015) It’s ‘Talk Time – what women want’. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 53, Spring 2015 , p. 19.

Davoren, Martin P and Shiely, Frances and Byrne, Michael and Perry, Ivan J (2015) Hazardous alcohol consumption among university students in Ireland: a cross-sectional study. BMJ Open , 5 , (1) , e006045.

Mergl, Roland and Koburger, Nicole and Heinrichs, Katherina and Székely, András and Tóth, Mónika Ditta and Coyne, James and Quintao, Sonia and Arensman, Ella and Coffey, Claire and Maxwell, Margaret and Värnik, Airi and van Audenhove, Chantal and McDaid, David and Sarchiapone, Marco and Schmidtke, Armin and Genz, Axel and Gusmão, Ricardo and Hegerl, Ulrich (2015) What are reasons for the large gender differences in the lethality of suicidal acts? An epidemiological analysis in four European countries. PLoS ONE , 10 , (7) , e0129062.

Mayock, Paula and Sheridan, Sarah and Parker, Sarah (2015) ‘It's just like we're going around in circles and going back to the same thing …’: the dynamics of women's unresolved homelessness. Housing Studies , 30 , (6) , pp. 877-900.

Mayock, Paula and Cronly, Jennifer and Clatts, Michael C (2015) The risk environment of heroin initiation: young women, intimate partners, and “drug relationships”. Substance Use & Misuse , 50 , (6) , pp. 771-782.

Connolly, Johnny (2014) Women in prison. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 51, Autumn 2014 , pp. 24-25.

Connolly, Johnny (2014) Drug-facilitated sexual assault: an Irish perspective. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 51, Autumn 2014 , p. 18.

Davoren, Mary and Fitzpatrick, Mary and Caddow, Fintan and Caddow, Martin and O'Neill, Conor and O'Neill, Helen and Kennedy, Harry G (2014) Older men and older women remand prisoners: mental illness, physical illness, offending patterns and needs. International Psychogeriatrics / IPA , 27 , (5) , pp. 747-755.

Mayock, Paula and Sheridan, Sarah (2013) At home in prison? Women and the homelessness– incarceration nexus. Irish Probation Journal , 10 , pp. 118-140.

McElrath, Karen and Harris, Julie (2013) Peer injecting: implications for injecting order and blood-borne viruses among men and women who inject heroin. Journal of Substance Use , 18 , (1) , pp. 31-45.

Dresler, CM and Wei, Mei and Heck, JE and Allwright, Shane and Haglund, M and Sanchez, Sara and Kralikova, Eva and Stucker, Isabelle and Tamang, E and Gritz, ER and Hashibe, Mia (2013) Attitudes of women from five European countries regarding tobacco control policies. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health , 41 , (2) , pp. 126-133.

Carew, Anne Marie and Cafferty, Siobhan and Long, Jean and Bellerose, Delphine and Lyons, Suzi (2013) Travellers accessing addiction services in Ireland (2007 to 2010): analysis of routine surveillance data. Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse , 12 , (4) , pp. 339-335.

Hohman, Melinda and Loughran, Hilda (2013) What do female clients want from residential treatment? The relationship between expressed and assessed needs, psychosocial characteristics, and program outcome. Journal of Dual Diagnosis , 9 , (1) .

Pike, Brigid (2012) International Women’s Day and the drugs issue. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 42, Summer 2012 , pp. 6-7.

Keane, Martin (2012) Findings from a study of homeless women in Ireland. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 42, Summer 2012 , pp. 10-11.

Smyth, Bobby P and Fagan, John and Kernan, Kathy (2012) Outcome of heroin-dependent adolescents presenting for opiate substitution treatment. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment , 42 , (1) , pp. 35-44.

MacNeela, Padraig and Bredin, Owlan (2011) Keeping your balance: freedom and regulation in female university students' drinking practices. Journal of Health Psychology , 16 , (2) , pp. 289-293.

Hawthorne, Emma (2011) Women in Northern Ireland involved in prostitution. Irish Probation Journal , 8 , pp. 142-163.

Montanari, Linda and Serafini, Marco and Maffli, Etienne and Busch, Martin and Kontogeorgiou, Katerina and Kuijpers, Wil and Ouwehand, Anton and Pouloudi, Maria and Simon, Roland and Spyropoulou, Maria and Studnickova, Bela and Gyarmathy, V. Anna (2010) Gender and regional differences in client characteristics among substance abuse treatment clients in the Europe. Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy , 18 , (1) , pp. 24-31.

Pike, Brigid (2009) Women speak about their drug-related problems. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 30, Summer 2009 , pp. 18-19.

Keane, Martin (2008) An evaluation of the WRENS project in Killinarden. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 27, Autumn 2008 , p. 14.

Enright, Frances and Boyle, Therese and Murphy, J (2007) Babies behind bars; an Irish perspective. Irish Medical Journal , 100 , (1) , pp. 327-328.

Moore, Joan (2006) From Drugnet Europe. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 20, Winter 2006 , p. 34.

Bailie, Rosemary (2006) Women offenders: the development of a policy and strategy for implementation by the Probation Board for Northern Ireland. Irish Probation Journal , 3 , (1) , pp. 98-110.

Roberson, Brigid and Radford, Eleanor (2006) The reintegration needs of women prisoners in Northern Ireland. Irish Probation Journal , 3 , (1) , pp. 111-116.

Wright, Brenda and Duffy, Dearbhla M and Curtin, Katherine and Linehan, Sally A and Monks, Stephen and Kennedy, Harry G (2006) Psychiatric morbidity among women prisoners newly committed. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine , 23 , (2) , pp. 47-53.

Kelly, Janice (2006) Self-harm amongst female offenders in custody: lessons from the literature. Irish Probation Journal , 3 , (1) , pp. 72-84.

Long, Jean (2005) Health and social status of women injecting drug users. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 13, Spring 2005 , pp. 13-14.

Mooney, Maureen and Barry, Michael and Friel, Sharon and Hannon, Frances and Kelleher, Cecily (2002) Perceived quality of life and mental health status of Irish female prisoners. Irish Medical Journal , 95 , (8) , pp. 241-3.

Condell, SL (2001) Young women's smoking and body image: a discussion paper for Irish nurses. All Ireland Journal of Nursing and Midwifery , 1 , (5) , pp. 167-170.

Study Group for the MRC Collaborative Study of HIV Infection in Women. (1999) Survival and progression of HIV disease in women attending GUM/HIV clinics in Britain and Ireland: study group for the MRC Collaborative Study of HIV Infection in Women. Sexually Transmitted Infections , 75 , (4) , pp. 247-252.

MRC. (1996) Ethnic differences in women with HIV infection in Britain and Ireland. The study group for the MRC collaborative study of HIV infection in women. AIDS , 10 , pp. 89-93.

Mulcahy, Fiona and Kelly, Grainne and Tynan, M (1994) The natural history of HIV infection in women attending a sexually transmitted disease clinic in Dublin. Genitourinary Medicine , 70 , pp. 81-83.

Corrigan, Eileen M and Butler, Shane (1991) Irish alcoholic women in treatment: early findings. International Journal of the Addictions , 26 , (3) , pp. 281-292.

O'Connor, Art (1987) Female alcoholism in Ireland: A follow-up study. Irish Journal of Psychiatry , 8 , (1) , pp. 13-16.

News

[Irish Times] , O'Halloran, Marie Women exposed to dangerous weekly alcohol limit for just over €4.95. (09 Nov 2017)

[Irish Medical Times] Female consultants sensible about alcohol. (20 Oct 2017)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac ‘Step-down’ facility for female offenders. (14 Oct 2017)

[Independent.ie] , Smith, Denise 'I was a lone parent and drink became my friend' - Women open up about their relationship with alcohol. (12 Oct 2017)

[Independent.ie] , Donnelly, Laura Women who drink two glasses of wine a night 'need liver scans'. (20 Dec 2016)

[Independent.ie] , O'Regan, Eilish Women catching up with men as consumption of alcohol surges in young. (25 Oct 2016)

[Irish Examiner] , Finn, Clodagh Cynical drinks industry advertising is shameful. (15 Oct 2016)

[thejournal.ie] , Fitzgerald, Cormac 9/10 women presenting at treatment centre do so for alcohol addiction. (29 Aug 2016)

[Independent.ie] , Byrne, Katie What happens when the glass is always half empty? (02 Aug 2016)

[Independent.ie] , Horan, Niamh Women need to face facts about the link between rape and drinking. (13 Jun 2016)

[Independent.ie] , O'Regan, Eilish and O'Faherty, Jane Women prime targets of gambling websites as they escape stress and isolation. (30 Apr 2016)

[Independent.ie] , Horan, Niamh 'Ladies who lunch' get medical implants to beat cravings for wine. (18 Apr 2016)

[Independent.ie] , Hunt, Carol That daily 'wine o'clock' bottle is a killer. (18 Apr 2016)

[Alcohol Action Ireland] Irish women must be fully informed when it comes to their drinking. (08 Mar 2016)

[University Times] , Gerrard, Emer For women, alcohol is a poisoned chalice. (05 Jan 2016)

[Mayo Advertiser] Alcohol, women, culture and health will be the big talking points at a free public information seminar which is taking place in Castlebar to explore women’s relationship with alcohol in Ireland. (06 Nov 2015)

[irishhealth.com] , Condon, Deborah Study confirms alcohol ups breast cancer risk. (26 Oct 2015)

[RTE News] Disadvantaged women more likely to smoke. (29 May 2015)

[Independent.ie] , O'Regan, Eilish Two glasses of wine daily raise the risk of liver disease by 13pc. (21 Apr 2015)

[Independent.ie] Potential effects of drinking alcohol during pregnancy. (21 Apr 2015)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Doherty, Caroline Discounted wine to cause surge in liver disease among women. (18 Apr 2015)

[Independent.ie] , O'Mahoney, Claire Pouring our lives away? The rise of the female wineaholic. (18 Apr 2015)

[Independent.ie] , Sweeney, Tanya Fabulous, free… and drinking too much. (18 Apr 2015)

[Independent.ie] , O'Keeffe, Alan 40pc of Irish women among 1.35m of us drinking harmfully. (03 Apr 2015)

[Alcohol Action Ireland] Girls, women and alcohol: the changing nature of female alcohol consumption in Ireland. (27 Mar 2015)

[thejournal.ie] Mammy’s Little Helper: How should we deal with anxiety disorders? (06 Mar 2015)

[Irish Examiner] , English, Eoin Women now drink as much as men. (30 Jan 2015)

[thejournal.ie] , Davoren, Martin P Opinion: Our harmful drinking culture impacts us all – we urgently need to tackle it. (29 Jan 2015)

[Independent.ie] , Reynolds, Deirdre Too much, too often: Time to sober up. (04 Jan 2015)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Fatharta, Conall Irish women in top tier for drink related crashes. (20 Dec 2014)

[Irish Examiner] , Shanahan, Catherine Women ‘return to their pub’ after addiction help. (28 Nov 2014)

[Independent.ie] , Moriarty, Sinead At home, glass in hand, nobody tells you to 'wrap it up'. (12 Nov 2014)

[Independent.ie] , O'Regan, Mark Women warned over 'wine o'clock'. (18 Oct 2014)

[Independent.ie] Irish women ignoring health consequences with excessive drinking at home. (08 Apr 2014)

[thejournal.ie] Big increase in number of women being sent to jail. (21 Nov 2013)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Prostitutes suffer more behind closed doors. (08 Nov 2013)

[Irish Independent] , McDonald, Dearbhail Three-quarters of jailed women endured violence, abuse. (30 Jul 2013)

[Alcohol Forum] , Brennan, Fiona and Timony Meehan, Anne Women and alcohol. (18 Jul 2013)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Numbers in women’s prison continue to rise. (05 Jun 2013)

[Irish Independent] , O'Regan, Eilish Young women's drinking level 'scary'. (01 Jun 2013)

[Irish Independent] Editorial. It's time to face the truth about our drinking. (01 Jun 2013)

[Independent.ie] Time to put cork back in the bottle. (24 Apr 2013)

[Irish Examiner] Tobacco firms ‘targeting’ women with elegant, feminine packaging. (11 Jan 2013)

[Irish Independent] Women run day-to-day criminal business of leading drugs gangs. (06 Jan 2013)

[Irish Cancer Society] Female smoking in Ireland reaches crisis point as ‘Big Tobacco’ targets Irish women and girls. (04 Jul 2012)

[Sunday Independent] , Cusack, Jim Gang 'godmothers' taking over the family business. (27 Nov 2011)

[Irish Medical Times] , Culliton, Gary Four-fifths of women drank alcohol ‘close to conception’. (03 Nov 2011)

[Belfast Telegraph] , Smyth, Lisa Ladettes 'risking death' for a drink. [Northern Ireland]. (26 Jul 2011)

[Alcohol Action Ireland] Looking for help? Ask your GP for Alcohol Action Ireland’s new leaflets. (21 Apr 2011)

Alcohol Action Ireland. Alcohol-related conditions on the rise among women in Ireland. (07 Mar 2011)

[Department of Health and Children] Minister Gallagher renews advice to women not to drink alcohol in pregnancy. (07 Sep 2007)

Report

Geaney, Clara (2016) Supporting women to access treatment. Dublin: Ballyfermot Local Drugs and Alcohol Taskforce.

Ruhama. (2015) Ruhama annual report 2014. Dublin: Ruhama.

Walsh, Kathy (2015) Women and homelessness: a resource guide. Dublin: Simon Communities of Ireland.

Mayock, Paula and Parker, Sarah and Sheridan, Sarah (2015) Women, homelessness and service provision. Dublin: Simon Communities of Ireland.

Mayock, Paula and Sheridan, Sarah and Parker, Sarah (2015) The dynamics of long-term homelessness among women in Ireland. Dublin: Dublin Region Homeless Executive.

Clark, Marion and Hamdi-Ghoz, Emad and Jauffret-Roustide, Marie and Le Moigne, Phillipe and Melpomeni Malliori, Minerva and Simeoni, Elisabetta and Jasaitis, Ernestas and Jovanović, Mirjana and James, Kryie and Palczak, Klaudia (2015) The gender dimension of non medical use of prescription drugs in Europe and the mediterranean region. Strasbourg: Council of Europe, Co-operation Group to Combat Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking in Drugs (Pompidou Group).

Pompidou Group expert Working Group on the Gender Dimension of NMUPD. Clark, Marilyn (2015) The gender dimension of non-medical use of prescription drugs(NMUPD)in Europe and the Mediterranean Region. Strasbourg: Council of Europe.

Probation Service, Irish Prison Service. (2014) Joint Probation Service – Irish Prison Service strategy 2014 - 2016: an effective response to women who offend. Probation Service and Irish Prison Service.

Women's Aid. (2013) Women's Aid annual report 2012. Dublin: Women's Aid.

Irish Penal Reform Trust. (2013) Women in the Criminal Justice System: towards a non-custodial approach. Dublin: Irish Penal Reform Trust.

O'Heaire, Gary (2013) Cracking on: a harm reduction report. Dublin: The Bawnogue Youth and Family Support Group.

Jennings, Ciaran J (2013) Re-establishing Contact: A profile of clients attending the health promotion unit - needle exchange at Merchants Quay Ireland. Dublin: Merchants Quay Ireland.

McHugh, Rosemarie (2013) Tracking the needs and service provision for women ex-prisoners. Dublin: Association for Criminal Justice.

Reilly, Judge Michael (2013) Interim report on the Dóchas Centre by the Inspector of Prisons Judge Michael Reilly. Dublin: Department of Justice and Equality.

Irish Cancer Society. (2013) A women's guide to health living and cancer. Dublin: Irish Cancer Society.

Central Statistics Office. (2012) Women and men in Ireland 2011. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Mayock, Paula and Sheridan, Sarah (2012) Migrant women and homelessness:key findings from a biographical study of homeless women in Ireland. Women and homelessness in Ireland, Research Paper 2. Dublin: School of Social Work and Social Policy and Children's Research Centre, Trinity College Dublin.

Mayock, Paula and Sheridan, Sarah (2012) Women’s ‘journeys’ to homelessness: key findings from a biographical study of homeless women in Ireland. Women and homelessness in Ireland, Research Paper 1. Dublin: School of Social Work and Social Policy and Children's Research Centre, Trinity College Dublin.

Safe Ireland. (2011) And just another day: The 4th November 2010. A national one day count of women and children accessing Safe Ireland domestic violence services. Dublin: Safe Ireland.

Good Shepherd Services; Cork Simon Community. (2011) Women’s health and homelessness in Cork. A joint snapshot study of the health and related needs of women who are homeless in Cork 04 – 10 July 2011. Cork: Cork Simon Community.

Irish Penal Reform Trust. (2011) IPRT briefing on women in detention. Dublin: Irish Penal Reform Trust.

Nelson, W and McGrath, K and Giaquinto, F (2010) Review of service provision for women involved in prostitution in Dublin 24. Dublin: Tallaght Drugs Task Force.

TNS Opinion & Social, European Commission: Directorate-General for Justice, Freedom and Security. (2010) Domestic violence against Women. Brussels: European Commission.

Dochas Prison Visiting Committee. (2010) Dochas centre visiting committee annual report 2010. Dublin: Department of Justice, Equality & Law Reform.

Bluebell Addiction Advisory Group. (2010) Filling a gap at BAAG. Dublin: Bluebell Addiction Advisory Group.

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime; World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe. (2009) Women's health in prison. Correcting gender inequity in prison health. Copenhagan: World Health Organization.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (2009) Thematic paper: Women’s voices: experiences and perceptions of women facing drug problems. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.

Women's Health Council. (2009) Women & substance misuse: alcohol & women’s health in Ireland. Dublin: Women's Health Council.

Women's Health Council. (2009) Women & substance misuse: drug misuse and women’s health in Ireland. Dublin: Women's Health Council.

Duggan, Carmel (2007) An evaluation of the WRENS project implemented by KDPPG. Dublin: WRC Social and Economic Consultants.

Wetton, Charlotte and Sprackett, Joanna (2007) Women in prison: A review of the conditions in member states of the Council of Europe. Brussels: Quaker Council for European Affairs (QCEA).

Irish Prison Chaplains. (2007) Irish Prison Chaplains annual report 2006/07. Dublin: Deparment of Justice, Equality and Law Reform.

Comiskey, Catherine and O'Sullivan, Karin and Cronly, Jennifer (2006) Hazardous journeys to better places: positive outcomes and negative risks associated with the care pathway before, during and after an admittance to the Dochas Centre, Mountjoy Women's Prison, Dublin, Ireland. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

Madden, David Patrick (2006) Sample selection versus two-part models revisited: the case of female smoking and drinking. Dublin: University College Dublin.

Goodbody Economic Consultants. (2006) Evaluation of the Pilot Cocaine Women’s Health Project. Dublin: National Drugs Strategy Team.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (2005) Differences in patterns of drug use between women and men. Lisbon: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.

Roberts, Marcus (2005) Using women. London: Drugscope.

The Women's Health Council. (2005) Women’s mental health: promoting a gendered approach to policy and service provision. Dublin: The Women's Health Council.

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. (2004) Substance abuse treatment and care for women: case studies and lessons learned. New York: United Nations.

Office of Tobacco Control, TNS mrbi. (2003) Irish women and tobacco: knowledge, attitudes and beliefs. Research report on tobacco use in Ireland. Clane: Office of Tobacco Control.

Prisoners' HIV/AIDS Support Action Network. Lines, Rick (2003) Unlocking our futures: a national study on women, prisons, HIV, and hepatitis C. Ontario: Prisoners' HIV/AIDS Support Action Network (PASAN).

Batt, Vivienne and Nic Gabhainn, Saoirse and Falvey, Fiona (2002) Perspectives on the provision of counselling for women in Ireland. Dublin: Women's Health Council.

Madden, David (2002) Smoke and strong whiskey: factors influencing female smoking and drinking in Ireland. Dublin: University College Dublin.

McKeown, Kieran and Kidd, Philippa (2002) Men and domestic violence: what research tells us. Dublin: Department of Health.

Smith, Mary and McGee, Hannah and Shannon, William (2001) One hundred homeless women: health status and health service use of homeless women and their children in Dublin. Dublin: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland & Children's Research Centre, Trinity College.

Hedrich, Dagmar (2000) Problem drug use by women: focus on community-based interventions. Strasbourg: Council of Europe.

Conlon, Catherine (1999) Women - the picture of health: a review of research on women's health in Ireland. Dublin: Women's Health Council.

O'Neil, Mary and O'Connor, Ann Marie (1999) Drug using women working in prostitution: outreach work with a 'hard to reach group'. Dublin: Eastern Health Board.

Morgan, Mark (1997) NIC 1 SAOL evaluation report. (Unpublished) Dublin: SAOL Project.

Evidence resource

Arpa, Sharon [EMCDDA] . (2017) Women who use drugs: Issues, needs, responses, challenges and implications for policy and practice. Lisbon: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. 22 p.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. [EMCDDA] (2017) Online policy and practice briefings: Women with drug problems. Lisbon: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.

Esmaeili, Aryan and Mirzazadeh, Ali and Morris, Meghan D and Hajarizadeh, Behzad and Sacks, Henry S and Maher, Lisa and Grebely, Jason and Kim, Arthur Y and Lauer, Georg and Cox, Andrea L and Hellard, Margaret and Dietze, Paul and Bruneau, Julie and Shoukry, Naglaa H and Dore, Gregory J and Lloyd, Andrew R and Prins, Maria and Page, Kimberly . (2017) The effect of female sex on hepatitis C incidence among people who inject drugs: results from the international multi-cohort InC3 Collaborative. Oxford University Press. Clinical Infectious Diseases, cix768 https://doi.org/10.1093/cid/cix768

US Department of Health and Human Services. Office on Women's Health.. (2017) Final report. Opioid use, misuse, and overdose in women. Washington: US Department of Health and Human Services. 87 p.

Mason, Robin and Wolf, Marni and O'Rinn, Susan and Ene, Gabrielle [Biomed Central] . (2017) Making connections across silos: intimate partner violence, mental health, and substance use. BioMed Central. BMC Women's Health, 17 (1)

International Narcotics Control Board. [INCB] (2017) Report of the International Narcotics Control Board for 2016. New York: United Nations. 132 p.

[Drug and Alcohol Findings] (2017) Collaborative care proceedings help keep London families together. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings. Drug and Alcohol Findings Bulletin, 27 February 2017

Independent Advisory Panel on Deaths in Custody. (2017) Preventing the deaths of women in prison – initial results of a rapid information gathering exercise by the Independent Advisory Panel on Deaths in Custody. London: Independent Advisory Panel on Deaths in Custody. 45 p.

Patterson, C and Emslie, C and Mason, O and Fergie, G and Hilton, S [BMJ Open] . (2016) Content analysis of UK newspaper and online news representations of women's and men's ‘binge’ drinking: a challenge for communicating evidence-based messages about single-episodic drinking? London: BMJ Publishing. BMJ Open, 6 (e013124) 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-013124

Slade, Tim and Chapman, Cath and Swift, Wendy and Keyes, Katherine and Tonks, Zoe and Teesson, Maree [BMJ Open] . (2016) Birth cohort trends in the global epidemiology of alcohol use and alcohol-related harms in men and women: systematic review and metaregression. BMJ Publishing. (10) e01182. 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-011827

Haydon, Helen M and Obst, Patricia L and Lewis, Ioni [Biomed Central] . (2016) Beliefs underlying women’s intentions to consume alcohol. BioMed Central. BMC Women's Health, 16 (36) DOI: 10.1186/s12905-016-0317-3

Choo, Esther and Guthrie, K Morrow and Mello, Michael and Wetle, Terrie F and Ranney, Megan and Tapé, Chantal and Zlotnick, Caron [Pubmed Central] . (2016) "I need to hear from women who have 'been there'": Developing a woman-focused intervention for drug use and partner violence in the emergency department. Partner Abuse, 7 (2)

Cambridge Policy Consultants. (2016) Women’s experiences of recovery from substance misuse: a review of women’s only group therapy. London: EACH Counselling and Support. 8 p.

Benoit, Thérèse and Jauffret-Roustide, Marie [Pompidou Group] . (2016) Improving the management of violence experienced by women who use psychoactive substances. Consultation of professionals in September and October 2015 in four European cities: Paris, Rome, Madrid and Lisbon. Brussels: Council of Europe. 75 p.

Perry, Amanda E and Neilson, Matthew and Martyn-St James, Marrissa and Glanville, Julie M and Woodhouse, Rebecca and Godfrey, Christine and Hewitt, Catherine [The Cochrane Library] . (2015) Interventions for female drug-using offenders. London: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 6 DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD010910.pub2

Tuchman, Ellen . (2015) Women’s injection drug practices in their own words: a qualitative study. BioMed Central. Harm Reduction Journal, 12 (6) 10.1186/s12954-015-0041-6

McNeish, Di and Scott, Sara . (2014) Women and girls at risk. Evidence across the life course. London: DMSS Research. 35 p.

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. [UNODC] (2014) Policy briefing. Women who inject drugs and HIV: addressing specific needs. Vienna: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. 22 p.

Earle, Jenny and Nadin, Rebecca and Jacobson, Jessica [Irish Penal Reform Trust] . (2014) Brighter futures: working together to reduce women’s offending. London: Prison Reform Trust. 54 p.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2013) Effectiveness Bank Bulletin [Gender differences in client-provider relationship]. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings. Effectiveness Bank Bulletin, 18 Mar

Time IVA change, Health and Social Care, Health Services Executive, CAWT. [Health Service Executive] (2013) Alcohol & pregnancy. A pocket guide. Time IVA change, Health and Social Care, Health Services Executive, CAWT.

Kensy, Julia and Stengel, Camille and Nougier, Marie and Birgin, Ruth [IDPC] . (2012) Drug policy and women: Addressing the negative consequences of harmful drug control. London: International Drug Policy Consortium. 21 p.

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. [SAMHSA, US] (2012) Using Matrix with women clients. A supplement to the Matrix intensive outpatient treatment for people with stimulant use disorders. Bethesda, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services. 92 p.

[WHO] (2011) WHO health topic: women's health. Geneva: World Health Organization.

World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe. (2011) Evidence for gender responsive actions to prevent and manage injuries and substance abuse. Copenhagen: World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe.

SAOL Project. [Substance Misuse Skills Hub] (2011) Reduce the use 2. Dublin: SAOL Project. 129 p.

[National Library for Public Health] (2010) 2010 annual evidence update - drugs misuse - Treatment in offender populations. London: National Library for Public Health.

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. [SAMHSA, US] (2009) Substance abuse treatment: addressing the specific needs of women. Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) series 51. Rockville, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. 300 p. SMA09-4426

Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol Office. [NSW Department of Health] (2007) Drug & alcohol treatment guidelines for residential settings. Sydney: NSW Department of Health. 49 p.

Health Canada. (2006) Best practices: Early intervention, outreach and community linkages for women with substance use problems. Ottawa: Health Canada. 120 p.

Dail Debates

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answer 287 - Drug treatment programmes. [17448/15]. (06 May 2015)

[Oireachtas] Joint Committee on Justice, Equality, Defence and Women's Rights. Community Policing: Presentations. (09 Mar 2005)

Book

O'Neil, Alessandra Liquori and Lucas, Jonathan, eds. (2015) Promoting a gender responsive approach to addiction. Turin: United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute .

Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development. (2011) Women in the criminal justice system. 13th annual conference 2010. Dublin: Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development .

Van Wormer, Katherine and Thyer, Bruce A., eds. Gambrill, Eileen (2010) Evidence-based practice in the field of substance abuse: a book of readings. Los Angeles: Sage .

Yates, Rowdy and Malloch, Margaret S (2010) Tackling addiction. London: Jessica Kingsley .

Frances, Richard R and Miller, Steve and Mack, Avram H, eds. (2005) Clinical textbook of addictive disorders. New York: Guilford .

Pates, Richard and McBride, Andrew and Arnold, Karin, eds. (2005) Injecting illicit drugs. Oxford: Blackwell .

Boyd, Susan C (2004) From witches to crack moms: women, drug law, and policy. Durham, N.C: Carolina Academic Press .

Springer, David W and McNeece, C. Aaron and Arnold, Elizabeth Mayfield (2003) Substance abuse treatment for criminal offenders: an evidence-based guide for practitioners. Wahington, DC: American Psychological Association .

Merchants Quay Ireland. (2003) Pieces of the jigsaw: six reports addressing homelessness and drug use in Ireland. Dublin: Merchants Quay Ireland .

Klee, Hilary and Jackson, Marcia and Lewis, Suzan (2002) Drug misuse and motherhood. London: Routledge .

Murhpy-Lawless, Jo (2002) Fighting back: women, and the impact of drug abuse on families and communities. Dublin: Liffey Press .

Stocco, Paolo and DeFazio, Laura and Carvalho, Marlen and Lopis, Juan Jóse and Facy, Francoise and Mariani, Evelyne and Legl, Thomas and Castillo, Agurtzane and Rebollida, Montse (2002) Women and opiate addiction: a European perspective. Palma de Mollorca: IREFREA .

Kuh, Diana and Hardy, Rebecca, eds. (2002) A life course approach to women's health. Oxford: Oxford University Press .

Raine, Pamela (2001) Women's perspective on drugs and alcohol: the vicious circle. Aldershot: Ashgate .

Moran, Rosalyn and Dillon, Lucy and O'Brien, Mary and Mayock, Paula and Farrell, Eimear and Pike, Brigid (2001) A collection of papers on drugs issues in Ireland. Dublin: Health Research Board .

Stocco, Paolo and Llopis Llacer, Juan Jose and DeFazio, Laura and Calafat, Amador and Mendes, Fernando (2000) Women, drug abuse in Europe: gender identity. IREFREA & European Commission .

Rasmussen, Sandra (2000) Addiction treatment: theory and practice. Thousand Oaks Ca.: Sage .

Goodwin, Donald W (2000) Alcoholism: the facts. Oxford: Oxford University Press .

Sterk, Claire E (1999) Fast lives: women who use crack cocaine. Philadelphia: Temple University Press .

Jeffreys, Sheils (1997) The idea of prostitution. North Melbourne: Spinifex .

Ettorre, Elizabeth (1997) Women and alcohol: a private pleasure or a public problem. London: Women's Press .

Dublin Corporation. (1997) Drugs in Dublin. Working together we can make a difference: Conference, Dublin Castle 5th February 1997. Dublin: Dublin Corporation .

Bellenir, Karen, ed. (1996) Substance abuse sourcebook. Basic health-related information about the abuse of legal and illegal substance such as alcohol, tobacco, prescription drugs, marijuana, cocaine, and heroin; and including facts about substance abuse prevention strategies, intervention methods, treatment and recovery programs, and a section addressing the special problems related to substance abuse during pregnancy. Health Reference Series, v. 14 Detroit: Omingraphics .

Kandall, Stephen R (1996) Substance and shadow: women and addiction in the United States. Cambridge: Harvard University Press .

Wiley, Miriam M and Merriman, Barry (1996) Women and health care in Ireland: knowledge, attitudes and behaviour. Dublin: Oak Tree Press .

Mahan, Sue (1996) Crack cocaine, crime and women: legal, social, and treatment issues. Drugs, health and social policy series volume 4 London: Sage .

Dorn, Nicholas and James, Barbara and Lee, Maggy, eds. (1992) Women, HIV, drugs: criminal justice issues. London: Institute for the Study of Drug Dependence .

Dorn, Nicholas and Henderson, Sheila and South, Nigel, eds. (1992) AIDS: women, drugs and social care. Social Aspects of AIDS London: Falmer .

Engs, Ruth C, ed. (1990) Women: alcohol and other drugs. Oregon: Resource Publications .

Richardson, Sue and O'Donohue, Noreen, eds. (1984) Pure murder...a book about drug use. Dublin: Women's Community Press .

Book Section

Roelands, Marc (2010) Monitoring illicit drug use among female sex workers in Europe, 2000-2008. In: Scientific report 2008/2009. Brussels: Scientific Institute of Public Health , pp. 35-40.

Lawless, Marie (2003) Private lives - public issues: an investigation into the health status of female drug users. In: Pieces of the jigsaw: six reports addressing homelessness and drug use in Ireland. Dublin: Merchants Quay Ireland , 4 - 78.

Farrell, Eimear (2001) Women, children and drug use. In: A collection of papers on drugs issues in Ireland. Dublin: Health Research Board , pp. 153-177.

Butler, Shane and Woods, Marguerite (1992) Drugs, HIV and Ireland: responses to women in Dublin. In: AIDS: women, drugs and social care. London: Falmer , pp. 51-69.

Woods, Marguerite (1991) Women, drugs, HIV: a discussion paper. In: AIDS: women, drugs and social care. London: Falmer , pp. 13-21.

Newsletter

Daly, Teresa (2007) Addiction - A gender illuminating issue? February 2007 . Irish Association of Alcohol and Addiction Counsellors.

Conference or Workshop Item

Alcohol Action Ireland. (2015) ‘Girls, women and alcohol’: the presentations. In: Girls, women and alcohol, 21 April 2015, Westin Hotel.

Udoka Ezumezu, Peace (2015) A mixed method study on treatment needs and social support networks of women with alcohol and substance misuse problems. In: HSE Health and Social Care Professions Research Conference, 16 April 2015, Trinity College Dublin School of Nursing & Midwifery.

SAOL Project. (2013) Saol women's week presentations. In: It's different for women, 6 March 2013, Dublin.

Murphy, Karen (2010) Communities of interest - female sex workers. In: Community drugs problem: defining the problem - defending the responses conference, 15 October 2010, Dublin.

Broderick, Gary (2010) The impact of stimulants on women in recovery:a qualitative review of female clients from North Inner City Dublin. In: Conference on stimulant abuse treatment, 10-12 May 2010, Strasbourg.

Corr, Caroline (2002) Reaching the 'hard to reach.'. In: Problem Drug Use and Homelessness: Two Faces of Social Exclusion, 18 July 2002, Dublin Castle.

Woods, Marguerite (1999) Women, drug use and parenting in Dublin: the views of professional workers in the drug treatment and social work fields. In: Illicit drugs: patterns of use - pattern of response: 10th annual ESSD Conference on Drug Use and Drug Policy in Europe, 20-22 September 1999, Vienna, Austria.

Byrne, Joan (1997) Women and drugs: the experience of the Saol Project. In: Drugs in Dublin: Working Together We Can Make a Difference, 5th February 1997, Dublin Castle.

Thesis

Carroll, Eoin (2012) Pulling a rabbit out of a hat, where do policies come from? An examination of the criminal justice policy processes behind the building of the Dóchas Centre (Ireland’s largest women’s prison). Masters thesis, Dublin Institute of Technology.

Quinlan, Christina (2006) Discourse and identity: a study of women in prison in Ireland. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

O'Kelly, Elizabeth Mary (2005) A study on the perceptions of female drug users in relation to the consequences of parental substance abuse on the children of substance misusers. MSc thesis, Dublin City University.

Tucker, Kieran (2005) An investigation into the use of brands in young adult females' drinking rituals. Masters thesis, Dublin Institute of Technology.

Barden, Maria (2001) Square plug, round hole: an exploration of the social construction of women's position in society, its influences on the development of addiction and evaluation of associated responses. Masters thesis, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.

Connor, Frances Nangle (2000) Bad Apples: a study of women drug users: a profile of women drug users, their perceived needs from, and satisfaction with, services in a drug treatment centre in Dublin. MSc thesis, Trinity College Dublin.

Dunne, Carmel (1995) Female drug users and service provision: a study of female drug users' characteristics and their implications for service response. MSc thesis, Trinity College Dublin.

Video

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (2013) Women and drug use in Europe.

Teaching Resource

Miller, William R. and Tonigan, JS (1996) SOCRATES for males’ significant other. Outcomes measurement tool: drug use behaviour - substance use / maintenance / relapse.

Miller, William R. and Tonigan, JS (1996) SOCRATES for females’ significant other. Outcomes measurement tool: drug use behaviour - substance use / maintenance / relapse.

Other

Alcohol Action Ireland. (2010) Women and alcohol: making the drink link. Alcohol Action Ireland, Dublin.

FactSheet

(2017) Women and alcohol. London: Institute of Alcohol Studies.

Alcohol Concern. (2015) Alcohol and breast cancer. London: .

Rape Crisis Network Ireland. (2012) Calling time on sexual violence and alcohol: the facts. Factsheet 9 Rape, Alcohol Consumption and Human Rights: Meeting obligations for a better future. Dublin: Rape Crisis Network Ireland.

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