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Wall, Marianne and Lambert, Sharon and Horan, Aidan (2017) An evaluation of practitioner's experience of service users seeking community detoxification from benzodiazepines. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs , Early online , pp. 1-7.

McArdle, D and Kabir, Zubair (2017) Implementing a tobacco-free hospital campus in Ireland: lessons learned. Irish Journal of Medical Science , Early online .

Pirona, Alessandro and Bo, Alessandra and Hedrich, Dagmar and Ferri, Marica and van Gelder, Nadine and Giraudon, Isabelle and Montanari, Linda and Simon, Roland and Mounteney, Jane (2017) New psychoactive substances: Current health-related practices and challenges in responding to use and harms in Europe. The International Journal on Drug Policy , 40 , pp. 84-92.

Galvin, Brian (2017) HRB drug and alcohol evidence review on case management. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 60, Winter 2017 , pp. 15-17.

Galvin, Brian (2016) Shared measurement of personal outcomes in recovery. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 58, Summer 2016 , pp. 26-27.

Simpson, Alan and Hannigan, Ben and Coffey, Michael and Barlow, Sally and Cohen, Rachel and Jones, Aled and Všetečková, Jitka and Faulkner, Alison and Thornton, Alexandra and Cartwright, Martin (2016) Recovery-focused care planning and coordination in England and Wales: a cross-national mixed methods comparative case study. BMC Psychiatry , 16 , (1) , p. 147.

Ho, SY and McElvaney, NG and Balfem, M and Doyle, Frank (2016) Exploring the views of healthcare professionals on increasing smoking cessation advice for patients. RCSI Student Medical Journal , 9 , (1) , pp. 27-32.

Hardiman, Ann-Marie (2015) Physician, heal thyself. Journal of the Irish Dental Association , 61 , (4) , pp. 169-70.

Hardy, Ruth (2015) How good is the social care sector at building an evidence base? Guardian Social Care Network .

Twomey, C and Byrne, M and Leahy, T (2014) Steps towards effective teamworking in community mental health teams. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine , 31 , (1) , pp. 51-59.

Keane, Martin (2012) Service providers accredited in Community Reinforcement Approach. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 40, Winter 2011 , p. 16.

Connolly, D and Leahy, D and Bury, Gerard and Gavin, B and McNicholas, F and Meagher, D and O'Kelly, FD and Wiehe, P and Cullen, Walter (2012) Can general practice help address youth mental health? A retrospective cross-sectional study in Dublin's south inner city. Early Intervention in Psychiatry , 6 , (3) , pp. 332-340.

Carmody, Deirdre and Geoghegan, Noreen and Sheppard, Rose and Keenan, Eamon and O'Connell, M (2011) Drug use in pregnancy: challenges for health care workers. MIDIRS Midwifery Digest , 20 , (4) , pp. 447-450.

Moore, Joan (2010) From Drugnet Europe. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 35, Autumn 2010 , p. 28.

Kelleher, Sean and Cotter, Patrick (2009) A descriptive study on emergency department doctors' and nurses' knowledge and attitudes concerning substance use and substance users. International Emergency Nursing , 17 , (1) , pp. 3-14.

Lambe, Barry and Connolly, Claire and McEvoy, Rachel (2008) The determinants of lifestyle counselling among practice nurses in Ireland. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education , 46 , (3) , pp. 94-99.

Haug, Nancy A and Shopshire, Michael and Tajima, Barbara and Gruber, Valerie and Guydish, Joseph (2008) Adoption of evidence-based practices among substance abuse treatment providers. Journal of Drug Education , 38 , (2) , pp. 181-92.

McLaughlin, DF and McKenna, H and Robinson, Janet and Leslie, JC and Moore, K (2006) Illicit drug users in Northern Ireland: perceptions and experiences of health and social care professionals. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing , 13 , (6) , pp. 682-686.

Bennett, Jennifer and O'Donovan, Diarmuid (2001) Substance misuse among health care workers. Current Opinion in Psychiatry , 14 , pp. 195-199.

McLaughlin, DF (2000) The perceptions and aspirations illicit drug users hold toward health care staff and the care they receive. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing , 7 , (5) , pp. 435-441.

Berry, CB and Crome, IB and Plant, M and Plant, M (2000) Substance misuse amongst anaesthetists in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Anaesthesia , 55 , (10) , 946 -952.

News

[UCD School of Medicine] Irish Street Medicine Symposium 2017. (13 Sep 2017)

[thejournal.ie] Friday night on patrol with a Dublin ambulance crew . (05 Apr 2016)

[Care Appointments] New App for drug and alcohol professionals in Northern Ireland. (06 Oct 2015)

Report

Health Service Executive. (2017) HSE national service plan 2018. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

Health Service Executive. (2017) Improvement knowledge and skills guide. Development Assessment Tool for all staff. Dubiln: Health Service Executive.

Department of Health. (2017) Hepatitis C screening. National clinical guideline no. 15. Summary. Dublin: Department of Health.

Extern. (2017) Pregabalin: Guidance for people working with Pregabalin users. Newtownabbey: Extern.

Cork & Kerry Drug & Alcohol Services. (2017) Case management manual 2015. Cork: Cork & Kerry Drug & Alcohol Services.

Morton, Sarah and O'Reilly, Laura (2016) Community based low threshold substance use services: practitioner approaches and challenges. Dublin: Ballymun Youth Action Project.

Houses of the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Health and Children. (2016) Report on the role of advocacy in health and social care services in Ireland. Dublin: Houses of the Oireachtas.

Nic Gabhainn, Saoirse and D'Eath, M and Keane, Martin and Sixsmith, Jane (2016) Scoping review of case management in the treatment of drug and alcohol misuse, 2003–2013. Dublin: Health Research Board.

National Health & Social Care Professions Office. (2016) Health and social care professions education and development strategy 2016 – 2019. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

Health Information and Quality Authority. (2015) Guidance for providers of health and social care services for children. Communicating in plain English with children and their families. Dublin: Health Information and Quality Authority.

Tusla Child and Family Agency. (2015) Assessment, consultation and therapy service annual report 2014 and service plan 2015. Dublin: Tusla.

Hope, Ann (2015) Research evidence to prevent alcohol-related harm: what communities can do in Ireland. Galway: Galway Healthy Cities: Galway City Alcohol Strategy to Prevent and Reduce Alcohol-Related Harm (2013-2017).

Health Service Executive. (2015) Health service performance report January 2015. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

McMonagle, Helen and Hogan, Mark and Morrissey, Anne Marie and Mills, Fiona and McMonagle, Caroline and Tolan, Sinead and O Domhnaill, Sean and Butler, Mary (2015) Alcohol-related brain injury a guide for professionals. Letterkenny: Alcohol forum.

Tusla Child and Family Agency. (2015) Meitheal toolkit. Tusla.

Health Service Executive. (2014) Health service national service plan 2015. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

Health Information and Quality Authority. (2012) What you should know about data quality. A guide for health and social care staff. Cork: Health Information and Quality Authority.

Office of the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs. (2010) National quality standards framework (NQSF) for youth work. Dublin: Office of the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs.

National Drugs Rehabilitation Implementation Committee. Doyle, Joe and Ivanovic, Jelena (2010) National drugs rehabilitation framework document. Dublin: Health Services Executive.

Butler, Elaine and Smith, Sinéad and Rowley, Conor and Keane, Rory, eds. (2007) A manual in quality standards in substance use education. Ireland: Drug Education Workers Forum.

National Treatment Agency. (2004) Reducing drug-related deaths: guidance for drug treatment providers. London: National Treatment Agency.

Western Health Board. (2004) Wellbeing through groupwork: a manual for facilitators who are promoting health. Galway: Western Health Board.

Derricott, Jon and Preston, Andrew, eds. Mason, Pip and Bennett, Gerald (2004) Promoting safer drinking: a briefing paper for drug workers. London: National Treatment Agency.

Western Health Board. O'Donnell, Edel and McGeehan, Lisa (2003) Health promotion guidelines for health professionals visiting schools. Galway: Western Health Board.

Ireland. Department of Health. (1995) Solvent abuse: a guide for professionals and parents. Dublin: Department of Health.

Evidence resource

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2018) Drug Treatment Matrix cell D2: organisational functioning - generic and cross-cutting issues. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings. 3 p.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2017) Drug Treatment Matrix cell B2: practitioners: generic and cross-cutting issues. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings. 5 p.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2017) Drug Treatment Matrix cell C2: Management/supervision; Generic and cross-cutting issues. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings. 8 p.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2017) Substance use treatment as part of a ‘wrap-around’ package of care. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings. Drug and Alcohol Findings Hot Topic (October-December 2017) 3 p.

Ryan, Sara and Hislop, Jenny and Ziebland, Sue . (2017) Do we all agree what "good health care" looks like? Views from those who are "seldom heard" in health research, policy and service improvement. Wiley. Health Expectations, 20 (5)

Public Health England. (2017) Health Matters: preventing ill health from alcohol and tobacco use. London: Public Health England.

Royal College of Nursing, Association of Nurses in Substance Abuse, National Substance Misuse Non-Medical Prescribing Forum, Public Health England. (2017) Role of nurses in alcohol and drug treatment services. London: Public Health England. 32 p.

WHO Regional Office for Europe. [WHO] (2017) WHO alcohol brief intervention training manual for primary care. Copenhagan: WHO Regional Office for Europe. 117 p.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2017) Drug Treatment Matrix cell B1: practitioners - reducing harm. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings.

Adfam. (2017) When parents take drugs. London: Adfam. 23 p.

Collective Voice, NHS Substance Misuse Provider Alliance. (2017) Improving clinical responses to drug-related deaths. A summary of best practice and innovations from drug treatment providers. London: Collective Voice and the NHS Substance Misuse Provider Alliance.

Clinical Guidelines on Drug Misuse and Dependence Update 2017 Independent Expert Working Group. [Public Health England] (2017) Drug misuse and dependence. UK guidelines on clinical management. London: Department of Health. 317 p.

Christie, Emma [Public Health England] . (2017) Better care for people with co-occurring mental health and alcohol/drug use conditions. A guide for commissioners and service providers. London: Public Health England. 66 p.

Public Health England. (2017) People with learning disabilities: making reasonable adjustments. Guidance: substance abuse. London: Public Health England.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2017) Alcohol matrix cell C5: Management/supervision - safeguarding the community. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings.

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. [NICE] (2017) Liver disease. Quality standard. London: National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2017) Alcohol matrix cell D5: Organisational functioning - safeguarding the community. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings. 4 p.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2017) Alcohol matrix cell B5: Practitioners - safeguarding the community. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings. 4 p.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. [EMCDDA] (2017) EMCDDA Best practice portal. Lisbon: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.

Sumnall, Harry and Hamilton, Ian and Monaghan, Mark . (2017) Novel Psychoactive Substances: important information for health professionals. Oxford: Minervation Ltd. The Mental Elf Blog (3 March 2017)

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2017) Alcohol Matrix cell B4: Practitioners - psychosocial therapies. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings and the Substance Misuse Skills Consortium. 7 p.

Public Health England. (2017) Specialist substance misuse services for young people. A rapid mixed methods evidence review of current provision and main principles for commissioning. London: Public Health England. 22 p.

Warren, Fran [Scottish Government] . (2016) ‘What works’ in drug education and prevention? Edinburgh: Scottish Government. 44 p.

Koivula, Riitta and Tigerstedt, Christoffer and Vilkko, Anni and Kuussaari, Kristiina and Pajala, Satu . (2016) How does older people’s drinking appear in the daily work of home care professionals? De Gruyter. Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 33 (5-6) 537-50.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2016) Alcohol Matrix cell C3: Management/supervision - medical treatment. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings and the Substance Misuse Skills Consortium. 4 p.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2016) Alcohol Matrix cell B3: Practitioners - medical treatment. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings and the Substance Misuse Skills Consortium. 3 p.

Recovery Group UK. (2016) Quality standard frameworks for community treatment. London: Recovery Partnership.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2016) Alcohol Matrix cell B2: Practitioners; generic and cross-cutting issues. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings. 4 p.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2016) Alcohol Matrix cell D2: Organisational functioning; Generic and cross-cutting issues. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings. 4 p.

Platt, Lucy and Melendez-Torres, GJ and O'Donnell, Amy and Bradley, Jennifer and Newbury-Birch, Dorothy and Kaner, Eileen and Ashton, Charlotte [BMJ Open] . (2016) How effective are brief interventions in reducing alcohol consumption: do the setting, practitioner group and content matter? Findings from a systematic review and metaregression analysis. BMJ Publishing. BMJ Open, 6 (e011473) 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-011473

Thom, Betsy and Herring, Rachel and Bayley, Marianna and Hafford-Letchfield, Trish [Alcohol Research UK] . (2016) Delivering alcohol IBA in housing, probation and social work settings: opportunities and constraints. Middlesex: Alcohol Research UK and Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, Middlesex University. 76 p.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2016) Alcohol Matrix cell B1: Practitioners - screening and brief intervention. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2016) Alcohol Matrix cell C1: Management/supervision - screening and brief intervention. Drug and Alcohol Findings. 4 p.

Neale, Joanne and Parkman, Tom and Day, Ed and Drummond, Colin [Alcohol Research UK] . (2016) Frequent attenders to accident and emergency departments: a qualitative study of individuals who repeatedly present with alcohol-related health conditions. London: Alcohol Research UK. 5 p. Alcohol Insight Number 0134

NHS England. (2016) Improving the physical health of people with serious mental illness. A practical toolkit. London: NHS England. 23 p. Gateway ref no. 04999

Drug and Alcohol Findings, Substance Misuse Skills Consortium. (2016) Alcohol Matrix cell A1: Interventions - screening and brief intervention. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings and the Substance Misuse Skills Consortium.

Moriarty, Jo and Manthorpe, Jill . (2016) The effectiveness of social work with adults. A systematic scoping review. London: King’s College London. 51 p.

Carter, Meredith and Moreton, Jane [VAADA] . (2016) Capacity building & change management. A guide for community services. Victoria: Victorian Anti & Drug Association. 57 p.

Davis, June and Lovegrove, Mary . (2016) Inclusion health: education and training for health professionals. Executive summary. London: Department of Health. 20 p.

Breckon, Jonathan and Roberts, Isobel . (2016) Using research evidence: a practice guide. London: Nesta and Alliance for Useful Evidence. 58 p.

Murdoch, Jim and Jiricka, Vaclav . (2016) A handbook for prison staff with focus on the prevention of ill-treatment in prison. Brussels: Council of Europe. 92 p.

Marel, Christina and Mills, Katherine L and Kingston, Rosemary and Gournay, Kevin and Deady, Mark and Kay-Lambkin, Frances and Baker, Amanda and Teesson, Maree [NDARC] . (2016) Guidelines on the management of co-occurring alcohol and other drug and mental health conditions in alcohol and other drug treatment settings. Sydney: Australia: Centre of Research Excellence in Mental Health and Substance Use, National Drug and Alcohol. 446 p.

European Drug Prevention Quality Standards. (2015) European Drug Prevention Quality Standards (EDPQS) toolkits to support quality in prevention.

No One Left Out: Solutions Ltd. [MEAM] (2015) Creating a psychologically informed environment. implementation and assessment. London: Westminster City Council. 17 p.

Drug and Alcohol Findings, Substance Misuse Skills Consortium. (2015) Alcohol Matrix cell D1: Organisational functioning - Screening and brief intervention. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings and the Substance Misuse Skills Consortium.

Social Care Institute for Excellence. (2015) Co-production in social care: what it is and how to do it. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence.

McEvoy, Olivia . (2015) A practical guide to including seldom-heard children and young people in decision making. Dublin: Government Publications. 204 p.

Public Health England. (2015) Health matters: smoking and quitting in England. London: Public Health England.

Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse. [CCSA] (2015) Competencies for the youth substance use prevention workforce: youth substance use competencies report. Ottawa: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse. 34 p.

Health Service Executive. (2015) Health A-Z. Drug misuse. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

Dillon, Lucy and Guiney, Ciara and Farragher, Louise and McCarthy, Anne and Long, Jean . (2015) Suicide prevention: an evidence review 2015. Dublin: Health Research Board. 119 p.

Abercrombie, Rob and Harries, Ellen and Wharton, Rachel . (2015) Systems change: a guide to what it is and how to do it. London: New Philanthropy Capital. 45 p.

NHS Choices. (2015) The effects of drugs. London: NHS Choices.

Miller, Robin and Freeman, Tim and Davidson, Deborah and Glasby, Jon [Social Care Institute for Excellence] . (2015) An adult social care compendium of approaches and tools for organisational change. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence. 136 p.

Substance Misuse Skills Consortium. [Public Health England] (2015) Peer support toolkit. London: Substance Misuse Skills Consortium. 25 p.

International HIV/AIDS Alliance, Harm Reduction International, Save the Children, Youth RISE. (2015) Step by step toolkit. Preparing for work with children and young people who inject drugs. London: International HIV/AIDS Alliance. 52 p.

Manning, Joanna and Horst, Caroline . (2015) Help me understand. London: The Children's Society.

Galvani, Sarah and Livingston, Wulf and Morgan, Hannah and Wadd, Sarah [Alcohol Research UK] . (2014) Substance use and sight loss: a guide for professionals. London: Alcohol Research UK. 123 p. Alcohol insight number 118

Drug and Alcohol Findings, Substance Misuse Skills Consortium. (2014) Drug matrix cell C5: Management/supervision - safeguarding the community. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings and the Substance Misuse Skills Consortium.

Drug and Alcohol Findings, Substance Misuse Skills Consortium. (2014) Drug matrix cell B5: Practitioners - safeguarding the community. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings.

Drug and Alcohol Findings, Substance Misuse Skills Consortium. (2014) Drug matrix cell D5: Organisational functioning - safeguarding the community. Drug and Alcohol Findings and the Substance Misuse Skills Consortium.

Drug and Alcohol Findings, Substance Misuse Skills Consortium. (2014) Drug Matrix cell B4: Practitioners - psychosocial therapies. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings and the Substance Misuse Skills Consortium.

Drug and Alcohol Findings, Substance Misuse Skills Consortium. (2014) Drug Matrix cell C4: Management/supervision - psychosocial therapies. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings and the Substance Misuse Skills Consortium.

Drug and Alcohol Findings, Substance Misuse Skills Consortium. (2014) Drug Matrix cell D4: Organisational functioning - psychosocial therapies. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings and the Substance Misuse Skills Consortium.

Drug and Alcohol Findings, Substance Misuse Skills Consortium. (2014) Drug Matrix cell E3: Treatment systems - medical treatment. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings and the Substance Misuse Skills Consortium.

Scottish Goverment. [Scottish Government] (2014) The quality principles: standard expectations of care and support in drug and alcohol services. Edinburgh: Scottish Government. 26 p.

Drug and Alcohol Findings, Substance Misuse Skills Consortium. (2014) Drug Matrix cell E2: Treatment systems - Generic and cross-cutting issues. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings and the Substance Misuse Skills Consortium.

Drug and Alcohol Findings, Substance Misuse Skills Consortium. (2014) Drug Matrix cell A3: Interventions - medical treatment. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings and the Substance Misuse Skills Consortium.

Drug and Alcohol Findings, Substance Misuse Skills Consortium. (2014) Drug Matrix cell B3: Practitioners - medical treatment. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings and the Substance Misuse Skills Consortium.

Drug and Alcohol Findings, Substance Misuse Skills Consortium. (2014) Drug Matrix cell C3: Management/supervision - medical treatment. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings and the Substance Misuse Skills Consortium.

National Substance Misuse Non-Medical Prescribing Forum. [Public Health England] (2014) Non-medical prescribing in the management of substance misuse. London: Public Health England. 25 p. PHE publications gateway number: 2014205

Alcohol and Drug Education and Prevention Information Service. [Mentor ADEPSIS] (2014) Efficient needs assessment in schools. London: Mentor ADEPSIS. 6 p. Alcohol and drug prevention briefing paper.

Public Health England. (2014) A framework for personalised care and population health for nurses, midwives, health visitors and allied health professionals. London: Department of Health. 82 p.

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. [NICE] (2014) Drug misuse overview. London: National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. NICE Pathways

National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. [NDARC] (2014) Supporting pregnant women who use alcohol or other drugs - a guide for primary health care professionals. Sydney: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. 32 p.

Adfam. [Mentor ADEPSIS] (2013) Identifying and supporting children affected by parental substance misuse – Resource for schools. London: Mentor ADEPSIS. 11 p.

NHS Choices. (2013) Addiction overview. London: NHS Choices.

van Ginneken, Nadja and Tharyan, Prathap and Lewin, Simon and Rao, Girish N and Meera, SM and Plan, Jessica and Chandrashekar, Sudha and Patel, Vikram [The Cochrane Library] . (2013) Non-specialist health worker interventions for the care of mental, neurological and substance-abuse disorders in low- and middle-income countries. London: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 11 Art. No.: CD009149. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD009149.pub2

NHS Choices. (2013) Alcohol misuse overview. London: NHS Choices.

[Drug and Alcohol Findings] (2012) Effectiveness Bank Bulletin [Training to reduce burn-out amongst staff]. Drug and Alcohol Findings. Drug and Alcohol Findings, 09 Aug

Ryan, Olivia and Murphy, Deena and Krom, Laurie [ATTC Network] . (2012) Vital signs: Taking the pulse of the addiction treatment profession. Kansas City, MO: Addiction Technology Transfer Center National Office in residence at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. 145 p.

Health Information and Quality Authority. [HIQA] (2012) National standards for safer better healthcare. Dublin: Health Information and Quality Authority. 168 p.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (2011) EMCDDA manuals no 7. European drug prevention quality standards. A manual for prevention professionals. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.

World Health Organization. [WHO] (2010) ATLAS on substance use (2010). Resources for the prevention and treatment of substance use disorders. Geneva: World Health Organization. 138 p.

World Health Organization. [WHO] (2010) mhGAP intervention guide for mental, neurological and substance use disorders in non-specialized health settings. Geneva: WHO. 107 p.

Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse. (2010) Competencies for Canada’s substance abuse workforce. Ottawa: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse. 14 p.

Roche, Ann Marie and Pidd, Ken [NCETA] . (2010) Alcohol and other drugs workforce development issues and imperatives: setting the scene. Adelaide: National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction. 129 p.

Booth, Andrew and Purdy, Rowan and Ward, Sandra and Lindsay, Dion [Social Care Institute for Excellence] . (2010) eLearning: Managing knowledge to improve social care. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence.

NIDA-SAMHSA Blending Initiative. [Addiction Technology Transfer Research Center] (2009) Buprenorphine treatment: a training for multidisciplinary addiction professionals.

Skills for Care and Development. [Substance Misuse Skills Hub] (2009) Health and social care: National occupational standards. Leeds: Skills for Care and Development. 1041 p.

[SAMHSA, US] (2009) Implementing change in substance abuse treatment programs. Rockville, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. 72 p. Technical Assistance Publication (TAP) Series 31

Simpson, D Dwayne and Flynn, Patrick and Joe, George and Lehman, Wayne [Institute of Behavioral Research, TCU] . (2009) Organizational readiness for change. Fort Worth: Texas Christian University. Institute of Behavioral Research.

Zutshi, Harry and McDonnell, Frank and Leay, David [Skills for Care] . (2007) Providing effective supervision. A workforce development tool, including a unit of competence and supporting guidance. London: Skills for Care and the Children's Workforce Development Council. 44 p.

Hesse, Morten and Vanderplasschen, Wouter and Rapp, Richard and Broekaert, Eric and Fridell, Mats [The Cochrane Library] . (2007) Case management for persons with substance use disorders (withdrawn review). London: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (4) DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD006265.pub2

Whitter, Melanie [ATTC Network] . (2006) Strengthening professional identity: challenges of the addictions treatment workforce. A framework for discussion. Rockville, MD: Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. 96 p.

Skinner, Natalie and Roche, Ann Marie and O'Connor, John J and Polard, Yvette and Todd, Chelsea [NCETA] . (2005) Workforce development 'TIPS' (theory into practice strategies): a resource kit for the alcohol and other drugs field. Adelaide: National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction. 62 p.

National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction. [NCETA] (2005) Clinical supervision resource kit for the alcohol and other drugs field. Adelaide: National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction.

National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) Consortium. [NCETA] (2004) Alcohol and other drugs: a handbook for health professionals. Canberra: Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing. 319 p.

Kadden, Ronald M and Kathleen, Carroll and Donovan, Dennis M and Cooney, Ned L. and Monti, Peter M and Abrams, David B and Litt, Mark and Hester, Reid K [National Treatment Agency (UK)] . (2003) Cognitive behavioural coping skills therapy manual: a clinical research guide for therapists treating individuals with alcohol abuse and dependence,. Maryland: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. 120 p. Project MATCH Monograph Series, Volume 3

McDonald, Joanne [NCETA] . (2002) Mentoring: an age old strategy for a rapidly expanding field. A what, why and how primer for the alcohol and other drugs field. Adelaide: National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction. 9 p.

Roche, Ann Marie and Skinner, Joanne, eds. [NCETA] (2001) Systems, settings, people: workforce development. Adelaide: National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction.

Gowing, Linda [NCETA] . (2001) Evidence-based practice: From concepts to reality. Adelade: National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction. 10 p.

Dail Debates

[Oireachtas] Assaults on Emergency Workers Bill 2012: Second Stage. (05 Oct 2012)

Book

Byrne, Michael, ed. (2015) How to conduct research for service improvement: a guidebook for health and social care professionals. Tullamore: Health Service Executive .

Keene, Jan (1997) Drug misuse: prevention, harm minimisation and treatment. London: Chapman and Hall .

Friedman, Lawrence S and Fleming, Nicholas F and Roberts, David H and Hyman, Steven E, eds. (1996) Sourcebook of substance abuse and addiction. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins .

Conference or Workshop Item

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.

Thesis

Bradshaw, Paula May (2005) A comparative study of healthcare professionals' attitudes towards clients with dual diagnosis. MSc thesis, Dublin City University.

Harding, Steve (2002) Education officers as policy networkers? MSc thesis, Trinity College Dublin.

Video

Drugs.ie. (2015) Naloxone demonstration project.

Teaching Resource

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education. (2014) Learning tool: anxiety disorders. London: National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.

McGovern, Mark P and Mueser, Kim T and Hamblen, Jessica L and Jankowski, Kay (2010) Cognitive behavioral therapy for PTSD: a program for addiction professionals. Hazelden.

National Youth Council of Ireland. (2009) Access all areas. A diversity toolkit for the youth work sector. National Youth Council of Ireland.

Other

Royal College of Psychiatrists. (2010) Alcohol, drugs and addictions leaflet. Royal College of Psychiatrists, London.

Progression Routes Initiative. (2010) QuADs (quality standards in alcohol and drugs services) support project. Progression Routes Initiative, Dublin.

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