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Williams, Roger and Alexander, Graeme and Armstrong, Iain and Baker, Alastair and Bhala, Neeraj and Camps-Walsh, Ginny and Cramp, Matthew E and de Lusignan, Simon and Day, Natalie and Dhawan, Anil and Dillon, John and Drummond, Colin and Dyson, Jessica and Foster, Graham and Gilmore, Ian and Hudson, Mark and Kelly, Deirdre and Langford, Andrew and McDougall, Neil and Meier, Petra and Moriarty, Kieran and Newsome, Philip and O'Grady, John and Pryke, Rachel and Rolfe, Liz and Rice, Peter and Rutter, Harry and Sheron, Nick and Taylor, Alison and Thompson, Jeremy and Thorburn, Douglas and Verne, Julia and Wass, John and Yeoman, Andrew (2017) Disease burden and costs from excess alcohol consumption, obesity, and viral hepatitis: fourth report of the Lancet Standing Commission on Liver Disease in the UK. Lancet , Early online .

Dillon, Lucy (2017) Drug misuse prevention – NICE guideline. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 62, Summer 2017 , p. 22.

Kimergård, Andreas and Foley, Michelle and Davey, Zoe and Dunne, Jacklyn and Drummond, Colin and Deluca, Paolo (2017) Codeine use, dependence and help-seeking behaviour in the UK and Ireland: an online cross-sectional survey. QJM , 110 , (9) , pp. 559-564.

Dillon, Lucy (2016) New psychoactive substances: legislative changes in the UK. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 59, Autumn 2016 , pp. 8-9.

Moriarty, John and McVicar, Duncan and Higgins, Kathryn (2016) Cross-section and panel estimates of peer effects in early adolescent cannabis use: With a little help from my 'friends once removed'. Social Science & Medicine , 163 , pp. 37-44.

Roberts, Amanda and Coid, Jeremy and King, Robert and Murphy, Raegan and Turner, John and Bowden-Jones, Henrietta and Palmer Du Preez, Katie and Landon, Jason (2016) Gambling and violence in a nationally representative sample of UK men. Addiction , Accepted Article .

Davoren, Martin P and Demant, Jakob and Shiely, Frances and Perry, Ivan J (2016) Alcohol consumption among university students in Ireland and the United Kingdom from 2002 to 2014: a systematic review. BMC Public Health , 16 , (1) , p. 173.

Brown, Katherine (2016) Association between alcohol sports sponsorship and consumption: a systematic review. Alcohol and Alcoholism , 51 , (6) , pp. 747-755.

Foley, Michelle and Carney, Tara and Rich, Eileen and Parry, Charles and Van Hout, Marie Claire and Deluca, Paolo (2016) Medical professionals' perspectives on prescribed and over-the-counter medicines containing codeine: a cross-sectional study. BMJ Open , 6 , (7) , e011725.

Williams, Roger and Ashton, Kathryn and Aspinall, Richard and Bellis, Mark A. and Bosanquet, Joanne and Carmp, Matthew E and Day, Natalie and Dhawan, Anil and Dillon, John and Dyson, Jessica and Ferguson, James and Foster, Graham and Gilmore, Ian and Glynn, Michael and Guthrie, J Ashley and Hudson, Mark and Kelly, Deirdre and Langford, Andrew and Newsome, Philip and O'Grady, John and et al, . (2015) Implementation of the Lancet Standing Commission on Liver Disease in the UK. The Lancet , 386 , (10008) , pp. 2098-2111.

Jurk, Sarah and Kuitunen-Paul, Sören and Kroemer, Nils B and Artiges, Eric and Banaschewski, Tobias and Bokde, Arun L W and Büchel, Christian and Conrod, Patricia and Fauth-Bühler, Mira and Flor, Herta and Frouin, Vincent and Gallinat, Jürgen and Garavan, Hugh and Heinz, Andreas and Mann, Karl F and Nees, Frauke and Paus, Tomáš and Pausova, Zdenka and Poustka, Luise and Rietschel, Marcella and Schumann, Gunter and Struve, Maren and Smolka, Michael N (2015) Personality and substance use: psychometric evaluation and validation of the Substance Use Risk Profile Scale (SURPS) in English, Irish, French, and German adolescents. Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research , 39 , (11) , pp. 2234-2248.

Rao, Rahul and Schofield, Peter and Ashworth, Mark (2015) Alcohol use, socioeconomic deprivation and ethnicity in older people. BMJ Open , 5 , (8) , e007525.

Hummel, Karin and Nagelhout, Gera E and Willemsen, Marc C and Driezen, Pete and Springvloet, Linda and Mons, Ute and Kunst, Anton E and Guignard, Romain and Allwright, Shane and van den Putte, Bas and Hoving, Ciska and Fong, Geoffrey T and McNeill, Ann and Siahpush, Mohammad and Vries, Hein de (2015) Trends and socioeconomic differences in policy triggers for thinking about quitting smoking: Findings from the International Tobacco Control (ITC) Europe Surveys. Drug and Alcohol Dependence , 155 , pp. 154-162.

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

O'Keefe, Linda M and Kearney, Patricia M and McCarthy, Fergus P and Khashan, Ali S and Greene, Richard A and North, Robyn A and Poston, Lucilla and McCowan, Lesley ME and Baker, Philip N and Dekker, Gus A and Walker, James J and Taylor, Rennae S and Kenny, Louise C (2015) Prevalence and predictors of alcohol use during pregnancy: findings from international multicentre cohort studies. BMJ Open , 5 , (7) , e006323.

Cullen, KJ and Hope, VD and Croxford, S and Shute, J and Ncube, F and Parry, JV (2015) Factors associated with recently acquired hepatitis C virus infection in people who inject drugs in England, Wales and Northern Ireland: new findings from an unlinked anonymous monitoring survey. Epidemiology and Infection , 143 , (7) , pp. 1398-407.

Gage, Suzanne H and Hickman, Matthew and Heron, Jon and Munafo, Marcus R and Lewis, Glyn and Macleod, John and Zammit, Stanley (2015) Associations of cannabis and cigarette use with depression and anxiety at age 18: findings from the Avon longitudinal study of parents and children. PLoS ONE , 10 , (4) .

O'Kelly, F and Manecksha, RP and O'Flynn, K and Quinlan, DM and Speakman, M and Thornhill, JA (2015) Rates of self-reported burnout amongst urologists in Ireland and the United Kingdom-a comparative cohort study. European Urology , 14 , (2) .

Murphy, O C and Kelleher, Cecily and Malone, Kevin (2015) Demographic trends in suicide in the UK and Ireland 1980–2010. Irish Journal of Medical Science , 184 , (1) , pp. 227-235.

Way, Michael and McQuillin, Andrew and Saini, Jit and Ruparelia, Kush and Lydall, Gregory J and Guerrini, Irene and Ball, David and Smith, Iain and Quadri, Giorgia and Thomson, Allan D and Kasiakogia-Worlley, Katherine and Cherian, Raquin and Gunwardena, Priyanthi and Rao, Harish and Kottalgi, Girija and Patel, Shamir and Hillman, Audrey and Douglas, Ewen and Qureshi, Sherhzad Y and Reynolds, Gerry and Jauhar, Sameer and O'Kane, Aideen and Dedman, Alex and Sharp, Sally and Kandaswamy, Radhika and Dar, Karim and Curtis, David and Morgan, Marsha Y and Gurling, Hugh M D (2015) Genetic variants in or near ADH1B and ADH1C affect susceptibility to alcohol dependence in a British and Irish population. Addiction Biology , 20 , (3) , pp. 594-604.

Durgahee, S and Allen, Gregory and Williams, H (2014) The ‘G’ men: a profile of GBL/GHB users in an area of high drug-related mortality. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine , 31 , (4) , pp. 275-280.

Nfila, G and Lee, S and Binchy, J (2014) Impact of new UK paracetamol overdose guidelines on patients presenting to the emergency department. Irish Medical Journal , 107 , (2) , p. 47.

Holmes, John and Meng, Yang and Meier, Petra and Brennan, Alan and Angus, Colin and Campbell-Burton, Alexia and Guo, Yelan and Hill-McManus, Daniel and Purshouse, Robin C (2014) Effects of minimum unit pricing for alcohol on different income and socioeconomic groups: a modelling study. The Lancet , 383 , (9929) , pp. 1655-1664.

Sheron, Nick and Chilcott, Fern and Matthews, Laura and Challoner, Ben and Thomas, Maria (2014) Impact of minimum price per unit of alcohol on patients with liver disease in UK. Clinical Medicine , 14 , (4) , pp. 1-7.

Singh, Ilina and Bard, Imre and Jackson, Jonathan (2014) Robust resilience and substantial interest: A survey of pharmacological cognitive enhancement among university students in the UK and Ireland. PLoS ONE , 9 , (10) , e105969.

Pike, Brigid (2013) Drugs: breaking the cycle. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 45, Spring 2013 , p. 6.

Malone, Kevin and Quinlivan, L and Grant, T and Kelleher, Cecily C (2013) Ageing towards 21 as a risk factor for young adult suicide in the UK and Ireland. Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences , 22 , (3) , pp. 263-267.

British Medical Journal. (2013) Alcohol marketing: grooming the next generation. British Medical Journal , 346 , (7898) , p. 1227.

Holloway, Aisha S and Webster, Brian J (2013) Alcohol education and training in pre-registration nursing: A national survey to determine curriculum content in the United Kingdom (UK). Nurse Education Today , 33 , (9) , pp. 992-997.

Chappell, Lucy C and Seed, Paul T and Myers, Jenny and Taylor, Rennae S and Kenny, Louise C and Dekker, Gustaaf A and Walker, James J and McCowan, Lesley ME and North, Robyn A and Poston, Lucilla (2013) Exploration and confirmation of factors associated with uncomplicated pregnancy in nulliparous women: prospective cohort study. BMJ (Clinical Research ed.) , 347 , f6398.

Pike, Brigid (2012) British–Irish Council discusses recovery from problem drug use. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 41, Spring 2012 , p. 9.

Sheron, Nick and Gilmore, Ian and Parsons, Camille and Hawkey, Chris (2012) Projections of alcohol-related deaths in England and Wales—tragic toll or potential prize? The Lancet , 379 , (9817) , pp. 687-688.

Marongiu, Andrea and Hope, Vivian D and Parry, John V and Ncube, Fortune (2012) Male IDUs who have sex with men in England, Wales and Northern Ireland: are they at greater risk of bloodborne virus infection and harm than those who only have sex with women? Sexually Transmitted Infections , 88 , (6) , pp. 456-461.

Butler, Shane (2012) Policy proposals for reducing alcohol-related harm: comparing and contrasting recent British and Irish policy documents. Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy , 19 , (5) , pp. 365-367.

Pike, Brigid (2011) Organising drug users: insights from Britain. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 37, Spring 2011 , p. 6.

Schütze, Madlen and Boeing, Heiner and Pischon, Tobias and Rehm, Jürgen and Kehoe, Tara and Gmel, Gerrit and Olsen, Anja and Tjønneland, Anne M and Dahm, Christina C and Overvad, Kim and Clavel-Chapelon, Françoise and Boutron-Ruault, Marie-Christine and Trichopoulou, Antonia and Benetou, Vasiliki and Zylis, Dimosthenis and Kaaks, Rudolf and Rohrmann, Sabine and Palli, Domenico and Berrino, Franco and Tumino, Rosario (2011) Alcohol attributable burden of incidence of cancer in eight European countries based on results from prospective cohort study. British Medical Journal , 342 , (d1584) .

Williamson, Laura (2011) NICE but needy: English guidance on managing alcohol dependence is not backed up by Government alcohol policy. Alcohol and Alcoholism , 46 , (6) , pp. 647-650.

Keane, Martin (2011) UK expert group reports on recovery-oriented treatment. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 39, Autumn 2011 , pp. 17-18.

Hawton, K and Bergen, Helen and Simkin, Sue and Arensman, Ella and Corcoran, Paul and Cooper, Jayne and Waters, Keith and Gunnell, David and Kapur, Nav (2011) Impact of different pack sizes of paracetamol in the United Kingdom and Ireland on intentional overdoses: a comparative study. BMC Public Health , 11 , (460) .

Barrowclough, Christine and Haddock, Gillian and Wykes, Til and Beardmore, Ruth and Conrod, Patricia and Craig, Tom and Davies, Linda and Dunn, Graham and Eisner, Emily and Lewis, Shon and Moring, Jan and Steel, Craig and Tarrier, Nicholas (2010) Integrated motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioural therapy for people with psychosis and comorbid substance misuse: randomised controlled trial. British Medical Journal , 341 , (c6325) .

Health Research Board. Alcohol and Drug Research Unit. (2010) Anthrax outbreak in heroin users in the UK and Germany. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 33, Spring 2010 , p. 26.

The Editor. (2010) What should be done about mephedrone? BMJ , 340 , p. 1605.

Pike, Brigid (2010) British–Irish Council summit discusses illicit drugs. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 32, Winter 2009 , p. 7.

Keane, Martin (2010) Blueprint drugs education: findings from an evaluation. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 32, Winter 2009 , p. 19.

McCreaddie, May (2010) Routines and rituals: a grounded theory of the pain management of drug users in acute care settings. Journal of Clinical Nursing , 19 , pp. 2730-2740.

Bellis, Mark A and Phillips-Howard, Penelope A and Hughes, Karen and Hughes, Sarah and Cook, Penny A and Morleo, Michela and Hannon, Kerin and Smallthwaite, Linda and Jones, Lisa (2009) Teenage drinking, alcohol availability and pricing: a cross-sectional study of risk and protective factors for alcohol-related harms in school children. BMC Public Health , 9 , (380) .

O'Grady, MJ and Hopewell, J and White, Martin J (2009) Management of neonatal abstinence syndrome: a national survey and review of practice. Archives of Disease in Childhood. , 94 , (4) , F249-52.

Rogers, G and Elston, J and Garside, R and Roome, C and Taylor, R and Younger, P and Zawada, A and Somerville, M (2009) The harmful health effects of recreational ecstasy: a systematic review of observational evidence. Health Technology Assessment , 13 , (6) , xii-338.

Pike, Brigid (2009) British–Irish Council meeting on drug misuse. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 29, Spring 2009 , p. 11.

Ystgaard, Mette and Arensman, Ella and Hawton, K and Madge, Nicola and van Heeringen, Kees and Hewitt, Anthea and Jan de Wilde, Erik and De Leo, Diego and Fekete, Sandor (2009) Deliberate self-harm in adolescents: Comparison between those who receive help following self-harm and those who do not. Journal of Adolescence , 32 , (4) , pp. 875-891.

Connolly, Johnny (2009) Cannabis again reclassified in the UK. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 29, Spring 2009 , pp. 9-10.

Mongan, Deirdre (2008) Tackling alcohol misuse in the UK. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 27, Autumn 2008 , pp. 5-6.

Pike, Brigid (2008) Drug misuse and the family discussed at BIC meeting. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 25, Spring 2008 , p. 9.

Pike, Brigid (2007) Civil society calls for new directions for UK drug policy. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 23, Autumn 2007 , p. 6.

Mongan, Deirdre (2007) 2007 National Drug Treatment Conference. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 22, Summer 2007 , p. 16.

Pike, Brigid (2006) British-Irish Council: Misuse of Drugs Sectoral Group decides 2006 programme. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 17, Spring 2006 , p. 16.

Strecher, Victor J and Shiffman, Saul and West, Robert (2006) Moderators and mediators of a Web-based computer-tailored smoking cessation program among nicotine patch users. Nicotine & Tobacco Research , 8 , (Supp 1) , S95-S101.

Keane, Martin (2004) Drug use among marginalised young men. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 11, June 2004 , p. 6.

Sinclair, Hamish (2004) Binge drinking and drinking-related harm: a European comparison. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 10, March 2004 , p. 7.

Connolly, Johnny (2004) Reclassification of cannabis in the UK. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 10, March 2004 , p. 8.

Wright, Nat and Tompkins, Charlotte NE (2004) Case for supervised injecting centres is strong. BMJ , 328 .

McCambridge, Jim and Conlon, Paul and Keaney, F and Wanigaratne, Shamil and Strang, John (2004) Patterns of alcohol consumption and problems among the Irish in London: A preliminary comparison of pub drinkers in London and Dublin. Addiction Research & Theory , 12 , (4) , pp. 373-38.

Brett, Moira M and Hallas, Gill and Mpamugo, Obioma (2004) Wound botulism in the UK and Ireland. Journal of Medical Microbiology , 53 , (6) , pp. 555-561.

Fleming, Glenda F and McElnay, James C and Hughes, Carmel M (2003) The separation of codeine from nonprescription combination analgesic products. Substance Use & Misuse , 38 , (9) , pp. 1217-1226.

WHO Assist Working Group. (2002) The Alcohol, Smoking and Substance Involvement Screening Test (ASSIST): development, reliability and feasibility. Addiction , 97 , (9) , pp. 1183-1194.

Bean, Philip (2002) Drug treatment courts, British style: the drug treatment court movement in Britain. Substance Use & Misuse , 37 , (12 & 13) , 1595- 1614.

Fleming, Glenda F and McElnay, James C and Hughes, Carmel M and Sheridan, Janie and Strang, John (2001) The role of the community pharmacist in drug abuse: a comparison of service provision between Northern Ireland and England/Wales. Pharmacy World & Science , 23 , (1) , pp. 13-16.

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.

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Brown, AJ Leigh and Lobidel, D and Wade, CM and Rebus, S and Phillips, AN and Brettle, RP and France, AJ and Leen, CS and McMenamin, J and McMillan, A and Maw, RD and Mulcahy, Fiona and Robertson, JR and Sankar, KN and Scott, G and Wyld, R and Peutherer, JF (1997) The molecular epidemiology of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 in six cities in Britain and Ireland. Virology , 235 , (1) , pp. 166-177.

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News

[The Guardian] , Campbell, Denis Only one in 10 Britons know alcohol causes cancer, survey finds. (08 Jan 2018)

[thejournal.ie] , Finn, Christina Man develops liver injury after following advice of alternative medicine practitioner. (03 Jan 2018)

[thejournal.ie] , Russell, Cliodhna Growing size of wine glasses contributing to rising levels of drinking. (14 Dec 2017)

[Independent.ie] , O'Regan, Eilish Timetable for introduction of cheap alcohol ban 'uncertain' despite UK ruling. (16 Nov 2017)

[thejournal.ie] , Woods, Killian Ryanair wants UK airports to restrict alcohol sales after a spike in boozy travellers. (15 Aug 2017)

Press Association. [Irish Times] E-cigarettes ‘far safer’ than smoking, say health experts. (07 Feb 2017)

[Independent.ie] , von Radowitz, John Gamblers' brain activity resembles patterns in drug addicts - research shows. (03 Jan 2017)

[Cancer research UK] UK 135,000 alcohol-related cancer deaths predicted by 2035. (18 Nov 2016)

[Independent.ie] , Knapton, Sarah Two hours of exercise a week can offset perils of alcohol. (08 Sep 2016)

[thejournal.ie] People are risking their lives making super-strength cannabis in the UK. (05 Aug 2016)

[The Guardian] , Gayle, Damien Drinkers urged to think about risks as alcohol-related deaths rocket. [UK]. (03 Feb 2016)

[Irish Examiner] , Wilkinson, Ryan Think red wine is good for your health? Think again,. (08 Jan 2016)

[Independent.ie] , Harriss, Dominic UK: New year revellers warned over deadly fake alcoholic drinks. (28 Dec 2015)

[LSE ideas] Shifting drug strategies in Ireland and the UK. (29 Oct 2015)

Press Association. [Independent.ie] Two in five people 'find drug-taking at dance events off-putting' [UK]. (15 Oct 2015)

[UK Department of Health and Public Health England] UK Smoking in cars with children banned from today. (01 Oct 2015)

[Public Health England] UK: Recovering alcohol and drug users leading service planning. (07 Sep 2015)

[Belfastlive] , Grant, Rob One in six Northern Irish drug users "share needles", survey claims. (22 Jul 2015)

[Merrionstreet.ie] Taoiseach to host 24th British-Irish Council Summit. (19 Jun 2015)

[Irish Medical Times] UK should follow Ireland with labels. (12 May 2015)

[Independent UK] , Troup Buchanan, Rose Laughing gas: How dangerous is 'hippie crack', why is it legal and what are the effects? (15 Apr 2015)

AFP. [thejournal.ie] Beaten to the finish-line? Britain plans to have plain-pack smokes on the shelves next year. (16 Mar 2015)

[Irish Examiner] , Leogue, Joe Unit pricing of alcohol ‘better’ than low-cost selling. (05 Feb 2015)

[RTE News] Study: 50% of children link beer brands to sports. (05 Feb 2015)

[Irish Examiner Breaking News] UK trialling outdoor smokefree zones. (02 Feb 2015)

Press Association. [Independent.ie] Drink choice 'linked to location'. (08 Jan 2015)

[Independent.ie] , Rush, James UK: Drinking while pregnant could become a crime in historic case. (05 Nov 2014)

[Irish Examiner] , Pickover, Ella E-cigarettes ‘could save thousands of lives’. (05 Sep 2014)

[thejournal.ie] , Ryan, Nicky Poll: Would you be willing to pay a ‘treatment tax’ on alcohol? (18 Aug 2014)

[thejournal.ie] , Sheils McNamee, Michael Deaths from ‘legal highs’ in UK could surpass those from heroin by 2016. (18 Aug 2014)

[Independent.ie] UK does not 'park' its heroin addicts on methadone. (10 Aug 2014)

[Public Health England] PHE: Standardised packaging can save lives and boost local economies. (06 Aug 2014)

[Alcohol Action Ireland] Harmful drinkers would be affected 200 times more than low risk drinkers if a Minimum Unit Price was introduced. (01 Aug 2014)

[irishhealth.com] , Condon, Deborah Memory warning for middle-aged drinkers. (01 Aug 2014)

[irishhealth.com] , Condon, Deborah Two questions could ID problem drinkers. (08 Jul 2014)

British Irish Council. [British Irish Council] Ministerial meeting of the sectoral group on the misuse of substances. (27 Jun 2014)

[Irish Examiner] , Ring, Evelyn and von Radowitz, John E-cigarettes can boost quitting success by 60%. (21 May 2014)

[thejournal.ie] Scientists want to figure out the best way to use codeine – without getting addicted to it. (05 Apr 2014)

[The Telegraph] Hidden levels of sugar in alcohol revealed. (29 Mar 2014)

United Kingdom. Department of Transport. [gov.uk] [UK] Public approval for driving limits for 16 drugs. (27 Mar 2014)

[Irish Examiner] , Ring, Evelyn Two units of alcohol a week risks foetus. (11 Mar 2014)

[thejournal.ie] 860 fewer people would be killed by alcohol every year if minimum pricing was introduced. (10 Feb 2014)

[Independent.ie] , O'Regan, Eilish Minimum price rule for alcohol 'would help to reduce deaths'. (10 Feb 2014)

[Irish Examiner] , von Radowitz, John Study finds heavy drinking link to memory loss. (16 Jan 2014)

[BBC News Online] UK opts out of EU 'legal highs' plan. (14 Jan 2014)

[Irish Independent] , Harkin, Greg Mum's drug plea as son dies from 'legal high' in UK. (25 Oct 2013)

[Irish Independent] , O'Regan, Eilish 25pc rise in strokes among young due to bad lifestyles. (25 Oct 2013)

[Irish Independent] , Diaz, Alex 'Hard drugs should be legal', says top English police officer. (29 Sep 2013)

[Irish Examiner Breaking News] Many heavy drinkers believe they drink only 'socially', expert claims. (16 Aug 2013)

[Irish Independent] , Barrett, David UK rail companies ban e-cigarettes from trains and stations. (12 Aug 2013)

[Irish Independent] , Saul, Heather The video that shows why trains and booze don't mix. (01 Aug 2013)

[Alcohol Concern] [England/Wales]: A public health disaster as the Government bins minimum unit pricing. (17 Jul 2013)

Royal College of Psychiatrists. [Royal College of Psychiatrists] Stimulant medication for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ‘protects against substance use disorders’. (12 Jul 2013)

[Telegraph, UK] , Mason, Rowena and Kirkup, James Conservatives retreat over minimum price on alcohol. (12 Jul 2013)

[Irish Examiner Breaking News] UK: E-cigarettes to be classified as 'medicines'. (12 Jun 2013)

[Guardian Online] Legal highs: international drugs gangs 'expanding into growing market.' (UK). (09 May 2013)

[Guardian Online] , Power, Mike The hidden dangers of legal highs. (27 Apr 2013)

[Irish Medical Times] , Culliton, Gary ‘Last orders’ called on cut-price alcohol. (19 Apr 2013)

[Independent.ie] , Collins, Nick Legal highs 'should be sold like alcohol'. (09 Apr 2013)

The Economist. [The Economist] The Trainspotting generation: the government is undermining a successful treatment system. (UK). (22 Mar 2013)

[North Inner City Drugs Task Force] NICDTF issue anthrax alert. (11 Mar 2013)

[Independent.ie] 'Clock ticking' over tobacco packs [UK]. (14 Feb 2013)

[Irish Independent] , Adams, Stephen Even a tipple a day is one too many – warning from doctors. (02 Jan 2013)

National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. [National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse] Drug addicts seeking treatment are doing better. (UK). (03 Aug 2012)

Health Protection Agency, National Treatment Agency. [Health Protection Agency] Anthrax: information for drug users and drug workers. (31 Jul 2012)

[Department of Health] Minister Shortall chairs British Irish Council Ministerial Meeting on the Misuse of Drugs. (29 Jun 2012)

[NICE] Minimum pricing to target young and problem drinkers. (27 Mar 2012)

The Economist. [The Economist] Quietly, cannabis has in effect been decriminalised in Britain. (24 Mar 2012)

Alcohol Concern. Why a drink problem is everyone’s problem. (16 Feb 2012)

Alcohol Concern. [Alcohol Concern] Under-18s want more protection from alcohol marketing exposure (UK). (20 Oct 2011)

[Guardian] , Jha, Alok Price of alcohol is 'obscenely low'. (UK). (14 Sep 2011)

[Home Office UK] UK Home Office has announced a ban on the import of phenazepam. (21 Jul 2011)

[BBC News Online] , Triggle, Nick UK: Leading supermarkets join healthy lifestyles deal. (15 Mar 2011)

[Guardian] , Benedictus, Leo How the British fell out of love with drugs. (24 Feb 2011)

[BBC News Online] Thousands are 'at risk of alcohol death' say doctors. (21 Feb 2011)

[Guardian Online] , Ford, Matthew Old habits die hard for ageing addicts (UK). (27 Jan 2011)

[Guardian Online] , Wintour, Patrick Shift in treatment of drugs addicts to focus on live-in schemes (UK). (07 Aug 2010)

Drugscope. [DrugScope] DrugScope responds to ACMD recommendation to ban ‘legal high’ naphyrone. (08 Jul 2010)

[BBC News Online] UK Watchdog backs a minimum price for alcohol. (02 Jun 2010)

[The Guardian] School expulsion for cannabis unlawful says UK High Court. (01 Sep 2006)

[BBC News Northern Ireland] Community workers warn of new drug on Belfast streets. (24 May 2006)

[Guardian, UK - Leader article] Cannabis should remain a class C drug, say UK government advisors. (13 Jan 2006)

[BBC News Online] Dealing with anti-social behaviour - UK measures described. (10 Jan 2006)

[Guardian Unlimited] UK Drugs Act 2005 takes effect from 1 January. (03 Jan 2006)

[BBC News Online] Defining 'binge drinking'. (01 Sep 2005)

Report

McCulloch, Liz (2017) Back yard. An investigation into the feasability of estsblishing drug consumption rooms. London: Volteface.

UK & Ireland DrugWatch. (2017) Fentanyl. DrugWatch information sheet. UK & Ireland DrugWatch.

Samaritans. (2017) Dying from inequality: socioeconomic disadvantage and suicidal behaviour. Summary report. London: Samaritans.

Five Nations Health and Justice Collaboration. (2017) Statement on the presence of new psychoactive substances in custodial settings. London: Public Health England.

Seanad Special Select Committee on the Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union. (2017) Brexit: implications and potential solutions. Dublin: Houses of the Oireachtas.

Angus, Colin and Holmes, John and Pryce, Robert and Meier, Petra and Brennan, Alan (2016) Alcohol and cancer trends: intervention studies. Sheffield: University of Sheffield and Cancer Research UK.

United Kingdom. Home Office. (2016) New psychoactive substances (NPS). Resource pack for informal educators and practitioners. London: Home Office.

Alcohol Policy Team, Department of Health UK. (2016) How to keep health risks from drinking alcohol to a low level. Government response to the public consultation. London: Department of Health.

United Kingdom. Liberal Democrats. (2016) A framework for a regulated market for cannabis in the UK. London: Liberal Democrats.

Crawford, Catherine and Lombardo, Silvia and Thompson, Fay and Visintin, Cristina and Wright, Craig (2016) United Kingdom drug situation: Focal Point annual report 2015. London: United Kingdom Focal Point at Public Health England.

Public Health England. (2015) New psychoactive substances (NPS) in prisons: a toolkit for prison staff. London: Public Health England.

Health Protection Agency, Health Protection Scotland, Public Health Wales. (2015) Shooting up infections among people who inject drugs in the UK, 2014. An update, November 2015. London: Public Health England.

Woodhouse, John and Ward, Philip (2015) Alcohol: minimum pricing. London: House of Commons Library.

Best, David and Albertson, Katherine and Irving, Jamie and Lightowlers, Carly and Mama-Rudd, Adam and Chaggar, Alex (2015) UK life in recovery survey 2015. The first national UK survey of addiction recovery experiences. Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University and Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice.

Phoenix Futures. (2015) Building recovery friendly communities. A case for specialist housing that supports people in their recovery from problematic substance misuse. London: Phoenix Futures.

Bright, Janet (2015) Takes one to know one. An evaluation of peer mentoring in the drug dependency treatment sector. London: The Howard League for Penal Reform.

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[National Treatment Agency (UK)] (2010) Free mapping. Group and individual free mapping sheets. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse.

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. [NICE] (2010) Pregnancy and complex social factors: A model for service provision for pregnant women with complex social factors. London: National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. 34 p. NICE clinical guideline 110

Bostock, Lisa [Social Care Institute for Excellence] . (2010) Promoting resilience in fostered children and young people. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence. 42 p.

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Donaldson, Liam [Department of Health (UK)] . (2009) Guidance on the consumption of alcohol by children and young people. A report by the Chief Medical Officer. London: Department of Health. 101 p.

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[NICE] (2009) Promoting young people's social and emotional wellbeing in secondary education. London: National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. 46 p. NICE public health guidance 20

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Adfam, Drugscope. (2009) Recovery and drug dependency: a new deal for families. London: Adfam. 8 p.

National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. [National Treatment Agency (UK)] (2009) Towards successful treatment completion: a good practice guide. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. 61 p.

Galvani, Sarah and Forrester, Donald [SWAP] . (2009) Social Work and substance use: teaching the basics. Southampton: Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Social Policy and Social Work (SWAP). 26 p.

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Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs. [Home Office UK] (2009) MDMA (‘ecstasy’): a review of its harms and classification under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971. London: Home Office. 49 p.

United Kingdom. Department for Children, Schools and Families, United Kingdom. Department of Health, National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. [National Treatment Agency (UK)] (2009) Joint guidance on development of local protocols between drug and alcohol treatment services and local safeguarding and family services. London: Department for Children, Schools and Families, Department of Health and National. 24 p.

[National Treatment Agency (UK)] (2009) Young people’s specialist substance misuse treatment: needs assessment good practice guidance. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. 23 p. DH Gateway reference: 12054

National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. Gilvarry, Eilish and Britton, Jill [National Treatment Agency (UK)] . (2009) Guidance for the pharmacological management of substance misuse among young people in secure environments. London: Department of Health. 111 p.

Research by Design Ltd. (2009) Protecting young people from alcohol related harm. Solihull: Research by Design. 118 p.

National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. Murray, Tim [National Treatment Agency (UK)] . (2008) Good practice in harm reduction. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. 36 p. Gateway number 10513

National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. [National Treatment Agency (UK)] (2008) Supporting and involving carers: a guide for commissioners and providers. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. 19 p.

Healthcare Commission, National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. [National Treatment Agency (UK)] (2008) Improving services for substance misuse: Commissioning drug treatment and harm reduction services. Service review. London: Commission for Healthcare Audit and Inspection. 48 p.

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. [NICE] (2008) Smoking cessation services in primary care, pharmacies, local authorities and workplaces, particularly for manual working groups, pregnant women and hard to reach communities. London: National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. 87 p. Public health guidance 10

[Skills for Care] (2008) Leadership and management strategy. Update 2008. London: Skills for Care. 41 p.

DANOS. [Skills for Health] (2008) Drugs and alcohol national occupational standards (DANOS): guide. Bristol: Skills for Health. 48 p.

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National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. [NICE] (2008) Mass-media and point-of-sales measures to prevent the uptake of smoking by children and young people. London: National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. 66 p. Public health guidance 14

United Kingdom. Cabinet Office: Social Exclusion Task Force. [National Treatment Agency (UK)] (2008) Think family: improving the life chances of families at risk. London: Cabinet Office. 30 p.

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National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. [NICE] (2007) Workplace health promotion: how to help employees to stop smoking. London: National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. 43 p. Public health intervention guidance 5

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. [NICE] (2007) Varenicline for smoking cessation. London: National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. 16 p. Technology appraisal guidance 123

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. [NICE] (2007) Behaviour change at population, community and individual levels. London: National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. 57 p. Public health guidance 6

National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. Britton, Jill [National Treatment Agency (UK)] . (2007) Assessing young people for substance misuse. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. 28 p.

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National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. [NICE] (2007) One to one interventions to reduce the transmission of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including HIV, and to reduce the rate of under 18 conceptions, especially among vulnerable and at risk groups. London: National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. 58 p. Public health intervention guidance 3

Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs. [Home Office UK] (2007) Drug facilitated sexual assault. London: Home Office. 17 p.

Thomas, J and Kavanagh, J and Tucker, H and Burchett, H and Tripney, J and Oakley, A [EPPI-Centre] . (2007) Accidental injury, risk-taking behaviour and the social circumstances in which young people (aged 12-24) live: a systematic review. London: EPPI-Centre, Social Science Research Unit, Institute of Education, University of London. 187 p.

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. [NICE] (2007) Drug misuse in over 16s: psychosocial interventions. London: National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. 38 p. Clinical guideline [CG51]

Mental Health Foundation. (2006) Cheers? Understanding the relationship between alcohol and mental health. London: Mental Health Foundation. 42 p.

National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse, Royal College of General Practitioners, Royal College of Psychiatrists, Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. [Royal College of General Practitioners, UK] (2006) Clinical management of drug dependence in the adult prison setting including psychosocial treatment as a core part. London: Department of Health. vi, 52.

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National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse, Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee, PharMAG, Pharmacy Misuse Advisory Group. [National Treatment Agency (UK)] (2006) Best practice guidance for commissioners and providers of pharmaceutical services for drug users. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. 48 p.

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. [NICE] (2006) Brief interventions and referral for smoking cessation in primary care and other settings. London: National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. 36 p. Public Health Intervention Guidance no.1

United Kingdom. Home Office, Drug Strategy Directorate, National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. [National Treatment Agency (UK)] (2006) Joint National Treatment Agency and Drug Strategy Directorate Workforce development plan for the substance misuse field. London: Home Office, Drug Strategy Directorate & National Treatment Agency. 69 p. DH-External Gateway reference number is 6370

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SCAN Inpatient Treatment Working Party. [Substance Misuse Skills Hub] (2006) Inpatient treatment of drug and alcohol misusers in the National Health Service. London: Specialist Clinical Addiction Network. 72 p.

National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. [National Treatment Agency (UK)] (2006) NTA guidance for local partnerships on user and carer involvement. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. 9 p.

Wright, Colin [National Treatment Agency (UK)] . (2006) Staff development toolkit for drug and alcohol services. London: National Treatment Agency. 94 p.

United Kingdom. Department of Health. [Department of Health (UK)] (2006) Dual diagnosis in mental health inpatient and day hospital settings. London: Department of Health. 48 p.

Royal College of Psychiatrists, Royal College of General Practitioners. [Substance Misuse Skills Hub] (2005) Roles and responsibilities of doctors in the provision of treatment for drug and alcohol misusers. London: Royal College of Psychiatrists and Royal College of General Practitioners. 40 p. Council report CR131

Gossop, Michael [National Treatment Agency (UK)] . (2005) Treatment outcomes: what we know and what we need to know. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. 12 p.

National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. [National Treatment Agency (UK)] (2005) Models of residential rehabilitation for drug and alcohol misusers. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. 51 p.

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National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. Wright, Colin [National Treatment Agency (UK)] . (2003) Staff development toolkit for drug and alcohol residential services. National minimum standards for care homes for younger adults and adult placements. London: National Treatment Agency. 58 p.

Kearney, Patricia and Levin, Enid and Rosen, Gwen [Social Care Institute for Excellence] . (2003) Alcohol, drug and mental health problems: working with families. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence. 36 p.

Kearney, Patricia and Levin, Enid and Rosen, Gwen and Sainsbury, Mary [Social Care Institute for Excellence] . (2003) Families that have alcohol and mental health problems: a template for partnership working. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence. 34 p. SCIE Resource Guides: No 1

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Skills for Health. Skills for Health: Workforce competencies. Bristol: Skills for Health.

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Bryant-Jefferies, Richard (2004) Models of care for drug service provision. Oxford: Radcliffe Publishing Ltd .

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Kilcommins, Shane and O'Donnell, Ian, eds. (2003) Alcohol, society and law. Chichester: Barry Rose Law Publishers .

Duke, Karen (2003) Drugs, prisons and policy-making. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan .

Neale, Joanne (2003) Drug users in society. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan .

Kroll, Brynna and Taylor, Andy (2003) Parental substance misuse and child welfare. London: Jessica Kingsley .

Wyner, Ruth (2003) From the inside: dispatches from a women's prison. London: Aurum Press .

Ewles, Linda and Simnett, Ina (2003) Promoting health: a practical guide. London: Elsevier .

Mott, Joy, ed. Spear, HB (2002) Heroin addiction care and control: the British system 1916-1984. London: Drugscope .

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Beinart, Sarah and Anderson, Barry and Lee, Stephanie and Utting, David (2002) Youth at risk? A national survey of risk factors, protective factors and problem behaviour among young people in England, Scotland and Wales. London: Communities that Care .

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Gallelli, Luca, ed. Corkery, John and Schifano, Fabrizio and Ghodse, Hamid (2012) Mephedrone-related fatalities in the United Kingdom: contextual, clinical and practical issues. In: Pharmacology. Rijeka, Croatia: InTech .

Newsletter

Substance Misuse Management Good Practice. (2016) SMMGP News & Updates. , (9) . London: SMMGP.

Research Project

(start date 1 September 2013) Van Hout, Marie Claire and Wells, John and Gooney, Martina and Bergin, Michael and Foley, Michelle (2013) Over the Counter Codeine Use Misuse and Dependence (CODEMISUSED).

Conference or Workshop Item

Rossini, Jane and White, Martin and Sondhi, Arun and Reynolds, Jacqueline and De Costa, Nicki and McCoy, Liz and Morrison-Griffiths, Sally and Musgrave, Paul (2016) Presentations on drug-related deaths. In: Understanding and preventing drug-related deaths., 21 April 2016, Manchester.

University of Southampton. (2014) Big Alcohol, Big Tobacco, Big Influence – Westminster videos. In: Big Alcohol, Big Tobacco, Big Influence: New vectors for global disease, 1 April 2014, The Palace of Westminster, London.

Ford, Chris (2011) Problematic use of over-the-counter (OTC) medication: prevalence, evidence and how to manage people with these problems. In: SMMGP training day: Problematic use of over-the-counter (OTC) medication, benzodiazepines and other prescribed medications: how do we manage these increasing problems?, 11 May 2011, Harrogate, England.

Law, Fergus (2011) What is the size, prevalence and evidence of misuse of benzodiazepines. In: SMMGP training day: Problematic use of over-the-counter (OTC) medication, benzodiazepines and other prescribed medications: how do we manage these increasing problems?, 11 May 2011, Harrogate, England.

Edginton, Mark (2011) Addiction to medicines - findings from the DH commissioned reports from the NAC and NTA. In: SMMGP training day: Problematic use of over-the-counter (OTC) medication, benzodiazepines and other prescribed medications: how do we manage these increasing problems?, 11 May 2011, Harrogate, England.

Willott, Stephen (2011) Meeting the challenge of prescribed medication misuse in the community. In: SMMGP training day: Problematic use of over-the-counter (OTC) medication, benzodiazepines and other prescribed medications: how do we manage these increasing problems?, 11 May 2011, Harrogate, England.

Parker, Howard (1998) The process of normalisation of recreational drug use amongst young people in the UK. In: Young People and Drugs: Critical Issues for Policy, 22 November 1997, Children's Research Centre, Trinity College Dublin..

Video

NHS Choices. (2015) Addiction: helping a loved one.

NHS Choices. (2015) Cocaine: risks and recovery from addiction.

NHS Choices. (2015) Substance abuse: solvent abuse. NHS Choices.

NHS Choices. (2015) Saying no to drugs.

(2014) Steroid users accessing needle exchange services. Anabolic steroids & associated drugs: evidence from the United Kingdom. drugs.ie.

Other

(2012) UK Why invest? - How drug treatment and recovery services work for individuals, communities and society. National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse, London.

FactSheet

Adley, Mark (2017) Tramadol: UK and Ireland DrugWatch information sheet. UK & Ireland DrugWatch.

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

ASH. (2015) The economics of tobacco. London: ASH.

Alcohol Concern. (2015) Alcohol and depression factsheet. London: Alcohol Concern.

Alcohol Concern. (2015) Alcohol and cancer.

Alcohol Concern. (2015) Alcohol and dementia. London: Alcohol Concern.

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

Alcohol Concern. (2015) Alcohol and diabetes. London: .

Alcohol Concern. (2015) Alcohol and hypertension. London: .

Action on Smoking and Health UK. (2015) Smoking: mental health.

Action on Smoking and Health UK. (2015) Smoking: LGBT community.

Multiple Sclerosis Trust. (2012) Sativex (nabiximols) factsheet. Letchworth: MS Trust.

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