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Kelly, DA and Carrol, D. and Shattock, AG and O'Connor, E. and Weir, DG (1983) A secondary outbreak of hepatitis B among contacts of drug-abusers in Dublin. Irish Medical Journal, 76 (4). pp. 205-208.
O'Rourke, AH and Condren, L and O'Byrne, DJ and Wilson-Davis, K. (1983) Smoking - a study of post-primary schools, 1980-1981. Irish Medical Journal, 76 (6). pp. 285-289.
Ryan, Anthony and Magee, Teresa and Stafford-Johnson, S. and Griffin, E. and Kelly, Michael G (1983) The emergence of maternal drug addiction as a problem in Ireland 1981. Irish Medical Journal, 76 (2). pp. 86-89.
Shattock, AG and Fielding, JF (1983) Exacerbation of chronic liver disease due to hepatitis B surface antigen after delta infection. British Medical Journal, 286 (6373). pp. 1279-1280.
Alderson, Michael (1983) An introduction to epidemiology. Macmillan , London.
Donaldson, RJ and Donaldson, LJ (1983) Essential community medicine. MTP Press , Lancaster.
(1983) Lisa: the story of an Irish drug addict. Ward River Press , Dublin.
An Garda Siochana. (1983) Report on crime: An Garda Siochana report for the year ended 31st December 1982. Stationery Office, Dublin .
Bradshaw, John S (1983) Drug misuse in Ireland, 1982-1983: investigation in a north central Dublin area, and in Galway, Sligo and Cork. Medico-Social Research Board, Dublin .
Byers, Gillian (1983) Report to: Task Force on Drug Abuse. (Unpublished)
Cullen, Barry, ed. (1983) Fighting back. St. Teresa's Gardens Development Committee, Dublin .
Kelly, Michael G (1983) Report on drug abuse in Ireland, 1983. Jervis Street Drug Advisory and Treatment Centre, Dublin . (Unpublished)
Conference or Workshop Item
Kelly, Michael G and Roche, Davin and Stafford-Johnson, Sally and Honeyman, Andrew (1983) Drug addiction in pregnancy: the Irish scene. In: 7th International Congress on Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 11-15 September, 1983, Dublin.
Harbson, JJM (1983) Factors associated with alcohol consumption in Northern Ireland. PhD thesis, University of Ulster.