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National Advisory Committee on Drugs. Comiskey, Catherine and Kelly, Paul and Leckey, Y and McCullough, L and O’Duill, B and Stapleton, Robert and White, Emma (2009) The ROSIE study: Drug treatment outcomes in Ireland. Dublin: Stationery Office.

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The primary objective of this study (ROSIE - research outcome study in Ireland) was to evaluate the effectiveness of treatment and other intervention strategies for opiate use in Ireland. The Study recruited 404 opiate users entering treatment.

Participants were interviewed at treatment intake, 1-year and 3 years after the baseline interview. This report presents outcomes at 1-year and 3 years for the whole population and the ‘per protocol’ population i.e. participants who completed all three interviews.

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