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Health Research Board. Alcohol and Drug Research Unit. (2011) Drugnet Ireland 37. Issue 37, Spring 2011 . Dublin: Health Research Board.

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Contents:
1 Drugs policy in the new programme for government
3 Where do drugs fi t in?
4 Retirement of Ms Mary Fanning
4 From research to policy: the Sax Institute seminar
5 Involving service users: the Irish experience
6 Organising drug users: insights from Britain
7 'Building a service-user voice'- an interactive workshop
7 Drugnet digest
8 Twelfth annual Service of Commemoration and Hope
8 Correction to article in Drugnet Ireland 36
9 Health and homelessness: the Simon snapshot study
10 Housing people who misuse substances
12 HSE plan for drug-related services in 2011
13 Working together for better quality in drugs services
14 Finding our way: working together in the mental health services
15 Update on drug-related deaths and deaths among drug users in Ireland
16 Trends in alcohol and drug admissions to psychiatric facilities
18 Problematic alcohol use among methadone users: update on a HRB-funded study
18 Report highlights the benefits of community-based drug projects
19 Update on blood-borne viral infections in injecting drug users
22 Barriers to and facilitators of hepatitis C testing
22 External review of methadone treatment protocol makes wide-ranging recommendations
24 Treated opiate users: alcohol use and treatment outcomes
25 Legal update
27 Council of Europe highlights drug-related violence in Irish prisons
28 From Drugnet Europe
29 In brief
30 Recent publications
31 Upcoming events


Item Type:Newsletter
Issue Title:Issue 37, Spring 2011
Date:2011
Publisher:Health Research Board
Corporate Creators:Health Research Board. Alcohol and Drug Research Unit
Place of Publication:Dublin
Volume:Issue 37, Spring 2011
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Accession Number:HRB (Available)
Subjects:VA Geographic area > Europe > Ireland
J Health care, prevention and rehabilitation > Health services, substance use research
MP-MR Policy, planning, economics, work and social services > Policy > Policy on substance use

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