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Cover Story

Drug-related deaths and deaths among drug users in Ireland: 2004–2014 p.1

 

Policy and legislation

Implementing a health-led approach to drug use – what does it mean? p.5

Regenerating Dublin’s North East Inner City p.5

General public attitude to drug users – CityWide survey p.7

 

Prevalence and current situation

Drug, alcohol and tobacco use among general population in Irish RDATF areas p.8

Alcohol, tobacco and illicit substance use among 17—18-year-olds in Ireland p.10

National Self-Harm Registry Ireland annual report, 2015 p.11

Incidence of hepatitis C among people who inject drugs in Ireland p.12

Lifting the lid on Greentown p.13

Review of drug and alcohol treatment services for adult offenders in prison and in the community p.14

Irish Prison Service Strategic Plan 2016–2018 p.15

16th European Federation of Therapeutic Communities Conference p.16

 

Responses

‘What works’ in drug education and prevention? A review p.17

Launch of Recovery Academy Ireland p.18

RECOVEU: participative approach to curriculum development for adults in addiction recovery across EU p.20

EUSPR conference: sustainable prevention in a changing world p.21

Update on the national rollout of LINK to replace NDTRS p.22

Launch of the National Community Action on Alcohol Network p.23

18th Annual Service of Commemoration and Hope p.24

 

Updates

Recent publications p.25

Item Type
Newsletter
Publication Type
Irish-related
Drug Type
All substances
Intervention Type
General / Comprehensive, Treatment method, Prevention, Harm reduction, Crime prevention, Rehabilitation/Recovery, Screening / Assessment, Policy
Issue Title
Issue 61, Spring 2017
Date
April 2017
Page Range
28 p.
Publisher
Health Research Board
Corporate Creators
Health Research Board
Place of Publication
Dublin
Volume
Issue 61, Spring 2017
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