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Farrell, Eimear and Moran, Rosalyn and Dillon, Lucy (2001) Demand reduction interventions. In: Overview of drug issues in Ireland 2000: a resource document. Dublin: Health Research Board , pp. 107-147.

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This chapter describes a number of demand reduction programmes or interventions, which fall under the general headings - prevention, harm minimisation and treatment. The authors highlight the need to develop a culture of evaluation around the development of programmes aiming to reduce the demand for drugs, and the need for on-going training and support of such evaluation. The chapter also presents an overview of the training courses available in Ireland in the drugs area. A number of initiatives in disseminating information on drug misuse in Ireland are noted, including DrugNet Ireland - the newsletter of the Drug Misuse Research Division - the Exchange on Drug Demand Reduction Action - an EMCDDA sponsored database- and the National Documentation Centre on Drug Misuse.


Item Type:Book Section
Date:2001
Call No:AA2, VH4.2
Page Range:pp. 107-147
Publisher:Health Research Board
Place of Publication:Dublin
ISBN:1-903669-01-4
Keywords:demand reduction policy, dissemination of AOD information, information service, harm reduction, Exchange on Drug Demand Reduction Action, prevention through demand reduction, harm reduction policy
Notes:includes bibliographic references
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Accession Number:HRB 312 (Available)
Subjects:J Health care, prevention and rehabilitation > Prevention approach
MP-MR Policy, planning, economics, work and social services > Policy > Policy on substance use > Demand reduction policy
VA Geographic area > Europe > Ireland

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