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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
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 312 (Available)

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