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North Western Health Board. Multi-agency Committee on Drug Misuse Prevention, Multi-Agency Committee on Drug Misuse Prevention. (1996) Young people and drug misuse in the North West. Ireland: North Western Health Board.

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This report is presented by the multi-agency committee on drug misuse in the North West, established by the Chief executive Officer of the North Western Health Board in 1995. The report provides a background and context for drug use, using Irish and other research material. The report summarises the findings of research commissioned by the committee to establish the knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and experiences of young people in relation to drug misuse. The report suggests recommendations for preventing harm through drug misuse including the establishement of a Drug Misuse Prevention Co-ordinator, providing parental support, support for supply reduction measures and further research into the needs of young people.


Date
1996
Call No
AA2, TA14, VH4.2 NWHB
Pages
41 p.
Publisher
North Western Health Board
Corporate Creators
North Western Health Board. Multi-agency Committee on Drug Misuse Prevention, Multi-Agency Committee on Drug Misuse Prevention
Place of Publication
Ireland
Keywords
AOD use, abuse, and dependence, Ireland, North Western Health Board, qualitative research method, recreational drug use, young adult, young AOD user
Notes
Report of the Multi-Agency Committee on Drug Misuse Prevention. Includes bibliographical references.
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Accession Number
HRB 1580 (Available)

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