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National Advisory Committee on Drugs. Loughran, Hilda and McCann, Mary Ellen (2006) Crumlin community case study: experiences and perceptions of problem drug use. Dublin: Stationery Office.

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This study was commissioned by the National Advisory Committee on Drugs. The goal of the study was to capture the experiences of communities of the drug problem since 1996 with a view to informing the development of a set of community indicators of a community drug problem. An innovative methodology of community participation in research was used, the lead researchers recruited local people as research assistants through community-based projects in the community of Crumlin. Health services and government initiatives are detailed here as are communtiy response to problem drug use, the impact of drug use in the area, significant social indicators in drug use and an overview of Crumlin from 1994-2004.


Item Type
Report
Publication Type
Irish-related, Report
Drug Type
All substances
Date
2006
Call No
REF, NACD
Pages
56 p.
Publisher
Stationery Office
Corporate Creators
National Advisory Committee on Drugs
Place of Publication
Dublin
ISBN
0-7557-7457-4
Notes
Includes appendices, references and tables of statistics.
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 3525 (Available), HRB 3528 (Available)

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