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Fitzpatrick, Patricia and Daly, Leslie and Leavy, CP and Cusack, Denis A (2006) Drinking, drugs and driving in Ireland: more evidence for action. Injury Prevention , 12 , (6) , pp. 404-408.

Flynn, KJ and Harrington, G and Furney, P and Leavy, CP and Cusack, Denis A (2001) Driving under the influence of an intoxicant in Ireland. Medico-Legal Journal of Ireland , 7 , (2) , pp. 86-89.

Cusack, Denis A and Farrington, G and Furney, P and Flynn, KJ and Leavy, CP (2002) Driving under the influence of drugs in Ireland: a growing and significant danger. In: International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, 04-09 August 2002, Montreal, Canada.

Medical Bureau of Road Safety. Cusack, Denis A and Leavy, CP and Daly, Leslie and Fitzpatrick, Patricia (2004) Driving under the influence of drugs in Ireland: results of a nationwide survey 2000-2001. Dublin: Medical Bureau of Road Safety.

Cusack, Denis A (2019) Drug impaired driving: the confirmed new reality in modern Ireland. In: Road Safety Authority Academic Day, 7 October 2019, Royal College of Surgeons.

Moane, S and Leavy, CP and Cusack, Denis A (2001) Drugs driving in Ireland: a preliminary study of the prevalence of driving under the influence of drugs on Irish roads. Medico-Legal Journal of Ireland , 7 , (1) , pp. 21-23.

Reynolds, D and Kearns, H and Mullany, P and Leavy, CP and Cusack, Denis A (2001) Introduction to evidential breath testing in Ireland. Medico-Legal Journal of Ireland , 7 , (1) , pp. 9-12.

Medical Bureau of Road Safety. Cusack, Denis A and Leavy, Pauline and Maguire, Richard (2012) Report on roadside drug testing and equipment and related matters. Dublin: Medical Bureau of Road Safety.

Cusack, Denis A (2003) Road traffic deaths and injuries- a personal responsibility. Medico-Legal Journal of Ireland , 7 , (2) , pp. 50-52.

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