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Report

Irish Medicines Board. (2014) Irish Medicines Board annual report 2013. Dublin: Irish Medicines Board.

Irish Medicines Board. (2013) Irish Medicines Board annual report 2012. Dublin: Irish Medicines Board.

Irish Medicines Board. (2012) Irish Medicines Board annual report 2011. Dublin: Irish Medicines Board.

Irish Medicines Board. (2011) Irish Medicines Board annual report 2009. Dublin: Irish Medicines Board.

World Health Organization. (2011) Ensuring balance in national policies on controlled substances: Guidance for availability and accessibility of controlled medicines. Geneva: World Health Organization.

Irish Medicines Board. (2010) Irish Medicines Board annual report 2008. Dublin: Irish Medicines Board.

Irish Medicines Board. (2008) Irish Medicines Board annual report 2007. Dublin: Irish Medicines Board.

Irish Medicines Board. (2002) Irish Medicines Board annual report 2001. Dublin: Irish Medicines Board.

Irish Medicines Board. (2001) Irish Medicines Board annual report 2000. Dublin: Irish Medicines Board.

Irish Medicines Board. (2001) Irish Medicines Board. Annual report and accounts 1999. Dublin: Irish Medicines Board.

Irish Medicines Board. (1999) Irish Medicines Board. Annual reports and accounts 1998. Dublin: Irish Medicines Board.

Evidence resource

Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs. [Home Office UK] (2013) ACMD advice on sativex. London: Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs. 2 p.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. [EMCDDA] (2012) Legal topic overviews: classification of controlled drugs. Lisbon: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.

Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency. [MHRA] (2011) Pseudoephedrine- and ephedrine-containing medicines: 2011 review of actions to manage the risk of misuse. London: Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency. 11 p.

UNODC Drug Prevention and Health Branch. [UNODC] (2011) Ensuring availability of controlled medications for the relief of pain and preventing diversion and abuse: Striking the right balance to achieve the optimal public health outcome. Vienna: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. 24 p.

Dail Debates

[Oireachtas] Deputy Joe Costello: The issue I raise concerns patients receiving the best medical treatment that is available, arising out of research, on controlled drugs and drugs that are not subject to regulation. In reply to a parliamentary question from me. (01 May 2008)

[Oireachtas] 139. Ms McManus asked the Minister for Health and Children further to the recent amendment by the Irish Medicines Board for the authorisation of Buprenorphine to be allowed to be prescribed by general practitioners with specialist training, the timeframe for her considerations of this authorisation; if there are obstacles;[35939/06]. (02 Nov 2006)

Book

Charleton, Peter (1986) Controlled drugs and the criminal law. Dublin: An Cló Liúir .

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