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Morton, Sarah and O'Brien Green, Sioban (2017) Club Health Dublin 2017: conference overview and highlights. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 63, Autumn 2017 , pp. 15-16.

O’Brien Green, Siobhan (2017) Club Health 2017 conference to be held in Dublin. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 60, Winter 2017 , p. 24.

O'Gorman, Aileen (2016) Chillin, buzzin, getting mangled, and coming down: Doing differentiated normalisation in risk environments. Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy , 23 , (3) , pp. 247-254.

Mayock, Paula and Cronly, Jennifer and Clatts, Michael C (2015) The risk environment of heroin initiation: young women, intimate partners, and “drug relationships”. Substance Use & Misuse , 50 , (6) , pp. 771-782.

Christie, R and Horan, E and Fox, J and O'Donnell, C and Byrne, H J and McDermott, S and Power, J and Kavanagh, P (2014) Discrimination of cathinone regioisomers, sold as 'legal highs', by Raman spectroscopy. Drug Testing and Analysis , 6 , (7-8) , pp. 651-657.

Long, Jean and Carew, Anne Marie (2012) Drugnet digest. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 40, Winter 2011 , p. 10.

Van Hout, Marie Claire and Bingham, Tim (2012) “A costly turn on”: Patterns of use and perceived consequences of mephedrone based head shop products amongst Irish injectors. International Journal of Drug Policy , 23 , (3) , pp. 188-197.

Kavanagh, Pierce and Grigoryev, A and Melnik, A and Simonov, A (2012) The identification of the urinary metabolites of 3-(4-Methoxybenzoyl)-1-Pentylindole (RCS-4), a novel cannabimimetic, by gas chromatography–mass spectrometry. Journal of Analytical Toxicology , 36 , (5) , pp. 303-311.

Conway, Thomas and MacNeela, Padraig (2012) A young person's game: Immersion and distancing in bar work. Psychology & Health , 27 , (8) , pp. 971-989.

Van Hout, Marie Claire and Brennan, Rebekah (2011) Plant food for thought: A qualitative study of mephedrone use in Ireland. Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy , 18 , (5) , pp. 371-381.

McElrath, Karen and O'Neill, Christina (2011) Experiences with mephedrone pre-and-post legislative controls: perceptions of safety and sources of supply. International Journal of Drug Policy , 22 , (2) , pp. 120-127.

O'Domhnail, Sean and Ni Cheirigh, Caoimhe (2011) Editorial: Mephedrone and ‘head/hemp’ shop drugs: a clinical and biochemical ‘heads up’. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine , 28 , (1) , S2-S3.

Ryall, Graham and Butler, Shane (2011) The great Irish head shop controversy. Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy , 18 , (4) , pp. 303-311.

Long, Jean and Connolly, Johnny (2011) Report on new psychoactive substances and the outlets supplying them. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 39, Autumn 2011 , pp. 9-10.

McElrath, Karen and Van Hout, Marie Claire (2011) A preference for mephedrone: drug markets, drugs of choice, and the emerging “legal high” scene. Journal of Drug Issues , 41 , (4) , pp. 487-508.

Long, Jean (2010) Conference on psychoactive drugs sold in head shops and online. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 33, Spring 2010 , pp. 1-3.

Dunne, Mary (2010) Legal highs and head shops: the basic facts. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 33, Spring 2010 , p. 3.

MacNamara, Sinead and Stokes, Siobhan and Coleman, Nicola (2010) Head shop compound abuse amongst attendees of The Drug Treatment Centre Board. Irish Medical Journal , 103 , (5) .

Lyons, Suzi (2010) HSE awareness campaign on legal and illegal highs. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 35, Autumn 2010 , p. 21.

Mongan, Deirdre (2009) Young people’s exposure to alcohol marketing. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 31, Autumn 2009 , p. 17.

Satterlund, Travis D and Antin, Tamar MJ and Lee, Juliet P and Moore, Roland S (2009) Cultural factors related to smoking in San Francisco's Irish bars. Journal of Drug Education , 39 , (2) , pp. 181-193.

Wood, David M and Ramsey, John and Dargan, Paul I (2008) Detecting novel and emerging recreational drugs on the ‘club scene’. Irish Psychiatrist , 9 , pp. 223-228.

Hyland, Andrew and Higbee, Cheryl and Hassan, Louise and Fong, Geoffrey T and Borland, Ron and Cummings, K. Michael and Hastings, Gerard (2008) Does smoke-free Ireland have more smoking inside the home and less in pubs than the United Kingdom? Findings from the international tobacco control policy evaluation project. European Journal of Public Health , 18 , (1) , pp. 63-65.

News

[Irish Times] , Digby, Marie Claire Boiling point: The issue of chefs’ mental health in Irish kitchens. (04 Nov 2017)

[Independent.ie] , O'Regan, Eilish Why time could be called on getting a free drink with your blowdry in salons. (26 Sep 2017)

[Irish Times] , Ball, Jamie Are you acting out the ‘tragic comedy’ of Irish drinking? (22 Aug 2017)

[Irish Times] , Short, Eva Leaving Cert: charity criticises lack of regulation for drink deals. (16 Aug 2017)

[newstalk.com] Open cocaine use "normalised" in Irish pubs - councilor. (15 Feb 2017)

[Independent.ie] , Kelly, Ciara Dr Ciara Kelly: Sheer stupidity and dangers of the 12-pub Christmas binge. (19 Dec 2016)

[Irish Examiner] , Shanahan, Catherine ‘12 Pubs’ tradition puts lives at risk, warns liver expert. (17 Dec 2016)

[Independent.ie] , O'Donnell, Liz Forget ceol agus craic - we need to fix our problem with demon drink. (09 Dec 2016)

[thejournal.ie] , MacNamee, Garreth 'It's just madness': Publicans brace themselves for 12 pubs. (03 Dec 2016)

[Independent.ie] , Phelan, Shane Plan to ban drink ads changed after job losses claim. (08 Jun 2016)

[thejournal.ie] , Brennan, Cianan New laws on the way to curb the spread of pubs and off licences. (08 Jan 2016)

[Independent.ie] , O'Regan, Eilish Opening injection rooms 'not simple', says Varadkar. (03 Nov 2015)

[Alcohol Action Ireland] Alcohol should play no part in Junior Cert celebrations, warns Alcohol Action Ireland. (07 Sep 2015)

[Cork Independent] , Costello, Suzanne We've created an alcohol-soaked environment for our young people. (13 Aug 2015)

[thejournal.ie] Calls for Eircom to remove phone boxes being used by drug users and damaging nearby businesses. (02 Jun 2015)

, Duffy, Ronan “I think they should stay away” – Minister on St Patrick’s Day drunkenness. (28 Feb 2015)

[Independent.ie] , Griffin, Sam You can't raise a glass to 'Welfare Wednesday', say department chiefs. (06 Jan 2015)

[Independent.ie] , Courtney, Lorraine '12 Pubs' is just an excuse for another alcoholic binge. (17 Dec 2014)

[Irish Examiner] Relationship that we need to redefine - destructive drinking. (16 Dec 2014)

[Irish Examiner] Selling alcohol at self-service supermarket tills 'absolutely ridiculous'. (19 Nov 2014)

[Independent.ie] , Hade, Emma Jane Pub slammed for encouraging Leaving Cert students to start drinking at 10.30am. (13 Aug 2014)

[Alcohol Action Ireland] Young people celebrating their Leaving Cert results should not be targeted by cheap alcohol promotions, says Alcohol Action Ireland. (11 Aug 2014)

[Independent.ie] Emergency call-outs for Arthur’s Day down on last year, figures reveal. (27 Sep 2013)

[thejournal.ie] Ireland’s drinking problem goes beyond Arthur’s Day – An Taoiseach. (25 Sep 2013)

[Irish Examiner] Drinks firm defends Arthur’s Day event. (23 Sep 2013)

[Independent.ie] , O'Sullivan, Majella 'Family pub night' plan to curb teen drinking comes under fire. (14 Sep 2013)

[Independent.ie] Publicans' latest plan doesn't take account of tech-savvy youth. (14 Sep 2013)

[Irish Examiner] , Shanahan, Catherine Expert: Introducing teenagers to drink at home is bad idea. (21 Dec 2012)

[Department of Health and Children] Minister of State with responsibility for Drugs Strategy, Róisín Shortall T.D., announces ban on more head shop products. (02 Nov 2011)

Alcohol Action Ireland. [Alcohol Action Ireland] Alcohol charity urges parents to talk to kids about Leaving Cert celebration plans. (16 Aug 2011)

[Irish Medical Times] , Gantly, Dara Alcohol sale has been made too ‘convenient’. (04 May 2011)

[irishhealth.com] , Condon, Deborah Social media is 'normalising' drunken behaviour. (14 Oct 2010)

Report

The Angelus Foundation, Adfam, Club Drugs Clinic, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. (2013) Talking to your children about legal highs and club drugs: A parent's handbook. London: The Angelus Foundation; Adfam; Club Drugs Clinic, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (2012) Travel and drug use in Europe: a short review. Lisbon: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (2012) Responding to drug use and related problems in recreational settings. Lisbon: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.

Hartigan, Alex and Coe, Natalie (2012) Internet influences on adolescent attitudes to alcohol. London: Alcohol research UK.

Livingstone, Sonia and Haddon, Leslie and Gorzig, Anke and Olafsson, Kjartan (2011) Risks and safety on the internet: the perspective of European children. Full findings. LSE, London: EU Kids Online.

Kelleher, Cathy and Christie, Rachel and Lalor, Kevin and Fox, John and Bowden, Matthew and O'Donnell, Cora (2011) An overview of new psychoactive substances and the outlets supplying them. Dublin: National Advisory Committee on Drugs.

North West Alcohol Forum. (2011) Festival care. Guidelines on the management of alcohol and its related harms at festivals and events. Donegal: North West Alcohol Forum.

Alcohol Concern Youth Policy Project. (2011) One on every corner: the relationship between off-licence density and alcohol harms in young people. London: Alcohol Concern.

DC&DII Safer nightlife workgroup. (2011) Safer nightlife projects. A European proposition to promote evaluation and share good practice. Vienna: Democracy, Cities and Drugs.

Office of the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs. Williams, James and Greene, Sheila and McNally, Sinead and Murray, Aisling and Quail, Amanda (2010) Growing up in Ireland: National longitudinal study of children. The infants and their families. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Behaviour & Attitudes. (2010) Quantum change in Irish drinks culture. Dublin: Behaviour & Attitudes.

Office of Tobacco Control, TNS mrbi. (2009) National tobacco retail audit – 2009 monitoring report. Kildare: Office of Tobacco Control.

European Commission. Directorate General for Justice and Home Affairs. Drugs Coordination Unit. (2004) Young people and drugs. Luxembourg: European Commission.

Slieveardagh Vitners Federation. (2004) Substance misuse and alcohol policy. Kilkenny: South Eastern Health Board.

Ireland. Commission on Liquor Licensing. (2002) Commission on Liquor Licensing: second interim Report. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Ireland. Commission on Liquor Licensing. (2001) Commission on Liquor Licensing: interim report on off-licensing. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Morris, Sheridan (1998) Clubs, drugs and doormen. London: Police Research Group.

Evidence resource

Fisham, Henry and Measham, Fiona . (2018) Night lives: reducing drug-related harm in the night time economy. London: All-Party Parliamentary Group for Drug Policy Reform, Durham University, The Loop and Volteface.

Mentor, Adfam. (2017) Talking to your children about new psychoactive substances and club drugs. A handbook for parents and carers. London: Mentor and Adfam. 41 p.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. [EMCDDA] (2017) Online policy and practice briefings: Nightlife, festivals and other recreational settings. Lisbon: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. [EMCDDA] (2017) Healthy nightlife toolbox.

Lifeline Project. (2016) Image and performance enhancing drugs (IPEDs): literature review. London: Lifeline Project Ltd. 23 p.

Novel Psychoactive Treatment UK Network. Abdulrahim, D and Bowden-Jones, O [Public Health England] . (2015) Guidance on the clinical management of acute and chronic harms of club drugs and novel psychoactive substances. London: NEPTUNE. 335 p.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (2014) EMCDDA best practice portal: prevention interventions for partygoers.

Noijen, Judith and Duscherer, Katia and Schrooten, Jochen and de Smet, Jan and van de Kerckhove, Bart and Noclain, Anne-Gaëlle and Paulos, Carlos and Straw, Matt and Wiliams, Helen and Iacono, Antonio and Ziliani, Nadia . (2013) Peer education in nightlife settings: good practice standards. Brussels: Nightlife Empowerment & Well-Being Implementation Project. 107 p.

Leclercq, David and Noijen, Judith and Charlois, Thierry and Allart, Muriel and Akeret, Rene and Galan, Victor and Garcia, Noel and Parés Franquero, Oscar and Pesesse, Yoan . (2013) Safer nightlife labels and charters: good practice standards. Brussels: Nightlife Empowerment & Well-Being Implementation Project. 102 p.

[Drug and Alcohol Findings] (2012) Effectiveness Bank Bulletin. [Alcohol and drug prevention in nightlife settings]. Drug and Alcohol Findings. Drug and Alcohol Findings, 21 Jun

Ventura, Mireia and Noijen, Judith and Bücheli, Alexander and Isvy, Alexandre and van Huyck, Catherine and Martins, Daniel and Nagy, Constanze and Schipper, Vivian and Ugarte, Miren and Valente, Helena . (2012) Drug checking service: good practice standards. Brussels: Nightlife Empowerment & Well-Being Implementation Project. 107 p.

Dail Debates

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answer 634 & 749 - Substance misuse [13512/16]. (31 May 2016)

[Oireachtas] Joint Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality debate. Public order offences from alcohol misuse perspective: discussion (resumed). (19 Nov 2014)

[Oireachtas] Competition and Consumer Protection Bill 2014: Second stage. (16 Apr 2014)

[Oireachtas] Joint Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality debate - Public order offences from alcohol misuse perspective: discussion. (25 Mar 2014)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Priority question 2 - Public health policy [Youth drinking] [6694/14]. (12 Feb 2014)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann topical issue debate. Social media regulation [Youth drinking]. (12 Feb 2014)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answer 587 - Substance abuse prevention education [Youth drinking] [6378/14]. (11 Feb 2014)

[Oireachtas] 281. Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Justice and Equality if he will outline the law regarding the open consumption of alcohol in cities and towns and for example on public transport... [35927/12]. (18 Jul 2012)

[Oireachtas] Topical issue debate - Public Order Offences. (11 Jul 2012)

[Oireachtas] 207. Deputy Michael Healy-Rae asked the Minister for Health his views on a tobacco product (details supplied) sold in head shops. [2651/12]. (18 Jan 2012)

[Oireachtas] Joint Committee on Health and Children: Alcohol marketing: discussion with NOffLA and MEAS. (01 Dec 2011)

[Oireachtas] 349. Deputy Simon Harris asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the legal position regarding the consumption of alcohol at unlicensed commercial venues which charge patrons a cover charge but allow them to bring their own alcohol onto the premises; if he intends to introduce legislation in this area. [32129/11]. (02 Nov 2011)

[Oireachtas] 337. Deputy Seán Barrett asked the Minister for Justice and Law Reform the reason headshops have not been closed down as promised. [36161/10]. (12 Oct 2010)

[Oireachtas] 257. Deputy Charlie O’Connor asked the Minister for Justice and Law Reform the effects of his recent anti-headshops laws. [35461/10]. (06 Oct 2010)

[Oireachtas] 10. Deputy Catherine Byrne asked the Minister for Community; Equality and Gaeltacht Affairs the steps being taken to stop the spread of head shops. (01 Jul 2010)

[Oireachtas] 130. Deputy Aengus Ó Snodaigh asked the Minister for Health and Children the actions being taken to routinely ensure that psychoactive products are not being sold by head shops and websites. (01 Jul 2010)

[Oireachtas] 62. Deputy Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin asked the Minister for Justice and Law Reform the number of head shops raided by gardaí.[28288/10]. (30 Jun 2010)

[Oireachtas] 147. Deputy James Reilly asked the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform, the number of headshops that the Garda are aware of that shut down after 11 May 2010. [27050/10]. (23 Jun 2010)

[Oireachtas] 36. Deputy James Reilly asked the Minister for Health and Children her views on the adequacy of her response to the import, production, sale and supply of dangerous headshop products. [26181/10]. (22 Jun 2010)

[Oireachtas] 331. Deputy James Reilly asked the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform the number of head shops known to the Garda. [25541/10]. (15 Jun 2010)

[Oireachtas] 80. Deputy Tom Hayes asked the Minister for Health and Children when legislation to ban the sale and distribution of substances sold in head shops and to provide for the closure of head shops will be introduced. [20273/10]. (18 May 2010)

[Oireachtas] 8. Deputy Aengus Ó Snodaigh asked the Minister for Justice; Equality and Law Reform the steps that are being taken in advance of the ban on mephedrone and various other substances. [19654/10]. (13 May 2010)

[Oireachtas] 188. Deputy Jack Wall asked the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform the position regarding the proposed legislation in relation to head shops. [18994/10]. (12 May 2010)

[Oireachtas] 48. Deputy Catherine Byrne asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs if he is satisfied that everything possible is being done to prevent dangerous substances being sold for human consumption. [19056/10]. (11 May 2010)

[Oireachtas] 54. Deputy Joe Carey asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs the action he will take to combat the problem of head shops. [18931/10]. (11 May 2010)

[Oireachtas] 205. Deputy Paul Kehoe asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs the position regarding the closure of head shops. [17523/10]. (29 Apr 2010)

[Oireachtas] 136. Deputy Enda Kenny asked the Minister for Health and Children her plans to ban a substance on sale in head shops. [17066/10]. (28 Apr 2010)

[Oireachtas] 64. Deputy Aengus Ó Snodaigh asked the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government his views on the efforts of local councils to tackle the proliferation of head shops by way of their planning powers. [15930/10]. (22 Apr 2010)

[Oireachtas] Joint Committee on Arts, Sport, Tourism, Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs. Head Shops: Discussion. (21 Apr 2010)

[Oireachtas] 374. Deputy James Reilly asked the Minister for Health and Children the actions she will take to restrict the operation of head shops and the sale of products. [15224/10]. (20 Apr 2010)

[Oireachtas] 2. Deputy Jack Wall asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs the number of complaints lodged with his Department with regard to head shops; [14327/10]. (01 Apr 2010)

[Oireachtas] 29. Deputy Jim O’Keeffe asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs if, in view of the recent controversy surrounding headshops, proposals are in place to increase awareness of the negative effects of consuming psychoactive substances. [14059/10]. (01 Apr 2010)

[Oireachtas] Deputy Mary O’Rourke discussed headshops in the Midlands. (31 Mar 2010)

[Oireachtas] 109. Deputy Joe Costello asked the Minister for Finance if he has given consideration to making it illegal for any retailer to sell any product advertised as a legal high.[11662/10]. (10 Mar 2010)

[Oireachtas] 164. Deputy Joanna Tuffy asked the Minister for Health and Children the reason she proposes a three month standstill on legislative measures to outlaw the sale of certain products commonly sold in head shops.[11831/10]. (10 Mar 2010)

[Oireachtas] 181. Deputy Paul Gogarty asked the Minister for Health and Children the action that is being taken to head shops door to door advertising their wares and the provision of a delivery service. (09 Mar 2010)

[Oireachtas] 96. Deputy Enda Kenny asked the Minister for Health and Children her plans to introduce legislation to regulate head shops and the products sold within head shops. [10510/10]. (03 Mar 2010)

[Oireachtas] 138. Deputy Pat Breen asked the Minister for Health and Children if she will order an immediate inventory into the products sold in head shops. [9431/10]. (24 Feb 2010)

[Oireachtas] 185. Deputy Joe Carey asked the Minister for Health and Children the steps she will take to regulate and ban substances sold in head shops. [8747/10]. (23 Feb 2010)

[Oireachtas] 323. Deputy Joe Carey asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs the steps he will take to deal with the dangers of products sold in head shops. [8749/10]. (23 Feb 2010)

[Oireachtas] 2. Deputy Jack Wall asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs the steps he will take to close or regulate head shops in view of the serious public concern. (18 Feb 2010)

[Oireachtas] 29. Deputy Liz McManus asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs if he will make a statement on the opening hours of head shops. [8400/10]. (18 Feb 2010)

[Oireachtas] 269. Deputy Charlie O’Connor asked the Minister for Health and Children her plans to deal with head shops. [7928/10]. (16 Feb 2010)

[Oireachtas] 19. Deputy Jimmy Deenihan asked the Minister for Health and Children her plans to introduce legislation to regulate head shops.[6894/10]. (11 Feb 2010)

[Oireachtas] 158. Deputy Aengus Ó Snodaigh asked the Minister for Health and Children the procedure for banning a substance sold in head shops. [7096/10]. (10 Feb 2010)

[Oireachtas] 218. Deputy Willie Penrose asked the Minister for Health and Children the steps she will take to curtail or ban the opening of head shops here;[6077/10]. (09 Feb 2010)

[Oireachtas] Seanad Debate. Head Shops: Statements. (03 Feb 2010)

[Oireachtas] 293. Deputy Catherine Byrne asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs his plans to curb the proliferation of head shops here. [5457/10]. (03 Feb 2010)

[Oireachtas] 281. Deputy Mary Wallace asked the Minister for Health and Children the steps she is taking to deal with the ongoing concerns regarding head shops. [4556/10]. (02 Feb 2010)

[Oireachtas] 404. Deputy Deirdre Clune asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs the steps he has taken to ensure the control and regulation of head shops. [5385/10]. (02 Feb 2010)

[Oireachtas] 118. Deputy Brian O’Shea asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs the action he will take regarding head shops. [4327/10]. (28 Jan 2010)

[Oireachtas] 231. Deputy Paul Kehoe asked the Minister for Health and Children the steps she will take to address the legal loophole which allows so-called head shops to sell products with serious psychiatric side effects. [4096/10]. (27 Jan 2010)

[Oireachtas] 263. Deputy James Reilly asked the Minister for Health and Children the number of head shops here; if the opening of these shops is regulated;[3101/10]. (26 Jan 2010)

[Oireachtas] Dail Debates. Adjournment Debate. Substance Abuse. (20 Jan 2010)

[Oireachtas] 446. Deputy Brian O’Shea asked the Minister for Health and Children the substances that have been added to the list of scheduled substances under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1977. [1612/10]. (19 Jan 2010)

[Oireachtas] 74. Deputy Seán Ó Fearghaíl asked the Minister for Health and Children if her attention has been drawn to the proliferation of head shops which have opened here. [39804/09]. (05 Nov 2009)

[Oireachtas] 177. Deputy Seán Ó Fearghaíl asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs if his attention has been drawn to the proliferation of “head” shops which have opened here; [39806/09]. (05 Nov 2009)

[Oireachtas] 637. Deputy Aengus Ó Snodaigh asked the Minister for Health and Children the interaction she has had with the Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government, or the Department of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, to address the problem of homeless rough sleepers in Dublin who are injecting bath salts acquired from head shops; [35685/09]. (03 Nov 2009)

[Oireachtas] 343. Deputy Seán Barrett asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs his plans to control the activities of so-called headshops, in which mind altering drugs (details supplied) are sold as substitutes for banned drug substances; the place of headshops in the national drugs strategy; [24557/09]. (23 Jun 2009)

[Oireachtas] 1. Deputy Catherine Byrne asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs his views on head shops which sell legal highs; the action he will take to tackle the proliferation of such shops in which a large variety of mind altering and potentially dangerous substances can be bought over the counter; if his attention has been drawn to the risks involved in taking these substances and the potential for these substances to become a gateway to experimentation with illegal substances. [18864/08]. (15 May 2008)

[Oireachtas] 89. Deputy Fergus O'Dowd asked the Minister for Health and Children her policy in relation to the availability of benzylpiperazine here; if the pills pose health risks.[4318/08]. (07 Feb 2008)

[Oireachtas] 225. Deputy Jack Wall asked the Minister for Health and Children if she has completed his consideration of whether or not to ban the sale of herbal ecstasy. [20962/07]. (02 Oct 2007)

[Oireachtas] 191. Mr. O'Dowd asked the Minister for Health and Children the availability of benzylpiperazine here; if the pills pose any health risks. [4670/07]. (08 Feb 2007)

[Oireachtas] 143. Deputy Seán Ó Fearghaíl asked the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform if his attention has been drawn to the proliferation of head shops which have opened here; [39805/09]. (05 Nov 2006)

Book

Hadfield, Philip M (2006) Bar wars: contesting the night in contemporary Britain. Clarendon studies in criminology Oxford: Oxford University Press .

Sanders, Bill, ed. (2006) Drugs, clubs and young people: sociological and public health perspectives. Aldershot: Ashgate .

Calafat, Amador and Fernandez, Cesareo and Juan, Montserrat and Anttila, Anu-Hanna and Arias, Ruth and Bellis, Mark A and Bohrn, Karl and Fenk, Regina and Hughes, Karen and Kerschl, Andrea Viktoria and Kokkevi, Anna and Kuussaari, Kristiina and Mendes, Fernando and Leenders, Frank and Simon, Joseph and Spyropoulou, Joseph Simon Maria and Wijngaart, Goof van de and Zavatti, Patrizia (2003) Enjoying the nightlife in Europe: the role of moderation. Palma de Mollorca: IREFREA .

Conference or Workshop Item

McGiobuin, Mel (2010) Not for human consumption. Updated presentation. In: Head shops "Not for human consumption": information seminar, 3 June 2010, Blackhall Place, Dublin. (Submitted)

Corrigan, Desmond (2010) Headshop highs & lows. In: Not for human consumption: unregulated ‘Head Shop’ substances and their risks in Dublin, 6 May 2010, Ozanam House, Dublin. (Submitted)

drugs.ie. Corrigan, Desmond (2010) Legal & herbal highs: the headshop phenomenon. In: National Regional Drugs Task Force 'Legal Highs' Conference, 26 January 2010, Mullingar, Ireland. (Submitted)

Thesis

Donelon, Fiona (1996) Responsible serving of alcohol: strategies used by publicans. Masters thesis, National University of Ireland, Galway.

Teaching Resource

Martin, Garth W (1991) Drug avoidance self-efficacy scale (DASES). Outcomes measurement tool: attitudes & feelings - self-efficacy.

FactSheet

Ballyfermot Advance Project, Base Youth and Child Centre, Ballyfermot. (2010) Legal highs & headshops: some basic facts. Dublin: Ballyfermot Drugs Task Force.

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