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Clancy, Carmel and Kelly, Peter and Loth, Christien (2019) Walls are not the answer! Addiction nurses show the way in cross-national collaboration. Journal of Addictions Nursing , 30 , (3) , pp. 136-138.

Clancy, Carmel and Kelly, Peter and Loth, Christien (2019) State of the art in European addictions nursing: perspectives from the United Kingdom, Ireland, and the Netherlands. Journal of Addictions Nursing , 30 , (3) , pp. 139-148.

Keane, Martin (2014) Effective team-working in mental health services. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 51, Autumn 2014 , p. 25.

Pike, Brigid (2014) UN body passes drug resolutions. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 50, Summer 2014 , pp. 3-4.

Pike, Brigid (2013) Southern Regional Drugs Task Force stresses ‘humanistic’ approach. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 44, Winter 2012 , p. 14.

Connolly, Johnny (2012) CityWide launches policy document and drug alliance initiative. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 42, Summer 2012 , p. 9.

Pike, Brigid (2012) UN affirms 100 years of international drug control. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 42, Summer 2012 , pp. 4-5.

Pike, Brigid (2012) Combining drug and alcohol policies – ‘a big challenge’. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 42, Summer 2012 , pp. 3-4.

Pike, Brigid (2011) UN reviews responses to world drugs problem. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 38, Summer 2011 , pp. 11-12.

Pike, Brigid (2011) Working together for better quality in drugs services. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 37, Spring 2011 , pp. 13-14.

Pike, Brigid (2010) Participation in international drugs policy arena will add value to Ireland’s drugs strategy. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 32, Winter 2009 , pp. 7-9.

Connolly, Johnny (2009) EXASS Net - Moscow meeting. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 30, Summer 2009 , p. 24.

Pike, Brigid (2007) Civil Society Forum on Drugs in the EU due to meet. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 24, Winter 2007 , p. 20.

Pike, Brigid (2007) Tools for co-ordinating drugs initiatives in the regions. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 21, spring 2007 , pp. 6-7.

Connolly, Johnny (2006) Responding to open drug scenes and drug-related public nuisance: towards a partnership approach. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 20, Winter 2006 , pp. 8-9.

Long, Jean (2006) Special initiative: working together to reduce the harms caused by alcohol misuse. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 19, Autumn 2006 , p. 25.

Pike, Brigid (2006) New social partnership agreement addresses drugs and alcohol. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 19, Autumn 2006 , p. 7.

Pike, Brigid (2006) Civil society to have role in EU drugs policy. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 19, Autumn 2006 , pp. 19-20.

Galvin, Brian (2006) Green Paper on the Role of Civil Society in Drugs Policy in the European Union. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 18, Summer 2006 , p. 1.

Pike, Brigid (2006) British-Irish Council: Misuse of Drugs Sectoral Group decides 2006 programme. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 17, Spring 2006 , p. 16.

Keane, Martin (2004) Inter-agency protocols - a model of good practice for agencies working with current and former drug users in Blanchardstown. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 12, December 2004 , pp. 18-19.

Long, Jean (2004) Multi-dimensional approach required to prevent overdose. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 10, March 2004 , pp. 12-13.


[Council of the European Union] Council of the European Union: Conclusions on the new EU drugs strategy. (07 Jun 2012)

[United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime] UN drugs chief calls for stronger cooperation frameworks and attention to health as way forward for international drugs policy. (12 Mar 2012)


Forward Trust. (2019) Involving service users and stakeholders as equal partners in the Forward East Kent Substance Misuse Service. Kent: Forward.

United Kingdom. Department of Health. (2017) Strengths-based social work practice with adults. London: Department of Health.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (2017) EU Justice and Home Affairs agencies’ cooperation in 2017. Lisbon: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. (2015) Comprehensive case management for substance abuse treatment. Rockville, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Clinks, DrugScope, Homeless Link, Mind. (2014) Voices from the frontline. Listening to people with multiple needs and those who support them. London: Making Every Adult Matter Coalition.

United Kingdom. Home Office. (2014) Multi agency working and information sharing project: final report. London: Home Office.

Barry, Joseph and Ivers, Jo-Hanna H (2014) Evaluation report of the National Drugs Rehabilitation Framework pilot. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

Citywide. (2012) Multi-agency work with clients who have a dual diagnosis. Seminar report. Dublin: Citywide.

North South Ministerial Council. (2012) Health and food safety meeting joint communique. Armagh: North South Ministerial Council.

Hunt, Priscillia and Kilmer, Beau and Rubin, Jennifer (2011) Development of a European crime report: improving safety and justice with existing crime and criminal justice data. Santa Monica, CA: Rand.

Statham, June (2011) A review of international evidence on interagency working, to inform the development of children’s services committees in Ireland. Dublin: Government Publications.

Celia, Claire and Diepeveen, Stephanie and Ling, Tom (2010) The European Alcohol and Health Forum first monitoring progress report. Santa Monica, CA: Rand.

IAP Blanch Steering Group. (2009) Inter-agency addiction protocols Blanchardstown. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

Health Canada. (2008) Best practices: Early intervention, outreach and community linkages for youth with substance use problems. Ottawa: Health Canada.

Bartholomew, Norma G and Dansereau, DF and Simpson, D Dwayne (2007) Mapping your treatment plan. a collaborative approach. Fort Worth: Texas Christian University. Institute of Behavioral Research.

National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. (2006) NTA guidance for local partnerships on user and carer involvement. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse.

Health Canada. (2006) Best practices: Early intervention, outreach and community linkages for women with substance use problems. Ottawa: Health Canada.

Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network. (2005) Nothing about us without us: greater, meaningful involvement of people who use illegal drugs: a public health, ethical, and human rights imperative. Montréal: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network.

Blanchardstown Equal Initiative. (2004) Making inter-agency protocols work: the development of common protocols by agencies working with current or former drug users. a model of good practice. Dublin: Blanchardstown Equal Initiative.

Scottish Executive. Substance Misuse Division. Effective Interventions Unit. (2002) Integrated care for drug users: principles and practices. Edinburgh: Substance Misuse Division, Scottish Executive.

North West Inter-Agency Drug Group. (1999) North West Inter-Agency Drug Group: annual report 1998. Donegal: North West Inter-Agency Drug Group.

North Eastern Health Board. (1998) Tackling drugs together: a multi-agency approach to education on drugs, prevention and care of misusers. Navan: North Eastern Health Board.

Bowden, Matthew (1996) Rialto Community Drug Team: policy discussion paper. (Unpublished) Dublin: Rialto Community Drug Team.

Dail Debates

[Oireachtas] 502. Deputy Simon Harris asked the Minister for Health the position regarding the partnership approach to the national drugs strategy. [21004/11]. (19 Jul 2011)


Mature Enjoyment of Alcohol in Society Limited. (2008) Working together to reduce alcohol related harm. Alcohol and Society: annual conference series Dublin: MEAS .

Edmundson, Eldon and McCarthy, Deirdre, eds. (2005) Implementing evidence-based practices for treatment of alcohol and drug disorders. New York: Haworth Medical Press .

Grant, Marcus and O'Connor, Joyce, eds. (2004) Corporate social responsibility and alcohol: the need and potential for partnership. ICAP series on alcohol in society New York: Routledge .

Kiely, Gabriel and O'Donnell, Anne and Kennedy, Patricia and Quin, Suzanne, eds. (1999) Irish social policy in context. Dublin: University College Dublin Press .

O'Connor, Louise and O'Connor, Denis and Best, Rachel, eds. (1998) Drugs: partnerships for policy, prevention and education. A practical approach for working together. Cassell studies in pastoral care and personal and London: Cassell .

URRÚS. (1996) Joint Systems Approaches for the Prevention of Drug Misuse. Conference report. Collection of papers & discussion summary. Dublin: URRUS .

Conference or Workshop Item

Wilson, Elspeth (2019) Knowledge into action. Event report. In: Knowledge into action, 14 February 2019, LexIcon, Dun Laoghaire.

Minyard, Karen and Manteuffel, Brigitte (2018) The power of communities of practice: engaging to create excellence and integrate the system. In: National Drugs Forum 2018, 12 November 2018, Aviva Stadium.

Delany, Paul and Harris, Anita and Duff, Paul and Perry, Nicola (2018) Workshop. The role of social reintegration in recovery. In: National Drugs Forum 2018, 12 November 2018, Aviva Stadium.

Frances, Aoife and Power, Sancha and Major, Emmet and Calnan, Susan (2018) Workshop. Supporting prevention work in the community. In: National Drugs Forum 2018, 12 November 2018, Aviva Stadium.

Clancy, Jennifer and Rooney, Siobhan and Buckley, Ruth Anne and Devaney, Eva and Harris, Anita and Sherry, Peter (2018) Workshop. Dual diagnosis: using partnership and peer support as resources in treatment. In: National Drugs Forum 2018, 12 November 2018, Aviva Stadium.

Reaper, Emily (2010) Communities of interest - drug users forum. In: Community drugs problem: defining the problem - defending the responses conference, 15 October 2010, Dublin.

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