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Wilson, David B and Feder, Lynette and Olaghere, Ajima (2021) Court‐mandated interventions for individuals convicted of domestic violence: an updated Campbell systematic review. Campbell Systematic Reviews , 17 , (1) , e1151.

Kavanagh, Adam and Donnelly, Jennifer and Dunne, Niall and Maher, Tom and Nichol, Margaret and Creedon, John (2020) Factors associated with requests for premature discharge and the decision to support a service user through the discharge against medical advice process. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing , 29 , (4) , pp. 716-724.

van Kranenburg, GD and van den Brink, RHS and Mulder, WG and Diekman, WJ and Pijnenborg, GHM and Mulder, CL (2019) Clinical effects and treatment outcomes of long-term compulsory in-patient treatment of treatment-resistant patients with severe mental illness and substance-use disorder. BMC Psychiatry , 19 , (1) , p. 270.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2018) Drug treatment matrix cell A5: Interventions - safeguarding the community. Drug and Alcohol Findings Drug Treatment Matrix .

Butler, Shane (2016) Coolmine Therapeutic Community, Dublin: a forty-year history of Ireland's first voluntary drug treatment service. Addiction , 111 , (2) , pp. 197-203.

Mitchell, Ojmarrh and Wilson, David B and MacKenzie, Doris L (2012) The effectiveness of incarceration-based drug treatment on criminal behavior. Campbell Systematic Reviews , (8) .

Cunningham, Gerry (2012) Analysis of episodes of involuntary re-admission in Ireland (2007-2010). Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine , 29 , (3) , pp. 180-184.

Stevens, Alex (2012) The ethics and effectiveness of coerced treatment of people who use drugs. Human Rights and Drugs , 2 , (1) , pp. 7-15.

Donovan, Anne Marie and Connolly, Johnny (2009) Guidelines on 'quasi-compulsory' treatment. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 30, Summer 2009 , p. 22.

Connolly, Johnny (2007) The Irish Drug Treatment Court - a view from the bench. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 24, Winter 2007 , pp. 22-23.

Connolly, Johnny (2005) Prison rules provide for mandatory drug testing. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 15, Autumn 2005 , p. 15.

O'Loughlin, F and Webb, M (1996) Controlled assessment of alcoholics admitted involuntarily to a general psychiatric hospital. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine , 13 , (4) , pp. 140-143.

Burke, G and Walshe, DG (1995) Addiction and temporary certification: a proposed change to legislation and it's possible implication for clinical practice. Irish Medical Journal , 88 , (6) , pp. 219-220.

Gibbons, P and Walshe, DG and Dillon, J (1992) Committal procedures in Ireland. Irish Medical Journal , 85 , (3) , pp. 91-3.

Eustace, H J (1949) Addiction under the Mental Treatment Act, Eire, 1945. The Journal of Mental Science , 95 , (400) , pp. 693-5.

Report

Revolving Doors Agency. Webster, Russell (2021) Volunteering as a service user in the UK. Findings from a cross-sector survey. London: Russell Webster.

UNSW Social Policy Research Centre. (2020) NSW Involuntary Drug and Alcohol Treatment (IDAT) program. Sydney: UNSW Social Policy Research Centre.

Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction. (2020) Mandatory alcohol screening: policy brief. Ottawa, Ont.: Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction.

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.

Pepper, Melissa and Dawson, Paul (2016) Alcohol abstinence monitoring requirement. A process review of the proof of concept pilot. London: Mayor of London Office of Policing and Crime.

Law Reform Commission. (2013) Mandatory sentences. Dublin: Law Reform Commission.

Law Reform Commission. (2011) Mandatory sentences: consultation paper. Dublin: Law Reform Commission.

Gerra, Gilberto and Clark, Nicolas C. (2009) From coercion to cohesion: treating drug dependence through health care, not punishment. Vienna: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

McSweeney, Tim (2008) Guidelines on the 'quasi-compulsory' treatment of adult drug dependent offenders: results from a survey of Council of Europe member states. London: King’s College London.

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.

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.

Ireland. Department of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs. (2000) White paper on a framework for supporting voluntary activity and for developing the relationship between the state and the community and voluntary sector. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Dail Debates

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answers 409, 411 & 412 - Mental health guidelines [25348/17, 25350/17, 25350/17]. (30 May 2017)

Book

McSherry, Bernadette and Walker, Penelope, eds. (2010) Rethinking rights-based mental health laws. Oxford: Hart .

Yates, Rowdy and Malloch, Margaret S (2010) Tackling addiction. London: Jessica Kingsley .

Goldberg, Raymond, ed. (2004) Taking sides: clashing views on controversial issues in drugs and society. Guilford: McGraw-Hill .

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