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Kummetat, Johanna Leona and Leonhard, Anya and Manthey, Jakob and Speerforck, Sven and Schomerus, Georg (2022) Understanding the association between alcohol stigma and alcohol consumption within Europe: a cross-sectional exploratory study. European Addiction Research , Early online , pp. 1-9.

Parkes, Tessa and Price, Tracey and Foster, Rebecca and Trayner, Kirsten M A and Sumnall, Harry R and Livingston, Wulf and Perkins, Andy and Cairns, Beth and Dumbrell, Josh and Nicholls, James (2022) 'Why would we not want to keep everybody safe?' The views of family members of people who use drugs on the implementation of drug consumption rooms in Scotland. Harm Reduction Journal , 19 , (1) .

O'Carroll, Austin (2022) The suicide hierarchy. BJGP Life .

Finucane, Aisling and Moran Stritch, Jennifer (2022) Connecting the person by removing the stigma: why Ireland should follow the Portuguese model of drug decriminalisation. South Eastern European Journal of Public Health , 6 .

Treloar, Carla and Cama, Elena and Lancaster, Kari and Brener, Loren and Broady, Timothy R and Cogle, Aaron and O'Donnell, Darryl (2022) A universal precautions approach to reducing stigma in health care: getting beyond HIV-specific stigma. Harm Reduction Journal , 19 .

Condron, Ita and Lyons, Suzi and Carew, Anne Marie (2022) Gambling in Ireland: profile of treatment episodes from a national treatment reporting system. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine , Early online , pp. 1-8.

Davis, Natalie (2022) ‘Words matter’: from pejorative to people-first, stigmatising to strengths-based. SSA Blog .

Miller, Nicole M and Waterhouse-Bradley, Bethany and Campbell, Claire and Shorter, Gillian W (2022) How do naloxone-based interventions work to reduce overdose deaths: a realist review. Harm Reduction Journal , 19 .

Kennedy-Hendricks, Alene and McGinty, Emma E and Summers, Amber and Krenn, Susan and Fingerhood, Michael I and Barry, Colleen L (2022) Effect of exposure to visual campaigns and narrative vignettes on addiction stigma among health care professionals: a randomized clinical trial. JAMA Network Open , 5 , (2) , e2146971.

Oxtoby, Kathy (2022) Alcohol misuse and older people: providing support and challenging stigma. GM: Geriatric Medicine Journal .

Adley, Mark and Atkinson, A M and Sumnall, Harry R (2022) Including the multiply excluded: a mixed methods study exploring intragroup stigma towards people who use synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonists. Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy , Early online .

Mayock, Paula and Butler, Shane (2022) “I’m always hiding and ducking and diving”: the stigma of growing older on methadone. Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy , 29 , (2) , pp. 139-149.

Cheetham, Ali and Picco, Louisa and Barnett, Anthony and Lubman, Dan I and Nielsen, Suzanne (2022) The impact of stigma on people with opioid use disorder, opioid treatment, and policy. Substance Abuse and Rehabilitation , 13 , pp. 1-12.

Patton, David and Best, David and Brown, Lorna (2022) Overcoming the pains of recovery: the management of negative recovery capital during addiction recovery pathways. Addiction Research & Theory , 30 , (5) , pp. 340-350.

Karlsen, Tom H and Sheron, Nick and Zelber-Sagi, Shira and Carrieri, Patrizia and Dusheiko, Geoffrey and Bugianesi, Elisabetta and Pryke, Rachel and Hutchinson, Sharon J and Sangro, Bruno and Martin, Natasha K and Cecchini, Michele and Dirac, Mae Ashworth and Belloni, Annalisa and Serra-Burriel, Miquel and Ponsioen, Cyriel Y and Sheena, Brittney and Lerouge, Alienor and Devaux, Marion and Scott, Nick and Hellard, Margaret and Verkade, Henkjan J and Sturm, Ekkehard and Marchesini, Giulio and Yki-Järvinen, Hannele and Byrne, Chris D and Targher, Giovanni and Tur-Sinai, Aviad and Barrett, Damon and Ninburg, Michael and Reic, Tatjana and Taylor, Alison and Rhodes, Tim and Treloar, Carla and Petersen, Claus and Schramm, Christoph and Flisiak, Robert and Simonova, Marieta Y and Pares, Albert and Johnson, Philip and Cucchetti, Alessandro and Graupera, Isabel and Lionis, Christos and Pose, Elisa and Fabrellas, Núria and Ma, Ann T and Mendive, Juan M and Mazzaferro, Vincenzo and Rutter, Harry and Cortez-Pinto, Helena and Kelly, Deirdre and Burton, Robyn and Lazarus, Jeffrey V and Ginès, Pere and Buti, Maria and Newsome, Philip N and Burra, Patrizia and Manns, Michael P (2021) The EASL-Lancet Liver Commission: protecting the next generation of Europeans against liver disease complications and premature mortality. Lancet .

Pescosolido, Bernice A and Halpern-Manners, Andrew and Luo, Liying and Perry, Brea (2021) Trends in public stigma of mental illness in the US, 1996-2018. JAMA Network Open , 4 , (12) , e2140202.

Fuehrlein, Brian and Hochschild, Annabella and Goldman, Mia and Amsalem, Doron and Chilton, Julie and Martin, Andrés (2021) Learning about and destigmatizing substance use disorders: a video-based educational module using simulated patients. Academic Psychiatry .

Grubb, Caitlyn J and Bergeria, Cecilia L and Huhn, Andrew S and Dunn, Kelly E (2021) Attitudes toward organ donation for persons who have a substance use disorder relative to other health conditions. Frontiers in Psychiatry , 12 , p. 698645.

Sumnall, Harry and Atkinson, Amanda and Gage, Suzanne H and Hamilton, Ian and Montgomery, Catharine (2021) Less than human: dehumanisation of people who use heroin. Health Education , 121 , (6) , pp. 649-669.

Dozet, Danijela and Burd, Larry and Popova, Svetlana (2021) Screening for alcohol use in pregnancy: a review of current practices and perspectives. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction , Early online , pp. 1-20.

Vaughan, Elena and Power, Martin (2021) The discursive construction of HIV stigma in Irish print media. Health , Early online , p. 13634593211038525.

McGrath, Emma (2021) Stigma of growing older on methadone maintenance treatment. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 78, Summer 2021 , pp. 16-17.

Sulzer, Sandra H and Prevedel, Suzanne and Barrett, Tyson and Wright Ross, Maren (2021) Professional education to reduce provider stigma toward harm reduction and pharmacotherapy. Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy , Early online .

Kelly, John F and Greene, M Claire and Abry, Alexandra (2021) A US national randomized study to guide how best to reduce stigma when describing drug-related impairment in practice and policy. Addiction , 116 , (7) , pp. 1757-1767.

Dupree, Timothy and Wood, Caroline I and Brace, Andrea M (2021) Understanding the stigma and feasibility of opening a safe injection facility in Baltimore City: a qualitative case study. The Qualitative Report , 26 , (6) , pp. 1911-1931.

O'Donnell, Patrick and Moran, Lisa and Geelen, Stefan and O'Donovan, Diarmuid and van den Muijsenbergh, Maria and Elmusharaf, Khalifa (2021) "There is people like us and there is people like them, and we are not like them." Understating social exclusion - a qualitative study. PLoS ONE , 16 , (6) , e0253575.

Cernasev, Alina and Hohmeier, Kenneth C and Frederick, Kelsey and Jasmin, Hilary and Gatwood, Justin (2021) A systematic literature review of patient perspectives of barriers and facilitators to access, adherence, stigma, and persistence to treatment for substance use disorder. Exploratory Research in Clinical and Social Pharmacy , 2 .

Dyregrov, Kari and Bruland Selseng, Lillian (2021) “Nothing to mourn, He was just a drug addict” - stigma towards people bereaved by drug-related death. Addiction Research & Theory .

Dannatt, Lisa and Ransing, Ramdas and Calvey, Tanya and Scheibein, Florian and Saad, Noha Ahmed and Shirasaka, Tomohiro and Ramalho, Rodrigo and Pant, Sagun and Vadivel, Ramyadarshni and Siste, Kristiana and Stowe, M J and Kalita, Kamal Narayan and Boujraf, Saïd and Testa, Roberta and Arya, Sidharth and Morgan, Nirvana and Grandinetti, Paolo (2021) The Impact of stigma on treatment services for people with substance use disorders during the COVID-19 pandemic-perspectives of NECPAM members. Frontiers in Psychiatry , 12 , p. 634515.

Kolto, Andras and Gavin, Aoife and Vaughan, Elena and Kelly, Colette and Molcho, Michal and Nic Gabhainn, Saoirse (2021) Connected, respected, and contributing to their world: the case of sexual minority and non-minority young people in Ireland. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health , 18 , (3) .

Kilian, Carolin and Manthey, Jakob and Carr, Sinclair and Hanschmidt, Franz and Rehm, Jürgen and Speerforck, Sven and Schomerus, Georg (2021) Stigmatization of people with alcohol use disorders: an updated systematic review of population studies. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research , 45 , (5) , pp. 899-911.

Alcohol Change UK. (2020) How do we talk about alcohol? Policy Insights .

Fischer, Benedikt (2020) Some notes on the use, concept and socio-political framing of 'stigma' focusing on an opioid-related public health crisis. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy , 15 , (54) , p. 54.

Muncan, Brandon and Walters, Suzan M and Ezell, Jerel and Ompad, Danielle C (2020) "They look at us like junkies": influences of drug use stigma on the healthcare engagement of people who inject drugs in New York City. Harm Reduction Journal , 17 , (1) , p. 53.

Ali, Ishmael (2020) Our patients with addiction often feel little more than ‘animals’ in the pharmacy — we must change. The Pharmaceutical Journal .

Bannister, Rachel (2020) Rachel Bannister on struggling with addiction: “You just need a hand to hold to see you through”. BMJ Opinion .

Fomiatti, Renae and Farrugia, Adrian and Fraser, Suzanne and Dwyer, Robyn and Neale, Joanne and Strang, John (2020) Addiction stigma and the production of impediments to take-home naloxone uptake. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine , p. 1363459320925863.

Wilson, Hester (2020) How stigmatising language affects people in Australia who use tobacco, alcohol and other drugs. Australian Journal of General Practice , 49 , (3) , pp. 155-158.

Ross, Don (2020) Addiction is socially engineered exploitation of natural biological vulnerability. Behavioural Brain Research , 386 , p. 112598.

Vaughan, Elena and Power, Martin and Sixsmith, Jane (2020) Experiences of stigma in healthcare settings by people living with HIV in Ireland: a qualitative study. AIDS Care , 32 , (9) , pp. 1162-1167.

Tyndall, Mark and Dodd, Zoë (2020) How structural violence, prohibition, and stigma have paralyzed north American responses to opioid overdose. AMA Journal of Ethics , 22 , (8) .

Blaszczynski, Alex and Swanton, Thomas B and Gainsbury, Sally M (2020) Avoiding use of stigmatising descriptors in gambling studies. International Gambling Studies .

Dillon, Lucy (2019) Meeting the needs of BME communities – organisational connector models. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 71, Autumn 2019 , pp. 14-15.

Vilsaint, Corrie L and Hoffman, Lauren A and Kelly, John F (2019) Perceived discrimination in addiction recovery: assessing the prevalence, nature, and correlates using a novel measure in a U.S. National sample. Drug and Alcohol Dependence , p. 107667.

Stangl, Anne L and Earnshaw, Valerie A and Logie, Carmen H and van Brake, Wim and Simbayi, Leickness C and Barré, Iman and Dovidio, John F (2019) The Health Stigma and Discrimination Framework: a global, crosscutting framework to inform research, intervention development, and policy on health-related stigmas. BMC Medicine , 17 , (31) .

Transgender Equality Network Ireland. O'Sullivan, Terri (2019) Working with transgender people. Irish Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy , 19 , (2) , pp. 4-10.

Crapanzano, Kathleen A and Hammarlund, Rebecca and Ahmad, Bilal and Hunsinger, Natalie and Kullar, Rumneet (2019) The association between perceived stigma and substance use disorder treatment outcomes: a review. Substance Abuse and Rehabilitation , 10 , pp. 1-12.

Hadland, Scott E and Park, Tae Woo and Bagley, Sarah M (2018) Stigma associated with medication treatment for young adults with opioid use disorder: a case series. Addiction Science & Clinical Practice , 13 , (15) .

Millar, Sean (2018) HIV in Ireland: knowledge, attitudes and stigma. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 64, Winter 2018 , p. 8.

Dillon, Lucy (2018) Reducing stigma in Ireland. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 65, Spring 2018 , pp. 1-3.

Dillon, Lucy (2018) Challenging prejudice and changing language. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 65, Spring 2018 , pp. 4-5.

Bingham, Tim (2016) Moving forward by changing the narrative on drug use. Tim Bingham blog .

Juman, Richard (2016) Professional voices—the experience machine. The Fix .

Kelly, John E and Saitz, Richard and Wakeman, Sarah (2016) Language, substance use disorders, and policy: the need to reach consensus on an “addiction-ary”. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly , 34 , (1) .

France, Nadine Ferris and Mcdonald, Steve H and Conroy, Ronan R and Byrne, Elaine and Mallouris, Chris and Hodgson, Ian and Larkan, Fiona N (2015) "An unspoken world of unspoken things": a study identifying and exploring core beliefs underlying self-stigma among people living with HIV and AIDS in Ireland. Swiss Medical Weekly , 145 , w14113.

Van Hout, Marie Claire and Bingham, Tim (2012) Mothers' experiences of their children's detoxification in the home: results from a pilot study. Community Practitioner , 85 , (7) , pp. 30-33.

Van Hout, Marie Claire and Staniewicz, Teresa (2012) Roma and Irish Traveller housing and health – a public health concern. Critical Public Health , 22 , (2) , pp. 193-207.

Harris, Julie and McElrath, Karen (2012) Methadone as social control: institutionalized stigma and the prospect of recovery. Qualitative Health Research , 22 , (6) , pp. 810-824.

Bingham, Tim (2012) Irish Press Ombudsman upholds complaint from coalition of drug services. Human Rights and Drugs , 2 , (1) , pp. 71-72.

Van Hout, Marie Claire (2011) Assimilation, habitus and drug use among Irish Travellers. Critical Public Health , 21 , (2) , pp. 203-220.

Whitaker, Teresa and Ryan, Paul and Cox, Gemma (2011) Stigmatization among drug-using sex workers accessing support services in Dublin. Qualitative Health Research , 21 , (8) , pp. 1086-1100.

Keane, Martin (2011) Exploring illicit drug use in a Traveller community. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 39, Autumn 2011 , pp. 16-17.

Dunne, Mary (2009) Drug-using sex workers exposed to multiple risks and harms. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 31, Autumn 2009 , pp. 20-21.

Pike, Brigid (2009) Mental health and well-being of LGBT people the role of alcohol and drugs. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 30, Summer 2009 , p. 20.

Conroy, Ronán Michael and Golden, Janet and O'Dwyer, Anne Marie and Golden, Daniel and Hardouin, Jean-Benoit (2006) Illness-related stigma, mood and adjustment to illness in persons with hepatitis C. Social Science & Medicine , 63 , (12) , pp. 3188-3198.

Connolly, Johnny (2006) Treatment-based alternatives to imprisonment. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 17, Spring 2006 , pp. 18-19.

Surlis, Siobhan and Hyde, Abbey (2001) HIV-positive patients' experiences of stigma during hospitalization. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care , 12 , (6) , pp. 68-77.

Report

Alcohol Action Ireland. (2022) The use of negative language dehumanises people with dependency problems. Dublin: Alcohol Action Ireland.

Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction. (2022) Understanding substance use: educators guide. Ottawa: Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction.

Minescu, Anca and Stoica, Billie and Zubareva, Anastasiia and Leacy, Becky and Leahy, Patricia and Paulon, Tainara and Clifford, Nichola and Pereira, Naiara and Berry, Adeline (2022) I must be some person: accounts from street sex workers in Ireland. Limerick: University of Limerick.

Scottish Drug Deaths Taskforce. (2022) Scottish drug deaths taskforce evidence paper. Scottish Drug Deaths Taskforce.

UISCE. (2022) UISCE’s strategy to build inclusion & participation of people who use drugs 2022 – 2025. Dublin: UISCE.

Parkin, Stephen (2022) Breaking the cycle of stigma in academic writing. London: Society for the Study of Addiction.

Scottish Drugs Forum. (2022) Providing emergency help to someone having an overdose: your experiences. Glasgow: Scottish Drugs Forum.

Mutatayi, Carine and Morton, Sarah and Robles Soto, Nadia and Palsdottir, Kristin I and Vale Pires, Cristina (2022) Implementing a gender approach in drug policies: prevention, treatment and criminal justice. A handbook for practitioners and decision makers. Strasbourg: Council of Europe.

Dimova, Elena and O'Brien, Rosaleen and Elliott, Lawrie and Emslie, Carol (2022) What are LGBTQ+ people’s experiences of alcohol services in Scotland? A qualitative study of service users and service providers. Edinburgh: Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems.

Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction. (2022) Issues of Substance 2021: Driving Change Together conference summary report: key takeaway. Ottawa: Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction.

McSweeney, Andrea and Lambert, Sharon (2022) A thematic analysis of the roles and experiences of professionals in supporting individuals who require treatment for alcohol dependence. Cork: University College Cork.

The Scottish Government. (2022) National mission on drug deaths: plan 2022-2026. Edinburgh: The Scottish Government.

Deane, Audry (2021) It’s like we’re the forgotten ... An exploration of the issues affecting older people in Ballyfermot who are experiencing problematic drug and alcohol use. Dublin: Ballyfermot Local Drug and Alcohol Task Force.

Northern Ireland. Department of Health. (2021) Preventing harm, empowering recovery. A strategic framework to tackle the harm from substance use (2021-31). Belfast: Department of Health.

Ivers, Jo-Hanna and Giulini, Francesca and Paul, Gillian (2021) Supporting women to access appropriate treatment study. Dublin: Trinity College Dublin.

Comiskey, Catherine and Prakashini Banka, Sonam and McDonagh, David and Galligan, Karen (2021) An evaluation of the co-design of a CityWide pilot anti-stigma training programme. Dublin: Citywide.

National Academy of Medicine, Dell Medical School, University of Texas at Austin, Shatterproof. (2021) Stigma of Addiction Summit innovation abstract compendium. National Academy of Medicine.

HIV Ireland. (2021) Media reporting guidelines - HIV. Dublin: HIV Ireland.

Scottish Drugs Forum. (2020) Moving beyond 'people first' language: a glossary of contested terms in substance use. Glasgow: Scottish Drugs Forum.

Doyle, Louise and Keogh, Brian and Morris, Noreen and Higgins, Agnes and Downes, Carmel (2020) Accessing help for self-harm and suicidal behaviour in the emergency department: the experiences of service users. Dublin: School of Nursing and Midwifery Trinity College Dublin.

Madden, Annie and Henderson, Charles (2020) Words matter! Language statement & reference guide. London: INPUD Secretariat.

Scottish Drug Deaths Taskforce. (2020) A strategy to address the stigmatisation of people and communities affected by drug use. Edinburgh: Scottish Drug Deaths Taskforce.

Dong, K and Meador, Karine and Hyshka, E and Salokangas, E and Burton-MacLeod, S and Bablitz, C and Lail, P and Colizza, K and Etches, N and Cardinal, C and Twan, S and Gilani, F and Brooks, HL and Wild, TC (2020) Supporting people who use substances in acute care settings during the COVID-19 pandemic: CRISM – interim guidance document. Edmonton, Alberta: Canadian Research Initiative in Substance Misuse.

Hamilton, Dan (2020) ‘bringing recovery into the open’. A review of the Ballymun recovery month 2019. Dublin: Ballymun Local Drugs and Alcohol Task Force.

See Change. (2020) What is stigma? A guide to understanding mental health stigma. Kildare: See Change.

HIV Ireland. (2020) HIV terminology and appropriate language use guidelines. Dublin: HIV Ireland.

South East Regional Drug and Alcohol Task Force. (2020) South east regional drug and alcohol task force. Challenge and change: tackling substance misuse in the south east region. Reducing substance misuse strategy 2020-2023. Waterford: South East Regional Drug and Alcohol Task Force.

Hough, Jennifer (2020) Women & alcohol. Dublin: Alcohol Action Ireland.

Seashell, The National Organisation for FASD. (2020) FASD: preferred UK language guide. London: Department of Health & Social Care.

Scharwey, M and Keane, Marcus and Duffin, Tony (2019) Ireland and the human rights of people who use drugs. Dublin: Ana Liffey Drug Project.

Schölin, Lisa and Rhynas, Sarah and Holloway, Aisha and Jepson, Ruth (2019) Rapid evidence review. Dual diagnosis, double stigma: a rapid review of experiences of living with alcohol-related brain damage (ARBD). London: Alcohol Change UK.

International Network of People who Use Drugs. (2019) Chemsex: a case study of drug-userphobia. London: INPUD.

Alcohol and Drug Foundation. (2019) Alcohol and other drugs: stigma. A background paper. Melbourne: Alcohol and Drug Foundation.

Alcohol and Drug Foundation, Association of Participating Service Users/Self Help Addiction Resource Centre, Department of Health and Human Services, Harm Reduction Victoria and Penington Institute. (2019) The power of words. Having alcohol and other drug conversations: a practical guide. Melbourne: Alcohol and Drug Foundation.

Sertich, Nicholas (2018) Villainous, alien, and killable: narrative and regulatory norms surrounding drug users in video games. Swansea: Global Drug Policy Observatory.

Lancaster, Kari and Seear, Kate and Ritter, Alison (2018) Reducing stigma and discrimination for people experiencing problematic alcohol and other drug use. Sydney: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre.

Citywide. (2018) Stop the stigma campaign. Dublin: Citywide.

Turning Point. (2018) People powered recovery. Social action and complex needs: findings from a call for evidence. London: All-Party Parliamentary Group on complex needs and dual diagnosis.

Lentinello, Emily (2017) The Acceptance Project: reducing stigma and discrimination towards mental illness and substance use problems among community health centre staff. Ontario: EEnet.

HIV Ireland. (2017) HIV in Ireland 2017. Findings from the National HIV knowledge and attitudes survey 2017 and People living with HIV stigma survey 2017. Summary report. Dublin: HIV Ireland.

AOD Media Watch. (2017) Guidelines for journalists. Australia: AOD Media Watch.

Making Every Adult Matter Coalition. (2015) Solutions from the frontline. Recommendations for policymakers on supporting people with multiple needs. London: Making Every Adult Matter Coalition.

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. (2014) Policy briefing. Women who inject drugs and HIV: addressing specific needs. Vienna: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

Levy, Jay (2014) The harms of drug use: criminalisation, misinformation, and stigma. London: INPUD; Youth RISE.

Harris, Linda and Halliday, Kate (2013) Primary care drug and alcohol treatment: commissioning and provision against a backdrop of localism. London: Royal College of General Practitioners & SSMGP.

Pflanz-Sinclair, Christine and Matheson, Catriona and Aucott, Lorna (2013) General practitioner engagement with the Scottish National Naloxone Programme: A needs assessment project. Edinburgh: NHS Health Scotland.

Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs. (2012) Recovery from drug and alcohol dependence: an overview of the evidence. London: Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs.

Kensy, Julia and Stengel, Camille and Nougier, Marie and Birgin, Ruth (2012) Drug policy and women: addressing the negative consequences of harmful drug control. London: International Drug Policy Consortium.

Adfam. (2012) Challenging stigma: tackling the prejudice experienced by the families of drug and alcohol users. London: Adfam.

Cork Simon Community. (2012) Working it out- a report on the barriers to employment faced by people who are homeless. Cork: Cork Simon Community.

Society of Editors, UK Drug Policy Commission. (2012) Dealing with the stigma of drugs: a guide for journalists. London: Society of Editors and UKDPC.

Pavee Point Drugs Programme. (2011) Traveller Drug Network workshop report. Dublin: Pavee Point Travellers Centre.

MacGabhann, Conn (2011) Voices unheard. A study of Irish Travellers in prison. London: Irish Chaplaincy in Britain.

Loughborough Communications Research Centre, loughborough University. (2010) Representations of drug use and drug users in the British press. A content analysis of newspaper coverage. London: UK Drug Policy Commission.

UK Drug Policy Commission. (2010) Getting serious about stigma: the problem with stigmatising drug users. An overview. London: UK Drug Policy Commission.

National Advisory Committee on Drugs. Cox, Gemma and Whitaker, Teresa (2009) Drug use, sex work and the risk environment in Dublin. Dublin: Stationery Office.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (2009) Thematic paper: Women’s voices: experiences and perceptions of women facing drug problems. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.

Devlin, Maurice (2004) Inequality and the stereotyping of young people. Dublin: Equality Authority.

Webpage

Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs, Adfam. (2022) Reporting of substance media toolkit. URL: https://www.sfad.org.uk/reporting-of-substance-med...

NIDAMED. (2021) Words matter - terms to use and avoid when talking about addiction. URL: https://www.drugabuse.gov/nidamed-medical-health-p...

FactSheet

UISCE. (2016) Stigmatising language: rationale and preferred terminology. Dublin: UISCE.

Dail Debates

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answer - Drugs crime [3771/14]. (28 Jan 2014)

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answer 632 - Traveller community [15133/11]. (15 Jun 2011)

Book

Positive Now. O’Donnell, Aislinn (2014) HIV: our responsibilities. Dublin: Positive Now and the All-Ireland Network of People Living with HIV .

Shapiro, Harry (2010) The media guide to drugs: key facts and figures for journalists. London: Drugscope .

Bond, Laurence and McGinnity, Frances and Russell, Helen (2010) Making equality count. Irish and international research measuring equality and discrimination. Dublin: Liffey Press .

Book Section

Service User Rights in Action (SURIA). (2019) Voices of the silenced and the ignored - an analysis by the Service Users Rights in Action Group. In: Does it only happen to me? Living in the shadows of socio-economic discrimination. Dublin: ATD Ireland .

Newsletter

Merchants Quay Ireland. (2019) Quay Times. The newsletter for supporters of Merchants Quay Ireland. , (Spring 2019) , 8 p..

Conference or Workshop Item

Murphy, Karen (2010) Communities of interest - female sex workers. In: Community drugs problem: defining the problem - defending the responses conference, 15 October 2010, Dublin.

Thesis

O'Reilly, Laura (2014) Stigma and identity: an exploration of drug use in West Dublin. PhD thesis, Trinity College Dublin.

Lee, Jennifer (2006) Women's experiences of disclosure of their drug use and dependence to the maternity services in Dublin. MSc thesis, Trinity College Dublin.

Video

Walsh, Orla (2021) Sides... filmed for Red Door Recovery Project 2021. Red Door Recovery Project.

Mountain Plains ATTC. (2020) Supportive housing: addressing discrimination and stigma to ensure service integration. ATTC.

Mountain Plains ATTC. (2020) The impact of stigma surrounding use of medications for opioid use disorder. ATTC.

Audio

Ivers, Jo-Hanna and Losty, Sandra (2022) Let's talk about recovery. Women and recovery - blocks, barriers and building each other up.

Bell, Jimmy (2022) Ballymun does recovery podcast. Spotify.

McDonnell, Abigail (2021) See Change sessions with Alittlegail. S3 E13: Getting uncomfortable talking about addiction and overdoses. Kildare: See Change.

Teaching Resource

Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction. (2021) Overcoming stigma: online learning. Ottawa: Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction.

News

[thejournal.ie] , Ruane, Lynn Lynn Ruane: A mature society accepts that drug use is normal and does not punish addiction. (20 Feb 2022)

[Irish Times] , O'Donnell, Chris How we treat homeless people with mental illness and addiction must change. (26 Oct 2021)

[Volteface] , Kowalski, Katya Editorial: the moral complexities of drug policy. (08 Apr 2021)

[EchoLive.ie] , Lambert, Sharon We should be alarmed at high level of addiction deaths. (20 Aug 2020)

[Irish Examiner] , Hoare, Padraig ‘A major shift on homelessness is needed now’ after street deaths. (15 Aug 2020)

Press Association. [breakingnews.ie] Project aims to tackle stigma surrounding addiction. (06 Mar 2020)

Merchants Quay Ireland. [Merchants Quay Ireland] Six in ten people in Ireland have experience of addiction, new poll finds. (05 Mar 2020)

[Ana Liffey Drug Project] , Duffin, Tony Campaigners call for care and compassion towards people who use drugs. (16 Dec 2019)

[Dublin Inquirer] , Buckley, Anne It's time to build the supervised injecting facility. (09 Jan 2019)

[Independent.ie] , Kelly, Clara Dr Ciara Kelly: We can't judge patients, just try to help them. (12 Nov 2018)

[Irish Times] , Crawley, Peter A tale of two brothers: ‘Philly stayed with football. John went into drugs’. (22 Oct 2018)

[Lovin Dublin] A Dublin event is fighting the stigma surrounding addiction this weekend. (14 Sep 2018)

Press Association. [Irish Examiner] Fianna Fáil criticised over ‘cruel, mocking’ post on drugs policy. (09 Aug 2018)

[thejournal.ie] , Ryan, Orla 'Some families lost four of five children to drugs': Being a GP in Dublin's inner city. (25 May 2018)

[thejournal.ie] , Duffy, Ronan 'You junkie, you addict' - How stigma can prevent drug users getting the help they need. (27 Feb 2018)

[Irish Times] , Freyne, Patrick My friend said: ‘Heroin will get rid of the pain.’ And it did. (27 Jan 2018)

[The Guardian] , Morris, James The media has a problem with alcoholism – and it's stopping people getting help. (22 Nov 2017)

[HIV Ireland] HIV Ireland launches National HIV stigma survey: survey to explore HIV stigma & discrimination. (01 Mar 2017)

[St Patrick's Mental Health Services] Stigma associated with mental health issues still prevalent in society. (10 Sep 2014)

[Irish Examiner] , Ring, Evelyn Young, poor men most affected by stigmatisation when using social services. (22 Feb 2014)

[St Patrick's Mental Health Services] [Mental health] Stigma still a significant factor. (10 Sep 2013)

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