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Article

Agus, Ashley and McKay, Michael and Cole, Jonathan and Doherty, Paul and Foxcroft, David and Harvey, Séamus and Murphy, Lynn and Percy, Andrew and Sumnall, Harry (2019) Cost-effectiveness of a combined classroom curriculum and parental intervention: economic evaluation of data from the Steps Towards Alcohol Misuse Prevention Programme cluster randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open , 9 , (7) , e027951.

Angus, Colin and Thomas, Chloe and Anderson, Peter and Meier, Petra S and Brennan, Alan (2017) Estimating the cost-effectiveness of brief interventions for heavy drinking in primary health care across Europe. European Journal of Public Health , 27 , (2) , pp. 345-351.

News

[Belfast Telegraph] NI Obesity and drinking warnings given. (02 Apr 2014)

Report

Department of Children and Youth Affairs. (2014) Value for money and policy review of the youth programmes that target disadvantaged young people. Dublin: Government Publications.

Frontier Economics. (2011) Specialist drug and alcohol services for young people – a cost benefit analysis. London: Department for Education.

Probation Service. (2009) Value for money and policy review of the Community Service scheme. Dublin: Department of Justice, Equality & Law Reform.

National Centre for Pharmacoeconomics. (2007) Economic evaluation of the use of Suboxone for opiate addiction. Dublin: National Centre for Pharmacoeconomics.

Combat Poverty Agency. (2004) Investing in the future: ending child and family poverty. Combat Poverty Agency submission on Budget 2004. Dublin: Combat Poverty Agency.

WHO, UNDCP & EMCDDA. (2000) Evaluation of psychoactive substance use disorder treatment, workbook 5: cost evaluations. WHO, UNDCP & EMCDDA.

Yates, Brian T (1999) Measuring and improving cost, cost-effectiveness, and cost-benefit for substance abuse treatment programs: a manual. Bethesda, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse, Division of Clinical and Services Research.

Evidence resource

Ex-Prisoners Recovering from Addiction Working Group. (2019) Blueprints for the treatment and throughcare of prisoners with histories of drug dependence. A report from the ex-prisoners recovering from addiction (EPRA) working group. University of York. 72 p.

[Drug and Alcohol Findings] (2017) Family therapies best for substance using teenagers. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings. Drug and Alcohol Findings Bulletin (5 May 2017) 7 p.

Hayhurst, Karen P and Leitner, Maria and Davies, Linda and Flentje, Rachel and Millar, Tim and Jones, Andrew and King, Carlene and Donmall, Micheal and Farrell, Michael and Fazel, Seena and Harris, Rochelle and Hickman, Matthew and Lennox, Charlotte and Mayet, Soraya and Senior, Jane and Shaw, Jennifer . (2015) The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of diversion and aftercare programmes for offenders using class A drugs: a systematic review and economic evaluation. National Institute for Health Research. Health Technology Assessment, 19 (6) 198 p.

Anderson, Peter and Baumberg, Ben . (2010) Cost benefit analyses of alcohol policy - a primer. Final report prepared for the project Standardizing Measurement of Alcohol Related Troubles - SMART. Warsaw: Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology. 53 p.

Bywood, Petra and Lunnay, Belinda and Roche, Ann [NCETA] . (2008) Effective dissemination: An examination of the costs of implementation strategies for the AOD field. Adelaide: National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction. 50 p.

Book

Gutzwiller, F and Steffen, T, eds. (1999) Cost-benefit analysis of heroin maintenance treatment. Medical prescription of narcotics; v. 2 Basel: Karger .

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