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Ramsey, Colette and Galway, Karen and Davidson, Gavin (2021) Implementing changes after patient suicides in mental health services: a systematic review. Health & Social Care in the Community , Early online .

Johnson, Sonia and Rains, Luke Sheridan and Marwaha, Steven and Strang, John and Craig, Thomas and Weaver, Tim and McCrone, Paul and King, Michael and Fowler, David and Pilling, Stephen and Marston, Louise and Omar, Rumana Z and Craig, Meghan and Spencer, Jonathan and Hinton, Mark (2019) A contingency management intervention to reduce cannabis use and time to relapse in early psychosis: the CIRCLE RCT. Health Technology Assessment , 23 , (45) .

Menzies Munthe-Kaas, Heather and Berg, Rigmor C and Blaasvær, Nora (2018) Effectiveness of interventions to reduce homelessness: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Campbell Systematic Reviews , (3) . (Unpublished)

Galvin, Brian (2017) HRB publishes review of reviews . Drugnet Ireland , Issue 63, Autumn 2017 , pp. 13-14.

Klimas, Jan and McNeil, R and Ahamad, K and Mead, A and Rieb, L and Cullen, W and Wood, E and Small, W (2017) Two birds with one stone: experiences of combining clinical and research training in addiction medicine. BMC Medical Education , 17 , (1) , p. 22.

Dillon, Lucy (2016) Outcomes: drug harms, policy harms, poverty and inequality. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 59, Autumn 2016 , pp. 5-6.

O’Keeffe, L and O'Reilly, A and O’Brien, G and Buckley, R and Illback, RJ (2015) Description and outcome evaluation of Jigsaw: an emergent Irish mental health early intervention programme for young people. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine , 32 , (Special issue 01: youth mental health) , pp. 71-77.

Feng, Xiaoqi and Astell-Burt, Thomas and Kolt, Gregory S (2014) Is an index of co-occurring unhealthy lifestyles suitable for understanding migrant health? Preventive Medicine , 69 , pp. 172-5.


Alcohol Research UK. (2016) Researching alcohol harm: 30 years of impact. London: Alcohol Research UK.

Dolan, Kate and Mehrjerdi, Zahra Alam (2015) Medication-assisted treatment of opioid dependence information toolkit. Sydney: Australian National Council on Drugs.

Central East Addiction Technology Transfer Center. (2009) An overview of evidence-based practices: Implementing science-based interventions in practical settings. Kansas: Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network.

Ennals, Kate (2007) Evaluation of the pilot Community and Voluntary Sector Research Grant Scheme 2001-2005. Dublin: National Advisory Committee on Drugs.

Unique Perspectives. (2002) A research study into early school leaving in the Kimmage, Walkinstown, Crumlin and Drimnagh (KWCD) area: summary document. Unique Perspectives.

Institute of Public Health in Ireland. (2001) Health impact assessment: a baseline report for Ireland and Northern Ireland. Dublin: Institute of Public Health in Ireland.

Teesson, Maree and Clement, Nicole and Copeland, Jan and Conroy, Andrew and Reid, Amanda (2000) The measurement of outcome in alcohol and other drug treatment: a review of available instruments. Sydney: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre.


European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (2021) EMCDDA Best practice portal. URL:


Higgins, Julian PT and Green, Sally, eds. (2008) Cochrane handbook of systematic reviews of interventions. London: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd .

Stockwell, Tim and Gruenewald, Paul and Toumbouru, John W and Loxely, Wendy, eds. (2005) Preventing harmful substance use: the evidence base for policy and practice. Chichester: John Wiley .

Torgerson, Carole (2003) Systematic reviews. London: Continuum .

Bryant, Kendall J and Windle, Michael and West, Stephen G, eds. (2002) The science of prevention: methodological advances from alcohol and substance abuse research. Wahington, DC: American Psychological Association .

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