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Wincup, Emma (2019) Women as vulnerable subjects: a gendered reading of the English and Irish drug strategies. Addictive Behaviors , 98 , p. 105995.

Wells, John Sg and Bergin, Michael and Van Hout, Marie-Claire and McGuinness, Pádraig and De Pleissisc, Jaco and Rich, Eileen and Dada, Siphokazi and Wells, Richard and Gooney, Martina Ann (2018) Purchasing over the counter (OTC) medicinal products containing codeine - easy access, advertising, misuse and perceptions of medicinal risk. Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences , 21 , (1) , p. 30049.

O'Halloran, Charlotte and Cullen, Katelyn and Njoroge, Jaquelyn and Jessop, Lucy and Smith, Josie and Hope, Vivian and Ncube, Fortune (2017) The extent of and factors associated with self-reported overdose and self-reported receipt of naloxone among people who inject drugs (PWID) in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. International Journal on Drug Policy , 46 , pp. 34-40.

Way, Michael J and Ali, M Adam and McQuillin, Andrew and Morgan, Marsha Y (2017) Genetic variants in ALDH1B1 and alcohol dependence risk in a British and Irish population: A bioinformatic and genetic study. PLoS ONE , 12 , (6) , e0177009.

Simpson, Alan and Hannigan, Ben and Coffey, Michael and Barlow, Sally and Cohen, Rachel and Jones, Aled and Všetečková, Jitka and Faulkner, Alison and Thornton, Alexandra and Cartwright, Martin (2016) Recovery-focused care planning and coordination in England and Wales: a cross-national mixed methods comparative case study. BMC Psychiatry , 16 , (1) , p. 147.

Ali, M Adam and Way, Michael J and Marks, Michael and Guerrini, Irene and Thomson, Allan D and Strang, John and McQuillin, Andrew and Morgan, Marsha Y (2015) Phenotypic heterogeneity in study populations may significantly confound the results of genetic association studies on alcohol dependence. Psychiatric Genetics , 25 , (6) , pp. 234-40.

El Ansari, Walid and Vallentin-Holbech, Lotte and Stock, Christiane (2015) Predictors of illicit drug use among university students in Northern Ireland, Wales and England. Global journal of health science , 7 , (4) , pp. 18-29.

Barry, Eleanor and Laverty, Anthony A and Majeed, Azeem and Millett, Christopher (2015) Ethnic group variations in alcohol-related hospital admissions in England: does place matter? Ethnicity & Health , 20 , (6) , pp. 557-63.

El Ansari, Walid and Sebena, Rene and Stock, Christiane (2014) Do importance of religious faith and healthy lifestyle modify the relationships between depressive symptoms and four indicators of alcohol consumption? A survey of students across seven universities in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Substance Use & Misuse , 49 , (3) , pp. 211-220.

Nagelhout, Gera E and de Vries, Hein and Boudreau, Christian and Allwright, Shane and McNeill, Ann and van den Putte, Bas and Fong, Geoffrey T and Willemsen, Marc C (2012) Comparative impact of smoke-free legislation. European Journal of Public Health , 22 , (Supplement 1) , pp. 4-9.

Cusick, Linda and McGarry, Kathryn and Perry, Georgina and Kilcommons, Sian (2010) Drug services for sex workers: approaches in England and Ireland. Safer Communities , 9 , (4) , pp. 32-39.

Bhala, Neeraj and Bhopal, Raj and Brock, Anita and Griffiths, Clare and Wild, Sarah (2009) Alcohol-related and hepatocellular cancer deaths by country of birth in England and Wales: analysis of mortality and census data. Journal of Public Health , 31 , (2) , pp. 250-7.

Rao, R and Wolff, K and Marshall, EJ (2008) Alcohol use and misuse in older people: a local prevalence study comparing English and Irish inner-city residents living in the UK. Journal of Substance Use , 13 , (1) , pp. 17-26.

Tilki, Mary (2006) The social contexts of drinking among Irish men in London. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy , 13 , (3) , pp. 247-261.

Strecher, Victor J and Shiffman, Saul and West, Robert (2005) Randomized controlled trial of a web-based computer-tailored smoking cessation program as a supplement to nicotine patch therapy. Addiction , 100 , (5) , pp. 682-688.

Foster, JH (2003) The Irish alcohol misuser in England: Ill served by research and policy? Some suggestions for future research opportunities. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy , 10 , (1) , pp. 57-63.

Maguire, TA and McElnay, JC and Drummand, A. (2001) A randomized controlled trial of a smoking cessation intervention based in community pharmacies. Addiction , 96 , (2) , pp. 325-311.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2000) Update: Clostridium novyi and unexplained illness among injecting drug users, Scotland, Ireland, and England, April-June 2000. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report , 49 , (24) , pp. 543-545.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2000) Unexplained illness and death among injecting drug users: Glasgow, Scotland; Dublin, Ireland; and England, April-June 2000. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report , 49 , (22) , pp. 489-492.

Simms, I and Rogers, P and Catchpole, M and McGarrigle, CA and Nicoll, A (1999) Trends in undiagnosed HIV-1 infection among attenders at genitourinary medicine clinics, England, Wales and Northern Ireland: 1990-6. Sexually Transmitted Infections , 75 , pp. 332-336.

Harrison, Larry and Sutton, Matthew and Gardiner, Eric (1997) Ethnic differences in substance use and alcohol-use-related mortality among first generation migrants to England and Wales. Substance Use & Misuse , 32 , (7&8) , pp. 849-876.

Harding, S and Balarajan, R (1996) Patterns of mortality in second generation Irish living in England and Wales: longitudinal study. BMJ (Clinical Research ed.) , 312 , (7043) , pp. 1389-92.

Harrison, Larry and Sutton, Matthew and Carr-Hill, Roy (1993) Consumption and harm: drinking patterns of the Irish, the English and the Irish in England. Alcohol and Alcoholism , 28 , (6) , pp. 715-723.

News

[Independent.ie] , Lynch, Declan Television review: Addicted, but not alcoholic? (03 Sep 2018)

[thejournal.ie] , Hosford, Paul Smoking bans make married people happier than anyone else. (31 Dec 2017)

[thejournal.ie] , Brophy, Daragh A drug with 'zombie-like' effects is causing huge problems in Manchester. So what is it? (15 Apr 2017)

[thejournal.ie] , Bohan, Christine Police [in England] urge people with dangerous Superman drugs to hand them in. (04 Jan 2015)

Report

Public Health England. (2015) Specialist substance misuse treatment for young people in England 2013-14. London: Public Health England.

United Kingdom. Department for Education. (2012) Screening, searching and confiscation. Advice for head teachers, staff and governing bodies. London: Department of Education.

Roberts, Marion and Townshend, Tim and Pappalepore, Ilaria and Eldridge, Adam and Mulyawan, Budhi (2012) Local variations in youth drinking cultures. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Hay, Gordon and Gannon, Maria and Casey, Jane and Millar, Tim (2011) Estimates of the Prevalence of Opiate Use and/or Crack Cocaine Use, 2009/10: Sweep 6 report. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse.

The NHS Information Centre, Lifestyles Statistics. (2010) Statistics on alcohol: England, 2010. London: The Health and Social Care Information Centre.

Fountain, Jane, ed. (2004) Young refugees and asylum seekers in Greater London: vulnerability to problematic drug use. Final report. London: Greater London Authority.

Harocopos, Alex and Dennis, Dezlee and Turnbull, Paul J and Parsons, Jim and Hough, Mike (2003) On the rocks: a follow-up study of crack users in London. London: Criminal Policy Research Unit, South Bank University.

Boreham, Richard and McManus, Sally, eds. (2002) Drug use, smoking and drinking among young people in England in 2002. London: Stationery Office.

Godfrey, Christine and Eaton, Gail and McDougall, Cynthia and Culyer, Anthony (2002) The economic and social costs of Class A drug use in England and Wales, 2000. London: Home Office. Research, Development and Statistics Directorate.

Evidence resource

Angus, Colin and Henney, Maddy . (2019) Modelling the impact of alcohol duty policies since 2012 in England & Scotland. ScHARR, University of Sheffield. 36 p.

Gambling Commission. (2019) Young people and gambling survey 2019. A research study among 11-16 year olds in Great Britain. Birmingham: Gambling Commission. 74 p.

Green, Katlyn and Cooke O'Dowd, Nora and Watt, Hilary and Majeed, Azeem and Pinder, Richard J . (2019) Prescribing trends of gabapentin, pregabalin, and oxycodone: a secondary analysis of primary care prescribing patterns in England. BJGP Open, bjgpopen19X101662 DOI: https://doi.org/10.3399/bjgpopen19X101662

Homeless Link. (2019) Exploring patterns of Housing First support: resident journeys. London: Homeless Link. 37 p.

Verma, Suman and Phipps, Emily and Cunniffe, Dee and Paranthaman, Karthik . (2019) HCV testing in NSP (needle and syringe provision) community pharmacies pilot (phase 2). Report and findings. London Joint Working Group on Substance Use and Hepatitis C. 29 p.

NHS England and NHS Improvement. (2019) Barriers to accessing cannabis-based products for medicinal use on NHS prescription: findings and recommendations. London: NHS England. 20 p. Gateway reference: 000842

Sheridan Rains, Luke and Marston, Louise and Hinton, Mark and Marwaha, Steven and Craig, Thomas and Fowler, David and King, Michael and Omar, Rumana Z and McCrone, Paul and Spencer, Jonathan and Taylor, Joanne and Colman, Sophie and Harder, Catherine and Gilbert, Eleanor and Randhawa, Amie and Labuschagne, Kirsty and Jones, Charlotte and Stefanidou, Theodora and Christoforou, Marina and Caig, Meghan and Strang, John and Weaver, Tim and Johnson, Sonia [Biomed Central] . (2019) Clinical and cost-effectiveness of contingency management for cannabis use in early psychosis: the CIRCLE randomised clinical trial. BMC Medicine, 17 (161)

Public Health England. (2019) Hospital admissions as a result of intentional self-poisoning by young people: summary and data. London: Public Health England.

Public Health England. (2019) Making substance misuse and mental health support more inclusive. London: Public Health England.

Lewis, Stephanie J and Arseneault, Louise and Caspi, Avshalom and Fisher, Helen L and Matthews, Timothy and Moffitt, Terrie E and Odgers, Candice L and Stahl, Daniel and Teng, Jia Ying and Danese, Andrea . (2019) The epidemiology of trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder in a representative cohort of young people in England and Wales. The Lancet. Psychiatry, 6 (3)

Beard, Emma and Brown, Jamie and West, Robert and Kaner, Eileen and Meier, Petra and Boniface, Sadie and Michie, Susan [PLOS One] . (2019) Associations between socio-economic factors and alcohol consumption: A population survey of adults in England. Public Library of Science. PLoS ONE, 14 (2)

Forward Trust. (2019) Involving service users and stakeholders as equal partners in the Forward East Kent Substance Misuse Service. Kent: Forward. Pulse (5)

Beynon, Caryl and Bayliss, David and Mason, Jenny and Sweeney, Kate and Perkins, Clare and Henn, Clive [BMJ Open] . (2019) Alcohol-related harm to others in England: a cross-sectional analysis of national survey data. BMJ Publishing. BMJ Open, 9 (e021046)

Tyrrell, Edward G and Kendrick, Denise and Sayal, Kapil and Orton, Elizabeth . (2018) Poisoning substances taken by young people: a population-based cohort study. Royal College of General Practice. British Journal of General Practice, 68 (675) 703-10. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3399/bjgp18X698897

Colquhoun Flannery, Claire and Powis, Beverly and Randhawa, Kiran . (2018) Examining the efficacy of the building skills for recovery (BSR) programme for substance-misusing offenders in custody in England and Wales. Analytical summary 2018. London: HM Prison and Probation Service. 7 p.

Ross-Houle, Kim and Quigg, Zara and Bigland, Charlotte and Collins, Petra . (2018) Student alcohol research and prevention activity: pre-intervention report. Liverpool John Moores University. 45 p.

Public Health England. (2018) Improving people’s health: applying behavioural and social sciences to improve population health and wellbeing in England. London: Public Health England. 57 p.

Public Health England. (2018) Guidance for improving continuity of care between prison and the community. London: Public Health England.

Critchley, Karen and Whitfield, Mark . (2018) Impact of Restriction on Bail on offenders who use Class A drugs in Liverpool. Public Health Institute, Faculty of Education, Health and Community; Liverpool John Moores University. 18 p.

Institute of Alcohol Studies, Centre for Mental Health. [IAS] (2018) Alcohol and mental health: policy and practice in England. London: Institute of Alcohol Studies. 20 p.

Maheswaran, Ravi and Green, Mark A and Strong, Mark and Brindley, Paul and Angus, Colin and Holmes, John . (2018) Alcohol outlet density and alcohol related hospital admissions in England: a national small‐area level ecological study. Addiction, 13 (11) https://doi.org/10.1111/add.14285

Hope, Vivian D and Harris, Ross J and Vickerman, Peter and Platt, Lucy and Shute, Justin and Cullen, Katelyn J and Ijaz, Samreen and Mandal, Sema and Ncube, Fortune and Desai, Monica and Parry, John V . (2018) A comparison of two biological markers of recent hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection: implications for the monitoring of interventions and strategies to reduce HCV transmission among people who inject drugs. Euro Surveillance. Euro Surveillance, 23 (47)

Public Health England. (2017) Non-fatal overdose among people who inject drugs in England: 2017 report. London: Public Health England. Health Protection Report, 11 (39) 8 p.

Coomber, Ross and Moyle, Leah . (2017) The changing shape of street-level heroin and crack supply in England: commuting, holidaying and cuckooing drug dealers across ‘county lines’. Centre for Crime and Justice Studies. The British Journal of Criminology, azx068 https://doi.org/10.1093/bjc/azx068

Mooney, John D and Holmes, John and Gavens, Lucy and de Vocht, Frank and Hickman, Matt and Lock, Karen and Brennan, Alan [Biomed Central] . (2017) Investigating local policy drivers for alcohol harm prevention: a comparative case study of two local authorities in England. BioMed Central. BMC Public Health, 17 (1)

Shabab, Lion and Brown, Jamie and Hagger-Johnson, Gareth and Michie, Susan and Semlyen, Joanna and West, Robert and Meads, Catherine [BMJ Open] . (2017) Sexual orientation identity and tobacco and hazardous alcohol use: findings from a cross-sectional English population survey. BMJ Open, 7 (10)

Smith, Sarah and Day, Matt and Maddalena, Nino [Public Health England] . (2017) Psychoactive substances in secure mental health settings. London: Public Health England. 53 p.

Manchester Health & Care Commissioning. (2017) Spice. Synthetic cannabinoids (SCRAs). Manchester Health & Care Commissioning. 7 p. National version 1.3

Public Health England. (2017) People with learning disabilities: making reasonable adjustments. Guidance: substance abuse. London: Public Health England.

Public Health England. (2017) Findings from the pilot of the analytical support package for alcohol licensing. London: Public Health England.

Cosford, Paul [NHS] . (2017) NHS Central Alert System: Evidence of harm from fentanyl-contaminated heroin. London: Department of Health.

[Drug and Alcohol Findings] (2017) Intervention targets personality traits of high-risk London pupils. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings. Drug and Alcohol Findings Bulletin (5 May 2017) 5 p.

Angus, Colin and Holmes, John and Maheswaran, Ravi and Green, Mark A and Meier, Petra and Brennan, Alan . (2017) Mapping patterns and trends in the spatial availability of alcohol using low-level geographic data: a case study in England 2003-2013. MDPI. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 14 (4) 406. 10.3390/ijerph14040406

United Kingdom. Department for Work and Pensions. [Public Health England] (2017) Improving lives: helping workless families. London: Department of Work and Pensions. 32 p.

Harrison, Rebecca and Cochrane, Madeleine and Pendlebury, Marissa and Noonan, Robert and Eckley, Lindsay and Sumnall, Harry and Timpson, Hannah . (2017) Evaluation of four recovery communities across England: Final report for the Give it Up project. Liverpool John Moores University. 119 p.

Ross-Houle, Kim and Venturas, Collette and Bradbury, Andrew and Porcellato, Lorna [Alcohol Research UK] . (2017) An exploration of the role of alcohol in relation to living situation and significant life events for the homeless population in Merseyside, UK. London: Alcohol Research UK. 42 p.

[Drug and Alcohol Findings] (2017) 880 lives a year saved by addiction treatment in England. London: Drug and Alcohol Findings. Drug and Alcohol Findings Bulletin (28 March 2017) 4 p.

[Drug and Alcohol Findings] (2017) Does AA really help drinkers stop? London: Drug and Alcohol Findings. (28 March 2017) 4 p.

Pryce, Robert and Buykx, Penny and Gray, Laura and Stone, Tony and Drummond, Colin and Brennan, Alan . (2017) Estimates of alcohol dependence in England, including estimates of children living in a household with an adult with alcohol dependence. Prevalence, trends, and amenability to treatment. London: Public Health England. 63 p.

Burkinshaw, Peter and Knight, Jonathan and Anders, Paul and Eastwood, Brian and Musto, Virginia and White, Martin J and Marsden, John . (2017) Evidence review of the outcomes that can be expected of drug misuse treatment in England. London: Public Health England. 158 p.

Li, Jessica and Lovatt, Melanie and Eadie, Douglas and Dobbie, Fiona and Meier, Petra and Holmes, John and Hastings, Gerard and Mackintosh, Anne Marie . (2017) Public attitudes towards alcohol control policies in Scotland and England: Results from a mixed-methods study. Elsevier. Social Science & Medicine, 177 177-89. /10.1016/j.socscimed.2017.01.037

Addaction, Youngminds. Aynsley, Agnes and Bradley, Rick and Buchanan, Linssay and Burrows, Naomi and Bush, Marc . (2017) Childhood adversity, substance misuse and young people’s mental health. London: Addaction. 16 p.

Andell, Paul and Pitts, John . (2017) Preventing the violent and sexual victimisation of vulnerable gang-involved and gang-affected children and young people in Ipswich. Suffolk: University of Suffolk. 70 p.

Holmes, John and Brown, Jamie and Meier, Petra and Beard, Emma and Michie, Susan and Buykx, Penny [BMJ Open] . (2016) Short-term effects of announcing revised lower risk national drinking guidelines on related awareness and knowledge: a trend analysis of monthly survey data in England. London: BMJ Publishing. BMJ Open, 6 (e013804) 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-013804

Public Health England. (2016) The public health burden of alcohol: evidence review. London: Public Health England. 241 p.

[Drug and Alcohol Findings] (2016) Do we inadvertently make it hard to start and stay with alcohol treatment? London: Drug and Alcohol Findings. Drug and Alcohol Findings Bulletin (13 December 2016) 3 p.

Buykx, Penny and Li, Jessica and Gavens, Lucy and Hooper, Lucie and Lovatt, Melanie and Gomes de Matos, Elena and Meier, Petra and Holmes, John [Biomed Central] . (2016) Public awareness of the link between alcohol and cancer in England in 2015: a population-based survey. BioMed Central. BMC Public Health, 16 (1194) DOI: 10.1186/s12889-016-3855-6

[Drug and Alcohol Findings] (2016) Maintenance prescribing saves lives of English heroin addicts. Drug and Alcohol Findings. Drug and Alcohol Findings Bulletin (8 November 2016) 5 p.

National expert working group to investigate drug-related deaths in England. [Public Health England] (2016) Understanding and preventing drug-related deaths. London: Public Health England. 36 p.

United Kingdom. Office for National Statistics. (2016) Deaths related to drug poisoning in England and Wales: 2015 registrations. London: Office for National Statistics.

Tunnard, Jo and Ryan, Mary and Harwin, Judith . (2016) Introducing the highlights from: Problem solving in court: current practice in FDACs in England. Lancaster University. 20 p.

Public Health England. (2016) Young people – substance misuse JSNA support pack 2017-18: commissioning prompts. Good practice prompts for planning comprehensive interventions. London: Public Health England. 20 p.

[Drug and Alcohol Findings] (2016) Measurable effects of local alcohol licensing policies on population health in England. Drug and Alcohol Findings. Drug and Alcohol Findings Bulletin

[Drug and Alcohol Findings] (2016) Intense licensing policies help to curb alcohol-related harm. Drug and Alcohol Findings Bulletin (29 August 2016)

Rodway, Cathryn and Tham, Su-Gwan and Ibrahim, Saied and Turnbull, Pauline and Windfuhr, Kirsten and Shaw, Jenny and Kapur, Nav and Appleby, Louis . (2016) Suicide in children and young people in England: a consecutive case series. Elsevier. The Lancet. Psychiatry, 3 (8)

O'Connor, Rosanna [Public Health England] . (2016) Tools for assessing value for money for alcohol and drug treatment. London: Public Health England. Public Health Matters

Recovery Research Institute. (2016) Recovery, ambitions & aspirations: an exploratory project to build a recovery community by generating a skilled recovery workforce.

NHS England. (2016) Improving the physical health of people with serious mental illness. A practical toolkit. London: NHS England. 23 p. Gateway ref no. 04999

Adfam. (2016) Housing and recovery. United Kingdom: Recovery Partnership. 17 p.

Barclay, Jean [MEAM] . (2016) Changing systems, changing lives: a brief review of the Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM) Coalition. England: Making Every Adult Matter. 34 p.

Currie, Claire and Davies, Alisha and Blunt, Ian and Ariti, Cono and Bardsley, Martin . (2015) Alcohol-specific activity in hospitals in England. London: Nuffield Trust. 52 p.

No One Left Out: Solutions Ltd. [MEAM] (2015) Creating a psychologically informed environment. implementation and assessment. London: Westminster City Council. 17 p.

McNeill, A and Brose, LS and Calder, R and Hitchman, SC and Hajek, Peter and McRobbie, Hayden [Public Health England] . (2015) E-cigarettes: an evidence update. A report commissioned by Public Health England. London: Public Health England. 111 p.

Public Health England. (2015) The international evidence on the prevention of drug and alcohol use. Summary and examples of implementation in England. London: Public Health England. 20 p.

Gell, Lucy and Ally, Abdallah and Buykx, Penny and Hope, Ann . (2015) Alcohol's harm to others. Sheffield: Institute of Alcohol Studies. 33 p.

Public Health England. (2015) Improving access to, and completion of, hepatitis C treatment. London: Public Health England. 6 p. Turning evidence into practice series

Ford, Kat and Quigg, Zara and Woods, Sara and Grant, Caroline and Hughes, Karen . (2015) A case study to demonstrate the use of health data in violence prevention within the voluntary and community sector. Liverpool: Centre for Public Health, Liverpool John Hopkins University. 10 p.

Iparraguirre, Jose [BMJ Open] . (2015) Socioeconomic determinants of risk of harmful alcohol drinking among people aged 50 or over in England. BMJ Open, 5 e00768. 10.1136/bmjopen-2015-007684

Clinks, DrugScope, Homeless Link, Mind. [Drugscope] (2014) Voices from the frontline. Listening to people with multiple needs and those who support them. London: Making Every Adult Matter Coalition. 21 p.

Public Health England. (2014) UK: Liver disease profiles. London: Public Health England.

Stephenson, Giles and Richardson, Anna [UK Home Office] . (2014) New psychoactive substances in England: a review of the evidence. London: Home Office. 56 p.

Lynch, Sarah and Styles, Ben and Dawson, Anneka and Worth, Jack and Kerr, David and Lloyd, John . (2013) Talk about alcohol: an evaluation of the Alcohol Education Trust’s intervention in secondary schools. Slough: National Foundation for Educational Research. 126 p.

Adamson, Jon and Templeton, Lorna . (2012) Silent voices. Supporting children and young people affected by parental alcohol misuse. London: The Office of the Children’s Commissioner. 114 p.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2012) Effectiveness Bank Bulletin [Alcohol innovation programme evaluation]. Drug and Alcohol Findings. Effectiveness Bank Bulletin, 11 Aug

[Drug and Alcohol Findings] (2012) Effectiveness Bank Bulletin [Community drug team prescribing and client views]. Drug and Alcohol Findings. Drug and Alcohol Findings, 09 Aug

[Drug and Alcohol Findings] (2012) Effectiveness Bank Bulletin [Training to reduce burn-out amongst staff]. Drug and Alcohol Findings. Drug and Alcohol Findings, 09 Aug

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Anderson, Rosalyn, ed. [National Treatment Agency (UK)] (2006) A framework to improve the quality of training provision within the substance misuse sector in England and Wales. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. 44 p.

Book

Orford, Jim and Natera, Guillermina and Copello, Alex and Atkinson, Carol and Mora, Jazmín and Velleman, Richard and Crundall, Ian and Tiburcio, Marcela and Templeton, Lorna and Walley, Gwen (2005) Coping with alcohol and drug problems: the experiences of family members in three contrasting cultures. London: Routledge .

Berridge, Virginia (1999) Opium and the people: opiate use and drug control policy in nineteenth and early twentieth century England. London: Free Association .

Parker, Howard and Bury, Catherine and Egginton, Roy (1998) New heroin outbreaks amongst young people in England and Wales. Crime detection and prevention Police Research Group .

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