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Author: Helen McMonagle
Subject: alcohol
There is no doubting the impact that an Alcohol-Related Brain Injury (ARBI) can have on the family. The trauma experienced by family members while coping with the person’s alcoholdependence may have been significant and presented enormous challenges over many years. This burden is felt all...
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Author: Niall Crowley
Crowley, Niall (2015) The rainbow report. LGBTI health needs and experiences and health sector responses. Dublin: Child and Family Agency.
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Subject: Smoking, Cigarettes
 According to research commissioned by the Irish Cancer Society, there are approximately 134,000 e-cigarette users in Ireland.  Research into the long-term effects of their using e-cigarettes is not yet available.  The Irish Cancer Society cannot recommend the use of e-cigarettes without...
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Author: Eurostat
Being young in Europe today presents some of Eurostat's most interesting data on children and young people in the European Union. It gives an insight into the past, current and future situation of our youngest fellow citizens, ranging from attending school and participating in sport and leisure...
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Subject: alcohol
The Working Group on Regulating Sponsorship by Alcohol Companies of Major Sporting Events was established on foot of a Government decision in 2013. This decision noted the excessive patterns of alcohol consumption and resultant social, economic and health harms as set out in the Report of the...
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Subject: Family, Parents
The High-Level Policy Statement on Supporting Parents and Families aims to drive greater connectivity, effectiveness and efficiency between services to children and their families that are provided directly by the State or with its support. The Department has been assisted in developing the Policy...
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A total of 8554 mothers attended the Coombe Hospital in 2013, 7986 mothers delivered 8170 infants. Some figures (p.15): â?¢ 12.8% were current smokers; this was the lowest percentage over 7 years (highest in 2007:17.3%); â?¢ 1.4% were consuming alcohol at the time of booking (showing a...
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Subject: Substance misuse
This report seeks to provide our coalition assessment of how much of the vision in the national mental health policy has been fulfilled. The report was produced using evidence gathered from the Department of Health and other Government Departments, the HSE and other public agencies, published and...
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Subject: alcohol
This update presents figures from the National Drug Treatment Reporting System (NDTRS) on treated problem alcohol use in Ireland, for the period 2009 to 2013. Total number of cases â?¢ The total number of cases treated for problem alcohol use in Ireland increased from 7,816 in 2009 to a peak...
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Subject: Substance misuse
This article draws on a research project which employed a sequential mixed-method approach with a sample of fifteen year olds (n=95) as a pilot study to guide the development of a large scale qualitative study investigating youth substance use patterns, processes, settings and drug transitions...

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