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Subject: Sexual health
Department of Health. (2015) National sexual health strategy for Ireland 2015–2020 and action plan 2015–2016. Dublin: Deparment of Health.
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Subject: Family, Kinship, Support
This booklet is intended for anyone considering providing Family Carer training, or already doing so. It seeks to inspire, support and guide. It should prove useful in the planning, implementation and evaluation stages of an organisationâ?Ts Family Carer training. It may also be of interest to...
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Subject: Crime, Justice
This Report outlines the progress made in 2014 and 2015 in implementing the Youth Justice Action Plan (YJAP) 2014-2018. The “Tackling Youth Crime: Youth Justice Action Plan 2014–2018” focuses on children and young people who require targeted, strategic attention because their...
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This report presents findings from the ninth national psychiatric census of patients in psychiatric units and hospitals, the latest in a series of censuses first carried out in 1963. The census is a count of all patients resident in psychiatric units and hospitals operating within the provisions of...
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Subject: Health strategy
This is the Statement of Strategy for the Department of Health for the period 2016-2019. It sets out our mission, our values, and our role and main functions. It describes the current environment in which health and social services are to be delivered and identifies a number of underlying themes...
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Subject: Prison
In 2015, the Probation Service and Irish Prisons Service (IPS) sought an independent review of alcohol and drug treatment services for adult offenders in the community and in prison. The review explores current provision and provides recommendations based on the evidence collected. It sets out a...
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Subject: Health trends
This is the ninth edition of this easy-to-use reference guide to significant trends in health and health care over the  past decade, including population and health status, as well as trends in service provision. This year, new tables, maps and graphs have been included on some specific...
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The Guidelines are based on the principles that people who use drugs have the same entitlement as other patients to the services provided by the HSE. Service users have a right to be heard, listened to and taken seriously and should be consulted and involved in all matters and decisions that may...
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The overall aim of this study was to examine the level of public support in Ireland for alcohol screening in key health settings and to assess if alcohol treatment services are deemed available and seen as adequate. This is the first national survey which has sought to gauge the level of support...
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The bulletin summarises information on people presenting to services with problem drug misuse and relates to the 12-month period ending 31 March 2016. Key Findings â?¢ In 2015/16, a total of 2,229 clients presented to services for problem drug misuse and gave their consent for their details to...

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