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Subject: Prison Service
This study explored staff perspectives on drug treatment services in prison. Data was collected via four focus groups, with a total of fifteen participants from a range of professions. While staff acknowledged that services had come a long way, frustration was expressed in relation to the impact...
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Author: Liza Costello
This IPRT report presents the case for the differential treatment of young adults aged 18-24 who come in contact with the criminal justice system, and is grounded in emerging evidence, best practice, and informed by input from young people with experience of the issues. This report gathers together...
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Subject: Substance misuse
The review was designed to assess:o The existence of clinical governance and quality assurance policies and procedureso Whether data collected regarding service users and needle exchange services met national and international standardso Needle exchange activity in 2012o Referral rates to...
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Subject: Mental wellbeing
Benzodiazepines are used in Primary Care, when prescribed by General Practitioners. There are practice guidelines available for General Practitioners in prescribing them. This paper focuses on the use of Benzodiazepines in Specialist Mental Health Services.
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Subject: Traveller health
The Strategic Plan for Traveller Health in the South East Community Health Organisation Area, has been described as a plan which was developed by Travellers for Travellers â?" as individual members of that community and their representative organisations lead the process for developing this...
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Subject: alcohol
At international meetings of liver specialists our physicians were increasingly expressing concern about the sharp increase in cirrhosis and other disease caused by alcohol use in Ireland. The number of deaths due to liver disease has doubled in the last 20 years, and alcohol is associated with...
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Subject: Family, Child health
The Meitheal Toolkit is intended for use by practitioners using Meitheal â?" A National Practice Model for all agencies working with children, young people and their families. It provides direction, guidance and advice on all stages of the Meitheal process and as such can be used as a roadmap...
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Subject: Alochol
Our over-arching aim of this guide is to improve the overall quality of care individuals with Alcohol- Related Brain Injury (ARBI) receive during their contact with services. By encouraging a chain of intra and inter-professional dialogue around ARBI we hope to cultivate a multi-disciplinary cross-...
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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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