The main objective of the National Alcohol Diary Survey was to estimate personal consumption of, and expenditure on, alcohol among the general population aged 18–75 years living in private households in Ireland.
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This presentation explores the history of drug use in Ireland over the past 40 years.
This factsheet explores the main issues related to cocaine use in Ireland.
Young people in Ireland are the most likely to have tried so-called 'legal high' drugs in the entire EU, according to the EU's official statistics body.
These Standards were published by The Drug Education Workers Forum (DEWF) in 2007 to establish a clear, highly structured framework for practitioners of substance use education in school, youth-work, and community-based settings.
Here's an Irish report evaluating training on the country's Quality Standards in Substance Use Education.
This report surveys international research on youth work, including content, delivery and evaluation.
Irish Parliament considers sport sponsorship by alcohol industry, but fails to proceed very far due to lack of evidence and difficult financial times.
This long term UK study in Northern Ireland investigated factors contributing to adolescent drinking
The effective Australian, 'School Health and Alcohol Harm Reduction Project' (SHAHRP) has been successfully adapted for use in Northern Ireland secondary schools, and defied criticism of this approach