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Publisher: Public Health Agency
Allied Health Professionals work with all age groups and conditions and are trained to assess, diagnose, treat and rehabilitate people with health and social care needs. They work in a range of settings including hospital, community, education, housing, independent and voluntary sectors.
This textbook is a definitive guide to the complete spectrum of community medicine. The basic concepts are set out in a clear readable and concise way. The main types of health data are described, as are the principles of disease prevention and its main strategies.This resource was contributed by...
Soilse, the HSE addiction rehabilitation programme in Dublin North Central, experienced another challenging year in 2010. However, despite budget constraints and logistical and building difficulties, we prioritised the needs of recovering drug abusers with considerable success. Throughout the year...
Noel Ahern T.D., Minister of State at the Department of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs with responsibility for the National Drugs Strategy, has announced funding of €1.5m under the Premises Initiative Fund to Finglas Addiction Support Team (FAST). FAST is a community-based initiative...
According to a poll commissioned by the Irish Penal Reform Trust, the majority of voters believe that offenders with a drug addiction should be placed in drug recovery programmes instead of serving a prison sentence and would prefer non-custodial programmes over prison for most offenders.This...
The aim of this guide is to identify the key principles of partnership working and to provide case study examples of how partnership works in practice in employability provision for drug users. Developing and sustaining new and valuable relationships with the world beyond drugs is a key factor in...
Publisher: Department of Health (Ireland)
National Policy and Strategy for the Provision of Neuro-Rehabilitation Services in Ireland 2011 – 2015 Click here to download PDF 1.51MB