Knowledge Sharing

The overall aim of the DUHEI Survey was to determine the prevalence and correlates of drug use among the student population in the Republic of Ireland, to inform future policy and practice in
the area.  In addition to sharing the full report on this websiteDUHEI21, and via University College Cork Cork Open Research Archive, the DUHEI Project Team seek to share the findings of the report with the wider community, practitioners, policy-makers and researchers.  We list many of these knowledge sharing activities below.

 

Survey shows significant levels of drug use in Ireland’s colleges & universities

Dr Michael Byrne, Head of Student Health UCC provides a succinct review of findings & recommendations of #DUHEI to Bryan Dobson at RTE Radio1 ‘News at One’
Listen here http://rte.ie/radio/radio1/clips/22053002/

 

Irish Examiner, 2022. Cocaine replaces ecstasy as second drug of choice for students. [online]

Available at: <https://www.irishexaminer.com/news/arid-40789440.html> [Accessed 20 January 2022].

 

Over Half Of Irish Students Have Used An Illicit Drug: Survey Finds

Dr Michael Byrne, Head of Student Health UCC provides a succinct review of findings & recommendations of #DUHEI to Matt Cooper on ‘The Last Word’ on Today FM
Listen here https://www.todayfm.com/shows/last-word-matt-cooper-234816

 

Breaking News.ie, 2022. Cocaine now the second-most common drug used by third-level students. [online]

Available at: <https://www.breakingnews.ie/ireland/cocaine-now-second-most-common-drug-used-by-students-1245746.html> [Accessed 21 January 2022].

 

Hotpress.com, 2022. The Drug Use In Higher Education Institutions (DUHEI) survey lifts the lid on illicit Irish student drug use. [online]

Available at: https://www.hotpress.com/lifestyle-sports/the-drug-use-in-higher-education-institutions-duhei-survey-lifts-the-lid-on-illicit-irish-student-drug-use-22888061

[Accessed 21 January 2022].