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Statistics on drug use in Australia 2000

Statistics on Drug Use in Australia 2000 is the ninth in a series originally titled Statistics on Drug Abuse in Australia. The report provides readers with a comprehensive summary of major drug use statistical collections, with references to sources of more detailed information. Data are presented on drug use patterns (including trends and attitudes to use), drugs and health, special population groups and crime and law enforcement. New to this edition are chapters on drug avoidance behaviours, polydrug use and international comparisons.This report and others in the Drug Statistics Series will be useful resources for policy-makers, planners and researchers interested in drug-related matters.

The quantification of drug-caused mortality and morbidity in Australia, 1998

Provides a comprehensive estimate of deaths and hospital separations caused by tobacco, alcohol and illicit drugs. The report presents revised aetiological faction estimates attributing deaths and hospital separations from each of a range of specific illnesses and injuries to tobacco, alcohol and illicit drugs. It also presents estimates of 1998 deaths and potential years of life lost and 1997-98 hospital separations and patient days attributable to each of these drugs based on the revised fractions.

1998 National Drug Strategy Household Survey: detailed findings

'1998 National Drug Strategy Household Survey: detailed findings' contains final results from the 1998 National Drug Strategy Household Survey. Provisional results were published by AIHW in '1998 National Drug Strategy Household Survey: first results'.This second report extends the analysis on correlates of drug use and the social and health effects of drug use. The information presented here and in other reports in this series will be useful for policy planners and researchers interested in drug-related matters.

1998 National Drug Strategy Household Survey: state and territory results

This report provides state and territory comparisons from the 1998 National Drug Strategy Household Survey. It covers tobacco, alcohol and illicit drug use by age group and sex, and a selection of related statistics. Additional chapters discuss perceptions and acceptability of drug use, community support for drug policy and the social effects of drug use. The report is part of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare's Drug Statistics Series.

1998 National Drug Strategy Household Survey: Queensland results

Presents data collected in Australia's most comprehensive national survey on drug issues. Key results on drug-related awareness, knowledge, attitudes and behaviours are compared to the results for other states and territories combined. Comparisons with the 1995 survey are featured and population estimates of the numbers of consumers of both licit and illicit substances are also provided. This report is part of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare's Drug Statistics Series. Future survey-related reports in the series will cover correlates of drug use and other state and territory comparisons. This report and others in the series will be useful resources for policy planners and researchers interested in drug-related matters.

1998 National Drug Strategy Household Survey: Western Australia results

The National Drug Strategy is a comprehensive, integrated approach to the harmful use of licit and illicit drugs and other substances. The National Drug Strategy is managed under the direction of the Ministerial Council on Drug Strategy, which brings together Commonwealth, state and territory Ministers responsible for health and law enforcement to collectively determine national policies and programs designed to reduce the harm caused by drugs to individuals, families and communities in Australia. Between June and September 1998, 10,030 Australians aged 14 and older participated in the National Drug Strategy Household Survey. This was the sixth survey in a series which began in 1985. Respondents were asked about their knowledge of drugs, their attitudes towards drugs, their drug consumption histories and related behaviours. This report features results for Western Australia, based on responses from 764 respondents in that state.

Statistics on drug use in Australia 1998

Provides an accessible summary of major drug-use statistical collections which will lead interested readers to sources of more detailed information. Data are presented on drug use patterns (including trends and international comparisons); the economics of drug use; drug use among special population groups; the health impacts of drug use; treatment services; and drug-related crime and law enforcement.This report and others in the Drug Statistics Series will be useful resources for policy-makers, planners and researchers interested in drug-related matters.

1998 National Drug Strategy Household Survey: first results

Presents summary data collected in Australia's most comprehensive national drug survey on drug issues. Key results on drug-related awareness, knowledge, attitudes and behaviour are a feature. Comparisons with the 1995 survey are presented, and population estimates of the numbers of consumers of both licit and illicit substances are also provided.

Bibliography of drug use and related problems among Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders

Bibliographical details of major publications dealing with the use and impact of alcohol and other drugs among the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.

Drug use and related problems among Australian Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders: current and potential data sources

Examines data sources and on drug use and related problems among Aborigines.

Alcohol and other drug treatment National Minimum Data set (AODTS NMDS 2015–16)

Alcohol and other drug treatment agencies (AODTS NMDS 2014–15)

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