3 edition of A guide to Australian alcohol data. found in the catalog.
A guide to Australian alcohol data.
Identifies and briefly describes key Australian data collections relevant to assessing patterns of alcohol consumption and alcohol-related harm. Key gaps and priorities are identified. Includes information on running alcohol surveys.
|Contributions||Australian Institute of Health and Welfare., Australia. Dept. of Health and Ageing.|
|LC Classifications||HV5673 .G85 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 110 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||110|
|LC Control Number||2004463067|
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Get this from a library. A guide to Australian alcohol data. [Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.; Australia. Department of Health and Ageing.;] -- Identifies and briefly describes key Australian data collections relevant to assessing patterns of alcohol consumption and alcohol-related harm.
Key gaps and priorities are identified. Australian Institute of Health and WelfareA guide to Australian alcohol data, AIHW, Canberra. Get citations as an Endnote file: Endnote. PDF Report (Kb) Download report View other formats. This publication identifies and briefly describes key Australian data collections relevant to assessing patterns of alcohol consumption and alcohol.
key alcohol data sources and Section 4 provides a guide on how to run alcohol surveys. There are five appendixes: a list of key organisations, compilations, syntheses and analyses; standard drinks guide; National Alcohol Strategy and example questions for measuring alcohol consumption.
Relying solely on NHS data to estimate Australian alcohol consumption trends is problematic; a more complete picture than that presented in Yusuf and Leeder is required.
Yusuf, F. & Leeder, S. () Making sense of alcohol consumption data Cited by: Australian Vintage is an ASX listed company and will be discussed later. Source: Graphic by Author made using IBISWorld data Australian Vintage Limited (ASX: AVG) Australian Vintage is a grape growing, wine production, wine marketing and distribution company with operations throughout Australia.
Australian Vintage has been listed on the ASX. The current National Health and Medical Research Council Australian Guidelines to reduce health risks from drinking () aim to help you make an informed choice about your alcohol use to reduce the risk of alcohol-related harm.
The Guidelines are based on research from Australia and around the world on the effects of alcohol. Alcohol is a drug that affects your body — how you think, feel and behave.
Drinking too much can affect your health and disrupt your life. Learn about guidelines to reduce your risk. Find help to reduce your own drinking or support someone close to you. This website draws on the highest quality Australian data to provide accurate and easy-to-understand information about alcohol and other drugs.
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‘Bruce bailed’ = Bruce isn’t going to turn up. Barbie – Barbecue. Alcohol is the most widely consumed drug in Australia and is frequently available at social and cultural activities. On a per capita scale, litres of pure alcohol were consumed by each Australian in The average amongst OECD countries was litres.
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Book This book does not require a rating on the project's quality scale. The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) conducts a National Drug Strategy Household Survey every three years. The data collected by the survey provides detailed information on alcohol, tobacco and other drug use within Australia, as well as community attitudes to drug use.
The survey covers both legal and illegal drugs. Alcohol, is high in kilojoules, is nutrient poor and can lead to weight gain. Alcohol can be harmful to your health, the more alcohol you drink, the greater the risk. Even small amounts of alcohol are associated with increased risk of some cancers.
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