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Title 1998 National Drug Strategy household survey. Queensland results
Published Canberra : Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 2000

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Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 MELB  362.29 Nat/Nds  2000/4  AVAILABLE
Description xii, 68 pages : forms ; 30 cm
Series Drug statistics series ; no. 4
Drug statistics series ; no. 4
Contents 1. Introduction -- The National Drug Strategy -- Drug-related harm -- About the 1998 survey -- Comparisons with 1995 results -- 2. Overview - the status of drug use in 1998 -- Lifetime use of drugs -- Drugs recently used (in the last 12 months) -- Age of initiation - ever used -- Age of initiation - novice users -- Preferred drugs -- Drugs thought to be associated with a drug 'problem' -- Acceptability of drug use -- Support for the legalisation of illicit drugs -- Nominal distribution of a drugs budget -- Support for increased penalties for the sale or supply of illicit drugs -- 3. Consumption patterns -- Tobacco -- Alcohol -- Illicit drugs -- Sources of supply -- 4. Community support for drug-related policy -- Tobacco -- Alcohol -- Illicit drugs -- 5. Drug related activities -- Perpetrators of drug-related harm -- Victims of perceived drug-related harm -- Avoidance of passive smoking -- 6. Explanatory notes -- Scope -- Methodology -- Estimation procedures -- Reliability of estimates -- Definitions -- Comparability with 1995 survey.a
Summary 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
Notes "AIHW cat. no. PHE 23"
"June 2000"
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Also available online via the World Wide Web
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 2000
Drug statistics series no:4 1442-7230
Subject Drug abuse surveys -- Australia -- Queensland -- Statistics.
Drug abuse -- Australia -- Queensland -- Statistics.
Substance abuse -- Australia -- Queensland -- Statistics.
Genre/Form Statistics.
Author Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
National Drug Strategy (Australia)
ISSN 1442-7230
1740240475
Other Titles National Drug Strategy household survey Queensland results