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Author Summerill, Amber

Title 2007 National Drug Strategy household survey : detailed findings / [Amber Summerhill ... [and others]]
Published Canberra : Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, [2008]


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 MELB  362.29 Nat/Nds  2008/22  AVAILABLE
Description xi, 133 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm
Series Drug statistics series, 1442-7230 ; no. 22
Drug statistics series ; no. 22
Summary This report extends the analysis presented in the 2007 National Drug Strategy Household Survey: first results by providing more detailed information on drug use prevalence, drug-related behaviours and incidents, and support for drug-related policy and legislation. This report, along with others in the Drug Statistics Series, will be a useful resource for policy-makers, planners and researchers interested in drug-related matters
Analysis Attitudes
Drug use and abuse
Trends to 2010
Notes "AIHW cat. no. PHE 107"
"December 2008"
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (page 126)
Notes Also available on the AIHW website at:
Funded by the Australian Government Dept. of Health and Ageing
Subject Abnormalities, Human -- Australia -- Statistics.
Abnormalities, Human -- Australia.
Drug abuse surveys -- Australia -- Statistics.
Drug abuse -- Government policy -- Australia.
Drug abuse surveys -- Australia.
Drug abuse -- Australia -- Prevention.
Drug abuse -- Australia -- Statistics.
Fetus -- Abnormalities -- Australia -- Statistics.
Newborn infants -- Diseases -- Australia -- Statistics.
Substance abuse -- Prevention -- Australia
Substance abuse -- Australia -- Statistics.
Genre/Form Statistics.
Author Summerill, Amber
Australia. Department of Health and Ageing.
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
National Drug Strategy (Australia)
LC no. 2009286586
ISSN 1442-7230
ISBN 9781740248709
Other Titles National Drug Strategy household survey : detailed findings
National Drug Strategy Household survey : detailed findings