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A longitudinal study of influences on alcohol consumption and related harm in Central Australia, with a particular emphasis on the role of price

 

Overview

This project is being conducted by staff from the National Drug Research Institute and the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress. The aim of the project is to examine, and prepare a report upon, the association between price-related controls on the availability of alcohol, and levels of consumption and related harm in Central Australia for the period 2000-2010.

The specific objectives of the project are to:

Abstract adapted from the National Drug Research Institute

Contacts

Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Inc.
25 Gap Road
Alice Springs NT 0870
Ph: (08) 8951 4400
Fax: (08) 8953 0350

National Drug Research Institute
Curtin University of Technology
Health Research Campus
Level 2, 10 Selby Street
Shenton Park WA 6008
Ph: (08) 9266 1600
Fax: (08) 9266 1611
Email: ndri@curtin.edu.au

Related publications

Symons M, Gray D, Chikritzhs T, Skov S, Saggers S, Boffa J, Low J (2012)

A longitudinal study of influences on alcohol consumption and related harm in Central Australia: with a particular emphasis on the role of price.

Perth, WA: National Drug Research Institute

This report outlines the findings of a study undertaken by the National Drug Research Institute in collaboration with the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress. The study examined the impact of various alcohol control measures on levels of alcohol consumption and related harm in Central Australia for the period 2000-2010. This report includes details on:

The study found that imposing additional alcohol control measures has contributed significantly to the reduction of estimated per capita consumption in Central Australia. The study found that most effective measures have been those which indirectly increased the average price per litre of alcoholic beverages.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

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Last updated: 2 September 2013
 
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