Lensvelt, E., Gilmore, W., Gordon, E., Liang, W. and Chikritzhs, T., N. (2016). Trends in estimated alcohol-attributable assault hospitalisations in Australia 2003/04 to 2012/13. National Alcohol Indicators Project, Bulletin No. 15.
National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. [R291] Download PDF
NAIP Bulletin 15 shows trends in estimated alcohol-attributable assaults in Australia from 2003-04 to 2012-13. Rates of estimated alcohol-attributable assaults were calculated by applying the alcohol aetiologic fraction (AAF) method to hospital morbidity data. Nationally, the trend showed a slight decline in alcohol-attributable assaults over the 9-year period. Rates of male alcohol-attributable assaults were higher than female rates across all jurisdictions except the NT. The rates for males aged 20-29 were highest in most years across the jurisdictions.
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