Interactive online tool reveals latest alcohol harm trends

Version 2.1 of the alcohol harm visualisation tool shows latest alcohol harm trends in Australia.

The tool is part of the National Alcohol Indicators Project (NAIP) - a nationally coordinated project led by the National Drug Research Institute (NDRI) at Curtin University. The aim of NAIP is to track and report on trends in alcohol-related harm in Australia at national, state and local levels.

The alcohol harm visualisation tool provides an instant, interactive way to identify trends and patterns in alcohol-attributable harm between 2011 – 2020 using line charts, bar charts and maps.

The alcohol harm visualisation tool includes data on counts and population rates of alcohol-attributable hospitalisations and deaths by age group, sex, state/territory, metro and non-metro areas and health conditions with either whole or partial alcohol-attributability.

Visit for more information and to use the tool.

Posted on: 30 Jan 2023

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