Developing an interactive web based alcohol harm monitoring tool for Australia - Burden of disease analysis

  • Research program: Alcohol policy and strategies
  • Project status: Current
  • Start date: May 2016
  • Expected end date: June 2022
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The online Australian alcohol-attributable harm visualisation tool can be used to identify trends in alcohol-attributable hospitalisations and deaths, create maps of alcohol-attributable harm in Australia and compare counts and rates in bar and pie charts. Counts and rates of alcohol-attributable deaths and hospitalisations are based on the alcohol aetiologic fraction (AAF) method for quantifying alcohol-attributable deaths and hospitalisations (English et al. 1995; WHO, 2000; Sherk et al., 2017).

For further information on the Interactive Data Visualisation Tool, please see this page.

Name & Contact Details Role Research Program Location
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Professor Tanya Chikritzhs
Tel: 61 (0)8 9266 1609
t.n.chikritzhs@curtin.edu.au
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Chief Investigator

Alcohol policy and strategies

Perth

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William Gilmore
Tel: 61 (0)8 9266 1612
william.gilmore@curtin.edu.au
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Chief Investigator

Alcohol policy and strategies

Perth

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Paul Jones
Tel: 61 (0)8 9266 1608
p.jones@curtin.edu.au
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Project staff

Perth

  • Project staff: John Dorocicz, Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research (CISUR)