Australian alcohol-attributable harms: New visualisation tool available online
Apr 26, 2019
Researchers at the National Drug Research Institute (NDRI) have developed a new tool to identify and show alcohol harm trends. The “Australian alcohol-attributable harm visualisation tool” is part of the National Alcohol Indicators Project (NAIP) - a nationally coordinated project led by the NDRI at Curtin University.
The new online alcohol harm tool provides an instant, interactive way to identify trends in alcohol-attributable hospitalisations and deaths, create maps of alcohol-attributable harm in Australia, and compare counts and rates in bar charts. The alcohol harm tool provides information on counts and rates of alcohol-attributable harm by age group, sex, state, metro and non-metro areas and wholly and partially attributable conditions
The tool is now available online at alcoholharmtool.info