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DASSA research publications

Statistical bulletins

Statistical Bulletin: No 1. June 2011 (PDF 245KB)
Prevalence of alcohol and other drugs in Aboriginal populations June 2011

Statistical Bulletin: No 2. May 2012 (PDF 341KB)
Prevalence of alcohol consumption and risky drinking in South Australia May 2012

Statistical Bulletin: No 3. November 2012 (PDF 238KB)
Alcohol and other drug use among South Australian secondary school students 2011

Statistical Bulletin: No 4. April 2013 (PDF 425KB)
The prevalence of risky drinking and illicit drug use across socio-economic status in South Australia.

Statistical Bulletin: No 5. April 2013 (PDF 280KB)
Health Omnibus Survey 2012: A summary of the results relating to alcohol consumption, attitudes toward public drunkeness and perceptions of responsible and safe levels of alcohol consumption.

Statistical Bulletin: No 6. October 2013 (PDF 250KB)
Alcohol-attributable mortality and morbidity rates in South Australia 2013. The most up-to-date data available on the prevalence of alcohol and other drug use and the harms associated with misuse in South Australia.

Statistical Bulletin: No 7. June 2014 (PDF 310KB)
Health Omnibus Survey 2013: A summary of the results relating to alcohol consumption, attitudes toward public drunkeness, drink 'pre-loading' and perceptions of responsible and safe levels of alcohol consumption. 

Statistical Bulletin: No 8. July 2015 (PDF 950KB)
Health Omnibus Survey 2014: A summary of the results relating to alcohol consumption and attitudes towards public drunkenness.

Statistical Bulletin: No 9. October 2015 (PDF 504KB)
Alcohol and other drug use among South Australian secondary school students: Findings from the South Australian component of the 2014 Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drug Survey.

Statistical Bulletin: No 10. May 2016 (PDF 1600KB)
Alcohol-attributable mortality and morbidity rates in South Australia May 2016.

Statistical Bulletin: No 11. June 2016 (PDF 1.1MB)
Health Omnibus Survey 2015: a summary of the results relating to alcohol consumption.

Statistical Bulletin: No 12. June 2017 (PDF 939KB)
Health Omnibus Survey 2016: a summary of the results relating to alcohol consumption.

Statistical Bulletin: No 13 September 2017 (PDF 1.5MB)
Substance use and associated harms among Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander South Australians.

 

 

 

Statistical reports

 

Research Monographs

Monograph No. 26: 2011 (PDF 4837KB)
Pharmacotherapies for relapse prevention in alcohol dependence. Edition 2, 2011.

Monograph No. 25: 2008 (PDF 1164KB)
Qualitative Field Study for Users of Performance and Image Enhancing Drugs.

Monograph No. 24: 2008  (PDF 202KB)
Into The Maze: Treatment Pathways and Treatment Outcomes of Heroin Dependent Individuals in Australia.

Monograph No. 23: 2007 (PDF 913KB)
Results from the Australian arm of an International RCT of a Brief Intervention for illicit drug use linked to the scores on the Alcohol, Smoking and Substance Involvement Screening Test (ASSIST).

Monograph No. 22: 2006 (PDF 1326KB)
Designer Drug Early Warning System (D2EWS) - 12 month technical report August 2005 - July 2006.

Monograph No. 21: 2006 (PDF 576KB)
Management of Methamphetamine Psychosis - Stage 2: Acute Care Interventions for the Treatment of Methamphetamine Psychosis and Assertive Community Care for the Post-discharge Treatment of Methamphetamine Psychosis.

Monograph No. 20: 2006 (PDF 614KB)
WHO Multi-site Project on Methamphetamine-induced Psychosis: A descriptive report of findings from participating countries.

Monograph No. 19: 2005 (PDF 1304KB)
Designer Drug Early Warning System (D2EWS) - 12 month technical report.

Monograph No. 18: 2006 (PDF 383KB)
Risk Perception and drug driving among illicit drug users in Adelaide.

Monograph 17

Please see Monograph No.26 (PDF 4837KB) for the latest research findings.

 

Earlier publications

Earlier publications are available from the DASSA Library.

Location:        91 Stepney Road, Magill SA 5069

Telephone:    (08) 7425 5075

Email:            dassa.library@health.sa.gov.au

Hours:            9.00am - 5.00pm, Monday to Friday

 

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