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All-island Alcohol
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The directory collates data and information on alcohol consumption and related harm on the island of Ireland. You can access data around alcohol consumption, related harms, and the retail of alcohol.


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August 28, 2019

Fatal and Serious (KSI) Road Traffic Collisions caused by Drink Driving (2013-2017) (Department for Infrastructure NI)

This statistical brief reviews PSNI road traffic collision data from 2013 to 2017 to identify any emerging issues regarding drink drive collisions in relation to when […]
May 20, 2019

Alcohol Retail Outlet Density Northern Ireland 2018 (Dep for Communities)

The Department for Communities Social Policy Unit, is responsible for the alcohol licensing in Northern Ireland. Evidence from other countries shows a significant relationship between alcohol […]
May 20, 2019

National Drug Treatment Reporting System 2011-2017 drug data (HRB)

Latest figures from the Health Research Board show 63,303 cases presented for treatment for problem drug use (excluding alcohol) between 2011 and 2017. The number of […]
May 16, 2019

Tables from Health Survey Northern Ireland 2018 (Dep Health NI)

Tables outlining: adult and child BMI levels, the foods people eat on most days of the week and fruit & vegetable intake, the amount of physical […]
May 16, 2019

Alcohol Action Ireland comments on latest alcohol consumption data for 2018

Alcohol Action Ireland today (Tues, 12 March 2019) note the data released by Revenue: provisional alcohol clearances and receipts 2018. This data disappointingly indicates that alcohol […]
May 16, 2019

EU Health Equity Pilot Project 2016-2018 (EU Commission)

The European Commission  Health Equity Pilot Project provided support for knowledge sharing and policy development to reduce health inequalities in the European Union, with a focus […]
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