National Drug Strategy
National Drug Strategy

The costs of tobacco, alcohol and illicit drug abuse to Australian Society in 2004/05

List of abbreviations

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ABOD: Australian Burden of Disease study
ABS: Australian Bureau of Statistics
AF: Attributable fraction (also known as aetiologic fraction)
AIC: Australian Institute of Criminology
AIDS Acquired immune deficiency syndrome
AIHW: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
ATO: Australian Taxation Office BCA Benefit-cost analysis
BTE: Bureau of Transport Economics
COPD: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
DRG: Diagnosis-related groups
DUCO: Drug Use Careers of Offenders
DUMA: Drug Use Monitoring in Australia
EtOH: Ethyl alcohol GDP Gross domestic product
GST: Goods and services tax HIV Human immunodeficiency virus
ICD: International Classification of Diseases
IGA: Inter-Governmental Agreement on the Reform of Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements
IHD: Ischaemic heart disease
MSO: Most serious offence
NCA: National Crime Authority
N.a.: Not available
N.e.i.: Not elsewhere included
NHMRC: National Health and Medical Research Council
PBS: Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme
PYLL: Potential years of life lost
QFRS: Queensland Fire and Rescue Service
RR: Relative risk RRP Revenue replacement payment
SIDS: Sudden infant death syndrome
WHO: World Health Organization

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