National Drug Strategy
National Drug Strategy

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

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Table number Table title
1 Mechanisms of cost shifting
2 Involuntary smoking-attributable conditions
3 PBS subsidies and patient contributions for prescribed preventive pharmaceuticals, 2004/05
4 Tobacco tax revenues, 1998/89 and 2004/05
5 Alcohol tax revenues, 1998/89 and 2004/05
6 Drugs recently used, proportion of the population aged 14 years and over, 1998 and 2004
7 Selected aetiological fractions for tobacco
8 Conditions attributable to drug abuse, classified by drug
9 Alcohol-attributable conditions for which the abstinence-based aetiological fractions are negative
10 Alcohol-attributable deaths and hospital bed-days, 2004/05
11 Estimated numbers of lives lost and saved due to low risk and risky/high risk drinking when compared to abstinence in Australia, 1998
12 Tobacco-attributable conditions for which the abstinence-based aetiological fractions are negative
13 Tobacco-attributable deaths and hospital bed-days, 2004/05
14 Illustration of drug-attributable fractions for violent crime, 2004/05
15 Estimates of the quantities of tobacco grown, diverted to the illegal market, and seized by the ATO
16 Summary of selected drug-attributable crime costs, 2004/05
17 Summary of the impact upon drug- and alcohol-attributable police and court costs of use of lower and upper bound DUMA estimates, 2004/05
18 Health care costs and savings resulting from drug abuse, 2004/05
19 Percentages of gross and net health costs, 2004/05
20 Alcohol-attributable deaths, hospital bed-days and hospital costs, 2004/05, caused or prevented
21 Tobacco-attributable deaths, hospital bed-days and hospital costs, 2004/05, caused or prevented
22 Tobacco-attributable deaths, hospital bed-days and hospital costs, 2004/05, by age and smoking status
23 Proportions of tobacco-attributable deaths, hospital bed-days and hospital costs, 2004/05, by age and smoking status
24 Individual drug categories, summary of health outcomes, 2004/05, males
25 Individual drug categories, summary of health outcomes, 2004/05, females
26 Individual drug categories, summary of health outcomes, 2004/05, persons
27 Individual drug categories, summary of health outcomes, 2004/05, males, percentages of total identified
28 Individual drug categories, summary of health outcomes, 2004/05, females, percentages of total identified
29 Individual drug categories, summary of health outcomes, 2004/05, persons, percentages of total identified
30 Paid and unpaid production costs of drug abuse, 2004/05
31 Drug-attributable road accident costs, 2004/05, by type of drug
32 Costs of smoking-attributable fires, 2004/05
33 Tangible social costs of drug abuse, 2004/05
34 Intangible social costs of drug abuse, 2004/05
35 Total social costs of drug abuse, 2004/05
36 Incidence of the tangible social costs of alcohol misuse, 2004/05
37 Incidence of the tangible social costs of tobacco abuse, 2004/05
38 Incidence of the tangible social costs of abuse of illicit drugs, 2004/05
39 Impact of alcohol misuse on the Australian Government budget, 2004/05
40 Impact of alcohol misuse on state government budgets, 2004/05
41 Total budgetary impact of alcohol misuse, 2004/05
42 Impact of tobacco abuse on the Australian Government budget, 2004/05
43 Impact of tobacco abuse on state government budgets, 2004/05
44 Total budgetary impact of tobacco abuse, 2004/05
45 Impact of the abuse of illicit drugs on the Australian Government budget, 2004/05
46 Impact of the abuse of illicit drugs on the state government budgets, 2004/05
47 Total budgetary impact of the abuse of illicit drugs, 2004/05
48 Comparison of some tangible cost categories with gross domestic product, 2004/05
49 Comparison of constant price estimates of the social costs of tobacco, 1998/99 and 2004/05, at 2004/05 prices
50 Comparison of constant price estimates of the social costs of illicit drugs, 1998/99 and 2004/05, at 2004/05 prices
51 The impact of drug abuse upon the Australian male population
52 The impact of drug abuse upon the Australian female population
53 The impact of drug abuse upon the Australian male and female population
54 Comparing the single item and new dependency measure on self-reported attributions for police detainees, percentages
55 Self-reported causal attributions by crime type, multiple offence adjusted attributions, DUMA, percentages
56 DUCO males and females, weighted percentages, estimates
57 DUCO males and females, unweighted percentages, estimates
58 Alcohol-caused conditions and defining ICD-10 codes
59 Tobacco-caused conditions and defining ICD-10 codes
60 Illicit-drug-caused conditions and defining ICD-10 codes
61 Age-specific aetiological fractions for alcohol-caused deaths, males
62 Age-specific aetiological fractions for alcohol-caused deaths, females
63 Age-specific aetiological fractions for tobacco-caused deaths, males
64 Age-specific aetiological fractions for tobacco-caused deaths, females
65 Age-specific aetiological fractions for illicit drug-caused deaths, males
66 Age-specific aetiological fractions for illicit drug-caused deaths, females
67 Age-specific aetiological fractions for conditions where the AF for morbidity differed from the AF for deaths

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