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About the NDSHS collection.
Confidentialised unit record files (CURF) of the NDSHS are available to researchers through the Australian Data Archive (ADA) at the Australian National University. The latest available CURF is for the 2013 NDSHS.
About the NOPSAD collection.
Information on submission of AODTS data to the AIHW can be found in the Guidelines for AODTS data submitters.
About the Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services National Minimum Data Set (AODTS NMDS).
Dynamic data displays are available for Alcohol and other drug treatment services National Minimum Dataset (AODTS NMDS), for selected principal drugs of concern, 2010–11 to 2014–15.
Users can customise charts within displays. Users can also customise tables within the dynamic data display by clicking on the 'Cross tabulation' tabs in the top navigation row.
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Displays open in a new window and may take several minutes to download.
Data are subject to minor revisions over time.
The 2015–16 AODTS-NMDS data cubes are subsets of data from the Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services National Minimum Data Set (AODTS-NMDS) collection.
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Alcohol and other drug treatment services NMDS 2014–15
The cubes cover the period 2003–04 to 2015–16.
The counting unit is a 'closed treatment episode'. A closed treatment episode refers to a period of contact, with defined dates of commencement and cessation, between a client and a treatment agency. As a unit of measurement, the 'closed treatment episode' used in the AODTS-NMDS cannot provide information on the number of clients who access publicly funded alcohol and other drug treatment, nor can it provide information on the extent of concurrent, sequential or recurrent service use.
Across all years, the following data items in the cubes have been collapsed for confidentiality reasons:
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The Australian Government Department of Health funds much of our work in these areas as part of Australia’s National Drug Strategy.
We also use alcohol and other drug-related data from other external data sources, such as Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), NDRAC, AIC, Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission.
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