Table of contents

  • Preliminary material
    • Title and verso pages
    • Contents
    • Acknowledgments  
    • Abbreviations  
    • Summary
      • Methods and models
      • Results
      • Future work
    • Introduction
      • Purpose
      • Background
      • Major changes to the guidelines
      • Consultation

 

  • Body content
    • Methodological challenges in measuring alcohol consumption
    • Methods and models considered for reporting alcohol data
    • Summary of advice
      • Questions used to assess alcohol consumption
    • Analysis of the 2009 Guidelines
      • Preferred method for reporting single occasion risk and lifetime risk
        • Reducing the risk of injury on a single occasion of drinking
        • Reducing the risk of alcohol-related harm over a lifetime
        • Children, young people and pregnant or breastfeeding women
      • How does this affect reporting?
        • How does the change in the guidelines impact the NDSHS reports?
        • Long-term risk vs lifetime risk
        • Short-term risk vs single occasion risk
    • Options for the future
  • End matter
    • Appendix 1: Stakeholders consulted
    • Appendix 2: Methods considered for measuring alcohol consumption
    • Appendix 3: Lifetime risk and single occasion risk calculation (detailed description)
      • Guideline 1: Reducing the risk of alcohol-related harm over a lifetime
      • Guideline 2: Reducing the risk of injury on a single occasion of drinking
    • Related publications
    • References