Table of contents

  • Summary
  • 1. Introduction
    • 1.1 Aims of this report
    • 1.2 Tobacco use in Australia
    • 1.3 Policy context
    • 1.4 Smoking across population groups
    • 1.5 What is burden of disease?
    • 1.6 How was exposure to tobacco use defined and estimated?
    • 1.7 Structure of this report
  • 2. Tobacco use in Australia
    • 2.1 Burden from tobacco use
    • 2.2 Burden from tobacco use by linked disease
    • 2.3 What is the impact of using Australian effect size data?
  • 3. Tobacco use in key population groups in 2015
    • 3.1 State and territory
    • 3.2 Remoteness area
    • 3.3 Socioeconomic group
    • 3.4 People diagnosed with a mental health condition: a scenario analysis
  • 4. Tobacco use over time
    • 4.1 Changes in burden from tobacco use between 2003, 2011 and 2015
    • 4.2 Drivers of change in total attributable burden over time
    • 4.3 Potential burden from tobacco use in 2020 and 2025
  • 5. Tobacco, alcohol and illicit drug use combined
    • 5.1 Burden from tobacco, alcohol and illicit drug use
  • Appendix A: Detailed methods
    • How is attributable burden measured?
    • Selection of linked diseases
    • Theoretical minimum risk exposure distribution
    • Estimates for key population groups
    • Drivers of change in attributable burden over time
    • Estimating potential burden in 2020 and 2025
    • Estimating the combined effect of tobacco, alcohol and illicit drug use
  • Appendix B: Additional tables
  • Acknowledgments
  • Abbreviations
  • Symbols
  • Glossary
  • References
  • List of tables
  • List of figures
  • Related publications