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Title: Tobacco consumption in Darwin, October 1994
Authors: Richards, Ruth
McComb, John
Alcohol and Other Drugs Program
Epidemiology Branch
Corporate Author: Territory Health Services
Publisher: Territory Health Services
Abstract: This publication is largely based on the results of a survey conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) in the Northern Territory as a supplement to the monthly population survey in October 1994. The ABS has previously conducted surveys on tobacco consumption in the Northern Territory in October 1986 and in October 1990. Results of the latest survey presented in this publication highlight the changes that have happened across this period. This report aims to present the findings in a way that is informative, easy to read and easy to understand. The relatively small and dispersed nature of the Territory's population and the small sample size (approximately 0.8 percent) have meant that the analysis has been limited to the Darwin urban statistical division. Further, tobacco consumption by Aboriginal people was not examined within this survey. Despite these restrictions, the results are worthwhile and give us a good understanding of tobacco consumption in Darwin.
Publication Date: 1996-02
ISBN: 0-7245-1235-7
Type: Report
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