All-island Alcohol
Data Directory

The directory collates data and information on alcohol consumption and related harm on the island of Ireland. You can access data around alcohol consumption, related harms, and the retail of alcohol.

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November 24, 2021

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder: health needs assessment 2021 (Gov.uk)

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) refers to the range of neurodevelopmental problems caused by pre-natal exposure to alcohol. The effects are diverse and impact on the […]
November 24, 2021

Online alcohol sales and home delivery: An international policy review and systematic literature review 2021 (PubMed)

Online alcohol sales are experiencing rapid growth in many places, accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, prompting new laws and regulations. There are no comprehensive and systematic […]
November 24, 2021

Making life better – key indicators progress update 2021 (Department of Health)

These tables contain the latest figures for each of the key indicators of the wider social determinants of health & wellbeing set out against each of […]
November 24, 2021

Alcohol consumption and harm during the COVID-19 pandemic 2021 (Gov.uk)

This report collates data on alcohol consumption and alcohol-related harm in England throughout the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and compares it to data from previous years. Changes […]
July 19, 2021

The 2019–20 Irish National Drug and Alcohol Survey: Main findings 2021 (Health Research Board)

The National Drug and Alcohol Survey (NDAS) collects information on alcohol and tobacco consumption and drug use among the general population in Ireland. It also surveys […]
July 19, 2021

Activities of Irish Psychiatric Units and Hospitals 2020 (Health Research Board)

This report presents data on activity in psychiatric hospitals in Ireland in 2020. ‘Alcoholic disorders’ is one of the indicators in the dataset. Data are presented […]

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