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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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 […]
July 19, 2021

Global burden of cancer in 2020 attributable to alcohol consumption: a population-based study 2021 (The Lancet)

This study provides updated estimates of the global burden of cancer attributable to alcohol consumption stratified by sex, cancer site, and country, using estimates of cancer […]
July 19, 2021

National Drug Treatment Reporting System 2014 – 2020 alcohol treatment data 2021 (HRB National Drugs Library)

In this bulletin, trends in treated problem alcohol use are described for the seven-year period from 2014 to 2020. The data are taken from the National […]
July 19, 2021

Men’s Health in Numbers Northern Ireland Men’s Health Report Card 2021 (Men’s Health Forum)

This compendium of data on men’s health in Northern Ireland is the ‘brother publication’ of a similar report card for the Republic of Ireland. The report […]
July 19, 2021

Pub Statistics – House of Commons Library 2021 (House of Commons Library)

This House of Commons Library Briefing Paper of Pub Statistics presents data from various sources on the number of pubs in the UK. According to ONS […]

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