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Adult Drinking Patterns Survey

Data including the frequency, prevalence, level of consumption and behavioural characteristics of drinking alcohol.

The Adult Drinking Pattern Survey is a household-based survey carried out on all those aged 18-75 in households across Northern Ireland to inform policy on alcohol drinking patterns in Northern Ireland. Its main aim is to provide an up-to-date picture of, an insight into and understanding of adult drinking patterns in Northern Ireland.

The survey was first carried out in 1999 on behalf of the Health Promotion Agency (HPA), and in 2005, 2008 and 2011 for the Public Health Information and Research Branch within the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety for Northern Ireland (DHSSPSNI). 

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Dataset Info

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FieldValue
Publisher
Author
Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety
Modified Date
2017-03-10
Release Date
2015-09-10
Identifier
8cd4007c-a6bf-432a-8088-b598fbcdde80
Licence
Open Definition
Topic
Spatial / Geographical Coverage Area (WKT)
POLYGON ((-8.1958 55.3166, -5.35034 55.3166, -5.35034 54.0336, -8.1958 54.0336, -8.1958 55.3166))
Spatial / Geographical Coverage Location
Northern Ireland
Contact Name
Public Health Information and Research Branch, DHSSPS