Trends in overdose and other drug-induced deaths in Australian Capital Territory, 2003-2022

Trends in overdose and other drug-induced deaths in Australian Capital Territory, 2003-2022
Trends in overdose and other drug-induced deaths in Australian Capital Territory, 2003-2022

ISSN: 2981-8036

This summary report presents findings on overdose and other drug-induced deaths in the Australian Capital Territory from 2003 to 2022.

This is part of the national report Trends in Overdose and Other Drug-Induced Deaths in Australia, 2003-2022, which includes: 

Our public online data visualisation allows viewers to disaggregate data in different ways, and to download these images for their own use. 

 

Jurisdictional summary reports 

For a summary of findings on trends in overdose and other drug-induced deaths for other jurisdictions, please see the full report or go to the jurisdictional summary reports: 

Recommended citation: Chrzanowska A, Man N, Sutherland R, Degenhardt L, Peacock A. Trends in overdose and other drug-induced deaths in Australia, 2003-2022. Sydney: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, UNSW Sydney; 2024.

This report was prepared by researchers from the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre for the Drug Trends program. The Drug Trends program is coordinated by the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, UNSW Sydney and undertaken in partnership with Burnet, National Drug Research Institute, University of Queensland, and the University of Tasmania.

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Contact

Please contact the Drug Trends team with any queries regarding this publication: [email protected].

Funding 

The Drug Trends program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care under the Drug and Alcohol Program. 

Data source 

We acknowledge all state and territory Registries of Births, Deaths and Marriages, the Coroners and the National Coronial Information System (NCIS) for enabling Cause of Death Unit Record File (COD URF) data to be used for this publication.

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Source: unsw.edu.au

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