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  • Australian secondary school students alcohol and drug (ASSAD) survey 2017

    Every 3 years 20,000 to 30,000 secondary students aged between 12 and 17 take part in a national survey of adolescent substance use in Australia. These reports present the findings from the 2017 surveys.

  • Australian cigarette ingredient information

    Ingredients used in cigarettes produced by British American Tobacco Australia, Imperial Tobacco Australia Ltd and Phillip Morris Ltd.

  • National Drug Strategy

    The National Drug Strategy aims to reduce and prevent harm caused by drugs. Six sub-strategies focus on specific issues such as alcohol, ice, tobacco, and workforce development.

  • Don’t make smokes your story campaign – evaluations

    The National Tobacco Campaign launched the Don’t make smokes your story campaign in 2016. It focused on reducing smoking rates among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The campaign has been evaluated each year and these reports outline the findings.

  • Tobacco plain packaging resources

    These resources will help you understand, and be able to meet, our tobacco plain packaging laws.

  • Management of Places Forms and Guidance Material for Approved Providers

    These guides and forms are for approved providers of residential and flexible aged care services to manage their allocations of places.

  • Women Want To Know resources

    The Women Want To Know initiative has created resources to help health professionals discuss alcohol and pregnancy with women. The resources include brochures, posters and videos.

  • My Aged Care research and evaluation

    We regularly review and evaluate My Aged Care to make sure it’s being effective. Independent researchers consult a wide range of stakeholders to cover all aspects of My Aged Care. These reports outline the results of the research that has been done so far.

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