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Alcohol Consumption and Alcohol-Related Harm in Ireland 2010/2011

Cover of ReportA new report by the National Advisory Committee on Drugs (NACD) entitled: 'Drug use in Ireland and Northern Ireland: Alcohol Consumption and Alcohol-Related Harm in Ireland 2010/2011 Drug Prevalence Survey' was published yesterday.

Speaking at the launch in the Department of Health, Dublin, Minister Roisin Shortall said: “It is crucial that we as a society reduce the overall level of alcohol consumed in Ireland and also tackle the problems of alcohol misuse. I am determined that effective steps will be taken over the coming period to address problems associated with alcohol across our society."

Key findings from the report:

The NACD was established in response to the drug problem to assist in our continued need to improve our knowledge and understanding of problem drug use.

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