09 Sep, 2014 Last updated: 27 Jan, 2015

This report examines a range of factors that influence alcohol consumption and vulnerability to alcohol-related chronic disease in Victoria, including age, gender, residential location and social disadvantage.

Download: Inequities in alcohol-related chronic disease in Victoria report (378KB)

The Inequities in alcohol-related chronic disease in Victoria report examines a range of factors that influence alcohol consumption and vulnerability to alcohol-related chronic disease in Victoria, including age, gender, residential location and social disadvantage.

This research was conducted by the Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre and funded by VicHealth.

The information provided in this report comes from a wider study called ‘Social determinants, drinking and chronic disease: the role of social determinants of health in alcohol consumption and alcohol-related chronic disease in Victoria.’ The full report can be found at Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre.