Harvard School of Public Health College Alcohol Study Series (ICPSR)The Harvard School of Public Health College Alcohol Study Series focused on alcohol use and alcohol problems among undergraduate college students. The surveys collected information on students' use of alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drugs, views on campus alcohol policies and student alcohol use, reasons for drinking alcohol and reasons for not drinking or limiting drinking, and personal difficulties caused by drinking problems (e.g., missed classes, injury, and trouble with police).
Additional topics covered by the survey include overall health status, daily activities, satisfaction with education being received, grade-point average, living arrangements, social life, sexual activity, use of condoms during sexual intercourse, date rape, drunk driving, and attendance in meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous, Alanon, Adult Children of Alcoholics, and Narcotics Anonymous. Background variables include age, height, weight, sex, marital status, religion, mother's and father's education, mother's and father's drinking habits, race, and Hispanic origin.
SAMHSA: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Data SectionThe Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.
Global Information System on Alcohol and Health (WHO)The Global Information System on Alcohol and Health (GISAH) is an essential tool for assessing and monitoring the health situation and trends related to alcohol consumption, alcohol-related harm, and policy responses in countries. The harmful use of alcohol results in the death of 3 million people annually.
European School Survey Project on Alcohol and Other Drugs (ESPAD).ESPAD is a collaborative effort of independent research teams in more than 40 European countries and the largest cross-national research project on adolescent substance use in the world.
The overall aim of the project is to repeatedly collect comparable data on substance use among 15-16 year old students in as many European countries as possible.
Alcohol Policy Information System (APIS), National Institutes of Health
Alcohol Policy Information System (APIS)The Alcohol Policy Information System (APIS) provides detailed information on a wide variety of Alcohol-Related Policies in the United States at both State and Federal levels.
APIS COVID-19 CoverageAPIS presents several resources designed to assist researchers studying alcohol availability and sales during the COVID-19 pandemic, including a narrative Digest, a downloadable Dataset (with Codebook), and a Surveillance Report presenting data on alcohol sales during the pandemic.
APIS Policy Topics: AlcoholIncludes Alcohol Beverage Pricing, Alcohol Beverage Taxes, Alcohol Control Systems, BAC Limits, Health Care Services and Financing, Pregnancy and Alcohol, Retail sales, Transportation, and Underage Drinking.
Alcohol Facts and Statistics (National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism)