Affiliation: University of Toronto
- The economic costs of alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs in Canada, 1992E Single
Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Addiction 93:991-1006. 1998..AIMS, DESIGN AND SETTING: The economic costs of alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs in Canadian society in 1992 are estimated utilizing a cost-of-illness framework and recently developed international guidelines...
- The relative risks and etiologic fractions of different causes of death and disease attributable to alcohol, tobacco and illicit drug use in CanadaE Single
Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse, University of Toronto
CMAJ 162:1669-75. 2000..In 1996 the number of deaths and admissions to hospital in Canada that could be attributed to the use of alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs were estimated from 1992 data. In this paper we update these estimates to the year 1995...
- Estimating the costs of substance abuse: implications to the estimation of the costs and benefits of gamblingEric Single
University of Toronto, and Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse, 6 Mervyn Avenue, Toronto M9B 1M6, Ontario, Canada
J Gambl Stud 19:215-33. 2003....
- Why we should still estimate the costs of substance abuse even if we needn't pay undue attention to the bottom lineEric Single
Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Toronto, 6 Mervyn Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Drug Alcohol Rev 28:117-21. 2009..The presentation concludes on a personal note of farewell, as this is the author's final conference presentation...
- The economic costs of illicit drug use in Ontario, 1992X Xie
Addiction Research Foundation, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Health Econ 7:81-5. 1998..29 million (Canadian dollars) in 1992. Associated with these costs are health-related harms: 211 deaths, half of which occur before the age of 35; and 20 690 days stay in public hospitals...
- On the emerging paradigm of drinking patterns and their social and health consequencesJ Rehm
Addiction Research Foundation, Toronto, Canada
Addiction 91:1615-21. 1996..In addition, we emphasize the need for improved methodologies and standardized methods for assessing drinking patterns. Finally, implications of research on drinking patterns for policy and programme development are discussed...
- Moderate drinking and health. Implications of recent evidenceM J Ashley
Department of Preventive Medicine and Biostatistics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, ON
Can Fam Physician 43:687-94. 1997....
- Alcohol and youth: time for effective actionEric Single
Can J Public Health 93:169-72. 2002
- Towards a standardised methodology for estimating alcohol-caused death, injury and illness in AustraliaTanya Chikritzhs
National Drug Research Institute, Western Australia, Perth
Aust N Z J Public Health 26:443-50. 2002..The use of the abstinence contrast, however, allows the more complex picture of alcohol's impact on public health to be apparent, e.g. including the estimated 1,505 deaths associated with low-risk drinking (mostly from cancer)...