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Australian Secondary School Students' Alcohol and Drug Survey


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ASSAD is a triennial national survey of students’ use of licit and illicit substances surveying around 20 000 secondary school students about a wide range of substances. The 2017 ASSAD shows some increases in ecstasy use, declines in methamphetamine use, and continued declines in the use of tobacco.

Go to Australian Secondary School Students’ Alcohol and Drug Survey 2017.

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