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Drug-related Deaths in Scotland in 2017

Drug-related Deaths in Scotland in 2017

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Drug-related Deaths in Scotland in 2017
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Table 1

Drug-related deaths in Scotland, 1996 – 2017

Table 2

Drug-related deaths by underlying cause of death, Scotland, 1996 – 2017

Table 3

Drug-related deaths by selected drugs reported, Scotland, 1996 – 2017

Table 4

Drug-related deaths by sex and age, Scotland, 1996 – 2017

Table 5

Drug-related deaths by sex, age and underlying cause of death, Scotland, 2017

Table 6

Drug-related deaths by sex, age and selected drugs reported, Scotland, 2017

Table 7

Drug-related deaths involving only one drug by sex, age and selected drugs reported, Scotland, 2017

Table 8

Drug-related deaths per 1,000 population, Scotland, 2000 to 2017

Table 9

Drug-related deaths by sex and age-group: average for 2011 to 2015, and relative to the estimated number of problem drug users in 2012/13

Table HB1

Drug-related deaths by NHS Board area, 2007 - 2017 (with averages for 2003 -2007 and 2013-2017)

Table HB2

Drug-related deaths by underlying cause of death and NHS Board area, 2017

Table HB3

Drug-related deaths by selected drugs reported and NHS Board area, 2017

Table HB4

Drug-related deaths per 1,000 population, NHS Board areas, annual averages for 2013 to 2017

Table HB5

Drug-related deaths by NHS Board area: average for 2011 to 2015, and relative to the estimated number of problem drug users in 2012/13

Table C1

Drug-related deaths by council area, 2007 - 2017 (with averages for
2003 - 2007 and 2013 - 2017)

Table C2

Drug-related deaths by underlying cause and council area, 2017

Table C3

Drug-related deaths by selected drugs reported and council area, 2017

Table C4

Drug-related deaths per 1,000 population, council areas, annual averages for 2013 to 2017

Table C5

Drug-related deaths by council area: average for 2011 to 2015, and relative to estimated problem drug user numbers in 2012/13

Table X

Drug-related deaths in Scotland - different definitions, 1979 to 2017

Table Y

Drug-related deaths, on the basis of the Office for National Statistics (ONS) ‘wide’ definition, by selected drugs reported, 2007 to 2017

Table Z

Drug-related deaths, on the basis of the Office for National Statistics (ONS) ‘wide’ definition, by how they relate to the Drug Strategy ‘baseline’ definition, deaths from some causes which may be associated with present or past drug misuse, and volatile substance abuse deaths,
2007 to 2017

Table NPS 1

Drug-related deaths, on the basis of the Office for National Statistics (ONS) ‘wide’ definition, which involved New Psychoactive Substances, 2017

Table NPS 2

Drug-related deaths, on the basis of the Office for National Statistics (ONS) ‘wide’ definition, which involved New Psychoactive Substances, 2007 to 2017
 

Table NPS 3

Drug-related deaths, on the basis of the Office for National Statistics (ONS) ‘wide’ definition, which involved New Psychoactive Substances, and were registered in 2017

Table CS1 Consistent series of drug-related deaths – ‘extra’ deaths and which of the drugs that were present for each of the ‘extra’ deaths meant that they were counted in the consistent series: 2000 to 2017
Table CS2 Consistent series of drug-related deaths – ‘extra’ deaths by sex and age: 2000 to 2017
Table EMCDDA ‘Drug-induced’ deaths aged 15-64: reported number and rate per million population, latest year’s figures

Figure 1

Drug-related deaths in Scotland, 3- and 5-year moving averages, and likely range of values around 5-year moving average

Figure 2

Drug-related deaths per 1,000 problem drug users - NHS Board areas

Figure 3

Drug-related deaths per 1,000 problem drug users - council areas

Figure 4

Drug-related deaths in Scotland - different definitions

 

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