NSMHWB

AcronymDefinition
NSMHWBNational Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing (Australia)
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The only comparable numbers available from other sources come from the Burns and Teesson (2002) study using the 1997 Australian NSMHWB. For some drug categories, the NESARC conditional probabilities were similar to those from NSMHWB (e.g., sedative use disorder, U.S.
Differences between the results of this study and NSMHWB may reflect historical or cultural differences, differential availability of alcohol and specific drugs, or other economic or social factors operating in each country.
The magnitudes of the associations found in this study are similar to those found in NSMHWB (i.e., sedative use disorder, 7.2 versus 9.2; stimulant use disorder, 18.5 versus 26.1; cannabis use disorder, 16.2 versus 10.5; opioid use disorder, 15.0 versus 7.2; any drug use disorder, 15.2 versus 10.1).