Drug-related mortality is a complex phenomenon, which accounts for a considerable percentage of deaths among young people in many European countries. The EMCDDA, in collaboration with national experts, has defined an epidemiological indicator with two components at present: deaths directly caused by illegal drugs (drug-induced deaths) and mortality rates among problem drug users. These two components can fulfil several public health objectives, notably as an indicator of the overall health impact of drug use and the components of this impact, identify particularly risky patterns of use, and potentially identify new risks.
There are over 300 statistical tables in this dataset. Each data table may be viewed as an HTML table or downloaded in spreadsheet (Excel format).
- Alternative Title
- EMCDDA Statistical Bulletin Drug-related deaths (DRD) data
- Landing Page
- Type of Dataset
- Release Date
- Modified Date
- Temporal Coverage From
- Temporal Coverage To
- Geographical Coverage
- Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Turkey, Belgium, Austria, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Germany, Czechia, Spain, Denmark, Finland, Estonia, Greece, United Kingdom, Hungary, Croatia, Italy, Ireland, Luxembourg, Lithuania, Malta, Latvia
- Statistical Bulletin 2018
- European Union Open Data Portal
Praça Europa 1, Cais do Sodré