Alcohol and Tobacco Attributable Fractions for Scotland
Purpose of the report
This report estimates new tobacco and alcohol attributable fractions for Scotland. Population Attributable Fractions (PAFs) can help us understand the impact that alcohol and tobacco consumption have on both population health and the healthcare services and are a necessary component of estimates of the burden of harm attributable to alcohol and/or tobacco, such as those quoted above. PAFs are the estimated proportion of cases of a particular disease in a population that could be prevented if exposure to the related risk factors were removed.
The code used to produce the report and the population attributable fraction estimates presented in the report are open source and available from https://github.com/STAPM/scot_attrib_fractions.
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