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SALSUS

Public Health

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Previous Reports

The SALSUS reports provide information on:

  • Prevalence of smoking, drinking and drug use;
  • Frequency of substance misuse;
  • Sources and availability of cigarettes, alcohol and drugs;
  • Pupils' attitudes to substance misuse;
  • Family circumstances, parental knowledge and monitoring of children's activities;
  • Attitudes to school, leisure activities, personal wealth and health.

SALSUS reports from 2002 onwards are available from the links below.

2010

Publication Summary Download Download PDF file
National Report Download Download PDF file
Questionnaire Download Download PDF file
Technical Report Download Download PDF file

Local Reports

Health Board Download PDF file Local Area Download PDF file
Ayrshire & Arran East Ayrshire; North Ayrshire; South Ayrshire
Scottish Borders  
Dumfries & Galloway  
Eilean Siar  
Fife  
Forth Valley Falkirk; Stirling
Grampian Aberdeen City; Aberdeenshire; Moray
Greater Glasgow & Clyde East Dunbartonshire; East Renfrewshire; Glasgow City; Inverclyde; Renfrewshire; West Dunbartonshire
Highland Argyll & Bute; Highland
Lanarkshire North Lanarkshire; South Lanarkshire
Lothian East Lothian; Edinburgh City; Midlothian; West Lothian;
Mid & East Lothian
Orkney  
Shetland  
Tayside Angus; Dundee City; Perth & Kinross

Ipsos MORI Scotland have produced three one-page summaries highlighting some key points from SALSUS 2010. Use the links below to view them:

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2008

National Report Download Download PDF file
Questionnaire Download Download PDF file
Technical Report Download Download PDF file

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2006

National Report Download Download PDF file
Questionnaire Download Download PDF file

Local Reports

Health Board Download PDF file Local Area Download PDF file
Ayrshire & Arran East Ayrshire; North Ayrshire; South Ayrshire
Scottish Borders  
Dumfries & Galloway  
Eilean Siar  
Fife  
Forth Valley Falkirk; Stirling
Grampian Aberdeen City; Aberdeenshire; Moray
Greater Glasgow & Clyde East Dunbartonshire; East Renfrewshire; Glasgow City; Inverclyde; Renfrewshire; West Dunbartonshire
Highland Argyll & Bute; Highland
Lanarkshire North Lanarkshire; South Lanarkshire
Lothian East Lothian; Edinburgh City; Midlothian; West Lothian
Orkney  
Shetland  
Tayside Angus; Dundee City; Perth & Kinross

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2004

National Report Download Download PDF file
Questionnaire Download Download PDF file

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2002

National Report Download Download PDF file
Questionnaire Download Download PDF file

Local Reports

Health Board Download PDF file Local Area Download PDF file
Argyle & Clyde Argyll & Bute; Inverclyde; West Dunbartonshire
Ayrshire & Arran East Ayrshire; North Ayrshire; South Ayrshire
Scottish Borders  
Dumfries & Galloway  
Fife  
Forth Valley Clackmannanshire; Falkirk; Stirling
Grampian Aberdeen City; Aberdeenshire; Moray
Greater Glasgow East Dunbartonshire; East Renfrewshire; Glasgow City
Highland Argyll & Bute; Highland
Lanarkshire North Lanarkshire; South Lanarkshire
Lothian East Lothian; Edinburgh City; Midlothian; West Lothian
Orkney  
Shetland  
Tayside Angus; Dundee City; Perth & Kinross
Western Isles (did not take part in SALSUS as they had commissioned their own survey in 2000). Smoking, Drinking, Drug Use And Sexual Health Among Schoolchildren In The Western Isles

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