surveys were projects of the Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit
(APHRU), funded as a core programme of the Health Research Council
(HRC) and the Alcohol Advisory Council (ALAC). Data collection for the
1995 and 2000 National Surveys were funded by ALAC in
investigator-initiated grants to Professor Sally Casswell.
especially wish to acknowledge the dedicated team of CATI interviewers
and supervisors who undertook the data collection and coordinated the
CATI team and the data collection process. The supervisors and
interviewers who took part in the project included: Mavis Ah Chong,
Rose Annear, Ginny Ballingall, Todd Bell, Kaaren Beverley, Vivek
Bhandari, Mary Blade, Andrea Bygrave, Anne Carroll, Rosina Cassidy,
Karl Chitham, Philippa Clark, Nathan Cowie, Sarah Cunningham, Yvonne
Edwards, Christopher Eveni, Catherine Farmer, Greta Fisher, Mere
Forbes, Riana Fox, Terangihau Gilbert, Dave Gulik, Milton Henry, Ross
Hinton, Dallas Howe, Trish Howie, Wendy Hunt, Jeanette Johnson, Vicky
Kapo, Erena Le Heron, Michael Littlewood, Don Mailei, Adrienne Manaia,
Sally Marks, Karen McMillan, Robyn Melton, Marisa Mencarelli, Michael
Morrissey, Andrew Mouat, Cherie Mulholland, Frances Nikolic, Peter
Nock, Wikitoria Panapa, Katherine Park, Gary Paul, Gwen Reekie, John
Robinson, Leanne Rolleston, Justine Ropata, Te Aroha Rountree, Godfrey
Rudolph, Radhika Rup, Nicole Sheehan, Qing Shen, Louise Smith, Chandra
So, Jenny St John, Jan Steiner, Fatu Sua, Ninakaye Taane, Robyn
Taratu, Foketi (Kate) Taufu, Danielle Taylor, Kate Todd, Betty Tong,
Rachel Veena, Honey Waitai, Sarah White, Robert Woolf, Andrew Young
plus the other interviewers who wish to remain anonymous.
data management and statistical analysis was carried out by Jia Fang
Zhang in 1995 and by Dr Krishna Bhatta and Dr Megan Pledger in 2000.
Statistical advice was provided by Joanna Stewart.
would also like to thank Dr Chris Wilkins, Michael Ford, Val McAllum,
Dr Allan Wyllie, Gary Connolly and Glen Barnes for their contributions
to the project, plus all the others who have assisted in many
We are grateful to Dr Allan Wyllie who provided peer review of the report and to ALAC staff who commented on the preliminary analysis report in draft.
Last, but not least, we acknowledge the time and willingness of the participants to respond to the survey, without which the project could not have taken place.
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