This page provides information for drug treatment agencies, state and territory health departments, and those involved in collecting and transmitting data for the Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services National Minimum Data Set (AODTS NMDS).
See links below for further information on agencies funded by the Australian Government Department of Health’s Drug and Alcohol Program (DAP).
The timetable for data submissions for the 2021–22 collection is below. Final submissions are due in November 2022.
AIHW formally request submission for 2021–22 data
2021–22 Validata tool available
DAP and solely funded PHN agencies
Jurisdictions submit 2021–22 data through the Validata tool
DAP and solely funded PHN agencies final sign-off for 2021–22 data submissions by 30 November
The State and Territory AOD Peaks Network has developed resources to assist AOD services who report to the AODTS NMDS. These eLearning modules are available through the Queensland Network of Alcohol and Other Drug Agencies (QNADA) and facilitate improved data understanding, data quality, reporting, and confidence for AOD workers.
The information in this training is based on the 2019–20 AODTS NMDS Data Collection Manual. The manual is updated annually and the latest version should be referred to in the first instance.
There are 3 eLearning modules:
eLearning modules are available through QNADA.
All enquiries email [email protected].
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