InterMAHP, a new tool for alcohol epidemiologists from CISUR

photo of Adam Sherk, CISUR PhD candidate and InterMAHP project lead
Adam Sherk, CISUR PhD candidate and InterMAHP project lead

InterMAHP logoHow much does alcohol cost? Think beyond the price of a bottle of wine; how many deaths per year are due to alcohol-related colon cancer? How about hospitalizations due to impaired driving accidents? CISUR's new International Model of Alcohol Harms and Policies (InterMAHP) tool can help you find out.

InterMAHP is a comprehensive set of guidelines, methods and manuals, as well as a SAS®-based tool developed to help standardize and automate the calculation and application of alcohol-attributable fractions (AAFs) globally. The tool can be used by international alcohol research teams to assist in alcohol harms estimation, in particular in relation to alcohol-attributable mortality and morbidity calculation.

InterMAHP was developed by CISUR PhD candidate Adam Sherk and colleagues.

Learn more and download the tool at intermahp.cisur.ca.