The data collection for this project contains: - One final report (Format: Word .docx / 10MB / 245p) discussing all the results obtained over the duration of the project. This report is currently under review and should be made publically available in the future. - Two databases (Format: Excel.xls /10MB each) obtained from Queensland Health which compile pharmaceutical consumption audit data from 107 hospitals in Queensland for the year 2008 and 2009. - Two databases (Format: Excel.xls /150KB each) obtained from the Drug Utilisation Sub-Committee (DUSC) of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) (Department of Health and Ageing, Australian Government) which compile pharmaceutical consumptions by the Australian population for the year 2008 and 2009. - A list of pharmaceuticals available over the counter in Australia (Format: Excel.xls /400KB) obtained on the Therapeutic good administration (TGA) Australia. These databases have been used for the desk-based evaluation of the impact of hospitals on loads of pharmaceuticals in municipal wastewater reported in the final report. For this evaluation, a software named R (freely available on the internet) has been used. Additional data files include then: - 2 program files (R/ .r / 22KB each) and excels files (.xlsx) used to run the program in R. All these files are grouped in a single folder. Finally the results presented in tables and graphs of the reports can be made available and are all available as word or Excel files (docx. / .xlsx)

Collectors
Party Dr Kristell Le Corre
Party Professor Jurg Keller
Acceptable daily intake   Multidrug resistant bacteria   Municiple wastewater   Pharmaceuticals   Prediction   Quantification   Source control   Sewage treatment plant   Antibiotic resistance   Audit data   Experimental design   Consumption   Flow proportional sampling   Hospital wastewater   Loads   Margin of exposure   090409  

Once approved by the UWSRA, the report can be made publicly available. The databases (compiled by Queensland Health and The DUSC), analytical data and results cannot be freely accessible and will require mediated access (primary and secondary contact cited above)

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