I-Jen Castle

NIH

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Alcohol Consumption and Changes During the Pandemic

We will investigate alcohol consumption patterns and changes during the COVID-19 pandemic, examine whether there are any differences among demographic/geographic subgroups, and examine any factors associated with changes in alcohol consumption. We may also examine any differences in demographic/geographic factors…

Scientific Questions Being Studied

We will investigate alcohol consumption patterns and changes during the COVID-19 pandemic, examine whether there are any differences among demographic/geographic subgroups, and examine any factors associated with changes in alcohol consumption. We may also examine any differences in demographic/geographic factors between participants and non-participants in the COPE Surveys to evaluate participation representativeness.

Project Purpose(s)

  • Population Health
  • Social / Behavioral

Scientific Approaches

We plan to use data from the core surveys (The Basics, Overall Health, and Lifestyle) as well as the COVID-19 Participant Experience (COPE) Surveys. Analytic approaches include descriptive statistics, univariate or unadjusted hypothesis testing, multivariable regression, and/or data visualizations.

Anticipated Findings

Alcohol poses different challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. The findings will help us better understand alcohol consumption patterns and changes in US population during the pandemic as well as potential demographic disparities and geographic variation. The findings may also shed some light on factors associated with changes in alcohol consumption during the pandemic.

Demographic Categories of Interest

  • Race / Ethnicity
  • Age
  • Gender Identity
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Geography
  • Education Level
  • Income Level

Research Team

Owner:

Collaborators:

  • Tulshi Saha - Senior Researcher, NIH
  • Nanwei Cao - Senior Researcher, NIH
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