International studies show that self-reported alcohol consumption only accounts for between 40% and 60% of sales.
What does SRAC stand for?
SRAC stands for Self-Reported Alcohol Consumption
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We have 94 other meanings of SRAC in our Acronym Attic
- Sackville Rivers Advisory Board (now Soil & Water Conservation Society of Metro Halifax; Canada)
- Sekolah Rendah Agama Bersepadu (Malay: Integrated Primary School Religious Education)
- South Regional Association for the Blind (London, England, UK)
- Statistical Research and Applications Branch (National Cancer Institute; Rockville, MD)
- Stroke Recovery Association of British Columbia (Canada)
- Sabbath Rest Advent Church (Germany)
- Safety Related Application Condition
- Scenic Roads Advisory Committee
- Sears, Roebuck and Co.
- Seattle Round Agricultural Committee (Washington)
- Senate Rules and Administration Committee
- Short Range Agent Communications
- Short-Run Average Cost
- Societatea Romana Pentru Asigurarea Calitatii (Romanian: Romanian Society for Quality Assurance)
- Southern Regional Aquaculture Center
- Sport and Recreation Committee (Australia)
- Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture (South Africa)
- Standard Thermal Reactor Analysis Code
- Structural Research Analysis Corporation (SolidWorks)
- System Realignment and Categorization
Samples in periodicals archive:
Data on self-reported alcohol consumption were assessed at baseline and updated approximately every 4 years, whereas stroke and potential confounder data were updated at baseline and biennially.
Timeline follow back: A technique for assessing self-reported alcohol consumption.
Timeline Followback; A technique for assessing self-reported alcohol consumption.
Female alcoholic outpatients and female college students: a correlational study of self-reported alcohol consumption and carbohydrate-deficient transferrin levels.
Timeline Followback: A technique for assessing self-reported alcohol consumption.