Sarah Callinan
Sarah Callinan
Associate Professor, Centre for Alcohol Policy Research, La Trobe University
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Underreporting in alcohol surveys: whose drinking is underestimated?
M Livingston, S Callinan
Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs 76 (1), 158-164, 2015
Shifts in alcohol consumption during the COVID‐19 pandemic: early indications from Australia
S Callinan, K Smit, Y Mojica‐Perez, S D'Aquino, D Moore, E Kuntsche
Addiction 116 (6), 1381-1388, 2021
Drinking patterns vary by gender, age and country‐level income: Cross‐country analysis of the International Alcohol Control Study
S Chaiyasong, T Huckle, AM Mackintosh, P Meier, CDH Parry, S Callinan, ...
Drug and alcohol review 37, S53-S62, 2018
Purchasing, consumption, demographic and socioeconomic variables associated with shifts in alcohol consumption during the COVID‐19 pandemic
S Callinan, Y Mojica‐Perez, CJC Wright, M Livingston, S Kuntsche, ...
Drug and Alcohol Review 40 (2), 183-191, 2021
The Hidden Harm: Alcohol's Impact on Children and Families
AM Laslett, J Mugavin, H Jiang, S Callinan, S MacLean, R Room
Drinking contexts and alcohol consumption: how much alcohol is consumed in different Australian locations?
S Callinan, M Livingston, R Room, P Dietze
Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 77 (4), 612-619, 2016
Harm to others from drinking: Patterns in nine societies
AM Laslett, R Room, O Waleewong, O Stanesby, S Callinan, ...
World Health Organization, 2019
How the alcohol industry relies on harmful use of alcohol and works to protect its profits
S Casswell, S Callinan, S Chaiyasong, PV Cuong, E Kazantseva, ...
Drug and Alcohol Review 35 (6), 661-664, 2016
The big night out: What happens on the most recent heavy drinking occasion among young V ictorian risky drinkers?
PM Dietze, M Livingston, S Callinan, R Room
Drug and alcohol review 33 (4), 346-353, 2014
Changes in smoking rates among pregnant women and the general female population in Australia, Finland, Norway, and Sweden
T Reitan, S Callinan
Nicotine & Tobacco Research 19 (3), 282-289, 2017
COVID‐19 makes a stronger research focus on home drinking more important than ever
S Callinan, S MacLean
Drug and Alcohol Review 39 (6), 613, 2020
Harm from known others' drinking by relationship proximity to the harmful drinker and gender: a meta‐analysis across 10 countries
O Stanesby, S Callinan, K Graham, IM Wilson, TK Greenfield, ...
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 42 (9), 1693-1703, 2018
Alcohol consumption trends in Australia: comparing surveys and sales‐based measures
M Livingston, S Callinan, J Raninen, A Pennay, PM Dietze
Drug and alcohol review 37, S9-S14, 2018
Changes in A ustralian attitudes to alcohol policy: 1995–2010
S Callinan, R Room, M Livingston
Drug and Alcohol Review 33 (3), 227-234, 2014
Alcohol’s harm to others: an international collaborative project
S Callinan, AM Laslett, D Rekve, R Room, O Waleewong, V Benegal, ...
Price elasticity of on-and off-premises demand for alcoholic drinks: A Tobit analysis
H Jiang, M Livingston, R Room, S Callinan
Drug and alcohol dependence 163, 222-228, 2016
Alcohol consumption during pregnancy: results from the 2010 National Drug Strategy Household Survey
S Callinan, R Room
Canberra: Centre for Alcohol Policy Research, 26, 2012
“Fourteen Dollars for One Beer!” Pre‐drinking is associated with high‐risk drinking among Victorian young adults
S MacLean, S Callinan
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 37 (6), 579-585, 2013
The decline in youth drinking in England—is everyone drinking less? A quantile regression analysis
M Oldham, S Callinan, V Whitaker, H Fairbrother, P Curtis, P Meier, ...
Addiction 115 (2), 230-238, 2020
Queensland alcohol-related violence and night time economy monitoring project (QUANTEM): a study protocol
PG Miller, J Ferris, K Coomber, R Zahnow, N Carah, H Jiang, K Kypri, ...
BMC public health 17, 1-12, 2017
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