Publications

Publications, reports and presentations on the IAC study

Cross Country papers
Publications

Casswell, S., Callinan, S., Chaiyasong, S., Cuong, P, V., Kazantseva, E., Bayandorj, T., Huckle, T., Parker, K., Railton, R., & Wall, M. (2016). How the alcohol industry relies on harmful use of alcohol  and works to protect its profits. Drug and Alcohol Review.

Casswell S, Meier P, MacKintosh A, Brown A, Hastings G, Thamarangsi T, Chaiyasong S, Chun S, Huckle T, Wall M, & You R-Q. (2012). The International Alcohol Control (IAC) Study — Evaluating the Impact of Alcohol Policies. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 36(8), 1462-1467.

Presentations

Casswell S, Railton R, Huckle T, Parker K, Callinan S, Pham C, Chaiyasong S, & Kazantseva E. (2016). Cross-country comparison of proportion of alcohol consumed in heavier drinking occasions using the International Alcohol Control (IAC) study. Paper presented at the 42nd annual alcohol epidemiology symposium of the Kettil Bruun society, 30 May – 3 June, Stockholm, Sweden.

Casswell S, Huckle T, Wall M, & Parker K. (2014). Socio economic status and alcohol policy – analysis from the International Alcohol Control (IAC) study. Presented at the Kettil Bruun Society Alcohol Epidemiology Symposium, 9-13 June 2014, Torino, Italy.

Casswell S. (2013). Comparisons of alcohol consumption in Thailand, Mongolia and New Zealand (from the International Alcohol Control (IAC) Study). Paper presented at the GAPC- Global Alcohol Policy Conference 2013, Seoul, 7-9 October.

Huckle T, Chaiyasong S, Chun S, Welch M, Kazantseva E, Casswell S, & Graydon-Guy T. (2013). Collecting comparable consumption data across low, middle and high income countries in the International Alcohol Control Study (IAC). Paper presented at the Kettil Bruun Society Conference in Kampala, Uganda, 3-7 June.

Casswell S. (2012). International Alcohol Control Study – collecting policy relevant alcohol data cross country. Paper presented at the RC33 Eighth International Conference on Social Science Methodology, Sydney, 9-13 July.

New Zealand
Publications

Wall M, Casswell S, Yeh L.C. (2016). Purchases by heavier drinking young people concentrated in lower priced beverages – implications for policy.  Drug and Alcohol Review, in press.

Casswell S, Huckle T, Wall M, Parker K. (2014). Policy-relevant behaviors predict heavier drinking in both on and off premises and medicate the relationship between heavier alcohol consumption and age, gender and socioeconomic status – analysis from the International Alcohol StudyAlcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 40(2): 385-392

Casswell S, Huckle T, Wall M, & Yeh L.C. (2014). International Alcohol Control (IAC) study: pricing data and hours of purchase predict heavier drinking. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. 38(5): 1425-1431.

Casswell S, Huckle T. & Pledger M. (2002). Survey Data Need Not Underestimate Alcohol Consumption. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 26, 1561-1567.

Presentations

Huckle T, Mavoa S, Parker K, & Donovan P. (2016). Effects of restricting trading hours for on-premise and take-away alcohol outlets in New Zealand. Paper presented at the 42nd annual alcohol epidemiology symposium of the Kettil Bruun society, 30 May – 3 June, Stockholm, Sweden.

Wall M, & Casswell S. (2016). Drinker types, harm and policy related variables: results from the 2011 International Alcohol Control study in New Zealand. Paper presented at the 42nd annual alcohol epidemiology symposium of the Kettil Bruun society, 30 May – 3 June, Stockholm, Sweden.

Casswell S. (2012). International Alcohol Control (IAC) study – initial findings from New Zealand, 2011. Paper presented at the 38th Annual Kettil Bruun Society Conference, Stavanger, Norway, 4-8 June.

Australia
Publications

Callinan, S., Livingston, M., Room, R. & Dietze, P. (2016). Drinking contexts and alcohol consumption: how much alcohol is consumed in different Australian locations? Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 77(4), 612-619.

Callinan, S., Room, R., Livingston, M. & Jiang, H (2015). Who purchases low cost alcohol in Australia? Alcohol and Alcoholism, 50, 647-653.

Livingston, M. & Callinan, S. (2015). Under-reporting in alcohol surveys: whose drinking is under-estimated? Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. 76(1): 158-164.

Callinan, S. (2014). How big is a self-poured glass of wine for Australian drinkers? Drug and Alcohol Review. 34(2): 207-210.

Callinan, S, Livingston, M, Dietze, P, & Room, R. (2014). Heavy drinking occasions in Australia: Do context and beverage choice differ from low-risk drinking occasions? Drug and Alcohol Review, 33(4): 354-357.

Presentations

Jiang, H. & Callinan, S. (2014). Exploring alcohol purchasing from off-license premises in Australia. Presented at the 2014 Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol & other Drugs Conference, 9-12 November, 2014, Adelaide, Australia.

Livingston, M and Callinan, S. (2014). Under-reporting in alcohol surveys: whose drinking is under-estimated? Presented at the Kettil Bruun Society Alcohol Epidemiology Symposium, 10 June 2014, Torino, Italy.

Callinan S, Room R, Livingston M, & Dietze P. (2013). What type of consumption leads to negative consequences? First results from the Australian International Alcohol Control Study. Presented at the Global Alcohol Policy Conference, 8 November 2013, Seoul, South Korea.

Room R, & Callinan S. (2013). Drinking patterns, regulation and market influences in Australia: The International Alcohol Control (IAC) survey. Presented at the ANPHA National Preventive Health Symposium, 26th June 2013, University House, ANU, Canberra.

Reports

Callinan S, Room R, Livingston M, & Jiang H. (2014). The Alcohol Consumption and Purchase Study: Report on Wave 1 for the Australian National Preventive Health Agency. Submitted.

Jiang H, Callinan S, & Room R. (2014). Alcohol Consumption and Purchasing (ACAP) Study: Survey approach, data collection procedures and measurement of the first wave of the Australian arm of the International Alcohol Control Study. Melbourne Centre for Alcohol Policy Research.

England/Scotland
Publications

Lovatt M, Eadie D, Meier P, Li J, Bauld L, Hasings G, Holmes J. (2015). Lay epidemiology and the interpretation of low risk drinking guidelines by adults in the United Kingdom. Addiction (in press).

Lovatt M, Eadie D, Meier P, Li J, Bauld L, Hasings G, Holmes J (2014). Interpretation and use of official drinking guidelines by adults in England and Scotland: a qualitative study. Conference Abstract. The Lancet, Volume 384, S17.

Li J, Holmes J, Meier P, MacKintosh A (2014). Improving measurement of the distribution of alcohol consumption across locations, beverages, and drinkers in England and Scotland: a cross-sectional telephone survey. Conference Abstract. The Lancet, Volume 384, S44.

Presentations

Li J, Homes J, Angus C, Meier P, MacKintosh A. (2015). Understanding variation in alcohol consumption estimates: a comparison of sub-group specific alcohol consumption distributions across four English population based surveys, 41st annual Kettil Bruun Society, Munich, Germany, 1st June 2015.

Lovatt M, Eadie D, Meier P, Li J, Bauld L, Hasings G, Holmes J. (2014). Interpretation and use of official drinking guidelines by adults in England and Scotland: a qualitative study. Lancet European Public Health Science conference, Glasgow, Scotland , 19th November 2014.

Li J, Holmes J, Lovatt M, Eadie D, Meier P, Bauld L, & MacKintosh AM. (2014). Public Attitudes towards Alcohol Control Policies in Scotland and England, Alcohol Research UK Early Career Alcohol Research Symposium 2014, London, United Kingdom, 17th March 2014.

Holmes J, Li J, MacKintosh AM, Eadie D, Lovatt M, Dobbie F, Gordon R, Harris F, Hastings G, & Meier P. (2013). Public support for Alcohol Policy in Scotland and England: Evidence from the UK arm of the International Alcohol Control Study, Global Alcohol Policy Conference, Seoul, South Korea, 7th-9th October 2013.

South Africa
 Presentations

Morojele N, Burnhams N, Nel E, Williams P, & Parry C. (2016). Exposure to alcohol advertisements, problem drinking and frequent alcohol consumption among adults: results of the South African arm of the International Alcohol Control (IAC) study. Paper presented at the 42nd annual alcohol epidemiology symposium of the Kettil Bruun society, 30 May – 3 June, Stockholm, Sweden.

Nel E. (2015). Challenges experienced while conducting the International Alcohol Control Study (IAC) in Tshwane, South Africa. Paper presented at the 42nd annual alcohol epidemiology symposium of the Kettil Bruun society, 1- 3 June, Munich, Germany.

Morojele, N. (2015). Alcohol marketing and adolescent alcohol consumption: Results from the International Alcohol Control (IAC) study: South Africa. Paper presented at the 42nd annual alcohol epidemiology symposium of the Kettil Bruun society, 1- 3 June, Munich, Germany.

South Korea
Publications

Seo, S., Chun, S., Newell, M., Yun, M. (2015). Korean public opinion on alcohol control policy: A cross-sectional International Alcohol Control study. Health Policy, 119(1), pp. 33–43.

Thailand
 Presentations

Chaiyasong S. (2015). International Alcohol Control (IAC) Study in Thailand: Differential acquiring, purchasing and drinking of alcohol across drinker types. Paper presented at the 42nd annual alcohol epidemiology symposium of the Kettil Bruun society, 1- 3 June, Munich, Germany.

Turkey
 Presentations

Torun P, Mercan S, Sandikli B, Acar C, & Hayran O. (2016). Alcohol use in Turkey: a literature review. Paper presented at the 42nd annual alcohol epidemiology symposium of the Kettil Bruun society, 30 May – 3 June, Stockholm, Sweden.

Vietnam
 Presentations

Pham C, & Nguyen V. (2016). Barriers towards development of alcohol policies in Vietnam. Paper presented at the 42nd annual alcohol epidemiology symposium of the Kettil Bruun society, 30 May – 3 June, Stockholm, Sweden.

Pham, C. (2015). International Alcohol Control Study: Alcohol consumption in Vietnam. Paper presented at the 42nd annual alcohol epidemiology symposium of the Kettil Bruun society, 1- 3 June, Munich, Germany.