Publications for Kostadinov, V

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Roche, A., Kostadinov, V., Hodge, S., Duraisingam, V., McEntee, A., Pidd, K., Nicholas, R. (2018). Characteristics & well-being of the NSW non-government AOD workforce NCETA

Kostadinov, V., Roche, A.M., McEntee, A., Allan, J.M., Meumann, N.R., McLaughlin, L.L. (2017). Brief workshops to teach drug and alcohol first aid: A pilot evaluation Drug and Alcohol Review

Kostadinov, V., Roche, A.M. (2016). Bongs and baby boomers: Trends in cannabis use among older Australians Australasian Journal on Ageing

Pidd, K., Kostadinov, V., Roche, A M (2016). Do workplace policies work? An examination of the relationship between AOD policies and workers' substance use International Journal of Drug Policy

Pidd, K., Kostadinov, V., & Roche, A. (2016). Do workplace policies work? An examination of the relationship between AOD policies and workers' substance use. International Journal of Drug Policy, 28, 48-54. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2015.08.017.

Roche, A.M., Pidd, K., Fischer, J.A., Lee, N., Scarfe, A., & Kostadinov, V. (2016). Men, work and mental health: a systematic review of depression in male-dominated industries and occupations. Safety and Health at Work.

Roche, A., Kostadinov, V., Fischer, J., Nicholas, R., O'Rourke, K., Pidd, K., & Trifonoff, A. (2015). Addressing inequities in alcohol consumption and related harms. Health Promotion International, 30(suppl 2), ii20-ii35.

Roche, A.M., & Kostadinov, V. (2015). Ageing in the 21st century: Alcohol and other drug use among older Australians. Drug and Alcohol Review, 34 (Supplement 1), 56.

Roche, A., Pidd, K., & Kostadinov, V. (2015). Alcohol- and drug-related absenteeism: A costly problem. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health. DOI: 10.1111/1753-6405.12414.

Roche, A., Kostadinov, V., Fischer, J., & Nicholas, R. (2015). Evidence review: The social determinants of inequities in alcohol consumption and alcohol-related health outcomes. Carlton South, Victoria: Victorian Health Promotion Foundation.

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