Australian Research, Reports, Studies:
- 2006 Beaton /Beyond Blue survey of 7,500 professionals
- Kelk N. Luscombe G. Medlow S. Hickie I. (2009) Courting the Blues: Attitudes towards depression in Australian law students and lawyers
- Kelk N. Medlow S. Hickie I. (2010) Distress and Depression among Australian Law Students: Incidence, Attitudes and the Role of Universities
- Kelk N. Medlow S Hickie I. (2010) Depression and the Law: Experiences of Australian Barristers and Solicitors
- Kendall C. (2011) Report on Psychological Distress and Depression in the Legal Profession
- Townes O’Brien, M., Tang, S. & Hall, K. (2011). No time to lose: Negative impact on law student wellbeing may begin in year one. The International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education, 2(2), 49-60. doi: 10.5204/intjfyhe.v2i2.84
- Skead N. Rogers S. L. (2013) Stress, anxiety and depression in law students: How student behaviours affect student wellbeing
- Bergin, A. J., & Jimmieson, N. L. (2013). Australian lawyer well-being: Job demands, resources, and the role of time-billing targets. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 21(3), 427-441.
- Bergin, A. J., & Jimmieson, N, L. (2013). Explaining psychological distress in the legal profession: The role of overcommitment. International Journal of Stress Management, 20(2), 134-161.
- Clarke B.S. (2015) Coming Out in the Classroom: Law Professors, Law Students and Depression. Journal of Legal Education, Volume 64, Number 3 (February 2015)
- Bergin, A. J., & Pakenham, K. (2015). Law student stress: Relationships between academic demands, social isolation, career pressure, study/life imbalance and adjustment outcomes in law students. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 22(3), 388-406.
- Bergin, A. J., & Pakenham, K. (2016). The stress-buffering role of mindfulness in the relationship between perceived stress and psychological adjustment. Mindfulness, 7(4), 928-939.
Research on the impact of the workplace on Mental Wellbeing
- Shain M. (1999) The Role of the Workplace in the Production and Containment of Health Costs: the case of stress‐related disorders. Leadership in Health Services, Volume: 12Issue: 2,1999
- Shain, M. (2000). Illness, Injury and Recovery: The Fairness Connection
- Shain M. Kramer D.M. (2004) Health Promotion in the workplace: framing the concept; reviewing the evidenceOccup Environ Med 2004;61:643–648.
- Shain M. (2008) Calculating the cost of work-related stress and psychosocial risks: European Risk Observatory Literature Review (Report was commissioned by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work)
- Shain, M. (2009) Psychological Safety at Work: Legal Trends and the Implications
- LaMontagne, Anthony D, Keegel, Tessa, Vallance, Deborah, Ostry, Aleck and Wolfe, Rory (2008), Job strain — Attributable depression in a sample of working Australians: Assessing the contribution to health inequalities, BMC Public Health, vol. 8, no. Article 181, pp. 1‐9.
Available from Deakin Research Online: http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30061301
- Shain M. (2010) Tracking the Perfect Legal Storm: Workplace Strategies for Mental Health
- Shain, M. (2010). Mental Injury, Psychological Safety and the Law: 150 Years of Evolution
- Shain M. (2010) The Shain Reports on Psychological Safety in the Workplace – A Summary Prepared for the Mental Health Commission of Canada | April 2010
- Shain M. (2012) The Road to Psychological Safety : Legal, scientific and social foundations for a national standard for psychological safety in the workplace
- LaMontagne A. and Keegel T. (2012) Reducing Stress in the Workplace
- Shain M. (2013). Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace: Humanising the Workplace’ speech at George Brown College.
- Shain M. (2013) Weathering the Perfect Legal Storm: Navigating requirements of the emerging duty to provide a psychologically safe system of work in the context of the voluntary National Standard of Canada on Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace
- Vezina M. (2013) Meeting fundamental human needs is vital to promote psychological health in the workplace
- Omari, M. , & Paull, M. (2013). ‘Shut up and bill’: Workplace bullying challenges for the legal profession. International Journal of the Legal Profession, 20(2), 141-160. Available online at here This Journal Article is posted at Research Online http://ro.ecu.edu.au/ecuworks2013/811
- Michalek, R.T. (2013) Beyond slips, trips, and falls The emerging importance of psychosocial risk management
- LaMontagne A. D. Martin A. Page K. M. Reayley N. J. Noblet A. J. Milner A. J. Keegel, T. Smith P.M. (2014) Workplace mental health: developing an integrated intervention approach
BMC Psychiatry201414:131 DOI:10.1186/1471-244X-14-131
- Michalek R. T. (2015) Causes and Consequences of Work-Related Psychosocial Risk Exposure A Comparative Investigation of Organisational Context, Employee Attitudes, Job Performance and Wellbeing in Lawyers and Non-Lawyer Professionals
ISBN: 978-0-9874106-0-3 (Print version) ISBN: 978-0-9874106-1-0 (Electronic version)
- 2014 PWC Report: Creating a mentally Healthy Workplace: Return on Investment
- Gallup Report (2013) Australians disengaged at work
National Standard Canada (The standard is available as a free download)
Implementation of the Standard