Tyler J Lane
Tyler J Lane
School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine
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“I Can’t Go to School and Leave Her in So Much Pain” Educational Shortfalls Among Adolescent ‘Young Carers’ in the South African AIDS Epidemic
L Cluver, D Operario, TJ Lane, M Kganakga
Journal of Adolescent Research 27 (5), 581-605, 2012
Does time off work after injury vary by jurisdiction? A comparative study of eight Australian workers' compensation systems
A Collie, TJ Lane, B Hassani-Mahmooei, J Thompson, C McLeod
BMJ open 6 (5), e010910, 2016
Traffic fatalities within US states that have legalized recreational cannabis sales and their neighbours
TJ Lane, W Hall
Addiction 114 (5), 847-856, 2019
Conducting health survey research in a deep rural South African community: challenges and adaptive strategies
M Casale, TJ Lane, L Sello, C Kuo, L Cluver
Health research policy and systems 11 (1), 14, 2013
Cumulative effects of HIV illness and caring for children orphaned by AIDS on anxiety symptoms among adults caring for children in HIV-endemic South Africa
C Kuo, L Cluver, M Casale, TJ Lane
AIDS patient care and STDs 28 (6), 318-326, 2014
Age, sex, and the changing disability burden of compensated work-related musculoskeletal disorders in Canada and Australia
RA Macpherson, TJ Lane, A Collie, CB McLeod
BMC public health 18 (1), 1-11, 2018
Work-related injury and illness in Australia, 2004 to 2014: What is the incidence of work-related conditions and their impact on time lost from work by state and territory, age …
T Lane, A Collie, B Hassani-Mahmooei
Monash University Publishing, 2016
Effectiveness of employer financial incentives in reducing time to report worker injury: an interrupted time series study of two Australian workers’ compensation jurisdictions
TJ Lane, S Gray, B Hassani-Mahmooei, A Collie
BMC public health 18 (1), 1-10, 2018
A prospective cohort study of the impact of return-to-work coordinators in getting injured workers back on the job
TJ Lane, R Lilley, S Hogg-Johnson, AD LaMontagne, MR Sim, PM Smith
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 28 (2), 298-306, 2018
Injured worker experiences of insurance claim processes and return to work: a national, cross-sectional study
A Collie, L Sheehan, TJ Lane, S Gray, G Grant
BMC Public Health 19 (1), 1-12, 2019
Australian workers’ compensation systems
A Collie, T Lane
Understanding the Australian Health Care System 195, 2019
Association between workers’ compensation claim processing times and work disability duration: Analysis of population level claims data
SE Gray, TJ Lane, L Sheehan, A Collie
Health Policy 123 (10), 982-991, 2019
Young carers in South Africa: Tasks undertaken by children in households affected by HIV infection and other illness
TJ Lane, L Cluver, D Operario
Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies 10 (1), 55-66, 2015
Psychological distress in workers’ compensation claimants: prevalence, predictors and mental health service use
A Collie, L Sheehan, TJ Lane, R Iles
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 30 (2), 194-202, 2020
Increased benefit generosity and the impact on workers’ compensation claiming behavior: an interrupted time series study in Victoria, Australia
TJ Lane, SE Gray, L Sheehan, A Collie
Journal of occupational and environmental medicine 61 (3), e82-e90, 2019
The cost of action: Large scale, longitudinal quantitative research with AIDS-affected children in South Africa
L Cluver, M Boyes, A Bustamam, M Casale, K Henderson, K Kuo, L Sello
Ethical quandaries in social research, 41-56, 2015
Factors associated with employer support for injured workers during a workers’ compensation claim
LR Sheehan, TJ Lane, SE Gray, A Collie
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 29 (4), 718-727, 2019
Concerns about claiming, postclaim support, and return to work planning: the workplace's impact on return to work
SE Gray, LR Sheehan, TJ Lane, A Jetha, A Collie
Journal of occupational and environmental medicine 61 (4), e139-e145, 2019
The impact of income sources on financial stress in workers’ compensation claimants
LR Sheehan, TJ Lane, A Collie
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 30 (4), 679-688, 2020
Step-downs reduce workers’ compensation payments to encourage return to work: are they effective?
TJ Lane, L Sheehan, SE Gray, D Beck, A Collie
Occupational and environmental medicine 77 (7), 470-477, 2020
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