Luke Sheehan
Luke Sheehan
Research Officer, Monash University
Verified email at monash.edu
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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), 927, 2019
102019
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
62019
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
52019
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
32019
The impact of income sources on financial stress in workers’ compensation claimants
LR Sheehan, TJ Lane, A Collie
Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 1-10, 2020
22020
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
22019
Benefit generosity, claiming, and disability duration
T Lane, S Gray, L Sheehan, D Beck, A Collie
Melbourne, Australia: Monash University, 2018
22018
Employer Support for Making a Workers’ Compensation Claim: Overview and Association with Return to Work.
L Sheehan, TJ Lane, SE Gray, D Beck, A Collie
Melbourne, Australia: Monash University, 2018
22018
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
12020
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
12020
Development and pilot assessment of the PACE tool: helping case managers identify and respond to risk factors in workers’ compensation case management
R Iles, L Sheehan, K Munk, C Gosling
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 30 (2), 167-182, 2020
12020
The Health of Disability Support Pension and Newstart Allowance Recipients
A Collie, ML Sheehan, A Mcallister
Monash Public Health and Preventative Medicine, 2019
12019
Compensation Policy and Return to Work Effectiveness (ComPARE) Study
A Collie, S Gray, T Lane, D Beck, L Sheehan
Monash University, 2018
12018
Comparison of Return to Work Practices and Outcomes in Self-Insured and Scheme-Insured Organisations.
LR Sheehan, TJ Lane, SE Gray, D Beck, A Collie
12018
Workers’ compensation claims in government employees
LR Sheehan, SE Gray, TJ Lane, D Beck, A Collie
Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Insurance Work and Health Group, Monash University, 2018
12018
Long-Term Workers’ Compensation Claims in Australia
LR Sheehan, SE Gray, TJ Lane, D Beck, A Collie
Melbourne: Insurance Work and Health Group, Monash University, 2018
12018
Assessment of a new tool to improve case manager identification of delayed return to work in the first two weeks of a workers’ compensation claim
RA Iles, LR Sheehan, CMR Gosling
Clinical Rehabilitation, 0269215520911417, 2020
2020
Regional differences in time off work after injury: a comparison of Australian states and territories within a single workers compensation system
TJ Lane, LR Sheehan, SE Gray, A Collie
medRxiv, 2020
2020
Psychological Distress Among People Losing Work During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Australia
A Collie, L Sheehan, C van Vreden, G Grant, P Whiteford, D Petrie, ...
medRxiv, 2020
2020
Changes in access to Australian disability support benefits during a period of social welfare reform.
A Collie, LR Sheehan, TJ Lane
medRxiv, 2020
2020
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