School of Psychology
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Dr Amy Zadow Is a Lecturer and Registered Psychologist in the Master of Psychology (Organisational and Human Factors). Dr Zadow’s research focuses on workplace psychosocial risk factors and work stress. Dr Zadow specialises in multilevel statistical analysis and meta-analytic research. Along with numerous other publications she has co-published with the WHO/ILO Joint Estimates of the Work-related Burden of Disease and Injury. She has received funding for her work from a range of industry partners including SafeWork SA and a Postdoctoral Fellowship Mobility Grant from the Future Industries Institute. Dr Zadow has also presented at the Asia Pacific Academy for Psychosocial Factors at Work, the International Commission on Occupational Health, the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, and the European Association of Work and Organisational Psychology. Dr Zadow works on a group of projects partnering with industry colleagues and has more than ten years industry
experience including a range of leadership roles.
Year Citation 2022 Potter, R. E., Dollard, M., Pignata, S., Zadow, A., & Lushington, K. (2022). Review of practice & policy strategies for managing digital communication and ICT use in Australian universities. Computers in Human Behavior Reports, 5, 100160.
2022 Potter, R. E., Zadow, A., Dollard, M., Pignata, S., & Lushington, K. (2022). Digital communication, health & wellbeing in universities: a double-edged sword. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 44(1), 72-89.
2021 Rugulies, R., Sørensen, K., Di Tecco, C., Bonafede, M., Rondinone, B. M., Ahn, S., . . . Pega, F. (2021). The effect of exposure to long working hours on depression: A systematic review and meta-analysis from the WHO/ILO Joint Estimates of the Work-related Burden of Disease and Injury. Environment International, 155, 106629.
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2021 Zadow, A. J., Dollard, M. F., Dormann, C., & Landsbergis, P. (2021). Predicting new major depression symptoms from long working hours, psychosocial safety climate and work engagement: A population-based cohort study. BMJ Open, 11(6), e044133.
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2020 Gupta, C. C., Dorrian, J., Coates, A. M., Zadow, A., Dollard, M., & Banks, S. (2020). The impact of dayshifts and sleepover nightshifts on the eating and driving behaviours of residential support workers: An exploratory workplace study. Work, 66(4), 827-839.
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2019 Rugulies, R., Ando, E., Ayuso-Mateos, J. L., Bonafede, M., Cabello, M., Di Tecco, C., . . . Zadow, A. (2019). WHO/ILO work-related burden of disease and injury: Protocol for systematic reviews of exposure to long working hours and of the effect of exposure to long working hours on depression. Environment International, 125, 515-528.
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2018 Afsharian, A., Zadow, A., Dollard, M. F., Dormann, C., & Ziaian, T. (2018). Should psychosocial safety climate theory be extended to include climate strength?. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 23(4), 496-507.
2017 Zadow, A. J., Dollard, M. F., Mclinton, S. S., Lawrence, P., & Tuckey, M. R. (2017). Psychosocial safety climate, emotional exhaustion, and work injuries in healthcare workplaces. Stress and Health, 33(5), 558-569.
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Year Citation 2018 McLinton, S. S., Zadow, A., Neall, A. M., Tuckey, M. R., & Dollard, M. F. (2018). Violence and psychosocial safety climate; quantitative and qualitative evidence in the healthcare industry. In Violence and Abuse in and around Organisations (pp. 41-58). Routledge.
2016 Afsharian, A., Zadow, A., & Dollard, M. F. (2016). Psychosocial safety climate from two different cultural perspectives in the Asia Pacific: Iran and Australia Hospitals. In Psychosocial Factors at Work in the Asia Pacific: From Theory to Practice (pp. 187-201). Springer International Publishing.
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