YOUTH COHORT: IMPROVING DISABILITY EMPLOYMENT STUDY (Y-IDES)
Grant number: 1151843 | Funding period: 2018 - 2022
Intervening early to enable young Australians with disabilities to transition into meaningful, sustainable work is likely to have enormous payoffs for their health and wellbeing, as well as reduce economic costs to society. We will produce new evidence about the individual, service-related, workplace and contextual factors that contribute to successful employment and health outcomes for young people with a disability and will identify when and where it might be most cost-effective to intervene.
Related publications (5)
Does disability modify the relationship between labour force status and psychological distress among young people?
Marissa Shields, Stefanie Dimov, Tania L King, Allison Milner, Anne Kavanagh, Matthew J Spittal, George Disney
OBJECTIVE: To examine the association between labour force status, including young people who were unemployed and having problems ..
How do employment conditions and psychosocial workplace exposures impact the mental health of young workers? A systematic review
M Shields, S Dimov, A Kavanagh, A Milner, MJ Spittal, TL King
PURPOSE: To assess the quality of the research about how employment conditions and psychosocial workplace exposures impact the men..
Employment predictors of exit from work among workers with disabilities: A survival analysis from the household income labour dynamics in Australia survey
Allison Milner, Yamna Taouk, George Disney, Zoe Aitken, Jerome Rachele, Anne Kavanagh
OBJECTIVES: Across high-income countries, unemployment rates among workers with disabilities are disproportionately high. The aim ..
Do employment factors reduce the effect of low education on mental health? A causal mediation analysis using a national panel study
Allison Milner, Tony Blakely, George Disney, Anne M Kavanagh, Anthony D LaMontagne, Zoe Aitken
Background: Young people with low education have worse health than those with higher education. This paper examined the extent to ..