Russell Roberts

Russell Roberts
Charles Sturt University · School of Management and Marketing

Doctor of Philosophy

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Publications (27)
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Workplace wellbeing is a fast-developing subject in employment relations. This qualitative study examined the workplace wellbeing of police during COVID-19. There has been a significant critique of the narrow focus only on individual resilience and stress as the cause of workers’ poor mental health and wellbeing. Research into frontline workers’ me...
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Objective To investigate the impact of COVID-19 on the mental health and well-being of rural paramedics, police, community nursing and child protection staff. Method An online survey was distributed to investigate the sources of stress and support across individual, task and organisational domains. Setting and Participants The survey was complete...
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Objective: This study examines consumer engagement with a social marketing digital media strategy designed to support the implementation of Equally Well-a program to improve the physical health of people living with mental illness. Design: A four-stage strategic analysis and intervention mix were used as the theoretical framework to assess stake...
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An available and effective rural mental health workforce is critical to the provision of contemporary mental health care. During the last 5 years new mental health plans and strategies have been released every state and territory of Australia. This policy analysis examines the extent to which workforce, and particularly rural workforce issues are c...
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This paper highlights some key actions social workers can take to help improve the physical health of people living with mental illness. Despite an 80% comorbidity rate, many people living with mental illness still do not receive a physical health check-up. For this and other reasons, people living with mental illness die, on average, 10–20 years p...
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People diagnosed with mental illness have relatively poor physical health and die earlier than their counterparts in the general population. People living with mental illness in rural Australia have three times the risk of premature death than the total population. This article reviews recent international, Australian and New Zealand research, iden...

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