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Hedge, A., & Pazell, S. (2016). Chapter 21: Ergonomics and wellness in workplaces, Part 3: Emerging ergonomic workplace design issues, In Hedge, A. (Ed.). Ergonomic Workplace Design for Health, Wellness, and Productivity. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

Pazell, S., Burgess-Limerick, Horberry, T., & Davidson, P. (2016). Human-centred design in civil road construction: Methods to inform procurement and improve performance. Paper submitted for review by editorial review committee: Journal of Health and Safety, Research and Practice

Pazell, S., Burgess-Limerick, R., & Horberry, T. (2016). Application of Functional Resonance Analysis Method to Sustain Human-Centered Design Practice in Road Construction. HFES2016 International Annual Meeting: Accepted for presentation/publication: 19 - 23 Sept 2016.

Pazell, S., Burgess-Limerick, R., & Horberry, T. (2016). Case Study: Participatory Ergonomics in Road Construction and an Occupational Perspective of Health. HFES2016 International Annual Meeting: Accepted for presentation/publication: 19 - 23 Sept 2016.

Hehir, S., Dunstan, D., Straker, L., Caple, D., Lee, D., Pazell, S., Hennessy, M., McAtamney, L., Coenen, P., (2015) Sedentary Behaviour: HFESA Position on Prolonged Unbroken Sitting Time. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia.

Pazell, S., Burgess-Limerick, R., Horberry, T., & McGuire, R. (2015). Human-centred design for road construction: Optimising productivity by reducing safety and health risks. Proceedings of the International Flexible Pavements Conference: Australian Asphalt and Pavement Association, Gold Coast, QLD.

Pazell, S., Burgess-Limerick, Horberry, T., & Davidson, P. (2015). User-centred design for civil construction: Optimising productivity by reducing safety and health risks associated with the operation and maintenance of on-road vehicles and mobile plant. Proceedings 19th Triennial Congress of the IEA, Melbourne 9-14 August 2015.

Sturgul, J. R., Pazell, S., & Daniel, D. (2015). A Simulation and Animation Model for an Asphalt Operation: Implications for Organisational Ergonomics. Proceedings 19th Triennial Congress of the IEA, Melbourne 9-14 August 2015.

Pazell, S., & Jaffe, E., (2003). Entrepreneurial Ventures, Chapter 9, in The Occupational Therapy Manager (4th Ed.). AOTA Press.

Non-Peer Reviewed:

Pazell, S. & Burgess-Limerick R. (2015). Design of work for health: A human-centred design perspective: Part I. In Quarry Magazine, 23(10), 74 – 76. October Edition 2015.

Pazell, S. & Burgess-Limerick R. (2015). Human-centred design: Integration of health and safety: Part II. In Quarry Magazine, 23(11), 35 – 41. November Edition 2015.

Pazell, S. (1998). Implementing a visual rehabilitation program. Caring Magazine, September Edition, National Association for Home Care & Hospice.

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