“Lighting for Control Rooms – Not all Control Rooms are the Same” at the IESANZ (The Lighting Society) Light in Focus Conference 2019, Melbourne.
Long J, Richter H (2019) Visual ergonomics on-the-go. WORK 63: 321-324
Long J, Richter H (2019) The pitfalls of the traditional office ergonomics model in the current mobile work environment: Is visual ergonomics health literacy the remedy? WORK 63: 447-456
Richter H, Sundin S, Long J (2019) Visually deficient working conditions and reduced work performance in office workers: Is it mediated by visual discomfort? International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 72: 126-136
Jaiswal S, Asper L, Long J, Lee A, Harrison K, Golebiowski B (2019) Ocular and visual discomfort associated with smartphones, tablets and computers: what we do and do not know. Clinical and Experimental Optometry 102(5): 463-477
Long J (2019) Prescribing for computer users in Clinical Cases in Eye Care. Wolters Kluwer, Philadelphia. Ed. by Mark Rosenfield, Eunice Myung Lee and Denise Goodwin.
Golebiowski B, Long J, Harrison K, Lee A, Asper L (2018) Smartphone use and effects on tear film, blinking and binocular vision. Invest Ophthalmol. Vis.Sci 2018; 59(9): 913.
Long J, Cheung R, Duong S, Paynter R, Asper L (2017) Viewing distance and eyestrain symptoms with prolonged viewing of smartphones.
Clinical and Experimental Optometry 2017: 100(2): 133-137, DOI: 10.1111/cxo.12453
Long J, Rosenfield M, Helland M, Anshel J (2014) Visual ergonomics standards for contemporary office environments.
Ergonomics Australia 2014 10:1
Long J (2014) Rainbow colour coding used in digital imaging technology poses a challenge for clinicians with colour vision defects.
Ergonomics Australia 2014 7: 1
Long J and Helland M (2012) A multidisciplinary approach to solving computer related vision problems.
Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 32: 429-435
Long J (2011) Users of assistive technology also require assistance with ergonomics.
Work 39: 79-84
Long J (2008) Vision and Computer Work.
OHS Alert, CCH Australia Limited, Issue 7, 2nd September 2008, page 7-8
Long J (2007) Designing multiple visual demand environments for an ageing workforce
In L.Straker (ed.) A Healthy Society: Safe, Satisfied and Productive, Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Conference of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia, 26-28 November 2007, Perth, Western Australia, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia Inc.
Cook C and Long J (2005) Risk factors for physical discomfort in office environments.
In Mitchell (ed) (2006) Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia, 21-23 November 2005, Canberra Australia, page 94-98
Long J (2003) What every ergonomist needs to know about multiple focus spectacles.
Ergonomics Australia (2003) December, page 10-12
Long J (2001) Demystifying Non-Prescription Computer Spectacles.
In Stevenson and Talbot eds (2001). Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the Ergonomics Society of Australia, Sydney, 27-30 Nov 2001. pp 179-185
Long J (2000) The effect of character size on working distance at a computer screen.
Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the Ergonomics Society of Australia, Adelaide, Australia, 8-11 October 2000. pp 40-45.
Conferences + Seminars.
Here are the conferences and events that I will be speaking at in 2019:
Blue light and LED – Fact or fake news? Webinar hosted by the Australian Institute of Health & Safety (AIHS) (formerly Safety Institute of Australia (SIA)).
Previous seminars and conferences from the past few years:
“Visual displays and lighting” within the workshop “Critical control rooms for the next generation of operations” at Comms Connect Melbourne, Australia. https://melbourne.comms-connect.com.au/
“The many faces of visual ergonomics – Building an international visual ergonomics network” at the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society of Australia Annual Conference, Perth, Australia.https://www.ergonomics.org.au/conference-information/hfesa-2018-conference