More needs to be done to stop women being forced to wear high heels at work, Aberdeen researchers have said.
Calls to introduce a law banning companies from telling women to wear high heels at work were rejected by the government in April.
The issue was debated after one female who was sent home for wearing flat shoes set up a petition.
The University of Aberdeen researchers recommended further investigation into the issue.
The review investigated research into the physical damage and trauma that can be caused, as well as the social and cultural facets surrounding the dres of high heels.