PhD Students in the Injury Epidemiology Prevention Research Group
Psycho-social factors impacting return to work following traumatic injury
Jointly funded by:
Centre for Public and Psychosocial Health
Nottingham Trent University School of Psychology
Applied Research Collaboration, East Midlands.
Dr Blerina Kellezi
Professor Denise Kendrick
Dr Kate Radford
Polyvictimisation, Psychosocial Dysfunction and Family-Related Correlates among Adolescents in Saint Lucia)
UoN Vice Chancellor International Scholarship
Dr Shihning Chou
Completed PhD Students from the Injury Epidemiology Prevention Research Group
Keeping Adults Physically Active (KAPA)
A randomised feasibility study assessing an intervention to keep adults physically active after falls management exercise programmes end
NIHR School for Primary Care Research
Dr Elizabeth Orton
Professor Pip Logan
Prevention of burns through improved design and use of cookstoves in sub-Saharan Africa (Malawi)
An evaluation of a biomass stove safety protocol used for testing household cookstoves, in low and middle-income countries
Parents' perceptions of unintentional paediatric burn injuries - A qualitative study.
Nottingham University, Faculty of Engineering/School of Health Sciences
Dr Michael Watson
Prevention of child home injuries in Iran
Parents’ voices: perceptions of barriers andfacilitators to prevent unintentional home injuriesamong young children
Nottingham University, Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship for Research Excellence
Dr Caroline Mulvaney
The epidemiology of injuries among children and young people, and the impact of maternal mental illness on child injury risk
Association between maternal depression and anxiety episodes and rates of childhood injuries: a cohort study from England.
Differing patterns in thermal injury incidence and hospitalisations among 0-4 year old children from England.
Epidemiology of poisonings, fractures and burns among 0-24 year olds in England using linked health and mortality data.
Dr Laila Tata
Harmony (Eroboghene) Otete
Opportunities in primary and secondary healthcare settings to prevent alcohol misuse.
Healthcare Utilisation, Morbidities and Alcohol Use Monitoring Prior to Alcoholic Psychosis Diagnosis
Alcohol‐attributable healthcare attendances up to 10 years prior to diagnosis of alcoholic cirrhosis: a population based case–control study
Sex and age differences in the early identification and treatment of alcohol use: a population‐based study of patients with alcoholic cirrhosis
Vice-chancellors international scholarship
Understanding the prevention of unintentional injuries at home among Palestinian children aged under five years
Prevention of unintentional injuries at home in children younger than 5 years in Ramallah District: a case study approach
An investigation of factors contributing to the sustainability of home safety equipment schemes in communities at higher risk of injury: A multiple case study based on a national programme in England
Searching for sustainability within public health policy: insights from an injury prevention perspective
RoSPA/BNFL Scholarship Scheme
Dr Catrin Evans
The epidemiology of injuries in epilepsy and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children and young people using the clinical practice research datalink (CPRD) and linked data
Injury among children and young adults with epilepsy.
NIHR Doctoral Fellowship
Professor Joe West
Professor Sayal Kapil
Parental perceptions of child safety and unintentional injuries that occur within the home environment: a qualitative study
Maternal perceptions of supervision in pre-school-aged children: a qualitative approach to understanding differences between families living in affluent and disadvantaged areas.
The other side of the story - maternal perceptions of safety advice and information: a qualitative approach.
Nottingham University School of Sociology and Social Policy PhD Scholarship
Professor Ian Shaw
The association between cyclists use of conspicuity aids and risk of accidents involving other road users: A population based case-control study'
The use of conspicuity aids by cyclists and risk of Crashes involving other road users: Protocol for a population based case-control Study.
Use of conspicuity aids by cyclists and risk of crashes involving other road users: Population based case-control study
Nottingham University School of Community Health Sciences PhD Scholarship
Professor Carol Coupland
Epidemiology of burn injuries in Sulaymaniyah Province of Iraq
Childhood burns in Sulaimaniyah province, Iraqi Kurdistan: a prospective study of admissions and outpatients.
Risk factors for burns at home in Kurdish preschool children: a case-control study.
Burns in Sulaymaniyah province, Iraq: epidemiology and risk factors for death in patients admitted to hospital.
Epidemiology of burn injuries in the East Mediterranean Region: a systematic review
Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government and Nottingham University Iraq Scholarship Programme
Preventing falls in older people
A multicentre randomised controlled trial of day hospital-based falls prevention programme for a screened population of community-dwelling older people at high risk of falls.
Cost-effectiveness of a day hospital falls prevention programme for screened community-dwelling older people at high risk of falls.
Dhole Fellowship from The British Geriatric Society
Professor John Gladman
Providing child safety equipment for the prevention of injuries: A randomised controlled trial in Primary Care
Providing child safety equipment for the prevention of injuries: a randomised controlled trial
Validation of a home safety questionnaire used in a randomised controlled trial
Randomised controlled trials in primary care. Community Practitioner 2002; 75(4): 131-133
Injury prevention: working together on an RCT. Community Practitioner 2002; 75(5); 172-175.
Measuring contamination in an injury prevention randomised controlled trial
Childhood injury prevention: The views of health visitors and nursery nurses working in deprived areas
Persuasion and resistance: the development and evaluation of a safety promotion intervention to reduce the possession and use of baby-walkers in primary care
Injury prevention training: a cluster randomised controlled trial assessing its effect on the knowledge, attitudes, and practices of midwives and health visitors
Midwives' knowledge of, attitudes to and practice with baby walkers
Talking about baby walkers: Insights about health education from the field
Department of Health Research Developer Award
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