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Injury Prevention is a peer-reviewed online journal that offers the best in science, policy, and public health practice to reduce the burden of injury in all age groups around the world. It offers a free monthly audio podcast on topics relating to the prevention of unintentional, occupational and intentional (violence-related) injuries. The Injury Prevention podcast is released monthly. Subscribe via all podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify. http ...
 
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This month’s interview is with Professor Alison Macpherson, from the Faculty of Health, York University, Canada. As an experienced and passionate academic, she believes that policy makers and the public need to be included in research from the beginning of the research process. She also tells Editor-in-Chief of Injury Prevention, Rod McClure, how i…
 
In this month’s podcast, Rod McLure talks to Renee Johnson, Dr. Holly Hedegaard, Emilia Pasalic, and Pedro Martinez, from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the US. They are Guest Editors of the Injury Prevention's new supplement, which explores injury epidemiology and surveillance methods using ICD-10-CM coded data, and was publishe…
 
In this month’s podcast, Rod McLure talks to Professor Richard Matzopoulos, about his work as a researcher-practitioner working across government and academia in South Africa. He details his data-driven policy work to support an evidence-based approach to large impact upstream nation-level interventions.Richard Matzopoulos is a Chief Specialist Sci…
 
What is the “safety in numbers” effect? And how can research conducted in simulated environments challenge the results of real-life studies about cyclists safety?The discussion in this podcast with Dr Jason Thompson, University of Melbourne, Australia, introduces the idea of modeling artificial societies, and suggests ways these agent-based models …
 
Morag Mackay, Research Director, Safekids Worldwide, is an injury prevention expert with high-level experience in research policy and practice. In this podcast, she stresses the need for training in the field of injury prevention, and acknowledges the wider context within which injury prevention is practiced. A related article authored by Morag has…
 
On the 25th anniversary of the Injury Prevention journal, we talk to Emeritus Professor Barry Pless, founding Editor-in-Chief and Director of the Community, Developmental and Epidemiologic Research, at the Montreal Children's Hospital, Canada.Read the related Editorial of the December issue: https://injuryprevention.bmj.com/content/26/6/505 The Inj…
 
In this month’s podcast, we talk to Denise Kendrick, General Practitioner in the north of England with a quiet passion for supporting her patients' health outcomes, and the population health outcomes of communities within which her patients live. She has focused on the prevention of injury in young and older people, improving injury recovery, and t…
 
In this podcast, Editor-in-Chief of Injury Prevention, Rod McClure, talks to Erin Hamilton (Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, University of Washington, Seattle) about the Global Burden of Disease (GBD), the same topic of a special issue just published by Injury Prevention.Read more on the journal's website: https://injuryprevention.bmj.c…
 
In this month’s podcast, we bring you an orderly walk through the life of a senior in the field. It moves from childhood drivers through private, to not profit, to public sector experiences and how it all comes together in the current job of Professor Ian Pike, University of British Columbia, Canada.Read more about these topics on the Injury Preven…
 
In this podcast, Editor-in-Chief of Injury Prevention, Rod McClure,talks to Dr. Becky Naumann. She is a research assistant professor in the Department of Epidemiology and core faculty at UNC's Injury Prevention Research Center. Dr. Naumann’s main area of research has focused on understanding risk factors and trends of unintentional injuries and eva…
 
Fewer cars, more walking and cycling after the COVID-19 pandemic, suggests the Head of Sustainable Mobility and Safety Research at Monash University in this month’s podcast. Dr Ben Beck, who’s the President of the Australasian Injury Prevention Network, believes that enhancing safety and reducing injury will require a shift in cities infrastructure…
 
In this podcast, Editor-in-Chief of Injury Prevention, Rod McClure, interviews Dr Margie Peden, Head of the Global Injury Programme at the George Institute, University of Oxford, and co-Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre on Injury Prevention and Trauma Care. The conversation takes them from clinical practice in trauma units in South Africa to…
 
Motorcycles pose higher risk to other road users than cars, according to the study discussed in this podcast. Rod McClure talks to Dr Rachel Aldred, University of Westminster, about her recent paper published by Injury Prevention, which analyses the risk of injury to others constituted by six different transport modes, driver's/riders’ gender and t…
 
The focus of the podcast this month is the Society for Advancement of Violence and Injury Research (SAVIR). Editor-in-Chief Rod McClure chats to the President of the SAVIR, Dr Linda Degutis, about the work of the society and the role of the journal of Injury Prevention on the work of preventing and treating injury and violence.https://www.savirweb.…
 
Technology is bringing both challenges and new solutions to the injury prevention science. Professor Richard Franklin, Co-Director of the World Safety Organisation Collaborating Centre for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion, James Cook University, Australia, has a positive view of the future of our cities, which will rely much more on active an…
 
It started with a campaign for the bicycle helmet in children. It didn’t become a national priority, but helped to increase its usage from 2% to 70% in the last two decades in the USA. Dr. Abraham “Abe” Bergman has dedicated most of his long career as a pediatrician to the field of injury prevention. He helped found the Harborview Center and, at 87…
 
Dr Deb Azrael tells the "origin story" of firearms injury as a public health problem through the lens of one of the key firearms research groups in the US over nearly 30 years. She also discusses current data of gun possession, suicide rates and the real challenges of this problem in the country.Read the special issue of Injury Prevention on firear…
 
In this podcast, Professor Brent Hagel, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, tells Editor-in-Chief of Injury Prevention, Rod McLure, how his career as a scientist moved from an undergraduate degree in health education through to injury prevention in sports and more recently to methods of encouraging physical activity within a safe environment. T…
 
Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Ian Roberts first trained as a paediatrician in the UK and then studied injury prevention and trauma care in New Zealand and Canada.In this podcast, he tells Rod McClure how a young death triggered the swap from a career in treatment to one in preventio…
 
Mark Stevenson (University of Melbourne, Australia) is one of the State of the Art Review Editors of Injury Prevention. He talks with Rod McClure about a new era in the practice of Injury Prevention supported by technology and big data, both powerful allies in his most recent work.More details of the papers mentioned in this podcast: - The epidemio…
 
Dr Rakhi Dandona, PhD, is a Clinical Professor of Health Metrics Sciences at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington and at the Public Health Foundation of India, She is a lead investigator on epidemiological studies on injuries, HIV/AIDS, maternal and child health, blindness and mortality estimation and also…
 
Professor Martha Híjar has recently made the decision of leaving her role as the Director of the National Council for Injury Prevention of the Ministry of Health in México to go back to research. She explains why in this conversation with Professor Rod McClure. She is a professor at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México and author and co-auth…
 
This month’s guest is a specialist in childhood burns and violence-related injuries in South Africa. Professor Ashley Van Niekerk is the deputy director of the Violence, Injury and Peace Research Unit, South African Medical Research Council-University of South Africa. He tells Editor-in-Chief of Injury Prevention, Professor Rod McClure, how the soc…
 
In the first podcast of the year, Editor-in-Chief of Injury Prevention Rod McClure talks to Natalie Wilkins, from the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.Dr Wilkins experience in the injury prevention field ranges from opioids overuse to car accidents, sports injury, c…
 
In the second podcast of a series about the papers that helped shape a career in Injury Prevention, Professor Rod McClure talks to Professor David Studdert, expert in health law and empirical legal research from the Stanford Law School and Stanford University School of Medicine, USA, whose latest research career focus on the burden of injuries and …
 
The papers that helped shape a career in Injury Prevention. In the first podcast of this series, Rod McClure, Editor-in-Chief of Injury Prevention, talks to Rachid Salmi, Professor of Public Health at the Université de Bordeaux, who pursued a research topic that was "under recognised" in the 1970s.Find the Injury Prevention podcast on the journal w…
 
Drowning is a major cause of unintentional childhood death. Along with colleagues, Rohit P Shenoi, Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital, Texas, investigated the relationship between childhood swimming pool submersions, neighbourhood sociodemographics, housing type and swimming pool location was examined in Harris County, Texas.H…
 
William Haddon Jr developed his conceptual model, the Haddon matrix, by applying basic principles of public health to the problem of traffic safety. In 1998, Carol Runyan expanded on his work with the seminal paper “Using the Haddon matrix: introducing the third dimension” that expanded on the matrix and its utility by adding a decision-making dime…
 
As Injury Prevention turns 20 we're taking a look back at some of the most influential papers we've published in our Anniversary Archives, starting with Fred Rivara et al's “Epidemiology of bicycle injuries and risk factors for serious injury”. Using data from their seminal case–control study on bicycle helmet effectiveness, the study reported on c…
 
The Minnesota Department of Health conducted an exploratory epidemiologic investigation into the health care burden of illicit synthetic drug (ISD) use in Duluth, Minnesota. Staff reviewed medical records of 78 patients with suspected ISD use who were treated in emergency departments at two Duluth-area hospitals from January through September 2013.…
 
Successful injury prevention requires identification and targeting of particularly vulnerable groups, but little is known about injury vulnerability patterns in Sudan. Safa Abdalla, Sudanese Public Health Consultancy Group, aimed to fill this gap using survey data, and here Brian Johnston asks her what she found.Read the full paper: http://injurypr…
 
In the USA, 384 children died due to hyperthermia between 2003 and 2012 while unattended in an enclosed vehicle. Paediatric vehicular hyperthermia persists as a highly preventable form of heat-related death.A study recently published in IP has described temperature change throughout the workday in an enclosed vehicle in Austin, Texas across the cal…
 
This podcast focuses on the collection of high school athlete sports injury data by the University of South Florida Sports Medicine and Athletic Related Trauma Institute (SMART). SMART developed an injury surveillance tool to collect detailed sports injury risk factor and outcome data for high school athletes in west central Florida beginning in 20…
 
Brian Johnston talks to Guoqing Hu, Department of Epidemiology and Health Statistics, School of Public Health, Central South University, China, about what his analysis of injury prevention research published in China between 2001 and 2010 reveals. Read the full paper (for free) http://goo.gl/bNZz51Por BMJ talk medicine
 
Brian Johnston, IP Editor in Chief, talks to Gregory Istre and Mary McCoy, Injury Prevention Center of Greater Dallas, about their latest research into the impact of community-based smoke alarm distribution programmes on the occurrence of house fire-related deaths and injuries. Read the full research: http://goo.gl/mg7JCa…
 
Sports concussion, especially among youth, has become a topic of major interest to parents, athletes, coaches and physicians. While much is known about the topic, there is a great deal that is not known, especially about concussions in children. Dr Fred Rivara, Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Pediatrics, University of Washington discusses s…
 
December 14, 2013, is the one year anniversary of the shootings at Sandy Hook elementary school in Newton, Connecticut, USA, in which 20 young children were massacred. Dr Fred Rivara, professor of pediatrics, University of Washington, Seattle, discusses the need for research on gun violence, and the reasons that funding for this has been blocked in…
 
Read the full research online: http://injuryprevention.bmj.com/content/19/5/311 Brian Johnston, IP editor, talks to Mathilde Sengoelge from the Department of Public Health Sciences, at the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden. They discuss the Editor's choice manuscript, Country-level economic disparity and child mortality related to housing and injurie…
 
Brian Johnston, IP Editor in Chief, talks to Eva Shipp, from the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the School of Rural Public Health in Texas, about her latest research into injury rates amongst adolescent, migrant farmworkers in Starr county, South Texas. Read the full research : http://injuryprevention.bmj.com/content/19/4/264.full…
 
In Philadelphia, the local authority has undertaken a project to green vacant lots, with the aim of improving the city. Research by Charles Branas, a professor of epidemiology at the University of Pennsylvania, has shown that not only did this have the desired aesthetic effect, it also lead to a reduction in violent crime in those areas. He joins B…
 
Unintentional, non-fire-related carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning is a leading cause of poisoning death and injury in the USA. Most residential poisonings are preventable, so how to get people to adopt these protective behaviours? IP editor Brian Johnston talks to Douglas Rupert, Health Communication Program, RTI International, and Scott Damon, Center…
 
Can emergency department data sharing help prevent violence and alcohol-related harm? Editor Brain Johnston talks to Karen Hughes (behavioural epidemiologist, Centre for Public Health, Liverpool John Moores University) about the way data is integration into multi-agency policy and practice in the North West of England, and the role this played in d…
 
IP editor Brian Johnston talks to Ciara Zachary (postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Health Behavior and Society, Johns Hopkins University) about her study looking at barriers to implementing falls prevention programmes in senior centres. See also: Barriers to senior centre implementation of falls prevention programmes http://bit.ly/XmpJ4k…
 
Tackling inequality in health is an important part of the public policy agenda in many countries; however, many interventions that could improve overall health might also increase inequality. Robert Lu (Institute of Public Health, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan) has been tracking mortality from road traffic injuries after a mandatory motorc…
 
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