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Peer-review journal publications

  1. Boufous S, Finch C, Close J, Day L, Lord S. Hospital admissions following presentations to emergency departments for a fracture in older people. Injury Prevention. 2007; 13(3): 211-214.

  2. Du W, Finch C, Hayen A, Hatfield J. Differences in injury rates in child motor vehicle passengers in rural and urban areas in New South Wales, July 2000 to June 2004. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health. 2007, 31(5): 483-488.

  3. Du W, Finch C, Hayen A, Hatfield J. Trends in hospitalisation rates for road traffic injuries in child motor vehicle passengers in New South Wales, July 1998-June 2005. Medical Journal of Australia. 2007, 187(9): 515-518.

  4. Fernandes R, Job RFS, Hatfield J. A challenge to the assumed generalizability of prediction and countermeasure for risky driving: Different factors predict different risky driving behaviours. Journal of Safety Research. 2007; 38(1): 59-70.

  5. Gabbett T, Minbashian A, Finch C. Influence of environmental and ground conditions on injury risk in rugby league. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 2007; 10(4): 211-218.

  6. Hatfield J, Fernandes R, Job RFS, Smith K. Misunderstanding of right-of-way rules at various pedestrian crossing types: Observational study and survey. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 2007; 39(4): 833-842.

  7. Hatfield J, Murphy S. The effects of mobile phone use on pedestrian crossing behaviour at signalised and unsignalised intersections. Accidents Analysis and Prevention. 2007; 39(1): 197-205.

  8. Hayen A, Dennis RJ, Finch C. Determining the intra and inter-observer reliability of screening tools used in sports injury research. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 2007; 10(4): 201-210.

  9. Hayen AD, Boufous S, Harrison JE. A discussion of the potential benefits to injury surveillance through inclusion of date of injury in hospitalisation data in New South Wales and Australia. NSW Public Health Bulletin. 2007; 18(7-8): 130-132.

  10. Mitchell R, Sherker S, Cavanagh M, Eager D. Falls from playground equipment: Will the new Australian playground safety standard make a difference and how will we tell? Health Promotion Journal of Australia. 2007; 18(2): 98-104.

  11. Mitchell R, Haddrill K. WHO Safe Communities – Should we expand the definition of a ‘community’? International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion. 2007; 14(1): 60-63.

  12. Poulos R, Hayen A, Finch C, Zwi A. Area socioeconomic status and childhood injury morbidity in New South Wales, Australia. Injury Prevention. 2007; 13(5): 322-327.

  13. Short A., Grzebieta R.H. and Arndt N., Estimating bicyclist into pedestrian collision speed, International Journal of Crashworthiness. 2007; 12 (2): 127–135.
  1. Turner RM, Hayen A, Dunsmuir W, Finch CF. Spatial temporal modelling of hospitalisations for fall-related hip fractures in older people. Osteoporosis International. Published online. DOI 10.1007/s00198-008-0819-4.

  2. Williamson A. Using self-report measures in neurobehavioural toxicology: Can they be trusted? Neurotoxicology. 2007; 28(2): 227-234.

  3. Williamson A, Boufous S. A data matching study of the role of fatigue in work-related areas. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 2007; 10F (3): 242-253.

  4. Williamson A. Predictors of psychostimulant use by long-distance truck drivers. American Journal of Epidemiology. 2007; 166(11): 1320-1326.
  1. Young D, Grzebieta R, McIntosh A, Bambach M, Frechede B. Diving versus roof intrusion: A review of rollover injury causation. International Journal of Crashworthiness. 2007; 12(6): 609-628.



  1. Hatfield J, Fernandes R. The role of risk propensity in the risky driving of younger and older drivers. Report to the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, 2007.






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