Our Publications

Research Output

We recognise the importance of academic publishing across the spectrum of publication types. Publication in the peer-reviewed literature ensures our research meets rigorous academic standards and means it is readily available to the field. Books and book chapters provide mechanisms for dissemination of substantial pieces of scholarly work, which may influence the field for some time in the future.

Our researchers produce reports on a broad range of topics across the spectrum of injury prevention from young driver safety to safety in the home and workplace. In addition, they contribute to Parliamentary Inquiries and produce independent reports, as well as contract reports prepared for many organisations.

Project reports and injury surveillance bulletins provide direct and, importantly, rapid feedback on our research and surveillance activities to injury prevention policy makers and practitioners. The timeliness of such publications is often crucial for impacting on policy development and resource allocation.

If you are unable to find a paper on our website, please visit the university-wide research website, which includes all the peer reviewed journals and conference papers from our researchers.

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Publication No. Author(s) Title Date Type
N/A Newnam, S., Koppel, S. et al. Older truck drivers: How can we keep them in the workforce for as long as safely possible? Jan 2020 Redirect Page
N/A Taylor, J.E., Sullman, M.J.M. & Stephens, A.N. Measuring anxiety-related avoidance with the Driving and Riding Avoidance Scale (DRAS) Jan 2020 Redirect Page
N/A Oxley, J., Charlton, J., Logan, D., Koppel, S., Meuleners, L. Safer vehicles and technology for older adults Nov 2019 Redirect Page
N/A Kuo, J., Lenné, M. G., Mulhall, M., Sletten, T., Anderson, C., Howard, M., Rajaratnam, S., Magee, M., Collins, A. Continuous monitoring of visual distraction and drowsiness in shift-workers during naturalistic driving Nov 2019 Redirect Page
N/A Fildes, B., Lawrence, B. & Oxley, J. Low speed limits in residential areas in Melbourne, Australia Nov 2019 Redirect Page
N/A Lawrence, B.M. & Oxley, J. You say one route, we observe four: Using naturalistic observation to understand route-choices in cyclists Nov 2019 Redirect Page
N/A Berecki-Gisolf, J. et al. Evaluation of community coalition training effects on youth hospital-admitted injury incidence in Victoria, Australia: 2001–2017 Nov 2019 Redirect Page
N/A Al Nahyan, M. T., Sohal, A., Hawas, Y. & Fildes, B. Communication, coordination, decision-making and knowledge-sharing: a case study in construction management Nov 2019 Redirect Page
N/A Coxon, S. and Oxley, J. Strategies for Mitigating the Injury Risks of Using Motorised Mobility Scooters Nov 2019 Redirect Page
N/A Lintern, G., Boot, W. R. Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Oct 2019 Redirect Page
N/A Sullman, M. J. M., Stephens, A. N., Taylor, J. E Multigroup invariance of the DAS across a random and an internet-sourced sample Oct 2019 Redirect Page
N/A Sullman, M. J. M., Stephens, A. N. & Taylor, J. E. Dimensions of aberrant driving behaviour and their relation to crash involvement for drivers in New Zealand Oct 2019 Redirect Page