In a recent email, the editor of Injury Prevention, Brian Johnston, announced that in recognition of the Journal’s 20th Anniversary a special online issue was available. This features “some of the best papers in global injury prevention” that ordinarily would have been presented at the Safety 2014: the World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety […]
Category: Reading List
Textbooks for Injury Prevention?
Like most disciplines, injury prevention has a small library of books devoted to the subject. I am interested in which of those books we use to teach injury epidemiology and injury prevention practice. Of course, there are a number of titles out there that appeal to a non-technical audience. David Hemenway’s While We Were Sleeping: Success […]
Best twitter feeds for injury prevention?
Those of you who have found and read our blog likely also know that Injury Prevention has a twitter feed. We use twitter to call attention to papers in the journal, to news from the BMJ Group of general interest to authors in biomedical fields and to interesting observations, events and data from the broader […]
What are the Injury Prevention classics?
What are the “must read” classic papers in the filed of injury prevention? To which papers to you find yourself turning most frequently or citing most heavily? Can you identify papers that were, methodologically groundbreaking or important in setting the paradigm of our field? […]