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Nicola Christie
Nicola Christie
Professor, UCL
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The health and safety risks for people who drive for work in the gig economy
N Christie, H Ward
Journal of Transport & Health 13, 115-127, 2019
1392019
Transport and poverty: a review of the evidence
H Titheridge, RL Mackett, N Christie, D Oviedo Hernández, R Ye
UCL Transport Institute, University College London, 2014
1202014
Measuring the population burden of injuries—implications for global and national estimates: a multi-centre prospective UK longitudinal study
RA Lyons, D Kendrick, EM Towner, N Christie, S Macey, C Coupland, ...
PLoS medicine 8 (12), e1001140, 2011
1182011
The impact of psychological factors on recovery from injury: a multicentre cohort study
B Kellezi, C Coupland, R Morriss, K Beckett, S Joseph, J Barnes, ...
Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology 52, 855-866, 2017
1042017
Improved methods for fire risk assessment in low-income and informal settlements
J Twigg, N Christie, J Haworth, E Osuteye, A Skarlatidou
International journal of environmental research and public health 14 (2), 139, 2017
902017
Improving recovery—Learning from patients’ experiences after injury: A qualitative study
J Sleney, N Christie, S Earthy, RA Lyons, D Kendrick, E Towner
Injury 45 (1), 312-319, 2014
872014
Patient perspectives of care in a regionalised trauma system: lessons from the Victorian State Trauma System
BJ Gabbe, JS Sleney, CM Gosling, K Wilson, MJ Hart, AM Sutherland, ...
Medical Journal of Australia 198 (3), 149-152, 2013
842013
The high risk child pedestrian: socio-economic and environmental factors in their accidents
N Christie
TRL Project Report, 1995
801995
Patient-identified information and communication needs in the context of major trauma
S Braaf, S Ameratunga, A Nunn, N Christie, W Teague, R Judson, ...
BMC health services research 18, 1-13, 2018
712018
Getting back to work after injury: the UK Burden of Injury multicentre longitudinal study
D Kendrick, Y Vinogradova, C Coupland, N Christie, RA Lyons, ...
BMC public health 12, 1-15, 2012
652012
Variational-LSTM autoencoder to forecast the spread of coronavirus across the globe
MR Ibrahim, J Haworth, A Lipani, N Aslam, T Cheng, N Christie
PloS one 16 (1), e0246120, 2021
632021
The symbolism of ‘eco cars’ across national cultures: Potential implications for policy formulation and transfer
DP Ashmore, D Pojani, R Thoreau, N Christie, NA Tyler
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 63, 560-575, 2018
622018
'Pedestrian falls’ as necessary addition to the current definition of traffic crashes for improved public health policies
R Methorst, P Schepers, N Christie, M Dijst, R Risser, D Sauter, ...
Journal of Transport & Health 6, 10-12, 2017
592017
Children aged 9–14 living in disadvantaged areas in England: Opportunities and barriers for cycling
N Christie, R Kimberlee, E Towner, S Rodgers, H Ward, J Sleney, ...
Journal of transport geography 19 (4), 943-949, 2011
582011
Airborne biological hazards and urban transport infrastructure: current challenges and future directions
ZA Nasir, LC Campos, N Christie, I Colbeck
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 23, 15757-15766, 2016
572016
Financial and employment impacts of serious injury: a qualitative study
BJ Gabbe, JS Sleney, CM Gosling, K Wilson, A Sutherland, M Hart, ...
Injury 45 (9), 1445-1451, 2014
572014
Understanding high traffic injury risks for children in low socioeconomic areas: a qualitative study of parents’ views
N Christie, H Ward, R Kimberlee, E Towner, J Sleney
Injury Prevention 13 (6), 394-397, 2007
542007
Psychological morbidity and return to work after injury: multicentre cohort study
D Kendrick, P Dhiman, B Kellezi, C Coupland, J Whitehead, K Beckett, ...
British journal of general practice 67 (661), e555-e564, 2017
492017
Seeking support after hospitalisation for injury: a nested qualitative study of the role of primary care
N Christie, K Beckett, S Earthy, B Kellezi, J Sleney, J Barnes, T Jones, ...
British Journal of General Practice 66 (642), e24-e31, 2016
492016
How exposure information can enhance our understanding of child traffic “death leagues”
N Christie, S Cairns, E Towner, H Ward
Injury Prevention 13 (2), 125-129, 2007
492007
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