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WHO Collaborating Centre for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion

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  1. Gururaj G. Road Traffic Deaths, Injuries and Disabilities in India : Challenges and opportunities for prevention in India. (submitted). [Full-Text/ PDF]
  2. Gururaj G. Road traffic Injury Prevention In India. NIMHANS Publication no. 56. National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro sciences, Bangalore, 2006. [Full-Text/ PDF]
  3. Gururaj G. Injuries in India: A national perspective. In: Burden of Disease in India; Equitable development - Healthy future. National Commission on Macroeconomics and Health. Ministry of health and family welfare, Government of India. New Delhi, 2005, 325 - 350. [Full-Text/ PDF]
  4. Gururaj G: Injuries - A major hazard to health. In: State of People's Health in Karnataka (Eds.) Francis C M Voluntary Health Association of Karnataka, 1997, 139-149.
  5. Gururaj G: Road safety in India: Role of community health professionals and institutions.Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference of Indian association of preventive and social medicine, Chandigarh, Jan 2005.
  6. Gururaj G. Developing Safe Communities in South East Asian Countries: Challenges and Opportunities. In: Proceedings of the Second Asian Conference on Safe Communities, Dhaka, 2004.
  7. Gururaj G. Alcohol, injuries & burden on developing societies In: Cost of poor health habits. Proceedings of the public health symposium. Institute of health systems, Hyderabad, 2003, 26-32.
  8. Gururaj G. Study of mortality patterns & risk factors in community based survey - Results of a pilot study in Bangalore. In: Report of the All India Workshop on Civil registration and causes of death, Registrar General of India, New Delhi, 2001, 167-173.
  9. Gururaj G. Towards helmet legislation and implementation in Karnataka, India. National Institute of mental health and Neuro sciences in India, NIMHANS Publication no. 2005. [Full-Text/ PDF]
  10. Norton R, Hyder A & Gururaj G: Injuries - An international Perspective. In: International Public Health: Disease, Program, Systems and Policies. (eds) Merson MH, Black RE and Mills AG. Second Edition. Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Boston, 2006.
  11. Hyder A, Wunderlich CA, Purnachandra P, Gururaj G and Kobusinge O: Traumatic Brain Injuries A Global Perspective (submitted).
  12. Gururaj G: Final report of the project "Profile and Characteristics of violence prevention programmes in Bangalore city", World Health Organization, Geneva, October 2005.
  13. Gururaj G, Kolluri S, Chandramouli BA, Subbakrishna DK and Kraus JF. Traumatic Brain Injury. National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences, Publication No. 61, 2005. [Full-Text/ PDF]
  14. Gururaj G. Alcohol and road traffic injuries in South Asia: Challenges for prevention. Journal of College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan, 14(2), 2004, 713-718. [Full-Text/ PDF]
  15. Gururaj G, Das BS, Channabasavanna SM. The effect of Alcohol on Incidence, Severity and Outcome from Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of Indian Medical Association, 102 (03), March 2004, 157-63.
  16. Aeron Thomas A, Jacobs GD, Sexton B, Gururaj G and Rahman F. The involvement and impact of road crashes on the poor - India and Bangladesh case studies. Transport Research Laboratory, PR/INT/275/2004. [ full-text link ]
  17. Gururaj G et al. Injuries in South East Asia: Cause for concern and call for action. Report submitted to Division of Injury and Disability Prevention, Word Health Organization, South East Asia Regional Office, 2004.
  18. Report of the expert medical group on emergency medical services for trauma victims in India. National Human Rights Commission, Government of India, 2003.
  19. Gururaj G. Injury Prevention and Control in South East Asia - Seeking the right solutions, WHO - SEARO, 2001.
  20. Davis A, Quinbly A, Odero W, Gururaj G and Hijar M. Improving Road Safety by reducing impaired driving in developing countries: A scoping study (Unpublished document PR/INT/724/03).
  21. Gururaj G and Benegal V. Final Report of the project "Drinking and Driving under the Influence of Alcohol" in Bangalore, 2003.
  22. Gururaj G, Channabasavanna SM, Das BS and Kaliaperumal VG. Epidemiology of traumatic head injuries in Bangalore, India (Submitted).
  23. Report of the working group on prevention of road accidents and injuries. Planning Commission, Government of India, 2002.
  24. Gururaj G. Strategic plan for injury prevention & control in South East Asia. World Health Organization. Regional office for South East Asia, 2002.
  25. Gururaj G. Epidemiology of Traumatic Brain Injuries: Indian Scenario, Neurological Research, 24, 1-5, 2002. [Full-Text/ PDF]
  26. Gururaj G. Burden and Impact of Injuries in South East Asia, WHO-SEARO, 2001.
  27. World health organization. Injury surveillance Guidelines (eds) Holder Y, Peden M, Krug E, Lund J , Gururaj G and Kobusingye O. 2001.
  28. Gururaj G. Epidemiological Dimensions of Injuries. In: Advanced Trauma Care Manual - Management Guidelines for Peripheral Centres (eds.) Venkataramana NK and Parameshwara G, Comprehensive Trauma Consortium, 2001.
  29. Gururaj G: Behaviour and Road Safety: A multidimensional issue - Implications for road safety programmes in developing countries: In: Transportation, Health & Traffic Safety). Traffic Safety and Health - Human Behaviour (eds) Holst HV, Nygren A and Anderson AE, Springer Verlog publishers, New York 2000, 327-349.
  30. Gururaj G. Training Manual for the Project - Neurotrauma Registry in NIMHANS, 2000.
  31. Sastry KVR, Gururaj G and Chandramouli BA: Bangalore Agenda on Road Safety, NIMHANS, April 23-24, 1999.
  32. Gururaj G: Preventing Neurotrauma - An agenda for action. Report submitted to World Health Organization, Geneva, August, 1999.
  33. Gururaj G and Sastry KVR: Problems and determinants of traumatic brain injuries in India. NIMHANS Journal, 17(4), 1999, 407-422. [Full-Text/ PDF]
  34. Gururaj G, Das BS, Kaliaperumal VG - The status and impact of prehospital care on outcome and survival of head injured persons in Bangalore. Journal of Academy of Hosp. Adm., 11(1), 1999, 7-8.
  35. Gururaj G, Sateesh VL - Assessment of facilities at casusalty and emergency services in hospitals at Bangalore. Journal of Academy of Hosp. Adm., 11(1), 1999, 9-10.
  36. World Health Organization. International Classification for External Causes of Injuries (ICECI). Guidelines for counting and classifying external causes of injuries for prevention and control. Report developed by the working group, 1998.
  37. Tekur SP and Gururaj G: Emergency and posttrauma care services. In: Proceedings of the seminar on road safety and traffic scenario - Meeting the new challenges. July, 98, 25-29.
  38. Gururaj G, Peek Asa C, Kraus JF: Epidemiologic features of facial injuries among motorcyclists. Annals of Emergency Medicine 32: 4, 1998, 425-430. [Full-Text/ PDF]
  39. Gururaj G: Need and scope of rehabilitation services for traumatic brain injury survivors. ACTIONAID Disability News, 9(1), Jan, 1998, 27-31.
  40. Gururaj G: Health consequences and socioeconomic impact of traumatic brain injury. In: Proceedings of the International conference on measuring the burden of injury, Fremantle, 1998, 141-145.
  41. Gururaj G and Tekur SP: Road traffic injuries - An emerging public health problem in Bangalore: Need for an intersectoral approach and people's participation. In: Proceedings of the seminar on road safety and traffic scenario - Meeting the new challenges. July, 98, 8-13.
  42. Gururaj G: Motorcycle helmets in Bangalore, HEADLINES, 4(4), 1995, 2.
  43. Gururaj G: An Epidemiological approach to Prevention, Prehospital care and Rehabilitation in Neurotrauma, Neurology India, 43(3), 1995, 95-106.
  44. Chiu WT, Laport RE, Gururaj G et al. Head injury in developing countries. In: Neurotrauma (Eds.) Narayan RK, Wilberger JE and Povlishrack JT: McGraw- Hill, New York, 1995, 1995, 905-911.
  45. Gururaj G: Injuries among motor vehicle occupants and safety issues, In: Proceedings of the seminar on traffic management, October, 1995.
  46. Romer C, Von Holst H, Gururaj G, Kraus J, Nell V, Thurman D et al . Prevention, critical care and rehabilitation of neurotrauma : Perspectives and Future strategies. Stockholm . World Health Organization Collaborating centres for neurotrauma, 1995.
  47. "Creating safe communities with special reference to vulnerable groups". Joint report developed as part of World Health Organization travel seminar on injury prevention and control (Report published by WHO collaborating centre on Safe community promotion, Karolinska Institute, Sweden) - 1995.
  48. Gururaj G: "Efficacy, Effectiveness and Role of Helmet Legislation in preventing traumatic brain injury in Karnataka". Report submitted for the technical advisory committee of Government of Karnataka - 1995.
  49. Channabasavanna SM, Gururaj G. Head injuries and helmets. Implications for policies in developing countries. Journal of police research and development, Jan - March, 1994, 19-24.
  50. Gururaj G. Injury Prevention: Strategies and future prospects in India, SWASTH HIND, 38(2), 1994, 51-54.

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