Monday, October 23, 2017

Chapters in text books

Chapters in text books     

 

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Chamania S and Gururaj G. Epidemiological Characteristics of Burns Injuries in India (Chapter in a book – Inprint – (Ed) Keswan S, 2016

2.   

 

Bhachani A G,Peden M,Gururaj G, Norton R, and Hyder AA.Road Traffic Injury.Disease Control priorities 3(In Print).

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Kobusinghye O,Gururaj G and Ricardo M. The capacity building imperative:building the next generation of road safety professionals in the developing world.(In print).

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Gururaj G. Road traffic deaths, injuries and disabilities in India : Public Health Burden and impact. In: Ashok Kumar Das (ed). Noncommunicable Diseases in India-Burden and prevention. Mumbai: Association of Physicians of India;2013:208 – 218. ISBN No. 978 – 1 – 62154-618-4

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Prusty K,  Gururaj G  and Dey S. Neurotrauma - An emerging epidemic in Low and Middle Income Countries. In:Cristina Morganti-Kossman, Ramesh raghupathi and Andrew Mass (eds).Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury – Challenges and developments. London: Cambridge University Press; 2012: 17 – 29.

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Gururaj G. Suicide in India. In: Shrivastava A, Kimbell M and Lester D (eds).Suicide from a global perspective: Psychosocial approaches. New York: Nova Science; 2012:181 – 194. ISBN : 978 -1-61470-983-1.

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Mcmohan K, Gururaj G and Stevenson M. Road traffic Injuries. In : Peden M , Oyebgite K , Smith  OJ et al . World Report on Child Injury Prevention. Geneva : World Health organization and UNICEF; 2008:p31-58.

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Gururaj G. Alcohol and Road traffic Injuries in South Asia : challenges for prevention. In : Ranade PS(ed).Road safety management – Issues and Perspectives. Icfai University Press; 2006:40 – 56.

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Norton R, Hyder A and Gururaj G: Injuries - An international Perspective. In: Merson MH, Black RE and Mills AG(eds). International Public Health: Disease, Program, Systems and Policies. 2nd ed. Boston: Jones and Bartlett; 2006.

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Gururaj G. Injuries in India: A national perspective. In: Burden of Disease in India:Equitable development - Healthy future. New Delhi: National Commission on Macroeconomics and Health, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare; 2005:325 - 350. 

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Benegal V, Nayak M, Murthy V, Chandra P, Gururaj G.  Women and alcohol in India.  In: Obot T and Room R (eds). Alcohol : Gender and drinking problems -  Perspectives from Low and Middle Income Countries. Geneva: World Health Organization;2005.p89-124.

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Gururaj G. Epidemiological Dimensions of Injuries. In: Venkataramana NK and Parameshwara G (eds).Advanced Trauma Care Manual - Management Guidelines for Peripheral Centres. Bangalore: Comprehensive Trauma Consortium; 2001.

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Gururaj G: Behaviour and Road Safety: A multidimensional issue - Implications for road safety programmes in developing countries: In: Holst HV, Nygren A and Anderson AE (eds). Transportation, Health and Traffic Safety: Traffic Safety and Health - Human Behaviour. New York: SpringerVerlog ; 2000:327-349.

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Gururaj G, Gourie-Devi M, Taly AB, and Satishchandra P: Epidemiology of neurological disabilities - Indian scenario: Implications for rehabilitation policies & programmes. In: Taly AB, Nair SK and Murali T(Eds) Neurorehabilitation - Principles and practice.) Bangalore: National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences;1998.p 1-36.

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Gururaj G: Injuries ‑ A major hazard to health. In: Francis C M (ed). State of People’s Health inKarnataka.Bangalore: Voluntary Health Association of Karnataka; 1997. p139‑149.

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Chiu WT, Laport RE, Gururaj G et al. Head injury in developing countries. In: Narayan RK, Wilberger JE and Povlishack JT(eds).Neurotrauma. New York: McGraw‑ Hill; 1995.p 905‑911.

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Gururaj G, Das BS, Channabasavanna SM and Kaliaperumal VG. A descriptive epidemiological study of head injuries in Bangalore. CONTRIBUTING PAPER In: Proceedings of the first International Symposium of the epidemiology of Head and Spinal cord injury. December, 1993‑94.