Sunday, March 26, 2017

Publications

                                                                                            International Journals

1.ShirinWadhwaniya, David Meddings, GopalkrishnaGururaj, Joan Ozanne-Smith, ShanthiAmeratunga& Adnan A. Hyder (2015): E-mentoring for violence and injury prevention: Early lessons from a global programme, Global Public Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice, DOI: 10.1080/17441692.2014.1001766.
        
2.Gururaj G, Uttkarsh P S, Rao G N, Jayaram A N, and Panduranganath V.  Burden, pattern, and outcomes of Road Traffic injuries in a rural district of India.  International Journal of Injury control and safety promotion. August 11, 2014; 1-8. PMID : 25109622
       
3.Gururaj G, Growing burden and impact of Road crashes in India: Need for a safe systems approach. International Journal of Vehicle Safety.2014;7(3/4): 282-295.       
4.Pallavisarji U, Gururaj G, Girish RN. Practice and perception of first aid among lay first responders in a southern district of India. Archives of Trauma Research. 2013;1(4):155-60.
         
5.Tetali S, Lakshmi JK, Gupta S, Gururaj G , Wadhwaniya S, Hyder AA. Qualitative study to explore stakeholder perceptions related to road safety in Hyderabad, India. Injury. 2013;44 (Suppl 4):S17-23.      
 
6.Road Traffic injury Research Network Multicenter study collaborators. Ackaah W, Afukar F, Agyemang W, Anh TT, A Hejar, Gururaj G, et al . The use of nonstandard motorcycle helmets in Low & Middle Income Countries: A multicenter study. Injury Prevention.2012; 19:159-163.     
 
7.Patel V, Ramasundarahettige C, Vijayakumar L, Thakur JS, Gajalakshmi V, Gururaj G, Suraweera W, Jha P for the Million Death study collaborators. Suicide Mortality in India: A nationally representative survey. Lancet.2012; 379: 2343 – 51.     
 
8.Shailaja T, Lakshmi J, Shivam G, Gururaj G. Collecting road traffic injury data: Barriers and enablers experienced by research personnel. Injury Prevention. 2012; 18(Suppl 1): A 242.
       
9.Barfour M, Gupta S, Gururaj G and Hyder AA. Evidence based road safety practice in India. Assessment of the adequacy of publicly available data in meeting requirements for comprehensive road safety data systems. Traffic Injury Prevention. 2012;13: 17 – 23.     
 
10.Jagnoor J, Bassani  DG, Keay L,  Ivers RQ, Thakur JS, Gururaj G, Jha P;  Million Death Study Collaborators. Unintentional injury deaths among children younger than five years of age in India: A nationally representative population based study. Injury Prevention. 2011;17(3):151-5.   
   
11.Jagnoor J, Suraweera W, Keay L, Ivers R, Thakur J S, Gururaj G, and Jha P. Childhood and adult mortality from unintentional falls in India. Bulletin of World Health Organization. 2011; 89 (10): 733 – 740.
   
12.Patel V, Chatterji S, Chisholm D, Mathers C, Gururaj G, Shah E, Ravindran RD, Mohan V, Prabhakaran  D and Reddy S. Chronic diseases and injuries in India:The emerging priority public health agenda.Lancet.2011;377(9763):413-28.   
   
13.Reddy KS, Patel V, Jha P, Paul VK, Kumar AK, Dandona L; Lancet India Group for Universal Healthcare. Towards achievement of universal health care in India by 2020: a call to action. Lancet. 2011; 377(9767):760-8. 
       
14.Kavitha R, Girish N and Gururaj G.  Burden, Characteristics and outcome of injury among Women :Obseravtions from Bangalore, India. Womens Health Issues.2011;21(4):320-6.   
   
15.Hyder AA, Wunderlich CA, Puvanachandra P, Gururaj G, Kobusingye OC The impact of traumatic brain injuries: a global perspective. NeuroRehabilitation. 2007;22(5):341-53.
       
16.Gururaj G. Alcohol and road traffic injuries in South Asia: Challenges for prevention. Journal of College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan.2004; 14(2): 713-718.     

17.Gururaj G, Das BS, Channabasavanna SM. The effect of Alcohol on Incidence, Severity and Outcome from Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of Indian Medical Association. 2004 ;102 (03): 157-63.   
   
18.Gururaj G, Isaac MK, Subbakrishna DK and Ranjani R. Case Control Study of completed suicides in Bangalore, India. Injury Control and Safety Promotion, 2004; 11(3): 193-200.   
 
19.Gururaj G. Epidemiology of Traumatic Brain Injuries: Indian Scenario, Neurological Research.2002; 24: 1-5.    
 
20.Gururaj G, Corinne Peek-Asa, Kraus JF. Epidemiologic features of facial injuries among motorcyclists. Ann Emerg Med. Oct 1998;32:425-30.    
 
21.Chaturvedi S K, Chandra P S, Gururaj G, Pandian R D and Beena M B. Suicidal ideas during pre-menstural phase. Journal of Affective Disorders. 1995;34: 193 199.  

22.Channabasavanna SM, Gururaj G, Das BS. Prevention of Head Injuries   Educational approaches. Health Education in South East Asia.1993; 8(4): 5 18.  

National Journals

1.Sunitha S and Gururaj G.  Health behaviours and problems among young people in India: Cause for concern and call for action.  Indian journal of Medical Research, 140, August 2014, 80-103.
         
2.Gururaj G. Injury prevention and Care: An important public health agenda for health, survival and safety of children.  Indian Journal of Pediatrics.2013; 80(1):100-108.     
 
3.Menon G R, Gururaj G, Tambe M P and Shah B . A multisectoral approach to capture information on Road Traffic Injuries. Indian J of Community Medicine. 2010 April – June; 35 (2): 305 – 310.     
 
4.Shah B, Menon GR, Gururaj G&Tambe M. Development of a feasibility module for Road Traffic Injury Surveillance ICMR Bulletin. 2009 Oct – Dec ;39 (10-12):41-47     
 
5.Gururaj G. Road traffic Injuries. Incidence and care. Emergency Medical Service India. 2008; Issue 6: 2-5. www.emsindia.in/download_mag.php?
       
6.Gururaj G. Road traffic deaths, injuries and disabilities in India: Current Scenario. National Medical Journal of India. 2008;21(1):14-20.     
 
7.Gururaj G, Das BS, Channabasavanna SM. The effect of Alcohol on Incidence, Severity and Outcome from Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of Indian Medical Association. 2004 March;  102 (03): 157-63.
       
8.Gururaj G, Channabasavanna SM, Das BS and Kaliaperumal VG. Epidemiology of Traumatic Head injuries in Bangalore, India
       
9.Gururaj G and Sastry KVR. Problems and determinants of traumatic brain injuries in India. NIMHANS Journal, 1999;17(4): 407-422.     
 
10.Gururaj G, Das BS, Kaliaperumal V G .The status and impact of prehospital care on outcome and survival of head injured persons in Bangalore. Journal of Academy of Hospital Administration. 1999;11(1):7-8.
       
11.Gururaj G. Drinking and Driving: A deadly mix. Deaddiction Quarterly. 1999; 3(4): 6.
       
12.Gururaj G: Need and scope of rehabilitation services for traumatic brain injury survivors. ACTIONAID Disability News. 1998, Jan; 9(1): 27-31.
       
13.Gururaj G. Motorcycle helmets in Bangalore. HEADLINES. 1995;4(4): 2.   
   
14.Gururaj G. An Epidemiological approach to Prevention, Prehospi-tal care and Rehabilitation in Neurotrauma. Neurology India. 1995; 43(3): 95 106.
        
15.Channabasavanna S M, Gururaj G. Head injuries and helmets. Implications for policies in developing countries. Journal of police research and development. 1994 Jan – Mar;19 24.
       
16.Gururaj G. Injury Prevention: Strategies and future prospects in India. SWASTH HIND. 1994; 38(2): 51 54.