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The role of motorcyclist and other driver behaviour in two types of serious accident in the UK.
Motorcycle accidents have somewhat different characteristics from accidents involving other classes of road user. They include in particular 'right of way' accidents, and accidents involving loss ofExpand
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Increasing contraceptive use in rural Pakistan: an evaluation of the Lady Health Worker Programme.
Past efforts to promote family planning in Pakistan have been disappointing, but between 1990-91 and 2000-01 contraceptive use has more than doubled. This rise has coincided with a concerted effortExpand
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Killer crashes: fatal road traffic accidents in the UK.
Road traffic accidents are responsible for over 3000 deaths per year in the UK, according to Department for Transport (2004a) figures. Although progress is being made in a number of areas, vehicleExpand
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Work-related road traffic collisions in the UK.
Road traffic collisions while at work are the single largest cause of occupational fatality in the United Kingdom. Work-related road collisions do not comprise a homogenous group, but take manyExpand
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The Effect of HIV on the Estimation of Child Mortality Using the Children Surviving / Children Ever Born Technique
The children surviving/children ever born technique is an important method of estimating child mortality levels in many developing countries. The HIV epidemic threatens the validity of the techniqueExpand
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Voluntary risk taking and skill deficits in young driver accidents in the UK.
In absolute terms, young drivers have three to four times as many accidents per year as older drivers; and even allowing for their relative numbers in the population, their accident involvement isExpand
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Car drivers' attitudes towards motorcyclists: a survey.
Motorcyclists are over-represented in UK traffic accident statistics. Many car-motorcycle accidents are however due to the inappropriate actions of car drivers. It is predicted that car drivers atExpand
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Older drivers' road traffic crashes in the UK.
A sample of over 2000 crashes involving drivers aged 60 years or over was considered, from three UK midland police forces, from the years 1994-2007 inclusive. Each case was summarized on a databaseExpand
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Processes and countermeasures in overtaking road accidents
Of police road accident files describing overtaking accidents, 973 were sampled from the headquarters of Nottinghamshire Constabulary, UK for 1989–1993. Of particularly detailed cases, 410 wereExpand
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