Cochrane review of cycling injuries

The Injuries Group at the University of Nottingham in association with London South Bank University is undertaking a National Institute for Health Research funded Cochrane Systematic review of cycling infrastructure for reducing injuries to cyclists with the following objectives:

1. evaluate the effects of different types of cycling infrastructure at reducing cycling injuries in cyclists by type of infrastructure
2. evaluate the effects of cycling infrastructure at reducing the severity of cycling injuries in cyclists
3. evaluate the effects of cycling infrastructure at reducing cycling injuries in cyclists with respect to age, sex and social group

We would be pleased to hear from anyone who would like to alert us to particular datasets, information, studies, websites or grey literature which they think may be of relevance or we may overlook. Please email Sherie Smith (Sherie.Smith@nottingham.ac.uk). The protocol for the study is available athttp://www.phr.nihr.ac.uk/funded_projects/11_3020_04.asp


John Parkin, Professor of Transport Enginering
Department of Urban Engineering,
Faculty of Engineering, Science and the Built Environment,
London South Bank University, 103 Borough Road, London, SE1 0AA
T: 020 7815 7160 M: 07848 029 902
Skype: john.parkin9 Twitter: @JohnParkin28
Web: www.lsbu.ac.uk

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