Peer Reviewed Publications: Injury Prevention Research

  1. Pant PR, Dahal S, Joshi SK, Mytton J. Engaging Nepali journalists in good road safety reporting: evaluation of the impact of training workshops. [Under review, SAGE Open]
  2. Paudyal A, Dhimal M, Bista B, Dahal S, Pant PR, Gyawali P. Prevalence and factors associated with injuries in Nepal: A secondary analysis of nationally representative cross-sectional STEPS survey, 2019. BMJ Open 12 (8), e060561.
  3. Pant PR, Rana P, Pradhan K, Joshi SK, Mytton J. (2022). Identifying research priorities for road safety in Nepal: a Delphi study. BMJ open, 12(4), e059312.
  4. Siebert FW, Hellmann L, Pant PR, Lind H, Trimpop R. Disparity of motorcycle helmet use in Nepal – Weak law enforcement or riders' reluctance? Transport Research Part F: Psychology and Behaviour. Vol79, 2021: 72-83
  5. Banstola A, Smart G, Raut R, Ghimire KP, Pant PR, Joshi P, Joshi SK, Mytton J. State of Post-injury First Response Systems in Nepal—A Nationwide Survey. Frontiers in Public Health. 2021 Apr 20;9:407.
  6. Pant PR, Mytton J, Dharel MR, Dangi A, … Joshi SK. The prevention of–and first response to–injuries in Nepal: a review of policies and legislation. BMC Health Research Policy and Systems. 2021 Dec;19(1):1-20.
  7. Sedain B, Pant PR (2020) Road traffic injuries in Nepal during COVID-19 lockdown. F1000Research 4, 1209
  8. Pant PR, Deave T, Banstola A, Bhatta S, Joshi E, Adhikari D, Manandhar SR, Joshi SK, Mytton JA (2020) Home and work-related injuries in Makwanpur district, Nepal: A household survey. BMJ Injury Prevention
  9. Pant PR, Banstola A, Bhatta S, Mytton JA, ….., James SL (2020) Burden of injuries in Nepal, 1990–2017: findings from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017. BMJ Injury prevention. doi: 10.1136/injuryprev-2019-043309
  10. Mytton JA, Bhatta S, Thorne M, Pant PR (2019) Understanding the burden of injuries in Nepal: A systematic review of published studies. Cogent Medicine 6 (1), 1673654
  11. Sathian B, Pant PR, Teijlingen Evan, Banerjee I, Roy B (2018) Need for improving the health system preparedness for road traffic injuries in Nepal. Nepal Journal of Epidemiology 8 (3), 735
  12. Sedain B and Pant PR (2018) Status of drowning in Nepal: A study of central police data. F1000Research; 7 p 576
  13. Joshi S K, Pant PR, Banstola A, Bhatta S and Mytton J (2017) Injuries in Nepal - A neglected public health burden and ways forward. Kathmandu University Medical Journal; 15 (4) pp 269-270
  14. Pant, PR (2017). Occupational risk factors as causes of deaths among economically active population in Nepal. International Journal of Occupational Safety and Health, Vol. 7 No. 2 (2017),1-2.
  15. Mytton J and Pant P (2016). 839 Fire safety education for children and young people; a study of current UK practice. Injury Prevention. 22:A299-A300 (Abstract only)
  16. Joshi S K and Pant PR (2016) Childhood injury prevention in post-epidemiological transition in Nepal [Editorial]. Kathmandu University Medical Journal; 14(53):1-2(2016)
  17. Bhatta S, Pant PR and Mytton J (2016) Usefulness of hospital emergency department records to explore access to injury care in Nepal. International Journal of Emergency Medicine; 9(21)
  18. Pant PR, Towner E, Ellis M, Manandhar D, Pilkington P and Mytton J. (2015) Epidemiology of unintentional child injuries in the Makwanpur district of Nepal: A household survey. Int'l Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12 (12). pp. 15118-15128. 
  19. Pant PR, Budhathoki B, Ellis M, Manandhar D, Deave T and Mytton J (2015) The feasibility of community mobilisation for child injury prevention in rural Nepal: A programme for female community health volunteers. BMC Public Health; 15 (430).
  20. Pant PR, Towner E, Pilkington P and Ellis M (2015) Epidemiology of unintentional child injuries in the South-East Asia region: A systematic review. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion; 22 (1). pp. 24-32. [Online version published in 2013].
  21. Pant PR, Towner E, Pilkington P, Ellis M and Manandhar D (2014) Community perceptions of unintentional child injuries in Makwanpur district of Nepal: A qualitative study. BMC Public Health; 14. p. 476.