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. 2023. 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.