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A framework for the etiology of running‐related injuries
ML Bertelsen, A Hulme, J Petersen, RK Brund, H Sørensen, CF Finch, ...
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 27 (11), 1170-1180, 2017
2172017
From monocausality to systems thinking: a complementary and alternative conceptual approach for better understanding the development and prevention of sports injury
A Hulme, CF Finch
Injury epidemiology 2, 1-12, 2015
1302015
What do applications of systems thinking accident analysis methods tell us about accident causation? A systematic review of applications between 1990 and 2018
A Hulme, NA Stanton, GH Walker, P Waterson, PM Salmon
Safety science 117, 164-183, 2019
1242019
Risk and protective factors for middle-and long-distance running-related injury
A Hulme, RO Nielsen, T Timpka, E Verhagen, C Finch
Sports Medicine 47, 869-886, 2017
1242017
Training load and structure-specific load: applications for sport injury causality and data analyses
RO Nielsen, ML Bertelsen, M Møller, A Hulme, J Windt, E Verhagen, ...
British journal of sports medicine 52 (16), 1016-1017, 2018
762018
Towards a complex systems approach in sports injury research: simulating running-related injury development with agent-based modelling
A Hulme, J Thompson, RO Nielsen, GJM Read, PM Salmon
British journal of sports medicine 53 (9), 560-569, 2019
682019
The big picture on accident causation: A review, synthesis and meta-analysis of AcciMap studies
PM Salmon, A Hulme, GH Walker, P Waterson, E Berber, NA Stanton
Safety science 126, 104650, 2020
562020
Injury prevalence across sports: a descriptive analysis on a representative sample of the Danish population
AM Bueno, M Pilgaard, A Hulme, P Forsberg, D Ramskov, C Damsted, ...
Injury epidemiology 5 (1), 1-8, 2018
562018
Time-to-event analysis for sports injury research part 2: time-varying outcomes
RO Nielsen, ML Bertelsen, D Ramskov, M Møller, A Hulme, D Theisen, ...
British journal of sports medicine 53 (1), 70-78, 2019
482019
A systems approach to performance analysis in women’s netball: Using work domain analysis to model elite netball performance
S Mclean, A Hulme, M Mooney, GJM Read, A Bedford, PM Salmon
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 201, 2019
422019
Bad behaviour or societal failure? Perceptions of the factors contributing to drivers' engagement in the fatal five driving behaviours
PM Salmon, GJM Read, V Beanland, J Thompson, AJ Filtness, A Hulme, ...
Applied ergonomics 74, 162-171, 2019
422019
From control to causation: validating a ‘complex systems model’of running-related injury development and prevention
A Hulme, PM Salmon, RO Nielsen, GJM Read, CF Finch
Applied ergonomics 65, 345-354, 2017
392017
Time-to-event analysis for sports injury research part 1: time-varying exposures
RO Nielsen, ML Bertelsen, D Ramskov, M Møller, A Hulme, D Theisen, ...
British journal of sports medicine 53 (1), 61-68, 2019
372019
Applying systems ergonomics methods in sport: A systematic review
A Hulme, J Thompson, KL Plant, GJM Read, S Mclean, A Clacy, ...
Applied ergonomics 80, 214-225, 2019
352019
Closing Pandora's Box: adapting a systems ergonomics methodology for better understanding the ecological complexity underpinning the development and prevention of running …
A Hulme, PM Salmon, RO Nielsen, GJM Read, CF Finch
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 18 (4), 338-359, 2017
352017
Sports organizations as complex systems: Using cognitive work analysis to identify the factors influencing performance in an elite netball organization
A Hulme, S McLean, GJM Read, C Dallat, A Bedford, PM Salmon
Frontiers in Sports and Active Living 1, 56, 2019
302019
When is a study result important for athletes, clinicians and team coaches/staff?
RO Nielsen, ML Bertelsen, E Verhagen, MA Mansournia, A Hulme, ...
British Journal of Sports Medicine 51 (20), 1454-1455, 2017
282017
What factors influence risk at rail level crossings? A systematic review and synthesis of findings using systems thinking
GJM Read, JA Cox, A Hulme, A Naweed, PM Salmon
Safety science 138, 105207, 2021
252021
Radical systems thinking and the future role of computational modelling in ergonomics: an exploration of agent-based modelling
M Holman, G Walker, T Lansdown, A Hulme
Ergonomics 63 (8), 1057-1074, 2020
252020
Methodological issues in systems Human Factors and Ergonomics: Perspectives on the research–practice gap, reliability and validity, and prediction
PM Salmon, GJM Read, GH Walker, NJ Stevens, A Hulme, S McLean, ...
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing & Service Industries 32 (1), 6-19, 2022
222022
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