Adam Hulme
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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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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