Dr Jake Olivier is Professor in Statistics at The University of New South Wales in Sydney. His main application area is statistical methods for analyzing injury and road safety data. The purpose of this blog is to highlight and discuss research in this area for a general audience.

Website: http://maths.unsw.edu.au/~jakeolivier/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/JakeBiostats


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  1. Hi there, I received a pingback in my blog’s comments in connection with a blog: Helmet law leads to drop in bike-related injuries. I am very interested in your research and what you have to say. Would you be interested in writing a point-by-point easy-to-understand blog about cycle helmet wearing for my website? email me at fionaoutdoors@gmail.com

  2. Hi Fiona,

    Thanks for your email. Unfortunately, I don’t have much time to put something like that together. It does seem like a good idea though. If I do put something together in the future, I’d probably post it to my blog, but you’d be welcome to repost it to yours.

    One problem with such a post is length and ease of understanding. Last year I wrote a peer-reviewed conference paper to address some of the issues usually presented by anti-helmet advocates. It quickly ballooned into 20 pages and I didn’t address each issue in much depth.

    I’ve co-authored several peer-reviewed papers on cycling safety (mostly about helmets, but not all) and you can access them at the links below (most are not behind a pay wall).


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