Michael Keall
Michael Keall
Professor of Public Health, University of Otago
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Effectiveness of low speed autonomous emergency braking in real-world rear-end crashes
B Fildes, M Keall, N Bos, A Lie, Y Page, C Pastor, L Pennisi, M Rizzi, ...
Accident Analysis & Prevention 81, 24-29, 2015
Increasing incidence of serious infectious diseases and inequalities in New Zealand: a national epidemiological study
MG Baker, LT Barnard, A Kvalsvig, A Verrall, J Zhang, M Keall, N Wilson, ...
The Lancet 379 (9821), 1112-1119, 2012
The influence of alcohol, age and number of passengers on the night-time risk of driver fatal injury in New Zealand
MD Keall, WJ Frith, TL Patterson
Accident Analysis & Prevention 36 (1), 49-61, 2004
Home modifications to reduce injuries from falls in the home injury prevention intervention (HIPI) study: a cluster-randomised controlled trial
MD Keall, N Pierse, P Howden-Chapman, C Cunningham, ...
The lancet 385 (9964), 231-238, 2015
Pedestrian exposure to risk of road accident in New Zealand
MD Keall
Accident Analysis & Prevention 27 (5), 729-740, 1995
Assessing housing quality and its impact on health, safety and sustainability
M Keall, MG Baker, P Howden-Chapman, M Cunningham, D Ormandy
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 64 (9), 765-771, 2010
Analysis of factors that increase motorcycle rider risk compared to car driver risk
MD Keall, S Newstead
Accident Analysis & Prevention 49, 23-29, 2012
The relative effectiveness of a hidden versus a visible speed camera programme
MD Keall, LJ Povey, WJ Frith
Accident Analysis & Prevention 33 (2), 277-284, 2001
Older driver crash rates in relation to type and quantity of travel
MD Keall, WJ Frith
Traffic Injury Prevention 5 (1), 26-36, 2004
A cost benefit analysis of an active travel intervention with health and carbon emission reduction benefits
R Chapman, M Keall, P Howden-Chapman, M Grams, K Witten, E Randal, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (5), 962, 2018
Effectiveness of a web-based intervention to encourage carpooling to work: A case study of Wellington, New Zealand
W Abrahamse, M Keall
Transport policy 21, 45-51, 2012
A measure for quantifying the impact of housing quality on respiratory health: a cross-sectional study
MD Keall, J Crane, MG Baker, K Wickens, P Howden-Chapman, ...
Environmental Health 11, 1-8, 2012
Association between the number of home injury hazards and home injury
MD Keall, M Baker, P Howden-Chapman, M Cunningham
Accident Analysis & Prevention 40 (3), 887-893, 2008
The contribution of alcohol to night time crash risk and other risks of night driving
MD Keall, WJ Frith, TL Patterson
Accident Analysis & Prevention 37 (5), 816-824, 2005
Home is where the heart is--most of the time
M Baker, M Keall, EL Au, P Howden-Chapman
The New Zealand Medical Journal (Online) 120 (1264), 2007
Increasing active travel: results of a quasi-experimental study of an intervention to encourage walking and cycling
M Keall, R Chapman, P Howden-Chapman, K Witten, W Abrahamse, ...
J Epidemiol Community Health 69 (12), 1184-1190, 2015
Damp mouldy housing and early childhood hospital admissions for acute respiratory infection: a case control study
T Ingham, M Keall, B Jones, DRT Aldridge, AC Dowell, C Davies, J Crane, ...
Thorax 74 (9), 849-857, 2019
Reductions in carbon dioxide emissions from an intervention to promote cycling and walking: A case study from New Zealand
MD Keall, C Shaw, R Chapman, P Howden-Chapman
Transportation research part D: Transport and environment 65, 687-696, 2018
The effect of increasing rural interstate speed limits in the United States
TL Patterson, WJ Frith, LJ Povey, MD Keall
Traffic Injury Prevention 3 (4), 316-320, 2002
Beyond the bicycle: Seeing the context of the gender gap in cycling
C Shaw, M Russell, M Keall, S MacBride-Stewart, K Wild, D Reeves, ...
Journal of Transport & Health 18, 100871, 2020
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