Sharon Newnam
Sharon Newnam
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Effectiveness of workplace interventions in return-to-work for musculoskeletal, pain-related and mental health conditions: an update of the evidence and messages for practitioners
KL Cullen, E Irvin, A Collie, F Clay, U Gensby, PA Jennings, ...
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 28 (1), 1-15, 2018
Factors predicting intentions to speed in a work and personal vehicle
S Newnam, B Watson, W Murray
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 7 (4-5 …, 2004
Safety in work vehicles: a multilevel study linking safety values and individual predictors to work-related driving crashes.
S Newnam, MA Griffin, C Mason
Journal of Applied Psychology 93 (3), 632, 2008
Do not blame the driver: A systems analysis of the causes of road freight crashes
S Newnam, N Goode
Accident Analysis & Prevention 76, 141-151, 2015
Evaluating and improving fleet safety in Australia
W Murray, S Newnam, BC Watson, JD Davey, CC Schonfeld
Australian Transport Safety Bureau, 2003
Even highly experienced drivers benefit from a brief hazard perception training intervention
MS Horswill, K Taylor, S Newnam, M Wetton, A Hill
Accident Analysis & Prevention 52, 100-110, 2013
A comparison of the factors influencing the safety of work-related drivers in work and personal vehicles
S Newnam, B Watson, W Murray
Research, Policing and Education, 179-186, 2002
Work-related driving safety in light vehicle fleets: A review of past research and the development of an intervention framework
S Newnam, B Watson
Safety science 49 (3), 369-381, 2011
Occupational driver safety: Conceptualising a leadership-based intervention to improve safe driving performance
S Newnam, I Lewis, B Watson
Accident Analysis & Prevention 45, 29-38, 2012
Reforming the road freight transportation system using systems thinking: An investigation of Coronial inquests in Australia
S Newnam, N Goode, P Salmon, M Stevenson
Accident Analysis & Prevention 101, 28-36, 2017
Exploring differences in driving behaviour across age and years of education of taxi drivers in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
S Newnam, WG Mamo, GS Tulu
Safety Science 68, 1-5, 2014
Recovery from musculoskeletal injury: the role of social support following a transport accident
KH Prang, J Berecki-Gisolf, S Newnam
Health and quality of life outcomes 13 (1), 1-17, 2015
Modifying behaviour to reduce over-speeding in work-related drivers: An objective approach
S Newnam, I Lewis, A Warmerdam
Accident Analysis & Prevention 64, 23-29, 2014
Evaluating the effectiveness of workplace interventions in improving safety culture: A systematic review
M Aburumman, S Newnam, B Fildes
Safety science 115, 376-392, 2019
Safety in occupational driving: Development of a driver behavior scale for the workplace context
S Newnam, J Greenslade, C Newton, B Watson
Applied Psychology 60 (4), 576-599, 2011
A program in safety management for the occupational driver: Conceptual development and implementation case study
S Newnam, J Oxley
Safety science 84, 238-244, 2016
Identifying an appropriate driving behaviour scale for the occupational driving context: The DBQ vs. the ODBQ
S Newnam, C VonSchuckmann
Safety science 50 (5), 1268-1274, 2012
What do practitioners think? A qualitative study of a shared care mental health and nutrition primary care program
J Paquette-Warren, E Vingilis, J Greenslade, S Newnam
International Journal of Integrated Care 6, 2006
Using psychological frameworks to inform the evaluation of fleet safety initiatives
S Newnam, R Tay, C Mason
Safety science 44 (9), 809-820, 2006
A model for exploring the relationship between payment structures, fatigue, crash risk, and regulatory response in a heavy-vehicle transport system
J Thompson, S Newnam, M Stevenson
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 82, 204-215, 2015
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