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Dr Himalaya Singh

Himalaya Singh

Alumnus

Himalaya completed a PhD at Federation University Australia in 2018. His research explores the application of spatial methods in sports injury epidemiological studies. Himalaya received the Best Rapid Oral (Student) award at the 13th Australasian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference.


A geospatial analysis of sport/leisure injuries of Victoria, Australia
Spatial Epidemiological Investigation of Sport and Leisure Injuries in Victoria, Australia

Sport and leisure injuries are recognised as a public health issue in Australia. To keep Australia active there is a critical need to prevent injury occurrence.

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Qualifications
  • 2013 - Masters of Geographic Information Technology, The University of Melbourne
  • 2009 - Masters of Information Technology, University of Southern Queensland
  • 2005 - Bachelor of Computer Engineering, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
Awards
  • Best Rapid Oral (Student): Where do sport and leisure injury prevention efforts need to be targeted?13th Australasian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference, 2017.
  • Conference presentations

    Singh, H. (2017, November). Where do sport and leisure injury prevention efforts need to be targeted? Paper presented at the Australasian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference, Ballarat, Australia.

    Singh, H. (2016, September). Application of spatial epidemiological approaches to injury research: A systemic review. Paper presented at the Safety Conference, Tampere, Finland.

    Singh, H. (2016, September). Geographical variation of sports and leisure injury hospitalisation data of Victoria, Australia. Paper presented at the Safety Conference, Tampere, Finland.

    Singh, H. (2015, November). Applications of geospatial methods in injury and trauma data analysis: A systematic review. Paper presented at the Australasian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference, Sydney, Australia.

    Singh, H. (2015, June). Spatial epidemiology: A new approach for understanding and preventing sport injuries. Paper presented at the ACRISP Research Retreat and Conference, Hepburn Springs, Australia.

    Singh, H. (2014, November). Spatial epidemiology of sports and recreational injuries. Paper presented at the FedUni Research Conference, Ballarat, Australia.

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