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Associate Professor

Julie Brown

Current Appointments

Senior Research Fellow, NeuRA
ARC APDI Fellow NHMRC Career Development Fellow Conjoint Senior Lecturer, School of Medical Science, UNSW
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A/Prof Julie Brown’s (BSc PhD) background in policy development and her research strength is providing translatable injury prevention outcomes. She uses laboratory and field-based studies, as well as data analysis, to investigate injury mechanisms, and the factors important to injury outcome. Since joining NeuRA in 2005, her research focus has been on reducing injury among child occupants, and more recently elderly occupants and other users of the rear seat in motor vehicles.


2023, 17 Nov

Differences in participant characteristics and observed child restraint use between population-based and restraint fitting service samples

View full journal-article on https://doi.org/10.1080/15389588.2023.2234532

2023, 28 Jul

Associations between vision impairment and vision-related interventions on crash risk and driving cessation: systematic review and meta-analysis

2023, 28 Jul

Management of splenic injury in children and young adults: a survey of surgeons investigating factors responsible for variations in care using the Theoretical Domains Framework

View full preprint on https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.07.26.23293058

2023, 28 Jul

The management of blunt pancreatic injury in children in New South Wales

View full preprint on https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.07.26.23292584

2023 Jul

Older drivers in Australia and advanced vehicle technologies: What are their opinions? A qualitative study

View full journal-article on https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jth.2023.101646

2023, 06 Jun

Older drivers in Australia and advanced vehicle technologies: what are their opinions? A qualitative study

2023, 02 May

The inexorable rise of automated food deliveries and potential anticipatory policy actions

2023, 01 May

Anticipated transport choices in a world featuring autonomous transport options.

2023, 17 Mar

Exploring the potential of behaviour theory-informed digital intervention for infant fall prevention, a mixed method longitudinal study (Preprint)

View full preprint on https://doi.org/10.2196/preprints.47361

2023, 01 Jan

Playground injury prevention: the need for consistent and national implementation of National Standards