Professor Rod McClure

Dean - Faculty of Medicine and Health

Rod McClure

Phone: +61 2 6773 3862

Email: dean-mh@une.edu.au

Biography

With clinical experience in emergency medicine, a PhD in injury epidemiology, specialist training in public health medicine, directors roles of research Institutes, and management experience in the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), I have had a number of opportunities over the years to broaden my perspective on Medical practice.  My focus now is on facilitating education, research and practice opportunities for students and colleagues, and the communities we serve.

Qualifications

MBBS BA PhD

Teaching Areas

Medical epidemiology

Research Interests

  • Editor-in-Chief, Injury Prevention, BMJ
  • Population Health,
  • Systems Science,
  • Injury Prevention

PhD opportunities available

Research Supervision Experience

PhD Completions

1. Lay San Too Distribution and determinants of train collision suicides University of Melbourne 2016 (Associate Supervisor)
2. Miranda Cornelissen How can they do it?  A structured approach to modelling performance variability. Monash University 2013 [Awarded a special commendation from the ARRB group for ‘excellence in postgraduate research in Transport’; Awarded Monash University The 2013 Mollie Holman Doctoral Medal]
3. Roszalina Ramli Effectiveness of motorcycle helmets for preventing head and facial injuries. Monash University 2013
4. Fiona Clay Determinants of outcomes from orthopaedic injury. Monash University 2010
Allison Milner Suicide in a global world: An empirical examination of the relationship between globalisation, social-ecological factors, and suicide mortality in 35 countries. Griffith University 2010 (Associate Supervisor) [Awarded Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Award 2010]
5. Rebecca Mitchell Development and application of an evaluation framework for injury surveillance systems. University of New South Wales 2008 (Associate Supervisor) [Awarded ARC-linkage Post Doctoral (APAI) award 2009]
6. Anneliese Spinks Physical Activity and the risk of injury University of Queensland 2007. [Awarded NHMRC PHD Scholarship in 2003, and a Post Doctoral Fellowship 2007]
7. Emily Yorkston Refining the methodology for evaluating community-based injury prevention programs University of Queensland 2007
8. Nancye Peel The protective effect of healthy aging in the prevention of falls. University of Queensland 2006 [Awarded University of Queensland Post Doctoral Fellowship 2006]
9. Kerrianne Watt The relationship between acute alcohol consumption and injury. University of Queensland 2006
10. Cate Cameron Injury related morbidity and mortality: a 10 year follow-up in a population-based sample of 21,000. University of Queensland 2005 [Awarded NHMRC Post Doctoral Fellowship 2007]

Publications

Books

1. Samarakkody, D., Davis, E., McClure, R.J. Grass Roots Injury Prevention: A practitioners guide. Practical Action Publishing, Rugby 2013 (ISBN 978-1-85339-802-5)
2. The scientific basis of injury prevention and control McClure, R.J., Stevenson, M., McEvoy, S. (Eds) IP Communications, Melbourne 2004 (ISBN 0-9578617-9-6)

Book Chapters

1. Thompson, J. McClure, R. Mixed methodologies and the importance of working directly on problems with managers who must make decisions about those problems. In Social-Behavioral Science Modeling Angel, Paul and Jonathan Rand Corporation (in press)
2. Cornelissen, M., Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A., McClure, R.J. If You Can’t Beat Them, Join them: Using Road Transport Methods to Communicate Ergonomics Methods’ Outcomes to Aid Road Design. Human Factors in Transportation: Social and Technological Evolution Across Maritime, Road, Rail, and Aviation Domains. CRC Press, USA 2016:195-209.
3. Cornelissen, M., Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A., McClure, R.J., Human Factors now showing in 3D: presenting Human Factors analyses in time and space. In: Advances in Human Aspects of Road and Rail Transportation. (Ed) Neville A Stanton, CRC Press, USA 2012;134-143
4. McClure R, Stevenson M, McEvoy S, Regan S. Preface. In: The scientific basis of injury prevention and control McClure RJ, Stevenson M, McEvoy S. (Eds) IP Communications, Sydney 2004
5. McClure, R.J., Stevenson, M., McEvoy, S. The public health problem of injury – Introduction. In: The scientific basis of injury prevention and control McClure, R.J., Stevenson, M., McEvoy, S. (Eds) IP Communications, Sydney 2004
6. Stevenson, M., Ameratunga, S., McClure, R. The rationale for prevention. In: The scientific basis of injury prevention and control McClure, R.J., Stevenson, M., McEvoy, S. (Eds) IP Communications, Sydney 2004
7. Stevenson, M., McClure, R.J. Risk factor identification – Introduction. In: The scientific basis of injury prevention and control McClure, R.J., Stevenson, M., McEvoy, S. (Eds) IP Communications, Sydney 2004
8. McClure, R.J., Stevenson, M., McEvoy, S., Intervention development – Introduction. In: The scientific basis of injury prevention and control McClure, R.J., Stevenson, M., McEvoy, S. (Eds) IP Communications, Sydney 2004
9. Turner, C., McClure R. Program Evaluation. In: The scientific basis of injury prevention and control McClure, R.J., Stevenson, M., McEvoy, S. (Eds) IP Communications, Sydney 2004
10. Foster, M., Mitchell, R., McClure R. Injury Prevention Policy. In: The scientific basis of injury prevention and control McClure, R.J., Stevenson, M., McEvoy S. (Eds) IP Communications, Sydney 2004
PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES IN SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS
1. Alisic, E., Gunaratnam, S., Barrett, A., Conroy, R., Jowett,, H., Bressan, S., Babl, F.E., McClure, R., Anderson, V., Mehl, M.R. Injury talk: parent-child conversations in the aftermath of potential trauma. Evidence Based Mental Health. pii: ebmental-2017-102736
2. Cameron, C.M., Osborne, J.M., Spinks, A.B., Davey, T.M., Sipe, N., McClure, R.J. Impact of participant attrition on child injury outcome estimates in an Australian longitudinal birth cohort BMJ Open 2017;7(6):e015584
3. Mitchell, R., Cameron, C., McClure, R. Patterns of health care use of injured adults: a population-based matched cohort study Injury 2017;48(7):1393-1399
4. Mitchell, R., Cameron, C., McClure, R. Higher mortality risk among injured individuals in a population-based matched cohort study. BMC Public Health 2017;17:150
5. Too, L-S., Bugeja, L., Milner, A., McClure, R.J., Spittal, M.J., Predictors of using trains as a suicide method: findings from Victoria, Australia Psychiatry Research 2017;253:233-239
6. Cameron, C., Osbourne, J., Spinks, A., Davey, T., Sipe, N., McClure, R.J. Recurrent Injuries in Children: An Australian Cohort Study Australian Health Review 41 (5), 485-491
7. Ballesteros, M., Webb, K., McClure, R. Planning for the future of injury surveillance at the CDC: A review of the Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System (WISQARSTM) (Invited paper) Journal of Safety Research 2017;61:211-215
8. Mack K, Jones C, McClure R. Physician dispensing of oxycodone and other commonly used opioids, 2000–2013, United States. Pain Medicine [Epub ahead of print]
9. Berecki-Gisolf, J., Mahmooei, B.M., Clapperton, A., McClure, R. Prescription opioid use and prescription opioid poisoning: Population data from Victoria, Australia 2006 to 2013. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2017;41:85-91.
10. Mack K., et al, McClure, R.J. Trends in the leading causes of injury mortality, Australia, Canada, and the United States, 2000-2014 Canadian Journal of Public Health 2017;108:e185-e191
11. Allen, T., Newstead, S., Lenné, M., McClure, R., Hillard, P., Symmons, M. Day, L. Contributing factors to motorcycle injury crashes in Victoria, Australia Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 2017;45:157-168
12. Stevenson M., Thompson, J., Herick de Sa, H., Ewing, R., Mohan, D., McClure, R., Roberts, I., Tiwari, G., Gilles-Corti, B., Sun, X. Wallace, M., Woodcock, J. Land‐use, Transport and population health; estimating the health benefits of compact cities. Lancet 2016;388:2925-2935.
13. Mitchell, R., Cameron, C., McClure, R. Quantifying the morbidity and mortality attributable to traumatic injury using a population-based matched cohort in Australia BMJ Open 2016;6:e013266
14. Osbourne, J., Davey, T., Spinks, A., McClure, R.J., Sipe, N., Cameron, C. Child Injury: Does Home Matter Social Science and Medicine 2016;153:250-257.
15. Hassani-Mahmooei, B., Berecki-Gisolf, J., Hahn, Y., McClure RJ. The effect of pre-existing health conditions on the cost of recovery from road traffic injury: Insights from Data Linkage of Medicare and Compensable Injury Claims in Victoria, Australia BMC Health Services Research 2016;16:162.
16. Too, L-S., Spittal, M.J., Bugeja, L., McClure, R.J., Milner, A., Individual and neighbourhood factors for railway suicide: a multilevel analysis of a case-control study in Victoria, Australia. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. 2016;51:849-56.
17. Allen, T., McClure, R., Newstead, S., Lenné, M.G., Hillard, P., Symmons, M., Day, L. Exposure factors of Victoria’s active motorcycle fleet related to serious injury crash risk Traffic Injury Prevention 2016;17:870-7.
18. Newnam, S., Petersen, A., Keleher H, Collie, A., Vogel, A.P., McClure, R. Stuck in the Middle: the Emotional Labours of Case Managers in the Personal Injury Compensation System. Work 2016;55:347-357.
19. McClure, R.J., Mack, K., Wilkins, N., Davey, T. Injury prevention as social change Injury Prevention 2016;22:226-229.
20. Bugeja, L., Young, J., McIntyre, S., Dwyer, J., Stephan, K., McClure, R. Sleep-related infant deaths in Victoria: a retrospective case series study. Maternal and Child Health 2016;20:1032-40.
21. Houry, D.E, Florence, C., Stevens, J., Baldwin, G., McClure, R.J. The CDC Injury Center’s response to the growing public health problem of falls among older adults American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 2016 10: 74-77.
22. Osbourne, J.M, Shibl, R., Cameron, C.M., Kendrick, D., Lyons, R.A, Spinks, A.B., Sipe, N., McClure, R. Validity of parent's self-reported responses to home safety questions. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion 2016;23:229-39.
23. Berecki-Gisolf, J., Mahmooei, B.M., Collie, A., McClure, R. Prescription opioids and benzodiazepines after road traffic injury. Pain Medicine 2016;17:304-13.
24. Too, L-S., Spittal, M.J., Bugeja, L., Milner, A., Stevenson, M., McClure, R. An investigation of neighbourhood-level social, economic and physical factors for railway suicide in Victoria, Australia Journal of Affective Disorders 2015;183:142-148.
25. McClure, R.J., Kegler, S., Davey, T.M Clay, F. Contextual determinants of childhood injury: a systematic review of studies using multi-level analytic methods American Journal of Public Health 2015;105:2586,e37-43
26. van Niekerk, A., Tonsing, S., Seedat, M., Jacobs, R., Ratele, K., McClure, R. The invisibility of men in South African violence prevention policy: national prioritization, male vulnerability, and framing prevention. Global Health Action 2015;8:27649
27. Berecki-Gisolf, J., Mahmooei B.M., Collie, A., McClure, R. Use of antidepressants after road traffic injury, Australia Injury 2015;46:1250-6.
28. Berecki-Gisolf, J., Yiengprugsawan, V., Kelly, M., McClure, R., Seubsman, S.-A., Sleigh,  A.C, and the Thai Cohort Study Team. The impact of the Thai motorcycle transition on road traffic injury: Thai Cohort Study results PLOS ONE 2015;10:e0120617
29. Berecki-Gisolf, J., Smith, P., Collie, A., McClure, R. Gender differences in occupational injury incidence American Journal of Industrial Medicine 2015;58:299-307.
30. McClure, R., Adriazola-Steil, C., Mulvihill, C., Fitzharris, M., Bonnington, C.P., Salmon, P., Stevenson, M.R., Simulating the dynamic effect of land use and transport policies on the development and health of populations  American Journal of Public Health 2015;105 Suppl 2:S223-9.
31. Davey, T.M, Cameron, C.M., Ng, S,K., McClure, R. The Relationship Between Maternal Education and Child Health Outcomes in Urban Australian Children in the First 12 Months of Life. Maternal and Child Health 2015;19:2501-11.
32. Corneilson, M., Salmon, P., McClure, R., Stanton, N. Assessing the 'system' in safe systems-based road designs: using cognitive work analysis to evaluate intersection designs Accident Analysis and Prevention 2015;74:324-38
33. Mitchell, R.J, Cameron, C.M., McClure, R.J, Williamson, A.M. Data linkage capabilities of Australian states and of the national data linkage facility: practical issues identified by a Public Health Research Network “Proof of concept project”  Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Heath 2015;39:319-25.
34. Alisic, A., Barrett, A., Bowles, P., Babl, F.E., Conroy, R., McClure, R.J. Anderson, V. Mehl, M. Ear for Recovery: Protocol for a prospective study on parent-child communication and psychosocial recovery after paediatric injury BMJ Open 2015;5
35. Middleton, J., Sharwood, L.N., Cameron, P., Middleton, P., Harrison, J., Brown, D., McClure, R., Smith, K., Muecke, S., Healy S. Right Care, Right Time, Right Place: Improving outcomes for people with spinal cord injury through early access to intervention and improved access to specialised care:  Study Protocol BMC Health Services Research  2014;14:600
36. Cameron, C.M., Shibl, R., McClure, R.J., Ng, S.K., Hills, A.P. Maternal pre-gravid body mass index and child hospital admissions in the first 5 years of life: results from an Australian birth cohort. International Journal of Obesity 2014;38:1268-74.
37. Ng, S.-K., Cameron, C., Hills, A., McClure, R.J., Scuffham, P.A.  Socioeconomic disparities in prepregnancy BMI and impact on maternal and neonatal Outcomes and postpartum weight retention: the EFHL longitudinal birth cohort study.  BMC Pregnancy Childbirth. 2014;14:314
38. Ramli, R., , Oxley, J., Noor, F.M., Abdullah, N.K., Mahmood, M.S., Tajuddin, A.K., McClure, R. Fatal injuries among motorcyclists in Klang Valley, Malaysia Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine 2014:26:39-45
39. Ramli R, Oxley J, Hillard P, Mohd Sadullah AF, McClure, R. The effect of motorcycle helmet type, components and fixation status on facial injury in Klang Valley, Malaysia: a case control study BMC Emergency Medicine 2014;14:17
40. Yiengprugsawan, V., Berecki-Gisolf, J., Bain, C., McClure, R., Seubsman, S.-A., Sleigh,  A.C. Predictors of injury mortality: findings from a large national cohort in Thailand. BMJ Open 2014;4.
41. Corneilson, M., McClure, R., Salmon, P., Stanton, N. Validating the Strategies Analysis Diagram: assessing validity and reliability of a formative method Applied Ergonomics 2014;45:1484-94
42. Berecki-Gisolf, J., Collie, A., McClure, R. Prescription opioids for occupational injury: Results from workers’ compensation claims records Pain Medicine 2014;15:1549-57.
43. Salmon, P.M., Goode, N., Archer, F.L., Spencer, C., McArdle, D., McClure, R.J. A systems approach to examining disaster response: Using Accimap to describe the factors influencing bushfire response. Safety Science 2014;70:114-122
44. Yiengprugsawan, V., Berecki-Gisolf, J., McClure, R., Kelly, M., Seubsman, S.-A., Sleigh,  A.C, and the Thai Cohort Study Team. The effect of injuries on health measured by Short Form 8 among a large cohort of Thai adults. PLOS ONE 2014;9
45. Too, L.S., Milner, A., Bugeja, L., McClure, R. The socio-environmental determinants of railway suicide: a systematic review BMC Public Health 2014;14:20.
46. Newnam S, Sheppard D, Griffin M, McClure R, Heller G, Sim M, Stevenson M. Work-related road traffic injury: A multilevel systems protocol. Injury Prevention 2014 2014;20:e6
47. Berecki-Gisolf, J., Tawatsupa, B., McClure, R.J., Seubsman, S., Sleigh, A. and Thai Cohort Study Team. Determinants of workplace injury in Thai Cohort Study participants. BMJ Open 2013;3
48. Cameron C, Davey T, Kendall E, Wilson A, McClure R. Alcohol consumption during pregnancy in an Australian cohort, 2007-2011 Medical Journal of Australia 2013;199:355-357.
49. Berecki-Gisolf, J., Collie, A., McClure, R. Reduction in health service use for whiplash injury after motor vehicle accidents in 2000-2009: Results from a defined population. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine 2013;45:1034-41.
50. McClure, R.J., Davey, T.M. Implementation Epidemiology: the frequency, distribution and determinants of effective practice African Safety Promotion Journal 2103;11:3-12
51. Palmer, C., Davey, T., Mok, M., McClure, R., Farrow, N., Gruen, R., Pollard, C. Standardising trauma monitoring: the development of a minimum dataset for trauma registries in Australia and New Zealand Injury 2013;44:834-841.
52. Cornelissen, M., Salmon, P.M., McClure, R.J., Stanton, N.A. Using cognitive work analysis and the strategies analysis diagram to understand variability in road user behaviour at intersections, Ergonomics 2013;56:764-780.
53. Berecki-Gisolf, J., Collie, A., McClure, R. Work disability after road traffic injury in a mixed population with and without hospitalisation. Accident Analysis and Prevention 2013;51:129-134.
54. Berecki-Gisolf. J., Collie, A., McClure, R.J. Determinants of physical therapy use by compensated workers with musculoskeletal disorders Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation 2013;23:63-73.
55. Day, L., Lenné, M., Symmons, M., Hillard, P., Newstead, S., Allen, T., McClure, R. Population based case-control study of serious non-fatal motorcycle crashes BMC Public Health 2013;13:72.
56. Cameron, C., Scuffham, P.A., Shibl, R., Ng, S-K.,  Scott, R.,  Spinks, A.,  Mihala, G., Wilson, A., Kendall, E., Sipe, N., McClure, R. Environments for Healthy Living (EFHL) Griffith birth cohort study: characteristics of sample and profile of antenatal exposures. BMC Public Health 2012; 12:1080.
57. Berecki-Gisolf, J., McClure, R.J., Seubsman, S., Sleigh, A. and Thai Cohort Study Team. Reporting of lifetime fractures: methodological considerations and results from the Thai Cohort Study BMJ Open 2012;2.
58. Salmon, P.M., McClure, R.J., Stanton, N.A. Road transport in drift? Applying contemporary systems thinking to road safety Safety Science 2012;50:1829-1838.
59. McClure, R.J. On living with Tigers: an ecological post script. Journal of Health and Safety Research and Practice 2012;4:1-7.
60. Clay, F., Collie, A., McClure, R.J. Information interventions for recovery following vehicle related trauma to person of working age: a systematic review of the literature. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine 2012;44:521–533.
61. Milner, A., McClure, R.J. De Leo, D. Globalisation and suicide: an ecological study across five regions of the world Archives of Suicide Research 2012;16:238-249.
62. Clay, F.J, Fitzharris, M., Kerr, E., McClure, R.J., Watson W.L. The Association of social functioning, social relationships and the receipt of compensation with time to return to work following unintentional injuries to Victorian workers Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation 2012;22:363-375.
63. Berecki-Gisolf, J., Clay, F.J, Collie, A., McClure, R.J. Predictors of sustained return to work after work-related injury or disease: insights from workers’ compensation claims records Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation 2012;22:283-91.
64. Berecki-Gisolf, J, Clay, F.J., Collie, A., McClure, R.J. The impact of aging on work disability and return to work: insights from workers' compensation claim records. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 2012;54:318-27.
65. Cameron, C.M., Scuffham, P.A., Spinks, A., Scott, R., Sipe, N., Ng, S., Wilson, A., Searle, J., Lyons, R.A, Kendall, E., Halford, K., Griffiths, L.R, Homel, R., McClure, R.J. Environments for Healthy Living (EFHL) birth cohort study: background and methods. Maternal and Child Health Journal 2012;16:1896-1905.
66. Bugeja, L., Ibrahim, J.E., Ozanne-Smith, J., Brodie, L.R., McClure, R.J. Application of a public health framework to examine the characteristics of coroners’ recommendations for injury prevention Injury Prevention 2012;18:326-33.
67. Seedat, M., McClure, R.J. Suffla, S., van Niekerk, A. Developing the evidence-base for safe communities: A multilevel, partly randomised, controlled trial. International Journal of Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion 2012;19:231-41.
68. Samarakkody, D., Fernando, D., McClure, R., Perera, H., De Silva, H. Prevalence of externalizing behaviour problems in Sri Lankan preschool children: birth, childhood and socio demographic risk factors Journal of Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 2012;47:757-762.
69. Clay F, Newstead S, McClure, R.J. A systematic review of early prognostic factors for persisting pain following acute orthopedic trauma, Pain Research and Management. 2012;17: 35-44.
70. Yiengprugsawan, V., Stephan K., McClure, R.J. Kelly M, Seubsman, S.-A., Bain, C., Sleigh, A.C., and Thai Cohort Study Team. Risk factors for injury in a national cohort of 87,134 Thai adults Public Health 2012;126:33-9.
71. Milner, A., McClure, R., De Leo, D. Socio-economic determinants of suicide: An ecological analysis of 35 countries Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 2012;47:19-27.
72. Milner, A., McClure, R., Sun J., De Leo, D. Globalisation and suicide: An empirical investigation in 35 countries over the period 1980 to 2006 Health & Place 2011;17:996-1003.
73. Stephan, K., Kelly, M., McClure, R.J., Seubsman, S.-A, Yiengprugsawan, V., Bain, C., Sleigh A.C., and Thai Cohort Study Team. Distribution of transport injury and related risk behaviours in a large national cohort of Thai adults. Accident Analysis and Prevention 2011;43:1062-1067.
74. McMeniman, E., Moore, R., Yelland, M., McClure, R. Childhood Obesity: How do Australian General Practitioners feel about managing this growing health problem? Australian Journal of Primary Health 2011;17:60-65.
75. Bugeja, L., McClure, R.J, Ozanne-Smith, J., Ibrahim, J.E. The public policy approach to injury prevention Injury Prevention 2011;17:63-5.
76. Schluter, P.J., Turner, C., Huntington, A.D., Bain, C.J, McClure, R.J. Work/life balance and health: the Nurses and Midwives e-cohort study. International Nursing Review 2011;58:28-36.
77. Stephan, K., McClure, R., Seubsman, S, Kelly, M., Yiengprugsawan, V, Bain, C, Sleigh, A. and Thai Cohort Study Team. Review of injuries over a one year period among 87,134 adults studying at an open university in Thailand.  Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 2010;41:1220-30.
78. Ng, S.-K., Olog, A., Spinks, A.B., Cameron, C.M., Searle, J., McClure, R.J. Risk factors and obstetric complications of large for gestational age births with adjustments for community effects: results from a new cohort study. BMC Public Health 2010;10:460.
79. Samarakkody, D.C., Fernando, D.N., Perera, H., McClure, R.J., De Silva, H. The Child Behaviour Assessment Instrument: development and validation of a measure to screen child behavioural problems in community setting International Journal of Mental Health Systems 2010, 4:13.
80. McClure, R.J., Davis, E., Yorkston, E., Nilson, P., Schluter, P., Bugeja, L. Special issues in Injury Prevention Research: developing the science of program implementation. Injury. 2010;41S1:S16-S19.
81. Clay, F.J., Newstead, S.V., D’Elia, A., McClure, R.J. First return to work following injury: does it reflect a composite or a homogeneous outcome. Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2010;67:730-6.
82. MacKay, J.M., MacPherson, A., Pike, I., Vincenten, J., McClure, R.J. Action indicators for injury prevention Injury Prevention. 2010;16:204-7.
83. Clay, F.J., Newstead, S.V., McClure, R.J. A systematic review of prognostic factors for return to work following acute orthopaedic injury. Injury. 2010;41:787-803.
84. Clay, F.J., Newstead, S.V., Watson, W.L., Ozanne-Smith, J., Guy, J., McClure, R.J. Bio-psychosocial determinants of persistent pain 6 months after non-life-threatening acute orthopaedic trauma. Journal of Pain. 2010;11:420-30.
85. Schluter, P.J., Nathens, A., Neal, M.L., Goble, S., Cameron, C.M., Davey, T.M., McClure, R.J. Trauma and Injury Severity Score (TRISS) coefficients 2009 revision. Journal of Trauma 2010;68:761-70.
86. McKenzie, K., Driscoll, T., Harrison, J.E., Scott, D.A., Mitchell, R., McClure, R.J. Identifying work-related injuries: Comparison of methods for interrogating text fields. BMC Medical Information and Decision Making 2010;10:19.
87. Clay, F.J., Newstead S.V., Watson, W.L., Ozzane-smith, J., McClure, R.J. Bio-psychosocial determinants of time lost from work following non life threatening acute orthopaedic trauma. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 2010;11:6.
88. McClure, R.J, Hughes, K., Ren C., McKenzie, K., Dietrich, U., Vardon, P., Davis E., Newman B. The population approach to falls injury prevention in older people: findings of a two community trial. BMC Public Health 2010;10:79.
89. Clay, F.J., Newstead, S.V., Watson, W.L, McClure, R.J. Determinants of return to work following non life threatening acute orthopaedic trauma: a prospective cohort study Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine 2010;42:162-9.
90. McKenzie, K., Harrison, J., McClure, R.J. Identification of alcohol involvement for injury-related hospitalisations using routine data compared to medical record review Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2010; 34:146-52.
91. McKenzie, K., Scott, D.A., Campbell, M.A., McClure, R.J. The Use of Narrative Text for Injury Surveillance Research: A Systematic Review Accident Analysis and Prevention 2010;42:354-363.
92. Lyons RA, Finch C, McClure, R.J., van Beeck E, Macey S, Brophy S. The Injury list of all deficits (LOAD) Framework – conceptualizing the full range of deficits and adverse outcomes following injury and violence. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion 2010; 26:1-15.
93. McKenzie, K., McClure, R.J. Sources of coding discrepancies in injury morbidity data: Implications for injury surveillance. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion 2010;17:53-60.
94. Hill, R.A., Brophy, S., Brunt, H., Storey M., Thomas, N., Thornton, C.A., Palmer, S., Dunstan, F., Paranjothy, S., McClure R., Rodgers, S.E, Lyons, R.A. Protocol of the Baseline Assessment for the Environments for Healthy Living (EHL) Wales Cohort Study BMC Public Health 2010;10:150.
95. Mitchell, R., McClure, R.J., Oliver, J., Watson, W. Rational allocation of Australia’s research dollars: Does the distribution of NHMRC funding by National Health Priority Area reflect actual disease burden? Medical Journal of Australia 2009;19:648-652.
96. Schluter, P.J., Cameron, C.M., Davey, T.M., Civil, I., Orchard, J., Dansey, R., Hamill, J., Naylor, H., James, C., Pollard ,C., McClure, R.J. Using Trauma Injury Severity Score (TRISS) variables to predict length of hospital stay following trauma in New Zealand New Zealand Medical Journal 2009;122:65-78.
97. Schluter, P.J., Cameron, C.M., Davey, T.M., Civil, I., Orchard, J., Dansey, R., Hamill, J., Naylor H., James C., Pollard C., McClure, R.J. Contemporary New Zealand coefficients for TRISS New Zealand Medical Journal 2009;122:54-64.
98. McKenzie, K., Harrison, J.E., Scott, D.A., Mitchell, R., McClure, R.J. The reliability of information on work-related injuries available from hospitalisation data in Australia Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2009;33:332-8.
99. Spinks, A., Nixon, J., Turner, C., McClure, R.J. The “WHO Safe Communities” model for the prevention of injury in whole populations Spinks A, Turner C, Nixon J, McClure, R.J. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2009 Jul 8;(3)
100. McKenzie, K., Enraght-Moony, E.l., Waller, G., Walker, S.M., Harrison, J.E., McClure, R.J., Causes of Injuries Resulting in Hospitalisation in Australia: Assessing Coder Agreement on External Causes. Injury Prevention 2009;15:188-196.
101. McKenzie, K., Enraght-Moony, E.L., Walker, S.M., McClure, R.J., Harrison, J.E. Accuracy of External Cause of Injury Coding in Hospital Records: A Systematic Review. Injury Prevention 2009;15:60-4.
102. Turner, C., Bain, C., Schluter, P.J., Yorkston, E., Bogossian, F., McClure, R.J., Huntington A; the Nurses and Midwives e-cohort Group. Cohort Profile: The Nurses and Midwives e-Cohort Study--A Novel Electronic Longitudinal Study. International Journal of Epidemiology 2009;38:53-60.
103. Cameron, C.M., Purdie, D.M., Kliewer, E.V., McClure, R.J. 10 year outcomes following traumatic brain injury: a population-based cohort Brain Injury 2008;22:437-49.
104. Spinks, A.B., Scott, D., Bain, C.J., Nagle, C.M., Macpherson, A.K., McClure, R.J. Parental attitudes to supervision and risk of childhood injury: results from a primary school cohort. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion 2008;15:49-52.
105. Mitchell, R.J., McClure, R.J., Williamson, A.M., McKenzie, K. Implementing the national priorities for injury surveillance. Medical Journal of Australia 2008;188:405-8.
106. Spinks A.B., Nagle C., McPherson A.K., Bain C., McClure, R.J. Host factors and childhood injury: the influence of hyperactivity and aggression Journal of Developmental and Behavioural Paediatrics 2008;29:117-23.
107. Mitchell, R., McClure, R., Driscoll T. Identification of hospitalised work-related injury in NSW, 2000-01 to 2004-05 Journal of Occupational Health and Safety Australian and New Zealand 2008;24:33-42.
108. Spinks, A.B, McClure, R.J. Quantifying the risk of sports injuries: A systematic review of activity-specific rates for children under 16 years of age. British Journal of Sports Medicine 2007;41:548-57 .
109. Peel, N.M., Bartlet, H.P., McClure, R.J. Healthy ageing as an intervention to minimise falls injury among older people. Annals of the New York Academy of Science 2007;1114:162-169.
110. Cameron, C.M., Purdie, D.M., Kliewer, E.V., Wajda, A., McClure, R.J. Population health and clinical data linkage: the importance of a population register Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health. 2007;31:459-63.
111. Yorkston, E., Turner, C., Schluter, P.J., McClure, R. Quantifying the effect of a community-based injury prevention program in Queensland using a generalised estimating equation (GEE) approach Injury Prevention 2007;13:191-6.
112. Spinks, A.B., McPherson, A.K., Bain, C., McClure, R.J. Compliance with the Australian national physical activity guidelines for children: relationship to overweight status Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 2007;10:156-63.
113. Peel N, McClure, R.J., Hendrikz J. Psychosocial factors associated with fall-induced hip fractures: a population-based case control study Age and Ageing 2007;36:145-51.
114. Cameron, C.M., Kliewer, E.V., Purdie, D.M., McClure, R.J. Long-term mortality following injury in working-age adults: a systematic review International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion 2007;14:11-18.
115. Spallek, M., Nixon, J., Bain, C., Purdie, D.M., Spinks, A., Scott, S., McClure, R.J. Scald prevention campaigns: do they work Journal of Burns Care & Research 2007;28:328-33.
116. Turner, J.V., Spallek, M., Najman, J.M., Bain, C., Purdie, D., Nixon, J., Spinks, A., McClure, R.  Socio-economic distribution of environmental risk factors for childhood injury. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2006;30:514-18.
117. Spinks, A., McPherson, A., Bain, C., McClure, R.  Determinants of sufficient daily activity in Australian primary school children Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 2006;42:674-679.
118. Spinks, A.B., McPherson, A.K., Bain C., McClure, R.J.  Injury risk from popular childhood physical activities: results from a primary school cohort Injury Prevention 2006;12:390-394.
119. Cameron, C.M., Purdie, D.M., Kliewer, E.V., McClure, R.J. 10 year health service use outcomes in a population-based cohort of 21,000 injured adults: The Manitoba Injury Outcome Study Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2006;84:802-10.
120. Mitchell, R., McClure, R. The development of national injury prevention policy in the Australian health sector: and the unmet challenges of participation and implementation. Australia and New Zealand Health Policy 2006, 3:11.
121. Peel, N.M., McClure, R.J., Hendrikz, J.K. Health protective behaviours and risk of fall-related hip fractures: a population-based case control study Age and Ageing 2006;35:491-497.
122. Scott, D., Harrison, J., Bain, C., Purdie D., Najman, J., Nixon, J., Spinks, A.B., McClure R. The properties of the International Classification of the External Cause of Injury when used as an instrument for in injury prevention research Injury Prevention 2006;12:253-257.
123. Schluter, P.J., McClure, R.J. Predicting functional capacity outcome 12 months after hospitalized Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery 2006;76:886-893.
124. Spallek, M., Spinks, A., Turner, C., Bain, C., McClure, R. Walking to school: distribution by age, sex and socioeconomic status Australian Journal of Health Promotion 2006:17:134-8.
125. Spinks, A.B., McClure, R.J., Bain, C., McPherson, AK, Quantifying the association between physical activity and injury in primary school children Paediatrics 2006;118:e43-50.
126. Cameron, C.M., Purdie, D.M., Kliewer, E.V., McClure, R.J. Mental Health, a cause or consequence of injury? A population-based matched cohort study BMC Public Health 2006;6:114.
127. Turner, C., Yorkston, E., Hart, K., Drew, L., McClure, R. Simplifying data collection for process evaluation of community coalition activities – an electronic web-based application Australian Journal of Health Promotion 2006;17:48-53.
128. Cameron, C.M., Purdie, D.M., Kliewer, E.V., McClure R.J. Long term health outcomes after injury in working age adults: a systematic review. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2006;60:341-4.
129. Watt, K., Purdie, D.M., Roche, A.M., McClure, R. Acute alcohol consumption and mechanism of injury Journal of Studies on Alcohol 2006;67:14-21.
130. Watt, K., Purdie, D.M, Roche, A.M., McClure, R. Injury severity: role of alcohol, substance use and risk-taking Emergency Medicine Australasia 2006;18:108-17.
131. Watt, K., Purdie, D.M., Roche, A.M., McClure, R.J. The relationship between acute alcohol consumption and consequent injury type. Alcohol and Alcoholism. 2005; 40:263-268.
132. McClure, R., Nixon, J., Spinks, A., Turner, C. Community-based programs to prevent falls in children: a systematic review. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 2005;41:465-470.
133. McClure, R., Turner, C., Yorkston, E. Making evaluation an integral part of injury programme implementation. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion 2005;12:247-250.
134. Schluter, P.J., Cameron, C.M., Purdie D.M., Kliewer, E.V., McClure, R.J. How well do anatomical-based injury severity scores predict health service use in the 12 months after injury? International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion Dec 2005;12:241-246.
135. McClure, R.J., Cameron, C.M, Purdie, D.M, Kliewer, E.V. Indicators of injury burden: which types are the most important? International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion Dec 2005;12:213-217.
136. Spinks, A., Turner, C., McClure, R., Acton, C., Nixon, J. Community-based programs to promote use of bicycle helmets in children 0-14 years: a systematic review; International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion 2005;12:131-142.
137. Yorkston, E., Turner, C., Schluter, P., McClure, R. Validity and reliability of responses to a self-report home safety survey designed for use in a community-based child injury prevention programme International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion 2005;12:193-196.
138. Yorkston, E.K. , Arthur, C.W., Green, A.C., Barker, T.M., Purdie, D.M., McClure, R.J. Inflatable rescue boat-related injuries in Queensland surf lifesavers: the epidemiology-biomechanics interface Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion 2005;12:39-44.
139. Cameron, C.M., Purdie, D.M., Kliewer, E.V., McClure, R.J. Long term mortality following trauma: 10 year follow-up in a population-based sample of injured adults. Journal of Trauma 2005:59:639-646.
140. Cameron, C.M., Purdie, D.M., Kliewer, E.V., McClure, R.J. Differences in prevalence of pre-existing morbidity between injured and non-injured populations. Bull World Health Organ. 2005;83:345-52.
141. Turner, C., McClure, R., Nixon, J., Spinks, A. Community-based programs to promote car seat restraints in children 0-16 years – a systematic review Accident Analysis and Prevention 2005;37:77-83.
142. Peel, N.M, McClure, R.J. Bartlet, H.P, Behavioral Determinants of Healthy Ageing Review American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2005;28:298-304.
143. Schluter, P.J., Neal, R., Scott, D., Luchter, S., McClure, R.J. Validating the Functional Capacity Index: a comparison of predicted versus observed total body scores Journal of Trauma 2005;58:259-263.
144. Spinks, A., McClure, R., Nixon, J., Turner, C. The “WHO Safe Communities” model for the prevention of injury in whole populations (Review) The Cochrane Library, Issue 2, 2005. Oxford: Update Software
145. Stevenson, M., McClure, R. Use of ecological study designs for injury prevention. Injury Prevention 2005 11: 2-4.
146. McClure, R., Turner, C., Peel, N., Spinks, A., Eakin, E., Hughes, K. Population-based interventions for the prevention of fall-related injuries in older people (Review) The Cochrane Library, Issue 1, 2005. Oxford: Update Software
147. Peel N, Bartlet H, McClure, R.J. Healthy aging; How is it defined and measured Australian Journal on Ageing 2004;23:115-119.
148. Turner, C., McClure, R., Nixon, J., Spinks, A. Community-based programmes to prevent pedestrian injuries in children 0-14 years: a systematic review. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion 2004;11:231-237.
149. Watt, K., Purdie, D.M., Roche, A.M., McClure, R.J. Risk of injury from acute alcohol consumption and the influence of confounders Addiction 2004 Oct;99:1262-1273.
150. Spinks, A., Turner, C., McClure, R., Nixon, J. Community based intervention programs targeting all injuries in children – a systematic review Injury Prevention 2004; 10:180-185.
151. Nixon. J, Spinks A., Turner C., McClure, R. Community based programs to prevent poisoning in children 0-15 years Injury Prevention 2004;10:43-46.
152. Turner, C,, McClure, R.J. Quantifying the role of risk taking behaviour in causation of serious road crash-related injury Accident Analysis and Prevention 2004;36:383-389
153. Turner, C., McClure, R.J., Pirozzo, S. Risk taking behaviour and injury: a systematic review Accident Analysis and Prevention 2004;36:93-101.
154. Turner, C., Spinks, A., McClure, R.J., Nixon, J. Community-based interventions for the prevention of burns and scalds in children In: The Cochrane Library, Issue 3, 2004. Oxford: Update Software.
155. Neale R, Rokkas P, McClure, R.J. Interrater reliability of injury coding in the Queensland Trauma Registry Emergency Medicine 2003;15:38-41.
156. Turner, C., McClure, R.J. Age and gender differences in risk taking behaviour as an explanation for the high incidence of motor vehicle crashes as a driver in young males Injury Control and Safety Promotion 2003;10:123-130.
157. Green, M., Turner, C., Purdie, D., McClure, R.J. Injury related risk behaviour – a study of Australian Skydivers Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 2003;6:166-175.
158. Peel, N.M, Kassulke, D., McClure, R.J. A population-based study of hospitalized fall-related injuries in older people Injury Prevention 2002; 8(4): 280-283.
159. McClure, R.J, Peel, N.M., Kassulke, D., Neale, R. Appropriate indicators for injury control? Public Health 2002; 116:252-256.
160. Shannon, C., Young, E., Canuto, C., Craig, D., Schluter, P., Kenny, G., McClure, R.J. Injury prevention in Indigenous communities: Results of a two-year community development program Health Promotion Journal of Australia 2001;12:43-47.
161. McClure, R.J., Shannon C, Young E, Craig D. Injury prevention in Indigenous communities: Rationale for concentrating on community management Health Promotion Journal of Australia 2001;12:148-151.
162. Shannon, C., Young, E., Haswell-Elkins, M., Hutchins, C., Craig, D., Kenny, G., McClure, R.J. Injury prevention in Indigenous communities: An example of policy to practice Health Promotion Journal of Australia 2001;12:61-66
163. Roche, A.M., Watt, K., McClure, R.J., Purdie, D.M., Green, D. Injury and alcohol: an emergency department study Drug and Alcohol Review 2001;20:157-168.
164. Bigby, K.J. McClure, R.J., Green, A.C. The incidence of inflatable rescue boat (IRB) injuries in Queensland surf lifesavers Medical Journal of Australia 2000;172:485-488.
165. Kuhnert, P.M., Do. K.-A., McClure R.J Combining non-parametric models with logistic regression: an application to motor vehicle injury data. Computational Statistics and Data analysis 2000;34,371-386.
166. McClure, R.J. Douglas, R.M. The public health impact of minor injury. Accident Analysis and Prevention 1996;28:443-451.
167. McClure, R.J. The importance of minor injury. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 1996;20:97-98.
168. McClure, R.J. Burnside, J. The Australian Capital Territory Injury Surveillance and Prevention Project. Academic Emergency Medicine 1995;2:529-34.
169. McClure, R.J. The Health Consequences of Injury Questionnaire. Academic Emergency Medicine 1995;2:535-43.
170. McClure, R.J. The Minor Injury Scale. Academic Emergency Medicine 1995;2:544-551.
171. McClure, R.J Injury and general practice in Australia. Australian Family Physician 1995;24:2059-63.
PEER-REVIEWED RESEARCH LETTERS IN SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS
172. McClure, R.J., Ozanne-Smith J. Injury management by GPs in Australia. [medlined peer-reviewed letter] British Journal of General Practice 1996;46:47.
NAMED STUDY TEAM MEMBERSHIP OF PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES IN SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS
173. Wakabayashi, M., Berecki-Gisolf, J., Banwell, C., Kelly, M., Yiengprugsawan, V., McKetin, R., Seubsman, S.A., Iso, H., Sleigh, A, and the Thai Cohort Study Team. Non-fatal injury in Thailand from 2005 to 2013: Incidence trends and links to alcohol consumption patterns in the Thai Cohort Study. Journal of Epidemiology 2016;26:471-480
174. Thawornchaisit, P., de Looze, F., Reid, C.M., Seubsman, S.A., Tran, T.T., Sleigh, A., and the Thai Cohort Study Team. Health-Risk Factors and the Prevalence of Chronic Kidney Disease: Cross-Sectional Findings from a National Cohort of 87,143 Thai Open University Students. Global Journal of Health Science 2015;7:59-72.
175. Wakabayashi, M., McKetin, R., Banwell, C., Yiengprugsawan, V., Kelly, M., Seubsman, S.A., Iso, H., Sleigh, A,., and the Thai Cohort Study Team. Alcohol consumption patterns in Thailand and their relationship with non-communicable disease. BMC Public Health. 2015;15:1297.
176. Zhao, J., Seubsman, S-A., Sleigh, A., and the Thai Cohort Study Team. Timing of urbanisation and cardiovascular risks in Thailand: evidence from 51 936 members of the Thai cohort study, 2005-2009. Journal of Epidemiology. 2014;24:484-93.
177. Thawornchaisit, P., De Looze, F., Reid, C.M., Seubsman, S.A., Sleigh, A., and the Thai Cohort Study Team. Validity of self-reported hypertension: findings from the Thai Cohort Study compared to physician telephone interview. Global Journal of Health Science 2014;6:1-11
178. Thawornchaisit, P., de Looze, F., Reid, C.M., Seubsman, S.A., Sleigh, A., and the Thai Cohort Study Team. Health-risk factors and the prevalence of hypertension: cross-sectional findings from a national cohort of 87,143 Thai open university students. Global Journal of Health Science. 2013; 5:126-41.
179. Thawornchaisit, P., de Looze, F., Reid, C.M., Seubsman, S.A., Sleigh, A.C., and the Thai Cohort Study Team. Health risk factors and the incidence of hypertension: 4-year prospective findings from a national cohort of 60 569 Thai Open University students. BMJ Open. 2013;3.
180. Tawatsupa, B., Lim, L.,L., Kjellstrom, T., Seubsman, S.-A, Sleigh, A, and the Thai Cohort Study Team. Association between occupational heat stress and kidney disease among 37,816 workers in the Thai Cohort Study (TCS). J Epidemiol. 2012;22:251-60.
181. Yiengprugsawan, V., Banwell, C., Seubsman, S.-A., Sleigh, A.C. and the Thai Cohort Study Team. Short sleep and obesity in a large national cohort of Thai adults. BMJ Open. 2012;2.
182. Yiengprugsawan, V., Somkotra, T., Seubsman, S.A,, Sleigh, A.C., and the Thai Cohort Study Team. Oral Health-Related Quality of Life among a large national cohort of 87,134 Thai adults. Health Quality of Life Outcomes. 2011;9:42.
PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES IN SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
183. Thompson, J., McClure, R.J., Desilva, A. A complex systems approach for understanding the effect of policy and management interventions on health system performance. International Conference Proceedings Series (ICPS) of the Computational Social Science 2017 conference. Sante Fe, USA, 2017
184. Cornelissen, M., Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A., McClure, R. Life in the wild? Using Ergonomics systems methods and field of safe travel theory to evaluate intersection designs. 5th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, Poland, 2014
185. Allen, T., Day, L., Lenne, M., Symmons, M., Newstead, S., Hillard, P., McClure R. Finding evidence-based strategies to improve motorcycle safety: a case-control study on serious injury crashes in Victoria. Proceedings of the 2013 Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference, Brisbane; 2013
186. Cornelissen, M., Salmon, P.M., McClure R., Stanton, N.A. What are they doing: testing a structured cognitive work analysis-based approach for identifying different road user strategies. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 56th Annual Meeting, HFES 2012;Boston, MA: 363-367
187. Cornelissen, M., Salmon, P.M., McClure R., Stanton, N.A. Performance variability: Black and white or shades of grey? 5th International symposium on Resilience Engineering, Soesterberg, 2013 http://www.rea-symposium.org/
188. Rose, G., Thompson, R., Amani ,B., McClure R. Understanding P2W Ownership and Use in Melbourne Proceedings of Australasian Transport Research Forum 2012; 26-28, Perth, Australia. Publication website: http://www.patrec.org/atrf.aspx

Editorial

189. McClure, R.J., Mack, K., Wilkins, N.  Injury Prevention: Achieving population change Injury Prevention 2018 (in press)
190. McClure, R.J. What is this thing call injury prevention? Injury Prevention 2018 (in press)
191. McClure, R.J. Editorial License: What gets published and why? Injury Prevention 2018;24:105-105
192. McClure, R.J. Injury Prevention: Where to from here? Injury Prevention 2018;24:1
193. McClure, R.J. Catalyzing State Public Health Agency Actions to Prevent Injuries and Violence: Introductory remarks. Journal of Public Health Management & Practice 2018; 24 Suppl 1:S1-S2
194. McClure, R.J., Mack, K. Injury Surveillance as a distributed system of systems Injury Prevention 2016;22 Suppl 1:i1–i2.
195. McClure, R.J. “..solitary, poore, nasty, brutish, and short.” Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2013;37:203-204.
196. McClure, R.J. Injury risk and prevention in context. Injury Prevention 2010;16:361-2.

Non-peer reviewed articles in Journals and Proceedings

1. McKenzie, K., Waller, G., Walker, S., Enraght-Mooney, E., Harrison, J., Henley, G., McClure, R. Quality of external cause of injury data in hospital records: what do clinical coders think? Coding Matters. 2006;13:1-4.
2. Canuto, C., Craig, D., McClure, R., Young, L., Shannon C. Woorabinda community-owned injury prevention project Aboriginal & Island Health Worker 2000;24:10-12.
3. McClure, R.J., MacKenzie, E.J., Luchter, S. Lessons learned using the Functional Capacity Index (FCI). Proceedings 3rd International Conference, Measuring the Burden of Injury. Baltimore 2000: 63-67

Policy Briefs

1. Van Ratele K, Niekerk A, Tonsing S, Seedat M, Jacobs R, McClure R, & Helman, R. 2016. Addressing the Vulnerability of Men in South African Violence Prevention Policy: A Call to Make Males Visible in Policies and Programmes Tackling Violence (Policy Brief). Lenasia & Parow: ISHS, University of South Africa & VIPRU, South African Medical Research Council & University of South Africa
REPORTS
1. Mitchell, R., Cameron, C.M., McClure, R.J. Injury attributable health care use and mortality in Australia Macquarie University, Sydney 2016
2. Ogea-Ginsburg, P., VanderWerf-Hourigan, L., Borges, M., Brutsch, E., Sachdeva, N., McClure, R., Dellinger, A., Alonzo, J. An Assessment of the North D,akota Department of Health Division of Injury Prevention and Control.  Safe States Alliance. Washington 2016
3. Stephens-Stidham, S., Williams, S., Brown, S., Ogea-Ginsburg, P., Gilmartin, S., Newton., McClure, R. An Assessment of the Florida Department of Health Injury Prevention Section.  Safe States Alliance. Washington 2015
4. Berecki-Gisolf, J., Collie, A., McClure, R.J. Outcomes of Compensated Injury WorkSafe Victoria The Medicare linkage study Monash University, Melbourne 2015
5. Mahmooie, B.H., Bericki-Gisolf J., Hahn, Y., McClure, R.J. The cost of comorbidity to the Transport Accident Commission Compensation Scheme Monash University, Melbourne 2014
6. Goode, N., Spencer, C., Archer, F., Salmon, P., McArdle, D, McClure R. Review of Recent Australian Disaster Inquiries. Monash University, 2012
7. Clay, F., Collie, A., McClure, R., Palaygi A. Information based Interventions for Injury Recovery: A Rapid Review. Motor Accidents Authority of NSW, 2011
8. Davis, E., Roselli, T., McClure, R. The Child Injury Prevention Project: Final Evaluation Report. Queensland Health. Brisbane. 2008
9. Hughes, K., Newman, B., Jones, S., Hauser, D., Patterso, E., Barnett, L., van Beurden, E., Dietrich, U., John-Leader, F., Vardon, P., Davis, E., and McClure, R. Evaluation of Stay of your Feet Program IPCA, 2007
10. McClure, R., Davis, E. A review of the Tasmanian Neurotrauma Research Group. Motor Accident Insurance Board of Tasmania. Launceston 2006
11. Trauma Plan working group for the Queensland Medical Emergency System Advisory Committee (QEMSAC) and the Royal Australian College of Surgeon (RACS). A trauma Plan for Queensland. Brisbane 2006
12. Tippett, V., FitzGerald, R., Pollard, C., Clark M., Schuetz, M., Geraghty, T., Aitken, L., Kassulke, D, Bellamy, N, McClure, R, Elcock M. Trauma Plan Project 2001-2005 Australian Centre for Prehospital Research, Brisbane 2006
13. Yorkston, E., Turner, C., et al and McClure. Child Injury Prevention Project Mount Isa and Mackay, Midterm Evaluation Report. IPCA Brisbane 2006
14. McClure, R., Brough, M., Akbar, H., Eldridge, M., Davis, E. Meeting Challenges Making Choices; Case Studies Report. IPCA 2005
15. The National Public Health Partnership. The National Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Plan 2004-2014. NPHP, Canberra, 2004
16. Yorkston, E.,Turner, C., McClure et al. Child Injury Prevention Project Mount Isa and Mackay, Baseline Evaluation Report. IPCA Brisbane 2004
17. McClure, R.J., Spinks A. et al. Injury Prevention in Children 0-4 years of age. IPCA, Brisbane 2002
18. Bigby, K.J., McClure, R.J., Green AC. Inflatable Rescue Boat (IRB) injuries in surf lifesavers during the 2000 competitive season. Queensland Transport – Maritime Safety Division, Brisbane, 2002
19. Spinks, A., McClure, R.J. and the Queensland Health Injury Task-group. An integrated Injury Information System for Queensland Queensland Health, Brisbane 2001
20. McClure, R.J., Neale, R., Rokkas, P., Fischer J., Bellamy N. Injury coding in the Queensland Compulsory Third Party Scheme, Motor Accident Insurance Commission, Brisbane 2001
21. The Queensland Trauma Registry The Queensland Trauma Registry Procedures Manual 1998-2000, Version 2.19 University of Queensland, Brisbane 2001
22. The Queensland Trauma Registry The distribution and determinants of injury in Brisbane University of Queensland, Brisbane 2000
23. Neale, R., Kassulke, D., McClure, R.J. Trauma Registry Report 1998 University of Queensland, Brisbane 2000
24. Evans, J., Burrow,s C. et al. Rehabilitation in the Queensland Compulsory Third Party Scheme since 1994 Motor Accident Insurance Commission, Brisbane 2000
25. McClure R.J., Loos, C. Astbrink, G. REHADAT Australia National Disability Data Linkage Project University of Queensland, Brisbane 1998

Public access web-based information systems

1. McClure, R.J., Loos, C., Hutchins C. The Australian Injury Prevention Database. University of Queensland, Brisbane 2000. http://www.sph.uq.edu.au/ipg/aipd/Home.asp

Op-ed articles in the popular press

1. Salmon, P., Hulme, A., Read, G., Thompson, J., McClure, R.J. Rethinking the causes of road trauma: why society’s problems must share the blame The Conversation. August 30, 2017
2. McClure, R.J. Road toll and smoking campaigns good precedents for the fight against alcohol-fuelled violence Sydney Morning Herald January 6, 2014
3. McClure, R.J. Big killers overshadow a simple one – injury. Sydney Morning Herald January 2, 2013.
4. McClure, R.J. The Science of Injury Prevention. The Conversation. May 1, 2011.

Clinical Skills and Experience

  • Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine
  • Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors

Memberships

  • Australian Epidemiological Association
  • Faculty of Public Health Medicine
  • Australian Institute of Company Directors

Consultancy Interests

Systems Science applications in Population Health