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Farm Injury Project Phase I

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Phase I

Application of novel communication technologies to the study of farm families: a randomized controlled trial. Day L. Dosman J. Hagel L. Dostaler S. Snodgrass P. Thiessen J. Brison RJ. Biem HJ. Marlenga BL. Koehncke N. Crowe T. Pahwa P. Pickett W. Preventive Medicine. 46(4):364-9, 2008 Apr.

The Saskatchewan Farm Injury Cohort: rationale and methodology.
Pickett W. Day L. Hagel L. Brison RJ. Marlenga B. Pahwa P. Koehncke N. Crowe T. Snodgrass P. Dosman J. Public Health Reports. 123(5):567-75, 2008 Sep-Oct.

Prevention of agricultural injuries: an evaluation of an education-based intervention.
Hagel LM. Pickett W. Pahwa P. Day L. Brison RJ. Marlenga B. Crowe T. Snodgrass P. Ulmer K. Dosman JA. Injury Prevention. 14(5):290-5, 2008 Oct.

Relationship between sleep loss and economic worry among farmers: a survery of 94 active saskatchewan noncorporate farms. LaBrash LF. Pahwa P. Pickett W. Hagel LM. Snodgrass PR. Dosman JA. Journal of Agromedicine. 13(3):149-54, 2008.

Operational safety practices as determinants of machinery-related injury on Saskatchewan farms. Narasimhan GR. Peng Y. Crowe TG. Hagel L. Dosman J. Pickett W. Saskatchewan Farm Injury Cohort Team. Accident Analysis & Prevention. 42(4):1226-31, 2010 Jul.

Farm work exposure of older male farmers in Saskatchewan. Voaklander DC. Dosman JA. Hagel LM. Warsh J. Pickett W. Saskatchewan Farm Injury Cohort Study Team.
American Journal of Industrial Medicine. 53(7):706-15, 2010 Jul.

Determinants of agricultural injury: a novel application of population health theory.
Pickett W. Hagel LM. Day AG. Day L. Sun X. Brison RJ. Marlenga BL. King M. Crowe T. Pahwa P. Koehncke N. Dosman J.
Injury Prevention. 16(6):376-82, 2010 Dec.

Impact of long farm working hours on child safety practices in agricultural settings. Marlenga B, Pahwa P, Hagel L, Dosman J, Pickett W, for the Saskatchewan farm Injury Cohort Study Team. The Journal of Rural Health 26:366-372 2010

Socioeconomic status and injury in a cohort of Saskatchewan farmers.
Pickett W. Day AG. Hagel L. Sun X. Day L. Marlenga B. Brison RJ. Pahwa P. Crowe T. Voaklander DC. Dosman J. Journal of Rural Health. 27(3):245-54, 2011.

Gender and occupational health and safety requirements among Saskatchewan farm adolescents. Crouchman E. Ding K. Hagel L. Dosman J. Pickett W. Saskatchewan Farm Injury Cohort Study Team. Journal of Agricultural Safety & Health. 17(4):343-54, 2011 Oct.

The relationship between fatigue-related factors and work-related injuries in the Saskatchewan farm Injury Cohort study. Lilley R, Day L, Koehncke N, Dosman J, Hagel L, Pickett P. American Journal of Industrial Medicine. 2012 Apr;55(4): 367-75.

Older farmers and machinery exposure-cause for concern? Voaklander D, Day L, Dosman J, Hagel L, Pickett W. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 2012 Sep 11

Safety Features on Agricultural Machines and Farm Structures in Saskatchewan.
Pickett W, Hagel L, Dosman JA, The Saskatchewan Farm Injury Study Team.
Journal of Agromedicine. 2012 Oct;17(4):421-424

Loud snoring is a risk factor for occupational injury on farms. Dosman J, Hagel L, skomoro R, Sun X, Day A, Pickett W for the Saskatchewan Farm Injury study Team . Canadian Respiratory Journal, 20(1):42-6, 2013 Jan-Feb

Economic worry and the presence of safety hazards on farms
Hagel L, Pahwa P, Dosman J, Pickett W. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 53:156-60, 2013 Apr.


Knowledge Translation                          

Saskatchewan Farm Injury Project – Report to participants
March 2011 Download as pdf (1.8 MB)

Saskatchewan Farm Injury Project: 6 years later – Report to participants
January, 2013 Download as pdf (3.5 MB)

15 scientific articles were published from the research conducted during Phase I.

Two important knowledge translation tools were developed for the study participants.

Public education sessions were given at six community meetings.