Himalaya Singh has a background in Information Technology and spatial Information Science. He commenced his PhD to apply these skills in the sports and physical activity setting. Having a passion for sports and a mind set for spatial thinking, his research focuses on using geospatial methods in the sport injury prevention context. Himalaya's investigation intend to apply novel applications of spatial epidemiological approaches to sports injury data, which will offer significant benefits for injury surveillance, allocation of resources and development of effective prevention programs. His aim is to provide evidence to policy makers that will lead to better informed decisions in injury prevention programs and policy development.
Singh H, Fortington LV, Thompson H, Finch CF. An overview of geospatial methods used in unintentional injury epidemiology. Injury epidemiology.2016. 3(1):32.
Applications of geospatial methods in injury and trauma data analysis: A systematic review, Safety 2016, Tampere Finland, September 2016.
Geographical variation of sports and leisure injury hospitalisation data of Victoria, Australia, Safety 2016, Tampere Finland, September 2016.
Applications of geospatial methods in injury and trauma data analysis: A systematic review. Australasian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference, Sydney, November 2015.
Spatial epidemiology: A new approach for understanding and preventing sport injuries. ACRISP Research Retreat and Conference, Hepburn Springs, June 2015.
Spatial epidemiology of sports and recreational injuries. FedUni Research Conference, Ballarat, November 2014.