Master theses | ISAC

Master theses from the research group Injuries' Social Aetiology and Consequences (ISAC) at the Department of Public Health Sciences, in the last 10 years.

Master in Public Health Sciences 

Year Author Title
2015 Yingtong Ding Demographic and geographic patterns of road traffic injury deaths in Jiangsu Province, China
2013 Venus Hailemichael Hailesilassie Mandatory course for private driver training and change in road traffic crash morbidity and mortality among young drivers. A before and after study in Sweden 1998-2009
2010 Benjamin A. Kamala Pattern and health outcomes of fall related child injuries in a low income setting: A cross sectional study in Dar es Salaam

Qualified Degree of Master students – Global health 

Year Author Title
2015 Iona Crumley  Remote Expert Diagnosis in Trauma and Emergency Medicine. Understanding Perspectives from the Tele-Experts in a Resource Constrained Setting, with Regards to Acute Burn Care
2014 Constance Boissin  Validity of experts’ evaluation of burn injuries using pictures taken from a camera phone
2013 Anders Klingberg Pediatric burn injuries in urban and rural Western Cape
2011 Sara D Eriksson Paediatric trauma care of road traffic injuries in rural Kenya. A hospital based study in Nyanza provincial hospital, Kisumu
2010 Lisa Blom  Epidemiology of fatal burn injuries in rural South Africa – A register-based study from the province of Mpumalanga
2007 Naana Frempong (Erasmus student) A description of childhood injuries on the African context

Theses medical students

Year Author Title
2015 Emil Kronbald-Karlsson Guideline compliance of burn referrals of children below the age of 5 in a low/middle income setting. A study in the Western Cape Province, South Africa
2015 Tim Stenberg Compliance with referral guidelines and referral pattern of burns in a pediatric trauma unit in the Western Cape, South Africa
2013 Henrik Hallén The socio-demographic distribution of burn injuries of different severity levels in resource poor settings. A hospital-based study in the Western Cape Province, South Africa
2013 Rimy Mosa Immunosuppressive comorbidities and short-term recovery of patients with burn injury in resource poor settings. A hospital-based register study in the Western Cape Region, South Africa
2013 Sazia Rahman mobileHealth in emergency care; Acceptance and attitudes of South African physicians and nurses regarding mHealth in burn injury care
2013 Pontus Olsson Clinical and demographic characteristics of patients with burn injuries and the treatment given during transportation by ambulance in Cape Town, South Africa
2012 Bahira Shahim Injuries among children in Oman