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2013Public understanding of climate change and adaptation in South Australia: Final reportHanson-Easey, S.; Bi, P.; Hansen, A.; Williams, S.; Nitschke, M.; Saniotis, A.; Zhang, Y.; Hodgetts, K.; National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility
2018What can we learn about workplace heat stress management from a safety regulator complaints database?Hansen, A.; Pisaniello, D.; Varghese, B.; Rowett, S.; Hanson-Easey, S.; Bi, P.; Nitschke, M.
2019Geographical variation in risk of work-related injuries and illnesses associated with ambient temperatures: a multi-city case-crossover study in Australia, 2005–2016Varghese, B.; Barnett, A.; Hansen, A.; Bi, P.; Heyworth, J.; Sim, M.; Hanson-Easey, S.; Nitschke, M.; Rowett, S.; Pisaniello, D.
2019Heatwave and work-related injuries and illnesses in Adelaide, Australia: a case-crossover analysis using the Excess Heat Factor (EHF) as a universal heatwave indexVarghese, B.; Hansen, A.; Nitschke, M.; Nairn, J.; Hanson-Easey, S.; Bi, P.; Pisaniello, D.
2019Characterising the impact of heatwaves on work-related injuries and illnesses in three Australian cities using a standard heatwave definition- Excess Heat Factor (EHF)Varghese, B.; Barnett, A.; Hansen, A.; Bi, P.; Nairn, J.; Rowett, S.; Nitschke, M.; Hanson-Easey, S.; Heyworth, J.; Sim, M.; Pisaniello, D.
2020Using a qualitative phenomenological approach to inform the etiology and prevention of occupational heat-related injuries in AustraliaHansen, A.L.; Williams, S.; Hanson-Easey, S.; Varghese, B.M.; Bi, P.; Heyworth, J.; Nitschke, M.; Rowett, S.; Sim, M.R.; Pisaniello, D.L.