Graham Hancox
Graham Hancox
Loughborough Design School
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TitleCited byYear
Drivers' willingness to engage with their mobile phone: the influence of phone function and road demand
G Hancox, J Richardson, A Morris
IET Intelligent Transport Systems 7 (2), 215-222, 2013
102013
Impact assessment of ITS applications for vulnerable road users
J Scholliers, M Van Noort, C Johansson, D Mans, A Silla, D Bell, ...
Transportation Research Procedia 14, 4515-4524, 2016
62016
Current and future trends in VRU accidents in Europe-why we need ITS solutions
G Hancox, A Morris, A Silla, J Scholliers, M van Noort, D Bell
© The Authors., 2015
52015
Systems mapping for technology development in CBRN response
G Hancox, S Hignett, H Pillin, S Kintzios, J Silmäri, CLP Thomas
International Journal of Emergency Services 7 (2), 111-119, 2018
42018
Quantifying the effectiveness of ITS in improving safety of VRUs
A Silla, P Rämä, L Leden, M Van Noort, J de Kruijff, D Bell, A Morris, ...
IET Intelligent Transport Systems 11 (3), 164-172, 2017
32017
Implementation scenarios
A García Meléndez, O Pérez Martín, A Morris, G Hancox, D Bell, ...
VRUITS project deliverable D 2, 2014
32014
A headway to improve PTW rider safety within the EU through three types of ITS
A Silla, L Leden, P Rämä, J Scholliers, M van Noort, A Morris, G Hancox, ...
European Transport Research Review 10 (2), 18, 2018
22018
A guide for policy makers: on reducing road fatalities
A Morley, A Morris, MA Semaan, G Hancox
© PwC, 2017
22017
Critical accident scenarios for cyclists and how they can be addressed through ITS solutions
A Morris, G Hancox, O Martin, D Bell, C Johansson, P Rosander, ...
International Cycling Safety Conference, 2013
22013
Designing for behavioural safety
A Morris, G Hancox
Design for Behaviour Change, 200-215, 2017
12017
Improving the safety and mobility of vulnerable road users through ITS applications [VRUITS] D4. 1 Usability assessment of selected applications
PC Cacciabue, M Cassani, D Bell, A Morris, G Hancox, ABG Melendez, ...
European Commission/VRUITS© VTT, 2016
12016
Are intelligent transport systems effective in improving the safety of vulnerable road users?
A Silla, P Rama, L Leden, M van Noort, J de Kruijff, D Bell, A Morris, ...
© The Authors, 2015
12015
Work as Done in the Emergency Department Response to CBRN Events: A Comparative Study
S Razak, S Hignett, J Barnes, G Hancox
International Conference on Healthcare Ergonomics and Patient Safety, 82-89, 2019
2019
Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive (CBRNe) events: Systematic literature review of evacuation, triage and decontamination for vulnerable people
S Hignett, G Hancox, M Edmunds Otter
International Journal of Emergency Services, 2019
2019
Integrating macro and micro hierarchical task analyses to embed new medical devices in complex systems
S Hignett, G Hancox, H Pillin, J Silmari, A O˘Leary, E Brodrick
Healthcare Ergonomics & Patient Safety (HEPS 2019) International Con-ference …, 2019
2019
Applying Human Factors Methods to Explore ˇWork as Imagined˘and ˇWork as Done˘in the Emergency Departments Response to Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Events
S Razak, S Hignett, J Barnes, G Hancox
Congress of the International Ergonomics Association, 102-110, 2018
2018
Ergonomics Systems Mapping for Professional Responder Inter-operability in Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Events
G Hancox, S Hignett, H Pillin, S Kintzios, J Silmäri, CLP Thomas
Congress of the International Ergonomics Association, 89-96, 2018
2018
Applying Human Factors Methods to Explore ˇWork as Imagined˘and ˇWork as Done˘in the Emergency Departments Response to Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Events
G Hancox
Proceedings of the 20th Congress of the International Ergonomics Association …, 2018
2018
17 Designing for behavioural safety
A Morris, G Hancox
Design for Behaviour Change: Theories and practices of designing for change, 60, 2017
2017
Design for behavioural safety
A Morris, G Hancox
© Routledge, 2017
2017
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