One a week

Refrencing

One a Week

Sometimes searching for the latest articles, papers or content on the areas of crowd safety can be challenging. For most of us it is all a bit of a fuss, and we would rather not. 

To save you the effort we will be gathering pieces that you may find interesting

This week's reading

Previous reading

Below we keep a link to all previous reading material

In case you missed out on our previous posts we have saved them below. This allows you to pick up any of the content whenever suits you.

Global mass gathering events and deaths due to crowd surge, stampedes, crush and physical injuries – Lessons from the Seoul Halloween and other disasters

Sharma, A., McCloskey, B., Hui, D.S., Rambia, A., Zumla, A., Traore, T., Shafi, S., El-Kafrawy, S.A., Azhar, E.I., Zumla, A. and Rodrigues-Morales, A.J., 2023. Travel medicine and infectious disease52.

Compression asphyxia and other clinicopathological findings from the Hillsborough Stadium disaster

Jerry P Nolan , Jasmeet Soar, Nathaniel Cary, Nigel Cooper, Jack Crane, Ashley Fegan-Earl, William Lawler, Philip Lumb, Guy Rutty

Compression asphyxia and other clinicopathological findings from the Hillsborough Stadium disaster

Jerry P Nolan , Jasmeet Soar, Nathaniel Cary, Nigel Cooper, Jack Crane, Ashley Fegan-Earl, William Lawler, Philip Lumb, Guy Rutty

Understanding collective flight responses to (mis) perceived hostile threats in Britain 2010-2019: a systematic review of ten years of false alarms in crowded spaces

Dermot Barr, John Drury & Sanjeedah Choudhury

Extreme Value Analysis Extreme Value Analysis: its potential use in crowd safety planning

Mick Upton

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