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Better Crash Reports Could Improve Bike Safety
To equal other technological advancements and improve the safety of bicyclists, multiple bicycle-crash-scene codes should be created for immediate data entry," said co-author Anne Lusk, research scientist in the Department of Nutrition at Harvard Chan.
In a paper published in the ...
In a paper published in the journal Injury Prevention, Prof. Anne Lusk of the Harvard School of Public Health gathered crash templates on reports for 300 crashes in New York City between cars and bikes from a pool of 3,350 in 2011.
co-authors took the existing text and hand-drawn scene descriptions from these reports and reinterpreted them in accordance with the Model Minimum Uniform Crash Criteria reporting standard that many state police departments have adopted.
Anne Lusk, bicyclists, bike lanes, road safety, traffic and roads
To equal other technological advancements ...
To equal other technological advancements and improve theÂ safetyÂ of bicyclists, multiple bicycle-crash-scene codes should be created for immediate data entry,â€� said co-authorÂ Anne Lusk, research scientist in theÂ Department of NutritionÂ at Harvard Chan.
Walk like you mean it for best health benefits | Rx Blog
According to Anne Lusk, a research associate at the Harvard School of Public Health, less than 3 miles per hour is considered slow walking, more than 3 miles per hour is considered brisk walking and more than 4 miles per hour is considered very brisk walking.
She goes on to say to figure out your speed, count your steps per minute: 3 miles per hour is about 120 steps a minute, while 4 miles per hour is about 135 steps a minute.
Anne Lusk - Boston, ...
Anne Lusk - Boston, USA
Anne Lusk is a Research Fellow at the Harvard School of Public Health (Ph.D.), currently funded through the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Dr. Lusk has earned her Ph.D. in Architecture, alongside a major in Environment and Behaviour, and a minor in Urban Planning.
She has a twenty-five year history working on greenways, helped found the Vermont Trails and Greenways Council and the Vermont Bicycle and Pedestrian Coalition, and was Vice Chair of American Trails and Chair of the National Recreation and Park Association Citizen Board Member Branch.
is working on a project comparing the environmental characteristics of ten highly frequented greenways with ten not highly frequented greenways in order to test the hypothesis that highly frequented greenways have destinations that meet human needs.
wrote a magnificent document titled "Pushing the Design Boundaries", which is now available on the web, as well as a chapter in The Humane Metropolis, edited by Rutherford Platt, titled "Promoting Health and Fitness through Urban Design."