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  • Review article: DINED (Delivery-related INjuries in the Emergency Department) part 1: A scoping review of risk factors and injuries affecting food delivery riders #MMPMID35037394
  • McKinlay A; Mitchell G; Bertenshaw C
  • Emerg Med Australas 2022[Apr]; 34 (2): 150-156 PMID35037394show ga
  • This scoping review describes the current state of research about two-wheeled delivery riders who have been injured while performing commercial food delivery. The key areas of interest are the patterns of injury, associated risk factors and current gaps in knowledge. Five databases were searched to identify key papers that describe injuries to two-wheeled food delivery riders. Papers were assessed for quality and eligibility and key information was extracted relating to patterns of injury and risk factors. From an initial 264 records from PubMed, Embase, CINAHL, Scopus and SafetyLit, studies were screened by title, abstract and full text to yield 12 key papers for analysis. No papers reporting on Australian data were identified. Men comprise over 85% of workers in the food delivery industry. The average age of injured riders varies by country, but is commonly under 30 years old. Most injuries are lower limb musculoskeletal injuries, although there are no consistent data about frequency, severity or cost to the healthcare system. Twenty-three key risk factors were categorised according to rider characteristics, working conditions and environmental factors. The most common risk factors were younger age, lack of driving experience, time-pressured work and inadequate protective gear. There are very few publications describing food delivery rider injuries and risk factors. This is an emerging industry in which the worker population may be younger and more vulnerable. Given the different legal and cultural contexts across different countries, Australian-specific research is needed.
  • |*Motorcycles[MESH]
  • |*Wounds and Injuries[MESH]
  • |Accidents, Traffic[MESH]
  • |Adult[MESH]
  • |Australia/epidemiology[MESH]
  • |Emergency Service, Hospital[MESH]
  • |Humans[MESH]
  • |Male[MESH]
  • |Risk Factors[MESH]


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