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R. Keig Stallman and PK, K., A proposed framework for developing a plan for research in life saving and water safety, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
R. Keig Stallman, Junge, M., and Blixt, T., The teaching of swimming based on a model derived from the causes of drowning, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
R. Keig Stallman, A comparison of performance on a 200m combined test with and without outer clothing, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 199.
R. Keig Stallman, Perceived versus real aquatic competence: the 'Can You Swim' project, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 213.
R. Keig Stallman, A graded approach to a definition of ‘Can Swim’, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 214.
R. Keig Stallman, The validity of a 1000m distance test as a predictor of swimming competence & The validity of swimming speed as a predictor of swimming competence, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 225.
R. Keig Stallman, A Norwegian model of swimming competency, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 249.
R. Keig Stallman, Bridging the gap – the transition between pool and open water: A pedagogical drowning prevention approach, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 250.
R. Keig Stallman, The 'Buddy System' – Hands around the globe: Improving communication and cooperation between ILS member nations, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 294.
R. Keig Stallman, Laakso, B. W., and Hornemann, E., Quantifying the Increased Challenge to Swimming Skill Imposed by Clothing, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 100.
R. Keig Stallman and Hindmarch, T. E., Lifesaving as a Sport and as a Tool of Rescue: A Comparative Observational Analysis, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 290.
R. Keig Stallman, The Relationship between the concepts „Can swim“, „Water Competence“ and „Water Safety“, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 324.
R. Keig Stallman, Balanced progress: optimal protection in a drowning prevention context - a conceptual model, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 83.
R. Keig Stallman, Parallel Teaching: Maximizing teaching efficiency - optimizing learning effect, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 89.