The Research and Data Division (RADD) is excited to launch our new informational webinar series, RADD REVIEWS!
RADD REVIEWS will feature emerging and interesting topics in traffic safety, including expert guest speakers, data analysis interpretations, and overviews of relevant and recent research!
Friday, February 15, 2019 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. PST
Understanding the Puzzle of Young Drivers
Dick Doane, WTSC Research Investigator
Zeyno Nixon, Previous WTSC Senior Research Associate
In this webinar, we will review many of the important findings on young drivers and the problems they pose for those of us who work in traffic safety, as well as all drivers on public roads in our state. Their brains are developing through crucial stages that adults can neither hasten nor prevent. However, we can focus our efforts more strategically on understanding these developmental events. Learning how these developmental issues show up in our traffic crash data, as well as in many other health and safety categories, can help us to design better injury prevention policies and programs in order to keep them – and the rest of us – safer while these developmental sequences run their course.
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PREVIOUS RADD REVIEWS
- September 28, 2018
From Pavlov to Placebos: Implications from Research for Traffic Safety: Watch Recording View Presentation
- June 26, 2018
Emerging Issues with Poly-Drug Use on Washington Roadways: Watch Recording View Presentation
- May 8, 2018
Washington’s Traffic Safety System in the 21st Century: How are we performing?: Watch Recording View Presentation
- September 28, 2018
For more information or to share ideas about future topics, contact Dick Doane, Research Investigator
firstname.lastname@example.org (360) 725-9894