Research in Action Blog
The CIRP@CHOP Teen Driver Safety Research team uses several methodological approaches in our research, including: evidence-based intervention design and evaluation, driving simulation, on road driving assessment, and analysis of existing data sources. As the CIRP@CHOP Director of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, I have been working to find ways to improve the methods with which researchers analyze existing data sources to boost teen driver safety.
I'm proud to note that today's post marks our 100th blog post! We are excited for improvements to our blog this year, but also wanted to take a look back at our most popular blog posts from the last year. They are:
1. A Tragic Mix: Teens Driving Multiple Passengers - On the heels of multiple tragic teen driver deaths in in March 2013, Suzanne Hill suggests how parents can help train their teens to become both safer drivers, as well as passengers, and how teens can discuss ways to support each other in making safer choices.