Research in Action Blog

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Nations Can Agree on Road Safety

Today we welcome guest blogger T. Bella Dinh-Zarr, PhD, MPH, the U.S. Director of the FIA Foundation, to discuss the upcoming United Nations General Assembly debate about Road Safety, taking place on April 10.

Why the Focus Should Be on “Engaged Driving” for Teens

While working with other auto safety researchers over the past year as part of a distracted driving panel organized by the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (AAAM) and State Farm®, I have been introduced to the term “engaged driving” and prefer it to the term “distracted driving.” I think it better describes what we want drivers to do to be safe.

Use of Analytics Essential to Web-based Outreach

Read a guest blog post from Tyler Chance, a junior at Drexel University, who shares his insights about about his time as a Drexel co-op student at CIRP@CHOP.

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