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Learn about a study funded by the National Science Foundation that is developing novel approaches to keep driver attention on the road. .CHOP, Drexel and VTTI researchers are studying driver inattention through machine learning and big data with a grant from the National Science Foundation. Learn about a new study, funded by the National Science Foundation, that is novel approaches to help keep driver attention on the road. exploring driver inattention .
Read more for a round up of newsworthy articles about child injury prevention from the past month.
Learn about how CIRP is establishing a new Neuroscience of Driving Research Program that will bridge basic neuroscience with applied driving research at the clinical and broader population level.
Learn about Teen Driving Track sessions to attend on driving assessment and GDL advocacy at this year's Lifesavers Conference to be held April 22-24 in San Antonio.
As 2017 draws to a close, let's take a look back at Research in Action's most popular posts in the last year.
Read about a research summary that examines the role of the brain’s executive functions in driving outcomes, also known as crashes, for adolescent drivers.
Read about how Emily Sykes, BS went directly from a co-op student opportunity to full-time Research Coordinator in two years at CIRP@CHOP, learning a lot about teen driving program planning and evaluation along the way.
Learn how to establish and implement an evidence-informed, practical process to plan, select, and evaluate teen driver safety programs with this new resource from experts at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).
View and share two new YouTube videos on the TeenDrivingPlan Channel with parents to help them more effectively supervise their teens' driving practice.
Read about how one of CIRP@CHOP's student researchers is continuing to study gender issues in practice driving now as part of our clinical team.