Center for Injury Research and Prevention

TeenDrivingPlan

New Resource Alert: TeenDriverSource.org

February 26, 2018
Access free resources to help families prepare teens to become safe skilled drivers -- based on more than a decade of research at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia -- at TeenDriverSource.org.

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Exploring Gender Issues in Parent-Supervised Driving

September 22, 2015
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.

Teen Driving Webinar: "Proven and Promising Programs to Reach Parents"

April 16, 2015
Join us for a webinar on proven and promising programs to reach parents of teen drivers featuring Jessica H. Mirman, PhD, who will walk attendees through the TeenDrivingPlan Parent Guide, a new resource based on years of CHOP research to help parents effectively supervise practice driving.

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New Resource Alert: TeenDrivingPlan Parent Guide

March 12, 2015
Download and share the TeenDrivingPlan Parent Guide with families to help them keep teen drivers safe and learning. This interactive resource is based on years of research at CHOP and also includes a Goal Guide and Logging and Planning Tool to keep everyone on track.

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Lifesavers’ Teen Driver Workshop Highlights

January 22, 2015
Lifesavers Conference arriving soon in Chicago on March 15-17. The Teen Traffic Safety Track workshops feature more than a dozen evidence-based programs and policies from 10 states-- covering all three stages of GDL. Here are some highlights.

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Reach Diverse Populations Across GDL Continuum: How to Connect Researchers, Stakeholders, and Programs?

August 12, 2014
How can we better connect to improve road traffic safety with a focus on how teens learn to drive? Researchers and traffic safety practitioners all want youth to grow to their full potential. Doing so will require joining proven effective skill-building and risk-reduction interventions across the Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) continuum and making them broadly accessible through programs for diverse populations.

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Harnessing the Tools of Marketers for Prevention Science

July 29, 2014
Think about the last time you had a good online shopping experience.You probably felt like it was personal, pleasant, and quickly met your needs. Right? Well, behind such an experience is a very sophisticated process that involves user-centered design and testing, user tracking, evaluation, continuous improvement, and an eye towards creating a personal encounter and a loyal customer. Learn how CIRP@CHOP is using these marketing tools to deliver an online program to teach teens how to drive.

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Turning the Spotlight on the Learner Phase of Driving

June 23, 2014
Principal Investigator of CIRP@CHOP's TeenDrivingPlan research, Jessica Mirman, describes the decision to focus her efforts on the learner period of GDL to answer the question, "How can we help parent supervisors make the most of their practice time with their teenagers?" Initial results show intervention increases variety of practice drives and improves teenagers' driving performance.

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