Designing Effective Road Safety Education Interventions
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This interactive workshop, led by Elizabeth Box, will build on her earlier fringe presentation "Revitalising Road Safety: Harnessing Education for Lasting Impact".
The hands-on session will guide participants through the process of developing impactful road safety education interventions.
Elizabeth will lead participants through an intervention design example, which will enable participants to gain a deeper understanding of how to create effective interventions. The workshop will help to equip attendees with the tools they need to enhance local educational provisions and make a tangible impact on road safety.
Facilitator: Dr Elizabeth Box, Research Director, RAC Foundation
Elizabeth is an accomplished transport researcher and commissioner with almost two decades of experience. She has an excellent track record in influencing and contributing to road safety policy outcomes at the national level.
Elizabeth is the Research Director at the RAC Foundation, an independent charity which researches the environmental, mobility, safety and economic issues relating to roads and their users. She is also a Behavioural Science Consultant at Co-Pilot, a start-up which develops evidence-based road safety education.
Elizabeth has a PhD in Transport Psychology from Cranfield University, where she focused on developing and trialling pre-driver education interventions grounded in behavioural science. Elizabeth is an advisor to several road safety industry and government project boards and is a judge for the Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards. She is also a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Highways and Transportation, a technical champion for the organisation as well as a judge for the Institute’s annual Road Safety Award.