Public Health Insight

Road Safety: Leadership, Policies, & Best Practices

September 08, 2020 PHI Productions
Public Health Insight
Road Safety: Leadership, Policies, & Best Practices
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Public Health Insight
Road Safety: Leadership, Policies, & Best Practices
Sep 08, 2020
PHI Productions

Road traffic collisions are largely preventable, however, it consistently remains one of the top 10 leading causes of premature death every year. The Public Health Insight Podcast discusses the role of leadership and institutional management in preventing road traffic collisions and Vision Zero as a framework to address road safety. The conversation concludes with an overview of some effective best practices and evidence-based interventions, such as seatbelts, drink-driving laws, and helmets. 

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Show Notes

Road traffic collisions are largely preventable, however, it consistently remains one of the top 10 leading causes of premature death every year. The Public Health Insight Podcast discusses the role of leadership and institutional management in preventing road traffic collisions and Vision Zero as a framework to address road safety. The conversation concludes with an overview of some effective best practices and evidence-based interventions, such as seatbelts, drink-driving laws, and helmets. 

Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook. We would love it if you shared your thoughts by commenting on our posts, sending us a direct message through social media, or by emailing us at ThePublicHealthInsight@gmail.com. Until then, we’ll see you in the next one.

If you like our show, feel free to lend us some support by making a contribution on our Patreon page (link below) so we can continue creating the content that you enjoy as we expand the Public Health Insight Community.

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Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/publichealthinsight)