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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Road safety and Aboriginal people

 

Overview

This project will undertake an extensive examination of factors underlying the high incidents of Aboriginal people in road crashes in Australia. The project will help to build new research partnerships and community capacity and in addition, produce high quality data that will inform the development of programs aimed at closing the gap in the area of road safety.

The project involves three major stages; recruitment and consultations with participants, a survey, and developing a community perspective with feedback of findings.

The project involves researchers from four Australian universities (NSW, Vic, SA) in partnership with three Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services in NSW and three in SA, and with key stakeholders in road safety.

Contacts

Professor James Harrison
Flinders University SA
Research Centre for Injury Studies
Ph: (08) 8201 7602
Email:jamesharrison@flinders.edu.au

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Last updated: 24 February 2011
 
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