“Conflicts between healthy development during adolescence, societal norms and young driver road safety” – Seminar presented by Professor Teresa Senserrick PhD
Professor Teresa Senserrick PhD has focused her research on road safety for over 20 years. With her background in developmental psychology, young drivers have been a particular interest group. Adolescence is a peak period of development, intersecting with the typical age we start to drive, among other challenges on the path to independence. How we manage these developments has implications for the safety of all young drivers, and all of us with whom they share the roads.
Date: Tuesday, 4th June 2019
Time: 12 pm to 1.30pm (Presentation followed by Chapter AGM )
Venue: QUT, Kelvin Grove, A Block, Room 105
Cost: No charge
Lunch: Light lunch will be provided prior to the seminar
Please distribute this seminar information with people within your organisation who may be interested in attending.
RSVP: Veronica Baldwin
P: 3138 4905
We look forward to seeing you there!
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