Programme published for road user behaviour conference
Brainbox Research has published the provisional programme for the road safety conference it is organising in September 2014.
The conference, Innovations in Road User Behaviour Change, will take place on 25-26 September in Wakefield.
The line-up of speakers and workshops includes a keynote presentation by Professor Wandi Bruine de Bruin from the University of Leeds, who will talk about behavioural decision making, and a presentation by health psychologist Anna Sallis from Public Health England, who will talk about large-scale interventions using ‘nudge’ techniques.
Other speakers include professor Brendan Gough who will discuss male road users and masculinities; doctor Shaun Helman who will talk about novel lighting designs to increase motorcycle safety; doctor Marc Fabri who will discuss a design thinking approach to behaviour change; and Liz Smallman who will outline her experiences engaging children in long-term behavioural change interventions.
Dr Fiona Fylan, from Brainbox Research, said: “We have attracted an impressive range of speakers to bring a fresh perspective and the latest knowledge on changing road-user behaviour.”
The delegate rate for the conference is £75 and accommodation at the hotel starts at £65 per night. Brainbox Research is subsidising the conference to facilitate attendance by those working in academia and the public sector.
To book a place or for more information contact Amanda Jewell at Brainbox Research on 0113 238 0157.
Brainbox Research is a specialist social and health research and evaluation consultancy based in Leeds. It has a long track record in introducing robust theory-based behavior change techniques to the road safety community.
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