Publicity

Title: Mobile:Engaged - engaged with driving change (compendium)

Organisation: Keele University & Road Safety Trust
Date uploaded: 27th March 2019
Date published/launched: March 2019

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This resource has been produced to help road safety practitioners design effective methods of deterring mobile phone use among drivers.

The new ‘compendium’ is a result of the 13-month ‘Mobile:Engaged’ project, funded by the Road Safety Trust and carried out by researchers at Keele University.

The project team, led by Dr Helen Wells, looked at a range of projects to help practitioners build academic research into their activities, think critically about their approaches and explore methods of evaluating their work.

The new compendium is intended to be of benefit to a wide range of people interested in improving road safety.

As well as sharing good practice between practitioners, there is information for police officers, road safety officers, technology companies, charities, drama groups and schools.

The compendium was launched with a warning to motorists about the dangers of using a hands-free mobile phone at the wheel.

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