The Center for Health and Safety Culture’s research scientist, Dr. Kari Finley has been selected to present at the Thirteenth International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences in Granada, Spain in J ...[ Read More » ]
Katie Dively will be presenting at 30th National Prevention Conference in Anaheim, CA on September 12 at 1:00 pm. Her presentation “Safety Citizenship- Engaging Others to Prevent Someone from Driving after Dr ...[ Read More » ]
The Center for Health & Safety Culture provides on-site communication and Positive Culture Framework trainings to clients around the country. Here’s where we have trained this fall.
Katie D ...
Jay Otto, Principal Scientist at the Center for Health & Safety Culture will lead a 90 minute training session on Understanding the Culture of Driving Under the Influence of Cannabis at the 27th CADCA Nation ...[ Read More » ]
College of Public Health, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA – August 26th
Dr. Nic Ward gave an hour lecture on traffic safety culture titled, “Sake and Traffic Safety”. This included a discussion of ...
Jay Otto and Annmarie McMahill from the Center for Health and Safety Culture spent two days with the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) at their headquarters in Reno, NV.
NCJFCJ assi ...
On March 21st Region 4 of the WV Regional Task Force on Substance Abuse held a meeting in which Jay Otto, Research Scientist with the Center, gave a short presentation on the culture of substance abuse and how i ...[ Read More » ]
The Oregon Health Authority’s Addictions and Mental Health Division is engaged with the Center for Health and Safety Culture of Montana State University in the Oregon mORe Project, a multi-year effort to off ...[ Read More » ]
The National Center for Rural Road Safety recently published the following video featuring our Director, Dr. Nic Ward, in which he gives an introduction to Road Safety Culture.
Please enjoy this video then visi ...
Center for Health and Safety Culture staff (lt to rt) Kari Finley, Annmarie McMahill, and Jamie Arpin presented on the Oregon mORe Project at the National Prevention Network conference November 17-19 in Seattle, ...[ Read More » ]