Winter 2022-2023 Newsletter

View the full Newsletter here – https://conta.cc/3VSg7j0  Register soon for March 28-30 In-Person Positive Culture Framework Training, Charlotte, NC  Upcoming Webinars 2022 recap  Project highlights Publications Presentations Webinars Trainings Staff…

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Writing a STOP Act Grant?

The Center for Health and Safety Culture (CHSC) has expertise partnering with DFC-funded communities to reduce alcohol use among youth and young adults. The Department of Health and Human Services…

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Fall 2022 Newsletter

View the full Newsletter here – https://conta.cc/3s6S43E CHSC In-Person PCF Training March 28-30, 2023, Charlotte, NC Upcoming Webinars  A Fabulous Few Days of Training With Coordinators in Utah Annmarie McMahill & Jay Otto…

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Summer 2022 Newsletter

View the full Newsletter here - https://conta.cc/3bXW0yC In This Issue: New Center Co-DirectorsJuly Webinar -- Tips to Grow Traffic Safety CulturePooled Fund Belief Change ProjectIn-Person PCF Training Coming Spring 2023Center…

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New Journal Publications

You can view three new journal publications from the Center for Health and Safety Culture now in open access. See some of our latest research on: Understanding how individual beliefs…

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Increasing Readiness to Grow Traffic Safety Culture and Adopt the Safe System Approach: A Story of the Washington Traffic Safety Commission 

Jay Otto, M.S., Nicholas Ward, Ph.D., and Kari Finley, Ph.D., with the Center for Health and Safety Culture (CHSC) at Montana State University along with Shelly Baldwin and Wade Alonzo…

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Understanding Aggressive Driving and Ways to Reduce It – Pooled Fund Project

The Center for Health and Safety Culture will conduct a literature review to define aggressive driving, formulate a contextual model to explain its occurrence, and develop and implement a survey of road users to identify and differentiate clusters of driving behaviors that are perceived as “aggressive.” This research project is a part of the Traffic Safety Culture Pooled Fund Program. [...]

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Samantha Pinzl

Samantha Pinzl, MPH, CHES Research Scientist Samantha Pinzl is a Research Scientist at the Center for Health and Safety Culture and a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES). Samantha earned a Bachelor…

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