As communities seek to adopt more Safe System oriented approaches, they are likely to experience policy feedback and unanticipated outcomes. In this session, we explore how communities can equip themselves with more integrated data, adaptive leadership methods, and systems-oriented tools to help them evaluate and better manage the change process.
Moderated by Kelly Evenson, Professor of Epidemiology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the Gillings School of Global Public Health
Panelists: Becky Naumann (Core Faculty at the Injury Prevention Research Center and Assistant Research Professor of Epidemiology at UNC Chapel Hill), Keshia Pollack Porter (Professor and Vice Dean for Faculty at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health), Steve Orton (Senior Fellow in Public Health Leadership at North Carolina Institute for Public Health)
Part 6 in the Safe Systems Summer Learning Series hosted by the Collaborative Sciences Center for Road Safety. For more: www.roadsafety.unc.edu/education/activities/summer-learning-series-2021/