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Providing a Foundation for Cultural Change
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Stigma is associated with a variety of negative social and health outcomes. At the Center for Health and Safety Culture, we are exploring the concept of stigma with a variety of health and safety issues including traffic safety, violence prevention, gambling, and substance use.  
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Kari Finley, Ph.D., Jay Otto, M.S., and Nic Ward, Ph.D., have published an article in the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Civic and Political Studies. “The Role of Social Capital in Traffic Safety Citizenship” focuses on two traffic safety citizenship behaviors 1) asking a passenger to wear a seat belt and 2) asking a driver to stop texting on a cell phone while driving and explores the role of social capital to facilitate engagement. We encourage you to view and read this pdf. https://bit.ly/2K74dP1
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This week, CHSC director Professor Nicholas Ward was invited to present at the Future of Safe EU Road Transport conference in Vienna, Austria. His presentation on the role of traffic safety culture for Vision Zero followed an introduction to the conference by the President of the European Union. (https://etsc.eu/13-november-2018-road-safety-2020/) #ourworkisworldwide #safetyculture
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11/14/18
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"In dialogue people become observers of their own thinking."

Triandis, H. C. (1977). Interpersonal behavior. Brooks/Cole Pub. Co.
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What a great group of people we have at the Center. Here is a staff meeting with the team all over the US.
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Dr. Kari Finley is at the Washington Prevention Summit in Yakima Washington today. She is presenting on a recent survey regarding driving under the influence of alcohol and cannabis in Washington State. Contact us for information on our survey services for your community at (406) 994-7873.
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11/7/18
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CHSC with Cambridge Systematics contributed to a report recently released by TRB’s (NCHRP) called “A Strategic Approach to Transforming Traffic Safety Culture to Reduce Deaths and Injuries.” https://chsculture.org/all-publications/a-strategic-approach-to-transforming-traffic-safety-culture-to-reduce-deaths-and-injuries/
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