Road Safety Knowledge Project

Dr. Jason Gilliland, Dr. Andrew Clark, and the research team from Western University’s Human Environments Analysis Laboratory invite you to participate in a study aimed at piloting tools that will be used in a 5-year research study designed to examine the School Travel Planning Intervention. We are contacting you, as an expert in road safety, to help us revise, redevelop, and validate our Knowledge Survey that will be used to test the impact of our Road Safety Education program on grade 4 to 8 students in Ontario.

In this study you will be asked to participate in a workshop where you will share your perceptions of the knowledge children in grade 4 to 8 should have about road safety. We will accomplish this goal through a 30- to 45-minute workshop, during which a group of road safety experts will be asked to help us determine how our road safety knowledge questionnaire can be improved. All information collected in this study will be kept strictly confidential. Your name will not appear on any materials or data files.

What will happen in this study?

In this study you will be asked to participate in a workshop where you will share your perceptions of the knowledge children in grade 4 to 8 should have about road safety. We will accomplish this goal through a 30- to 45-minute workshop, during which a group of road safety experts will be asked to help us determine how our road safety knowledge questionnaire can be improved. All information collected in this study will be kept strictly confidential. Your name will not appear on any materials or data files.

How do I participate?

If you would like to participate in this study, complete the form below and you will be contacted by our team! You can also reach out by email or phone at activeschooltravel@uwo.ca and 519-661-2111 x 82619.

Click here to download the Letter of Information to learn more about this project.