INJURY PREVENTION SESSIONS - Building an Ultimate Safe System that can achieve zero road trauma

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In this Injury Prevention Session, Jessica Truong considered what the road system will need to look like in order to achieve the target of zero road trauma by 2050.

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The 'Injury Prevention Sessions' are action-focused conversations about how we learn from local solutions to address the global problem of injury. From practitioners to researchers to students, this informal forum brings together like-minded individuals to explore innovative injury prevention research methodologies and opportunities to work together to save lives globally. This webinar series is co-hosted by UNSW School of Population Health and the WHO Collaborating Centre on Injury Prevention and Trauma Care at The George Institute for Global Health.

Please note that sessions are recorded. By registering to attend this event, you agree that The George Institute and UNSW's School of Population Health may send you information in the future about our work. You can opt out at any time. We look forward to you joining us for this webinar and on social media with @georgeinstitute @UNSWMedicine and #InjuryPrevention


  • Jessica Truong

    Jessica Truong is the Secretary General of the Towards Zero Foundation (TZF), a charity working internationally for a world free from road fatalities and serious injuries. One of TZF’s major programmes is the Global New Car Assessment Programme (Global NCAP). In her role, Jessica oversees programs and advocates for policy changes that can enhance vehicle safety and road safety globally. Prior to joining TZF/Global NCAP, Jessica worked for the Transport Accident Commission in Australia, managing road safety programs and public education campaigns on a range of road safety issues, including the Safe System and vehicle safety and technologies. Jessica holds qualifications in psychology and science and is currently completing a PhD in road safety.

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