December 1, 2010
1:00 pm-2.30pm EST
This is a free, 90-minute webinar presentation on how to increase awareness among public health practitioners about the role of environmental supports and policy to promote bicycle safety. The purpose of this webinar is to share information on interventions and potential local actions that can be used to promote bicycle safety. Current research and evidence-based initiatives will be highlighted and discussed.
Specifically, the webinar will address:
- the role of environmental supports in promoting bicycle safety (Dr. Kay Teschke)
- the role of policies/legislation in promoting bicycle safety (Dr. Allison MacPherson)
- current evidence supporting local actions to improve bicycle safety (Dr. Donatus Mutasingwa)
A question and answer period along with a discussion session will be held at the end of the webinar.
The webinar is free of charge and will be delivered online via teleconference to all participants.
There are a limited number of spaces available so please register online at
Following registration, a confirmation email will provide you with a link to join the webinar on December 1st. After joining, you will receive an audio PIN to attend the teleconference portion of the seminar.
We hope that you can join us as we share current information on preventing bicycle injuries through supportive environments, policies and local interventions.