What is the RSRPE13 conference?
The Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference is the premier annual road safety conference in Australasia.
The theme of the 2013 conference is “vision, action, results”. The National Road Safety Strategy outlines an ambitious vision for road safety, and the conference will focus on the actions required to achieve these results, including presentations on the results of the latest evaluations and strategies that have contributed to reduced road trauma. There will be a focus on the evidence we currently have available, and how everyone with an interest in road safety can work together to achieve the targeted reduction in serious casualties.
The conference program will cover all areas of road safety, with the program to reflect the Safe Systems approach adopted in the National Road Safety Strategy. The conference will include sessions on safe roads and roadsides, safe speeds, safe vehicles and safe road users, and a variety of other sessions that showcase the broad scope of work being conducted in the road safety field.
The conference theme will be explored in the keynote and concurrent presentation sessions, and more interactive sessions designed to generate outcome focussed debate about the way forward for road safety.
Conference fast facts:
||Wednesday 28–Friday 30 August 2013|
||Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre |
||The 2013 conference expects to attract 450+ delegates from Australia and further afield |
||Innovative, stimulating, thought-provoking and entertaining program |
15 April 2013
Authors acceptance deadline
7 May 2013
Full papers requiring peer review deadline
24 June 2013
1 July 2013
Full papers not requiring peer review deadline
28–30 August 2013
Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference
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