PhD Research: How and why do parents and caregivers involve themselves in teaching their children to drive?
Quads and kids: Understanding parents' beliefs and attitudes around the use of quad bikes
Australian Government Research Training Program
Parental perspectives on driver education programs
Australian Research Council, Department of Transport and Main Roads, and Roadcraft
A theory-based approach to the development and evaluation of public education messages aimed at social interactive technology use on smartphones among young drivers
Electrical injuries in Queensland: Patterns, circumstances, attitudes and opportunities for intervention
This research is supported by the Electrical Safety Office, Queensland Government.
Development of Best-Practice Guidelines for Learner Driver Mentor Programs (LDMPs)
Motor Accident Insurance Commission (MAIC), with in-kind support from TMR
A comprehensive investigation of road safety advertisements' persuasiveness for young drivers
QUT Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation (IHBI) Mid-Career Research grant
Evaluation of the “Braking the Cycle” intervention to assist disadvantaged youth to meet learner driver requirements
Motor Accident Insurance Commission (MAIC)