Last week, the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit hosted a meeting that brought together collaborators from the Road Safety in 10 Countries (RS10) project for an intensive, three-day conference in Baltimore.
Three years into the project, lead collaborators involved with the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) components of the project assembled to focus on the most up-to-date technical aspects of data collection and analysis in each of the participating countries. Sessions also included opportunities for open discussion, presentations on current RS10 work and networking. This conference was a follow-up to an initial M&E special meeting held in October, 2011, also hosted by JH-IIRU and held in Baltimore.
The Monitoring and Evaluation of Road Safety in 10 Countries, Mid-Project Review meeting took place at the Mt. Washington Conference Center from April 9-11, 2013.
JH-IIRU faculty, staff and students meet with RS10 collaborators from participating countries.
Cambodia collaborator, Chariya Ear
L to R: RS10 collaborators from Brazil, Drs Flavio Pechansky and Tanara Sousa
L to R: Turkey collaborator Turker Ozkan and JH-IIRU Research Assistants, Connie Hoe and Kate Allen