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Socio-Ecological Model for Driver Safety
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HOW TO USE THIS RESOURCE

PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACH

BACKGROUND

KEY DEFINITIONS

SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL MODEL FOR DRIVER SAFETY

SHARED RISK FACTORS

SHARED PROTECTIVE FACTORS

BEHAVIOR CHANGE STRATEGIES

RECOMMENDATIONS


APPENDIX A: PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION GUIDE

 

APPENDIX B: EXPLORING KEY FACTORS FOR RISKY DRIVING


COMPLETE RESOURCE DOCUMENT




 

This resource uses the Social Ecological Model to organize shared risk and protective factors across behaviors. The Social Ecological Model illustrates the interconnectedness of social elements in an environment across the lifespan. Each of the levels observed in the social ecology operates within and is influenced by the other levels in the model (National Research Council (US) and Institute of Medicine (US), 2009). Figure 1 illustrates the Social Ecological Model, and Table 1 defines each level of the social ecology.

 

Figure 1. Social Ecological Model

 

Table 1. Level of Social Ecology and Corresponding Definitions

 

 
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