Presentations & Videos – Safe Transportation & Aging Symposium

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Meeting the Challenges of Safe Transportation in an Aging Society Symposium

 September 14-15, 2016

The University of Michigan (U-M), Ann Arbor, MI

Sponsored By:

Center for Advancing Transportation Leadership and Safety (ATLAS Center)
University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI)
Elsevier Ltd
Center for Accessibility and Safety for an Aging Population (ASAP)
Transportation Research Center for Livable Communities (TRCLC)

 This symposium addressed the latest research to improve the safe transportation of older adults from a broad array of disciplines including but not limited to engineering, public health, psychology and social sciences, medicine, public policy, economics, and urban planning.

Presentations & Videos

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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Remarks, David W. Eby, Director, ATLAS Center
Remarks, James S. Sayer, Director UMTRI
Remarks, S. Jack Hu, Vice President for Research, U-M Office of Research


Where Will the Puck Be? The Future of Geriatric Medicine
Keynote Speaker, Dr. Raymond Yung, MD, ChB,  University of Michigan

 


 

Enhancing Transportation Infrastructure in an Aging Society

Enhancing Transportation Infrastructure in an Aging Society Introduction – Jun-Seok Oh, PhD, Western Michigan University, TRCLC

Safety Benefits of Selected Engineering Improvements for Older Drivers in Michigan – Valerian Kwigizile, PhD, Western Michigan University

Public Transit Service for Elderly Mobility – C. Scott Smith, PhD, Western Michigan University

Potential Infrastructure Counter Measures for the Aging Drivers – Ron Van Houten, PhD, Western Michigan University

The Relationship Between Transportation and Elderly Individuals’ Access to Community Health Services – Keith Christensen, PhD, Utah State University

Transportation Mobility for Older Adults in Low Density Urban Environments – Stephen Mattingly, PhD, University of Texas at Arlington


 

 Longitudinal Research on Aging Drivers (LongROAD) Part I

Longitudinal Research on Aging Drivers (LongROAD) Part I Introduction – Lisa J. Molnar, PhD, ATLAS Center/UMTRI
Driving for Life: Age, Context, and ImpIications for Life Quality  –  Lindsay Ryan, PhD, University of Michigan


LongROAD: Study Design and Methods – Guohua Li, MD, DRPH, Columbia University

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LongROAD Study: Recruitment and Enrollment at the University of Michigan – Linda Nyquist, PhD, University of Michigan

Vehicle Condition and Features — Information from Direct Inspections and Self-Reports – David Strogatz, PhD, Bassett Research Institute

Driving Data Collection and Fleet/Device Monitoring – An Overview – Scott Bogard, UMTRI

 LongROAD Part I Panel Discussion

LongROAD Part II

LongROAD Part II Introduction – David W. Eby, PhD, ATLAS Center/UMTRI
An Overview of Cognitive Indicators: The LongROAD Study – Lindsay Ryan, PhD, University of Michigan

Assessment of the Physical Health Domain in LongROAD: Self-Report and Performance-Based – Thelma Mielenz, PhD, Columbia University

Review of Prescription and Other Medications and Supplements – Renee St. Louis, MPH, ATLAS Center/UMTRI

Review of Medical Conditions and Health Care Utilization – Linda L. Hill, MD, MPH, University of California, San Diego

Driving Status, Violations, and Crashes: Data from State Records – Jennifer Zakrajsek, MS, MPH, UMTRI

Stakeholder Perspectives

Stakeholder Perspectives Introduction – Laura Higgins, MS, Texas A&M University/ATLAS Center
Ten Facts about Older Drivers You Can Bank On – Michel Bedard, PhD, Lakehead University, Canada


Integrated Assessment of Safety, Accessibility, and Reliability for Aging Roadway Users: Case Studies in Florida – Eren Erman Ozguven, PhD, Florida A&M-Florida State University

Interactive Driving Simulators: Implications for Clinical Use – Anne Dickerson, PhD, OTR/L, SCDCM, FAOTA, East Carolina University

 

Training Law Enforcement in the Identification of Medical Impairment in Aging Drivers – Linda L. Hill, MD, MPH, University of California, San Diego

 

An Investigation of the Low Mileage Bias Using Naturalistic Driving Study Data – Jon Antin, PhD, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute – Powerpoint not available

 


 

Thursday, September 15, 2016

 

Remarks, Jun-Seok Oh, PhD – Director, Western Michigan University, Transportation Research Center for Livable Communities (TRCLC)
Remarks, John Sobanjo, PhD – Director, Florida State University, Accessibility and Safety for an Aging Population (ASAP)

 


The Promise of Autonomous Vehicles to Assist an Aging Population: Opportunities, Challenges, and a Reality Check
Keynote Speaker, Bryan Porter, PhD, Old Dominion University


Technology

 Technology Introduction – John Sobanjo, PhD, PE, Florida State University, ASAP
A Driving Simulator Examination of Age-Related Differences in Driver Behaviors in Automated Vehicles – Anuj K. Pradhan, Lisa J. Molnar, Lindsay Ryan, David W. Eby, and Ray Bingham 

 

An Approach to Customize Haptic Guidance for the Aged Power-Wheelchair Riders – Han Yoon, Texas A&M University

 

 

The Older Driver and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS): Insights from a Naturalistic Driving Field Operational Test – Shan Bao, UMTRI

 

Improving Safe Transportation for Older Adults in a Socially-Mobile Environment – Paul Fancher, MSE, UMTRI

 


 

Prospective Changes in the Candrive/Ozcandrive Older Driver Cohorts

 

 

 

Prospective Changes in the Candrive/Ozcandrive Older Driver Cohorts – Panel Discussion (Shawn C. Marshall, MD, MSC, FRCPC, University of Ottawa; Judith Charlton, PhD, Monash University Accident Research Centre, Australia; Sylvain Gagnon, PhD, University of Ottawa; Sjaan Koppel, PhD, Monash University Accident Research Centre, Australia;  Michel Bedard, PhD, Lakehead University, Canada; Brenda Vrkljan, PhD, OT, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada)

The ATLAS Center is a collaboration between the University of Michigan (U-M) Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) and Texas A&M Transportation Institute

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