The Core Team is grateful for the overwhelming interest that students and universities from across the UAE showed in reducing the number of road traffic incidents among youth in the UAE.
The teams at PHTT 2016 created a remarkable range of interventions to reduce road traffic incidents among youth in the UAE. Take a look at their abstracts and presentation slides!
On Day One, the participants received lectures on the prevalence of road traffic incidents in the UAE, how to design a successful public health action plan, and an overview of different intervention strategies that have been attempted in the past. Take a look at the speakers’ slides!
On the second day of PHTT 2016, the participants received public speaking and presentation training, finished the remaining work on their interventions, and presented them in front of a panel of judges.
The first day of PHTT featured a range of speakers who introduced delegates to traffic incident prevention and a useful framework for developing their interventions.
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Johnathon P. Ehsani has been confirmed as a speaker at PHTT 2016. Dr. Ehsani is a professor of Health Policy and Management at Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of Public Health. His professional experience includes working at the National Institutes of Health in the Division of Epidemiology Statistics […]
Dr. Grivna’s talk at PHTT 2016 will focus on the causational and consequential context of RTAs in the UAE, and how RTAs in the UAE compare to the global scene.
Alaa Soliman and Maha Abdullah, both students at Fatima College of Health Sciences, have kindly taken on the role of Outreach Associates. Their role in this year’s conference is to help further promote intercollegiate communication and collaboration.
Workshops by John Coughlin and Saba Brelvi will help participants create and present compelling public health interventions.
Dhanya Baby and Sjur Hamre co-chaired last year’s PHTT conference. Read about why they have chosen to help organize it again.