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Injury Prevention Graduate Research Industry Partnership (IP-GRIP)

A vision for an injury-free society

About

Today, graduate researchers are expected to adapt to different work environments and industries, cross-discipline boundaries, and apply their research in meaningful ways. GRIPs bring together graduate researchers (PhD students) and academic leaders from various fields with external partners to explore an issue of global significance.

The innovative aspects of the IP-GRIP model include the research focus on priorities that will directly impact agency processes, policy and activities and the well-established and strong links between Monash Faculties and stakeholders. Importantly, the IP-GRIP will deliver up to 16 new innovative researchers who will deliver high quality inter-disciplinary research addressing public policy and practice challenges.

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Projects

  • Transport Accident Commission (TAC)

    • PROJECT 1: Development and validation of policy tool to reduce crashes, claims and claim costs
    • PROJECT 2: Safety benefits of autonomous vehicles

  • Amy Gillett Foundation (AGF)

    • PROJECT 1: How can cyclists and heavy vehicle drivers share the road safely?
    • PROJECT 2: The regulatory and legislative challenges of cyclist safety associate with automated vehicles

  • Safer Care Victoria

    • PROJECT 1: Health promotion for women in rural Victoria

  • VicRoads

    • PROJECT 1: Creating liveable cities that accommodate movement and place: A measure of the energy of cross-sections in urban environments
    • PROJECT 2: Changing transport economic mindsets: Prioritising safety while supporting movement with economic growth
    • PROJECT 3: Translating theory to operation: systematic implementation of the Safe system approach
    • PROJECT 4: Intersection safety: Understanding best-practice intersection design within the Safe System approach
    • PROJECT 5: Predicting exposure for vulnerable road users

  • Transport Safety Victoria

    • PROJECT 1: Challenges faced by bus drivers: Improving bus driver health and well-being
    • PROJECT 2: Passenger perception of safety on buses

  • Bus Association Victoria

    • PROJECT 1: Public versus private bus transport provision: Understanding the relationship between asset ownership and safety

  • WorkSafe Victoria

    • PROJECT 1: Young worker safety intervention education program
    • PROJECT 2: The gig economy: identifying the changing employment trends and impact on safety climate and injury risk

  • Department of Justice and Regulation

    • PROJECT 1: Investigation of new and refined methods of allocation enforcement resources
    • PROJECT 2: Drugs and driving: effectiveness of enforcement measures

  • Department of Health and Human Services

    • PROJECT 1: Examination of the risk of suicide
    • PROJECT 2: High and low falls amongst community-dwelling older adults

How to Apply

Please complete the Expression of Interest (EOI) form and include the following documents:

  • Proposal for 1st ranked project preference
  • A full statement of academic record, supported by copies of relevant transcripts
  • A curriculum vitae
  • Evidence of English-language proficiency (international applicants only)

Applications close on 2nd November 2018 at 11.55pm.

Important note:
EOIs will be considered and a shortlist of potential applicants will be invited to attend an interview with the prospective supervision team. Following the interviews, the preferred applicant for each project will be invited to submit a formal online application.

Applicants who already hold a PhD will not be considered.

Submit your EOI

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