Professor Jennie Oxley

Jennie is the Associate Director, Graduate Research.  Professor Oxley is a leading internationally renowned academic in injury prevention research, having made a significant contribution to the reduction of injuries and overall safe mobility of vulnerable populations.  Her main research interested in the roles of health promotion, education and behaviour in injury prevention and trauma, investigating the role of human behaviour and performance in injury occurrence, focusing on the assessment and management of risk and a human factors approach to understanding the human machine interface in systems safety.  Jennie also has a keen research interest in promotion healthy lifestyles, assessment of performance, examining injury and health outcomes following crashes, as well as evaluations of educational training, behavioural and technological interventions.

Jennie is currently accepting Graduate Research students

Research Areas of Interest

Safe mobility, child pedestrians, Cyclists, Elderly road users, learner and novice drivers

Available Graduate Research Projects