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    Tratamiento y repercusión en medios de comunicación de la información sobre seguridad vial de las entidades privadas españolas (2002-2012). El caso paradigmático del programa Attitudes de Audi España

    Antonio Rabal Rodríguez

    (2016). Tesi

    Directors: Francisco Alonso i Cesáreo Fernández 

    Qualificació: Excel·lent "cum laude"  

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    Evaluación en conductores de la capacidad de atención visual a través del desarrollo de los movimientos oculares

    Andrés Gené Sampedro

    (2016). Tesi

    Directors: Francisco Alonso i Celia Sánchez

     Qualificació: Excel·lent "cum laude", amb menció "Doctor Europeus"

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    2nd International Congress on Road Safety Management and Intelligent Transportation System

    Francisco Alonso

    (2015). Participació en congressos

    Los días 4 y 5 de noviembre de 2015 se ha celebrado en Abu Dhabi, Emiratos Árabes Unidos, el 2nd International Congress on Road Safety Management and Intelligent Transportation System, donde el profesor Francisco Alonso impartió la ponencia "The use of UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) for traffic & road safety: current applications & future potentials" El Congreso, organizado por The Emirati Traffic Safety Society (ETSS), The Arab Road Safety Organization (AROSO), La Prévention Routière Internationale (PRI) y The Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF Canada), quiere arrojar luz sobre el desarrollo de nuevas tecnologías y la importancia de su adaptabilidad a los objetivos y componentes de...

    Los días 4 y 5 de noviembre de 2015 se ha celebrado en Abu Dhabi, Emiratos Árabes Unidos, el 2nd International Congress on Road Safety Management and Intelligent Transportation System, donde el profesor Francisco Alonso impartió la ponencia "The use of UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) for traffic & road safety: current applications & future potentials" El Congreso, organizado por The Emirati Traffic Safety Society (ETSS), The Arab Road Safety Organization (AROSO), La Prévention Routière Internationale (PRI) y The Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF Canada), quiere arrojar luz sobre el desarrollo de nuevas tecnologías y la importancia de su adaptabilidad a los objetivos y componentes de la seguridad del tráfico, aumentar la eficiencia de estas tecnologías y desarrollar legislación relacionada con la implementación de Sistemas de Transporte Inteligente (ITS) con el fin de mejorar la seguridad vial.

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    VII Congreso Nacional de Seguridad Vial

    Francisco Alonso Francisco Alonso, Alberto Laorden

    (2015). Participació en congressos

    El Dr. Francisco Alonso ha impartido la ponencia "Carreteras adaptadas a la población que envejece" en el VII Congreso Nacional de Seguridad Vial celebrado en Valencia, los días 21 y 22 de octubre de 2015 y organizado por la Asociación Española de la Carretera. También se presentó la ponencia "El empleo de drones en el ámbito de la Gestión del Tráfico y de la Seguridad Vial", de la que es autor junto con Alberto Laorden, Director de Ingeniería de la empresa SISTEM. El Congreso abordó los problemas de accidentalidad en la red convencional de carreteras de la mano de expertos, investigadores y responsables de las administraciones.

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    Speed and road accidents: risk perception, knowledge and attitude towards penalties for speeding

    Alonso, F.; Esteban, C.; Calatayud, C.; Egido, A.

    (2015). Article

    Psychofenia. Num.31

    Speed is one of the elements that most contributes to road fatality, and this explains the fact that it is often dealt with in the road safety field. The objective of this research was to understand the risk perception, attitude, and knowledge of the participants towards speeding and penalties for speeding. A sample of 1,100 Spanish drivers over 14 years old was used and they filled in a questionnaire. The average rate assessment of the risk of traffic crash was 8.3 (on a scale of 0 to 10). Participants would punish the speeding behaviour with great severity; an average of 8.2 on a scale of 0 to 10. Almost all participants (97.1%) agreed that speeding is a punishable behaviour. It is...

    Speed is one of the elements that most contributes to road fatality, and this explains the fact that it is often dealt with in the road safety field. The objective of this research was to understand the risk perception, attitude, and knowledge of the participants towards speeding and penalties for speeding. A sample of 1,100 Spanish drivers over 14 years old was used and they filled in a questionnaire. The average rate assessment of the risk of traffic crash was 8.3 (on a scale of 0 to 10). Participants would punish the speeding behaviour with great severity; an average of 8.2 on a scale of 0 to 10. Almost all participants (97.1%) agreed that speeding is a punishable behaviour. It is necessary to educate drivers to respect speed limits, to improve roads’ infrastructure, to establish appropriate speed limits, to put signs properly, to improve vehicle engineering, and to use in-vehicle devices to control speeding.

    Llegir mésOcultar DOI: 10.1285/i17201632vXVIIIn31p63
    ISSN: 1722-8093
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    Jornada Técnica: "Seguridad vial"

    Francisco Alonso

    (2015). Participació en congressos

    El 6 de mayo de 2015, el profesor Francisco Alonso impartió la ponencia "Factor técnico del vehículo: Seguridad activa, pasiva y preventiva" dentro de la Jornada Técnica: "Seguridad vial" celebrada en Valencia. La Jornada ha sido organizada por el Instituto Valenciano de Seguridad y Salud en el Trabajo (INVASSAT) y su objetivo es difundir los factores de riesgo relacionados con la seguridad vial de los trabajadores y sensibilizar a empresarios y trabajadores para adoptar medidas de prevención con objeto de reducir o evitar los accidentes laborales de tráfico.

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    VI Jornadas de PRL en ámbito sanitario

    Francisco Alonso

    (2015). Participació en congressos

    El Dr. Francisco Alonso impartió la ponencia "Nueva aplicación informática para la formación en prevención de riesgos laborales: Realidad Aumentada", en el marco de las VI Jornadas sobre Prevención de Riesgos Laborales en el Área Sanitaria, que se celebró en Alzira (Valencia) el 21 de abril de 2016 Durante estas jornadas, se abordaron temas relacionados con la actividad técnica y sanitaria que realizan los profesionales adscritos a los servicios de prevención en entorno sanitario, ya que su objetivo es el de mantener un foro de debate específico para abordar experiencias en vigilancia de la salud en prevención de riesgos laborales.

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    Driving under the influence of alcohol: frequency, reasons, perceived risk and punishment

    Francisco Alonso, Juan C Pastor, Luis Montoro, Cristina Esteban

    (2015). Article

    Background The aim of this study was to gain information useful to improve traffic safety, concerning the following aspects for DUI (Driving Under the Influence): frequency, reasons, perceived risk, drivers' knowledge of the related penalties, perceived likelihood of being punished, drivers¿ perception of the harshness of punitive measures and drivers¿ perception of the probability of behavioral change after punishment for DUI. Methods A sample of 1100 Spanish drivers, 678 men and 422 women aged from 14 to 65 years old, took part in a telephone survey using a questionnaire to gather sociodemographic and psychosocial information about drivers, as well as information on enforcement, clustered...

    Background The aim of this study was to gain information useful to improve traffic safety, concerning the following aspects for DUI (Driving Under the Influence): frequency, reasons, perceived risk, drivers' knowledge of the related penalties, perceived likelihood of being punished, drivers¿ perception of the harshness of punitive measures and drivers¿ perception of the probability of behavioral change after punishment for DUI. Methods A sample of 1100 Spanish drivers, 678 men and 422 women aged from 14 to 65 years old, took part in a telephone survey using a questionnaire to gather sociodemographic and psychosocial information about drivers, as well as information on enforcement, clustered in five related categories: ¿Knowledge and perception of traffic norms¿; ¿Opinions on sanctions¿; ¿Opinions on policing¿; ¿Opinions on laws¿ (in general and on traffic); and ¿Assessment of the effectiveness of various punitive measures¿. Results Results showed around 60% of respondents believe that driving under the influence of alcohol is maximum risk behavior. Nevertheless, 90.2% of the sample said they never or almost never drove under the influence of alcohol. In this case, the main reasons were to avoid accidents (28.3%) as opposed to avoiding sanctions (10.4%). On the contrary, the remaining 9.7% acknowledged they had driven after consuming alcohol. It is noted that the main reasons for doing so were ¿not having another way to return home¿ (24.5%) and alcohol consumption being associated with meals (17.3%). Another important finding is that the risk perception of traffic accident as a result of DUI is influenced by variables such as sex and age. With regard to the type of sanctions, 90% think that DUI is punishable by a fine, 96.4% that it may result in temporary or permanent suspension of driving license, and 70% that it can be punished with imprisonment. Conclusions Knowing how alcohol consumption impairs safe driving and skills, being aware of the associated risks, knowing the traffic regulations concerning DUI, and penalizing it strongly are not enough. Additional efforts are needed to better manage a problem with such important social and practical consequences.

    Llegir mésOcultar DOI: 10.1186/s13011-015-0007-4
    ISSN: 1747-597X
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    Risky Behaviors and Stress Indicators between Novice and Experienced Drivers

    Useche, Sergio; Serge, Andrea; Alonso, Francisco

    (2015). Article

    Background: Road accidents are a serious public health problem and one of the leading causes of unnatural death. This study aimed to compare the incidence of physiological and representational indicators of stress and risky behaviors while driving, in a sample of drivers in an advanced stage of the learning process in driving schools, with respect to the indicators presented by a group of experienced drivers. Methods: It was used a sample of 120 drivers of Bogotá (Colombia), divided in two groups: drivers in learning process and drivers with one or more years of experience driving any vehicle, who answered to four self-report scales: Driving Behavior Questionnaire (DBQ) including subscale...

    Background: Road accidents are a serious public health problem and one of the leading causes of unnatural death. This study aimed to compare the incidence of physiological and representational indicators of stress and risky behaviors while driving, in a sample of drivers in an advanced stage of the learning process in driving schools, with respect to the indicators presented by a group of experienced drivers. Methods: It was used a sample of 120 drivers of Bogotá (Colombia), divided in two groups: drivers in learning process and drivers with one or more years of experience driving any vehicle, who answered to four self-report scales: Driving Behavior Questionnaire (DBQ) including subscale for positive behaviors; Global Scale of Perceived Stress (EPGE); Driver Social Desirability Scale (DSDS) and a complementary questionnaire about physical symptoms of stress. Results: Comparative analysis showed that the drivers with more driving experience had more self-reported risky behaviors while driving, lapses, aggressive violations and violations of traffic regulations. Additionally, significant associations between measures of positive driving behaviors, social desirability and perceived stress were found, as well as stress indicators shows a positive and significant association with driving errors and violations. Conclusions: The protective role of driving experience seems to be relative regarding to risky and positive behaviors while driving, taking into account that some of the risk factors that have been evaluated have a higher prevalence among the most experienced drivers. It is appropriate to emphasize on the need to raise the inclusion of components directed to the promotion of mental health and recognition/coping with risk factors such as stress and risky behaviors in the programs designed for driver training.

    Llegir mésOcultar DOI: 10.12691/ajap-3-1-3
    ISSN: 2333-4738
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    Toxicología y accidentes de tráfico: Un estudio a través de los datos policiales y del SAMU de la ciudad de Valencia

    Rouaide Homsi Faraye

    (2014). Tesi

    Directors: Francisco Alonso i Francisco Tortosa

    Qualificació: Excel·lent "cum laude"

 
 
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