Centre for Automotive Safety Research
Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Tori Lindsay is a Senior Researcher at the Centre for Automotive Safety Research, University of Adelaide. Since joining the Centre in 1998, Tori has been involved in a number of diverse activities including: at-scene in-depth crash investigation, examination of the role of medical conditions in crash causation, the role of alcohol and drugs in crash involvement and road safety among older licence holders.
Crashes resulting in hospital admission > data linkage project
This three year project involves collecting data from various sources:
- hospital medical data
- abbreviated injury scoring
- police crash data
- licensing and infringement data
- results of mandatory testing for alcohol and drugs
The project is expected to culminate in linkage of more than 2,000 crash cases.
Expected due date: 2017
The outcomes of this work are likely to prove a valuable source, adding to the current understanding of the multiple circumstances that contribute to crash involvement in South Australia.
Date Position Institution name 1998 Senior Researcher University of Adelaide 1990 - 1997 Lecturer University of South Australia 1987 - 1990 Lecturer Royal Adelaide Hospital
Date Institution name Country Title 1987 - 1990 Flinders University Australia Bachelor of Nursing - Education Major 1985 - 1986 University of South Australia Australia Diploma Applied Science - Nursing
Date Title Institution name Country 1981 Registered Midwife The Queen Elizabeth Hospital South Australia 1979 Registered Nurse The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Australia
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