TRIBAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY SUMMIT
November 1-3, 2022
DoubleTree Hotel Denver Tech Center
7801 E Orchard Rd, Greenwood Village, CO 80111
REGISTRATION FOR THE CONFERENCE IS FREE.
TRAVEL ASSISTANCE MAY BE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
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What is the Tribal Motor Vehicle Safety Summit?
The Tribal Motor Vehicle Safety Summit is the premier tribal traffic safety conference dedicated to decreasing death and injury on tribal lands. This event will provide a variety of avenues for tribes and tribal agencies to learn, display and teach their tailored countermeasures in a culturally relevant and sensitive way. We are working together to improve safety and address today’s critical traffic safety issues. The Tribal Motor Vehicle Safety Summit brings together a diverse combination of traffic safety and public health practitioners, advocates, researchers, and future professionals committed to sharing evidence- based practices in a safe, cohesive learning environment. The 2 ½ day conference will feature workshops, peer exchanges, plenary sessions, tribal vendors, networking opportunities and more!
The Tribal Injury Prevention Resource Center (TIPRC) is partnering with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, to host the 2022 Tribal Motor Vehicle Safety Summit. This year’s event will take place in Denver, Colorado November 1-3, 2022. This in-person event will also be offering Child Passenger Safety CEU's, and a vendor exhibit hall. Travel assistance may be available upon request. Let us know what topics you would like to learn more about and if you are interested in being a panelist or presenter. We value your voice and perspective on Motor Vehicle Safety in Indian Country.
Why Attend the Tribal Motor
Vehicle Safety Summit?
Education and Training
Our goal is to have 35+ sessions in 5 tracks addressing innovative ideas.
Learn about proven countermeasures, and emerging topics.
CEU opportunities for Child Passenger Safety Technicians and Instructors.
Collaborate and learn from safety experts in Indian Country, tribal, federal, and state partners.
Create formal and informal relationships with several safety professionals from a variety of disciplines. Representatives from the Bureau of Indian Affairs Highway Safety, National Federal Highway Association, and the Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center.
Federal, non-profit, and local exhibitors
New safety products and services
Culturally relevant vendors and services
Tribal injury and injury prevention practitioners, researchers, and partners are invited to submit abstracts for the Tribal Motor Vehicle Safety Summit taking place November 1-3, 2022 in Denver, CO. Abstracts may focus on transportation injury and prevention programs or research.
We will accept abstracts through October 11, 2022.
Tribal Motor Vehicle Safety Achievement Recognition
The Tribal Motor Vehicle Traffic Safety achievement recognition is to highlight excellence in innovative Tribal traffic safety initiatives. Specifically utilizing tailored evidence-based strategies motor vehicle injury prevention to reduce and minimize severe injuries and death in American Indian and Alaskan Native communities.
Our submit date has ended. We appreciate all the recognition submissions.
Several types of workshops will be considered, including presentations, poster presentations, panel presentations, and interactive workshops.