Road safety regulation and policy
Impact of road crashes on psychological health
Road safety statistics
evaluation of new vehicle technology
Michael is the Associate Director of Regulation and In-depth Crash Investigations at the Monash University Accident Research Centre and the Injury Outcomes Research Unit. He also holds an honorary staff position at the National Trauma Research Institute at The Alfred. He completed his PhD in psychology, which examined the physical and mental health consequences (including PTSD and depression) of serious injury sustained in road crashes. Michael's research program covers the entire crash continuum (pre-crash, crash, post-crash) and is centred on measures that prevent crashes, mitigate injury, and improve post-crash health outcomes.Read more about Michael Fitzharris's research
Michael Fitzharris's Articles
The silent threat to pedestrians
The growing popularity of electric cars presents an increasing risk to the visually impaired.