Attention, Undivided

May 20, 2013 — Harvard Gazette: “Each day, an average of nine people are killed in the United States and more than 1,000 injured by drivers doing something other than driving….Jay Winsten, Frank Stanton Director of The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Center for Health Communication and associate dean for health communication, thinks … Continue reading “Attention, Undivided”

Social Media Campaign Could Help Stop Teen Drivers from Texting

June 8, 2012 — The Boston Globe: “Public health campaigns that pinpointed other troubling behaviors, such as teen smoking and drunken driving, have successfully driven down rates over the past decade…One blueprint that may prove effective is the 1988 nationwide campaign designed by Harvard School of Public Health associate dean Jay A. Winsten for attacking … Continue reading “Social Media Campaign Could Help Stop Teen Drivers from Texting”