Assisting 'at risk' tourist road users in Australia
Wilks, Jeffrey & Watson, Barry C. (2000) Assisting 'at risk' tourist road users in Australia. Travel Medicine International, 18(3), pp. 88-93.
With the approach of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games there is growing interest in the health and safety of international visitors to Australia. This study identifies German, English, American and Japanese tourists as possible 'at risk' groups on Australian roads. Strategies to specifically assist these visitors are suggested. The development of country-specific health and safety profiles for travellers is also discussed.
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