Sergio A. Useche is a Psychologist from the National University of Colombia, MA in Psychology from the University of Los Andes, and PhD candidate and attached researcher at the University of Valencia, Spain. University professor. Consultant in issues of Applied Psychology, Research Methods Occupational and Public Health, and Road Safety currently working or advising research projects in some European and Latin American countries. He has more than 40 publication (between articles, boock chapters and editor comments) in different scientific journals. His most recent projects and publications examined the relationship between psychosocial factors at work, health and traffic accidents among professional drivers. Editorial panel member and/or peer reviewer of different scientific publications related to its professional expertise fields. Participant as lecturer in different scientific conferences realized in different countries. Currently, he is also a member of the "Stress and Health" Research Group (University of Los Andes, Colombia). Associate researcher of the "Development and Advising in Traffic Safety" (DATS) group, attached to the INTRAS (Traffic and Road Safety Institute) of the University of Valencia (Spain).
Applied Psychology; Research Methods; Data Analysis; Quantitative Methods; Qualitative Methods; Occupational Health; Psychosocial Factors at Work; Job Stress; Public Health; Road Safety; Road Safety Education; Driving Performance; Simulation Technologies; Smart Cities; Traffic Injury Prevention; Health Promotion.