For more information or materials, please contact:
Dr. Kelli England Will
Eastern Virginia Medical School,
Pediatrics, Williams Hall,
PO Box 1980
Norfolk, Virginia, 23501-1980
The Make it Click program was created by a team of researchers in the Pediatrics‘ Division of Community Health and Research (CHR) at Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) in Norfolk, Virginia, USA. For over 20 years, the Division of CHR has been dedicated to serving children and their families through basic, clinical, and applied research that advances the prevention and treatment of disability and disease. Through education, training and collaboration the CHR promotes the translation of research to innovations that improve child health and safety.
This program was supported by funding from the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles, Virginia Highway Safety Office, and Eastern Virginia Medical School. The contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles, Virginia Highway Safety Office, or Eastern Virginia Medical School.
Make it Click team members include Kelli England Will, PhD, and Kaitlyn Mondejar, MPH.
Dr. Kelli England Will, Principal Investigator, is a Clinical Psychologist and Professor of Pediatrics at EVMS. Dr. Will received her M.S. in Experimental/General Psychology from Old Dominion University and earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Virginia Tech. Dr. Will’s areas of expertise are injury prevention, substance abuse prevention, health behavior theory, and risk communication. She has training and experience designing, implementing, and evaluating health-promotion programs and has received over 25 research grants from agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and the US Navy for her injury prevention research. Dr. Will is also a Nationally Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician.
Kaitlyn A. Mondejar, MPH, is a Research Assistant in the Pediatrics Division of Community Health and Research at Eastern Virginia Medical School. Kaitlyn received her B.A in Health Communication from UNC Charlotte, and earned her Master of Public Health degree at Eastern Virginia Medical School. She currently conducts research in motor vehicle safety and e-cigarette use among teens and young adults.