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11-24-2009, 02:03 AM
The Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (AAAM) is a
scientific professional organization devoted entirely to traffic related
injury control. Its multidisciplinary membership represents such diverse
backgrounds as medicine, behavioral research, biomechanics, engineering,
epidemiology, statistics, education, law, and public policy, and
combines clinical, research, academic and administrative backgrounds.
The AAAM Scientific Program Committee (SPC) invites abstracts of
prospective research papers for consideration in planning the 54th AAAM
Annual Conference. Abstracts are anonymously peer reviewed for quality
research, scientific content and logical presentation. By submitting an
abstract the author(s) agree that, if accepted, the paper will be
presented as scheduled.

Abstracts due by 5:00 PM EST • January 6, 2010.
Notifications sent via email by February 12.
The AAAM’s Annals of Advances in Automotive Medicine is an indexed
journal. The papers published in the journal will automatically be
indexed and included in Index Medicus and MEDLINE.

AAAM’s 54th Annual Scientific Conference will be held October 17-20,
2010 in Las Vegas, NV, at the Vdara Resort Hotel (a non-gaming,
non-smoking property).

• Aging and driving
• Alcohol/other drugs and driving
• Assessing fitness to drive
• Biomechanical research
• Child injuries
• Crash analysis and countermeasures
• Crash avoidance technologies
• Crash investigation and reconstruction
• Costs of traffic injury
• Commercial vehicle safety
• Driver distraction
• Driver/rider perception and behavior
• Driver standards and licensing
• Evaluation of crash injury interventions
• Human factors
• Injury mechanisms
• Injury scaling
• Active safety and integrated safety
• Medical conditions and driving
• Novice/inexperienced drivers
• Occupant restraint systems
• Pedestrians and cyclists
• Post-crash interventions
• Road and highway design
• Traffic safety in emerging countries
• Trauma outcomes and trauma systems
• Vehicle design and crashworthiness

Papers on these topics using methods from the fields of behavioral
science, clinical medicine, engineering, epidemiology, and public policy
are of interest to the Scientific Program Committee.

Only abstracts submitted online using the official template provided
will be considered. Visit aaam.org for information (available 12/01/09).