Hello everyone,

I want to pass along some information about an educational seminar that
our center is conducting this fall. It is a two-day instructional
course entitled "Injury Biomechanics: Fundamental and Advanced Concepts
for Automobile and Sports Injury Biomechanics"

This interactive course includes lectures, demonstrations, and
opportunities for 'hands on' learning. The course presents both
introductory and advanced topics with background information provided on
all concepts. The information is particularly useful for physicians and
medical professionals, engineers, attorneys, and students in medical,
engineering, or legal fields.

The course is offered October 22-23, 2004 in Roanoke Virginia. More
information including the lecture and topic schedule can be found at:


The course has been accredited for continuing education hours for the
following groups:

-Physicians (MD), 13 Hours AMA CME Category 1

-Physicians (DO), 13 Hours AOA CME Category 2A

-Chiropractors, 13 Hours Continuing Chiropractic Education Hours
(Virginia only)

-Engineers or Educators, 1.3 Continuing Education Credits

I hope that you will consider attending, and let me know if I can help
you with any questions.


Eric Kennedy

Eric Kennedy

Research Engineer

Virginia Tech-Wake Forest, Center for Injury Biomechanics


Phone: 540-231-4314 Fax: 540-231-2953


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