The Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine

The Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (AAAM) is a global multi-disciplinary professional organization dedicated to saving lives and eliminating road traffic injuries through scientific research, authoritative educational programs, and public policy recommendations. 

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INROADS is now a blog style eNewsletter to share AAAM & AIS updates as well as research, association-related data and member stories for reader review and response.

AAAM Educational Opportunities

See all of the available AIS Classes available here

  • July AIS08 Daytime Online class now open.
  • Check the class page often for new class offerings, classes fill up fast!
  • Have a Webinar idea? Submit a proposal for an AAAM Webinar today

Visit the AAAM Career Center Today

Are you an employer looking for quality talent? Post your job on the AAAM Career Center to reach quality Automotive Medicine professionals and coders.

 

Are you a job seeker looking for your next opportunity? Search the AAAM Job Bank to find great positions in your field. 

 

 

Submit Your Research to AAAM!

We invite poster abstracts, short communications, and student symposium abstracts for the 2019 63rd AAAM Annual Scientific Conference, describing original scientific work in all areas of study which support our multidisciplinary mission: Saving lives and eliminating road traffic injuries. 

Announcing AIS 2015 Now Available

The latest update to the Abbreviated Injury Scale (AIS) is now available. Order your dictionary today, find the latest course, or view the major changes made in this latest release.

AIS overview

people were injured in motor vehicle crashes

2.3M

people were injured in motor vehicle crashes 

Deaths as a result of road traffic crashes

1.24M

Deaths as a result of road traffic crashes

%

World population that has adequate road safety law

7%

World population that has adequate road safety law

%

percent of all fatal crashes in 2013 involving alcohol-impaired driving

30%

percent of all fatal crashes in 2013 involving alcohol-impaired driving