Working together to eliminate road traffic injuries worldwide

A multi-disciplinary professional organization dedicated to saving lives and eliminating road traffic injuries through scientific research, authoritative educational programs, public policy recommendations, and the Abbreviated Injury Scale (AIS) coding, training and certification. Find out How

2016 Conference: Top Paper Award

Despite continued advances in active and passive safety, motor vehicle crashes remain a leading cause of mortality and morbidity. In 2015 alone, more than 35,000 motor vehicle related deaths occurred in the US, representing a 7.2% increase from 2014.

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AIS 2017 – A Banner Year Ahead

AAAM has added four more online AIS courses for 2017, the most ever. In addition, there will be at least seventeen on-site courses presented throughout the country at local Trauma Networks and Coalitions, industry partner event and user conferences, and hosted directly by AAAM.

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Faculty Spotlight – Price

Janet P. Price, RN, MSA, CAISS – AAAM AIS Faculty. Jan has been involved in AAAM for more than twenty years as AIS Technical Coordinator, trainer and Lead Faculty member. Her invaluable contribution has advanced the AIS course and certification program worldwide.

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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.

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INROADS eNewsletter

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

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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