Instructions for Full Paper Submissions
Full paper submissions are subject to peer-review and, upon acceptance, will be included in the AAAM special issue of the journal Traffic Injury Prevention. As a next step, we invite you to submit your manuscript by March 6, 2020.
In order to submit your papers successfully using the Traffic Injury Prevention submission system, you need to follow meticulously the instructions below:
- Log into the Scholar One submission system: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/gcpi
- Use the link “Click here to submit a new manuscript” and fill in the fields making sure you indicate that the manuscript is intended for the AAAM 64th Conference special issue.
- Indicate the authorship and that the manuscript is submitted to the special AAAM issue.
- Submit your draft manuscripts no later than March 6, 2020
- Do not hesitate to contact the AAAM office at email@example.com if you have any questions.
|Mid-December||Abstracts for full papers due|
|Mid-January||SPC meeting, notification of invitation for full paper is sent shortly thereafter (within days)|
|Early March||1st draft of full papers due|
|Early to Mid-April||1st reviews back, provisional agenda set|
|Mid-April||Short communication abstracts and poster abstracts due|
|Mid-April through Early July||Review processes plays out with minimum two iterations|
|Early July||All papers that will be in special issue are through revisions and onto publication at TIP with ~ 2.5 to 3 months to finalize before conference in October|
|October||Annual meeting, papers are available in PDF format at minimum|
All accepted submissions (papers, short communications, and poster abstracts) will be published in a special issue of the journal Traffic Injury Prevention (TIP), the premier medline-listed journal for our field. Students accepted for a full-paper or Student Symposium presentation are eligible to receive complimentary registration to the conference and a travel stipend of up to $1,000. A limited number of travel awards for presenters of up to $1,000 USD are available to select presenters.
Fields of Interest: Physicians, Engineers, Policymakers, Psychologists, Statisticians, Sociologists, and other researchers are invited to submit work studying the prevention of injury in mobility and transportation. AAAM’s multidisciplinary thinking and approach is reflected in the Five Pillars of the United Nations (UN) Decade of Action and the Haddon Matrix. All fields of study addressing AAAM’s mission are encouraged to submit. Submissions will be judged by the AAAM Scientific Program Committee (SPC) based on scientific merit, novelty of research findings, contribution to AAAM’s mission, and adherence to formatting requirements.
Instructions & Template Information for Full Paper Abstract
DO NOT INCLUDE YOUR NAME OR AFFILIATION IN THE BODY OF YOUR ABSTRACT. The abstract process is anonymous. Please use the text fields on the submission site to submit an electronic abstract. Up to two images may be uploaded. Your abstract may not exceed 500 words. Your abstract must include the following subheadings:
- Research Question / Objective
- Data Sources
- Significance of results
Example Areas of Study:
The Five Pillars of the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety1
|Road Safety Advocacy||Infrastructure||Safe Vehicles||Road User Behavior||Post-Crash Care|
The Haddon Matrix2
|Human||Vehicle||Social Environment||Physical Environment|
- Global Plan for the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020.
- Williams, Allan F. (1999) The Haddon Matrix: its contribution to injury prevention and control. In McClure, Roderick (Ed.) Third National Conference on Injury Prevention and Control, 9-12 May 1999, Brisbane, Queensland.