AAAM Member Spotlight – Dr. Rawson Wood, MD

AAAM Member Spotlight – Dr. Rawson Wood, MD

How long have you been a member of AAAM? I’ve been a member for about 3 years. What inspired you to join AAAM? I am dedicated to understanding how people get hurt in order to prevent future injuries. What are your main areas of interest in the field of Automotive Medicine? Understanding and preventing automotive

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President’s Message – November 2019

President’s Message – November 2019

My professional life has been enriched greatly by AAAM and to assume the responsibility of president is truly an honor. I fully recognize that leading AAAM requires a team effort and assure you that the expertise of our AAAM members will be enlisted to accomplish the goals ahead. We all extend our heartfelt thanks to

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President’s Message – July 2019

President’s Message – July 2019

AAAM is tracking to have a stellar 2019! I have a few highlights that I want to share with you and hope you are as excited as I am to see our organization reach new milestones. AAAM announced in May a new position statement in partnership with Safe Kids to raise awareness about the importance

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Message from the Conference Program Chair

Message from the Conference Program Chair

Greetings! It’s my pleasure and honor to serve you and AAAM by organizing the content of the 2019 Annual Scientific Conference. I’m excited for our upcoming program “Safety Without Borders” in which we hope to emphasize how members of AAAM reach across functions, across disciplines, and across oceans to pursue our common mission: saving lives

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Faculty Spotlight – Waqar Malik, MBBS, MPH, CAISS

Faculty Spotlight – Waqar Malik, MBBS, MPH, CAISS

Waqar is the new Lead Faculty for Abbreviated Injury Scale (AIS©) North America and has been part of the AIS faculty since 2014. In this new and exciting role, he will provide AIS faculty coverage where needed for online as well as in-person courses, assist in the development of tools and courses for teaching AIS

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President’s Message – July 2019

President’s Message – March 2019

Welcome Spring! Our organization experienced a lot of growth and advancement in 2018. We had over 160 attendees at our last conference (a 10-year record high), received 74 abstract submissions, and increased our membership to over 320. We are moving full steam ahead for 2019. We continue to provide our members with opportunities to engage

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Faculty Spotlight – Kathryn Loftis, PhD, CAISS

Faculty Spotlight – Kathryn Loftis, PhD, CAISS

Kathryn joined AAAM as an AIS faculty member in January 2014. She brought to the team a bit of a unique background, as she came from the research side. “In graduate school, I coded AIS and analyzed injuries with the Crash Injury Research and Engineering Network (CIREN) and now I do similar work for the

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President’s Message – July 2019

President’s Message – December 2018

As we wrap up this year and prepare for 2019, let’s reflect on AAAM and some of the accomplishments of 2018 and our direction for 2019. The members and organization of AAAM are about affecting things – through the Abbreviated Injury Scale (AIS), policy, science, dialogue, and now Special Interest Groups (SIGs). At our recognition

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Member Spotlight – Carmine Senatore, PhD

Member Spotlight – Carmine Senatore, PhD

While Carmine has known about AAAM and its dedication to road safety for some time, he just recently joined the organization. In fact, the reason he made the decision to join the organization is that he “shares AAAM’s dedication toward saving lives and eliminating injuries associated with vehicular accidents. As a young professional, I have

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The Latest AIS Updates – Winter Edition 2018

The Latest AIS Updates – Winter Edition 2018

Greetings from AAAM’s AIS Training Program! We are excited to share our upcoming 2019 initiatives with you. • The AIS Team is working on implementing a new Learning Management System in 2019 • AIS North American Faculty will be meeting in mid-May • Faculty Mentoring will begin in February 2019 • The AIS Content Subcommittee

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