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  • Title: Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. About AAAM.. AIS.. AAAM Members.. Educational / Scientific Conferences.. Public Policy.. Links.. Contact Us.. What is AAAM?.. The Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (AAAM) is a professional multidisciplinary organization dedicated to limiting injuries from motor vehicle crashes.. It was founded in 1957 by the Medical Advisory Committee to the Sports Car Club of America (six practicing physicians whose avocation was motor racing).. Since 1964, full and equal membership status has been available to all road safety professionals and the focus has expanded to encompass the globe.. Our 58th Annual Scientific Conference.. Call for Abstracts: PDF version.. (The deadline for abstracts has passed)..  ...   array of content-rich topics covering current knowledge in traffic injury control, Munich is where all road safety professionals should be.. Our conference will be held at the very modern and state-of-the-art facility, BMW Welt.. What is the Abbreviated Injury Scale?.. The Abbreviated Injury Scale (AIS) incorporates current medical terminology providing an internationally accepted tool for ranking injury severity.. AAAM created and maintains the Abbreviated Injury Scale: THE internationally accepted tool for describing and coding injuries of all types.. Copyright 2011 AAAM, all rights reserved.. Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine | P.. O.. Box 4176 Barrington, Illinois 60011-4176 USA |.. P.. 847-844-3880 |.. F.. 847-844-3884..

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  • Title: Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine
    Descriptive info: AAAM History.. The Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (AAAM) is a professional multidisciplinary organization dedicated entirely to motor vehicle crash injury prevention and control.. It was founded in 1957 by the Medical Advisory Committee to the Sports Car Club of America by six practicing physicians whose avocation was motor racing.. These physicians had the vision to recognize the  ...   governing injury control for the general motoring public.. In 1964, the bylaws were rewritten to give full and equal membership status to professionals who were not physicians.. This action recognized that understanding injury and its prevention requires a broad based approach.. Upcoming Events:.. AAAM 58th ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE.. October 12-15, 2014.. BMW Welt.. Munich, Germany.. Copyright 2013 AAAM, all rights reserved..

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  • Title: Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine
    Descriptive info: Useful Links..

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  • Title: Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine
    Descriptive info: Contact Us.. Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine.. Box 4176.. Barrington, Illinois 60011-4176.. United States.. Phone: 847-844-3880.. Fax: 847-844-3884.. Email: info@aaam.. org.. Thank you for your interest in our website.. Please.. CLICK HERE.. to email us with any questions or comments..

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  • Title: Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine
    Descriptive info: AIS Coder Training.. -.. Click Here.. to learn more or register.. Description.. Topics covered: A brief history of injury scaling methods: the Abbreviated Injury Scale, uses; coding rules and conventions; methods for assessing the multiply injury patient.. The course, which includes a total of 14 hours of classroom work, is divided into lectures and work sessions in which actual hospital charts are used for coding exercises.. The course does not teach how to use the ICD.. It is designed for those relatively new to AIS coding.. to learn more!.. Objectives.. Understand the structure, organization and contents of the Abbreviated  ...   rules and guidelines specific to each body region.. Apply rules for calculating the Injury Severity Score (ISS) for multiple body region injuries.. Accreditation.. The Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) has approved this program for 14.. 08 Continuing Education Contact Hours.. American Health Information Management Association approved this course for 14 Continuing Education Credits for use in fulfilling their continuing education requirements.. Cancellation Policy.. AAAM does not issue refunds for cancellations due to the high demand for course entry.. In the rare cases of exceptional circumstances, AAAM does reserves the right to cancel any course, in which case refunds will be issued..

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  • Title: Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine
    Descriptive info: PHOTO GALLERY FROM PREVIOUS CONFERENCES:.. 2013 Conference Photos.. 2012 Conference Photos.. AAAM Annual Conferences.. The AAAM's annual scientific conference is regarded as the most authoritative forum on current knowledge in traffic injury control.. Refereed papers presented at the conference routinely address injury studies, injury severity scoring, the biomechanics of impact, the relationship of injury and vehicle design, human factors, the role of alcohol in crashes, the long term medical and socioeconomic consequences of crash injuries, and a comprehensive array of other issues critical to the understanding and prevention of motor vehicle trauma..

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  • Title: Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine
    Descriptive info: About AIS.. The AIS is an anatomically based, consensus derived, global severity scoring system that classifies an individual injury by body region according to its relative severity on a 6 point scale.. The AIS 2005 Update 2008 is protected by copyright, and both individual use and site licenses can be purchased.. What is the Abbreviated Injury Scale (AIS)?.. The Abbreviated Injury Scale ( AIS ) is an anatomically based, consensus derived, global severity scoring system that classifies each injury by body region according to its relative importance on a 6-point ordinal scale (1=minor and 6=maximal).. AIS is the basis for the Injury Severity Score (ISS) calculation of the multiply injured patient.. The AIS provides standardized terminology to describe injuries and ranks injuries by severity.. Current AIS users include, health organizations for clinical trauma management, outcome evaluation and for case mix adjustment purposes; motor vehicle crash investigators to identify mechanism of injury and improve vehicle design; and researchers for epidemiological studies and systems development, all of which may influence public policy (laws and regulations).. Some users are interested in its standardized injury descriptor capabilities; some are interested only in its injury severity assessment; and some in both.. The AIS Uses and Techniques course allows people to learn how to correctly code injuries according to established rules and  ...   of the American Medical Association (AMA), Society of Automotive Engineers and the AAAM in 1969.. The first scale was published in 1971 in the Journal of the AMA, titled: Rating the Severity of Tissue Damage The Abbreviated Injury Scale.. Publication of the 1980 revision of the AIS was enthusiastically embraced by the trauma research community as a useful and reliable injury assessment tool.. Today, the AIS is the global system of choice for injury data collection and has become the basis for a number of derivative scales in use (e.. g.. , Injury Severity Score, TRISS, ASCOT).. Over the years, the AIS has been translated into French, German, Italian, Chinese, Spanish, and Japanese.. Today.. The AIS has been continuously improved since its inception.. The current edition, AIS 2005 Update 2008, represents a five-year revision process involving hundreds of contributors in the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and numerous European countries.. The AIS 2005 Update 2008 is significant in its total restructuring of injury classifications for both upper and lower extremities, and the pelvis, body regions that are significant in nonfatal long-term impairment and disability.. The new classifications give in-depth researchers and investigators a tool to record injuries in these body regions with greater precision and detail.. for additional guidelines for correct coding using AIS 2005 Update 2008..

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  • Title: Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine
    Descriptive info: Join Our Mailing List.. Please fill out the form completely to receive the AAAM Emails.. Name:.. Email:.. Comment:..

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  • Title: AAAM 2013
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  • Title: AAAM 2012 generated by WOWSlider.com
    Descriptive info: AAAM conducts their 56th Annual Scientific Conference in Seattle, Washington.. The Student Symposium Students gathered around John Combest (Nissan), Gary Smith (program chair), and Jason Forman (program committee member).. Speakers took questions after their presentations.. Rozalina Ramli with President Brian Fildes and Jan Price.. Chris Mullen, Kristy Arbogast and Jamie Dow.. Marilyn Bull and Lorrie Walker.. Matt Maltese organized and led our first very successful mentoring event.. Student Mentoring Event.. Mentor Ulf Bjornstig provided guidance to student Meghan Howes.. Clay Gabler was another fine mentor.. Caitlin Locey appreciated his advice.. Clay Gabler and David Swedler.. Mary Pat McKay and Junaid Bhatti.. Anne McCartt and Adam Golman.. Coffee Break.. At the conclusion of the mentoring event, all participants gathered for a group photo.. Brian Fildes with keynote speaker Mark Rosekind.. The welcome reception and lunch breaks were served in the Fairmont Olympic Hotel's Garden Room.. Ulf Bjornstig, Brian Fildes and Jamie Dow.. Charlie Mock (keynote speaker) with Angela and Frank Pintar.. John Wiechel, Mary Pat McKay and Harry Smith.. Mike Scott and Adam Golman.. Elizabeth Raphael, Jarrod Carter and Debora Marth.. Chris Mullen and Pat Gillich.. Chris Mullen, Pat Gillich and Richard Frampton.. Pat Gillich and Clay Gabler.. Kristy Arbogast, Mark Sochor, Jim Funk and Mark Arndt.. Mark Sochor and Jan Price proudly display their CAISS pins.. AAAM President Brian Fildes and Scientific Program Chairman Gary Smith.. Incoming President Mary  ...   Jason Hallman, John Combest, Richard Morgan, and Douglas Longhitano, Ivan Cheung.. Emily Gu, Eric Teoh, and Schuyler St.. Lawrence.. Mike Scott and Jim Funk.. Adam Golman and Joel Stitzel.. Clay Gabler, John Wiechel, Warren Hardy, Richard Frampton and Graeme French.. Joe Marsh and Ted Miller.. Mark and Kim Arndt.. Mark Arndt, Gunda Meissner, Kim Arndt, Sharon and Joe Marsh.. Pat Dischinger, Fran Bents and Diane Smith.. Peter Baur, Greg Stephens, Elizabeth Raphael and Teresa Stephens.. Jarrod Carter and Mark Sochor.. Debora Marth, Chris Mullen, and Kristy Arbogast.. Helena Stigson and Mats Lindkvist.. Uwe Meissner, David Michalski, Jason Forman, Aileen Watchko, Joseph Ash, with Mark Meissner.. Mark Zonfrillo and Shannon Kroeker.. Ann Mallory, Elisa Braver, and Rini Sherony.. Hiro Tanji, Doug Longhitano, and Schuyler St.. Allison Daniello and Ada Tsoi.. Angela and Frank Pintar, Brian Fildes, Dennis Maiman and Narayan Yoganandan.. Jamie Dow and Ted Miller.. Sharon Chekijian, Jonathan Fu, and Federico Vaca.. Free Gallery Software by WOWSlider.. com v2.. 8.. PODCASTS FROM INTERVIEWS WITH 2012 PRESENTERS.. Click on author names' below to hear podcast interviews from our annual meeting in Seattle (October 14-17, 2012).. The presenters were interviewed by William Woods, a member of our Scientific Program Committee (thank you, Bill!):.. Listen to Ann Mallory.. Listen to Brian Fildes.. Listen to Federico Vaca.. Listen to Jason Forman.. Listen to Jonathan Fu.. Listen to James Funk.. Listen to Mark Rosekind..

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