The Advances in Child Injury Prevention Conference will look at the latest research in traffic safety for children and teens
The Center for Child Injury Prevention Studies is holding it’s annual conference on November 19 and 20 in Plymouth, Michigan. During this conference experts from various fields will discuss how to prevent children and teens from being injured on the road.
Subjects discussed this year will include: distracted driving, interaction of side airbags for children in Child Restraint System (CRS) in the back seat, evaluation of side impact for children in CRS in the front seat, optimal recline angle for rear facing CRS and Consumer Report’s new child seat test protocol, efficiency of CRS recalls, LATCH use, Top Tether use, misuse and side impact, accident reconstruction and relation between New Car Assessment Programm (NCAP) and real world injuries.
You can visit the CChIPS website for more details, or click here to register.