CIREN – Crash Injury Research and Engineering Network: Crash Analysis (LIVE)
June 22 @ 14:00 - 15:00
(LIVE) Instructed by: Mark Scarborough, Shock Trauma
The CIREN process combines prospective data collection with professional multidisciplinary analysis of medical and engineering evidence to determine injury causation in every crash investigation conducted. The mission of the CIREN is to improve the prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of motor vehicle crash injuries to reduce deaths, disabilities, and human and economic costs. The current CIREN model utilizes two types of centers, medical and engineering. Medical centers are based at level one trauma centers that admit large numbers of people injured in motor vehicle crashes, such as R. Adams Cowley at the University of Maryland.
Classes / dates & times are subject to change, if necessary.