Traffic crashes during pregnancy can lead to cerebral palsy during infancy

A recent publication from ITMA's Regional Director in North America, Dr. Donald Redelmeier assessed the incidence of cerebral palsy among children born to mothers who had their pregnancy complicated by a motor vehicle crash through a retrospective longitudinal cohort analysis. Results highlight a specific role for traffic safety advice in in prenatal care. 

Click to see the full length paper: "Motor vehicle crashes during pregnancy and ceberal palsy during infancy: a longitudinal cohort analysis". 


Save Your Date for ITMA's 25th World Congress in Beijing, China

Dear ITMA members, friends and all traffic medicine professionals around the world,

We are glad to officially inform you that our 25th ITMA world congress will be held in Beijing, China in September 24th to 26th, 2016. Please save your date for this impressive trip to Beijing.More details about the congress can be discovered in the congress website below.

Your participation and contribution to ITMA will help us to make this world better and safer.Looking forward to seeing you in Beijing!

ITMA Board of Directors

Beijing Congress

The International Traffic and Medicine Association