International Traffic Medicine Association (ITMA)
Association internationale de médecine du trafic
Asociación Internacional de Medicina del Trafico
International Gesellschaft für Verkehrsmedizin
Associazione Internazionale di Medicina del Traffico
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1960, San Remo (Italy), as International Association for Accident and Traffic Medicine (IAATM) -- Association internationale de médecine des accidents et du trafic -- Asociación Internacional de Medicina de Accidentes y del Trafico -- Internationale Gesellschaft für Unfall- und Verkehrsmedizin -- Associazione Internazionale di Medicina degli Infortuni e del Traffico, at 1st meeting of Italian national association. Constitution confirmed, 1963, Rome (Italy), at first Congress of IAATM. New name adopted, Sep 2000.
Promote and develop the study of traffic medicine; promote and maintain contact with governments, supra-national and national organizations concerned with medicine-related traffic problems; sponsor efforts to unify and harmonize all legal aspects of medicine-related traffic problems; ensure diffusion of the results of studies carried out; support and develop mechanisms for prevention of traffic crashes and enhancement of safe mobility; educate concerning medical aspects of traffic safety.Available with paid subscription only.
Organizes world congress.
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Members in 25 countries
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