Experts Discuss Ways To Reduce Road Traffic Crashes, Injuries, Deaths At Global Health Forum

BMJ Opinion: Richard Smith: Reducing global road traffic crashes and injuries
Richard Smith, former editor of The BMJ, highlights a recent global health forum at St. Mary’s Medical School addressing global road traffic crash prevention and response. Smith summarizes remarks by Seema Yalamanchili, clinical research fellow and trauma surgeon at Imperial College; Mark Wilson, clinical professor and consultant neurosurgeon at Imperial College and medical director of GoodSAM; and Donald Redelmeier, senior scientist for the Evaluative Clinical Sciences, Trauma, Emergency, and Critical Care Research Program at Sunnybrook Research Institute (7/6).

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