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Second World Conference on Injury Control

CDC and 12 public and private organizations will cosponsor the Second World Conference on Injury Control during May 20-23, 1993, in Atlanta. The theme of the conference is "Injury Control -- What Works." The conference will address such issues as transport injury, occupational injury, home and leisure injury, intentional injury, and acute-care and rehabilitation systems. Sessions will highlight the injury prevention and control needs of children and the elderly, the development of safe communities, and injuries among persons living in developing countries.

Additional information about the conference is available from the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine, 2340 Des Plaines Avenue, Suite 106, Des Plaines, IL 60018; telephone (708) 390-8927; fax (708) 390-9962.

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