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The Road traffic Injuries Research Network (RTIRN) is a partnership of over 1104 (up May 2014) individuals and institutions - from 115 countries that collaborate to further research on the impact and causes of Road Traffic Injuries (RTIs) in low- and middle-income countries and to identify appropriate interventions to the problem.

OUR VISION: To reduce the burden of road traffic injuries, particularly in low- and middle-income countries through the promotion, conduct and utilization of research.

OUR GOAL: To establish networking mechanisms and assist in the creation of partnerships between RTI researchers and institutions globally, to support research and research capacity in low- and middle-income countries.

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RTIRN FIFTH WEBINAR
On June 17th of 2013–(CST Mexico Time) the fifth webinar entitled “Youth for Road Safety: Engaging hearts, minds and evidence
[ More info | Programme ]

 
 

Multi Country Study Protocol and Instruments available
As you all know we recently publish the result of the RTIRN´s Multi Country Study The use of non-standard motorcycle helmets in low- and middle-income countries: a multicentre study” on the Injury Prevention Journal. Now you have access to the protocol of the MCS and the instruments employed [Details] [ More info | Programme ]

 
 

RTIRN Workshop
On Feb 26th of 2013–The two day workshop took place in the city of Curitiba, Brazil. Details [Details] [ More info | Programme ]

 
  RTIRN Senior Researchers Report
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  RTIRN Juniors Researchers Report
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Opportunities with RTIRN
In the pursuit of developing research capacity in low- and middle- income countries, RTIRN has a number of projects that will soon be underway, with support from the World Bank Global Road Safety Facility... [Details]

 
 


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