Registration for Law Enforcement / Accident Reconstruction

2022 Crash Biomechanics Conference

Join us to learn more about motor vehicle collision trauma:

  • IDENTIFY - Help determine causation of injury & mechanism to scientifically support causation opinion.
  • DIAGNOSE – Help you to diagnose specific tissue injuries that occur during a collision.
  • TREAT - Help with patient management and managing patient care.
  • UNDERSTAND THE INJURY – Biomechanics all begins with understanding the injury mechanism.

Dates

Thursday, May 19, 2022 to Saturday, May 21, 2022

Location

New Orleans MarriottView Map

Fees

Government Employee Price: $349

Agenda

CONFERENCE- LAW ENFORCEMENT/ACCIDENT RECONSTRUCTION

Thursday, May 19th 8:30am-5pm @ New Orleans Marriott

Topics and Speakers

Greg Sullenberger - Occupant Kinematics(occupant positions)

TJ Tennent - Tire failures in crash investigation

Dr. David Barczyk - low speed crashes/vehicle dynamics

Crashes 

Friday, May 20th 8am-5pm @ NOLA Motorsports Park

Full day of crash test with and without human volunteers (low speed and high speed)

Conference- Law Enforcement/Accident Reconstruction

Saturday, May 21 st 8:30am -12:30pm @ New Orleans Marriott

Topics and Speakers

Joshua Guthrie - Video Analysis for Speed, Etc.

Narayan Yogandan, PhD - Biomechanics

Hotels

For Physicians
New Orleans Marriott on Canal (555 Canal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130 )
$246 per night

For Law Enforcement / Accident Reconstruction
Courtyard by Marriott New Orleans Metairie (2 Galleria Blvd, Metairie, LA 70001)
$152 per night

Transportation

Friday
Provided from both hotels to NOLA Motorsports Park.

Saturday
Provided from Courtyard by New Orleans Marriott.

Continuing Education Credits

This event will give you 15 hours continuing education hours. (21 hours total)

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CrashCon22

Crash Biomechanics Conference

Lectures + Workshop + Live Crash

IN NEW oRLEANS, LA - MAY 19-22, 2022

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