RTIRN seeking contributions: NGO's and RTI

RTIRN seeking contributions: NGO's and RTI

The Road traffic Injuries Research Network (RTIRN) is a partnership of over 1083 individuals and institutions from 113 countries. They are now starting the process of putting together their July-September Newsletter dedicated to “NGO’s and RTI” and they are seeking contributions.

The Road traffic Injuries Research Network (RTIRN) is a partnership of over 1083 (up to December, 2013) individuals and institutions - from 113 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. YOURS received the following request from the RTIRN secretariat that might be of interest for you:


Dear Partners,

We are now starting the process of putting together our July-September Newsletter dedicated to “NGO’s and RTI” and we are seeking contributions from our partners. 
In this upcoming issue we are focusing on contributions from our researchers from all regions. Please send your contributions about:

  • Your work in the area of NGO’s and RTI preferably in low and middle income countries.
  • Any new initiatives that are being taken in your region towards NGO’s and RTI
  • Health system response to NGO’s and RTI.


It has only to be a paragraph (300 – 350 words) or so, and the inclusion of pictures would be highly appreciated. The deadline for submitting the contributions is June 10th. 

We shall also appreciate if you send us any recent publications related to road traffic injuries and any future events that you think would be of the interest of the RTIRN community. Be sure your contribution is sent on time.

Hope to hear from you soon!

Best wishes,
RTIRN Secretary
secretariat@rtirn.net

 

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

RTIRN 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."


 

Links

RTIRN web site