Thank you for visiting the Hudson Center for Prenatal Vehicle Safety. An online resource center where you can find everything you need to help protect pregnant drivers and passengers out on the road.
Please visit our How to Wear Your Seat Belt page for instructions on how to buckle up and adjust your seat while pregnant. We also have a page of frequently asked questions and information on other modes of travel.
If you have other questions or would like more information please reach out to us on the Contact Us page and we will be in touch.
Please visit our Educational Resources page. Downloadable versions of all of our educational tools are available for your use. On our Research Articles page you will find links to a variety of articles on prenatal vehicle safety.
If there is anything else we can do to support your work, let us know on the Contact Us page and we will do whatever we can to help.
The Hudson Center for Prenatal Vehicle Safety is named in honor of Dr. Margaret Hudson. Dr. Hudson was a public health physician who served in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She had a passion for ensuring that adolescent pregnant patients received high quality prenatal care. The Margaret Hudson Program was named in her honor and ran from 1968 to 2017, helping thousands of patients in the process. The Hudson Center for Prenatal Vehicle Safety took on the name to continue to honor her passion for prenatal care and the philanthropic contributions of the entire Hudson family.
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