Dr Mark Brandenburg
Doctor Brandenburg has inspected all BABYBJÖRN products and is always consulted when new products are under development.
"Many great achievements in the prevention of infant and toddler injuries have resulted when the business community acknowledged and followed the advances made by medical and public health researchers. In the 21st-century, we enjoy unprecedented scientific understanding; it is incumbent upon manufacturers around the world to continue the study of injury prevention and strive to provide the safest possible products and services for our children.
BabyBjorn is one such company that places customer safety at the forefront of product design and manufacturing. For several years now, I have worked with and observed the executives at BabyBjorn as they carefully, and with great consideration for safety, make design decisions and modifications in their quest for the safest possible baby carriers, portable cribs, highchairs, and other such wonderful products.
As an emergency physician with a long history of working on pediatric trauma & injury prevention issues, I am proud to have a working relationship with the fine people at BabyBjorn. BABYBJÖRN Cradle Harmony, the newest in a long line of internationally successful baby products, is being launched this year. Congratulations to BabyBjorn on yet another wonderful baby product! "
Dr Mark Brandenburg
Mark Brandenburg, M.D, FACEP
Injury Prevention Expert
Author of, CHILD SAFE: A Practical Guide for Preventing Childhood Injuries.
Mark Brandenburg, M.D. is a practicing emergency physician and internationally recognized authority on infant and child injury prevention. Dr. Brandenburg is the ER medical director at Bristow Medical Center, in Oklahoma, and medical director of EMS education at Tulsa Technology Center.
He has practiced emergency medicine and conducted research in pediatric trauma and injury prevention for 20 years. Dr. Brandenburg has authored over 25 peer-reviewed medical publications and two medical textbook chapters. His injury prevention and pediatric disaster research has been published internationally in medical journals. He has numerous teaching, research and public service awards.