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Medical response at Formula 1: Insider

Posted by Matthew Mac Partlin on Wednesday, May 21, 2014, In : Musings and opinion 

For anyone who doesn't already know, Dr Gary Hartstein, the previous FIA Medical Rescue Co-ordinator who rode shotgun with Alan van der Merwe in the Mercedes AMG C63 station wagon at the back of the grid for each F1 start, has moved on from mere tweeting and now writes his own blog, A Former F1 Doc Writes.

More recently, he has started a series of posts on how a medical response to a racing incident is articulated. The posts give an insight into how the process is managed at the very highest l...

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Medicine in Motor Sport, the movie (well ... the textbook, to start with)

Posted by Matthew Mac Partlin on Thursday, January 16, 2014, In : Musings and opinion 
Posted by Matthew Mac Partlin on Thursday, June 30, 2011

Anyone who has visited the FIA or FIA Institute websites in the last 3 months, or has read the most recent edition of the ASMMR Newsletter will be aware that the FIA have published the Gary Hartstein edited textbook  "Medicine in Motor Sport". You can read it online on the FIA Institute website or buy it for your e-reader from Amazon at I'm planning on putting aside some time to leaf through it over the next...
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