Sports Medicine Related Documents: Dr Malcolm Read 1
- The Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at UCL
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File contains original documents related to the seminar which were provided by Dr Malcolm Read in February 2009. Documents include;
Fax dated 8 August 1994 regarding Dr Read's thoughts on the British Association of Sport and Medicine ("BASM").
Letter dated 21 December 1994 regarding sports science in Scottish universities.
Letter dated 26 may 1995 from Dr Michael Hutson to John King titled, "Sport and Exercise Medicine".
An undated paper titled, "Proposal for a Faculty in Sport and Exercise Medicine".
Copy letter from Dr Read to Dr Brindle of the Royal College of Radiologists regarding a recent Institute of Sports Management ("ISM") meeting, dated 28 November 1997.
An undated paper by Dr Read titled, "A Discussion Document to Consider the Role of the ISM and the Progression of Sports Medicine as a Career Subject".
A discussion document prepared by Dr Tom Crisp titled, "Training Posts in Sports Medicine".
A copy of the staement made in parliament by Ian Sproat about the future of the Sports Council of Great Britain dated 8 July 1994.
A paper dated March 1994 titled, "Relationship Between the British Association for Accident and Emergency Medicine and the Faculty of Accident and Emergency Medicine", written by the Presidents of each group.
A paper written by Dr Read in January 1995 titled, "An Introductory Discussion Document on the Sports Medicine/B.I.M.M. Relationship".
Four letters from 1990, primarily between Dr Read and J.E. Goldsworthy (Chief Executive of King Edward Vii Hospital), relating to the setting up of a sports injury clinic at the hospital.
Series of letters and papers, between a variety of correspondents, written between 1994 and 1998 regarding "Building the Faculty" and the structure of the BASM.
Series of letters and papers, between a variety of correspondents, written between 1994 and 1995 regarding diplomates and ideas for a faculty.
Series of letters and papers between a variety of correspondents, primarily between Dr Read and insurance groups, written between 1971 and 1999 regarding the fight for recognition of sports medicine practioners, specifically Dr Read, by private insurance companies.