Sports Medicine Related Documents: Dan Tunstall Pedoe
- 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 Dan Tunstall Pedoe. Documents include;
E-mail from Dan Tunstall Pedoe, 24 June 2009, setting out his dealings with the Sports Council from 1989 to 1991and his account of the setting up of the National Sports Medicine Institute ("NSMI").
Copy of the article, Dan Tunstall Pedoe, "Sports Medicine: Not a Suitable Discipline for the Charterhouse Site!", Bart's Journal, pp.20-22, December 1989.
Colour scan on photgraphic paper of two London Sports Medicine Institute ("LSMI") logos, c.1987.
Memorandum and Articles of Association of London Sports Medicine Institute (company number 1960497).
Photograph of H.R.H. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, presenting Dr Dan Tunstall Pedoe with the Fellowship of the Insitute of Sports Medicine ("ISM"). Undated (photographer, Terry Chambers, negative no. 4379/13).
The Society of Apothecaries of London, "Regulations and Syllabus Relating to the Diploma in Sports Medicine", 1989.
Copy of the obituary of Dr John G.P. Williams who died 18 July 1995, written by Dr Dan Tunstall Pedoe and published in British Journal of Sports Medicine, vol.29 no.4, pp.220-222, 1995.
Letter from C. Panahy, lecture in surgery, London Hospital Medical College, to Dr Dan Tunstall Pedoe, dated 9 February 1983 and response dated 9 February 1983 together with a list of the doctors who were attending the diploma course in sports medicine.
List of the 199 lectures given at the LSMI from 11 December 1986 to 17 June 1993.
Copy of letter from Dr Dan Tunstall Pedoe to the Dean of St Bartholomew's Medical College regarding the LSMI dated 19 October 1989.
Copy of article titled "£650,000 Boost for Medicine in Sport", London Standard, 19 December 1985.
Copy of Dr Dan Tunstall Pedoe, "BASM AGM Chairman's Message" titled, "BASM and NSMI", dated 1992.
Visitor's book for the LSMI from 29 January 1987 until 3 February 1992, including the Minister of Sport's visit 1 December 1987.