Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Air Medical Today™ Episode 23 - September 29, 2010 EPNetwork

Episode 23 - An Interview of Doctor David M. Lam, Adjunct Associate Professor at the Center for Trauma and Anesthesiology Research at the University of Maryland School of Medicine who Talks about His 30 Years of Research on the History of Air Medicine.  There are also Interviews of Dawn Mancuso and Jonathan Godfrey on the AMTC and Vision Zero in the First Response Section.


David M. Lam, M.D., M.P.H.

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First Response Interviews of Dawn Mancuso and Jonathan Godfrey regarding the 2010 Air Medical Transport Conference and Vision Zero Activities.

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Interview of Doctor David M. Lam, Adjunct Associate Professor at the Center for Trauma and Anesthesiology Research at the University of Maryland School of Medicine who Talks about His 30 Years of Research on the History of Air Medicine


University of Maryland School of Medicine Center for Trauma and Anesthesiology Research
U.S. Army Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center

Dr. Lam's Publications on the History of Air Medicine:

Aeromedical Evacuation, A Handbook For Physicians, Army Aeromedical Center, Fort Rucker, Alabama; August 1980.

"From Balloon to Black Hawk, Part I: The Origins"; Army Aviation Digest, 27(6): 41-48, June 1981.

"From Balloon to Black Hawk, Part II: World War II"; Army Aviation Digest, 27(7): 44-48, July 1981.

"From Balloon to Black Hawk, Part III: Korea"; Army Aviation Digest, 27(8): 44-48, August 1981.

"From Balloon to Black Hawk, Part IV: Vietnam"; Army Aviation Digest, 27(9): 45-48, September 1981.

"Air Evacuation" In Emergency Medicine Annual, 1982, pp. 163-176.

Alaska MEDEVAC Escort Training Project - on Writing and Editorial Boards for four manuals - 1984.

"To Pop A Balloon -- Air Evacuation During The Siege of Paris, 1870"; Aviation, Space, & Environmental Medicine, 59(10): 988-991, October 1988.

"Wings of Life and Hope--a History of Aeromedical Evacuation"; Problems in Critical Care, 4(4): 477-494, December 1990.

"The Zed Expedition" (Letter to Editor); Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 83 (12): 811, Dec 1990.

"General Armstrong's Monuments" (With Warner D. Farr); Aviation, Space, & Environmental Medicine, 62(11): 1103-1106, Nov 1991.

"Kelly's Hospital Ship"; Aviation, Space, & Environmental Medicine, 63(12): 1115-1117, December 1992.

“Medical Evacuation, History and Development—The Future in the Multinational Environment”, in The Impact of NATO/Multinational Military Missions on Health Care Management (RTO-MP-068, AC/323(HFM-051)TP/35): 19-1 – 19-7, NATO Research and Technology Organisation, Paris, France, May 2001.

"Marie Marvingt and the Development of Aeromedical Evacuation", Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, 74:863-868, August 2003.

"Aviation Medicine".  Chapter in “Military Preventive Medicine: Mobilization and Deployment, Volume I”, part of the U.S. Army "Textbook Of Military Medicine (TMM)" series.  Bethesda, Maryland 2003.

“Marie Marvingt et le Développement des Evacuations Aériennes Sanitaires”, Médecine Aéronautique et Spatiale, 45(6):5-11, 2nd Trimestre 2004.

“The Aerochir: The First ‘Flying Hospital’”, Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine, 76:1174-1179, 2005.


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