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Diving Doctor's Diary
Leverment J, Wolfers D, Kertesz T.  Isolated inner ear decompression illness following a nitrogen/oxygen dive: the difficulty in differentiating inner ear decompression illness and inner ear barotrauma. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33(1):2-5.
SPUMS Annual Scientific Meeting 2002

Taylor David McD. Scuba diving in remote locations: Antarctica. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33(1):6-10.

Batchelor T. Malaria and the traveller. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33(1):11-18.

Bowen C. Melanesian Hyperbaric Services: the past, present and future. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33(1):19-21.

Williams G. Travel medicine: a personal view on medical equipment for a peripatetic diving doctor. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33(1):22-24.

SPUMS 2002 Workshop

Acott CJ. Recreational scuba diving equipment problems, morbidity and mortality: an overview of the Diving Incident Monitoring Study and Project Stickybeak. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33(1):25-30.

Goble S, Acott CJ. Regulator incidents: 52 incidents from the Diving Incident Monitoring Study. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33(1):30-34.

Knight J, Acott CJ. Depth gauges, contents gauges and miscellaneous equipment problems reported in the Diving Incident Monitoring Study. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33(1):34-37.

Williams G, Acott CJ. Exposure suits: a review of thermal protection for the recreational diver. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33(1):37-40.

The world as it is 
Edmonds C. Diving medicine through a corrected-lens face mask. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33(1):41-45. 
Davis M, Williams R. Decompression illness in a tropical resort. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33(1):46-48.
Letters to the Editor
Neff S. Should there be a standardised formal examination process in diving and hyperbaric medicine as part of the SPUMS Diploma? SPUMS Journal. 2003;33(1):53.
Doolette D. Should there be a standardised formal examination process in diving and hyperbaric medicine as part of the SPUMS Diploma? Reply. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33(1):53.

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