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LTC podcast 3; 25 Years between, through and over the hedges of Ireland

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Authors: Fred MacSorley, Dave McCreary / Codes: CMP3, HAP26, HMP3 / Published: 06/02/2015

In this podcast I had the chance to interview Dr. Macsorley MBE, a GP with over 25 years experience in Pre-hospital & Motorsport Medicine who gave the keynote speech at the motorsport medicine breakaway session and took the time to speak to me afterwards.

This was a captivating talk from a man who has seen first hand the effect of the development of organised trauma and pre-hospital care, whilst still having an absolute love for his day job as a GP. Take home messages from here include how important a job the volunteer doctors are doing at motorsport events by regularly saving lives at the road-side, but also how important it is to enjoy your work and have a strong support network at home; in Freds case his wife and kids for whom he is very thankful.

Remember to follow the conference on twitter @LDNtrauma and myself @dmccreary85 & @FOAMedNW for questions or comments.

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1 Comments

  1. sivas5935 says:

    It is interesting to know the revolutionary path of prehospital care

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