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- Official Report. West Sussex Constabulary, 1967
- Accidents, Emergencies and Ambulances: A Survey in Portsmouth.Br. med. J. 1968; 1: 369
- Surgical Philosophy in Mass Casualty Management.Thomas, Springfield, Ill.1960
- Crash Doctor.Wld Med. 1969; 15 (July 1969): 18
- Organisation and Function of an Accident Flying Squad.Br. med. J. 1966; 2: 578
- Management of Human Behaviour in Disaster.Department of National Health and Welfare, 1968
- Letters. vol. 2. Chapman & Hall, London1880: 229
Easton, K. C. (1969–70), personal communications.
- Dealing with Disaster.Lancet. 1958; 2: 735
- Disaster Handbook.Springer, New York1964
- (Series Chirurgica, Geigy, No. 5)Road Accidents.1965
- (M-3288)The Heidelberg Scheme.in: Rescue on the Road (International Symposium on Road Accident After-care). Documenta Geigy, 1969
- Report. S.E. Metropolitan Regional Hospital Board, 1968
- Planning for Major Civil Disasters.Med. J. Aust. 1966; 2: 618
- Preliminary Management of Traffic Casualties.Am. J. Surg. 1959; 98: 539
- Preface (unpublished) to the film Disaster.1964
- (Circular to Regional Hospital Boards, H.M. (54) 51)Medical Arrangements for dealing with Major Accidents.1954
- Changes in Disaster Medicine.Penn. med. J. 1968; 71: 90
- The Rationale and Principles of Planning for Disasters.Surgery Gynec. Obstet. 1959; 108: 488
- Management of Mass Casualties—Report of a Local Disaster.N. Carol. med. J. 1965; 26: 387
Major Disaster Plans. Scottish Home and Health Department.
- The Hither Green Derailment: Some Personal Interviews.An Unofficial Report and Commentary. 1967;
Police Major Accident Plans. Sussex, Mid-Anglia, Warwickshire, and Rugby.
Regional Hospital Board and Hospital Group Plans. London, S.E. Metropolitan, N. Ireland, Birmingham, and Coventry.
⋆A major accident has been defined as one (a) in which the number of ‘live’ casualties to be handled was estimated to be in excess of 50–60, and/or (b) which would necessitate the despatch of one or more mobile medical teams to the scene of the accident, and/or (c) in which more than one of the ‘listed’ hospitals were likely to be involved in handling disaster casualties. (South-East Metropolitan Regional Hospital Board, inter alia.)